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Octaring Online Episode 14 (Wednesday, April 21, 2010)

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Andrew finds One Night In Chyna, Waltman & Laurer's foray into the adult film world, Rusty finally finds a job, and SAJ attempts to bring in (old and useless) studio equipment, much to the chagrin of Octaring Online engineer Tim. Andrew, Rusty, & SAJ are live and in-studio for the first time in Octaring Online's brief history. This alone makes it worth listening to, will the Large One attempt to eat either of his smaller co-hosts? The boys emailed Jim Cornette to appear on today's episode and discuss some of the insane stories going on about him concerning Vince Russo, the nasty stuff Eric Bischoff said about him, plus his opinion on the TNA product right now. SAJ also breaks down his trip to Ottawa and plays audio and exclusive clips on his road trip to visit MMA gyms, plus hypes up Octaring Online's first ever interview with Nick "The Ninja of Love" Denis, that we'll be playing this Saturday afternoon. Plus: * Rusty's Headlines! - All the news, tidbits, & tweets happening in the world of MMA & Wrestling! * Jim Ross meets with TNA officials regarding the possibility of signing with them once his current WWE contract expires? What were his demands? * RAW & iMPACT show and ratings discussion? How did both companies fare this week? * BJ Penn Autobiography! Spills the beans about Dana White screwing him at the negotiating table. We discuss whether his has a valid point, and whether MMA fighters are underpaid for their services/skills. * WWE Extreme Rules PPV: Another extreme PPV that will probably leave those who purchased it disappointed. Why does WWE keep hyping this fallacy when its clear the PG-rated programming will mean no blood, wimpy chair shots, or anything even remotely resembling the Attitude-era or ECW of olden days. Are fans finally fed up to the point where they'll vote "NO" with their wallets? * We'll take your calls, e-mails, facebook messages, tweets, comments, and all of the above, contribute dammit, its the right thing to do.