Sound Off 524 – THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED WITH JIM JOHNSTON’S RELEASE
SOUND OFF 524 opens with a sobering insurance story… praise for what Billy Corgan and Dave Lagana have done so far with their NWA revival… Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks self-financing their own independent show and trying to fill 10,000 seats, Cody names Daniel Bryan as his dream opponent and how realistic it is… Jim Johnston released by WWE and the Rage Against The Machine song that inspired Stone Cold’s theme… the AWAKENING of BROKEN MATT HARDY, WWE’s plans for the character, Anthem’s 180 on the issue and what may have led to their decision… answering WWE’s survey question on the air about why people are not watching 205 Live… Finn Balor is an afterthought yet again on Raw… a real honest analysis of Dolph Ziggler’s comments on Edge & Christian’s podcast voicing his frustration with his spot in WWE and why it would be best for him to go away for a while… the latest on Drew McIntyre’s injury and timetable for a return, plus the non-spoiler reveal for how they plan to determine a new #1 contender for the NXT title… is AJ Styles really planning to retire in the next couple of years?… could NXT talents benefit from an EXCURSION similar to New Japan’s Young Lions?… how Papa Shango almost ended up coming back in the Attitude Era… BUY OR SELL on the better Undertaker/Brock Lesnar Hell in a Cell match, No Mercy 2002 or HIAC 2015?… and Solomonster makes a call to Park, Park and Park Attorneys at Law.
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