Since there are real betting odds on this years Wrestlemania, I thought it would be fun to break down the card if the event were actually a real sporting contest.
My thoughts on the Colorado Avalanche likely bringing back head coach Joe Sacco next season.
My brother from another mother Todd Bergman and die hard Louisville Cardinals fan Steve Cook join the Man Cave to talk about the NFL, Wrestlemania, March Madness, and more. Tberg and I finally wrap up our coverage of Peyton Manning Watch 2012 with our thoughts on him going to the Broncos and the Jets trading for Tim Tebow, Cook helps us preview Wrestlemania 28 with thoughts on all the big matches, and Cook rants about annoying Kentucky fans. Plus, in what turned out to be my favorite chat in this history of this podcast, we reminisce about Saved By The Bell.
The unofficial official co-host Samer Kadi is back along with 411Mania boss Larry Csonka in the Man Cave to talk about Wrestlemania 28. We’ll rundown the entire card, give our thoughts on how things have been built up, whether or not the matches will be any good, and who will win and why.
My best friend, March Madness partner, and hockey therapist Mike Brendle joins the Man Cave to continue our discussion about this years NCAA tournament. Believe it or not, our bracket is in the 90th percentile on ESPN.com so it’s obvious that we’re geniuses. I’ll also rant and rave about the Colorado Avalanche stretch run and my hate for Joe Sacco while Mike gives us One Lap of NASCAR and some Tiger Woods talk.
Thoughts on how and why The Hunger Games and Jennifer Lawrence will take over the world. Plus a challenge to every man who loves Jennifer Lawrence.
My best buddy Mike Brendle joins the Man Cave to recap the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament and give an update on how our bracket is doing. Plus we’ll tell you the secret to becoming an expert when talking about sports in one of the best segments ever recorded. All that and some NHL and NASCAR talk at the end.
Jack of all trades writer Sean Comer joins the Man Cave to talk about the latest in TV and Movies. We’ll preview The Hunger Games and whether or not it’ll break records, talk about what’s currently on TV including the new seasons of Mad Men and Game of Thrones, and tell you what we’re watching now and why you should be watching as well. Plus we’ll discuss WWE and the build towards Wrestlemania.