About This Show
Four friends, made better friends, through a love of professional wrestling. Genuine Wrestleboys is a weekly podcast about professional wrestling, hosted by Derek Oster, Esai Saldana, Matt Stone, and Zack Evans. We cover the weekly goings-on in the wrestling world, which wrestleboys have the most beautiful hair (and which ones should just smooch each other already!), Flat Earth Theory, and why we all love wrestling so dang much (all from an inclusive viewpoint meant to welcome new wrestling fans and those historically excluded by the wrestling world).Read more »
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53: FUCK 'EM!
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Chris, aka Todd, Chrisley? FUCK 'EM! Extreme Rules? FUCK 'EM! Horrendous writing for the WWE's women's division, especially Sasha Banks and Bayley? FUCK 'EM! Huge NXT spoilers? FUCK 'EM! WWE pulling the rug out from interesting booking by likely undoing it the very next night? FUCK 'EM! A racist piece of shit hot dog goblin fossil of a man being forgiven for something he's never adequately apologized for? FUCK 'EM!!!!!
Inspired by Bad Luck Fale's new hit catchphrase of the Summer 2018, and full of a whole lotta piss and vinegar, the 'boys are joined again by Jenna Kieta to discuss all the above reasons wrestling is making us mad this week. Don't worry though, because the 2018 Wrestleboys Classic Tournament is here to save the day and keep the fun alive! We keep the first round going with our next four match ups: Katsuyori Shibata vs. Shawn Michaels, Matt Riddle vs. Jimmy Havoc, William Regal vs. Nick Jackson, and Kenny Omega vs. Bret Hart!
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Happy Rusev Day! FUCK 'EM! Read more »
Rated 5 out of
If you like absurdist humor...
You'll love the Gen-u-ine Wrestleboys! The "boys" have a fun dynamic: Esai and Zack are pretty encyclopedic in their wrestle-knowledge, while Matt and Derek are enthusiastic in a very heart warming way. The boys make an effort to include traditionally marginalized groups in their discussions which is much appreciated. Great job!
Date published: 2018-03-05