On Monday's podcast, I opened the show reacting to the Boston Bruins trading for Rick Nash. Plus, I explained why the J.D. Martinez signing still feels weird after watching the Red Sox officially introduce him. And I shared my thoughts on WWE Elimination Chamber, Ronda Rousey, Roman Reigns, Rob Gronkowski, and more.
On Thursday's podcast, I reacted to J.D. Martinez signing with the Boston Red Sox this week. I also discussed David Price's reported "recruitment" of Martinez, which sounded more like a warning from Boston's $217 million pitcher. Somehow, reaction to the Martinez signing turned into a rant about Price.
On Monday's podcast, I opened the show reacting to what was an exciting NBA All-Star Game, while addressing some improvements that should be made for next year. Plus, I shared my thoughts on the Red Sox continuing to talk about 2017, Eric Hosmer's new contract with the Padres, the Patriots clearly protecting Malcolm Butler before he's officially a free agent, and the WWE wanting to sign Rob Gronkowski to a "Ronda Rousey type contract."
On Thursday's podcast, I opened the show with some REAL TALK following another mass shooting. Then, I shared my thoughts on the Boston Celtics at the All Star break. I also explained why the Boston Bruins need to trade for Ryan McDonagh. And I reacted to the Boston Red Sox continuing to talk about last year.
On Monday's podcast, I opened the show with reaction to fake Don Yee pranking Boston Herald columnist Ron Borges. I also shared some thoughts on Bill Simmons, Paul Pierce's No. 34 retirement ceremony, the Winter Olympics, and Rob Gronkowski's WWE future.
On Thursday's podcast, I reacted to all the moves that went down at the NBA Trade Deadline, including the Cleveland Cavaliers cleaning house, and the Boston Celtics focusing on buyouts instead. Plus, I shared my thoughts on Josh McDaniels staying with the New England Patriots, Malcolm Butler's emotional instagram post, Rob Gronkowski getting recruited to Hollywood by The Rock, and JD Martinez being fed up with the Boston Red Sox.
Another NFL season is in the books, and on Monday's podcast, I reacted to the Philadelphia Eagles defeating the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII. I broke down the entire game, and I looked ahead to what's next for both teams, including the future of Bill Belichick, Tom Brady, Malcolm Butler, Rob Gronkowski, Nick Foles, and more.
On Thursday's podcast, I closed out the show with my DraftKings "Gotta Have Em" play and "Pic's Pick" for Super Bowl LII between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles. Plus, I opened the show discussing the story I reported, in which 150 Patriots fans were screwed over for Super Bowl tickets. And I also shared some thoughts on LeBron James trolling people with the idea that he could sign with the Golden State Warriors this offseason.
On Monday's podcast, I closed out the show with my reaction to the WWE Royal Rumble. I also discussed some of the top storylines surrounding the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles as they travel to Minnesota for Super Bowl LII. And if you think "Tom vs Time" is a distraction to the Patriots because Tom Brady doesn't want to answer questions about it, then you need to get over yourself. All that and more.
On a special Wednesday edition of the podcast, Sports Illustrated's pro wrestling insider Justin Barrasso joined me in-studio (14:12). We reacted to the Monday Night Raw 25th anniversary episode, previewed the Royal Rumble, and looked ahead to WrestleMania 34. We also discussed some of the other top storylines in the world of professional wrestling, like Chris Jericho's current stint in New Japan Pro, Kenny Omega's future, and WWE's decision to fire Enzo Amore. I opened the show with a few quick thoughts on Brad Marchand's five-game suspension, Baseball's 2018 Hall of Fame class, the Patriots' first injury report before the Super Bowl, Gisele's attempt to get Tom Brady to retire, constant NBA drama, and Tiger Woods' return to Torrey Pines.