Sunday, January 21, 2018

Strong Styling NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 12

Hosts: Stephen & D-rock

We take a break from Star Wars discussion to talk some choice NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 12 matches. Matches like the New Japan Rumble, Roppongi 3k vs the Young Bucks, Kota Ibushi vs Cody, and of course Chris Jericho vs Kenny Omega.

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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Kliq Bait: Top Ten WWE Matches of 2017

Overall, 2017 wasn't a particularly good year for WWE. Not a lot of memorable stories or exciting moments. But what there was was a whole lot of great wrestling. As bad as the booking and storylines have been, that's how good the wrestling has been in the last few years and especially this year. Let's take a look back at the top ten WWE matches of 2017...

Friday, January 12, 2018

The Last Jedi by Reylo Johnson Part 1

Hosts: Stephen, Danielle, & D-Rock

A new era begins with some good old fashioned Star Wars discussion. D-rock espouses about Revenge of the Sith, Stephen awes at Luke Skywalker's life, and the Co-hortress marvels at the epic love story of Reylo.

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Thursday, January 4, 2018

VUNDACAST Ch 100 The Trials of Trivia Returns

Hosts: Stephen, and Game Goulet (aka Stephen doing Will Ferrel's Robert Goulet Impression with a Triple H mask on)

Competitors: Danielle aka Chicken Nugget aka the Co-Hortress, Derrick aka D-rock World Heavyweight Podcast Champion of the world, Mr. J aka DC Super Fan aka former Trials of Trivia Champion, Frank aka the Blockbuster guy aka podcast editing wizard, and introducing special guest Satya our wild card Harry Potter nerd.

The show celebrates 100 episodes of random with an encore of our 63rd episode the Trials of Trivia. Star Wars, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the Simpsons, Rocky, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Harry Potter as well as special Game Goulet Christmas Trivia is the cause of arguments and hilarity on this very special episode. We extend to you a heart felt thanks for downloading this episode and being apart of our 100 episodes just by listening quietly. We hope the next 100 are even better, come out consistently, and help grow our humble podcast to heights we have not yet reached. THANK YOU!!

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Saturday, December 23, 2017


20 years ago this week, the world was introduced to Festivus. A magical time of feats of strength and airing of grievances. A time without consumerism or distracting tinsel. A time for miracles.

From all of us here at Vundablog, we'd like to wish you, our loyal, loving Vundabytes a Happy Festivus. You all get a pass from the Airing of Grievances.

But everyone else...


Trump Administration and Trump Supporters: Stop. Just stop.

WWE: Stop putting all the old, washed up, part time legends over the young guys. If you actually invest some time in making new stars, maybe you won't need to rely on a bunch of old guys. This is exactly why WCW lost the Monday Night War and you won. They pushed Hogan and Nash and Hall and Savage and Luger, etc. and WWF was forced to invest in the "new generation" of HBK, Undertaker, Steve Austin, The Rock, etc. Do THAT again. You have the world's best farm system in NXT, a state-of-the-art training center, amazing teachers. Grow some new superstars. Also stop making up ridiculously convoluted rules and stipulations for matches and just let people wrestle good ass matches. Also, push Cesaro. And Sami Zayn. 

Mediocre White Men (MRAs, Alt-Right, Paleoconservatives, Regressive Christian Conservatives): There's no such thing as "reverse racism" let alone "white genocide." Stop having a hissy fit every time someone actively subverts white supremacy. I know. A black stormtrooper. How dare they. There are still plenty of white/male dominated stories and aspects of life. It's going to be okay. Really. And if you think there's a "witch hunt" for sexual abusers right now rather than a massive systemic problem that is only now being exposed, take a seat. Maybe listen when someone talks about toxic masculinity and its effects on our culture instead of getting all defensive and mansplainy about how "NOT ALL MEN" or whatever.

Tool: Put out a goddamn new album already. We know it takes you guys a while. We get it. We know you're busy guys with all your other projects. But IT'S BEEN TEN YEARS. You're killing us, here. 


...I lost my train of thought.

Oh, well. Anyway. HAPPY FESTIVUS!!!

Friday, December 22, 2017

Vundacast Ch 99 DCFU Justice League the Movie!!

Hosts: Stephen, and Mr. J

Mr. J and Stephen finally process the events depicted in Justice League and how the DC film Universe has evolved and what we enjoy from it.

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Monday, December 11, 2017

Vundacast ch 98 Whedon is not your Big Bad

Hosts: Stephen & Danielle
Dogs: Duke, Xena, Morty, & Rusty

Stephen & his co-hortress Danielle try to plea for peace in the Great War of Marvel vs. DC.
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Thursday, November 30, 2017

Vundacast Ch. 97 A wHOLE lot of 2017 Movie Talkin'

Hosts: Stephen, & Andres
Animal noises and disturbances by: Xena, Duke, Morty, Rusty, and R2D2 the Timbrado Canary

Stephen and Andres reunite post Hurricane Irma and discuss their summer film diet, they digest box office grosses, and chew up some pop culture references all over EVERYTHING nerdy.

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Saturday, November 11, 2017


This is not a drill, people. Lucha Underground Season Four is a GO! Not only that, but we also now have confirmation of the HUGE news that at least one person who has been heavily rumored to not be returning for a fourth season WILL be returning and I am SO EXCITED!!!

To celebrate, check out our Top 10 Lucha Underground Matches of 2017.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Kliq Bait: Top Ten Lucha Underground Matches of 2017

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It has truly been one hell of a 2017 for Lucha Underground. The second half of season three, while it certainly had its faults (perhaps, in large part, because of how near-perfect the first two and a half seasons were), gave us some amazing wrestling and some truly compelling storylines. The Cueto Cup gave us some fresh matchups and a lot of great matches. We got big time marquee matchups like Mysterio/Matanza, Mysterio/Mundo, Puma/Mundo, and Puma/Pentagon. Plus [SPOILER] Dario Cueto might be fucking dead. It wasn't really that hard to pick the top 10 since the show was only running for less than half of the year but the fact that there were even 10+ matches worthy of "match of the year" consideration is a testament to just how damn good Lucha Underground is. I hope and pray that this wasn't their last season.

And so, without further ado, Vundablog presents the top ten Lucha Underground matches of 2017...


Monday, September 18, 2017

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

VUNDACAST ch. 96 Horror-Cane Irma Spectacular

Hosts: Stephen and Danielle 
Sleeping dog gang: Xena, Duke, Morty, and Rusty 

During Hurricane Irma Stephen and Danielle did some podcasting to kill time. The first 26minutes is Stephen and Danielle telling tales of new dogs and their bird R2D2. 27 minute mark to around 50 minute spot is Dedicated to discussion on the Korean Zombie film Train to Busan. We then talk about the local Popcorn Frights film festival and The Hatred(on demand now), and after 1hour 51minute mark we talk the Devil's Candy now available currently on Netflix. Follow us on

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Friday, September 1, 2017

Football Friday: Top 10 College Football Upsets of the Past 25 Years (Happy 10th Anniversary Appalachian State over Michigan!)

Ten years ago today, the college football world was rocked by one of the biggest upsets in its history when the Mountaineers of Appalachian State marched into the Big House and took down the #5 ranked Michigan Wolverines--a team featuring stars such as QB Chad Henne, WRs Mario Manningham and Adrian Arrington, LT Jake Long, and RB Mike Hart.

Just to put this in perspective a little more: Long was a first-team All-American in 2006 and 2007, Manningham a second-team All-American in 2007, Hart was first-team All-Big Ten in 2004, 2006, and 2007, Henne was first-team All-Big Ten in 2007; Henne and Manningham went on to be starters on NFL teams and Jake Long was the #5 pick in the 2008 NFL Draft as well as a starter for the Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams).

This monumental upset would just be the beginning of what would eventually become known as the "Year of the Upset" in college football. According to Wikipedia: "An unranked or lower-ranked opponent defeated a higher-ranked team 59 times over the course of the [2007] regular season. Teams ranked in the top five of the AP Poll were defeated by unranked opponents 13 times during the regular season, setting a new record in the history of the AP Poll when at least 20 teams were ranked."

So in the spirit of this seismic upset in the annals of college football history and the 10th anniversary of this incredible game--and of the "Year of the Upset"--we at Vundablog present our favorite upsets of the past 25 years (roughly the amount of time that I [Derrick] have been watching college football) based on the magnitude of the upset, its importance, and the overall quality of the game (in that order). Enjoy!

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