Jobbing Out July 5, 2018 (AJ is back, Juice Robinson and Spencer Myers join the show)

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After a tough week for his family, we're happy to have “The Main Event” back for this week's episode-even if it's only for awhile. AJ joins us in Segment 1 to discuss the biggest goings on in the WWE, including the incredible return of Dr. Shelby after his appearance on last week's show. Did we have any idea it was happening? Do we know what's next for him? We also jumped into Roman Reigns/Bobby Lashley-should it be to determine the #1 contender for SummerSlam? Plus we updated the “who had the best match on RAW?” standings, discussed why it's totally cool that Daniel Bryan is being used the way he is and much more. In Segment 2 (28:01), the guys are joined by fellow former Terp Spencer Myers. The former All-American wrestler and Maryland football player checks in to discuss participating in the recent WWE tryout in Orlando. What's a WWE tryout like? Will he pursue pro wrestling if he doesn't end up in WWE? And does he have any good stories about hanging out with AJ in college that he can tell us? After that, we discussed the UK Championship Tournament (we held off last week to make sure everyone had seen it). What exactly is NXT UK going to be? And Glenn and Aaron were at Ring Of Honor's “Best In The World” event at UMBC this weekend. It was tremendous. Are they surprised by the new Ring Of Honor champion? Are they surprised about how it happened? And in Segment 3 (1:03:43), the incredible Juice Robinson joins the show. We talked about red, white & blue sparklers coming out of nipples, bald eagles coming out of asses, Kevin Owens calling him the “Best Promo in Wrestling” and Saturday night's New Japan G1 Special in San Francisco on AXSTV. To wrap the show, the Quick Count touched on the rest of the NJPW card, some trouble for Bray Wyatt, a misstep for Kenny Omega-and does he want to come to WWE? Then we wrapped by discussing the new season of GLOW on Netflix.

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