Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Kick-Out!! Radio - Episode 21



Hulk Hogan & Eric Bischoff sign with TNA, WWE has a stellar week, Bragging Rights delivers, Smackdown vs. Raw 2010's Story Designer makes me a bigger dork than I already am and an exclusive "interview" with upcoming Raw guest host, Ozzy Osbourne!


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Theme song: "Believe" by Grasp Infinity

3 comments:

  1. Great show, I for one see the Hogan to TNA as 50/50 I know it's going to be harder for me to watch Impact now because I've only liked Hogan as a heel. The Honky Tonk Man is saying that TNA will be dead in 12 months. While a lot of people have been predicting their demise for a long long time now this really could be the nail in the coffin. Dixie is talking about she wants younger talent, then she goes and digs up the dinosaur Hulk Hogan. If he gives the false hope that he seems to be giving them and they jump to Monday Nights at the RAW time slot too soon then it really will be dead maybe not in 12 months but maybe in two or three years. Hogan can barely wrestle now a days and the smart fans know it. Hulk-A-Mania is dead and it's sad that he can't move on. Celebrity Championship Wrestling was good he needs to stick to something like that.

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  2. i would love to have seen Hogan doing guest host on raw, but sadly, being in TNA, kinda ruins all that :(

    i hoped upon hope he would do it. We had Dusty, Sarge, Ted $$ man, even baboytista, why can we not have Hulkster? Now, the reason is, he's with TNA, too bad :(


    *Baboytista = batista + baboy (filipino word for pig) = BaboyTista!

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  3. When booked right and properly motivated, Hogan can still entertain in the ring unlike any other performer in the industry. He's not a good wrestler, he never has been, but he's the master of crowd manipulation.

    I worry that TNA won't be able to properly utilize him when/if he decides to get in the ring, that's why I was hoping he'd finish up in WWE so he could work with Cena.

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