Best total dudes podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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Turnbuckle Turmoil
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Turnbuckle Turmoil is dedicated to the wrestlers, promotions and fans of the Indy Wrestling scene. Join QT, Sign Guy and Demetri to hear some of the most intriguing interviews from performers on the Independent Wrestling circuit, or listen in to periodically hear us get thrown around the squared circle of the airwaves for an hour. Our call in number is (917) 889-9105. If you would like to be a guest on our show, please email us at turnbuckleturmoil@comcast.net. The Turnbuckle Turmoil interne ...
 
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How to Adult
Monthly+
 
what up dudes (insert sunglasses emoji). join Ashli and Sarah on their weekly quest to become better adults. the duo are total opposites but the best of friends...oh yeah and total trainwrecks. in between Sarah's career as a comic and Ashli's in the fashion industry, they lend their insight on a range of topics including dating, life in nyc, life IN GENERAL, politics, being in their late twenties/early thirties and most importantly...how much is too much wine? none of us *really* know what w ...
 
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Super Audio Network
Monthly+
 
The Super Audio Network is full of dope shows and dope peeps. New Super Audio Show gots your tech news update and we get to interview dope people and total duds. Also play games like Shock Paper Scissors and Singing Inda Shower. HTBX Podcast has your sports, culture and dope tracks you have never heard before, alot of bullshit on this show. Freestyle Friday is our networks game show, where 4-5 emcees compete in various games to win the prize of the night. JAG Radio is a group of dudes who th ...
 
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Somewhat Relatable
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A totally unqualified dude talks about all the things that are on his mind.
 
We are two totally average dudes who love games and sports sharing our opinions and insight with the world.
 
Although ​performing ​stand-up comedy ​was what initially united ​Eliot, Brent, and H. Alan over 10 years ago​, it’s their ​openness ​(​and ​sense of humor) about feeling ​totally ​lost ​and disconnected from the gay community that’s truly bonded them. ​On YMIW, ​Eliot, Brent and H. Alan get down and dirty, exploring the ​good, bad, and ugly ​tropes of contemporary gay life, often the stuff that no one -- especially ​​​straight people -- discuss for fear of being labeled homophobic. (Don’t w ...
 
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Eliot, Brent and H. Alan figure out if they like the Pope after he's nice to AT LEAST ONE gay! Then, Small Doses host Amanda Seales and the guys have a "spirited discussion" about what happens when white gay guys...borrow...from Black women. Yeah, "borrow" -- that's it. And then the guys talk ROYAL WEDDING!!! Except literally ONLY H. Alan cares ...…
 
We once again will be celebrating the under appreciated wrestling referees on Turnbuckle Turmoil. We will be joined by referees from all over the country that are passionate about that role in the business. We'll discuss all kinds of topics and get the viewpoints from the officials. Make sure you listen to this episode by the count of five or r ...…
 
"The Magnetic" Jimmy Boy joins the show for the first time ever. He's been one of the more popular stars of Blue Collar Wrestling over the past couple of years. He's had brutal feuds with the likes of Brian Armstrong and Darkness. We'll talk to him about his career and where he sees it heading. We'll also get his thoughts on the current state o ...…
 
Eliot, Brent, and H. Alan analyze their feelings about the Queer Eye reboot upon the launch of season two, including Antoni's infamous avocado controversy. Alaska Thunderfuck joins the guys to break down how and why Drag Race not only changed his life, but changed the culture -- whoops, The Culture -- as well as his relationship with autograph ...…
 
Eliot, Brent, and H. Alan assess whether Barbara Bush was good for the gays, and whether it was cruel of George and Laura to name their own daughter Barbara. Moshe Kasher joins the guys to talk about the immediate polemic outrage that's recently followed Kanye West, Shania Twain, Samantha Bee, Demi Lovato and RuPaul. Is it warranted? Is it anno ...…
 
Eliot, Brent, and H. Alan talk about Trump's boner for a trans ban in the military. Then, quintuple-threat Nicole Byer then joins the guys to break down how lame it is when gay guys are like "Ew, vaginas!" and why that trope is SO tired and SO boring. And if you ever wondered how Nicole Byer lost her virginity, LISTEN CLOSELY. And, unrelated to ...…
 
Dillon Hines makes his way to Turnbuckle Turmoil for the first time. He is second generation in the buisness and has done several jobs within it. Dillon is connected to many of the all time great legends as an agent. He's been inside of the ring himself. His father was one of The Fantastics. We'll talk to Dillon and get his views on the buisnes ...…
 
Sinn Bodhi returns to the show for the first time in a while. He is on the verge of appearing at WUW in Bremerton, WA. He's become a regular in the Pacific Northwest for WCWC. He can also be found in indpendents all over the map. He also runs his own company in Las Vegas which has been very successful. We'll get to find out all of the latest ne ...…
 
Eliot, Brent, and H. Alan, three comedians and decade-long friends, explain the premise of the podcast, in which they complain, articulate, and argue about why being gay can often be EXHAUSTING. Each episode features a special guest (i.e. Alaska Thunderfuck, Nicole Byer, Amanda Seales, etc.) and unfolds in four segments: Textual Healing, Not Ev ...…
 
Wade Kastle makes his way to Turnbuckle Turmoil for the first time. He's gearing up for the huge World's Finest Wrestling event that we've been covering. Wade has competed in rings all over Indiana and is a solid addition to the WFW roster. We'll find out his plans for that company and get to know him a little better. Make sure you tune in and ...…
 
Turnbuckle Turmoil is delighted to have Joseph Schwartz returning to the program. He has continued to be one of the very best performers in the midwest. Be it by himself or as part of The Bomb Shelter, he is someone that fans are happy to pay to see. He's gearing up for the big June 9 event for World's Finest Wrestling. We will get the latest a ...…
 
It was the most successful wrestling promotion of all time. It was launched from a large northeastern territory into a global sports and entertainment juggernaught. Fans of today's WWE often watch the footage of the era when the company was still the World Wrestling Federation. We'll talk to some of the wrestlers that were there and find out fr ...…
 
Not a moment too soon, another fresh baked episode of Somewhat Relatable is coming atcha! What topics will be discussed, you ask? Here they are: Exhaustion and lack of motivation stemming from working long hours. My growing addiction to audio books. Becoming more focused (on the right things). My deep-rooted addiction to social media and the re ...…
 
Returning to the show for the first time in a long time is JT Brannum. JT has done just about every role imaginable in the professional wrestling industry over his many years in it. He is gearing up for the huge June 9 World's Finest Wrestling event. We'll catch up with Mr. Brannum and find out what he's been doing lately. If you have attended ...…
 
In this breathtaking and award-worthy episode of Somewhat Relatable I discuss an entire basket full of riveting topics. Including: My newfound love for audiobooks and my previous irrational aversion to it. The ever-changing podcast format. Constantly under construction, just like the roads downtown. Childhood stories: Telling lies in third grad ...…
 
Measure 11's Gregor Petrov makes his way back to the show. He has been very busy over the last few months. Petrov has been taking many seminars and going to camps as he works hard at improving his skills. He's also been wrestling in a variety of promotions against a wide range of opponents. We'll talk to him about the latest going on with him.…
 
In this fantastically groundbreaking episode of Somewhat Relatable, an entire plethora of relatively relatable things are discussed. Including: My terribly abusive relationship with footwear and my definitive non-endorsement of Tesla Minimalist Trail Runners. Sleeping and eating on the floor and a gradual descent into racism against Asian peopl ...…
 
Things discussed in this episode of Somewhat Relatable: I invented gamification years after it became a thing. Is it fair to compare the word fag to the n-word? Don’t talk bad about people behind their back, but also keep it real, but also don’t be a dick. Anti-circumcision protesters are nut-jobs extremists, but we need nut-job extremists (on ...…
 
Long time Pacific Northwest wrestler "The Duke of Dirtbags" Kevin Matthis makes his return on Turnbuckle Turmoil. Fans at The Battle Palace in Seattle, WA are very familiar with "The Duke of Dirtbags." Regardless if he's in singles competition or wrestling as part of a tag team Kevin's always a dangerous foe. We'll get to know him a bit better ...…
 
In this episode, I talk to Dan Viets. He’s the executive director of the Missouri chapter of NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws). He’s also a lawyer and a radio host. He’s been active in the fight for cannabis reform for over four decades! You can reach him at danviets@gmail.com Other helpful links: norml.org monorml. ...…
 
We are, once again, celebrating promoters on Sign Guy's Wrestling Show. These men and women are the ones that bring wrestling shows to wrestling fans. Without them there would be no wrestling buisness. They are out there working to get as many fans through their doors as possible while trying to still make some money after all of the exspenses ...…
 
In this one and only episode #26 of Somewhat Relatable, your somewhat humble leader Jake discusses a range of topics. Including: Figuring out that I need to actually be a caricature of myself Typiclese, the most typical Greek Stealing the format of other podcasts and being an exact off-brand replica of Bill Burr, Theo Von, and Chris D’elia Givi ...…
 
In this episode I discuss the evolution of horses and the beauty of assuming life is a simulation. Enjoy. Go feed those algorithms and rate/review the podcast. Leave a fucking comment. Even if it’s a mean comment. We can get into an argument and that’ll really help the algorithms. Check out my website: jakecwakec.com Go listen to my album: Burd ...…
 
World's Finest Wrestling promoter Keith Preston is joining us. He is bringing his stable of wrestlers to Connersville, IN on June 9. We'll be checking in with him and going straight to the source about what to expect from that huge event in Connersville. If you're a wrestling fan in Indiana then you won't want to miss this episode.…
 
On this Star Wars Day we are bringing together some sports entertainers from across the country to talk about their passion for the sci-fi franchise. We'll ask some of the hard hitting questions to them to get their thoughts. Will tempers flare? Will QT be called a "scruffy nerf herder?" Will we get theories about Jar Jar Binks? Find out when s ...…
 
My new album just dropped today! The podcast is the album and the album is the podcast. Enjoy! Intro: This is a special episode of Somewhat Relatable. It’s the release of my album! This is a compilation of some of my favorite songs I’ve made over the last few years. Some have been created within the last year or two, and a few were done from th ...…
 
Ed Rosenthal is known as the Guru of Ganja and has been a pioneer of cannabis for decades. He’s got a new book coming out that details all the best growing methods. Learn more about him at edrosenthal.com He’s @edrosenthal420 on Instagram. Scott the Pot Farmer grows medical weed up in Maine. You can find out more about him on episode #17 of thi ...…
 
Milo Beasley makes his way to Turnbuckle Turmoil for the first time. Milo's been involved in wrestling for many years having competed for a lot of promotions in the southeastern United States. He's also the host of one of the better wrestling web shows that you'll ever see. Join us for what might be one of the most fun episodes we'll ever do.…
 
I talked about some stuff. Some of that stuff was: Being somewhat relatable. The recent interview I did, my thoughts and feelings on it, and some of the reasons it hasn’t been released yet. The origin of the podcast theme song and being amazed and overwhelmed by the sheer number of humans. Drunk dialing Andrew Hazzlee and talking about my indic ...…
 
Levi Blue is a veteran wrestler out of the great state of Michigan. Levi retired from wrestling in 2012, but has now made his way back to the sport. We'll talk to him about the differences he sees in the business after such a long layoff as well as where he sees his career and his future plans.
 
In this episode I discuss… My own designer fighting dogs that are the perfect mix between German shepherd, pitbull, golden retriever, and great dane. I will start a compound and hire all the best dog breeders and dog fighting specialists in the world and become the most infamous dog fighter of all time. The “the cutest monkey in the jungle” deb ...…
 
This episode of Somewhat Relatable is a 35-minute improvised comedy sketch featuring Andrew Hazzlee, Jeremy Stamper, and myself. You can check out our other podcast called “It’s Funny Cuz It’s Not.” It’s a weekly comedy show starring all three of us. Find it wherever you found this one. Feed the algorithms and rate, review, subscribe. I ain’t t ...…
 
Tootie Lynn Ramsey makes her way to Turnbuckle Turmoil for the first time. We'll get to know this great young talent a bit better. She's starting her career in the midwest where she's off to a good start. Make sure you get on board with her early as she looks to have a whole lot of potential.
 
This episode of Somewhat Relatable is a conversation with Jeremy Stamper. Here’s what you’ll find within… Jeremy tries to explain online gaming to me. I arrogantly attempt to cure his depression. We ignorantly discuss politics and venture slightly into realm of conspiracy theories. We talk about drug use, abuse, and some of our most memorable d ...…
 
Ike Issacs is the co-host of The Dave Dynasty. He's been a big fan of pro wrestling for his whole life. Now he gets the chance to interview some of the biggest names in wrestling, both past and present, as part of the popular podcast. We'll talk to Ike about his involvement with The Dave Dynasty Show and what he thinks of the current pro wrestl ...…
 
In this episode: I pat myself on the back for being awesome. I talk about how super-cool pencils are. I talk about "politeness" actually being passive-aggressiveness, and our culture of indirectness. I talk about my own personal issues with conflict, miscommunication, and authenticity. And lastly, I do a bit of podcast housekeeping and catch ev ...…
 
Scott is a righteous dude who moved from Florida to Maine because he'd rather get eaten by a grizzly than a gator. He's a medically licensed marijuana merchant. We talked for almost 90 minutes about various topics, including all things cannabis and conspiracy theories. That's about it, actually. There were some minor technical difficulties thro ...…
 
From the great state of New York comes Gabriel Skye to Turnbuckle Turmoil. He is one of the pillars of Fight the World Wrestling. We'll talk to him about how his career is going and what he hopes to accomplish in the future.
 
Once you make it past the obnoxious and seemingly never-ending experimental introduction, you'll find a 40-minute monologue in which I discuss a wide range of topics that I'm completely unqualified to discuss. Such as... People who listen to the very first episode and make their judgments based on that. Engaging with external hostility in a hea ...…
 
Max Holiday joins us for the first time. He has become a staple in the midwest wrestling scene. He has faced some of the top competition and worked for some of the top companies in that region. We'll get to know Max a bit better as he sits down with Sign Guy and QT to discuss his career and his goals.…
 
This episode of Somewhat Relatable is a conversation with Agustin Fuentes. He's a professor of anthropology at the University of Notre Dame and has been studying anthropology for as long as I've been alive! He's written several papers and a handful of books, his most recent being The Creative Spark: How Imagination Made Humans Exceptional. I re ...…
 
This is a conversation with Juan Hermann. We discuss a variety of topics, including: His background and experience with ayahuasca. Some of the differences between ayahuasca and other plant medicines. The hypocrisy of filling our children full of sugars and prescription drugs while stigmatizing psychedelics. Details about the ayahuasca camps and ...…
 
Charlie "Mercury" Saibel joins Turnbuckle Turmoil. Charlie is a true student of the Don Owens era of Portland wrestling. He's joining us on Wrestlemania Sunday to talk about a variety of topics. Names such as Roddy Piper, Art Barr, Billy Jack Haynes, and Rick Martel are sure to get mentioned. Charlie can also be found playing piano at Tipsy Pia ...…
 
Our favorite terrible reality shows; the OJ Simpson trial; Addiction & Jeremy's involvement in Narcotics Anonymous; Mass murders and conspiracy theories; Our love for words society would rather us not say; Jim Carey starting a podcast where he just does facial impersonations; Beheadings & life after death; Political polarization; Starting a cul ...…
 
The co-owner of Blue Collar Wrestling, Pattie Deitz, returns to the show. She has been involved in Portland's wrestling scene for many years. As the owner of BCW she has seen the company grow to where it is now on Fite TV. She'll be discussing what's been happening at the House of Action on North Exeter in Portland every Sunday.…
 
In this episode I talk with Morgan Fox of Marijuana Policy Project about a range of topics relating to cannabis and cannabis laws.
 
Pro-lifers and animal rights activists have the exact same argument but disagree wholeheartedly. Groupthink and rigid ideology is the enemy. We have terribly low standards for obtaining a drivers license and we don't take proper training seriously enough. Gun control and the second amendment. The invention of agriculture was the beginning of th ...…
 
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