How do you get Goldust a world title? Cody and ACO run through several possible scenarios including a couple of variations of tournaments, the royal rumble process and much much more... and which member of The Elite is suddenly WWE world champion in this episode? Random nonsense from two guys with open mics.
The time-travel adventure continues as Cody Kahne and ACO review week seven of the just started Monday Night Wars with WWF giving us a cage match and WCW countering with a Arn Anderson/Brian Pillman vs Ric Flair/mystery partner (shh: It's Sting!) tag-team match main event. What else went on? Did Jerry Lawler wind up in the shark cage? What is coming up next week? Listen and enjoy a little jog down memory lane.
Cody Kahne returns to the main pod to discuss the wonderful world of wrestling we all love with Tommygun Tommy and The Trevinator. Too many topics to list in one post are talked about as the bunny trails range from Xpac's dog on NXT to Cody's thoughts on Takeover to women's wrestling to black friday shoppers to Armando Alejandro Estrada and everything in between. Spoilers abound for last week's episode of Fantasy Booking 101 so be sure you listen to that one first, unlike Trevor, you have been warned.
Cody Kahne takes another step towards a full-time return as he takes on the task of fantasy booking the entire Royal Rumble card. Challenged by a listener, Cody tries to keep it believable that this is a Royal Rumble the WWE could actually pull off but.. it is still Cody Kahne and there will be shenanigans and one or two major shocking twists. Who are the big surprise entrants? Who wins the whole thing? What else is on the card? Listen and see if this is a rumble you would enjoy watching.
The time-travel continues. This week it is October 9th, 1995 and Raw and Nitro are ramping up the intensity a bit to battle for viewers. Nitro pulled out a cage match knowing that the taped episode of Raw the next week had their own cage match. What all happened at the two shows? Listen and enjoy a little jog down memory lane.
Johnny Legacy, ACO, and Tommy Gun Tommy sit down in Studio A to discuss a wide ranging list of things the Krue is thankful for. This is in no way your NORMAL thanksgiving list. This is a wide ranging list of oddities, match-ups, and moments that you will certainly enjoy hearing. Starts a little serious, goes off the deep-end of not serious at all, winds up in rapid-fire. We don't want to spoil anything but... (steinermathhappens). You've been warned. Enjoy and as always, we are Thankful you are listening.
Cody Kahne braves the vocal chord damage to return for one night only (hopefully not one night only) as he and ACO sit down in Studio A to drop some thoughts on Survivor Series and what all went down. The ever positive Cody actually disliked something? (Must be the month long illness.) What were the ups, the downs, the right, the wrong, the best, the worst? What are your thoughts?
Within the immediate aftermath of nXt Takeover WarGamesII, Johnny Legacy and ACO sit down and review the show for you. There's much more to it than that as ACO devolves into his vision for the future of the WarGames franchise and you don't want to miss that. We mean it. There's waterslides involved. Find out what the guys liked (a lot of it) and what they didn't like (literally not very much in this category). What were your thoughts?
Through the magic of time-travel (or pre-recording.. one of the two) the fearless leader returns to PodTFC for the finale of the 32 team concurrent tag-team tournament. Who do you think wins? Who should win? Who didn't win that should have won? Who politely sat outside the ring during the melee to discuss their respective careers? (okay, that may not have happened) Let us know what you thought about this week's Fantasy Booking 101
Time-travel is a tricky thing. Somehow ACO finds himself riding solo this week as he reviews all the happenings of the 5th week of the future Monday Night Wars. What happened on Nitro and Raw this week? What matches were set-up for the future? There is always great drama in WCW and WWF and with pay-per-views on the horizon for both companies, will the match cards begin to take shape?