Professional wrestling talk returns to the Howitzer and Buzz-Saw Show, and does so on the heels of another Pay Per View. The WWE’s Elimination Chamber is now in the books. Mike “the Buzz-Saw” Asti welcomes the ultimate “baby face” to his “heel” persona, as Kelen “B Hyphen” Conley steps back into the HBS ring. These two familiar foes go toe to toe recapping all the action. Expect candid analysis, occasional banter, predictions for what is to come in the coming months for World Wrestling Entertainment, and of course, hear how they would’ve done it all better. If CM Punk could lose his WWE Title, does that mean the Buzz-Saw could actually lose a sports talk session?!
The Baseball Hall of Fame would like to congratulate *crickets* on their induction. In the most controversial Hall of Fame vote in sports history, no one was awarded entry to the gates of Cooperstown. For the first time since 1996 a Baseball Hall of Fame class will have no names under it. Was this the right decision? Who should’ve been given baseball’s highest honor? What were some of the reasons for this result? And what does future years look like with new high profile candidates coming on the first ballot in the coming years?
Mike “the Buzz-saw” Asti goes it alone for this one. To provide a differing opinion, Eric Little steps into the HBS ring. Little, a professional baseball broadcaster and co-host of the Minor League Report Podcast. Watch the swift motion of the buzz-saw blades, Mr. Little. They are eternally sharp.
This is a segment baseball nerds (don’t be ashamed) will absolutely love.
Apparently no baseball player conquered enough to be Hall of Fame worthy. Without question, the Howitzer and Buzz-Saw Show is deserving of 100% of every vote, while conquering sports radio, one day, at a time…