MFX85 – The RAW Edition

MFX85 The RAW Edition is up! Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in WWE and life in general. On the show this week…

Duckman once again proves he’s a ridiculous old man, which leads into lots of movie talk and other nonsense. There’s some chat about recent shows and podcasts you guys should check out. Plus all your feedback is covered, which leads the lads down many random tangents. They cover the recent viewer numbers released by WWE for Wrestlemania, plus some other WWE related news and rumours.

The RAW review wraps the show up this week. Michael Cole, Schoolyard Reporter returns, Rednecks love John Cena’s comedy and have never experienced Evolution. There’s a lot of love for the IC Title tournament and rebuilding the WWE midcard. Oh and Brick Hogan tries to oust Sir Ian from the show. A really fun review of RAW this week and a really fun show in general.

As always, thanks for listening and be sure to get involved with the show through all the usual channels.

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Kenny Loggins – Playing With The Boys

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MFX85 – The IMPACT Edition

MFX85 the IMPACT Edition is up! Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in TNA and life in general. On the show this week…

The lads decide not to give up on TNA. Well, Sir Ian basically forced Duckman to keep going with it. To offset Duckman’s hatred of TNA, Sir Ian reviews the Scooby Doo/WrestleMania movie to cheer him up. We learn Sin Cara is over and it’s not nice to milk dogs. There’s some also some TNA related news discussed, including contract signings, possible releases and a new and unexpected addition to the creative team.

They wrap the show up with the IMPACT review. There’s loads of talk about TNA, where they stand as a company and whether or not they will ever be seen as a viable alternative to WWE. The Eric Young World Title win is covered in-depth. Plus Brick Hogan and Jeff Nero Hardy go to war.

As always thanks for listening and be sure to get involved in the show through all the usual channels.

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Led Zepplin – Black Dog

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MFX84 – WrestleMania 30 Review Show.

MFX84 The WRESTLEMANIA Edition is up! Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the biggest weekend of the year for WWE and life in general. On the show this week…

The lads share their WrestleMania weekend stories which results in plenty of hilarity. Sir Ian reviews the WWE Hall of Fame. They discuss the shocking passing of the Ultimate Warrior and your thoughts on Warrior’s death and his career. Wrestlemania 30 is given the full MFX treatment and so is the follow up Monday Night RAW.

One of the most historic, newsworthy and shocking weekends in WWE history is in the books and now the lads of MFX have their say. So many great moments, so much to talk about and so many laughs to be had. Join us and Hulk Hogan, live from The Thunderdome, brother!

As always, thanks for listening and be sure to get involved with the show through all the usual channels.

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The Ultimate Warrior theme
Nothing Lasts Forever – Echo and The Bunnymen

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MFX83 – WrestleMania 30 Preview Show

Rejoice MFX Galaxy – the lads are back!! It’s MFX83 The Wrestlemania Preview Edition. Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in WWE and life in general. On the show this week…

Duckman fills everyone in on his life threatening illness, Sir Ian gives updates on the TNA shows Duckman missed, plus there’s a great rant about how Willow could be the worst wrestling character ever created. There’s also a report from Bret Hart’s recent Q and A show in Glasgow.

The RAW review is all kinds of fun. There’s plenty of chat about the continuation of The Reality Era, loads of love for HHH trolling, Cena v Wyatt and the great show closing moment with Daniel Bryan.

The show is wrapped up with a preview of WrestleMania 30. The lads give their predictions on all the matches, discuss your comments on WrestleMania 30 and there’s an impassioned plea for all the IWC members and Daniel Bryan fans out there to watch the show.

It’s great to be back! As always, thanks for listening and be sure to get involved with the show through all the usual channels. Enjoy WrestleMania 30!

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Simon and Garfunkel – The Sound of Silence
The Kinks – Dedicated Follower of Fashion

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MFX82 – The RAW Edition

MFX82 The RAW Edition is up! Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in WWE and life in general. On the show this week…

Total Divas is back and the lads are far too excited by this. Is JBL behind the Twitter account Cranky Vince? Probably not, but the lads have a lot of fun working out if he could be. All your feedback and comments are covered and they send the lads off down many random and entertaining tangents. There’s even some funny news involving Hulk Hogan and a boot thief.

They wrap the show up with the usual RAW review. Gameboy unleashes hell on HHH, Boring Kane is boring, the lads marvel at WWE’s new way of booking to marks, trolling smarks and working everyone at the same time, plus Michael Cole’s bizarre childhood is relived. There’s loads of the usual MFX fun and games in this review and once again Duckman becomes the prey as Brick Hogan turns up the heat.

As always, thanks for listening and be sure to get involved with the show through all the usual channels. Oh and BUY SOME MERCH!

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Duran Duran – Girls On Film

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MFX82 – The IMPACT Edition

MFX82 The IMPACT Edition is up! Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in TNA and life in general. On the show this week…

Sir Ian hits the town and the lads are happy to know they’re too old for drunken behaviour these days. An email about football is sent in, which allows Duckman to gloat and Sir Ian to complain about how rubbish his team (Manchester United) are now. There’s a chat about whether or not Christopher Daniels and Kaz will be the next talents to leave TNA. Plus a couple of random TNA related questions from you guys are answered.

Then it’s on to the IMPACT review for another week. Abyss and his Cash for Monsters drive makes its debut, Joe the prop guy is all about caahhhhdddboard weapons, Jeff Nero Hardy joins the lads to explain the Willow gimmick and Rockstar Spud utterly owns IMPACT…again.

As always, thanks for listening and be sure to get involved with the show through all the usual channels. Oh and BUY SOME MERCH!

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Arctic Monkeys – View From The Afternoon

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MFX81 – The RAW Edition

MFX81 The RAW Edition is up! Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in WWE and life in general. On the show this week…

It’s Duckman’s birthday! It’s Sir Ian’s wife’s birthday! There’s a full review of the fantastic BBC documentary Insane Fight Club, which is about the Scottish promotion Insane Championship Wrestling. The lads loved this and so did the rest of the MFX Galaxy. All your feedback is covered, there’s a thought provoking email and a not so thought provoking story about Vince McMahon and an old pair of loaded underpants.

They wrap up the show with the review of RAW. There’s Heyman promo greatness, Taker high on ‘Just for Men’ hair dye, more loaded underpants, Hogan teaches Cena a few lessons and of course Raw was occupied. A fun show and a really fun review.

As always, thanks for listening and be sure to get involved with the show through all the usual channels. Oh, it’s Duckman’s birthday – so buy some merch!

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The Beatles – Happy Birthday

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MFX81 – The IMPACT Edition

MFX81 The IMPACT Edition is up! Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in TNA and life in general. On the show this week…

The lads kick off with news of Joel Ross being fired from WrestleTalk TV, which leads to an in-depth discussion on the way people use Twitter, freedom of speech and lots of other stuff that doesn’t relate to wrestling. All your feedback and emails are covered. Plus tons of the usual random MFX fun and games.

The IMPACT review is basically a Thundercats discussion…with some IMPACT chat thrown in for good measure. Look, IMPACT was pretty poor so they had amuse themselves, ok?

They wrap the show up with a review of the Lockdown PPV. The MFX TNA PPV panel make their debut on the show, there’s shocks and twists and turns and all kinds of stuff. It’s a TNA PPV so of course some of the booking is criminal, but it’s a fun review of a fun PPV.

As always, thanks for listening and be sure to get involved with the show through all the usual channels. Oh and BUY SOME MERCH!

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Go Your Own Way – Fleetwood Mac
Thundercats Theme

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MFX80 – The RAW Edition

MFX80 The RAW Edition is up! Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in WWE and life in general. On the show this week…

Duckman unlocks the WWE Network and quickly overdoses on wrestling. There’s a review of NXT Arrival. Sir Ian gives his thoughts on the Oscars and the lads fill out an online survey about Chris Benoit. It’s weird. Plus there’s all your feedback, emails (including a report from DDP’s recent UK show) and all the usual random MFX nonsense.

The RAW review wraps the show up for another week. The lads marvel at how well WWE managed the crowd and how terribly the smarks did in their high-jacking of the show. The Wyatts vs. The Shield delivers again and Bootista hates the world and everything in it. Another fun MFX review of what was a pretty fun edition of RAW.

As always, thanks for listening and be sure to get involved with the show through all the usual channels. Oh and BUY SOME MERCH!! #merchtoheaven

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Journey – Anyway You Want It

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MFX80 – The IMPACT Edition

MFX80 The IMPACT Edition is up! Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in TNA and life in general. On the show this week…

Sir Ian takes a trip down memory lane to Wrestlemania 8, Duckman surprises his brother for his birthday and good times ensue, all your feedback is discussed and because there’s not a lot going on in TNA at the moment, the lads end up discussing the Razzie awards and some of the worst films they’ve ever seen.

The IMPACT review wraps the show up. The editing of this show caused a rip in the space time continuum, which leaves the lads dazed, confused and giggling like school girls. James Storm and Gunner do not make a good singing duet, EC3’s evil twin makes an appearance, a German has sore bones and is beaten up by a Samoan, and there’s more references to movies than on IMDB. A below average episode of IMPACT but a better than average MFX review.

As always, thanks for listening and be sure to get involved in future shows through all the usual channels. Oh and BUY SOME MERCH!

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The Wombats – Kill The Director

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