The Yule log has burned out. The stockings have been packed with care. Turkeys have been thrown into the alley. But, brothers, you still haven’t pinned this holiday season one, two, three. Not until you’ve celebrated Hulkmas. So join us for the traditional two hour discussion of holiday movies and music, Hogan or otherwise. We’ve got godzillas, tragic snow golems, and Bea Arthur. It’s a Hulkmas miracle!
After Rocky 3, one thing was clear: Hulk Hogan needed more lines and more responsibility. Join us as we begin our discussion of Hulk's first leading role and the 64th highest grossing film of 1989 - No Holds Barred.
No matter your political leanings, we can all agree that a major event in our nation's history took place recently, a shift that will affect our country for generations. We're of course referring to this podcast's completion of the Rocky series and renewed focus on Terry "Hulk" Hogan. So join us as we examine Hulk’s place on the political stage. We're gonna have discussions. We're gonna have discussions that are so good. Believe us.
It's important to spend holidays with the ones you love, so we know you'll want to spend this one with us. It's a day of food, football, and Hulk Hogan, so join us as we wish everyone a happy Hulksgiving.
We’ve taken a beating. Our eyes are swollen shut. Our hands are broken. We’re bleeding internally. It’s time to stop the fight. Join us as we throw in the towel and say goodbye (for now) to the Rocky series.
There are a lot of bad people in the Rocky universe. This week we're here to discuss some of the more traditional villains in the series - namely Clubber Lang, Ivan Drago, and Tommy Gunn. We also discuss Adonis Creed, Mason Dixon, and more in our penultimate Rocky episode.
As we near the homestretch of our Rocky coverage, there's just a few characters left to discuss. This week we knock out two, Tony "Duke" Evers and Robert Balboa. And of course, that leads us to cover infanticide, long developing murder plots, artificial intelligence, and cyborg romance theories.
So come along brothers, as we examine one of the most absurd childhoods in cinema history.
Action Jackson. Chubbs Peterson. Dillon, that son of a bitch. Carl Weathers has played a lot of parts in his career, but we're here to talk about his most iconic role, Apollo Creed. We've already spent a lot of time on the Rocky series, but there's still plenty of meat on that bone. You take it home, throw it in a pot, add some broth, a potato, baby you got a stew going!
There are a lot of villains in the Rocky movies. But the two worst people in the series can be found in Rocky's corner. Join us as we explore two of the worst men a boxer could ever have in his corner, Paulie Pennino and Mickey Goldmill.
They say that behind every great man is a great woman. Or at least a painfully shy pet shop employee in a giant sweater. This may be our most offensive episode to date. Don't miss it.
We’re back for round two of our 1000 part Rocky series. This week we wrap up our discussion of the title character. Also, the sad end of Gazzo, our nerdy college pastimes, and a detective with a spotted face.
We send belated birthday wishes to our hero and inspiration - Hulk Hogan.
In 1975, a struggling actor wrote a script. Little did he know that 40 years later, two idiots from Texas would spend hours discussing it. Listen to our first major departure from Hulk Hogan’s career as we discuss westerns, karate, rubber balls, and more in part one of our Rocky retrospective.
Rocky 3. Hulk Hogan's film debut as Thunderlips the Ultimate Male. This week we break it down in sickening detail and discuss Vince McMahon Sr.'s urine. Also, find out if Clint is proud of Jacob.
Randy Savage, Sgt. Slaughter, Ted DiBiase, Jeffery Dahmer, the BTK Killer, and more as we wrap up our our discussion of Hulk Hogan's impact in the ring.
Hulk Hogan is the most famous wrestler of all time, but was he any good in the ring? That's our topic this week along with bad wrestling finishers, alarm clocks, T. Boone Pickens, and Hacksaw Jim Duggan's hygiene.
We've said we aren't wrestling experts. On this episode, we prove it as we discuss wrestling history and Hulk Hogan's place in it.
Is there really enough material to justify a Hulk Hogan podcast? Brothers, you have no idea. Join us as we catalog a lifetime in red and yellow.
Who are we? Why are we doing this? What’s wrong with us? Find out in our first episode.
Draft Drawing Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXli5ngFWgY