Podcasts

MFX154 – MFX Men: Tales of Hound Dog Past

It’s that time once again – MFX is back to bring you the kind of loosely based around pro wrestling podcast that will tickle your funny bone until you squirt.  Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in pro wrestling, pop culture and everything in between.  On the show this week…

Full disclosure here folks: Duckman was pretty stoned during this show.  Unprofessional?  Maybe.  A damn good time?  Always!  The lads kick off with chat about the show becoming the new official podcast of Canadian passports (it makes sense when you hear it), there’s a preview of some fight that’s happening this weekend, not sure if you guys have heard about it.  Duckman reviews The Defenders and finally gets round to watching Logan – safe to say he loved them both.

There’s all your emails answered, with funny stories, drunken tales, Sir Ian being a hound dog and plenty more.  One of the most fun parts of the show as always – you get should get involved with MFX all the time.

Then it’s time for the WWE chat section of the show.  NXT Takeover and Summerslam are reviewed with one show being awesome and the other not so much.

As always the show is wrapped up with the Try Hard Ruler of the Week Award.  It’s a straight shootout between a dumb pervert and some hunters.

So sit back, relax and get your ear holes primed for some seriously entertaining MFX goodness.  The pro wrestling podcast that’s so good, you don’t even need to like pro wrestling to enjoy it!

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

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MFX153 – The Sir Ian With the Mid Life Crisis Tattoo

It’s that time once again – MFX is back to bring you the kind of loosely based around pro wrestling podcast that will tickle your funny bone until you squirt.  Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in pro wrestling, pop culture and everything in between.  On the show this week…

It’s been a few weeks since the last show and despite the best efforts of Fuckface Von Clownstick and his chubby Korean counterpart, the world hasn’t ended…yet.  The lads discuss the world we live in and whether this could be the beginning of the end.  Don’t worry it’s not as dramatic and downbeat as it sounds.  They kick the funny into a higher gear as Sir Ian and his wife get tattoos.  Sir Ian couldn’t be more of his element if he tried.

There’s tons of pop culture chat on the Netflix series GLOW, on other great TV shows the lads have watched recently.  Plus the MFX Galaxy set the tone for the show with their suggestions for topics of discussion including bad food experiences, Disco Inferno being a sad perv and so much more!  They also answer your emails which is always fun.

The lads preview WWE Summerslam and talk the build to all the matches and what they’ve liked and disliked.  There’s an in-depth chat about WWE’s recent booking and how it’s left the lads feeling really bored.

As always the show is wrapped up with the Try Hard Ruler of the Week Award.  It’s a four way battle between dumb kids, dumber kids, Pokémon type nonsense and a man with a broken heart.

So sit back, relax and get your ear holes primed for some seriously entertaining MFX goodness.  The pro wrestling podcast that’s so good, you don’t even need to like pro wrestling to enjoy it!

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

Follow MFX on social media:

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MFX145 – Seth Rollins is…The Estate Agent.

It’s that time once again – MFX is back to bring you the kind of loosely based around pro wrestling podcast that will tickle your funny bone until you squirt.  Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in pro wrestling, pop culture and everything in between.  On the show this week…

What’s this, an MFX podcast?  But we only got to hear the last one 6 weeks ago!  Well you’re in luck folks because a gap in their busy playboy lifestyles means the lads are back with an MFX show so packed full of pro wrestling and pod culture chat that it should come with a government health warning!

The lads discuss Duckman’s birthday – which is today!  They then get stuck into an indepth preview of WrestleMania.  They talk all the matches, the feuds and plenty more – including giving Seth Rollins an even more boring nickname than he already has, plus Sami Zayn gets a new gig working for a psychotic John Cena.  Ah, it’s good to have MFX back.  Plus there’s time for an update on the new IMPACT wrestling and some chat about what the future could hold for that permanently sinking ship.

So sit back, relax and get your ear holes primed for some seriously entertaining MFX goodness.  The pro wrestling podcast that’s so good, you don’t even need to like pro wrestling to enjoy it!

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

Follow MFX on social media:

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MFX143 – WWE Summerslam – Alternative Audio

It’s that time once again – MFX is back to bring you the kind of loosely based around pro wrestling podcast that will tickle your funny bone until you squirt.  Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in pro wrestling, pop culture and everything in between.  On the show this week…

The biggest party of the summer is here and the lads are joined by three weirdos to lend their expertise to their review of the show.  It doesn’t go well.  The lads talk the Olympics and a little politics before Duckman has a story about his brother and a drunk old woman at his back door.  After all that it’s time for Summerslam…four hours of Summerslam.  Don’t worry, we skipped some of the crappier stuff!  There’s good matches, bad matches, boring matches and some work/shoot Brock Lesnar shenanigans!  As always, the lads constantly veer off topic and bring the funny like no one else.

You’ve never experienced a WWE show until you’ve listened along to MFX.  So sit back, sync up the show with our commentary and find out how good a WWE PPV can be when it’s sound tracked by MFX.  We bring the funny, you bring the ears.

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

Follow MFX on social media:

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MFX142 – WWE Battleground – Alternative Audio

It’s that time once again – MFX is back to bring you the kind of loosely based around pro wrestling podcast that will tickle your funny bone until you squirt.  Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in pro wrestling, pop culture and everything in between.  On the show this week…

It’s a big PPV event from WWE and that means it’s a big week for MFX!  We’re rocking back into your lives with our alternative audio commentary of WWE’s Battleground PPV.  It’s the first WWE show of the post brand split era.  Will that mean anything?  Will the lads enjoy the show?  Will they spend most of the time talking about any apart from the show?  Tune in and find out!

You’ve never experienced a WWE show until you’ve listened along to MFX.  So sit back, sync up the show with our commentary and find out how good a WWE PPV can be when it’s sound tracked by MFX.  We bring the funny, you bring the ears.

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

Follow MFX on social media:

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MFX137 – WrestleMania 32 Alternative Audio Show

Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in pro wrestling, pop culture and everything in between.  On the show this week…

Well it’s finally here.  After many, many confusing and disappointing miles, we’ve made it to the end of the road…it’s WRESTLEMANIA, baby!!!!  The biggest show in WWE history for gate receipts and number of tickets sold has had us on a rocky road, but with the showcase of the immortals finally here, it’s time to sit back, sync up your version of WrestleMania 32 with our audio and experience WrestleMania 32 as we do – LIVE!

This’ll be our longest show ever, with WrestleMania 32 clocking in at over 4 hours long!  Will Roman Reigns’ skeleton be shaken from his body due to the booing of 85,000 fans?  Just how tanned will HHH be?  And just how ridiculous will his entrance end up being?  Will Shane McMahon jump off something high and will The Rock cut a movie promoting promo of epic proportions?  Join us as we answer these questions and more!  It’s time for WrestleMania 32, please forgive the lads for any mark out moments, there’s bound to be a few!  Hopefully…

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

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MFX135 – Row-Man and Dingy Fight The Monster (Fastlane Commentary Show)

It’s that time of the month again – WWE have a PPV and Duckman and Sir Ian watch the show and comment in real time.  It’s Fastlane, the last PPV before WrestleMania, so expect a few rubbish matches, a twenty-minute RAW segment that goes on far too long and plenty of giggles as Duckman and Sir Ian bring their own brand of commentary to a WWE show.

There’s an appearance and song by Rybitch and Jeff Nero Hardy – inspired by the booking leading up to Fastlane, it’s called Re-Imagine and it’s amazing.

Then Sir Ian arrives to save Duckman and they get on with watching Fastlane and marking out at so much fun stuff.  You haven’t enjoyed a WWE PPV until you’ve listened to it with MFX commentary.  So sync up your video of Fastlane and let Duckman and Sir Ian improve a WWE PPV by 500%

Thanks for listening and be sure to get involved with the show through all the usual channels.

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MFX132 – A Right Royal Rumble

Surprise!  MFX is back with the first show of 2016 and we’re doing something different to kick off our new year.  It’s time for Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps to guide you through the wonder that is WWE’s Royal Rumble PPV event!  The road to WrestleMania starts here and Duckman and Sir Ian are driving the fun bus all the way to Dallas.

We’re breaking ground (yep, another WWE pun) here as Duckman and Sir Ian watch the Royal Rumble and record their thoughts as the show goes on.  It’s fun, it’s insightful, it’s silly and it’s MFX talking wrestling as only we can.

So sit back, fire up the Royal Rumble, sync it up with our commentary and get ready to experience the Royal Rumble in a whole new way!

We’re looking for your feedback on this show, cause if you like it, it’s something we’ll do again in the future.

As always, thanks for listening and let’s get our Royal Rumble on!

Layin' The Quackdown, MFX Ramblings

7 Months of Smark.

Is it just me, or is anyone else completely stunned that we’re already more than half way through 2015?  I’m guessing an inevitable side effect on being the wrong side of 30 (and not that far off 35) is that time seems to pass by at any ever increasing rate.  It feels like I’m running a race and the clock keeps ticking faster as the track gets longer with each lap.  With the year flying past, there’s been a lyric from a song I can’t remember the name of going through my head.  It goes: “you’d be amazed at what you don’t achieve in year.”

Unfortunately, the sum total of my achievements this year has been to be diagnosed as a type 2 diabetic, complete the game Batman: Arkham City (which I first bought in 2011), and get to the top of the UFC prediction league on the MFX forums.  While none of things are particularly noteworthy or indeed worthwhile, they’re the closest I’ve got to an achievement in 2015.

Actually that’s not strictly true.  I have also lost a ton of weight, stopped smoking, started doing DDP Yoga on a regular basis and begun living a much healthier lifestyle (guess which one of my ‘achievements’ triggered that?  No, it wasn’t Batman, you moron).  These aren’t technically achievements.  They’re more like on-going struggles.  I haven’t finished any of them yet; unlike the Batman game.

So with my mood suitably reflective and self-deprecating, and with no inspiration jumping out at me, I thought I’d take a look back at the first half of the year in the world of professional wrestling (or sports entertainment to you dirty, clueless millennials out there) and see just what I’ve learned in the last seven or so months.

That’s right, I’m going to go back over shit you’ve all previously experienced, make some funny comments on it, and pretend it’s not a giant waste of everyone’s time.  If you pretend that as well, you’ll enjoy the next few minutes of your life a lot more.  So let’s get to it, shall we?

Brock Smash – people mark out.

There are a lot of positives to be said about Brock Lesnar.  He’s the biggest babyface in WWE today.  He’s the only wrestler on the roster who wrestles anything other than ‘WWE style 101.’  He isn’t Randy Orton.  He’s the only guy on the roster who is presented as something special.  He’s an attraction.  He’s a draw.  He’s protected in booking.  He’s the reason we get Paul Heyman promos on TV.  He’s everything top stars in WWE used to be before the even-steven, parity booking era began and everyone became a glorified mid-carder.

I love Brock Lesnar.  He’s everything a bad ass pro-wrestler should be.  He smashes and people mark out.  He’s also soon to be entering the alternative summer Olympics in the car door discus event (small children please stand at least 100 feet away).  He’s one of a small handful of things still worth watching on WWE TV.  In the last six months he’s worked two matches and appeared on a handful of shows and he’s never been more over.  Brock’s money and in a pro-wrestling landscape with so few money drawing stars, I’d argue there’s no one more important to WWE on their roster at the moment than Brock.  No, I’m not just saying that because he terrifies me…honestly.

J and J Security Aren’t Being Paid Enough.

You can’t mention Brock without mentioning his two current favourite chew toys – Jamie Noble and Joey Mercury.  Their act (midget security guards) was riotously funny when it first started.  I mean come on; I’ve picked bigger things than Joey Mercury out of my teeth.  But it’s been their willingness (or maybe not) to be Brock’s weekly sacrificial lambs that really shows that they aren’t being paid enough.  Be it broken ribs, stitches in their backs from broken glass, being dropped on their heads on a car bonnet, or just the general “oh fuck my life is going to end” situations Brock puts them in every week, J and J go above and beyond the call of duty every week and for that, I salute them.

The sooner (new) Divas get a chance, the better.

Alright Nikki Bella, enough.  No, seriously ENOUGH!  We get it; your man is the top dog.  You can do whatever you want, but come on.  Ok, so you’ve improved markedly in the ring in recent times (from fuck awful to piss poor) but even you must see that breaking AJ Lee’s longest reign as Divas Champion is less to do with your talent and all to do with sticking one up CM Punk (figuratively of course).

The main roster Divas division is a mess.  A mash up of angles and characters to link into the next season of Total Divas, with a few talented workers sprinkled in for good measure, who are all given less time to work a match than it takes to make a piece of toast.  Oh and none of them are heels or babyfaces, they’re just all bitches – catty, annoying, fake bitches.  Yay for gender equality in WWE in 2015 everyone.

It’s a sad state of affairs when the biggest female star you have anything to do with is from another sport, has appeared on one major PPV this year and that 10 minute appearance is more memorable than ANY of Nikki Bella’s near 300 days as champion.  Give Divas a chance?  More like give Divas a defibrillator and keep zapping them and yelling “CLEAR” until Sasha, Becky and Charlotte get the long awaited call up and HHH convinces the old man to give these women some characters and some match time.

Oh and someone PLEASE tell Paige that the rings are miked these days and if she’s heard on TV one more time saying, “ok, ready?” before doing a spot, she’s going back to the carny circuit in Norwich (a small fishing community, two hours’ drive from London – Michael Cole, UK Tourist Advisory Board) until the end of time.

Love Affair Angles Don’t Work.

Hey Rusev, remember when you were a bad ass, scary, real heat getting monster?  Remember when you had that awesome double act with Lana and how you both looked destined for years in the WWE main event scene and WWE Title reign looked all but certain for your future?  Man, good times.  I couldn’t see anything derailing that…Oh hey pointless Lana babyface turn, what are you doing here?  Oh hey Dolph – nice high school bad girl from every 1980’s teen movie dress sense.  Oh, goodbye Rusev’s character, heat and push.  Yo, mid-card obscurity – shit there’s LOADS of guys in here.  You sure there’s room for three more and Summer Rae?  There is?  Oh awesome!

PODCASTS!!  WE NEED MORE PODCASTS!

JR, Stone Cold, Taz, Ric Flair, Roddy Piper, Chris Jericho, Konnan, Jim Cornette, Kevin Kelly, JOSH FUCKING MATTHEWS!!!  EVERY WRESTLING SITE ON THE WEB: fan ones, smark ones, mark ones.  You know what the world needs?  MORE WRESTLING PODCASTS!!!  I swear to God, we’re only missing a Dixie Carter podcast and the circle will be complete and the world as we know it will be sucked into an audio black hole from which it will never return.  Oh yeah don’t forget to go listen to my podcast which sometimes covers pro wrestling…

NJPW equals match of the year.

Ok, I admit it; I’m a long-time fan of NJPW.  I think it’s the greatest thing in the world.  My smug sense of self-satisfaction actually powers the laptop on which I watch New Japan World.  I’m the IWC equivalent of a hipster and you have every reason to hate me for it.  But if I’ve learnt anything this year, it’s that when it comes to incredible wrestling matches, New Japan rules the world.  If you want to see what all the fuss is about, check out these matches:  Nakamura v Ibushi (Wrestle Kingdom 9), Okada vs. Tanahashi (Wrestle Kingdom 9), Honma vs. Ishii (New Beginning in Sendai), Kyle O’Reilly vs. KUSHIDA (Best of the Super Jnr final), and Okada vs. AJ Styles (Dominion PPV).  Honestly, they’re what makes pro wrestling so special and you’ll understand that this isn’t just a lifestyle choice (like being a hipster) being a NJPW fan is a way of life.  Plus our beards are much less punchable.  Come join us!

Video game style wrestling is here to stay.

I know it’ll make JR cry into his bbq trough but it’s true; the video game style of pro wrestling is here to stay.  So that means more quickness, more high spots, more big dives, more big moves, less selling and more Young Bucks.  It’s not for everyone, but it’s certainly for someone because along with Lucha Underground these unashamed spot monkeys are no selling their way to fortune and glory.  Plus it’s damn entertaining to watch.  If you can convince yourself that it’s not real people you’re watching and that kicking out of a Meltzer driver is something everyone should do and a move that devastating doesn’t automatically mean total death – it actually means five more minutes of insane moves and no selling – then YAY you’re going to LOVE wrestling in 2015!!

The most devastating finish of 2015 – THE SCHOOL BOY ROLL UP!

I’m not sure when the memo went around; it was probably around the same time Vince sent that one to the announcers about not using the words ring, wrestling, match, crowd, ropes, moves or Cena when calling a match.  These days, being a WWE commentator is like playing one of those boring parlour games you played as a kid when the power went out.  Ok, you have to describe this movie, without using any of the words in the title, naming any of the stars and you can’t describe the plot.  Go!  Is it Star Wars?  It is Star Wars, you win!  You’re right son, this game sucks.

Anyway, this year the decree from atop Mount McInsanity is EVERY SINGLE MATCH must end with at least two of the following two things – a babyface being distracted by something dumb (like his own face on a t-shirt in the crowd, or a dog with a poufy tail) and then being hit with the move to end all moves – the school boy roll up of DOOM!  Honestly, I’ve seen that finish so often this year I’m starting to think an actual school boy is booking pro-wrestling these days and trying to make his finisher more over than the stunner was back in the day (before John Cena invented the special needs springboard version).

TNA Will Not Die.

Despite the best efforts of everyone involved in the management, promotion and creative sides of TNA, the little company that couldn’t still remains alive as we move towards the second half of the year.  Whether it makes it to the end of 2015 is another matter.  Then again, people have been predicting the end of TNA (myself included) since about half way through their first weekly PPV and they’re still going.  Maybe a half-hearted feud with Jeff Jarrett his Harlem Global Force Trotters will be the thing that saves TNA.  Who knows?  At this point they’ve really just got to roll as many dice as they can and hope that something changes from the last decade, cause THIS TIME it really feels like time is running out.  God speed TNA, God speed.

Fat is Cool – The Rise of Kevin Owens.

If you asked Vince McMahon to draw the worst possible example of a WWE Superstar he could imagine, he’d draw Kevin Owens.  Fat, bearded, smug, CANADIAN, Indy darling.  That’s easily five of Vince’s top ten most hated things a human can be.  To say the rise and success of Kevin Owens has been a surprise, would be like saying Donald Trump celebrating Cinco de Mayo by NOT calling everyone a rapist is somewhat unexpected.

I don’t know how HHH convinced Vince to give Owens a spot in NXT, let alone a spot on the main roster against John Cena (and pinning him clean for fucks sake) but he did.  I guess if HHH could convince himself that Chyna was a hot woman back in the day, he can do anything.  And good for him because with the rise of Kevin Owens on the main roster we’ve seen the best of him, the best of John Cena and a little glimmer of hope to all us fatties that one day we two could be main eventing in WWE.

John Cena most certainly doesn’t suck.

Yeah, you heard right – John Cena doesn’t suck.  You can keep doing your worn out chant and acting like the cool kid in school picking on the nerd who’s popular with all the hot girls, but you’re wrong.  In 2015 John Cena has done to more to put over young talent on TV than any other top star in his position has in history.  Seriously, this US Title open challenge has seen Cena reimagined (copyright wanky Hollywood producers) as a guy who puts on incredible matches, makes the young guy look like a million bucks in the process, and helps the long and usually unsuccessful attempt at creating a new star.

Ok, he’s not perfect.  His overall character is still neon, annoying and more sickly sweet than a vat of sucrose.  But you can’t deny that in 2015, John Cena is doing everything in his power to help some of the new talent come up and be established as stars.  You can’t blame him if Vince’s books him to win all the time and some of his recent feuds haven’t exactly done the other guy much good in the long run (Wyatt and Rusev spring to mind).  But on the flip side are Owens and Cesaro – two guys who in the space of a few matches have the opportunity (thanks to working with Cena) to become true top guys.

You can argue if they will or they won’t and the road blocks in their way (Vince) all you want, but the fact remains Cena is putting these guys over (which doesn’t just mean being pinned by them – there’s more to putting someone over than that).  He’s at least helping to put them into the position to see if they can be true top guys.  I’d expect to see Cena keep doing that for the rest of the year, to keep putting on match of the year candidates, and to keep proving to short sighted and moronic fans that John Cena most certainly doesn’t suck.

So there you have it, a few things I’ve learnt so far in 2015 when it comes to pro-wrestling.  Here’s hoping the next six months provide as many good matches, break out stars, fun moments and MORE BROCK, as the first six months of the year did.

As for me?  I’m going back to work on getting my upgrade to type 1 diabetes (I’m kidding – I’m actually kicking this things ass with medication and lifestyle changes), getting hold of Batman: Arkham Knight, and continuing my dominance at the top of the UFC prediction league on the MFX forums.

Speaking of which, you can come join the forums by clicking on the ‘community’ link on the site here.  There’s tons of great people, topics, games and other forum based fun for you to waste these precious, fleeting moments we have on planet earth.

There’s also other blogs here (much more informative and less self-hating than mine) which you guys are all encouraged to read and indeed write.  We’ve got an open door policy here, you want to write something?  Cool, email us the details (mfx.show@gmail.com) and we’ll get you all set up.

And I can’t round out my shameless plugs without encouraging you all to check out the latest MFX Podcast.  Yes, it’s more entertaining than all the ones I buried earlier, plus it’s guaranteed to make you laugh.  Either thanks to Sir Ian Trumps and my incredibly entertaining banter, or by the notion that we thought anyone would actually be entertained by our clueless rambling.  So check out the new show, check out the old shows and bring a bit of MFX goodness into your life.

As always, thanks for reading and if you want to leave some comments below, go for it!

Until next time…

Peace

Duckman

Podcasts

MFX123 – We’ll See You in Dolphin Court

Don’t worry, your eyes and ears don’t deceive you – there’s a NEW MFX show and it’s as awesome as always (and full of alliteration)!  Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in this weird world we live in.  On the show this week…

The lads discuss the legalisation of gay marriage in the US, the opposition to it and the changes society has undergone in recent times.  They talk about the battles of humanity when it comes to religion, race and sexuality and wonder if the entirety of human existence is just some alien’s failed school science project.

They take things in a less intense direction as Sir Ian reviews the movies Jurassic World and Knock Knock.  Duckman chimes in with his love of the TV shows Justified and Silicon Valley.  Plus the lads answer your emails and we learn all about Sir Ian’s time as the top heel in an American high school soccer league.

Duckman pays tribute to the late, great Dusty Rhodes and raves about how much fun WWE’s recent Beast in the East show was.  The lads quickly cover the latest departures and uncertainty in TNA and there’s all the latest on Hulk Hogan’s sex tape trial.

The show wraps up this week with a very one sided edition of the Try Hard Ruler of the Week.

As always, thanks for listening and be sure to get involved with the show through all the usual channels.  Please be sure to spread the word of MFX by telling your friends about us and sharing our links across social media.  Cheers!