Well, maybe not forever. Still, things look grim as the boys talk about the retirement of Daniel Bryan and express his importance in their wrestling lives, the re-rise of Roman Reigns, the return of the Mac, why Undertaker would want to kill Shane-O in the first place, and how NXT Takeover: Dallas is almost certainly going to be better than Wrestlemania. Also, Ivan goes on a bit of a rant about how awesome Lucha Underground is.
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While we may be celebrating 25 years of the Undertaker, it certainly doesn’t feel that way. The Deadman feels like a bit of an afterthought this year, while the new WWE World Heavyweight Championship tournament has taken center stage. As it comes to a head tonight, the Kings of Cast discuss the injury of Seth Rollins, predict the winner of Survivor Series (it’s Roman Reigns, silly!), wonder about the future of Tyler Breeze, and make a failed reference to Schrodinger’s Cat. Enjoy and tell your friends!
A few hours before Hell in a Cell begins, listen to the Kings of Cast break down the card! They also gush about Takeover: Respect, wonder if they’ve we’ve witnessed Sting’s final match, create the Wyatt Family Jugband Jamboree, and decide who the next John Cena is. The answer, of course, is his Latino cousin, Juan Cena.
Alternatively, listen to the show AFTER Hell in a Cell, and see how wrong we were. The choice is yours! People Power!
Wow, this episode ended up being pretty long. Still, there’s not much downtime in this shockingly full show. The guys discuss the eleven released WWE employees (NOT JTG!), Stardust, the break-up of The Shield, potential Money in the Bank winners, and debuting Matt’s new favorite segment, The Rusev Report!
In the aftermath of Payback, the Kings of Cast discuss the lead-up and execution of the newest pay-per-view/WWE Special. Some hopefully well-thought-out fantasy booking ensues, the boys disagree about Brie Bella, and try to figure out what’s next for the Shield.
It’s a working title, but we couldn’t wait any longer to get into the insane world of pro-wrestling. The Kings of Cast are lifetime fans, and try to see wrestling as it should be as opposed to what it is. Our first episode was recorded on the eve of Extreme Rules, and therein Ivan and newcomer Matt discuss the Wyatt Family, Daniel Bryan, the Shield, and…why Ric Flair is overrated?