We’re finally breaking the silence about the change in personalities on the show. This week’s episode is all about getting to know our new Andy, Andy Gold. Mostly we talk about Mormon stuff.
This week we sit down with Eric Watts, a rising star in the Los Angeles wrestling scene. We get into the business behind the business, like unionizing and getting paid? but we also talk about the human side, like where Eric finds the anger that he sometimes needs to get in the zone and the big themes of fear, racism, sexism, and homophobia that still cover the surface of the sport.
We’re late this week, but we have an amazing guest to make up for it! Rhea Butcher showed up to talk to us about literally everything! We dive into racism, sexism, Charlottesville, baseball, rape jokes, sobriety, and how to own up to our mistakes and “be a man.”
The biggest things we learned this week are how to handle people with love and compassion, even when they’re wrong? and how to attend a protest without creating a riot.
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