Shining Wizards 437: Stutter Nights

The crew is back together, and Matt comes right out of the gate complaining about how much he disliked Raw. It’s probably the longest time Raw was discussed in a long time. There’s the usual rabbit holes, of course, to fill in the gaps. We discuss the ongoings of MLW…

Shining Wizards 436: Nostalgia

Meat 2 Meat (TM) kicks off a special Thursday night episode talking about the Raw Reunion and the G1 Climax tournament. The NWA and ROH end their relationship, rather amicably, as Billy Corgan plans for expansion. Speaking of expansion, AEW announced the debut of their Wednesday night show on TNT….

Shining Wizards 435: We The Independent

“The Product” David Starr makes his return to the Shining Wizards to talk about We The Independent, his new project with James Musselwhite. Its their attempt to unionize professional wrestling, to help provide benefits and rights, to help bring about best practices for the business, and to bring empowerment to…

Shining Wizards 433: We’re Experts

The Two Man Group (TM) is back bringing you TONS of wrestling action. Kevin went to Raw and some old friends got TV time. MLW’s King of Colosseum saw the crowning of a new champion and Tony actually liked a member of CONTRA. Impact’s Slammiversary tore the house down, and…

Shining Wizards 429: Salina de la Renta

The Two Man Group rocked it again this week along with Kate the Great in studio with plenty of coverage of SuperShowdown and Dominion. Plus, a great interview with MLW’s Salina de la Renta, who told amazing stories of her time in Mexico, growing up in Puerto Rico, being the…

Shining Wizards 408: Yams Day

Matt and Kevin are back in Studio B. Its a long show, but they talk so much wrestling. Superstars is a hot topic and the boys gush over how happy they are that its on the WWE Network. They talk about Internet trolls, and people who overreact on social media….

Radioactive Metal 493: Lord Have Mercy

We love us some death/doom around here. Floridian metallers DRUID LORD have been on our radar for sometime now, so it was just a matter of time before we got a DLer on the RAM hotseat. Founding member Pete Slate has a metal resume dating back decades now. He’s still…