Jobbing Out June 22, 2017 (Wrestling legend Al Snow & former Terp Tehuti Miles)

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An absolutely jam packed edition of Jobbing Out this week. Aaron is on his honeymoon but still joins us in our first segment while MCW booker and commentator Shawn Credle joins us as a guest co-host. The guys talk about Aaron's experience on a panel with Charlotte Flair and Shinsuke Nakamura at AwesomeCon this weekend (and how he big timed AJ in the process) and the guys discussed the NXT event they attended in Baltimore over the weekend. They then transition to the fallout from Money In The Bank. Who lost our picks bet and has to sing? One of the boys or Redskins TE Vernon Davis? What to make of how the women's match was handled both on Sunday and Tuesday night? And now that Jinder retained his title-is John Cena coming to save us from him or from Kevin Owens? In Segment 2 (45:32) the boys are joined by wrestling legend Al Snow, who generated conversation this week with a Tweet he sent out suggesting wrestling fans should go back to being...well...fans joined the show to discuss the topic at greater length. The guys mostly agree with him but Glenn tries to play Devil's advocate. In Segment 3 (126:55) former Maryland football player and Army vet Tehuti Miles joins the show. He had a tryout over the weekend at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando. He discussed his pursuit of a career in pro wrestling, how fellow former Terp Mojo Rawley got him involved, the difficulty of the tryout and perhaps joining Shawn at MCW. The boys then recap RAW, including what to make of Roman Reigns simply declaring himself #1 contender at SummerSlam and how the Enzo & Cass breakup was handled. They wrap up the show with Shawn breaking down MCW's upcoming Shane Shamrock Cup.

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