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The MMA Report Live: August 19th Edition

The MMA Report Live is back and during this weeks show, Jason Floyd discusses the latest news in the sport including the recent interview done by Bellator President Scott Coker. During the show, Bellator announced the release of Eddie Alvarez and Jason gave his thoughts on the move.

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Monday Night RAW Recap ~ E. Byrnside (08/18/14)

August 18, 2014

Las Vegas, NV

Daniel Bryan’s music hits! But Stephanie McMahon walks out instead. She says she has to thank the crowd for chanting her name when she came out. She loves hearing, “Steph! Steph! Steph!” She says Summerslam was one of the most epic pay per views in recent history. She says some have said Summerslam was even better than Wrestlemania. One of the reasons was because we crowned a new WWE World Heavyweight Champion, and tonight, The Authority will be presenting the new belt to Brock Lesnar. She wishes John Cena a fast recovery after such a brutal beat down. She says Chris Jericho also had to recover from a lesson in humility as he lost to Bray Wyatt. Dean Ambrose learned that Seth Rollins was really the one that made The Shield. But by far, the biggest loser of the night was Brie Bella. Brie learned you don’t mess with The Authority because The Authority always wins. She wants to thank Triple H for being faithful and being her rock, unlike Daniel Bryan. She says Bryan cheated on Brie because he found out who she really is. Deep down all she really cares about is herself.

Stephanie brings out Nikki Bella. Stephanie says she wants Nikki’s point of view. Nikki says it was supposed to be the Bella Twins against the world, but it’s never been that way. She’s always cared for and loved her sister. Brie’s always been selfish and manipulative, even when they were kids. She says she won by not getting marrying first because Brie is stuck with that scraggly goat face, Daniel Bryan. She says she’s heartbroken and starts to tear up. But now she’s standing tall on her own two feet. She could say she’s lost her sister… but she’s never really had one. She says she’s now free, and it feels damn good.

Brie Bella comes out. She wants to know why Nikki is doing this. She says Nikki has destroyed their family and she doesn’t know why. She says she can forgive Nikki, and Nikki slaps her across the face! She says she’ll never forgive Brie. Brie leaves the ring, crying.

Big Show and Mark Henry vs. Erick Rowan and Luke Harper

Henry will start this off with Rowan. Rowan unloads on Henry, but Henry fends him off and backs him into the corner. Rowan gets an elbow up, but runs into a clothesline. Harper tags in and Henry nails him with a big boot. Big Show tags in and chops Harper across the chest. Big Show lays in a big head butt and unloads on Harper in the neutral corner. Show scoops up Harper easily and slams him. Big Show delivers another head butt, and Harper retreats to the corner. Harper tries to hit Big Show, but it just makes the giant angry. Big Show unloads on Harper in the corner. Harper gains a quick advantage and backs Big Show into his corner. Big Show fights off Harper and Rowan, sending them both to the floor as we head to commercial.

Back from break, and Harper rolls to the floor. Big show pulls Harper up the apron by his head, but Harper drops Show throat-first across the top rope. Back inside, and Big Show crushes Harper in the corner. Rowan tries to get involved but backs off and, Harper nails Big Show with a dropkick, sending Big Show to the floor. Rowan tags in and drops down to the floor for a running boot to Big Show’s face. Rowan rolls Big Show back into the ring and tries a cover. Big Show kicks out and Rowan continues to attack. Big Show falls into the enemy corner, and Harper makes a tag. Show finds an opening, and they start trading blows. Harper hits a pair of uppercuts, sending Big Show back into the corner. Rowan tags back in and they utilize a double team. Harper nails Show with a thrust kick for 2. Harper slaps on the Gator Roll and rolls into a side headlock.

The crowd rallies behind Big Show and he manages a suplex to Harper, and both men are down. Rowan tags in and clotheslines Big Show, taking him off his feet. Rowan takes his time and allows Big Show to make it back to his feet. Rowan picks up Big Show for a slam and a near-fall. Rowan allows Show to get back to his feet again, but this time Show manages a DDT. Show finally makes the tag to Henry. Henry comes in and cleans house on Rowan. Luke Harper takes out Big Show on the outside as Henry splashes Rowan in the corner. Henry scoops up Rowan for a World’s Strongest Slam, but Harper runs in and kicks Henry in the face with a big boot. Harper and Rowan look for the double team, but here comes Big Show with a pair of KO Punches. Henry hits Rowan with a World’s Strongest Slam and gets the win.

WINNERS: Big Show and Mark Henry

Backstage, Ric Flair is with Dolph Ziggler. He says he’s on a roll when Miz walks in. Really? He says Dolph shouldn’t get too comfortable wearing the championship because he isn’t worthy of wearing it. Tonight, the belt comes back home to an A-lister, a multimedia superstar, the Miz. Dolph says he’s not an A-lister, just an A-hole. Flair laughs and woos as Miz walks away.

Renee Young is backstage with Seth Rollins. He says it feels good to have beaten Dean Ambrose. He did what he said he would. He didn’t run or hide. He proved that, not only is he the future WWE World Champion, but he’s the future of the entire WWE. Someone drenches him with a bucket of water from behind. Rollins turns around, and it’s Dean Ambrose. Ambrose looks surprised and says it was for charity. He throws the bucket in Rollins’s face. They start brawling and have to be separated.

Rollins confronts Triple H. He says Ambrose needs to be stopped. Triple H says Rollins will get a rematch tonight, but it won’t be a Lumberjack match. He says the problem is people like Ambrose because he’s wild and crazy. So he’s going to let the WWE Universe decide the stipulation, that way the blood will be on their hands and not their own.

Natalya vs. Paige

Paige gets on the mic and says she loves and respects AJ. She’s dedicating this match to AJ. The bell sounds. They tie up. Paige with a quick go-behind and a waist lock. Paige kind of blows in Natalya’s ear, and Nattie takes it personally. Natalya takes Paige down with a fireman’s carry. She tries a jackknife pin, and Paige has to bridge out. Natalya tries a backside, but Paige nails her in the back of the head. Paige mounts Nattie and pulls her hair and hits her with headbutts. AJ’s music hits and she skips out to the ring. Paige gets distracted long enough for Natalya to roll up Paige for the 3-count.

WINNER: Natalya

AJ grabs a mic. She just wanted to say that, despite everything, she loves and respects Paige. She dedicates her life to Paige. She says she needs to shake Paige’s hand right now. She slides into the ring, but Paige bails out and retreats up the ramp with her title.

The Authority makes their way to the ring. Triple H says it’s an historic night tonight. Last night might’ve been the greatest Summerslam in the history of the WWE. His wife returned to the ring and was victorious after ten years. But also because of a WWE Championship match of epic proportions, a match that will go down in history. They’re proud to unveil the new WWE World Heavyweight Championship that will lead them into the future.

Brock Lesnar makes his way down to the ring with Paul Heyman. Triple H and Brock shake hands and they take a time out for a photo op. The Authority leaves, and Paul Heyman takes the microphone. He says his client didn’t just beat or victimize, but he conquered the titleholder. He is the advocate for the reigning and defending WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Brock Lesnar. He clarifies that John Cena is not here tonight. He says Cena would be here if he could, but he can’t physically appear due to Brock Lesnar. Heyman’s been in the industry since he was 14 years old. He’s never seen a Superstar take an ass kicking that John Cena took last night courtesy of Brock Lesnar. Not just any Superstar, a top superstar. Not just a top superstar, the top superstar. The Rock’s run on top lasted 3 years. Stone Cold Steve Austin’s run on top lasted 4 years. There’s been one man at the top of WWE for the last 10 years, and that man is John Cena. Any man after 30 seconds last night would’ve given up, but not John Cena. He says he could never understand why so many people love John Cena so much, but now he understands: John Cena took a tremendous beating and he came back for me. He says Cena’s earned his respect. If he had time, he might even make Cena a Paul Heyman guy. In Brock Lesnar’s world, he who dies with the most street cred still dies. Anyone who tries to defeat Lesnar and take his title awaits the same fate as The Undertaker and John Cena. The Beast will lay wreckage to any man who tries to beat him. Brock Lesnar imposed his will on John Cena. Eat. Sleep. Suplex. Repeat. Suplex. Repeat. Suplex. Repeat. Suplex Repeat… Eat. Sleep. Conquer John Cena. Repeat.

Intercontinental Championship Match:

Dolph Ziggler © vs. Miz

They go back and forth, trading offense. Ziggler leapfrogs Miz and comes down awkwardly on his knee. Miz takes advantage by dropkicking Ziggler in the knee and ramming the injured knee across the ring post before we head to commercial.

Back from break, and Ziggler tries a sunset flip and a backslide. Ziggler hits a big DDT for 2. Ziggler tries a kick, but Miz catches his boot and slaps on a Figure-Four. Ziggler has to crawl to the ropes for the referee to break the hold. Dolph rolls out to the floor. Miz tries to give chase, but Dolph trips him up off the apron. Ziggler keeps attacking Miz from the apron. Ziggler hits a superkick that knocks Miz off his feet, but Ziggler falls to the floor and the referee calls for a count out.

WINNER: The Miz via Countout

After the match, Miz goes to the outside and attacks Ziggler, ramming him into the announce table and the ring apron. He rolls Ziggler back inside, but Ziggler catches Miz with a Zig-Zag.

Backstage, Renee Young is with Jack Swagger. She wants to know how he feels after last night. He says it was the opportunity of a lifetime to defend the country he loves. He failed. But what makes America the greatest country on Earth: when things get hard, we come together. When the world’s turned upside down and times are tough, we unite and get tough. He’s not giving up. He’s picking himself up and coming out swinging because that’s “we the people.”

Jack Swagger vs. Cesaro

Cesaro takes a quick shot at Swagger’s injured ribs. Swagger catches Cesaro and unloads on him in the corner. Swagger charges the corner, but Cesaro moves out of the way. Cesaro lifts up Swagger for a gutwrench suplex. Cesaro applies an abdominal stretch and continues to attack Swagger’s ribs. Swagger manages a hip toss and charges Cesaro again. Cesaro gets a knee up and takes Swagger down before landing the double stomp for 2. Cesaro applies a seated abdominal stretch, and Swagger has to battle to his feet. Swagger gets a boot up as Cesaro comes out of the corner. Swagger hits a Swagger Bomb for 2. Cesaro tries a vertical suplex, but Swagger blocks it. Cesaro continues to work over Swagger’s ribs and drops him on the top rope. Swagger gets a couple of right hands in, but Cesaro goes back to the injured ribs and rams Swagger into the top turnbuckle. Cesaro takes off running and tries a big boot. Swagger catches him and puts him in the Patriot Lock, but the ref has to break the hold due to being in the ropes. Back inside, and Swagger gets the Patriot Lock in one more time, but Cesaro makes it to the ropes again. Cesaro gets a thumb in Swagger’s eye and wins it with a Neutralizer.

WINNER: Cesaro

Bo Dallas comes out! He says three hundred and eighteen million Americans were let down at Summerslam when Swagger lost to Rusev in the flag match. He says Swagger’s lost again tonight. He’s lost his manager and he’s lost his self-respect. He’s lost his dignity, but he can get it all back if he just BO-Lieves!

Renee Young is with Chris Jericho. He says he realized that after facing dozens of Hall of Famers, he’s never faced anyone like Bray Wyatt. But he also noticed that there was emptiness when he looked into Wyatt’s eyes. He says he, unlike Wyatt, is not dead inside. He has a fire inside that burns to push him to be the best in the world at what he does. He knows that every Jericho-holic will have his back no matter what he does. They will chant his name no matter what he does. No one on this planet will never…ever be able to take that away from him.

Randy Orton and Rybaxel vs. Roman Reigns, Sheamus and Rob Van Dam

Sheamus and Curtis Axel start this off. Sheamus takes down Axel early with a tackle and follows up with a clothesline. Axel drop-toe-holds Sheamus into the second rope and takes advantage. Randy Orton gets the tag and unloads on Sheamus. Sheamus ducks his head and Orton kicks him in the shoulder. Sheamus hits Orton with a rolling senton as RVD makes the tag. RVD hits the Rolling Thunder, and Orton has to roll to the floor.

Back from commercial, and Axel avoids a senton from Sheamus. Axel slips out to the apron, but gets caught with 10 Beats… Ryback tries to get involved but he gets caught with 10 Beats… Sheamus knocks Orton off the apron. Axel starts to unload on Sheamus. Sheamus reverses a whip and sends Axel to the corner. Sheamus tackles Axel in the corner and heads for the ropes. Randy Orton pulls the top rope down, and Sheamus spills out to the floor. Orton tags back in and suplexes Sheamus onto the barricade. The Vegas crowd is solidly behind Ryback. Orton takes a second to point at Ryback to tell him he’s getting in. Orton slams Sheamus off the apron. Orton plays it up for the crowd before tagging in Ryback.

Ryback unloads on Sheamus in the corner and whips him hard across to the opposite side. Ryback slaps on a front facelock to Sheamus. Sheamus battles to his feet. Ryback hoists up Sheamus for a stalling vertical suplex for 2. Ryback tags in Orton. Orton sets up Sheamus for the second rope DDT. Sheamus counters into White Noise, and both guys are down. Orton makes a tag to Axel as Sheamus makes the hot tag to Roman Reigns. Reigns hits Axel with a Samoan Drop and takes Ryback off the apron a clothesline. Reigns kicks Axel’s feet out from under him and drops to the outside. Reigns nails him with the flying kick on the bottom rope. Reigns sets up for a Superman Punch and nails Axel. Reigns hits Ryback on the apron with another. Reigns sets up for the Spear, but Orton comes in behind him with a backbreaker. RVD tags in and hits a cross body from the top onto Axel. RVD rolls up Axel for 2. Van Dam catches Axel with a kick to the face and the split-legged moonsault. Sheamus runs in and takes out Ryback with a Brogue Kick. Orton hits Sheamus with an RKO. RVD nails Orton with an enzuiguiri and Reigns hits the Spear on Orton. Axel gets to his feet and throws Reigns into the ring post. RVD kicks Axel in the face and heads to the top for the 5-Star Frog Splash, and RVD picks up the win for his team.

WINNERS: Roman Reigns, Sheamus and Rob Van Dam

Randy Orton is walking backstage when Ric Flair walks up. Orton tells Flair to back off or else he’ll know they used to call him “The Legend Killer.”

Elsewhere, Bray Wyatt is backstage. Bray says he rode a pale horse into Summerslam last night. He told Chris Jericho this would happen, and he’s a man of his word. Jericho claims when he looked into Bray’s eyes that he saw nothing, emptiness. He started thinking maybe he doesn’t have a soul. Maybe he’s here to collect souls, that they are playthings to him. Jericho won’t be able to comprehend what he is. Behold the new face of salvation. Follow the buzzards.

The Usos vs. Goldust and Stardust

Goldust will start this with Jey Uso. They trade lock ups, and Goldust barks in Uso’s face. Uso goes for a roll up. Uso shoots Goldust to the ropes. Goldust takes down Uso with a tackle and an arm drag. And Uso gets an arm drag of his own in. Jimmy tags in and heads for the top for an axe handle as Jey hangs on to Goldust. Another quick tag to Jey Uso, and another quick double team as the Usos continue to work Goldust’s arm. Another quick tag leads to another quick double team, and Jimmy comes in for the double elbow drop.

Stardust makes a tag and takes down Uso with a flying forearm. Stardust whips Uso to the corner, but Uso slides out and makes a tag to his brother. Jimmy comes in and hits Stardust with a forearm as Jey holds onto him. Uso slaps on a chinlock, and Stardust has to climb back to his feet. Uso makes another quick tag and comes in with a snapmare to Stardust. The Usos continue with their frequent tags and Uso slaps on another chinlock to Stardust. The crowd starts to rally behind Stardust, and he makes it to his feet and backs Uso into the corner. Uso suplexes Stardust. Uso goes back to the chinlock and Stardust has to rally again. Uso tries another belly-to-back suplex, but Stardust lands on his feet on the other side. Stardust dives for a tag, but Uso catches him. Stardust rolls up Uso with a sunset flip for the win!

WINNERS: Goldust and Stardust

Lana and Rusev come down to the ring. Lana says Rusev’s victory last night at Summerslam was dedicated to President Putin. She says Putin was proud as the Russian flag was raised in supremacy.

Mark Henry’s music hits, and he makes his way out. He says he’s represented America twice in the Olympic games. They’re two of his proudest moments. He’s never had a problem with anybody with their country or their beliefs, except with how Rusev and Lana do things. He admits that what happened at Summerslam got under his skin, to see that flag raised in his country. It made him sick to his stomach. He shouts at Lana. He’s not talking to her. They say the power in America is gone. But he doesn’t think so and he doesn’t think the people do either. He tells Rusev he’s going to give him a personal guided tour of the Hall of Pain. Henry throws the mic down and they’re staring down in the ring. Rusev throws several right hands, but Henry throws one back. Rusev kicks Henry in the gut and tries a thrust kick. Henry blocks it and picks up Rusev for a World’s Strongest Slam and lays him out! Henry takes him out with a big splash.

Falls Count Anywhere:

Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins

The bell rings, and they start firing off on each other. Ambrose takes down Rollins with a cross body. Rollins gains the advantage and starts unloading on Ambrose. Ambrose pops back up and nails Rollins with a dropkick, sending him to the outside. Ambrose dumps Rollins over the barricade and out into the crowd. Ambrose tries a quick cover in the middle of the aisle, but only gets 2. Ambrose battles Rollins over to the stage and throws him onto it. Rollins kicks Ambrose in the guts and they trade right hands. Ambrose catches Rollins in the throat and tries a suplex on the steel. Rollins reverses and tries the running powerbomb, but Ambrose counters and hits a suplex on the steel for 2. Ambrose hits Rollins with a right, and Rollins rolls down the ramp. Ambrose rolls Rollins back into the ring. Ambrose goes underneath the ring and pulls out some chairs. Ambrose catches Rollins in the gut with the chair. Ambrose slams Rollins on the chair! Ambrose heads to the second rope with the chair in-hand. Ambrose dives off with an elbow drop onto the chair onto Rollins for 2. Ambrose props up the chair in the corner. Ambrose drives a forearm into Rollins’s face. Ambrose tries to whip Rollins into the chair in the corner, but Rollins reverses and Ambrose hits it hard. Ambrose kicks out of a pinfall attempt as we head to commercial.

Back from commercial, and Rollins has a kendo stick and is grinding it into Ambrose’s face. Rollins cracks the stick across Ambrose’s back repeatedly. Rollins pokes Ambrose with the stick. Ambrose blocks a swing and throws several rights into Rollins’s face. Rollins kicks Ambrose in the gut and hits him with a heel kick. Ambrose bounces off the ropes, but Rollins hits him with another kick for 2. Rollins grabs the chair and dives at Ambrose in the corner. Ambrose moves out of the way and lays out Rollins with a tornado DDT for a near-fall. Ambrose tries for Dirty Deeds, but Rollins counters. Rollins misses a Curb Stomp, and they both go for cross bodies and collide in mid-air. They trade forearm shots. Rollins beats Ambrose down with right hands. Ambrose comes back up and starts to unload on Rollins. Ambrose sling shots Rollins into the turnbuckle despite Rollins hitting him in the face with the kendo stick.

Ambrose nails Rollins repeatedly with the kendo stick and takes him down with a side Russian Legsweep with the stick. Ambrose rolls out to the floor and goes back under the ring. He grabs a several more chairs and sends them into the ring. Ambrose perches Rollins onto the top turnbuckle. Ambrose looking for a superplex onto the chairs, but Rollins counters. Rollins hits a running powerbomb into the chairs! Rollins covers, and Ambrose kicks out at 2.

Kane has made his way out to ringside. Rollins goes out to the floor and pulls out a table from under the ring. Rollins slides the table into the ring. Rollins hits Ambrose one more time with the kendo stick. Rollins sets up the table and puts Ambrose’s face onto it. Rollins heads to the top rope, possibly for a Curb Stomp. Ambrose is back up and superplexes Rollins through the table! Kane hops onto the apron. Ambrose shoves him off. Ambrose dumps Rollins out to the floor. Ambrose dives through the ropes onto both guys! Ambrose rolls Rollins inside, but Rollins catches him with a kick. Ambrose explodes off the ropes and flips Rollins inside-out with a clothesline. Ambrose hits Rollins with a Dirty Deeds, and Kane pulls him out before he can get the 3-count. Kane bounces Ambrose’s head off the announce table and tries to whip Ambrose into the ring steps, but Ambrose blocks it. Kane charges Ambrose, but Ambrose drops him with a drop-toe-hold into the steps. Rollins charges Ambrose, but Ambrose dumps him over the barricade. Ambrose climbs onto the announce table and runs across, diving onto Rollins in the crowd! Ambrose tosses Ambrose back over the barricade to ringside. Ambrose rams Rollins’s head off the announce table. Ambrose starts tearing up the announce table. Ambrose rolls Rollins onto the table. Ambrose looking for Dirty Deeds on the table, but there’s Kane from out of nowhere. Kane chokeslams Ambrose onto the table! Rollins climbs back up onto the table and hits Ambrose with a Curb Stomp on the table! Kane pulls up the time keeper’s table, and there’s a stack of cinder blocks. Kane holds Ambrose over the blocks, and Rollins hits a Curb Stomp onto the cinder blocks, breaking the blocks! Referee Charles Robinson finally breaks it up and calls for the bell. He calls for the doctors, and the EMTs have to cart off Ambrose as Rollins stands on top of the table, looking down on Ambrose.

WINNER: Seth Rollins due to referee stoppage.

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2014 New Japan G-1 Climax Overview Show

Hosts: Jason Namako (@Jason_Namako); Robert Pandola (@RealRobPandola), Greg McNeish (@GregMcNeishWV)
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Jason, Robert and Greg give a final look at the 2014 New Japan G-1 Climax, going over why it was so successful for New Japan, a look at New Japan’s business and future plans, what their top 5 matches were, who was their G-1 MVP and look at who will challenge for the IWGP Title, IWGP Intercontinental Title and G1 Rights heading into Wrestlekingdom 9 at the Tokyo Dome on January 4, 2015.


iPPV Recap – 2014 New Japan G-1 Climax Finals

Hosts: Jason Namako (@Jason_Namako); Robert Pandola (@RealRobPandola), Greg McNeish (@GregMcNeishWV)
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Jason, Robert and Greg review the 2014 New Japan G-1 Climax Finals from August 10th in the Seibu Dome in Saitama, Japan featuring the following matches:

1. Satoshi Kojima, Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Tiger Mask IV & Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Lance Archer, Davey Boy Smith Jr., TAKA & El Desperado

2. Togi Makabe, Yuji Nagata & Manabu Nakanishi vs. IWGP Intercontinental Champion Bad Luck Fale, IWGP Tag Team Champion Doc Gallows & NEVER Champion Yujiro Takahashi

3. Kazushi Sakaruba, Toru Yano & YOSHI-HASHI vs. Minoru Suzuki, Shelton “X” Benjamin & Takashi Iizuka

4. Jushin Liger & Captain New Japan vs. Adam Cole & Michael Bennett w/Maria Kanellis

5. IWGP Jr. Tag Titles: Time Splitters (Alex Shelley & KUSHIDA) (c’s) vs. ROH Tag Team Champions reDRagon (Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly)

6. Tetsuya Naito vs. Tomoaki Honma

7. Tomohiro Ishii vs. IWGP Tag Team Champion Karl Anderson

8. A Rivalry between Friends Renewed: Hirooki Goto vs. Katsuyori Shibata

9. G-1 Climax 2014 Third Place Match: IWGP Champion AJ Styles vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi

10. G-1 Climax 2014 Finals: Kazuchika Okada vs. Shinsuke Nakamura


Independent Roundtable – August 17th, 2014

Hosts: Jason Namako (@Jason_Namako); Nicholas Gray (@DaBoyzNDaBak)
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On this week’s Independent Roundtable, Jason & Nick talk about the following:

* Review of the 8/9 ROH TV
* Why the “competitive match” TV troupe continues to hurt ROH TV when trying to build up new World Title challengers
* Review of the 8/7 NXT
* Jason on why Eva Marie vs. Bayley is so far the worst match of 2014
* Reviews of free matches from AAW, AIW, Beyond Wrestling, CZW & WSU
* News, results & previews, plus more!

The following matches were reviewed on this week’s episode:
* Shane Hollister vs. Jimmy Jacobs (AAW Chaos Theory) –
* Ohio is 4 Killers vs. Los Ben Dejos (AAW Path to Redemption) –
* Davey Vega vs. Shane Hollister vs. Trevor Lee vs. Tyson Dux (AIW Gauntlet for the Gold 9) –
* The Hooligans vs. Heidi Lovelace & Jordynne Grace (Beyond Wrestling) –
* JT Dunn vs. Kimber Lee (Beyond Wrestling) –
* Joe Gacy vs. Shane Strickland (CZW Dojo Wars VI) –
* Candice LeRae & Joey Ryan vs. Team TREMENDOUS (WSU Secret Show #4) –


DVD Review – PWG’s Sold our Soul for Rock & Roll

Hosts: Jason Namako (@Jason_Namako); Nicholas Gray (@DaBoyzNDaBak)
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Jason and Nick review Pro Wrestling Guerrilla’s Sold our Soul for Rock & Roll show from May 2014 featuring Adam Cole vs. Kyle O’Reilly for the PWG Title, The Young Bucks & Kevin Steen vs. Cedric Alexander, Johnny Gargano & Trevor Lee, The Best Friends vs. Candice LeRae & Joey Ryan, ACH vs. Ricochet, AR Fox vs. Rich Swann, Roderick Strong vs. Brian Cage and more!

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The Last Round – Episode 43

Welcome to The Last Round, a weekly episode podcast where we talk sports and video games and much much more.

This week we start the show off on a very somber note with the passing of Robin Williams. It was unfortunate that he had his own demons and it ended this way but we looked back at some of his greatest films that we grew up with and why we loved the man so much as an actor.

In college football, a lot of new information came about in regards to the power 5 conferences and the Ed O’Bannon ruling. How does the news of autonomy within the power 5 conference effect the rest of the schools? How will the Ed O’Bannon ruling on players getting paid for their likeness pan out over time? We talk about that and what we think will happen.

With fantasy football talk, we hit up the top 5 WRs for our weekly fantasy ratings. Along with our rankings there’s still some spots available for our fantasy football league. You can join by visiting our Facebook page and click the link to the league.

Gamescom is taking place this week and we got news about some huge games including Metal Gear Solid 5 and Rise of the Tomb Raider.

And last but not least we review Guardians of the Galaxy and along with some spoilers, talk about Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and what we liked and didn’t like.