WrestleMania 25 Review Audio

Just add eight years.

Just add eight years.

A day late and about $110 short, Eric and Kevin bring you their WrestleMania 25 review. The guys go match by match, offering their opinions of the wrestlers, the moves, the booking, and the crowd. Oh, that crowd. Sometimes you’re hot, sometimes you’re not. What came off well on TV? What didn’t? What left the guys speechless? And why did Kevin go to the kitchen to cook? Click to listen and find out!

WrestleMania 25 Review

7 Responses to “WrestleMania 25 Review Audio”

  1. Kirk 2009-04-08 at 1:10 am #

    Dear Sirs,

    I apologize for unleashing my latent comic book geek….

    But Rey went into Wrestlemania 19 as [b]The Flash[/b], not Daredevil.

    Sorry. Carry on….

    • stuntgranny 2009-04-08 at 11:32 am #

      I’ll blame that mistake on Eric, Mr. LCBG.

  2. special 2009-04-08 at 1:54 pm #

    Couldn’t agree more with you boys, all the retarded torch columnist slags having their little wanks about whether HBK/taker was 4.565 stars or 4.789 stars should be fucking shot and put out of their weasily little existances.

    Now, while this audio was sweet and everything, surely what the world really needs is some more audio on mania with an old school experiment from dusty and jeremy on the matter.

    you know it would be special, i’m just sayin…

    • stuntgranny 2009-04-08 at 6:28 pm #

      I would love to but I got my once a year crippling sickness going. I can barely talk let along put a thought together. SO the only real difference is that I can barely talk. J-

  3. special 2009-04-09 at 10:50 am #

    the old post five star match fatigue syndrome eh, gotcha. at some stage though old school line up would be good listening I’m sure. who’s the dude that eric and dusty had on with them, just one of their mates?

  4. Kirk 2009-04-09 at 11:26 am #

    That would be the Big Round Wizard.

  5. IcePossum13 2009-04-09 at 2:46 pm #

    Actually, Rey did dress as both Daredevil and The Flash. The Daredevil mask, which he wore at Wrestlemania XIX, was complete with little horns.

    Plus, remember his all-silver look at Summerslam 2007? That was supposed to be the Silver Surfer.

    The red mask with the silver lenses he wore when he came back on Raw from his last injury was an homage to Iron Man. The pants were supposed to look like Iron Man’s legs, too.

    He’s done the Spider-Man thing numerous times, dating back to his WCW days.

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