We were going to talk about wrestling that Garrett watched to end the mini-series we started and promised we’d finish. But then Trask refused to watch that wrestling and this is what happened as a result. We meandered toward the XFL, Vince McMahon and his imminent demise, some wrestling that Trask actually watched, cyber bullying because Trask is a horrible cyber bully and other stuff too I guess. We just did the podcast and honestly, we don’t even remember what we talked about. So listen, eh?
Garrett and Trask are going along pretty smoothly talking about TNA and Hardcore title matches – you know, the essentials in life – before Trask shockingly reveals that he has never seen one of the most famous matches on Garrett’s all time list. Garrett was flabbergasted. It also led to the reveal that Trask has never seen another historically important match. Feel free to judge Trask accordingly. What were those matches? Listen to this episode of Your Taste Is My Taste to find out! (You know you want to, that was an amazing tease – you basically have to listen, don’t be a guy who’s too cool for cool wonderful meandering podcasts, don’t be a jerk like that – do you wanna be a jerk like that? No? Then listen!)
This time on Your Taste we seek to avoid skirting all responsibility as Garrett and Trask talk all about the premiere wonderful form of wholesome pro wrestling content that is Global Force Total Impact Nonstop Action Wrestling – whatever it’s called now.
We bow to the owl. The owl is our leader. He will pluck out your eyes like Goneril from King Lear (that’s a literary reference to make us look all classy and stuff). It takes us like six minutes to talk about wrestling but that’s the whole point of this, isn’t it? Also discussed – Shane McMahon action figures, Davey Richards’ medical future, a thrilling guess the WCW figure game, the nature of podcasts and who Vince follows on Twitter, and Trask basically absorbing Garrett’s TNA fandom. Plus some OTT, AAW, and Wrestle-1 (you’re welcome Liam).
Rather than talk specifcally about some matches, this time Trask and Garrett (live in captivity from Trask’s basement) ramble on about pretty much everything including the most important of topics: ranking WCW theme songs. Only 1995 kids will remember this.