The CAWsCast returned on 4-19-11 with “The Phenom” Charles Shane and “Mr. Money on the Mic” JJ (ALL CAPS) $exay. Charles & JJ reviewed the 4-18-11 edition of Monday Night RAW and debuted a new RAW review sounder to cover wrestling…errr Entertainment. Chris Kelly of Headlocks2Headlines.com joined the show to talk about RAW as he just wrapped up 2 days at the Live events in the UK. Rick and Ludevig of The Lounge called in and invaded the show as JJ and Charles literally had an international incident with 4 countries being represented on the line, plus Ludevig explained the finer points of how to Shag sheep. After the break talk shifted to gaming as JJ opened the phone lines. Topics included the WWE ALL STARS DLC that has been delayed on the 360, the continuing problems with SVR2011 and the completely broken Gamespy server. New ideas regarding future wrestling games from Mo Cap to crisper animations and what THQ and Yukes can use from ALL STARS for the SVR series. A little TNA talk was brought up in regards to working conditions and the possibility of Hogan returning to the WWE…Charles and JJ give their uncensored feelings on that before wrapping the show on this episode of The CAWsCast.
Former TNA Knockout and current WWE Diva Gail Kim tweeted the following about the release of Jay Lethal from TNA:
Tna just lost one of the most talented guys I know in this business and also one of the best human beings I've ever met. What happened to building future talent? I hope wwe picks him up. Too talented to be wasted!
While R-Truth's heel turn and removal from the WWE Title Match at Extreme Rules was designed to get him over and not bury him, there was a feeling that he did not come off as a "dynamic performer" in the Gauntlet match on RAW two weeks ago to earn the title shot.
Over the last few weeks, since the horrifying New England appearance of Scott Hall, my Twitter page has blown up with plea’s to help Scott. First of all, nobody has to ASK me to help Scott Hall. I consider Scott like a brother. He’s much more than a friend. I have spent more time with Scott Hall in the last 18 years th