I’m pretty glad I held off on writing this piece before Hell In A Cell, mainly because I was going to write about the status of Our Boy John Cena. But with the PPV in the can, that can be left to another day. Continue reading
Whether it be team buzz-saw machines that can’t be stopped or individual buzz-saws that once let loose can be a destructive force, there are many buzz-saws taking over the sports world these days.
Mike “the Buzz-Saw” Asti and George “the Howitzer” Gerbo cover all the asininity. Another NBA season is here. Can anybody dethrone the Heat? Is Chicago really the best East team to beat Miami, or is maybe the squad they’ve had the most trouble with, Indiana, the true top contender? Are teams like the new look Nets or the Knicks true threats?
Out West, is it time for a team like Memphis or the Warriors to go from sexy pick to finally getting over the hump? Are the Clippers for real or are they overrated? And of course, never count out the Spurs. How much drama will arise in Laker Land this season and how good are the Rockets? On paper it seems Houston is built for success, but will they do it their first year together?
Respects are paid to one of sports revolutionary all-time buzz-saws, Allen Iverson. No, we’re not talkin’ ’bout practice! We’re talking about a legend officially retiring.
The World Series closes its books with another Red Sox championship. Which team is built to return to the Fall Classic? And the guys go over all that has been the most asinine World Series ever.
In typical heel fashion, Mike defends a fellow buzz-saw. Is Dez Bryant receiving unjust criticism for his antics during Dallas’ loss to Detroit? Why is there a double standard between receivers and quarterbacks, when yelling at teammates?
Beware a lurking buzz-saw, and beware the Howitzer and the Buzz-Saw, as they conquer sports radio, one day, at a time…
Once more, The Boys Outta Brooklyn unite with their Brother from the North for a special 1970s-themed Obscure Horror Movies Episode! Join us as we discuss films about murderous old people, blind marauders, lollipop-sucking devils, and adult babies. Plus: gratuitous Don Cheadle Ass, the question of who killed who in Electra Glide in Blue, and the new reality series Satanic Orgy House! You know you don’t want Zalman King pulling on your wig, so get to clicking (and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter at @BITDShow)!
As we shift seasons, the sports world begins to change its guard too. Mike “the Buzz-Saw” Asti and George “the Howitzer” Gerbo have a big task at hand for this edition of the infamous Howitzer and Buzz-saw Show.
Your favorite sports genius’ preview the World Series. Which historic franchise will claim a third title in the last decade? In what seems to be an evenly match series, who is the favorite? It’s baseball’s Fall Classic. It’s the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals. Who ya got?
After only a few weeks, the NHL already has its first hit controversy. Did Niklas Kronwall see justice? And how can these attacks be prevented? Should Penguins rookie, Oli Maatta, play the season, or should the future be considered?
Another NFL week is in the books, as some teams pull away from the pack, while others become more asinine by the day. Are the Chiefs as good as their undefeated record indicates? Do the Vikings have any idea what their doing? (NO.)
Has Florida State entered the national title picture, coming off a stomping of Clemson? Some preseason trash talk in the NBA conclude a shiny gold quality broadcast.
The Howitzer and Buzz-Saw command an end to buffoonery. Mike may secretly enjoy it though. Tune to the HBS flavor, conquering sports radio, one day, at a time…
With Triple S and the Howitzer essentially out due to their forgetting to pick, Kelen has opted to throw out a week. By disposing of his 12-4 week 5, that brings the standings to Kelen: 119-26 Asti: 114-47. The winner will be determined based on whoever picks the most correct games by season’s end from here on out. May the winner enjoy their Golden Keg!
One of the most famous wrestling promos of all times is a 1985 interview by “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes where he describes the “Hard Times” that have been put on him by Ric Flair. Continue reading
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All the news, notes, and asininity of another week in the NFL, the ongoing action in both the American and National League Championship Series, and a bizarre record already set in the young NHL season. Can the Dodgers find their stroke in time to save their season? Is there any weakness on the machine that has been the Boston Red Sox? Does Torii Hunter have a legit complaint with a bullpen security guard? Don’t you just love a good pitchers duel?
George even takes home a rare victory in the opening banter session. The Howitzer and Buzz-Saw Show. Conquering sports radio, one day, at a time…
The rookie Johnathan “Mischievious” McCumber, who went 9-5 last week, continues to put a minor stranglehold on the Minister of the Tricycle trophy. He has a two game lead over Kelen “B Hyphen” Conley. Conley put up the worst record last week, going 7-7. Thomas “Nocturne” Deja has quietly lingered in middle position all season as he hasn’t had a week where he picked less then 9 games correctly as he went 9-5 last week. Anthony “Triple S” Sellers is 6 games back (45-32 overall). However, he and Mike “the Buzz-Saw” Asti (44-33 overall) both took a step in the right direction by each going 10-4 last week. Can they continue their comeback to prominence or will the rookie continue to chain down the Gridiron Geek veterans? Continue reading