It’s a special Monday Night edition of the First Black Champ podcast! We recap Extreme Rules and talk what is possibly the best moment of WWE 2019. We talk Randy Orton vs Kofi Kingston Implications. We also cover, Bray’s return, Kevin Owens being Stone Cold, Vince’s possible chess move with Shinsuke and Bayley’s potential slow heel turn! All that while watching the Raw Union live!
It’s another cooler than expected #FBCPod! Make sure you hashtag that to let us know you fawking with the movement!
It’s officially 2 years of the First Black Champ Podcast and we are just beginning! Special thanks for Barber’s Chair Digital, Jonathan Hood and YOU the listener for rocking with us through trash audio and light streaming numbers! We appreciate you!
In the midst of our celebration we talk WWE Extreme Rules and give probably our best prediction and potential guranDAMNTees to date! With the improvements of Raw and Smackdown, we ask the question, Did Vince only beat Heyman and Bischoff because of his budget? We want to know your answer!
And as promised we give you Every Black WWE Champion since since July of 2017 on this milestone episode of the First Black Champ Podcast! Use the hashtag #ImFawkingWithFBCPod
Shout to Exotic Pops Chicago! They blessed us with come promo packs, so we return the favor with a fire promo saluting them!
Since the card for Stomping Grounds is 100% official, we got another prediction run! We also speak on the the Super Over R-Truth and what it truly means to turn “Shit into Gold”. It’s been a minute since you got an oral history from us, so here you go! The Oral History of Bill Goldberg!
The Super Showdown happened and unfortunately the everlasting memory with be the horrendous match that was Goldberg vs The Undertaker and them almost killing each other on accident. We take our time on this one and give our thoughts on why this happens, who can do it and who the rest of The Undertaker’s opponents should be moving forward.
After that we talk Shane McMahon and his unclaimed WWE Championship and express our disgust for the rumoring Attitude Hour on this week’s #FirstBlackChampPod.
NXT Takeover 25 is wrap and we got new Black Champs! We deep dive on that as well as why it’s time for Velveteen Dream to leave NXT. All these are signs of wrestling truly changing and it being the best time ever to be a black wrestler. Then we talk Jon Moxley on Talk is Jericho and what it really means for him, being a writer in the WWE and if it’s the right move for everybody else on this weeks #FirstBlackChampPod.
Money In The Bank happened and well…Bayley tried to save it. We talk about what really matters as far as that pay per view and what to expect next.
Then Bang breaks down AEW’s first pay per view, Double or Nothing and what it means moving forward. Then we talk Fans, Cody and what this really is vs what people are making it.
We close with celebrating two new historical black champions and the fact we can not forget about the Universal Title on this week’s #FirstBlackChamp podcast!