Before breaking down the week in wrestling, Graham "GSM" Matthews shares a quick clip of his brief interview with Impact's Ethan Carter III, who talks the amount of creative freedom he has in the company compared to his time in WWE NXT! From there, GSM gives his quick recap of his experience at NXT Lowell last Thursday night, thoughts on Ring of Honor's excellent Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view event, why you need to watch Killshot vs. Dante Fox from the latest Lucha Underground episode, and rumors regarding the return of Kaitlyn to WWE.
Plus, listen as he reviews WWE's No Mercy pay-per-view event as well as Raw and SmackDown Live from this week and gives his two cents on Jason Jordan's shortcoming against The Miz and if their feud will continue while Finn Balor vs. Bray Wyatt should NOT continue, Cesaro's mouth getting messed up in the match of the night at No Mercy, Alexa Bliss moving into a feud with Mickie James, how John Cena vs. Roman Reigns delivered and Brock Lesnar vs. Braun Strowman did not, Enzo Amore winning the WWE Cruiserweight Championship and what it means for the Cruiserweight division, The Shield reuniting soon and who they should face at TLC, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn stealing the show on SmackDown Live, The Usos and The New Day doing battle inside Hell in a Cell, and much more!
Ahead of WWE No Mercy on Sunday, Jamie Lee Mac returns to WrestleRant Radio to preview and predict the entire event with Graham "GSM" Matthews! Before before they get into their picks for the pay-per-view, the duo discuss Bobby "The Brain" Heenan's passing and the legacy he leaves behind, Starrcade returning and the ridiculous amount of WWE pay-per-views, highlights from Monday's Raw, early candidates for WWE's Superstar of the year for 2017, Jinder Mahal's controversial promo from Tuesday's SmackDown Live and why he needs to drop the WWE Championship as soon as possible.
From there, they talk No Mercy and Enzo Amore's chances of capturing the WWE Cruiserweight Championship, Bray Wyatt turning face after his feud with Finn Balor wraps up, pitching a Fatal 4-Way for the Raw Tag Team Championship as the TLC main event, why it's soon for Jason Jordan to become Intercontinental Champion, Bayley winning the Raw Women's Championship and how it could lead to the anticipated program with Sasha Banks, who goes over between John Cena and Roman Reigns and why it can't be a one-time deal, and the best booking options for the Brock Lesnar vs. Braun Strowman Universal Championship match.
Plus, stay tuned for quick comments from Konnan from Wednesday's Impact conference call talking Rey Mysterio's status with the company and the presentation of LAX!
Branden Dross is back on WrestleRant Radio with Graham "GSM" Matthews to shoot the breeze on all things wrestling-related, and nothing is off limits! They're talking the overabundance of wrestling nowadays, John Cena vs. Roman Reigns at No Mercy and how it could lead to a rumored Cena vs. Undertaker match at Survivor Series (which Branden might be in attendance for), WWE's hot-shot booking, Kevin Owens attacking Mr. McMahon and a possible WrestleMania match with Triple H, the Mae Young Classic and who should be signed, the next NXT Women's Championship, Asuka going to Raw, if NXT should be two hours each week, Adam Cole joining NXT, Finn Balor's feud with Bray Wyatt and why it's fallen flat, Dolph Ziggler's new gimmick, the current state of Ring of Honor and who could be their next big star, a bold prediction for Cody Rhodes, and much more!
Graham "GSM" Matthews hosts another exclusive interview on WrestleRant Radio this week as he talks to Johnny Impact (a.k.a. Johnny Mundo and John Morrison) about his decision to sign with GFW and why it was the perfect time, his thoughts on The Miz's recent resurgence in WWE and if they keep in contact, and how the Johnny Impact ring name came about.
From there, GSM gives his two cents on Jeff Jarrett's "leave of absence" from GFW and other concerning rumors regarding the company as well as his thoughts on the latest batch of episodes of the Mae Young Classic before breaking down Raw, SmackDown Live and NXT from this past week. He discusses Jason Jordan's strong showing versus John Cena and why the Jordan experiment isn't working so far, who's next to challenge for The Miz's Intercontinental Championship, why it's difficult to care about the continuation of the Bray Wyatt vs. Finn Balor feud, Big Show possibly calling it a career after an excellent Steel Cage match with Braun Strowman, Shane McMahon getting "suspended," Dolph Ziggler's re-debut and why it was a waste of time, Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Randy Orton, predictions for next week's loaded SmackDown show and the Mae Young Classic finals, Asuka officially relinquishing the NXT Women's Championship, and much more!