When he's not feeling offended (in an attempt to fit into 2018), Mo Lightning helps Gregg the Sound Guy talk WWE SummerSlam, the Shield reunion from Raw, the O.G.  Shield from the Attitude Era, and they preview the autographs to be given away at our upcoming panel at Wizard World Chicago.

LISTEN NOW - - Or we'll make you shake Orton's hand.
Program runs 1 hour, 10 minutes.

Mo & Gregg reflect on the recent losses of Nikolai Volkoff & "Grandmaster Sexay" Brian Christopher, question the approach of All-In's Starrcast, preview WWE Evolution, MORE.

LISTEN NOW - - Or Gregg will keep confusing what day his favorite show debuts.
Program runs 44 minutes

This week, WWE Raw scored it's lowest ratings EVER. Mo Lightning & Gregg the Sound Guy argue if ratings truly matter in the digital age, share some very interesting facts about the 1997 Royal Rumble, debate Brock Lesnar's UFC future, imagine what it's like following The Rock, much more!

LISTEN NOW - - - So Mo doesn't continue letting Gregg slack off.
Program runs 56 minutes

Yes. Gregg the Sound Guy really did compare Ronda Rousey to former WWE gimmick Festus. He says it was a joke.. but was it really? Mo challenges him on this, they briefly review WWE Money in the Bank, review Real1/Enzo's rap videos, and come up with a new idea for The Purge?

LISTEN NOW - - Gregg's crazy speak happens pretty early in the show.
Program runs 45 minutes.

Mo & Gregg get side-tracked easily, but they really fall off the cliff planning their road trip to Scott Steiner's Shoney's restaurant. Before it went off the rails, your hosts reacted to the news of WWE Smackdown moving to Fox, Enzo being cleared of all charges, the Big Show squashing rumors, All-In streaming and more!

LISTEN NOW - - This free program of breakfast buffet talk lasts 58 min.

Chicago's upcoming All-In event sold out in less than 30 minutes! Mo & Gregg talk the recent news & rumors coming out of their press conference, look back on the 1993 Royal Rumble, explain why WWE would put Ronda Rousey in the Women's title picture, MORE!

LISTEN NOW - This program lasts longer than All-In ticket sales did by about 20 minutes.