MFX: MFXtra: The Scottish Announce Table – Ep 28.
Duckman and George ‘The Animal’ Peel are back to bring you news and show reviews in the weird world of pro wrestling. It’s a pro wrestling podcast, with a decidedly Scottish flavour. On the show this week…
WrestleMania weekend (now more like a week to 10 days) is in the books and the lads are back to give all their thoughts on what went down on both nights of Mania! All the matches are covered from night one, with the lads marvelling at the impromptu, unscripted promos during the rain delay. George is furious as Michael Cole once again proves himself to be the worst commentator of all time. Duckman struggles to handle WWE’s rapid cut, incessant zooming and camera shaking production style. Thankfully there’s a god damn great main event to end the night. There’s so much real emotion on this show that the lads get caught up in it too, with the first SATP disagreement! Usually the lads are on the same page, but not when it comes to Bad Bunny!
Everything from Night 2 is covered from the terrible rendition of America The Beautiful to kick the show off, to Hulk Hogan thinking he’s Santa, to the turd sandwich that was Orton v The Fiend, to box-like structures and the greatest hits of Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens. Duckman marks the hell out at the finish to Sheamus vs. Riddle, George cringes at the singer doing Rhea Ripley’s entrance but loves the match, and both lads go nuts for the main event.
The WWE releases are covered, with George left raging once again at Vince and his business practices. The lads also cover AEW Dynamite hitting 1.2 million viewers and look ahead now the Wednesday Night War with NXT is over. They also cover Chris Jericho’s appearance on Stone Cold’s podcast. The show is wrapped up with reviews of night 1 and 2 of NXT Stand and Deliver. All the great matches are covered and the lads have a fantastic time reviewing two great NXT shows. It’s been a long WrestleMania week and this is a long show to cover all the happenings.
So sit back, relax and get some SATP goodness in your life. Thanks for listening, spread the word of the show and all that good stuff.