MFX73 – The IMPACT Edition

MFX73 The Impact Edition is up!!

The bleak days of January are relentless and grey. Thankfully, MFX73 IMPACT Edition is here to warm your soul and tickle your funny bone. Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in TNA and life in general.

On the show this week…

They kick the show off with more complaining about horrible new year diets – even Duckman has jumped on the healthy living bandwagon. The lads quiz Ryback about his latest Twitter meltdown and try to get to the truth of what is happening to the Big Guy. They take a look at two new articles on Single Leg Takedown Wrestling, as well as discuss your feedback to last week’s shows. There’s TNA questions from you guys, plus a chat about Jesse Sorensen’s recent shoot interview with Highspots and Dixie Carter’s actions towards him.

Then it’s on to the IMPACT review for this week. This is MFX’s Randy Newman tribute episode. Duckman and Sir Ian try to use the song, ‘You’ve Got a Friend In Me’ in nearly every segment. Well, they had to do something to amuse themselves while reviewing this terrible, terrible show. Dixie Carter owns the world, TNA has no babyfaces of worth and AJ Styles vs. Magnus is so overbooked and dumb, even Vince Russo would blush. A poor show but a tremendous review!

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


Joan Jett – Bad Reputation.


MFX Show 64

MFX64 – A Week of Rubbish Wrestling.

Celebrate good times, come on!! MFX is back in your lives for another week. You can thank us later.

Join your heroes, Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in wrestling and life in general in a non-stop riot of hilarity.

They kick off with tales of Sir Ian’s interaction with poor people, which evolves into a discussion on benefit reform and other socio-political discussion. Yeah, we’re a bit different from other wrestling podcasts – that’s for damn sure. Once the heavy stuff is out the way it’s the MFX show opening you know and love. Tons of feedback from the listeners leads to loads of funny moments as always. Plus there’s a review of HHH’s new career retrospective DVD.

IMPACT review is next up. Will Hulk Hogan get on The Dixie Train? Will Sting declare his undying love for sexy Magnus? Will Sir Ian care about anything TNA do? You’ll have to listen to find out!

Then it’s on to the Battleground review. Sorry folks, even MFX can’t make that show entertaining.

The show is wrapped up, as always, with a review of Monday Night Raw. Big Show stops crying, the same matches from the PPV are here for free and Hunch makes his return to MFX. All that plus JBL loves bullying and tons more of the usual MFX nonsense you’ve come to know and love.

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

Scroobius Pip – Get Better
Cast – Walk Away
The Audience – A Pessimist is Never Disappointed


MFX Show 63

MFX63 – Raw is Hunch.

In the words of Macho Man Randy Savage, “Hey Steph, get your lips around this…” oh wait, not that quote. “Oh yeeeaaahhhhh,” that’s one. Oh yeeeeeaaaaahhhhh, we’re back!!

It’s MFX time once again which means it’s time for the single most entertaining and NSFW wrestling podcast in the world. Don’t take our word for it, come listen and find out for yourself.

Another packed show this week folks with our usual reviews of IMPACT and RAW. Plus all the regular MFX fun and games with your emails, feedback, topics for discussion and all that good stuff. We talk Total Divas (which is becoming an addiction), we also talk about Hulk Hogan’s contract with TNA expiring as well as the Twitter war between Reby Sky and Awesome Kong and SO MUCH MORE!!

So what are you waiting for? Tune in and enjoy another healthy dose of laughs, impressions, surreal tangents and even a little insight into the world of professional wrestling. NOTE – insight may not be included.

Enjoy the show folks, get in touch through all the usual channels and BUY SOME MERCH!

Thanks for listening.

Respect – Aretha Franklin
We Gotta Get Out Of This Place – The Animals


MFX Show 62

MFX62 – We Go Beyond The Bell.

Normally we do a big intro here, but most of you don’t read it and this show stands on its own merits. It doesn’t need any more hype than this:

Drunk Marc Abrigo fights back. Skelly fails with an email. The MFX Galaxy are once again forced into buying merchandise. Duckman steps into the world of Total Divas. Sir Ian reviews the autobiography of Screech from Saved By The Bell…and that’s just the show opening.

IMPACT is reviewed early on a Sunday morning, which results in unrelenting hilarity and great energy. Then Dixie Carter vs. AJ Styles work/shoot rubbish happens and we give up on TNA. Sir Ian is broken. Officially.

Time for RAW – The Shield vs. The World, more of Miz’s Dad, JBL and Big Show exchange texts about beating up Miz, Gameboy returns and Ryback annoys CM Punk. One of our most fun reviews of RAW in a long time.

See, such little hype. So dive in yourself. Join Sir Ian and Duckman as we traverse the week in wrestling. No one does this like us. Mainly because they’re non smarky, professional people and we’re two idiots who spend too much time laughing about childish rubbish.

Thanks for listening. Be sure to get involved in next week’s show through all the usual channels. Oh and BUY SOME MERCH!!


Saved By The Bell theme
The Libertines – Can’t Stand Me Now


MFX Show 61

MFX61 – The Ballad Of Three Pint Betty.

We know the last week has felt like an eternity. You’ve been sitting there, refreshing ITunes and Stitcher every day, hoping and praying that maybe today would be the day MFX returned. Well, today is that day!! The only wrestling podcast that leaves your sides hurting from laughter and your brain buzzing from insight into the sport you know and love is BACK!!

Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in wrestling and life in general as only they can – hilariously.

The show kicks off with tales of Duckman getting drunk, Sir Ian eating snails and we hear all about Sir Ian’s trip to London to meet some of the MFX Galaxy. We learn all about just how little booze Marc Abrigo can handle and his new nickname inspired the title of the show this week.

Plus there’s all your feedback and emails, including the return of one of Duckman and Sir Ian’s favourite people on planet earth – the legend that is Skelly! Yep, the first hour of the show has no mention of wrestling. What? It’s MFX – you know how we do this.

Fear not, the rest of the show is jam packed with the most entertaining reviews of TNA No Surrender, WWE Night of Champions and Monday Night Raw that you will hear anywhere.

We’re back, we’re rocking and you’re welcome.

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


Last of the Big Time Drinkers – The Stereophonics.
The Beginning Of The Twist – Futureheads.
My Happy Ending – Avril Lavigne


MFX Show 60

MFX60 – Who The F**K Is Allen Jones?

Batten down the hatches, pour yourself a drink, light one up, sit back and relax as the single most entertaining wrestling podcast on the internet returns for another week. That’s right you luck people – MFX IS BACK!

Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in WWE and TNA as only they can – with tons of jokes and plenty of salty language.

They kick the show off this week by talking about transfer deadline day, movies, Duckman’s nephew, new MFX merch. So pretty much anything apart from wrestling. Don’t worry though, there’s some of that too as they discuss AJ Styles contract renewal with TNA. Plus they discuss the possibility of Goldberg and Sting appearing at Wrestlemania 30.

Then it’s on to IMPACT. This show sucked. Seriously, it was terrible. Well the matches were great, but the rest was horrible. The review is the complete opposite. We find out who Allen Jones is and why AJ Style would make a terrible Batman. Oh and they openly mock the messed up Bound for Glory Series and Hulk Hogan’s rambling promo that they built the whole show around. A terrible show.

At least they enjoyed RAW. In fact they positively loved the show. Loads of talk about the Bryan/Orton/HHH/Big Show angles, as well as lots of time to make fun of boring Curtis Axel, Ryback and of course Nee Nor.

This is the last MFX for a week as Sir Ian is away on business next week, but don’t worry, this show is so great it’ll keep you going for two weeks.

As always, thanks for listening, get involved with future shows through the usual channels. AND BUY A T-SHIRT!

Collapsed Lung – Eat My Goal


MFX Show 59

MFX59 – Better Than Perfect.

We’re a day later than normal but fear not MFX Galaxy, this week’s show is a sure fire classic. Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in wrestling as only they can.

The show kicks off with Duckman’s review of An Evening with Jim Ross he attended in Glasgow this week. As usual the show descends into chaos with talk of summer movies, your feedback on last week’s show and your emails. They do cover some wrestling news – well they bury the messed up Bound for Glory Series, laugh heartily at Hulk Hogan’s idea to improve TNA and we say goodbye to Todd DiBiase – he will be missed, if not really remembered.

Then it’s on to IMPACT. Time for AJ Styles to get confusing. The two Brooke controversy. Wrestlers in jeans and more!

The show ends on a high this week with a fun episode of RAW and an even more fun review of it. Simple as that really.

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

Who Are You? – The Who
With A Little Help From My Friends – Joe Cocker


MFX Show 58

MFX58 – Bye Bye Brick Hogan, Our Guy.

We thought when TNA let DOC go that 40% of our jokes on the IMPACT review had gone. Well, say goodbye to the other 60% because TNA released Brick Hogan. What a tragedy. In honour of Brick’s memory, every song on the show this week will be in tribute to Brick. She’s gone, but never forgotten.

It’s MFX58 folks and while our hearts may be broken at the loss of Brick, there’s still plenty to love about MFX this week. Join your heroes as they traverse the week in WWE and TNA as only they can.

They kick the show off this week with talk about the loss of Brick. There’s all your feedback, emails and other comments. We hear about Sir Ian’s night clubbing, which didn’t go well. Duckman shares a report on Ric Flair getting drunk off his ass and high jacking a Q and A session for the new WWE 2K14 game. Plus they find out why Christian doesn’t like blue dots.

It’s time for the IMPACT review. The show was Hardcore Justice. The matches were good. The segments and storylines…not so much. Story of the last six months in TNA really. The review is fun, Chris Sabin Man-Child is back and there’s plenty of other gigglesome moments for you to enjoy.

Summerslam review is so much fun. A great show, with great matches and a Ryback skit that could spell the end of Ryback’s friendship with Nee Nor!

They wrap the show up this week with a review of Monday Night Raw. It’s a fun show, with some interesting discussion on the future storylines in WWE. Then Ryback appears in a shower skit and the whole show goes to hell!

As always, thanks for listening and enjoy the show!

Bye Bye Brick Hogan, Our Guy – Sir Ian Trumps/Jeff Nero Hardy
Another brick in the wall – Pink Floyd
Brick by boring brick – Paramore
Brick – Ben Folds Five


MFX Show 57


MFX57 – Hey, this is Kurt and BEEP….

That’s right folks, MFX is BACK and ready to bring you another full on, impression filled, snarktastic wrestling podcast like no other!

Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in wrestling as only they can.  Sir Ian tells us about his trip to Newcastle, Duckman scares Sir Ian with a couple of creepy stories.  There’s loads of listener comments and other fun stuff to discuss.

They do get around to talking wrestling in the opening part of the show, which ends up in an in-depth and probably quite confusing discussion about WWE’s finances and their false claim of 20 million viewers last week.  Fear not though MFX Galaxy, there’s plenty of laughs to be had about Hulk Hogan: The Movie!

Then it’s on to IMPACT.  Sir Ian has pretty much checked out with IMPACT these days.  Although Taz making his return does cheer him up.  It’s the usual MFX review of IMPACT with plenty of fun times, songs, impressions and Kurt Angle leaves a lot of voice mails.

They wrap the show up this week with their review of Monday Night Raw.  It’s the go-home show for Summerslam, so expect two good segments, some pointless matches and an Edge tribute video, featuring Christian.  Yep, Raw was ok but this review is so much more entertaining!

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


Movies – Alien Ant Farm

When The Going Gets Tough – Billy Ocean


MFX Show 56

MFX56 – Tales from the Emergency Room.

You know how last week everyone freaked out because MFX was up a day early? Check us out, we’re posting on TUESDAY this week! That’s right, TUESDAY!

Join your heroes Duckman and Sir Ian Trumps as they traverse the week in life and professional wrestling in a fashion that’s so comedic, it’ll render all other jokes obsolete.

They kick the show off this week with talk about Sir Ian’s trip to the emergency room with kidney stones. Duckman joins the medical kick as he talks about his trip to the osteopath to cure his bad back. They talk your feedback, emails and some of the big stories in the world of wrestling including Randy Orton being attacked by a fan, Kurt Angle’s DUI and the big reveal on IMPACT this week.

Then it’s on to the IMPACT review. This was a newsworthy and controversial episode of IMPACT and we hold nothing back. This is a really fun review, which always descends into chaos, mayhem and jokes about Garrett Bischoff.

They wrap the show up with the RAW review. So it’s more greatness from CM Punk and Brock Lesnar, a weird but effective promo by John Cena and that was really about it. So MFX fill the time with the usual Ryback and Nee Nor tomfoolery. The HHH/Brad Maddox/Gameboy saga continues. There’s some reality TV stars to make fun and a ton more.

Sir Ian was really ill this week and he manned up to record MFX, so be sure to send him your best wishes and laugh along as MFX tear up the week in WWE and TNA in the only way they know how.

Thanks for listening and be sure to get involved in next week’s show through all the usual channels.


Goodbye Doc – Sir Ian Trumps
Don’t Believe The Hype – Public Enemy