While attending NYCC this year the boys were honored to interview the creator of the best wrestling comics around, Mike Kingston.
Mike, who created Headlocked Comics, has built his entire comics brand himself through a pure passion for wrestling and the comic world.
We ask Mike how he managed to create and promote his brand as well as what wrestlers and matches influenced him the most. Mike also goes a bit into some of his writing and creative techniques that accelerated his brand along with some advice for those who are chasing their own dreams.
Before we head off to NYCC 2019 we wanted to drop a little episode to discuss the latest in the wrestling world...and comics.
We will be interviewing the mastermind behind the wrestling comics, Headlocked comics at NYCC so be sure to check that out!
AEW also had its first-ever publicly broadcasted episode, but how did it stack up against NXT?
Also more on Smackdown, Raw, and WWE news.
WWE has brought back the famous "King of the Ring" tournament. With the last winner being Wade Barret, who do the boys think will win this year? They also discuss which matches they'd like to see WWE bring back (Great Balls of Fire anyone?)
NXT is also making the move to the USA network. How does this sit with AEW?
Get the low down from the guys!
You have probably been there each Monday and Tuesday night when you just get sick and tired of the several talking segments put on by WWE during episodes of Raw and Smackdown.
Lately it has been Shane McMahon who has been really overused for several story lines, not just on one of the brands, but on both Monday and Tuesday nights. Also, what is the deal with overusing these 2 out of 3 falls matches?
Bray Wyatt also has a new friend who is just a new ray of sunshine, who goes by the name, The Fiend. Just how long do you expect Wyatt's gimmick to survive?
The internet has been talking about the king of the giggalos and giggalettes, otherwise known as Superhumman, after Joey Janela mimicked his trademarked elbow drop at a live show.
Is what Superhumman does on his channel good for pro wrestling? Dom gives us some insight on how pro wrestling can experience potential blow back and how he feels if this is truly fair towards indie wrestlers.
With Eric Bischoff and Paul Heyman getting new roles on the creative side of WWE, can this help enhance the product?
We also dive into on why certain things should be left as a mystery providing a key example with Taker vs Goldberg.
Out of the ashes of time the boys of TNTF have returned!
After a 2 month "vacation" they have finally come back to discuss the latest wrastlin' events.
To kick things off they dive into some MITB discussions, Rey Mysterio's son (or Eddie's?) Dominic making appearances in the WWE. And Brock Lesnar becoming the new BEAST in the Bank!
With AEW coming onto the scene with Double or Nothing we talk a bit on what we can expect to see from the promotion and how they can compete with WWE and other major wrestling promotions.
TNTF podcast has been going through some changes and we'd love to hear what YOU would like to hear us discuss. As of now we are looking to continue doing interviews and current wrestling event discussions from various promotions. However we will be adding in more general debates and talks about different wrestling topics.
Today's episode features us doing a run down of WWE Fastlane and how the event went over. We also talk about the biggest upcoming wrestling event, Wrestlemania. With two farewell matches planned and countless championship matches planned, what can we expect to see this year?
And most of all...what is it that Batista wants?
After a bit of a hiatus, we are finally back to our regular weekly episodes.
Today we discuss the events that unfolded at Elimination Chamber and if it is truly Kofi Kingston's time to become the WWE champion. There was also a bit of controversy that unfolded when DX was inducted to the WWE Hall of Fame as well.
We also give our takes on the NXT call ups that happened this week AND what exactly we think of the new Daniel Bryan.
Impact Wrestling's very own "Interview Queen" Alicia Atout, stopped by the TNTF podcast to have a chat with the boys.
Since Alicia has interviewed well over thousands of musical artists and pro wrestlers, maintains her own website (AMBY), and produces so many Youtube videos, we needed to ask how does she manage to keep up with so many bookings? We also needed to know, how does she typically conduct her research which lead to SO MANY great interviews with wrestling and musical talent?
Alicia shares her advice and experience which can be beneficial to many wrestling content creators and podcasters. She also shares with us what her gimmick would be if she became a pro wrestler!
Her journey to where she is today is truly fascinating and we are so lucky to have hosted her!
This is the second part of Japanese level 1.
Here Hisame and Dan will teach you about how to ask, "What is this?", "What is that?", and "What is over there?" using your Japanese abilities.
Being able to ask what something is will really allow you to open up your vocabulary and make it easier for you to get around. In this example we will role play being at the merchandise stands at a show.
Lesson notes: www.tntfpodcast.com