030 – The 12 Matches of Christmas: Freakshow

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Christmas comes early for all the good Wrestle Children as Brett and Jake transform their network mandated ‘Freakshow!’ pay per view into the festive ’12 Matches of Christmas’. Listen in by that warm glowing fire as special guests from episodes past come back for the holiday good time feelings.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
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Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

029 – The Big Food Network in the Sky (with Alexa Higgins)

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The Reckoning has come for our Daddies as Food Network CEO Lauren Graham Cracker parachutes directly into Gary World wondering where their wrestling content has flown off to. Brett and Jake weave a complicated wicker basket of lies to convince Ms. Graham Cracker that, as the old Irish proverb goes, ‘Everything is Fine’.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Guest Host – Alexa Higgins
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Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band
Additional Music – Title(what comes after “Music:”) by Kevin MacLeod

028 – Young Lions, Assemble!

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Roles are reversed as Jake becomes enchanted with Gary World and finds a heap of suggestions for new attractions. Meanwhile, Brett is off to Asia to contract a new work force for the theme park – New Japan Pro Wrestling’s Young Lions. Let’s hope Food Network doesn’t find out we started a new show!

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
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Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

027 – Blind Uncle Bort’s Underground Labyrinth

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Altavista’s brand new streaming service is off to a bombastic start as Brett is left to build the start of an amusement park by himself. Meanwhile, Gary Oldman has gone missing and both Wrestle Daddies are called into the ring to entertain the masses. Also, nobody tell Food Network about our new show. Please.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
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Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

026 – Altavista Presents: Gary

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The Dads are back in town! Our co-hosts reunite after weeks of contract negotiations to start from square one yet again… luckily Brett’s got a pocket full of wrestlers and Jake has a lucrative deal with Altavista! Catch Wrestle Daddies and such wrestlers as Splint Butchrock and of course your champion…. Jake Martin!

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
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Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

025 – Wrestle Daddies: A Retrospective

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If you have never listened to an episode of Wrestle Daddies… this would be the perfect chance to start! After having no contact with Brett since he quit the show, we received this tape in the mail. A full retrospective of Wrestle Daddies greatest moments… and what appears to be an apology.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
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Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

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024 – “Survivor” Series Part Three

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The Merge! 11 wrestlers have defied the odds and made it to the merge in this season of Wrestle Daddies Survivor. Stone Cold Steve Austin, Sasha Banks, Bayley, Brian Pillman, Triple H, HBK, CM Punk, Asuka, The Miz, Jake the Snake Roberts and your own Wrestle Daddy Jake have clawed their way to the top. Now to see who receives he prestigious Wrestle Daddies title!

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
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Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

023 – “Survivor” Series Part Two

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Our season of Survivor rolls on and the hidden immunity idols flow freely. Meanwhile, Hulk Hogan declaring himself team captain has ruffled a few feathers… including a Mr. Stone Cold Steve Austin. We sprint towards the merge as all of your favourite wrestlers (and Jake) battle it out for that sweet prize of our title belt. And a million dollars in Nazi Gold.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
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022 – “Survivor” Series Part One

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39 Days. 18 Wrestlers. 1 Survivor. Under the guidance of former champion Jeff Probst (aka El Totino) we bring a full season of Wrestle Daddies Survivor to the Food Network! A tribe of Heels, a tribe of Tweeners and a tribe of Faces compete for the coveted Wrestle Daddies Championship on the sunny beaches of Letzay, Fiji. See all your favourite stars compete! Shawn Michaels! CM Punk! The Hamburglar! All the greats are here!

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
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021 – Rusev Comes To Town

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Rob Van Dam has left us with the love triangle of Dave Meltzer, Vince Russo and Jim Cornette in the middle of our ring. Brett’s obsession with Survivor threatens to swallow the company. The only solution is to bring in a real, Blue Collar American to save Wrestle Daddies: Career Day – Alexander Rusev.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
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Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

020 – Russo Comes to Town (with Colin Sharpe)

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Master Chef Rob Van Dam brings the Daddies straight to Smark City, USA as he brings all sorts of famous wrestling icons with him to the Municipal Struggle. Witness the likes of Dave Meltzer, Vince Russo and of course, the Hamburgler lace their boots and compete in Wrestle Daddies most insane match yet!

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Guest Host – Colin Sharpe
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Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

019 – The TIFF Riff

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This week the Daddies continue their Career Day: Municipal Struggle with a celebration of the film industry and TIFF. Actors are basically just wrestlers without the punches, right? Come see how Christian Bale, James Franco, and many more fare in our ongoing gauntlet match.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
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Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

018 – Wrestle Daddies Career Day: Municipal Struggle

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The Daddies get their show back! Food Network picks up the Daddies new show ‘Wrestle Daddies Career Day’. The show consists of one long convoluted match that lasts for weeks. Wrestlers include Brett’s Great Grandfather and a horse named El Timber-Timbre.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
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Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

017 – Fisticuffs Slamdown Million Dollar Fallout Show

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What a ride it’s been. With our minds still reeling from that wild night in Saigon last episode… we find out whether we were successful enough to start a new season. Unfortunately Fisticuffs Slamdown led some of our wrestlers to a terrible fate… Also in this episode – a fisherman named Raoul convinces Brett to revive the career gimmick days of early 90’s WWF!

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
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Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band