Brian Mann and Nate Milton embark on the worst decision of their lives – fully chronicling every WCW Nitro from the year 2000.
Mouse Jones (TRL, He Man Women Haters Club) hops on the Satellite of Hate with Brian Mann and Nate Milton to discuss another chapter in the Terry Taylor Era. The Cat makes a four corners title match, Kanyon signs books, and Jim Duggan is sacrificed at the altar of Goldberg. Come for the Nitro review, stay for the Roll Bounce vs. 8 Mile debate.
The Satellite of Hate is back in orbit as brothers Brian Mann and Nate Milton are joined by Fucked Up’s Damian Abraham to review a Nitro that Brian attended back in 2000. Also included on the June 5th edition of Nitro – Russo and Bischoff book themselves against legends, Hogan heads back to Hollywood, and the in-ring return of Goldberg.
Rachel Evans (Snarled, AfterBuzz TV) boards the Satellite of Hate with Brian Mann and Nate Milton to break down the May 22nd, 2000 episode of Nitro. Also included in this truly terrible wrestling program – the cruiserweight title sinks to lows, the World Title maybe changes hands three times, and Billy Kidman accidentally reveals his favorite kinks.
Writer/comedian Nick Wiger (Comedy Bang! Bang!, Doughboys) jumps on the Satellite of Hate with Brian Mann and Nate Milton to break down the May 15th, 2000 episode of Nitro. Also included in this truly terrible wrestling program – Ric Flair gets a new title, Norman Smiley & Ralphus get a new job, and David Flair gets a new dad.
Jay Hunter & V1 from OSW Review hop aboard the Satellite of Hate with Brian Mann and Nate Milton to bid farewell to David Arquette’s WCW run. Also included on the May 8th edition of Nitro – a parade of heel turns, the continuing burial of The Filthy Animals, and the return of Goldberg’s monster truck.
Rapper and podcaster Open Mike Eagle (@Midnight, The Eric Andre Show, Tights, And Fights) boards the Satellite of Hate with Brian Mann and Nate Milton to ring in the David Arquette Era. The trio discusses a Sting/Vampiro First Blood match, Tylene Buck’s broadcasting debut, and the offensiveness of Hulk Hogan’s vest.