Stunt Granny Audio #192

This an excruciatingly special edition of Stunt Granny Audio because it features the reuniting of Jeremy, Eric and Dusty for the first time in a long, long time. And not only that, but it also features the debut of several different new features of Stunt Granny Audio, including the Top Five At Five, Match Game and the Mount Rushmore game. Can you barely contain your excitement!? They talk about the nine hour long AJ-Daniel Bryan-CM Punk segment that opened Raw, they talk about the heart warming ascent of Austin Aries, they talk about Iowa’s own Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame and who will all be there, and they talk about a whole lot more things that you can only know about if you listen to the audio. So why don’t you do that? NOW.

Stunt Granny Audio Show #192

Second Annual Akeem Memorial Hall of Fame: Fun Wrestlers

Every year, starting in 2010, we here at Stunt Granny will go through a rigorous, dangerous, possibly illegal set of votes to induct people into our own Akeem Memorial Hall of Fame. The voting is broken up into four categories: Serious Wrestlers, Fun Wrestlers, Angles, and Matches. This post is for the Fun Wrestlers. Here are last year’s inductees:

Evil Doink the Clown, Honky Tonk Man, Big Boss Man, Akeem, Repo Man, Norman Smiley

And now, without any further ado, here are this year’s inductees!

La Parka

Sensational Sherri

Big Bubba Rogers

Kamala w/Kimchee

Barry Horowitz

Koko B. Ware

Stunt Granny Audio Show #145

I luvs me the twittetube!

Because we’re not always interested in the wrestling week in and week out, we decided to cover the topic of social media and wrestlers’ use of it. This topic was too big for just two men so Eric, Jeremy and Kevin joined in the fray. We start off my talking about how odd it is that two icons, the Ultimate Warrior & Hulk Hogan, from our childhoods are having a cat fight by way of social media whether it is Twitter barbs or Youtube diatribes that have distracting back grounds. The guys further the conversation by wondering what the end game is for some of these wrestlers. Do they do it to placate their egos? Are they doing it just to get their characters over? Do they think there’s a pot of gold at the end of the social media rainbow? The boys close out the show by talking about the social media firestorm that they were directly (we think) involved with, the Jeff & Matt Hardy tasing video. Kick back with more social media in your ear holes!

Stunt Granny Audio Show #145

Slow News Day: Hulk Hogan does the Chicken Dance

When a fake blind guy and Hulk Hogan doing the Chicken Dance are the top news stories of the day, it nudges us closer to the ledge as we watch our hits tumble down. So at least stick around for a minute and 43 seconds to see Hogan arrogantly shuffle through a standard wedding reception dance, then turn it into Hulkamania going wild before dancing with a cute little Hulkamaniac. It might have been a midget, I’m not sure. (Posted by the Honky Tonk Man on his very active Twitter account.) -Eric

Eric’s blog: On a slow news day like today…

lanny poffo

"I hear tonight I'm teaming with the Honky Tonk Man, I'll be surprised if we get paid; I only see 8 fans!"

… is it sad that Jeremy says, “someone needs to die already”?

… is it wrong to wish for 7-8 WWE “superstars” to get canned?

… would it help if a major financial backer (read: money mark) for an upstart wrestling promotion (read: crock of shit) ended up dead, naked and face down in a hotel bathtub, covered in Vaseline, with a hooker sobbing uncontrollably on the bed?

(Would the hooker really still be there, or would she have taken the money and ran?)

(And who’s to say the hooker would have been a “she”?)

(Speaking of which, any Mexican midgets die lately?)

… is it sad that Samoa Joe yelling at Jeremy Borash would be a welcome piece of news?

… would it be too much for Shawn Michaels to tweet something on that Twitter account that he savvily ended with an underscore?

… could John Cena accidentally call Stephanie McMahon a “cunt” on the radio? Now *that* would be legendary.

… could Lanny Poffo and Honky Tonk Man at least team up to DVDA that hooker from earlier?

… could Spike TV announce that it’s pre-empting TNA iMPACT! for the duration of the show’s contract in favor of showing two-hour marathons of “That’s My Bush” and old episodes of “Police Squad”?

… could Dixie Carter just come to her fucking senses?

Stunt Granny Audio: Stunt Granny Hall of Fame Edition!


Bet you’ll never guess who got inducted today!

Dusty and Eric team up to talk about all of the inductees into the first class of the Stunt Granny Hall of Fame. Oh, you’ve read the listings below, but have you really — and I mean really — thought about why each of those inductees is in an elite fraternity such as the Stunt Granny Hall of Fame? Well, you might have thought you thought about it, but Dusty and Eric have thought about it more, and they continue the explanation via a discussion right here. (And they might even tease nominees for next year! And by “might,” I mean “do”!) So click to listen!

Stunt Granny Hall of Fame Audio (Part 1, 45 min)

Stunt Granny Hall of Fame Audio (Part 2, 45 min)

Stunt Granny Hall of Fame Inductees: Fun Wrestlers

He pulled his own arm right outta the socket!

Here are the inductees into the fun wrestler wing of the Hall. The first one listed got an automatic bid, because he’s fucking awesome that’s why.

Evil Doink the Clown

Honky Tonk Man

Big Boss Man


Repo Man

Norman Smiley

Stunt Granny Nostalgia Audio: NXT And Jobbers!

Stunt Granny Audio is never BLANK...

Dusty takes time out from nursing his back to health with chocolate ice cream and a Crazy for Swayze Movie Madness Marathon to join resident Stunt Granny nostalgia specialist Dan “Zourah” Kuester in talking about a veritable plethora of things, wrestling and non-wrestling related alike. Who do the guys think is going to win this season of Survivor? Which one reminds Dusty of Kaiser Soze? What do the kind young gentlemen think of the NXT guys? What does that have to do with nostalgia anyway? Find out how everything gets tied together like an Encyclopedia Brown novel in this audio spectacular! Or else!

Stunt Granny Nostalgia Audio: NXT And Jobbers!

Honky Tonk Man’s WWF debut… as a face

From the Random Stuff Department: It’s no big secret that the Honky Tonk Man debuted in the WWF in 1986 as a babyface, but I’d never seen his first match until now. Oh man, this was a terrible idea all around. His look was awful, the commentary was hilariously awful (Jesse Ventura making fun of Honky AND Hulk Hogan, and Vince McMahon trying his best to keep up), and the crowd silently shit on the whole thing. Good times. -Eric

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