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The Howitzer & Buzz-Saw Show - A Chamber Of Justice

Professional wrestling talk returns to the Howitzer and Buzz-saw Show, and does so on the heels of another Paper View. The WWE's Elimination Chamber is now in the books. Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti welcomes the ultimate "baby face" to his "heel" persona, as Kelen "B-Hyphen" Conley steps back into the HBS ring. These two familiar foes go toe to toe recapping all the action. Expect candid analysis, occasional banter, predictions for what is to come in the coming months for World Wrestling Entertainment, and of course, hear how they would've done it all better. If CM Punk could lose his WWE Title, does that mean the Buzz-saw could actually lose a sports talk session?!

Hear the guitar rip and soak in another installment of the HBS: Buzzed With The Buzz-saw!

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The Howitzer & Buzz-Saw Show - A Chamber Of Justice

Promos By Hyphen: Elimination Chamber Blues

I can't get used to seeing The Rock with CM Punk's belt around his shoulder.

Yes, I know that Punk lost the belt to Rock at the Royal Rumble. I watched what happened live. Doesn't mean I have to like it. I am a CM Punk guy after all.

But so far Rock's run as Champ has been pretty…meh.

He won the belt at the Rumble, celebrated with the people the next night on Raw and gave Punk his rematch for Elimination Chamber. He then took a week off with no explanation given other than us assuming he was handling movie start business. He returned this Monday to tell a pretty hilarious story about buying a car from a crackhead when Punk confronted him. Rock told Punk to come into the ring, which subsequently lead to him getting a GTS and his belt taken.

Some Champ.

I haven't been a huge fan of Rock's run this time. His first Raw back in January, he called Punk Cookie Puss. His promo game was off and it just seemed like he was losing against the best promo guy in the WWE (that wou…

Moves Like Curtis: The Podcast - Episode #1: Richard Seymour and the Oakland Raiders (Guest: Kelen "B Hyphen" Conley)

Welcome to the pilot episode of Thomas Deja's Moves Like Curtis: The Podcast! Brought to you by TricycleOffense.com, this podcast will explore America's most popular professional sport: the NFL! In this episode, Kelen "B Hyphen" Conley drops by to initiate Tom's Synod of 32: 32 teams, 32 fans. As the offseason begins, Tom is on a quest to get to heart of every fan's issues with their teams; from the lowly Jaguars (Gerbils) on up to the newly crowned Ravens. Kelen becomes the Raiders new GM and outlines what it will take to bring winning back to Oakland. Also: Richard Seymour eating chicken!