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Aired 2 years ago 124:26
THE RETURN - E&C are back with HBK and Nita Strauss!
The moment all the hosers have been waiting for is finally upon you! E&C are back with heads full of steam as they welcome guitarist and WWE fanatic Nita Strauss onto the show to dicuss her Evolution and Wrestlemania performances and the release of her debut solo album Controlled Chaos--OUT TODAY. As if that weren't enough, WWE Hall Of Famer Shawn Michaels called in to let us know all about his road to Crown Jewel and the toll it took stepping into the ring after eight years off. HBK breaks down exactly what it means to take on a mentorship role at NXT, embracing your emotions in performance, and spreading his wings in his latest indy film role. Plus: Smackdown 1000, Evolution, and Becky Lynch's organic rise in the WWE. It's on brother, brother...HERE WE GO. Now through November 19th get 2 months of WWE Network for FREE when you sign up at wwenetwork.com/awesomeness Rate/subscribe in Apple Podcasts! New episodes every Friday. Follow Adam on Twitter/Instagram: @EdgeRatedR Find Jay on Twitter/Instagram: @Christian4Peeps
Aired 1 year ago 78:25
Poop Culture 175 - Dueling Decades - February 1989 vs February 1990
This week we most excellently go back to the â€™80s & the â€™90s for another round February's matchup has the â€œMamalukesâ€ (Rick Mancrush & Marc James) armed with 1989 take on the team of Beau Becraft & Mike Ranger, now known as After School Special with February of 1990 on their side! Judge Jon Cross is back once again to law down the law and passes judgment. Will the 1990â€™s team finally pull one out ending the winning streak of the 1980s? Listen, find out, play along at home and join us on Facebook for more great Dueling Decades action!
Aired 11 months ago 25:22
Teddy Roosevelt May Just Have Saved Modern (American) Football
In recent years the public has become increasingly aware of the long-term dangers posed by sports injuries -- but at the turn of the 20th century this wasn't the case. Football players didn't wear protective gear, and in 1905 alone more than 15 players died from game-related injuries. Universities were on the verge of banning football entirely. President Roosevelt, himself a life-long fan of the sport, knew something must be done. Listen in to learn how the 26th President of the US may just have saved modern football. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers