Thursday, September 24, 2009

Kick-Out!! Radio - Episode 17



Health insurance for wrestlers, John Cena's next feud, Chavo Guerrero, Lilian Garcia's retirement and more on the Jeff Hardy situation, all on this week's Kick-Out!! Radio!


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Theme song: "Believe" by Grasp Infinity


6 comments:

  1. Was Dawn Marie's charity the one that did all that stuff for Dr. Death Steve Williams?

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  2. First, I really don't understand why you hate Rhodes and DiBiase so much. They're very talented in-ring competitors who keep improving as time wears on.

    Second, I couldn't agree more with your assesment of Chris Jericho. He truly is the best in the world, and not nearly enough people acknowledge it.

    Lastly, I'm sure that anyone who truly cares about Jeff Hardy would be willing to wait until the truth about his situation comes out. Believing the bilge that some of those wrestling sites come up with would be a lot more painful than waiting for honest facts.

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  3. My gripe with Rhodes & DiBiase is that I find them incredibly boring. Their in-ring styles, the predictability of anything involving them or Orton, their personalities, it's all just yawn-inducing to me. They've shown potential and their matches with DX have been great, but they just don't do it for me. But I feel the same way about Randy Orton as well, so maybe it's just him.

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  4. Another level headed broadcast as far as I am concerned. I think the IWC does tend to over-react and want to fly off the handle over the smallest developments....whether they be true or false. Keep up the good work.

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  5. Razor, the point of Orton and Legacy is for us to hate them. They seem to be doing that quite well, both for casual fans and the IWC.

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  6. Yeah but their kind of hate isn't like a CM Punk or Chris Jericho, it's an "ugh, I'm bored" feeling. Orton obviously deserves his spot and I'd never argue otherwise, but for me personally, he's just bland.

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