QUESTION OF THE DAY: When was a time that professional wrestling got you through a dark time in your life?
This week, The Doc is joined by Jordan Fox of The Chair Shot and Indy Wrestling Radio to discuss the Summerslam card, specifically how the current build compares to past Summer Classics, the possibilities of a Money in the Bank cash-in, and the ramifications of Charlotte Flair on the Smackdown Women’s Title match. That conversation takes place in the second half of the show. In the first half, Jordan tells the story of his opioid addiction and how his sobriety has been reinforced by chasing his dream of being in the wrestling business. Far too often, especially as of late, wrestling brings us together to gripe about the WWE product’s deficiencies, but today is about letting one person’s story with professional wrestling teach us (or at least remind us) of an important life lesson and encourage us to live life one day at a time.
Disclaimer – this episode may not be suitable for children; parental discretion is advised.
- Oney Lorcan Asks For Release From WWE
- Eric Bischoff On The Crazy Reason That Triple H Didn't Work Out In WCW
- Corey Graves On How He Would Change Survivor Series
- Booker T On Sin Cara Wanting To Be Released By The WWE
- Jordan Myles Talks Jay Lethal, WWE Racism & His Contract, NJPW/AEW, Kofi, Depression, and more