Last week's episode featured an interview with Indy Wrestler, Sully Banger. Unfortunately due to time constraints we had to edit the conversation and cut it down. But fear not Sully fans because here's the uncut and unedited version of our awesome conversation. Listen to more stories and input from all three of us.
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Jonny and Harmon chat it up with Indy Wrestler, Sully Banger. Based out of Providence, RI he's trained by NXT's Oney Lorcan and has become a favourite here in New England with his unorthodox look and move set. Also, yelling his own name throughout his match makes for a heck of way that no one will forget him.
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The Maine Event Podcast launch episode is off with a bang! The first guest - Randy Carver. He's the owner of Limitless Wrestling and has put pro wrestling in Maine back on the map.
This week, Jonny and Harmon invite Greg and Bouch to the show to form their very own ISR2M Podcast Survivor Series team. The boys bring you their opinions on how this year's November Classic was built up and also their predictions for who's going over. Also, some sad news from Vader as his health may be in question. And again WWE shows interest in Conor McGregor after he successfully captures the UFC Lightweight Championsip to become the first ever dual Champion inside the Octagon.
This week, Jonny and special guest Greg 'the Gregulator' Marston create fantasy Survivor Series teams and discuss the pausible dream matchups. Plus, Jonny chats it up with New England Pro Wrestling Academy student Molly Adams-- talk on her experiences starting out in the business.
Wow! Goldberg looks rusty and sweaty. This week, Jonny and Harmon talk about their expectations for the former WCW champ at Survivor Series against Brock Lesnar. It looks grim. Plus, this week in #WWE news-- the announcement of 205 LIVE, The Undertaker, Austin Aries' recovery, Randy Orton's involvement with the Wyatts, and a discussion on a lack of new stars in WWE.
This week, Jonny and Harmon invite Greg 'the Gregulator' Marston back on to discuss WWE's Hell in a Cell PPV-- a full card rundown, Goldberg/Lesnar hype, James Ellsworth's #SDLive role, Sasha and Charlotte in a HIAC match, and Chris Jericho's current appeal. Plus, Austin Aries' eye injury, Cat Zingano calling out Sasha Banks, RAW and SmackDown highlights, and a semi-heated discussion between the three over Tough Enough winner Sara Lee's current pregnancy.
This week on #ISR2M, Jonny and Harmon chat with indy wrestler and one half of the 'Tenacious Two,' Scott Wild, about the upcoming Limitless Wrestling: Who Watches The Watchmen event. The guy's an absolute savage with a nasty flying knee and an even nastier attitude. Talk on his disgruntlement with Limitless Wrestling's management and his beef with the Maine State Posse. Plus, a fun game of "What's Wilder?"
Limitless Wrestling: Who Watches the Watchmen comes at you on October 29th, 2016 at the New Balance Field House - University of Maine Orono. Check out www.limitlesswrestling.com for more information and tickets.
This week, Jonny and Harmon discuss their experiences at Limitless Wrestling's recent "Risk It for the Biscuit" event (including an interview with local tag team, the Maine State Posse). Plus, WWE news talk on the return of Goldberg, Paige's fall from grace, James Ellsworth's SmackDown LIVE main event against AJ Styles, Hideo Itami's unfortunate neck injury, and the return of Mickie James.
This week, Jonny and Harmon honor the 'List of Jericho' by coming up with their own lists of what annoys them in and out of the professional wresting industry. Plus, discussion on WWE's possible acquisition of TNA's video library and Billy Corgan taking over and re-branding the failing company. Things also get heated between Fashion and 'Big Bad' when they start chatting fantasy football.