In The Year Of Our Lord 2018, there is a lot to be concerned about. Whether it's the very important Twitter tirades of Donald Trump and/or Kanye West, the loss of our beloved Barbara Bush and Vern Troyer, gun violence in America, van violence in Canada, and most importantly, the end of love itself (RIP John Cena & Nikki Bella), I need a WOKE podcast to guide me through the darkness. RBR Weekly Wrestling Talk is that beacon of light. Whether you're basic AF, a low key thicc boi, or just someone who's prone to getting angry on the Internet, everyone is made to feel safe and welcome in the RBR Neighborhood.
That's right folks, this is the most WOKE podcast you will find on the web. William R Washington provides expert analysis of wrestling, while employing his Rainman-like knowledge of wrestling history; Paul Griffin adds his unique outlook on the wrestling world, while injecting his signature comedic wit; Maxwell Baumbach is full of insider knowledge, experience, and hot takes (whether it's his hot takes on wrestling methodology, or when he takes three hot sandwiches in one hole); and Eric Brady is the wildcard that rounds the show out. Whether he is making the most off-color joke you've ever heard, playing devil's advocate, or just trolling, it's clear that this disruptive 1-percenter just wants to watch the world burn.
In all seriousness, RBR is an excellent podcast. I look forward to it every single week, and am never disappointed. It's a free-flowing, casual conversation between friends who love wrestling.