000 – Ahoy hoy!

It begins! Craig and Patrick welcome you all to their humble exploration of the later years in the history of that funny little town called Springfield.

Hosted by Patrick Brennan and Craig Mazerolle
Produced by Patrick Brennan
Logo by Stephen Belyea
Theme – “Children’s TV 2” by Dorian Kelly

040 – Our Bad Luck Fale is Hornswoggle

Logo by Scott Latimer

The Wrestle Daddies continue their coverage of the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea! Brett defends his title in yet another Olympic event, our head of security has a life changing revelation and one of our biggest stars from Season One returns in dramatic fashion… also Miriam Ursula Boatwright faces Buzz for the Wrestle Daddies Women’s Championship!

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

039 – Wrestle Daddies in a Downhill Jam

Logo by Scott Latimer

Oh boy, the Wrestle Daddies are in quite a downhill jam this week! While wrapping up the matches set up from last week, Brett informs Jake that he has become obsessed with the 2018 Olympic Winter Games and will only defend his title in PyeongChang… in the Downhill Slope event. The Daddies are heading to the Big Games! And they are bringing their newest legally distinct knock off stable with them.

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

038 – Shame

Logo by Scott Latimer

Shameful. Absolutely shameful. The Wrestle Daddies title scene undergoes some controversy when the champion is forced to reveal a humiliating secret. Perhaps we will redeem ourselves with a clean Fatal 4-Way in the main event? No. Also shameful. The Daddies channel their inner late-era WCW and book their dustiest card yet. Also we repackage Bray Wyatt as a Sex God.

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

037 – Mr. Dressup’s Resurrection Bounce

Logo by Scott Latimer

They’re back! After months of legal battles the Wrestle Daddies are back and they are ready to do their old show again. Your wrestlers – our arena. Come check out new Daddies favourites such as Christopher the Cranberry King and our very own Brett “The Beauty” Loughery on the brand new season of Wrestle Daddies presents – Mr. Dressup’s Resurrection BOUNCE!

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

036 – Daddy v. Daddy (with Ian Goff)

Logo by Scott Latimer

All rise for the honourable Judge Farley Cligg… The case tonight – Daddy v. Daddy. With all of the madness of the past few weeks, Jake and Brett go to court to settle who was the real villain? Who killed their beloved show? And who will pay. Court is now in season, Harvey Kei-tell me more!

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Guest Host: Ian Goff
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

035 – Legally Distinct Wrestle Wrestling Uncles Show

Logo by Scott Latimer

This is not Wrestle Daddies! Okay? So stop thinking that. Uncle Jake is being sued by too many different people, and legally speaking we can’t be the Wrestle Daddies until this court case is over. So Brett, I mean Bort, I mean Some Guy, has joined us on the show. It’s your favourite Wrestling Uncles show! Nothing to do with Wrestle Daddies though.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Thunderer’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

034 – Bort Bones is “Beyond Wrestling”

Logo by Scott Latimer

We finally managed to get the two Wrestle Daddies in the same room together and boy oh boy do they have some scores to settle. After branching off with two new shows over the past few weeks, Jake invites Bort Bones onto his new show Beyond Wrestling to replace his two former co-hosts, R.D. Steele and JOHn. Tensions boil and truth reigns/rains this week on Wrestle Daddies.

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

033 – Big Poppa Jake is Beyond Wrestling (with Dylan Sealy and Lucas Martin)

Logo by Scott Latimer

The second brand new Wrestle Daddies pilot – Jake Martin, along with mobile porn magnate R.D. Steele and Level 37 Feng Shui Master JOHn, decide to evolve the very IDEA of Wrestling in their new show – “Beyond Wrestling”. Listen in horror as Martin, Steele and JOHn break apart everything you love… but listen in unbridled pleasure as they build it up again.

Hosted by Jake Martin, Dylan Sealy and Lucas Martin
Cut by Jake Martin
Logo by Scott Latimer
Original Music by Dylan Sealy

032 – Bort Bone’s Info War(games)

After being fired from Wrestle Daddies, the shackles have been taken off ol’ Uncle Bort and he is MIFFED! Bort is here to expound some truths.

A brand new show from the former Wrestle Daddy.


Host and Cut by Brett Loughery
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

031 – My Dinner With Lauren (with Alexa Higgins)

Logo by Scott Latimer

The moment we have been dreading. Food Network CEO Lauren Graham has come over to Brett’s house for dinner and to meet his lovely family. It would be a nice, cozy winter evening if not for the fact that Ms. Graham has made it very clear that at the end of the night one of the Daddies will be FIRED. One thing is for sure, we will always remember our dinner with Lauren.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Guest Host: Alexa Higgins
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

030 – The 12 Matches of Christmas: Freakshow

Logo by Scott Latimer

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
Logo by Scott Latimer
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)

Logo by Scott Latimer

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
Logo by Scott Latimer
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!

Logo by Scott Latimer

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
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

027 – Blind Uncle Bort’s Underground Labyrinth

Logo by Scott Latimer

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
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band