On this episode of the Moran-Alytics Podcast, Patrick Moran indulges himself with WWE talk and in doing so enlists the assistance of one of the best wrestling minds around. Jason Solomon of the Solomonster Sounds Off podcast joins for an extended interview.
The two discuss several topics, including Solomon’s podcast he’s been at since 2007. We find out how he got started on it more than a decade ago, what his process is, some of the incredible wrestlers he’s interviewed through the years and what’s been his key to longevity.
From there they transition into WWE talk and Solomon offers his insight as to why WWE is failing so miserably lately, evidenced by plummeting ratings. The two agree part of it is an abundance of heel and face turns, so much that it’s hard to keep tract of them.
They conclude by running down Sundays’ TLC pay-per-view card and Solomon offers insight and predictions for each match. Well, most anyway as he saves a few for his own podcast airing the day of the show. You can follow Jason on Twitter at @solomonster and check out his award-winning podcast at solomonster.podbean.com as well as all the standard podcasting platforms such as Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Sticher, etc.
Directly before the Solomon interview, Moran has the recurring “Run In With Joe” segment featuring his buddy Joe from New York City (@buffalowins). The two quickly agree Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is essentially playing by himself on offense at this point, and Moran gives Joe a list of five Bills players that he thinks has the most to play for over their last three upcoming games.
The two also hit on the Buffalo Sabres bouncing back after a five-game winless streak and talk a little Buffalo sports media, as it appears the Buffalo Maven is no more, at least in regards to Bucky and Sully writing for it.
Finally, the Moran-Alytics Podcast MVP award is handed out to Tre’Davius White for non-football reasons.