Thursday, November 5, 2009

Kick-Out!! Radio - Episode 22



Linda McMahon and WWE under fire in Connecticut, WWE's youth movement, who needs the ECW treatment, indy shows, Kick-Out's SvR2010 created story, and more!



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Theme song: "Believe" by Grasp Infinity

6 comments:

  1. In fairness on Vance Archer, he was on television for like...a couple of years. I know TNA is #2, but wow, kid has had time to look impressive on national TV and...yeah. Good show.

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  2. Carlito doesn't get a push because he's the laziest wrestler in a major company today, surprised he hasn't been canned yet.

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  3. I don't think Kofi Kingston will win the Royal Rumble, but will probably win the Money In The Bank instead.

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  4. Just finished the podcast, it was great. I think you should end every episode by giving spoken word versions of Nickelback songs. Next you should read 'Figured You Out', followed by 'S.E.X'...

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  5. Spoken word of any terrible song should probably just become a weekly segment.

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  6. I think that Charlie Haas could be a decent candidate for an "ECW push". He has been floating around for years now without any real success, but his impersonator gimmick was undoubtedly getting over with the fans when he was on Raw. In my opinion, he has enough experience and technical ability to play the role you suggested for Jamie Noble, or he could even revitalise his own singles career in the same way Paul Burchill has with a few ten-minute matches on ECW.

    I think I'll have to agree with those who say that Kofi probably won't win the Royal Rumble, but I would like to see it happen. It would be nice to see a brand new main event star born at next year's Wrestlemania, and Kofi is probably the best candidate for the breakthrough match treatment. The last few Wrestlemanias have all been enoyable shows, but you have to go back to Wrestlemania 22 to find the last time at which anyone wo their first world title at Wrestlemania. At Wrestlemania, Chris Benoit won the World Havyweight Title in what was then a very touching moment, whilst Brock Lesnar solidified himself as a true, undisputed main eventer by beating Kurt Angle at Wrestlemania 19. John Cena and Batista also won their first world titles at Wrestlemania 21.

    Some of the biggest stars in the wrestling business, such as Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart, Randy Savage and Ultimate Warrior, all established themselves as major stars by breaking the glass ceiling at Wrestlemania, and those classic moments at which anyone watching can tell that history has been made with the birth of a new star have been sadly lacking at recent Wrestlemanias. Therefore, with Kofi running with as much momentum as he is now, why not strike while the iron is hot?

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