058 – Inside Out Danny Goes To Washington (with Michael Mongiardi)

Logo by Scott Latimer

Things get surgical as the Wrestle Daddies continue their Summer Education tour… We find ourselves in rural Ontario at Inside Out Danny’s controversial promotion – Inside Out Wrestling, where all of the wrestlers are inside out. Worlds collide as some classic Wrestle Daddies stars go up against the likes of Upside Down Margaret and one of our Wrestle Children has their life changed forever…

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

057 – Summer School is in Session (with Lance Byrd)

Logo by Scott Latimer

The Wrestle Daddies start their cross-country summer tour as they seek out the brightest minds of the wrestling business to study under. First stop – Brett’s hotel. Brett grabbed Sid Crosby, a limo driver from the hotel who has an edgy guerrilla wrestling promotion with some major history – Wrestling Company (Going For a Long Time). And no he is not that Sid Crosby, but he’d be a very good wrestler too.

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

056 – Eighty Pounds of Gold

Logo by Scott Latimer

After returning from E3 the Daddies pose a tough question – have they become out of touch with wrestling? How do they bring back their hardcore wrestling fans? Why with a new and utterly confusing championship title of course! Tune in as the first ever ‘Atlantean Championship. Including some new listener suggestions such as Mort the Tort and Wind Turbines!

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

056 – Live From E3 2018

Logo by Scott Latimer

Thank you so much ladies and gentlemen for attending the first ever Wrestle Daddies E3 Press Conference featuring Telltale Games. We are so excited to show you the innovations we have made in a series of brand new games based on all of your favourite Wrestle Daddies characters and storylines.

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

054 – Magic Mike 3 XXXL: The Staff of Ozarik

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Let’s Play “Magic Mike 3 XXXL: The Staff of Ozarik”, the thrilling video game adaptation of the Oscar-nominated Hamburglar starring Magic Mike 3 XXXL. A dynamic, feature-filed full length video game simultenously releasing for the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis. Oh yeah, and we also have our big title match.

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

053 – A Tournament Just For You

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Muscleman Poundtown pounds on ahead with full coverage of the Tournament Just For You! The winner will earn the right to face three other men for the Wrestle Daddies Championship. Yes that’s right, the prize for beating 15 other wrestlers is the right to fight three more! Some classic first round match ups scheduled include – Hulk Hogan vs Mr. Dressup, Barack Obama vs Shark Boy Sr and of course the much anticipated clash of Price is Right Hosts: J.T. Street vs Drew Carey.

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

052 – Muscleman Poundtown

Logo by Scott Latimer

In our Season Six Premiere, Brett and Jake finally bury the hatchet in order to create a brand new wrestling sensation – Muscleman Poundtown. We need a new start, and what better way to do that then to draft an entire new company?

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

051 – Daddyversary

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Our one year anniversary pay per view, it’s Daddyversary, baybay! Brett and our old friend the Time Wizard have bent the laws of our universe to bring you the grandest wrestling pay per view in history. In fact we go all the way back to the year 2005 for a card stacked to the brim. John Lennon and Paul McCartney take on Pomp and Circumstance, Goku fights Freiza but it’s all about that main event – Daddy v Daddy II.

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

050 – Series Recap

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In anticipation of our One Year Anniversary, Brett and Jake take some time from the Wrestle Daddies Hall of Fame ceremony to do a “brief” recap of the entire series up to this point.

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

049 – Ridgewell P. Bertwhistle, Couples Counselor (with Stephen Belyea)

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Well, your Wrestle Daddies are finally going to couples counselor. For you. We want to work this out so we can give you the Anniversary you all deserve. Jake found the perfect couples counselor too – Ridgewell P. Bertwhistle. Join us amongst the bird skeletons in his office as we peek behind the curtain of the dysfunctional relationship of the Wrestle Daddies.

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

Minisode 2 – We Can Work it Out Maybe

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Jake and Brett aren’t speaking so Jake updates the listeners on the state of the show while he looks for a couples counselor.

Hosted and Cut by B̶r̶e̶t̶t̶ ̶L̶o̶u̶g̶h̶e̶r̶y̶ and Jake Martin
Special Guest Appearance by ???
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

048 – Breaking Point

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When will you Daddies get along? Brett and Jake attempt to repair their unraveling partnership with the first ever Wrestle Daddies Tag Team Tournament, featuring new superstars such as a former WWE Champion and a series of fragile boys. Will it be just the thing they need to reconcile? Probably not, the episode is called ‘Breaking Point’.

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

047 – Good Evening, Please Leave

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Brett wakes Jake up in the middle of the night to try to prove he still loves wrestling… by hiring a bunch of out of shape indie knock offs of famous wrestlers. Join Botcho Man Andy Average and Bulk Ogan as Brett tries to prove he still has it. Oh also Jake is fine from being kidnapped last week, thanks for asking.

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

046 – 72 Dogs

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Tensions flare between our Daddies as Brett tries to weasel out of yet another title defense. But this time he brought back up. 72 dogs.

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

045 – We Finally Talk About T-Shirts

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A Wrestle Daddies Slumber Party, After Dark! The Wrestle Daddies record way past their bedtime and it leads to the most openings we’ve had on the show so far. But it also leads to a shocking revelation – We’ve never talked about T-shirts. We make up for lost time and pump out all the merchandise we missed out on. Also Brett defends his title in a Great British Bake Off because he hates wrestling.

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