It was a busy weekend of professional wrestling with shows all over the country along with NXT: Takeover featuring WarGames and Survivor Series. After the news that WrestleCircus had cancelled their weekend show I ponder the question will the Indy Wrestling Bubble burst? I also talk about the 1 Survivor Series match I watched, AJ Styles vs. Brock Lesnar, and why I enjoyed it.
In a follow up to episode 200, this is part 2 of Heath’s wrestling “career” and we also discuss why binge watching sucks. Heath confesses that he had a secret secondary wrestling life that few knew about. Mark shares his thoughts on Stranger Things 2 and whether or not the whole nostalgia thing has run it’s course. He talks about some other shows he’s watching and his plan to binge watch The Punisher when it releases. Mark recommended the show “Mindhunter” to Heath who has watched the show since the recording of this episode and Mark was spot on with his analysis.
In this episode of the Double Dropkick Show, Mark Whitman talks about his Orlando vacation including a gift he brought back for Heath. This episode covers just about everything including current events in Hollywood, the NFL, and Bruce Springsteen’s autobiography. It’s what happens when 2 best friends sit down to talk for the first time in a month. There’s a little bit of wrestling, a little bit of politics, and a whole lot of fun!
Heath Mullikin talks with Shane Dorr from Palmetto Championship Wrestling. Shane shares about what got him into wrestling and how Palmetto Championship Wrestling got started. He gives a run down of the history of the promotion, the Palmetto Wrestling Academy, the recent Showdown at the Valley 2, and what’s coming next. Here are some recent articles featuring PCW:
On this episode of the Double Dropkick Show, Heath Mullikin and Mark Whitman cover a wide range of topics centered around the theme of “how movie directors would book wrestling.” How would Tarentino book wrestling? George Lucas? Somehow we get into global warming and wrestlers relying on spots that will eventually get them injured and prematurely end their careers. Mark also shares how his love of movies influenced his wrestling promo’s and his tastes in wrestling. Here’s the promo Mark references in the episode.
Heath Mullikin needed to vent about the end of Marvel’s Secret Empire. In a way that only he could do, Mark Whitman ties it all into what’s wrong with the WWE and why it stinks to be stuck with characters we don’t really want. Yes, Captain America is Roman Reigns.
Heath Mullikin takes a moment to share his thoughts on the FloSlam vs. WWN situation, No Mercy, and why only watching WWE PPV”s is the entertaining way to go. It’s the Weekly Dropkick for September 29, 2017.
Heath Mullikin and Mark Whitman love fantasy booking. For this special 200th episode they fantasy book their wrestling careers while Heath looks back at his fantasy career between 3rd and 6th grade. If you love to hear Mark crack on Heath then this is the episode you don’t want to miss. Subscribe to The Double Dropkick Show on iTunes
On this episode of the Double Dropkick Show, Heath Mullikin and Mark Whitman discuss the Sexy Star and Rosemary situation. Mark also talks about recent events involving Brock Lesnar and Braun Strowman. Was Braun the chosen one all along? Subscribe to The Double Dropkick Show on iTunes
In this episode of the Double Dropkick Show, Heath Mullikin and Mark Whitman answer the question, “What if Bret Hart had been the third man in the NWO?” This takes us down many rabbit trails and results in us having to schedule another episode just to cover the effects on WWF. We look at the WCW roster, what this would’ve meant for Hulk Hogan, and other possibilities.