Jim Cornette speaks, Kevin Kelly bytes back, Jerry Jarrett & More

Bill Behrens

Tommy Fierro and Brian Solomon presented a special Thursday edition of THE MAIN SHOW on Who’s Slamming Who this week, due to technical difficulties on Monday. On this week’s show, the two talk about how they are both not crazy about having a triple threat match for the title at WrestleMania. They talk about how John Cena doesn’t fit into the mix of the match. Tommy questions why would the top superstar in wrestling have to blackmail someone in order to get a title match at the biggest event of all-times. The two discuss the Big Show/Edge angle involving Vickie Guerrero.
Tommy and Brian discuss how Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels is the only match that really has that "WrestleMania" feel to it. Brian says this could actually be the main event of the show. He talks about this match draws to casual fans that don’t order every WWE PPV that might want to see a dream match like this. Tommy talks about how great of a segment it was on Monday’s Raw with them.
They also talk about the Divas Battle Royal at WrestleMania. Both agree that this is a unique match that has that "WrestleMania" like feel to it. The two discuss some different possibilities for the match, including Sable, Stacy Keibler, Mae Young, and more. Tommy talks about how Sable was one of the top divas of all-time for WWE and how it would be good for business to have her involved in the match, regardless of the heat the two sides might have with each other. Brian says it would be fun to see Sunny vs. Sable in the match.
The two also talk about the Money in the Bank ladder match at WrestleMania. They talk about how including someone like Mark Henry in it waters it down. Brian says how shocked he is that Henry still has a job. Both agree that Christian should win MITB. Tommy talks about how Christian should then be drafted to Smackdown and you then have a red hot storyline of Christian/Edge that you can milk for a long time. The two go into a discussion about how Christian’s been misused since returning to the WWE.
Tommy and Brian also discuss how it seems as though they are painting by the numbers as they go along, how Chris Jericho’s angle has lost a ton of steam, how this show doesn’t feel like a WrestleMania, Triple H/Randy Orton angle from Monday’s Raw, and much more this week on Who’s Slamming Who.
This week on an all new episode of the hottest Internet talk show in the world today, Cornette’s Commentary, Jim Cornette returns and answers some questions from the listeners. Cornette gives his thoughts on The Rock leaving professional wrestling for Hollywood, managing Mantaur, his thoughts on The New Midnight Express team of Bob Holly & Bart Gunn, why territories will never return in professional wrestling, and more. As always, Cornette has some choice words for Kenny Bolin.
Kevin Kelly makes his Who’s Slamming Who debut this week in a big way by shooting all over Steve Keirn! Kelly talks about reading how Keirn said FCW is the first developmental group for WWE and how wrong he is. Kelly puts over OVW and talks about all the stars that were created there. Kelly talks about how he’s seen some FCW on YouTube and how horrible the wrestling is. The debut of Byte Back is one segment you don’t want to miss! 
New Japan Pro Wrestling star Rick Fuller joins the main show on Who’s Slamming Who this week to promote his upcoming appearance at ISPW’s return show on April 4th in Freehold, NJ at the 3-2 Count Athletic Training Facility against Crowbar. Fuller talks about a ton of different topics, including how be broke into the business, how Jimmy Snuka and Tony Atlas helped him break in, working independent shows in the early 90’s against Scotty 2 Hotty, how be broke into WCW, his first match in WCW against Lex Luger, working Goldberg, wrestling guys like Chris Benoit, DDP, Jeff Jarrett, and Booker T, being involved in a match on a Chaotic Wrestling show that featured John Cena as the special referee and an unadvertised appearance from Vince McMahon, how he didn’t know Vince was even there, how he broke into New Japan, past WWE try-outs, how he broke into acting, having a small role in The Game Plan staring The Rock, and much more.
Someone gets humbled each and every week on Who’s Slamming Who and this week is no different! The Iron Sheik returns for another exciting adventure on the ever-so-entertaining Make You Humble with his agent Eric Simms.
Pro Wrestling Illustrated returns with another weekly edition PWI Weekly. This week, Frank Krewda talks about JBL & OVW, The Divas Battle Royal at WrestleMania 25, the Andromeda character, and Pride3 Wrestling.
This week on Inside The Behrens Bubble, Bill Behrens discusses his initial experience in professional wrestling, early experience in USWA & MUSIC CITY WRESTLING with stories involving Jerry Jarrett, Jeff Jarrett, Dutch Mantel, Tommy Dreamer, Bert Prentice, Ronnie P. Gossett and others.
It was the Madison Square Garden of the South. The Omni stood for years as one of the most historic wrestling venues in the southeast. But when Vince McMahon made his national expansion, suddenly the NWA/WCW had to fight for dominence in its own backyard. This week, The History of WWE’s Graham Cawthon takes a look at the night the Omni hosted a closed circuit feed of WrestleMania IV, what legendary match headlined the WWF’s first live event at the venue, and how the southern audience just wasn’t ready yet for the WWF product.
Lanny Poffo has more to say about Linda McMahon’s appointment to the Connecticut School Board this week on Poetry in Motion.
Plus listen to exclusive weekly segments by: Joe "The Assassin" Hamilton, Jerry Jarrett, Kenny "The Star Maker" Bolin, Axl Rotten, Danny Doring, Mike Quackenbush, Michael Modest, Lodi, Howard Brody, Danny Inferno, Rob Feinstein, and more.
The Road to Wrestlemania continues on Who’s Slamming Who this Monday night with WWE Hall of Famer Harley Race making a special appearance on the main show to talk about his past WrestleMania memories, the WWE Hall of Fame, and more.
Jim Cornette talks about WWF’s Brawl For All, his altercation with Santino Marella, Flloyd Mayweather/Big Show angle, celebrities in wrestling, Boogeyman’s release, and much more this Monday night on Cornette’s Commentary.
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If you live in the New Jersey area, be sure to head out to the 3-2 Count Athletic Training Facility, located on 323A Fairfield Road in Freehold, NJ on April 4th for the return of ISPW. Kick off your WrestleMania weekend in Freehold, NJ with: Judas Young vs. Danny Inferno in a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match for the ISPW World Heavyweight Championship with Ace Darling as the special guest referee, "Dangerous" Danny Davis vs. Flash, Crowbar vs. Rick Fuller, Nunzio vs. H.C. Loc, Danny Doring & Roadkill vs. The Logan Brothers, Michael Modest vs. Josh Daniels, and Julio Dinero vs. Bonecrusher Sampson. Tickets are $25 Golden Ringside and $15 General Admission. For further information, visit: MySpace.com/ispw or E-Mail: ispwwrestling@yahoo.com


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