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Raising the Briefcase No. 12 – The Passing of Giants

Rowdy Roddy Piper 4The Kings of Cast are back to discuss their memories of Dusty Rhodes and “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, as well as perhaps the final fall of Hulk Hogan. They also take the time to discuss the rise of Cesaro, the awesomeness of The New Day, the Divas Revolution, and a whole lot more in one of their epic 2 1/2 Hour Podcast Spectaculars! Listen in, Briefcase Nation!

Raising the Briefcase No. 10 – Briefcase of the Immortals

seth rollinsAfter what turned out to be quite a Wrestlemania, Ivan, Dave, and Matt sat down and talked for an exhaustive amount of time about the show and the implications thereof.  The best part of the podcast is how Ivan starts out by saying that this won’t be a typical long podcast, and it turns out to be super, super long.  Still, there’s a lot of entertainment here, and if you’re looking for funny and insightful wrestling discussion, you’ve come to the right place.

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Raising The Briefcase No. 5 – In the Time of Love and Suplexes

Brock Lesnar Suplex

After a brutal beating at the hands of Brock Lesnar, can John Cena overcome the odds and defeat the Beast Incarnate?!  Probably.  Or maybe, just maybe, something interesting will happen!  The Kings of Cast break down the aftermath of Summerslam, Breaking Bellas, and whether or not a race-centric stable works in the aftermath of Ferguson.

 

Raising the Briefcase No. 4 – Meet the New Champ, Same as the Old Champ

Cena shrugs in victory!
“What, me change or evolve?”

John Cena is champion again, shocking no one…but Chris Jericho is back!  But Daniel Bryan is still horribly injured…but AJ Lee is back!  Bad News Barrett got some bad news…but the Miz is back!  Can the returns of beloved (or in the Miz’s case, beloved only by Matt) superstars make up for the disappointments all around us?  Tune in to find out.

Recorded on July 5, 2014.