MFX45 – The comeback…again
Has it really only been five weeks since the last MFX podcast? We don’t know about you guys, but it’s felt like five months to us. But fear not true believers, Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps are back and we’re bringing you a bumper show as a special thank you for waiting so patiently for our return.
So what’s on the show this week? Well, we’ve got all the news from Sir Ian’s stag week in Bulgaria, as well as his wedding. We hear all about Sir Ian’s big day and it truly brings a tear to the eye. Then Duckman tells his story about meeting Mick Foley, which isn’t as romantic. We finish off the opening part of the show with the big reveal about what happened with the so called ‘network’ The Universal Takeover Sports Network and their CEO and President Bobby Johnson. That’s right folks, we’re off the network after only one month and we both bring shovels to bury everyone involved.
Then it’s on to some wrestling chat. We review TNA Impact from the 16th May but of course it’s MFX and we’ve been away for over a month, so everything breaks down quite quickly into chaos and mayhem.
WWE’s Extreme Rules PPV is also given the full MFX treatment. It was a fun show with some good matches that was spoiled by one terrible finish. We also talk in depth about Brock Lesnar and WWE’s booking of him since his return. Plus it’s a real Shield love in as we continue to be amazed WWE haven’t ruined this great stable and angle yet!
We finish off the show this week with a review of Monday Night Raw. We talk Ryback’s cool mobile, crappy WWE films, Danny Glover, the new Paul Heyman guy and Duckman marks out like crazy to the six man tag match. Plus we talk in detail about WWE’s need to build new stars and how this transitional period might not be a lot of fun now, but should be worth it in the long run…we hope.
So what are you all waiting for? It’s MFX45 and we’re back!!! Get listening, get laughing and join us as we MFX the week in wrestling as only we can. It’s good to be back!
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