A 2 Match Show

Extreme Rules happened (spoiler alert: it wasn’t all that extreme) – the boys have an interesting take on the PPV for all of about 5 minutes before going down a divergent path, discussing boyhood fantasies of the now-former WWE Divas (no one’s proud of this…but Rocky likes to put Rick on the spot). They then get back on track and discuss the remainder of the show, along with what to do with Bayley post-Extreme Rules, and quickly go over where some of the current storylines might be heading.

Enjoy.

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We’re About to Get Extreme…Sort Of

Extreme Rules is upon us and we have some predictions for you all. On top of that, we get into one of our trademark debates on how certain guys should go heel and – hypothetically – if they did go heel, how we think the fans would react to it.

As always, we want to know what you all think, so drop us a line over at @partsunknwnpod on Twitter or on the From Parts Unknown Facebook page.

Until next week. Enjoy.

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Redesign. Rebuild. Reclaim.

Coming hot off the heels of Extreme Rules, right into the aftermath episode of Raw, we go right into how we felt about the events of the shows. Get ready to hear Rocky and Rick’s different opinions on some of the storyline booking as of late.

We also make sure to discuss the goings-on with Stardust requesting his release, WWE granting that release and Cody’s post on social media post-release.

All that AND MORE in this episode of From Parts Unknown!

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Blandy Orton

In this episode, we quickly recap WWE’s Extreme Rules 2015 and give our thoughts on some of the highlights and lowlights of the evening, we go over the following night’s Raw and some of last week’s WWE Network exclusives. Also, Rick goes over some of what to expect from the ROH x NJPW event coming up very soon. Lastly, we talk NXT for a bit and try to figure out how to get tickets to the show.

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