Welcome to the latest episode of Rudo Radio, featuring Nick Bond and Marc Normandin, the latter of whom just happens to be me.
We have a whole lot to talk about on this episode, and unlike last week, much of it is good! Sure, we’re still upset that Mick Foley has no consistent character traits besides inconsistency and yelling, but both RAW and SmackDown made sense and moved the stories forward this week, and Hell in a Cell was an entertaining and historic affair.
Plus, we got news of a brand-new cruiserweight-exclusive show called 205 Live, and we of course had thoughts on what that means for WWE, the cruiserweights, and what WWE sees as the future of programming.
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