Well its OVERTIME and Mark and Bobby are looking to answer a few more questions, but not before discussing the current WWE storylines and why some of the characters are involved where they are.
Mark brings a little insight from his past pro-wrestling career to discuss the locker room aspect of a show and why some guys make it to getting pushed and why some don't.
Plus the two discuss some questions from the listeners and we find out something from Bobby that is a complete Mind-F--K that Mark still hasn't gotten over. Its THE Q!
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On this extended version of The Q, Mark is joined by the forces that are the TURN THE RADIO OFF podcast host Mike Parsons and his co-host Kyle! The two dial in a reverb filled discussion with Mark about time zones, Detroit artists and everything else...until Mark decides to challenge the pair to a PINBALL CHALLENGE! After all that goes by the wayside, Mark is joined in the second half by ultra conservative Travis Cook to discuss, heatedly, the Obamacare uphold from earlier in the week. A ton of fun for everyone! DOWNLOAD AND BE ENTERTAINED!
Here is the Weekend LIVE show from 1280AM KYRO in St. Louis! Mark brings back Travis after his total melt down! But things get ramped back up FAST...Mark spends the second half of the show continuing the YEAR OF CHLLENGES by taling smack to Fred Slow of TOO HEAVY TO SKYDIVE, TRAVIS and his WRESTLER DAVE VAUGHN and everyone in between. Time to Walk the Walk on THE Q!
BRUTAL IT WAS! It blew the minds of the WWE audience worldwide, when what they thought was going to be a wrestling match quickly turned into a MMA event at the hands of Brock Lesnar.
Brock started the barrage and open a WIDE gash on the head of John Cena. From there he rag dolled Cena for everything it was worth! But in the end, John Cena laid Brock out with a FU on the steel steps and garnered the victory. It was a great PPV in all, but the fans were very upset at another Cena win. Why?
Truth is, John Cena should have won. Brock can't expect to walk back in to the WWE and just walk away with the win. He's not The Rock. He doesn't have the Rocks pedigree in the WWE. So he has to play well with others. And Brock DID. I am assuming that Cena had been planned for time off after Wrestlemania since he hasn't been out of action since 2007 when he would eventually surprise everyone at Royal Rumble. 5 straight years of working your ass off. 5 days a week with a few small days off in between.
Now why should he have won....It leads to a better story down the road. If Brock comes in and destroys Cena right after The Rock does, makes the fans that like him lose their support and the fans that hate him happy for a minute. But it doesn't sell anything. Now, they can take Brock and play him up against multiple opponents while waiting for that one guy that beat him to come back...Oh yeah, and in 4-5 months when John returns (I am thinking after Summer Slam and before Survivor Series), they will have the immediate Rematch story ready to go and you will get a more traditional wrestling match.
So it was needed for John to win so he could come back on a high note when ready to return. If you don't agree or have another idea, I want you to post it below in the comments.