The Following Contest.. A Wrestling Podcast featuring Cody Kahne and The Krue

27
Jan

A Rumble Review

A quick hit analysis from Cody Kahne on the Royal Rumble which he attended in person in Houston, Texas this year. Running on very little sleep and even less brain cells, he gives you some thoughts on the live experience at Minute Maid Park. 

24
Jan

A Rumble Preview

Cody Kahne has ACO in Studio A for ACO's annual Kenny Omega wins the rumble prediction and much more. A fantasy booked Tiger Woods royal rumble win, a semi-serious prediction time for the Royal Rumble 2020 card, and all wrapped up with some Linear Championship talk.

20
Jan

Royal Rumble Time (Part 2)

Cody Kahne and the Trevinator sit down and talk about the Royal Rumble, the Astros, the Cubs, the NFL playoffs, and much much more in this packed conclusion of the Royal Rumble episode of PodTFC. 

20
Jan

Royal Rumble Time (Part 1)

Cody Kahne and Johnny Legacy discuss the upcoming Royal Rumble card and make their predictions. Legacy's take on WrestleKingdom and the first ever female World Heavyweight Champion in wrestling history are discussed as well. 

13
Jan

Hard to Kill

Cody Kahne and ACO discuss Hard To Kill from Impact Wrestling as well as a bit of follow-up from WrestleKingdom and some NFL discussion about the playoffs. What did they think about the matches presented on Hard To Kill? The good or the bad or the inbetween? The dream "icon vs icon" match that ACO wants to see and much more are discussed this week on PodTFC

6
Jan

WrestleKingdom 14-15-14-101a

WrestleKingdom has concluded. Cody Kahne gives us his thoughts on the show(s) as a whole and which matches were the best and a few thoughts on smaller moments within the show(s). What were your thoughts on the show(s) as a whole?? Were the right decisions made along the way? 

3
Jan

Fantasy Booking 101.. Episode 60

The first episode of 2020 is a return to an old format! Fantasy Booking 101 returns with Johnny Legacy bringing to Studio A the debut of Money in the Bank... in 1987?!? What would the format have been like given the stars of the late 80s? Who wins? When do they cash in? Would it have even been possible?