W.F.O: Ep. 30 – W.F.O’s Road Rage Edition

Wrestlemania 32 has come and gone, and thanks to a call in from “The Rage Factory” Michael Benningfield, the podcast goes on indefinite hiatus with a contortionist, lots of cursing, and a complete clusterfuck for just $9.99…

Roman Reigns is your new three time WWE World Heavyweight Champion,  Dean Ambrose got beaten, but not beaten up enough.  They tried to kill Shane McMahon, but they definitely killed the legacy of the WWE.  They killed the Diva’s Revolution by evolving it into the Women’s Revolution.  Corey Graves killed gold lamé, Dallas killed Toronto’s attendance record, The Rock killed Kevin Nash’s fastest match record, along with Erick Rowan’s hopes of ever being taken more seriously than Shawn Staziak.  Stephanie McMahon gave life to millions (and millions) of boners by dressing as something between Grease and Mad Max.  Stone Cold apparently smells like Billy Bob’s, HBK can’t twerk, Texans can’t count, but they can chant for Nakamura.   Tatanka can’t go into the Hall of Fame, but he can get upstaged by Shaq-Fu.

…and The Undertaker just can’t die… but he can still be Vince’s bitch. But Zack Ryder… no one can have it better than Zack Ryder… Ryder Ramon
He got his WrestleMania Moment… and nothing… nothing gets better than that…

Woo Woo Woo… You Know It…

W.F.O: Ep. 29 – One Man Band Bay-Bay!!!

Tonight on the show, “The X Factor” Josh Lake runs solo in a one hour slight half Wrestlemania preview, half Aztec Warfare review, half TNA bashing…

…was that one too many halves? It was that kind of night.  Like an unbalanced equation or an improper fraction, the show just felt like an awkward pausing, slightly tragic phrasing questioning of what the hell was going on here, like Scotty Steiner on Phineas and Ferb, or jetskis on the Titanic, it all just seemed really out of place.

But… it made sense… somehow… that this sleep deprived fool would still try to do something, since something is all he can do.  So enjoy it, minions, while you still can.

W.F.O: Ep. 28 – Souffle City, Bitch!!!!

Tonight on the podcast, the gentlemen of Last Man Standing decide to take a swipe at what can be done between entertainment and wrestling, and how to best mix the two…

…and if you believe this, I’ve got some swampland in Georgia to sell you…

In their classic blundering “I don’t give half a damn” manor, “The X Factor” Josh Lake, and whatever the hell Michael Benningfield is being called this week, are tackling their favorite circular aspects of the differences and upsides to both entertainment and actual wrestling in pro wrestling.   Then, they get to talk about the upcoming WrestleMania, the return of Shane McMahon, and the multiple ways that the WWE can possibly fuck this up.

Welcome to Souffle City Bitch…

W.F.O: Ep 27 – Pony Asshole

Tonight on the podcast,  It’s the review of WWE Fastlane, and “The X Factor” Josh Lake, and “The Silent Voice of Reason” Shay Featherston cover what was and what could have been, the focus seems to be on the lackluster bit of effort put forth from the WWE in what still managed to be a halfway decent event.   Also, the results of the Prediction Season are in, and Paul Marshall is the overall champion.  This and so much more (or less) on the podcast.

W.F.O: Ep 26 – Warriors of the World

Tonight on the program: We unleash a new theme, a new flow, and the same ol’ ridiculousness, as we tear apart TNA for going all TNA on things… we take and look at whether WWE is trying to pull a passive aggressive bullshit hostile take over, by dangling a paycheck in front of starving men and women… and we take a look at the effects of syphilis to the brain of a random wrestling man from Kentucky.

Oh, and we may mention something about Lucha Underground being back… possibly… I can’t remember… you probably should listen and figure out why we represent the warriors of the world.

W.F.O: Ep. 25 – Deja Vu All Over The Place

Tonight on W.F.O: It’s Deja Vu all over the place, literally… all over the place, like so much flotsam and carnage.  It was like a Gallagher concert broke out, and BLAM… you were caught without the plastic… as the crew covers the impending doom of yet another match that should not be.  We cover bold predictions, learn how to read clocks, discuss what might happen, what should have happened, what still could happen, and what’s worth happening right in the wonderful world of Miz-ney Land, via Vin-sanity Villa.

Take it… take it all baby… Shhh… You’ll love it.

W.F.O: Ep. 24 – The UnPodcast

Tonight on this episode of W.F.O: We cover WWE Night of Champions… for whatever the hell it was worth.  We cover John Cena’s win, Seth Rollins’ steal, why it is that Paige has one foot out of the door and the other one on a skateboard, why Charlotte should have won on Raw, why TNA just killed everything GFW even bothered to try and do, and why it is that WWE Creative have the same credibility level as us…

W.F.O: Ep. 23 — It’s A Shitty Episode

Tonight on W.F.O: The title says it all, it’s a shitty episode, as we discuss the finer points of champions, GFW v. TNA, why the Mastermind isn’t here, why Michael had to stop himself from running to the john every five minutes, and why despite the fact that none of us paid much attention to a damned thing this week… much like 90% of everything in the WWE Universe this week… it was all a bunch of crap…

As I said… it was just a shitty episode…

W.F.O: Ep. 22 – …And It All Fits In

In this episode of W.F.O:  We explore the upside of going down, the downside of getting up, Dwayne’s unnatural fascination with anal, and possibly the worst media week for professional wrestling since… well, since people believed our Kayfabe story about Big Show downing a plane with drive thru Thai food.  We also talk about the reunion of The Beautiful People, the worthiness of Sting, why Shay should know who Kevin Sullivan is, and why Andre would suck in Mortal Kombat, but dominate in Street Fighter… and why at the end of the night, it all fits in.

W.F.O: Ep. 21 – Heroes of the Day

In tonight’s episode of W.F.O: We tackle the memory problems of a thirteen year old, why Batman is, or is not, a punk that’s also racist, sexist, and potentially homophobic, who the greatest WWE Champion of all time was, and why it is that Jeff Hardy would concern himself with how much Ethan Carter III would be paying him if his brother was to lose, and who are the heroes of the day.

That, and we still point out why the WWE doesn’t care about us, and what “The Mastermind” did on his birthday that left little… so very very little… to the imagination…