Special guest, wrestler Jordan/Sam Lacey, joins in on The Q to partake in the many discussions. Firstly he talks a bit about his background in wrestling before discussing what he does currently. Meanwhile, Mark goes off on a tangent about doctors and believes that the US is a country filled with shysters and frauds. To find out more, best listen in…
Andy Echele returns to the show to discuss the fire tax that some people across the US have to pay. Andy and Mark also debate the US government’s decision to remove Andrew Jackson from the $20 bill.
First up, Mark Bland and Producer Bobby discuss the biggest story in the USA currently which is Donald Trump explaining that it is alright for women to be punished for having an abortion. Of course, this set off the entire country, pitting liberals and conservatives that defend Trump at each other’s throats. Producer Bobby explains why he feels that Trump is technically correct and Mark tries to hone in on what Bobby wants done to fix the issue.
Former co-host of ‘Absolute Wrestling Radio’, Andy Echele, talks to Mark Bland about the Panama Papers which have sent the world into a tizzy, costing the Prime Minister of Iceland his job as well as implicating potentially one of the most powerful men in the world, Vladamir Putin. Mark and Andy investigate the impact and fallout, if any.
Actor, storyteller and futurist, Ed Reggi, brings his flamboyant opinions and thoughts to the show for the third time. He’s not the only blast from the past, Matt Krueger also joins in to mix things up. Mark Bland then rants about the way he was treated after commenting on a FOX Facebook post.
Before Russian YouTube sensation Vitaly and his wife make the trip back to the USSR, Mark decides to bring him on the show to talk about Donald Trump, the Brussels attacks and the value of living in 2016.
Marco Rubio has dropped out of the Primaries (for now) and is waiting ‘til the convention comes along to see who walks away as the Republican nominee. Next up, St. Louis comedian Jon Maddy discusses how actors like The Rock and Johnny Knoxville should be viewed within the world of stand up comedy. All this and so much more!
Famous wrestler Pierre Abernathy speaks with Mark Bland about his extensive career before getting into the more juicy topics of politics and the size of Hulk Hogan’s junk which made its big debut in his recent sex tape scandal.
Mark Bland decides to deal with some of his hate mail, because… well let’s just say he gets a lot of it! He then discusses a video that hit social media that has taken the Black Lives Matter movement by storm. Finally, Mark defends his stance on the fact that stereotypes come in all shapes and sizes.
Triforce Johnson returns to the show to talk E-Sports and a sort of revolution taking place currently. Triforce discusses the situation with players and teams getting tons of money thrown into a major mainstream video gaming attempt to take E-Sports and make it a major player in the sports world.