Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Kick-Out!! Radio - Episode 2

Kick-Out!! Radio returns for Episode 2! In this week's episode, Razor discusses Extreme Rules, the WWE Title situation, Umaga's release, and why pro wrestling needs a legitimate media. Please note: this episode was recorded before the WWE Championship Fatal Four Way was announced for next Monday's three-hour Raw. I still think my idea is way better though.

Theme song: "Believe" by Grasp Infinity

Subscribe to Kick-Out!! Radio via iTunes! (This link will open your iTunes)


  1. Orton Orthodonics? CLASSIC. Gee, I wonder where that copy writing experience came from.

    A+. I gave up on TNA a loooooong time ago.

  2. "It could be worse, it wasn't WCW Thunder levels of bad." How dare you! WCW Thunder gave us legendary moments like David Arquette's title victory, Lash Leroux vs. Silver King, Disorderly Conduct, and Stevie Ray vs. Konnan in the main event.

    Seriously though, I haven't watched TNA in a while. I suppose I better do so again, but Impact is too fast and their pay per views are too slow. They've never been good at pacing.

    Another good show. The discussion is great, and the fake adverts are awesome!

  3. You do a great job with the flow of the show. Highly enjoyed this episode!

  4. The only thing that TNA wrestling does that I wish the WWE would take a few cues from is their Knockouts division. After seeing the matches Gail Kim worked in TNA and then what she has been doing as of late on the WWE makes this disparity even more apparent.

    A Short (incomplete) history of Gail Kim vs. Awesome Kong

    Other than that, yeah, TNA has some problems.

  5. Great stuff once again man. I've been checking out your website from my phone for awhile now and I have to say it has been fantastic stuff. You've always seemed like one of the guys that is truly fond of wrestling and doesn't complain or nag about every single thing for the sake of complaining. Everything you present is well thought out and your radio show comes across as not just forcing your opinion on people, but rather just discussing things from your perspective. Everything is pretty much spot on.

    The only thing I might suggest to improve this is sometimes have an occasional guest if you can. Not sure of who exactly, but it would be pretty cool to hear discussion or debates between you and someone else.

    Great work though man. You've certainly inspired me to start my own blogging site.

    Oh, and Orton's Orthodonics>ALL.

  6. Another great show. Keep it going!

    I was starting think I should start watching TNA properly so I'd have an opinion on it. Maybe I'll hold off for another week or so. :)

  7. hmmm you do relise that our becomeing ur worst nightmare

    a smark



    on wrestling sites though, hes a question, where esle are we going to get the news from? alot rajah is right, when it anit spoilers or rumers.

    oh I know a wrestling site which whould make u so mad orton whould shit his pants. pwpix net. its just opions and copy and pasting

  8. I know, the smarks are going to accept me as one of their own if I keep up the negativity. Even if I'm attacking them, they still thrive on it.

    As for your question, I would argue that most of what you read on the internet sites isn't even news. Much like the magazines in the checkout lane of your grocery store, it's tabloid gossip.

    There are some rumor sites out there with legit sources. They're generally the ones who all get their info stolen by the garbage sites - The Observer/Figure Four Weekly and PWInsider spring to mind. They do the legwork, but they're still just mostly providing rumors and gossip.

    The UK Sun newspaper is a total rag, but they actually cover wrestling, which is something you don't see in the vast majority of American papers.

    It's hard to get news about pro wrestling due to the secretive nature of the business. It's a bit of a double-edged sword, WWE is secretive because the mainstream media treats them like a joke, but the mainstream media treats WWE like a joke because they're so secretive. If you want gossip, stick with the major dirtsheets (Observer, F4W, PWInsider), just don't believe everything you read. Stay away from the copy & paste losers at all costs.

  9. Great show. I also loved the Orton's Orthodontics bit.

    I'd be interested in your thoughts on what TNA can do to improve itself once you catch up on what they've been doing a little more. I think it's pretty much hopeless, but it's always nice to hear some perspective.

    I'd like to see MVP get built up a little more before he gets a run with the championship (which obviously won't happen this week since he's not in the four way). He has the talent to be a championship-level guy, but I think he needs a few wins over top-tier opponents over the next few months to give him that last boost.