In episode 4, Thomas and I review WrestleMania 29. Or is it NY/NJ? Also, I profess my love of Ryback, Thomas gives the Big Show all the props he never gets, we preview Extreme Rules, Thomas makes a case for The Undertaker to headline WrestleMania for the rest of his career, discuss The Rock’s injury, Paul Bearer’s passing, our mutual hate of the WWE app, Thomas vents his frustration with the tag team division, and I explain how Road Dogg is a black man trapped in a white man’s body. Ring the bell or feed us more!
Thomas and I are back with the third issue of The Slobberknocker Chronicles! In this episode, we talk our thoughts on the Hell In A Cell PPV, I breathe a sigh of relief that Brock Lesnar didn’t show up at the PPV, Thomas mourns the loss of regular Funkasaurus, we try to make sense of the coming weeks leading up to the Royal Rumble, and we debate whether or not WWE really has the balls to take the WWE Title off television. More exciting than Raw, SmackDown, and John Cena in various undress, so press play!
The Slobberknocker Chronicles returns for a second installment! Along for the ride with Thomas and I are fellow TricycleOffense.com co-founder Anthony Sellers and The Howitzer & Buzz-Saw Show’s very own Mike “The Buzz-Saw” Asti! We spend a good chunk of this episode…trashing Triple H (Asti), trashing Sting’s WWE Hall Of Fame chances (Asti), condemning the WWE for rehashing the old Kane/X-Pac team (Asti), moaning about Sheamus/Del Rio III (me), and laying out the perfect way to set up Lesnar/Undertaker at WrestleMania XXVIX (all me)! We also tossed in some Austin/Punk speculation for good measure. So before Punk/Lawler II takes place, ring that bell and get this episode started!
The inaugural podcast of TricycleOffense.com has arrived as Thomas Crawford and Kelen “B Hyphen” Conley sit down to talk about a little wrestling. Okay, make that a lot of wrestling. It’s their review of WWE’s 2012 edition of Extreme Rules as they cover the card top to bottom. They explore the phenomenon of Daniel Bryan, give all praise due to Chris Jericho, and Kelen goes on an epic rant about the Brock Lesnar/John Cena main event. It’s all the Extreme Rules coverage you’ve been waiting for!