This week on the Wrestling 2 the MAX Smackdown Review, Harry Broadhurst returns. He is joined by his normal co-hosts Brandon Biskobing and Liz Pugliese.
SmackDown has one spot left in the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match, and it comes down to two modern greats…and one not so great when Daniel Bryan vs Samoa Joe turns into a triple threat with Big Cass. Shinsuke Nakamura looks to tune up for MITB using Tye Dillinger! A dance-off, a six-man tag (The Bar/Miz vs The New Day), and Asuka vs. Mandy Rose round out the show.
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Wrestling 2 the MAX tries to cover everything from WWE, NXT, Impact Wrestling, and ROH to other global entities like Lucha Underground and New Japan Pro Wrestling. This show comes to you twice a week and is informative, fun, and meant for every kind of pro-wrestling fan out there. You can follow the hosts @W2MSean, @W2Mgary, @hailtothechimp7, or the entire network @W2MNetwork.
Sean studied Journalism at the University of North Texas. He loves pro-wrestling so much that he even trained to be a wrestler at the age of 17. Though he eventually had to quit wrestling to go to college, he still returned to do play-by-play commentary, help write storylines, and most of all, to watch matches. Sean started his love of pro-wrestling at the age of five after watching a Hulk Hogan match. Due to his family hating sports-entertainment, there were many years he missed. However, he returned full-time to being a fan in the late 1990s. Since then, Sean has gone on to write for various wrestling websites in a number of capacities, but he discovered his true passion, Podcasting, four years ago when he and Gary started the Wrestling 2 the MAX Podcast.
Gary is a native North Texan with a Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas. His time in college actually rekindled his love of pro wrestling he had lost somewhere along the way. Gary’s enjoyment of the sport began around 1996. As a fan, he has become a student of the wrestling business and gains knowledge through many platforms. WCW is dear to his heart because of it being his introduction to the scene. Now, Gary is a proud podcast host, as well as a writer for wrestling columns.