Stunt Granny Audio #84

Jeremy and Kevin are back on the airwaves and they’re not actually doing a preview for a pay per view. If it wasn’t obvious from the picture above, they talk about the WWE’s new reality blend show NXT. Which one of our hosts liked this show and was gushing over it like a school girl talks about Robert Pattinson? Which one of the hosts brought up the negatives of the show? And how long did it take for him to note them? Find out by clicking the link below.

Stunt Granny Audio Show #84

Bubba The Love Sponge Threatens To Kill Awesome Kong?

Oh Really?

God damn Bubba The Love Sponge fucking sucks. According to Prowrestling.net, Awesome Kong (Kia Stevens) has filed a lawsuit against the rotund radio host for calling her on Feb 10th and threatening, in a fun way, to kill her. You can read the quote from the link. There is a problem since the caller ID was blocked so no number shows up, but I totally believe Kong in all she says. See, Bubba is a talentless nobody who has a job based on Howard Stern having the need for additional content on his XM channel at one time. He got his foot in with TNA due to Hulk Hogan and then proceeded to rip on Haiti. When confronted by Kong she embarrassed him.

Now, Bubba says it wasn’t him calling since Kong claims the call was made while on the air at 5:08 am and his show doesn’t broadcast until 6 am. Here’s the thing. While it may not have been on air, and why would it, Bubba would still be at the office around that time to , you know, prepare. He also claims to have witnesses to his every movement from 4:5o am and on. I speak for all of us here at Stunt Granny in offering, ewwwwww.

This really comes down to Bubba trying to get his name out there again since it has been an entire two weeks of no headlines about his conduct. He has been a disaster since getting in to TNA and shows more poor judgment on the company’s part. He is becoming a distraction, whether this turns out to be true or not, and it’s time to cut ties. His contributions to the Impact broadcast are minimal and his name value is tarnished if that was even possible. – Jeremy

Mick Foley, Terry Funk to be honored at wrestling museum, hall of fame

Foley Funk

The wrestling museum will never be the same.

Mick Foley and Terry Funk are among the honorees at this year’s George Tragos/Lou Thesz Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Dan Gable International Wrestling Institute and Museum in Waterloo, Iowa. Terry Funk will be inducted into the hall of fame on Saturday, July 10, along with Paul “Butcher” Vachon, and posthumously Warren Bockwinkel (so look for son Nick to appear), George Gordienko and Stanislaus Zbyszko. Mick Foley will receive the Frank Gotch Award for bringing positive attention to wrestling outside of the sport, former WWF wrestler and road agent Rene Goulet will accept the Lou Thesz Award for in-ring work, and the Jim Melby Award for excellence in wrestling journalism will somehow not go to any of us but to J. Michael Kenyon, former sports writer for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

If history repeats itself, the museum will host a World League Wrestling event at Young Arena in Waterloo, Iowa, starting about 7 p.m. Friday, July 9, and the induction ceremony will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 10 (a press release is coming down the pike in the next couple of weeks, so more details will come later). And don’t forget, I live in Iowa, which means I’m turning this into a humongous party if any grandkids decide to show up! (P.S. I am a huge hypocrite because a) I haven’t made fun of Foley here yet, and b) I’m excited to possibly meet him.) -Eric

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