In this special Mr. 100 & the Five Star Man/pWu hybrid, Cape Championship Wrestling bigwig Jason Wells joins to the show to drop some exclusive CCW news - Fite TV's debut date, new wrestlers appearing at CCW Inferno, and more! The gang also plays "can you book them" and manages to not embarass themselves. WARNING - some brief strong language in this episode!
It's moving day! The Thursday gang is exhausted after moving boxes into the new PZ85 HQ, but it won't stop them from that patented banter wrapped in sweet sweet vulgarity. On tonight's show - moving stories, being mistaken for a child (guess which one!), Wonder Woman excitement, Scarecrow tales, and more!
Stride Pro Wrestling and Cape Championship Wrestling superstar "Farmer" Billy Hills is in the studio this week to answer your questions! We also talk about the awful RAW rating, the Bayley/Alexa Bliss abomination from Monday, more "dive" controversy, good news for Sean Waltman, and so much more! We also preview Extreme Rules (sorta) and this weekend's Stride show!
Remember the good old days of really angry PZ85 episodes? Vintage PZ85 time! People we probably will offend in this episode - Trump loving Republicans, the GOP, women who have interacted with Mr. 100, insurance companies, Dalton, obscure reference fans, straw haired skanks, and probably many more!
LOTS of news and notes to cover this week in our longest episode EVER! This week we try to make sense of the Matt Hardy/Impact feud, discuss the Mae Young Classic, remember the Macho Man Randy Savage, talk about Jinder Mahal making history, and more! We also recap NXT Takeover Chicago, Backlash, and Cape Championship Wrestling's Ashlynn McClure Memorial! For you CCW fans, you can find that discussion at around the 1 hour and 18 minute mark, but we hope you stay for the whole show!
This week Jesse joins the show to help Asa explain the DC Universe! Well, they try REALLY hard, anyway. We also continue to gush over Injustice 2, and kick off the show with some words about the tragedy in Manchester.
It's a sad day for the entertainment industry, as the Thursday gang say goodbye to legendary musician Chris Cornell. We try to lighten the mood with embarassing high school stories, chat room adventures, and that beloved Donald Trump rage.