Go-Home Podcast to WrestleMania 35- Smart Marks of Wrestling Ep. 3

On Episode 3 of the Smart Marks of Wrestling Podcast, we talk all about the final moments, news and rumors leading into WrestleMania 35.

On this week's show, the big news heading into WrestleMania is that the Usos have apparently signed a contract extension with WWE. What does that mean for their title match on Sunday? Also, AEW announced that they've finalized their commentary and behind-the-scenes crew, the big get being Jim Ross on what is described as the largest commentary contract ever handed out in wrestling history. It's almost like AEW was trying to steal a little of WWE's thunder...

We discuss the John Oliver HBO tirade that called out Vince McMahon and WWE's response, news on Rey Mysterio being injured on Raw, other rumors of the week and both of WWE's flagship shows, Raw and SmackDown Live leading into Sunday's pay-per-view.

Also, we show our appreciation for Amazing Red who announced his retirement on Wednesday.

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Show Notes:

Brandon and I break down the news of the week, talk rumors heading into WWE's biggest show of the year and the moments we marked out for, thought were Really! moments and who our A+ players were.

Listen as Brandon tells us how much he disliked Raw, including the women's battle being Charlotte Flair, Ronda Rousey and Becky Lynch while Jim said it was entertaining enough to overcome some logistical snafus.

Who was our winning performer of the week? A hint... he doesn't even have a match set up for this weekend.

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