The Nerd Blitz Question Of The Week #12

Tuesday can only mean one thing…no, not Tacos, Questions!
Let’s do dis, gang.

This week we ask: Who are the faces on your personal Wrestling Mount Rushmore?

Leave your answer in the comments below or on the Tweety with the Hashtag #TNBQotW, so we can find it.

Special thanks go to @SteBoost for our QotW logo.

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Episode 062: You Can Suckle At My Left Nut

In thi20180825_183555s episode, after last episode’s abrupt ending and a few days off, the fellas are back to finish talking about Fitz’s trip to Wizard World Chicago!

We start with an intro from Colonel Brian “Q” Quinn (story coming in ep 64), then dive back in head first to the seedy underbelly of paying for sketches, Star Wars artists being charming shitbags, and gay pirate recruitment.

The best stores to get blown in are debated, more Foley details get revealed, less taco stories surface, Indiana Jones is beautiful, and somebody has an attitude problem all in this snappy ep of your favorite unknown dillhole show, so enjoy and tell your friends!

URL: Episode 062: You Can Suckle At My Left Nut
Direct Download: tnb062.mp3

Episode 061: Awwwww COME ON!

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In this episode, the fellas are back getting slapped in the face and kicked in the nuts by real life in this short but fun episode.

Fitz tells his portly partner a proud parable of professional pugilists and procurement of signatures and such at a gathering of pop-culture celebration and fun.

Jokes are told, balls are busted, laughs are had, and revelations are made in this episode that is brought to a stunning conclusion in record time, so buckle up for the ride and enjoy!

URL: Episode 061: Awwwww COME ON!
Direct Download: tnb061.mp3

The Undertaker Vs Mankind Hell In A Cell 98 Mini Documentary

Yesterday, WWE released a 15 minute mini documentary about the historic Hell In A Cell match between The Undertaker and Mankind/Mick Foley (which we talked over in Ep 4.5 of Commentaries).

This match is incredibly legendary, but this doc peels back the layers and shows you just why.
It lays out just what led up to it (including Taker breaking his foot BEFORE the match), what happened during it (specifically Undertaker & Mick’s reactions to the chaos), and the fallout from it.
WWE knows how to make a compelling documentary, but this raises the bar on how in depth it is.

Watch it here and hear interviews with Undertaker, Foley, referee Tim White, and a slew of other people who were involved.
I really hope WWE puts out a DVD set about this match sometime and expands on this or maybe gets some new on camera interviews with the icons involved.
I absolutely loved every second of this and I think some of you will as well.

Lastly, if you have the WWE network, after tonight’s PPV, watch Foley’s 20 Years In Hell special.
It’s the show he has been touring for the last 8 months or so where he gives even more insight and reflections on this insane match.
I was sad to miss it when it was in town, but I’m glad I’ll get to see it now.