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Description

A Podcast about the world of mixed marital arts, boxing, pro wrestling and heavy metal music, with a slice of comedy for good measure!

Customer Reviews

Love this podcast

I love this podcast. These guys are hilarious. They have a great rapport and they're very entertaining...and i don't even like MMA.

Gnarly show

It's surprising how entertaining this podcast is. The music segments are good. I love the bands. The questions asked of the bands are rather predictable, but what can you do? It's impossible to spice that kind of stuff up. The gem of the podcast is the fight analysis and predictions with the Kidd. The banter between the host and the Kidd is what makes the podcast so terrific. Keep it up. Also worthwhile are the extra segments, ie when the host got his "hand" tattooed. There was a lot of mention of another male body part during that segment and I think his "hand" may have been code for where he really got the tattoo done. All I all, this is a great way to spend an hour or so. I highly recommend this podcast. Try it for yourself and see if you too become a True Believer!

Surprisingly awesome show

Almost everything I care about in one podcast! If he were to add video games to the mix, I'd be totally hooked...The shows are long enough to be continually entertaining but not so long that they get boring and you feel compelled to skip around to get right to what you want to hear. I particullarly enjoy the new local/underground music segment. I can definitely see this show going places!

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