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We’re back, POSTmarks! “The Godfather” Nate Milton, “The Professor” Kris Ealy, and “The Youngest In Charge” Andrew Thompson reconvene to give their take on some of the season’s biggest stories!
Topics discussed include Andrew’s trip to Dallas for WrestleMania, Bianca Belair’s big night, the return of Cody Devante Rhodes to The Fed, the potential backlash surrounding Gable Steveson’s main-roster debut, Kris’ continuing beef with Omos, and the crew’s thoughts on the current offerings from AEW!
All that PLUS listener feedback, and Nate teases some forthcoming changes for the podcast!
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Came here to say that Kris is CATEGORICALLY WRONG for saying that Cobb County Corrections Officer Big Boss Man was scarier than present-day Scottish Warrior Drew McIntyre. I say this as someone who grew up in Georgia. Blue Shirt Boss Man wasn’t scary, even with the nightstick. He looked like the D.A.R.E. officers that would come to our school to convince everyone to try drugs. Corporate Security Big Boss Man who fed Al Snow his own dog and ruined Big Show’s daddy’s funeral was scary. Big Bubba Rogers showed more malice than the OG Big Boss Man.
Man, late-80s heel Big Boss Man was legit scary. He used to handcuff and then beat the shit out of jobbers with his nightstick. Just look at all the damage he did to Nailz in the slammer