It’s prediction Friday! Murjani and Cyrus are back to give their predictions for AEW’s Double Or Nothing 2. They also try to talk through the potential booking headaches that may come after.
Also on tap, Britt Baker’s unfortunate injury, a spirited promo from Brodie Lee, the fate of the NXT Cruiserweight tournament, Shotzi Blackheart gets a tank, and the potential logjam at the top of the NXT women’s division
Meelz and Justin are joined this week by Rob of #UGLYRADIO (now featured on the RNC RADIO Network) to talk the week in pro wrestling. The three discuss the unfortunate events surrounding Shad Gaspard, Undertaker's The Last Ride documentary (Part 2), Drew Gulak's sudden release from the WWE, Martha Hart's comments on Owen Hart not being included in the WWE Hall of Fame, a very lethargic episode of Smackdown, and the tides that are continuing to change on Monday Night RAW with Rollins' group, new contender Bobby Lashley, and axe throwing.
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Murjani and Cyrus are back together this week and they talk about:
- Rusev To NWA?
- The Return of In Your House
- Damian Priest Is Finn Balor's Attacker
- Is Charlotte being on all three shows a good thing?
On this super-sized episode of The A Show, Meelz & Justin talk about Becky Lynch's pregnancy announcement, and we remember some of the best moments from The Lass Kicker, they hang Bayley's jersey in the PC and proclaim her the new GOAT, review MITB 2020 and review a RAW that moved things forward and many ways.
Is WWE going too far with the removal of Roman Reigns?
Meelz and Justin are back this week to discuss the reaction to Roman Reigns being edited out of Monday Night RAW, and if there's more than meets the eye to not mentioning him on television.
They also talk: Triple H's WWE Untold story & more talk on his legacy, ACH's apology, The Bellas Memoir, and of course Money in the Bank 2020 predictions.
Is Drew a good champion thus far?
Justin and Meelz are back on the mics this week for a new episode of The A Show talking about everything in the world of pro wrestling this week, including: the Velveteen Dream controversy, Cain Velasquez's release, Smackdown's issues are back, Drew McIntyre's reign as champion thus far, Jerry Lawler's response to "Ramen Noodles Moonsault", Deonna Purrazzo's talking about her NXT release, and more.
A surprisingly jam-packed episode, despite there being nothing to talk about.
Justin and Meelz are back to follow-up on last week's releases including new plans for The Revival, AJ Styles' thoughts on The OC's release, and someone who MAY be already returning. They also discuss: Snuka's Dark Side of the Ring episode, The Rock & Issa Rae's new wrestling show, Money in the Bank's new rules, Sonya & Mandy's highlight segment, Drew McIntyre hate, and more.
A bonus/emergency episode of the podcast, but something that needed to be talked about.
Justin & Meelz reunite for the second time this week to talk about the crazy 24 hours that shook the professional wrestling world to it's core. WWE announced they were releasing a number of superstars, producers, staff and more with some of our favorites officially departing from the WWE. Justin and Meelz talk the superstars released, our favorite moments & memories, a strong appreciation for the guys, and advice that we suggest for anyone going through a similar circumstance.
Has there been a more fitting term for this era?
Justin and Meelz are back once again to talk this week in sports entertainment which includes: The Dark Side of the Ring's Brawl for All Episode, Ronday Rousey's scathing remarks to the world of pro wrestling, WWE now being an essential business, RAW, Smackdown and the landscape heading into Money in the Bank.
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It's the return of HOT TAKES!
Meelz and Justin talk about the two nights of Wrestlemania 36, including the unforgettable Boneyard Match between AJ Styles and The Undertaker as well as one of the most mind-bending and controversial segments in the Firefly Funhouse Match with Bray Wyatt and John Cena. They run through the card by match, and they take a look at Hot Takes sent in by listeners that cover a wide range of topics—from AEW to Becky Lynch's haters.
With Wrestlemania weekend underway, Murjani and Cyrus discuss Dakota Kai grabbing the last spot in the women's number one contender match and the return of Dexter Lumis. They also discuss AEW's TNT championship tournament and more!
It's Wrestlemania week! Meelz and Justin run down a Mania week that is unlike no other, with a two-day Wrestlemania weekend that will be in front of no audience. They talk about the negatives of this approach, and they run down the card in this super sized episode—what will steal the show? What storylines needed more time to simmer? Find out in this HUGE episode of The A Show!
Justin & Meelz talk about Chris Benoit in light of the latest episode of Dark Side of The Ring episode covering the tragic death of his family—and for the first time, they face their feelings about it over a decade later. They also talk about the current state of Wrestlemania and its splitting into two nights, and how RAW/SD have improved with no crowd.
Meelz and Justin are reporting live from their social distancing bunkers in the latest episode of The A Show. They talk about the latest news and happenings surrounding Wrestlemania's move from Tampa to the Performance Center, as well as RAW/Smackdown's weekly shows being there for the foreseeable future—and what worked/didn't work.
Murjani and Cyrus are back and healthy to talk about Ciampa & Gargano destroying the WWE Performance Center & the women's ladder match qualifying matches. AEW is amping up for WAR GAM-- we mean Blood & Guts.
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The Shayna Era may be upon us. Justin and Meelz are back this week to talk about the reaction to Shayna Baszler eradicating the RAW women's division within the Elimination Chamber on Sunday. They also talk surprises on Sunday's midcard-heavy show, the possibility that WrestleMania could be canceled, a great piece on the problem with wrestling fans in 2020 (https://medium.com/@calebcatlin12/the-problem-with-wrestling-fans-a18620481676), a Mania Moment that ushered in a new era, Mark Madness running wild, and the big points on Monday Night RAW.
AEW Revolution was a solid show! Murjani and Cyrus give their thoughts on the PPV, who 'The Exalted One' could be and Jake 'The Snake' bringing the darkness to Cody. On NXT, Tegan didn't get the result she wanted and Velveteen Dream stakes his claim for the NXT title.
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Justin & Meelz are joined by Royal Rumble pool winner Armon Sadler to recap a wild week in wrestling which saw Goldberg defeat The Fiend only to run into The Big Dog—and John Cena's return. They also introduce this year's All-Female Mark Madness bracket and talk about a Presidential Wrestlemania moment from 2007. Finally, they give their predictions on a predictable Elimination Chamber card.
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Murjani and Cyrus are here to give their predictions for AEW’s first PPV of 2020, Revolution. Cyrus also gives a review of Poppy’s ‘I Disagree’. They discuss NXT’s 10 year anniversary, Bianca Belair, and more.
Justin and Meelz are back for Episode 123 of The A Show to discuss the latest in The Ruthless Aggression series, The Bella Twins' polarizing reaction to their Hall of Fame induction, SuperShowdown's big matches and this week in the red and blue brands.
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Meelz & Justin are joined by Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp in a packed episode of The A Show. They talk about WWE's revisionist history with their Ruthless Aggression documentary, NXT Takeover: Portland, Sean & Meelz have a zen moment over how terrible Smackdown is, and they attempt to predict where Aleister Black fits into the Wrestlemania picture. In this week's Mania Moment -- the hosts talk about the very first Money In The Bank; and its legacy.
It’s prediction time as Murjani and Cyrus discuss the NXT: Takeover Portland card. They also talk about Brandi Rhodes’ comments about the Nightmare Collective, AEW booking, and more.
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Justin and Meelz take a bite out of Shayna Baszler's re-debut on RAW, and why people are going crazy over her new program with Becky Lynch, they also talk about Wrestlemania's return to LA (#Meelz2LA), Brandi Rhodes' new interview, and the first entry in Mania Moments—featuring one of the end of the Attitude Era.
Don't slip on the dog food before listening to this episode of The A Show with Meelz and Justin. This week they talk about WWE's stock market woes, who has the best spear in wrestling, and an exceptional episode of RAW which features a new high flying #1 contender, a shocking arrival of a champion from another brand, and some real life smoke between Asuka and Natalya. Oh, and Smackdown, too. Tune in!
**This episode is dedicated to Kobe & Gianna Bryant**
Justin & Meelz recover from a crazy weekend in wrestling and real life on the latest episode of The A Show. They talk about last weekend's tragic passing of Kobe Bryant, and talk about who is the Black Mamba of Pro Wrestling, give an in-depth review of Royal Rumble, including Matt Riddle/Brock Lesnar altercation, the return of EDGE, and more.
Worlds Collide as The Black Announce Table crew (Codie, E, Chris Ann) join the show for a super-sized Rumble Trivia session and discussion about this year's matches.
Meelz & Justin then give their predictions for the other matches on the card, including Becky Lynch/Asuka, and Roman Reigns/King Corbin.
The Bad Boys (For Life) of Pro Wrestling Podcasts Meelz and Justin return in a jam packed episode of The A Show. This week, they talk about the ill-timed CM Punk/Miz Twitter beef, Tessa Blanchard's problematic past being brought to light, and Triple H's bewildering comments about Paige.
Meelz also quizzes Justin on Royal Rumble 2005 on the latest "Five with J5," featuring a match with one of The Undertaker's most notorious (?) foes, and the hosts wrap up an enjoyable RAW and wonder what direction Smackdown is going.
Justin and Meelz are back on The A Show, and they're talking about New Japan's Wrestle Kingdom 14 double shot -- which culminated in Tetsuya Naito's huge win. They talk about the future of NJPW and their expansion into the USA; with or without AEW.
Meelz also introduces a new segment on the show that will test Justin's knowledge to the core, the possibility of Io Shirai and Kairi Sane leaving for greener pastures, along with their review of a solid Smackdown that saw many returns and a fun episode of RAW.
Marc (@mymannemcee) joins The A Show for its first episode of 2020—and they have a LOT to talk about this week, including;
-Bobby Lashley & Lana's wedding + Liv Morgan's return
-Becky Lynch's "contract negotiation" and its implications for Wrestlemania
-New Years Wrestling Resolutions
It's the end of the decade, and that means it's time for The A Show's year end show! Meelz and Justin review last weekend's TLC PPV and they being their year-end categories (36:55) kicking off with Wrestler of the Year. They also talk:
- Tag Team
- Best Feud
- Most Cringeworthy Moment
- Most Memorable
- Most Improved
- Least Improved
- Hottest News Story of The Year
Is Charlotte Flair being devalued? Justin and Meelz try to answer this question in longform on the latest episode of The A Show. Other topics include:
-Conversation about the latest releases/re-signings in the WWE, including Luke Harper & Oney Lorcan
-A KANACHAT update, including Asuka's appearance on Complex
-ACH's continued, erratic behavior
-Why RAW continues to shine
-A full rundown of this weekend's TLC card, along with some slight Mania booking
Justin and Meelz have a serious conversation about the status of Smackdown on the latest episode of The A Show, and they get brutally honest about why the show isnt the must-see program for Friday nights. They also call foul on Tomasso Ciampa's latest comments about not wanting to get called up to the main roster, AEW vs NXT ratings, and they learn how to make wine with Asuka.
Justin & Meelz recap an extremely enjoyable weekend of wrestling on the latest episode of The A Show. They talk about CM Punk's appearance on WWE Backstage (and what they didnt like about it), ACH's departure from WWE, and they review Survivor Series, a show that saw NXT finally become a true third brand.
BONUS: Stay tuned after the show to hear a special clip from "Chatting With Nelson" f/ Justin!
It's a hostile takeover as Cyrus and MJ of "The War Report" join Justin & Meelz on The A Show to talk NXT Takeover: War Games & Survivor Series.
They talk about CM Punk's re-entry into the pro wrestling world already causing a stir between WWE & AEW, and Jordan Myles' latest Twitter antics; and they also attempt to predict an interesting Takeover card that features a historic War Games match and a Survivor Series card that seems too good to be true.
Editor's Note: Breaking news alert! CM Punk has returned to the WWE to become a host on WWE Backstage, and both Justin & Meelz woke up insanely early to talk about it. Listen to our initial thoughts on one of the biggest returns in sports entertainment.
They also talk a bit about AEW's PPV, and why Stone Cold being back on the WWE Network is a good thing, Justin's beef with Shawn Spears, why Sin Cara's attempt to be released, and they argue about Kofi Kingston & Ricochet (again).
Last week was for the culture. This week? Meelz and Justin are stuck on the tarmac on the latest episode of The A Show. Running down all the fallout from Crown Jewel, the hosts go in on the true or false stories of WWE's deal with Saudi Arabia, which led into one of the most unpredictable episodes of Smackdown in years. They also read YOUR Tweets in a special segment dedicated to Survivor Series, and wonder: Where does Seth Rollins Go Next?
In a very special episode -- Meelz & Justin talk about race & wrestling...and how the conversation needs to improve. Listen to this episode, and give us your thoughts.
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Meelz & Justin get extra spicy as they celebrate TWO YEARS of The A Show on the latest episode. They give their thoughts on Smackdown on Fox in the wake of Eric Bischoff's departure, why they won't be talking about TV ratings anymore, the backlash for WWE 2k20, and officially start #CMPunkWatch!
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Bayley's bad to the bone.
With Justin away for "international affairs", Meelz invites @ChrisMNovak and @QuanFromCT on The A Show this week to talk major draft moves and shake ups. Bruce Prichard's new role as Executive Director, NJPW's Wrestle Kingdom 14 main event and Jon Moxley news, the WWE Draft, Bayley's heel turn and the on-going feud between Seth Rollins & Bray Wyatt that "heats up". Also, new Hot Takes this week!
Also, we have an exclusive interview with ROMAN REIGNS.
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Days removed from the craziest week in pro wrestling history, Justin & Meelz survey the damage from the Wednesday Night Wars as they talk about NXT and AEW's Dynamite shows along with Justin's behind the scenes report of NXT, as well as the debut of Smackdown on FOX. The hosts also talk about Kofi losing the WWE title to Brock Lesnar in mere seconds, and THAT main event that everyone is talking about between Seth Rollins & "The Fiend."
What a week, and it's only halfway over...
In our second episode of The A Show this week, we talk about the Season Premiere episode of Monday Night RAW and where does the road lie for Brock Lesnar & Rey Mysterio as well as the new pairing of Lashley & Lana against Rusev.
In addition, we talk Wale coming up on NXT, John Morrison's "return" to WWE, CM Punk settlement and latest rumors of WWE/FOX, Crown Jewel, and our Hell in a Cell predictions for this Sunday.
Hot takes will be back in full next week, here's the link to submit them. Keep submitting and you could hear yourself on a future episode of The A Show. bit.ly/ashowhottake
A slow week in professional wrestling, but we're still here.
This week on The A Show, Justin and Meelz discuss the future of The A Show including what days you can expect the show in the immediate future, and what we've got planned for the upcoming draft in the next couple weeks. The pair also discuss RAW, SD, a little bit of NXT, and everything that we're anticipating over the next week which could include an appearance from...The Great One. We're fiendin' for what's coming next...
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The A Show finally hits it's landmark 100th episode, and this week Meelz (@MeelzTV) & Justin (@OGJOHNNY5) go off script and celebrate the 100th episode of The A Show the only way they know how: Comedy, friends, and a LOT of Hot Takes.
Both hosts are joined by Cheap Heat's Stat Guy Greg to talk about Kofi/Brock, Clash of Champions, and why AEW will be in for the fight of their lives (16:55), Royal Rumble Pool winner Jon-Carlos (@sinVIDIOUS) who talks about his own experiences enjoying wrestling over the last 15 years (01:06:00), the WWE PC's (and occasional NXT fight-breaker-upper)Cornell Gunter (@CornellGunter) talks about going from a fan to working for the WWE and gets extra spicy with his current feud with Kofi Kingston (1:33:42), and finally — your hot takes will be answered as we have Cyrus (@h_visibility) & MJ (@MurjaniRawls)help us clear out the big queue of hot takes that we've had over the last month (2:03:20).
Three hours of content for our hundredth episode. Thank you to you all for continuing to support our show and black/POC voices in professional wrestling. Without you guys, we would not be here. Like, share, RT, subscribe and thank you!
Only one episode to go until #AShow100! Meelz & Justin talk about the future of The A Show's schedule (seriously, they need help), WWE's changes in lieu of Smackdown's move to Fox and they predict Clash of Champions with the help of the the listeners in the Hot Takes segment.
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With two weeks left until #AShow100, Justin & Meelz cover a wild week in professional wrestling, including some BREAKING NEWS that they cover on the show, talking at length about CM Punk's Starrcast panel, HHH getting spicy with Enzo, and Bayley's controversial heel turn and alliance with Sasha Banks—and how it may be a clue into the upcoming draft this fall. They also cover listener's Hot Takes on AEW's All Out PPV, and more.
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Ben Coil joins Meelz & Justin on The A Show this week to talk about the fallout from this week's King of The Ring brackets—which saw Ricochet pick up a huge upset win, while Ali & Buddy Murphy put on a show stealer.
They also talk about a huge weekend of shows that includes AEW, NXT UK, & NJPW, and in this week's Hot Takes segment they debate The Undertaker, AEW vs NXT & more!
The twists and turns of the Roman Reigns/Daniel Bryan drama reach a turning point, and Meelz & Justin talk about it on the latest episode of The A Show. They also go longform on NXT's move to USA, including the good & bad of the decision, and how this may be the biggest shot against AEW in the new wrestling landscape.
They also review a highly enjoyable week of RAW/Smackdown LIVE which saw Sasha Banks cross a line, King of The Ring begin, and Sami Zayn find a new purpose.
Yep, it's Boss Time.
Meelz & Justin put an end to Sasha Banks Watch on the latest episode of The A Show; during a crazy week of wrestling which saw Sasha Banks make her triumphant return to the WWE. Was it the hottest return of the year? What's next?
The hosts also finish the Hot Takes from July, review the Summerslam card from last weekend, and talk about Matt Riddle's testy confrontation with Goldberg on WWE Watch Along. They also talk about the return of King of The Ring and a strong episode of Raw & Smackdown Live—which saw Buddy Murphy have a star-making performance against Roman Reigns.
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Meelz and Justin (off of FOUR Red Bulls) return with all the spice on this week's episode of The A Show. From Roman Reigns talking his sh*t about AEW and Jon Moxley, and WWE2k gets a MAJOR overhaul, they run through the hottest topics AND the HOTTEST takes.
The hosts also predict the Summerslam card this weekend, including Bray Wyatt's return & why they're not excited for it, and where Becky Lynch goes next after this weekend?
Meelz & Justin join forces again on the latest episode of The A Show, giving their thoughts on AEW & TNT's recent press run for the upcoming weekly show and WWE's ratings woes. They also take more Hot Takes from The A Show listener community, and talk about the highly anticipated RAW Reunion which yielded a lot of nostalgia & not much else, and an episode of Smackdown LIVE that was heavy on story progression.
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On the latest episode of The A Show, Meelz & Justin discuss last weekend's stacked line up of wrestling, including AEW's Fight for The Fallen, EVOLVE's 10th Anniversary show, & WWE Extreme Rules.
They also let the hot takes fly about The Young Bucks & AEW, as well as their thoughts on a Summerslam card that is turning out to be interesting...but in a bad way.
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This week on The A Show, Meelz and Justin are joined by wrestling stat gawd Chris Novak to break down the week in professional wrestling. We talk a brief breakdown of Chris' wrestling analytics for the first half of 2019 (5:25), The Club re-ups with the WWE (14:16), Sasha Banks Watch (16:28), Enzo Amore squares up with Joey Janela (22:14),
Meelz & Justin are joined by wrestling stat gawd Chris Novak on the latest episode of The A Show. They talk about Enzo & Joey Janela's scuffle, provide a new update to #SashaBanksWatch, and take on a new set of Hot Takes. They also review Impact's Slammiversary event, as well as the first night of the G1 from Dallas. Finally, the hosts give their predictions for WWE Extreme Rules 2019. NJPW G1 & Slammiversary 2019 reviews (25:39), The A Show's Hot Takes (38:39), and WWE Extreme Rules Predictions (50:30).
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Meelz and Justin tackle the hottest takes of the year on the latest episode of The A Show. The hosts talk AEW Fyter Fest, the forgotten ROH PPV from last weekend, and WWE's attempt to go younger and shed the PG rating. They also talk about an incredible episode of RAW, which saw explosions, heel turns, and...tickles? The main event of the show is the Hot Takes segment, which sees the hosts give their opinion on the best member of the Shield, and the "wokeness" of the wrestling community.
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Breaking news alert! Better late than never, but after the major announcement of Heyman and Bischoff being appointed as Executive Directors of Creative Development in the WWE, Justin and Meelz had to touch on it.
Episode 88 continues to roll through with Meelz and Justin talking about Seth Rollins burning the timeline down, the drastic programming change to WWE television that has got us debating, WWE/EVOLVE vs. AEW, Stomping Grounds, and the television throughout the week. A jam-packed show from start to finish. Tune in!
With Meelz on vacation, RSPN's Marc Cameron joins The A Show for the first time. Justin and Marc talk about WWE's foray into Netflix and the ESPYs, as well as a lengthy #AEWWatch before predicting this Sunday's Stomping Ground -- which has a less than stellar build.
Why the hell is Shane McMahon the top heel on both shows?
Episode 86 of The A Show kicks off by breaking down the unpeace in the Middle East, as everything that could go wrong went wrong in the Super Show Down main event between Goldberg and The Undertaker. Also: Becky Lynch's Twitter fingers needs to stop, Chad Gable finds a new home, and G1's heating up.
Justin and Meelz are also infuriated by both subpar shows this week, including the monopoly of Shane McMahon in the main event, the lack of attention to other talent, and ask the question who should be the WWE Champion heading into the new era of SD on Fox.
In celebration of RNC Radio: Decade, The A Show runs down the biggest moments of the decade in pro wrestling, such as:
- Impact Wrestling woes throughout the decade
- The CM Punk Battle
- Daniel Bryan’s wrestling journey throughout this decade
- NJPW's surge of popularity
- The rise of AEW
- The Women’s Revolution
The A Show boys are back for another week in pro wrestling, and with Super Show Down on the way -- they break down the card and make a final verdict on if they will tune into the show. The two also talk the disastrous women's match this week, Jon Moxley's success in Japan, Battle of the Super Juniors, Lars Sullivan's painful promo, and much much more.
Also, tune into the bonus episode of The A Show where we talk about the last decade in professional wrestling.
The battle lines have been drawn, as Meelz & Justin review the first salvo from AEW during their "Double Or Nothing" PPV event. They run down the matches & the perception of the company after the show. In their long-form segment—the hosts breakdown the debut of Jon Moxley (formerly Dean Ambrose) in AEW and his appearance on Chris Jericho's "Talk is Jericho" podcast.
This week's show reviews break down a strange episode of RAW, the second week of the 24/7 title, & they pour out a little liquor for the superstars who have gone missing since the Wildcard Rule went into effect.
Justin Davis is out for the week on business, so what does that mean for The A Show? It means that we've got a guest co-host in the hot seat, and it's none other than Stat Guy Greg of ESPN's Cheap Heat podcast.
Meelz and Greg tackle the week in professional wrestling including: IMPACT Wrestling's biggest blunder to date, a preview of AEW's inagural PPV 'Double or Nothing', the death of Ashley Massaro, a round up of our thoughts on the Money in the Bank 2019 PPV, and the introduction of the 24/7 Championship on RAW and SD this week.
Meelz & Justin are joined by longtime friend Jeff J of Bleacher Report on the latest episode of The A Show. Along with the latest Sasha Banks Report, they talk AEW's new TV deal with Turner Sports, Lars Sullivan's punishment for being an online troll, & Goldberg & Undertaker coming out of retirement for the Saudi Bag this June. They also predict this weekend's Money In The Bank PPV, which has huge implications for Becky Two Belts.
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