You lucky, lucky people! That’s right folks, it’s that time of the week once again – MFX is BACK! Your favourite once in a week time wrestling podcast returns with a show so packed full of hilarity, wrestling discussion, show reviews and all the usual MFX goodness that we can’t be held responsible if the entertainment receptors in your brain explode from over stimulation. In other words – it’s another cracking MFX podcast that will leave you gasping for air and begging for more!
Duckman and Sir Ian kicks things off with a self congratulatory look at all your feedback on last week’s show. Honestly, MFX Galaxy, you’re too kind! Plus Sir Ian is insulted in the feedback which makes Duckman’s day! We then review the fantastic documentary The British Wrestler which stars your soon to be new favourite wrestler Grado on his quest to get a main event match with the renegade Scottish promotion, Insane Championship Wrestling. This is one of the most entertaining and downright hilarious documentaries we’ve ever seen on pro wrestling. Grado is a star and The British Wrestler is rated “see it now” by MFX! So go see it – NOW!
Of course it wouldn’t be MFX without a review of all the happenings in TNA and WWE. First off Impact gets the usual MFX treatment. We look at the first Impact following Bound for Glory. We discuss the show and how nothing much of note really happened. You’ll be pleased to know we make fun of Jeff Hardy’s speech patterns, Hulk Hogan’s sex tape and his lack of memory and so much other fun stuff that this could be one of our favourite TNA segments on MFX this year.
We then get into a long and probably too in-depth discussion on the Aces and Eights angle and TNA in general. We look at TNA’s direction of having much closer ties with the UK and what this could mean for the company. Plus we try to figure out what TNA need to do to take the next step as a company and whether bringing in a huge star would make any long term difference. It’s a detailed and serious discussion on the state of TNA in 2012 – not many rude jokes in this part of the show, which is unusual for us.
We wrap things up with a look at Monday Night Raw which was the go home show for this weekend’s Hell in the Cell PPV. The show was pretty terrible with only Ryback/Punk being entertaining and the entire AJ resigns angle being one of the most pointless, out of the blue, poorly executed and badly plotted angles in WWE this year…and that’s saying something. MFX no like this show, we no like it a lot. Raw might’ve been a bit rubbish but at least our review will keep you entertained!
So what are you waiting for? Be like Grado and grab the opportunity when it comes along. Which means go listen to MFX22 and find out for yourself just why so many Mexican robots love this podcast!
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