Looking Glass #41: Spoiler Alert

X, Ash, Darius and Jason give their thoughts on the Series Finale of Game of Thrones, Robert Pattinson being the next Batman, and more this week on Looking Glass"

Topics:
Titans
Doom Patrol
GOTG Vol. 3
Black Widow
Detective Pikachu
Game of Thrones
Call of Duty
Marvel Comics
DC Comics
Deathstroke animated series
Batwoman Trailer
Robert Pattinson chosen as Batman

As Justin Bieber readies to drop much anticipated new music, enjoy this Barber's Chair playlist of the best hits in Bieberveli's arsenal! 
Apple Music: https://apple.co/2HdG2yN
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2HbTcME
Tidal: http://bit.ly/bieberveli

Throw your diamonds up for more than a decade of heat with the new TIDAL-exclusive Roc La Familia playlist from The Barber's Chair! The greatest hits from the most prolific label in hip hop history.
Listen here: https://tidal.com/playlist/dfcd8a98-7eb0-473e-8666-170acc564443

Listen to the new bangers playlist on Spotify, Tidal, and Apple Music!
Tidal: bit.ly/tidalbangers
Spotify: bit.ly/spotifybangers
Apple Music: bit.ly/applebangers

WrestleMania might be over but you can still rep Becky Two Belts with the brand new #FreeTheMan tees up now on the Barber's Chair Net merch shop
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Money in the Bank 2019: Results, recap, analysis

Rob and Chris are here to talk about an eventful Money in the Bank event in Hartford, which left one of them completely beside themselves. Guess which one!

DANIEL BRYAN AND ROWAN vs. THE USOS

Chris Novak: Fun opener, as per usual. I guess we’ll continue on down the road with The Usos making appearances on SmackDown then for at least another week. Which should create more disillusion between the brands, which I’m personally not a fan of. But whatever. Do what we gotta do here. Match was fun. ***½ for me.

Robert O’Neill: I think I preferred their match on Smackdown a couple weeks ago but this one was a good opener, as you said. It got the job done and told a good story. I can’t complain about it too much, considering The Usos and Daniel Bryan are just so good in the ring. ***

WOMEN’S MONEY IN THE BANK LADDER MATCH

Chris Novak: Bayley won. Seven stars. Seven star promo after the match.

Robert O’Neill: That was wild! The women have learned how to have a good physical Money In The Bank match, something that was missing a bit from the first year, and missing a little less last year. Wasn’t missing tonight though! Ember Moon did an Eclipse off the ladder. Nikki Cross looked great and did a few spots where she took everyone else with a ladder, Carmella may or may not have gotten hurt and then returned, and Sonya tried to help Mandy but Bayley threw them both off to win the match. ****

SAMOA JOE vs. REY MYSTERIO - UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP

Robert O’Neill: Wow. A bit of a shock here as Rey Mysterio won the title after just a couple minutes. It looked like Samoa Joe’s shoulder wasn’t on the mat on the pinfall, but he appeared to have broken his nose early in the match which likely explains the quick ending and shock finish. Joe beat Rey down after the match. **

Chris Novak: Sure. You know what? Sure. I’m fine with advancing this feud. I didn’t expect it to go down this way. But sure. Have to still imagine that Dominick gets involved here in one way or another. I’ll give this ** as well. Just mostly because of the length. Not the booking decision.

THE MIZ vs. SHANE MCMAHON - STEEL CAGE MATCH

Chris Novak: Underwhelmed by this one. Shane won because Miz grabbed at his shirt and he slid down through it and out to the floor. Weak finish and a match that really just did not hit well with me. Very disappointed to be honest. Thought for sure they’d have had Miz win to even things up. Oh well. **½

Robert O’Neill: One of the only Shane matches I haven’t cared for since his return. It was just kind of there. Miz probably should have won. **

TONY NESE vs. ARIYA DAIVARI - CRUISERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP

Chris Novak: It’s kind of amusing, in no way of disrespecting anyone else, that this is the match that they put on the main card from the Cruiserweights. Anyways, these guys did a good job for themselves here. Nese retained, as expected. I will give this ***¼ and be satisfied with it.

Robert O’Neill: I had to step out for this match so I’ll defer to Chris here.

BECKY LYNCH vs. LACEY EVANS - RAW WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

Chris Novak: Becky retains. Not surprising. Match was a little rough around the edges here, but I did like what I saw from Lacey there. Match was more than good enough to get it going here. I’ll give this ***1/4 and keep it rolling. Becky seems to have caught the same yips that Charlotte did last year, to be honest. Also, for whatever reason, they had another ref screw up here for some reason.

Robert O’Neill: Refs are bad, just like all sports. I actually thought Lacey was better than Becky in this match, which was just OK. Think Becky/Charlotte will be better. ***

BECKY LYNCH vs. CHARLOTTE FLAIR - SMACKDOWN LIVE WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

Chris Novak: So this started directly after Becky-Lacey. Smart of Charlotte to try and pick up the pieces. Charlotte picked up the win and the championship after Lacey Evans got involved and hit the Woman’s Right. Charlotte would then hit the Spear and became a nine-time champ… **¾ for this one...

But we are NOT DONE YET LADIES AND GENTLEMEN!

Robert O’Neill: I always figured they would do the matches back to back so this made sense. It was good, but not one of their best matches! I liked Lacey getting involved, because Becky’s gotta be on Raw full-time and the two-title thing served its purpose. So you can continue that feud.

Plus, Charlotte’s feud is, well… Yeah. ***1/4

CHARLOTTE FLAIR vs. BAYLEY - SMACKDOWN LIVE WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

Chris Novak: BAYLEY WINS! BAYLEY WINS! BAYLEY WINS THE SMACKDOWN WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP! She came in to ‘save’ Becky and fended off Lacey and then threw Charlotte into the corner. She then cashed in her contract, dove off the top rope and hit the Elbow Drop for the win.

Seven stars. All the stars. My goodness. I may never come down from this high.

Robert O’Neill: That was awesome. Whew boy. What a moment.

ELIAS vs. ROMAN REIGNS

Chris Novak: Roman was attacked backstage by Elias prior to the match with a guitar. Elias went out to perform, sang a song, trashed Hartford and said he’s glad the Whalers left. Then he went to leave, but was hit with a Superman Punch by Roman Reigns. Down in the ring, Roman squashed Elias as he defeated him with a Spear. Well, that served its purpose. ** just to be customary here.

Robert O’Neill: Weird show tonight with a lot of short matches but I guess they want the ladder matches to have their proper time. Elias did his job perfectly here. ** because of length, not content.

SETH ROLLINS vs. AJ STYLES - WWE UNIVERSAL CHAMPIONSHIP

Robert O’Neill: Well, this certainly didn’t disappoint. Rollins and Styles gave us one of the best matches of the year as they threw everything they had at each other, with Rollins busting out a top rope reverse flapjack, Styles countering a Curb Stomp into a Styles Clash, and so much more. Rollins retained, and it was one of the best matches we’ve seen from either guy in a long time. ****½

Chris Novak: That was sensational. Styles’ best match in probably 18 months-2 years, I will go ****½ on it as well. My goodness, that was tremendous stuff honestly. For as little as I was intrigued based on the build to this match, they absolutely knocked it out of the park here.

KOFI KINGSTON vs. KEVIN OWENS - WWE CHAMPIONSHIP

Chris Novak: I really liked this match! Kofi Kingston retained the WWE Championship, naturally, defeating Kevin Owens after he went for a Swanton Bomb. Kingston pulled up his legs and then eventually got the deuce. This played out a lot differently, obviously, than Rollins and Styles, but the style in this match absolutely played very well. I will give this ****. Kingston is running with a fucking great title reign right now.

Robert O’Neill: Loved that. Looked like Owens might possibly win on more than one occasion, but Kofi retaining was the right call. Interested where they go next. ****¼

MEN’S MONEY IN THE BANK LADDER MATCH

Chris Novak: Holy Santa Claus shit. Brock Lesnar showed up out of nowhere and won the Money in the Bank contract. Prior to that, all seven other guys absolutely killed each other. The violence in this match was just completely absurd. I’m going to give this ****¼. Huge swerve ending that I, straight up, did not expect to see happen. What a chaotic and ridiculous match!

Robert O’Neill: Finn Balor is the man for his performance in this match. Bumped like an absolute maniac and looked incredible. And, yes BROCK LESNAR WON. Everyone is mad and everyone has to deal with it. ****¼

FINAL THOUGHTS

Robert O’Neill: That show had low points, but all in all it was good. The two MITB matches were two of the best (and most physical) ever, and the two title matches were excellent. The summer programs are officially getting underway starting with Raw Monday, and I’m excited to see where it goes. B+ from me.

Chris Novak: Really good show. Like you said, Rob, these two were the most physical and violent MITB matches ever. Certainly among the best of all time, too. Obviously, the Bayley stuff has me on an absolute high and I’m not sure when I’m going to be off it. Give me a B+ for this, as well. Let’s see how they move on from this.

First Black Champ - I Need A 365 Of Lars Sullivan Apologies

#MITB is tonight and we damn near forgot. That won't stop these fire predictions though! But before that we send our heartfelt condolences to Ashley and our well wishes to Ric Flair.

Then we deep dive into Lars Sullivan's fine and suspension and why we don't want Big E, Titus or any other black wrestler speak to how cool Lars is an how he's change. All that and the Turner AEW deal on the #FirstBlackChamp podcast!

As Justin Bieber readies to drop much anticipated new music, enjoy this Barber's Chair playlist of the best hits in Bieberveli's arsenal! 
Apple Music: https://apple.co/2HdG2yN
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2HbTcME
Tidal: http://bit.ly/bieberveli

Throw your diamonds up for more than a decade of heat with the new TIDAL-exclusive Roc La Familia playlist from The Barber's Chair! The greatest hits from the most prolific label in hip hop history.
Listen here: https://tidal.com/playlist/dfcd8a98-7eb0-473e-8666-170acc564443

Listen to the new bangers playlist on Spotify, Tidal, and Apple Music!
Tidal: bit.ly/tidalbangers
Spotify: bit.ly/spotifybangers
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WrestleMania might be over but you can still rep Becky Two Belts with the brand new #FreeTheMan tees up now on the Barber's Chair Net merch shop
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Comedian Dave Helem sits down on the couch on a new episode of Smoked Out Saturdaze

Comedian and television writer Dave Helem (@davehelem) sits down on the couch this week.

Ruthless Aggression - Money In The Bank 2019 Predictions, Judgment Day 2003

It's Money in the Bank weekend! We give our predictions for the big show and which two superstars we think will leave Hartford with the briefcases. Plus, remembering Ashley Massaro, AEW's deal with TNT, and a trip back to 2003 for Judgment Day 2003!

Ruthless Aggression recap:
RAW 520
Smackdown 195

As Justin Bieber readies to drop much anticipated new music, enjoy this Barber's Chair playlist of the best hits in Bieberveli's arsenal! 
Apple Music: https://apple.co/2HdG2yN
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2HbTcME
Tidal: http://bit.ly/bieberveli

Throw your diamonds up for more than a decade of heat with the new TIDAL-exclusive Roc La Familia playlist from The Barber's Chair! The greatest hits from the most prolific label in hip hop history.
Listen here: https://tidal.com/playlist/dfcd8a98-7eb0-473e-8666-170acc564443

Listen to the new bangers playlist on Spotify, Tidal, and Apple Music!
Tidal: bit.ly/tidalbangers
Spotify: bit.ly/spotifybangers
Apple Music: bit.ly/applebangers

WrestleMania might be over but you can still rep Becky Two Belts with the brand new #FreeTheMan tees up now on the Barber's Chair Net merch shop
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This Week in WWE: London Calling

Robert O’Neill: Raw is “live” from London as we’re just six days away from Money in the Bank! The Miz is out to open the show, as Roman Reigns is set to guest on MizTV.

Chris Novak: I believe the last time that Roman Reigns was on MizTV was the time that Roman punched him in the face. I know you’ve all seen the GIF before. I have to imagine that this time will be a lot different!

Robert O’Neill: They’re both feuding with Shane McMahon, so that’s exciting! Miz suggests they should do a buddy comedy, and Roman immediately shuts him down and says he sounds like “the old Miz” but Roman came to see “the new Miz” who stands up to Shane McMahon!

Chris Novak: Hey! He made a reference to the punch! Miz makes a rather passionate speech about how he’s earned everyone’s respect while Shane is the antithesis is that.

Robert O’Neill: And now Shane is here! He reminds both Miz and Roman that he’s their boss, and MizTV and over, and Elias and Bobby Lashley attack from behind! And Shane then sets up a tag match between the four.

Chris Novak: Effective first segment, to be honest. I enjoyed it, so hopefully we can keep this ball rolling here with this tag match.

Robert O’Neill: The tag match is quite good but Roman and Miz win by DQ when Shane attacks and with Roman incapacitated the three beat up on Miz but Roman flies over the top rope to take them out! Fun spot.Then Miz gets a chair and finishes the job on Lashley and Elias as Shane retreats.  

Chris Novak: Okay. So, I’m not really keen on non-finishes and whatnot. Thought that was unsavory but I get protecting these guys, even though Lashley doesn’t have a match on Sunday and… yeah. They could’ve just had him eat the pin. But whatever.

They play a really, really neat Seth Rollins-AJ Styles video package. That shouldn’t be surprising and whatnot, cause it’s a WWE video package, but this was really, really neat.

Robert O’Neill: Braun Strowman is interviewed by Charly Caruso and he’s excited for the Money in the Bank match, which he won last year. He hopes to win again. But Shane McMahon wants to see Braun in his office. Sami Zayn is already in the office explaining to Shane why what Braun did was awful. Sami suggests a falls count anywhere match with Braun’s Money in the Bank spot on the line, and Shane agrees!

Mojo Rawley has a match! He’s facing Apollo Crews. This might be fun.

Mojo injures Apollo’s knee early on and targets it for the rest of the short match.

Alexa Bliss lost her luggage and can’t compete tonight, but Nikki Cross is here and willing to listen to Alexa’s problems and be her friend and she’s taking Alexa’s place in the match. How fun!

Chris Novak: The two of them are a delight with each other. I hope this lasts more than one night! Nikki being in the match feels like them throwing a bone to her since it’s her homeland. I like it. It’ll be fun to see her in the match.

Contract signing: Next!

Robert O’Neill: Becky discusses how she’s going to retain both belts at Money In The Bank, but Charlotte and Lacey disagree! How novel. Charlotte wants to know why Becky is still complaining and taking shots despite having both belts, and also wants to know how it feels knowing she can’t live up to her reputation. Lacey adds that the WWE Universe deserves a better example as champion. Naturally, it turns into a brawl.

Chris Novak: And naturally, it ended with Becky being put through a table. Gotta say, that segment ruled hard. The brawl was fun and the heels coming out on top was a good visual. Probably not the one we’ll see on Sunday. But a good visual nonetheless.

Baron Corbin is facing Ricochet.

Robert O’Neill: Corbin got the victory, but it was a much better match than expected. They worked surprisingly well together. After the match, Corbin brought a ladder into the ring and showed what he could do Sunday at Money in the Bank, but Ricochet knocked him off before he got to the top!

Chris Novak: Really, really good match. Much better than I expected it to be, honestly. Nevertheless, good post-match segment too.

Cesaro implied backstage that Dominick wasn’t Rey Mysterio’s son. Cesaro, we already went over this 14 years ago! He’s Eddie Guerrero’s son! Anyways, maybe we’ll get Rey-Cesaro out of this? That could be really fun.

A really, really good Roman Reigns video package is playing now.

AJ Styles says some things about his methods over the past few weeks. Cut-and-dry pre-PPV title match interview.

Our fatal four-way women’s bout is next!

Robert O’Neill: Much like Corbin/Ricochet, that was much better than I expected. Dana Brooke did a crossbody off the top of the ladder! Nikki Cross got the victory with a spinning neckbreaker, and then Alexa Bliss (on commentary) came down to help Nikki bring the ladder into the ring and Alexa climbed it and posed with the briefcase.

Chris Novak: Really liked this! I really liked it a lot. You know, for a taped show, this is going very well.

Rey Mysterio-Cesaro is next. I foresee this match being great as well .

Robert O’Neill: It was! This has been an awesome show. Cesaro showed off his strength and did the swing and such, bu Mysterio ultimately got the win with the 619. The Raw mid-card is pretty good.

Firefly Funhouse was terrifying, as Bray Wyatt revealed his dark side. Just… take a look.

Time for the main event! Sami Zayn and Braun Strowman in a falls count anywhere match.

Chris Novak: That match kicked ass. Real chaotic fun. Sami defeated Braun, but not without the help of both Baron Corbin and Drew McIntyre. Strowman looked like a damn beast even in the loss. So everything there was all pretty great. Corbin tossed Zayn back out there and Zayn was driven through the announce table for his troubles. Some ally he is.

FINAL THOUGHTS

Robert O’Neill: I hate the taped Raws. I usually don’t avoid spoilers and I ruin it for myself. This time, I avoided the spoilers and I loved this show. I thought the in-ring stuff was all better than I expected and all the loose ends on the Raw side are tied up going into Money in the Bank. A-

Chris Novak: I think the matches on the whole could’ve been better. But, the string of matches towards the end of the show were all dynamite. All the right buttons were pushed here and all the pieces went into motion for MITB. Can’t lie, really liked this show. B+ for me.

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Chris Novak: Like last night, we’re “live” in London for SmackDown Live. And, like last night, we’re beginning with The Big Dog, Roman Reigns. Reigns eventually invites The Miz out, and after a bit of banter, Shane, Elias, Daniel Bryan and Rowan all come out. This eventually leads to a 3-on-2 beatdown. This… is eventually equalized by the efforts of The Usos!

Robert O’Neill: That was fun! Great opening segment there. The Usos coming out made a lot of sense for obvious reasons.

Moving right along, it’s time for the fatal four-way! Randy Orton vs. Ali vs. Andrade vs. Finn Balor

But before we get going, Orton cuts a promo about how he’ll win the ladder match on Sunday. Andrade comes out and says he’s going to win the ladder match. Then Ali. Then Balor.

The match was pretty good! It’s about what you’d expect from the Smackdown multi-man matches at this point. Andrade pinned Balor for the win and climbed the ladder symbolically after, but Ricochet came out and leapt onto the ladder and knocked Ali off and left with the briefcase. That was fun!

Chris Novak: Real, real, real good match there. Lot of fun, per usual from these guys.

They’re showcasing a recap video of the Becky-Charlotte rivalry. I, for one, am here for this.

Robert O’Neill: That was amazing stuff. The video packages have always been good, but they’ve been on another level of late.

Chris Novak: We get another Aleister Black vignette. What all this is leading to, I am not sure. But I would certainly hazard to say he’s going to make an impact, one way or another, at Money in the Bank on Sunday.

4-on-3 handicap match time!

Robert O’Neill: Yup. Shane McMahon is teaming with Elias, Daniel Bryan, and Rowan against Roman Reigns and The Usos. IF Miz gets involved, his match with Shane on Sunday is cancelled.

Chris Novak: Got damn, that match was actually really, really good. Shane won via the Coast to Coast on one of the Usos. Probably the best thing that they could do in that situation, considering where everyone else was. Probably means Shane isn’t winning on Sunday. Which… that’s the right decision anyway. So, that cage match should be stupid good, and should have plenty of ridiculousness in it too.

Robert O’Neill: Also Sunday, The Usos are facing Bryan and Rowan for the tag titles on the preshow. That should be good again.

Paige is here with Kairi Sane and Asuka, and she says they’re now known as the Kabuki Warriors. Mandy and Sonya come out and say that’s a weird name, and we have a match.

Chris Novak: Onto the match… which was good! Mandy got pinned by Asuka by the end. That will surely get the people going as far as her chances for Sunday going, I’m sure. Nevertheless, good match. Did its job. Enjoyed it!

They ran something on Lars Sullivan.

Next, Kevin Owens is doing the Kevin Owens Show with Kofi Kingston.

Robert O’Neill: Kofi is in the ring by himself to start the show and Kevin appears on the screen and says it took Kofi 11 years to make an impact but Owens did it the first night when he attacked John Cena. Kofi goads Owens into coming out and then Sami Zayn attacks Kofi as he’s distracted by Owens! Xavier Woods comes out to even the odds but he gets beat down and Owens and Zayn bring Kofi into the ring and Owens goes for a cannonball but Kofi moves! Then Zayn goes for a helluva kick and Kofi moves again and hits Trouble in Paradise to stand tall to end the show.

Chris Novak: I kinda liked that segment… although if I had one critique, I think I would’ve had Owens get the upper hand going into PPV. I get Kingston hitting Zayn with TOP but, also, I feel like Owens could’ve just stood tall heading into Sunday. That’s all. Apart from that, solid main event segment.

FINAL THOUGHTS

Robert O’Neill: Just like Raw, I really enjoyed Smackdown. For a pair of taped shows, I couldn’t have asked for much more. They both did their job and got me excited for Money in the Bank. A- here as well.

Chris Novak: Enjoyable SmackDown. Three matches on this show, but all of them were REALLY good, to be honest. Give me a high B+ for this one. Best taped shows in a long time, honestly.

Random Acts of Podcast EP238: THE LEGEND OF BRITTNEY JONES

On this week's episode of RAOP Eric fills in and we chop it up the Duval legend Brittney Jones, the NBA lottery, the hip hop police during Rolling Loud, our thoughts on abortion rights and a ton more other topics. Remember to send in YOUR questions, #TheyNeedTheirAssBeat or #RealNiggaOfTheWeeksubmissions, email us at MAIL@RAOPodcast.com or call 424-260-RAOP to leave a voicemail.

As Justin Bieber readies to drop much anticipated new music, enjoy this Barber's Chair playlist of the best hits in Bieberveli's arsenal! 
Apple Music: https://apple.co/2HdG2yN
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2HbTcME
Tidal: http://bit.ly/bieberveli

Throw your diamonds up for more than a decade of heat with the new TIDAL-exclusive Roc La Familia playlist from The Barber's Chair! The greatest hits from the most prolific label in hip hop history.
Listen here: https://tidal.com/playlist/dfcd8a98-7eb0-473e-8666-170acc564443

Listen to the new bangers playlist on Spotify, Tidal, and Apple Music!
Tidal: bit.ly/tidalbangers
Spotify: bit.ly/spotifybangers
Apple Music: bit.ly/applebangers

WrestleMania might be over but you can still rep Becky Two Belts with the brand new #FreeTheMan tees up now on the Barber's Chair Net merch shop
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Ball Don't Lie EP 52 - Dany The GD Queen

Scott Flows and Pierce wrap about the divisive penultimate episode of Game of Thrones, the pacing of season 8, what's gone right, what's gone wrong, and where GOT ranks among the best television shows in history. Plus, Bulls anger after losing the Zion sweepstakes, and predictions for the NBA conference finals.

As Justin Bieber readies to drop much anticipated new music, enjoy this Barber's Chair playlist of the best hits in Bieberveli's arsenal! 
Apple Music: https://apple.co/2HdG2yN
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2HbTcME
Tidal: http://bit.ly/bieberveli

Throw your diamonds up for more than a decade of heat with the new TIDAL-exclusive Roc La Familia playlist from The Barber's Chair! The greatest hits from the most prolific label in hip hop history.
Listen here: https://tidal.com/playlist/dfcd8a98-7eb0-473e-8666-170acc564443

Listen to the new bangers playlist on Spotify, Tidal, and Apple Music!
Tidal: bit.ly/tidalbangers
Spotify: bit.ly/spotifybangers
Apple Music: bit.ly/applebangers

WrestleMania might be over but you can still rep Becky Two Belts with the brand new #FreeTheMan tees up now on the Barber's Chair Net merch shop
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The 40/40 Club EP 3 - Teflon Tim

Shakeia Taylor & Anthony Rescan of Baseball Prospectus hop on to talk about Tim Anderson's bat-flip controversy, race and baseball, how the lack of black faces affect the sport as a whole and whether Tim is the right player to lead baseball into a new era. Then Pierce and Scott run through each division in baseball a month and a half into the season. We might drop some airhorns for the Chicago Bears. Gun shots only for Big Mack.

Negro League Legend: Josh Gibson

Follow Pierce on Twitter: @HennyOmega
Follow Scott on Twitter: @BarbersChairNet
Follow Shakeia on Twitter: @curlyfro
Follow Anthony on Twitter: @AnthonyRescan

As Justin Bieber readies to drop much anticipated new music, enjoy this Barber's Chair playlist of the best hits in Bieberveli's arsenal! 
Apple Music: https://apple.co/2HdG2yN
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2HbTcME
Tidal: http://bit.ly/bieberveli

Throw your diamonds up for more than a decade of heat with the new TIDAL-exclusive Roc La Familia playlist from The Barber's Chair! The greatest hits from the most prolific label in hip hop history.
Listen here: https://tidal.com/playlist/dfcd8a98-7eb0-473e-8666-170acc564443

Listen to the new bangers playlist on Spotify, Tidal, and Apple Music!
Tidal: bit.ly/tidalbangers
Spotify: bit.ly/spotifybangers
Apple Music: bit.ly/applebangers

WrestleMania might be over but you can still rep Becky Two Belts with the brand new #FreeTheMan tees up now on the Barber's Chair Net merch shop
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First Black Champ - I'm Black, So I Think Kofi Gonna Lose Every Night

We back! First episode of May and on Mother's Day! It's Black Champ talk as usual. Kofi's on a run we called and we speculate his possible next contender could be after KO and who it better not fawking be no matter what. And since we have more information, we talk in greater info and perspective about Lio Rush's backstage heat and what it could mean. We also talk about who he may need to talk to during this time and why. The ratings may be down, but who or what is really to blame? We answer that unpack a lot more on this week's #FirstBlackChampPod! Tell your mom we said hi!

As Justin Bieber readies to drop much anticipated new music, enjoy this Barber's Chair playlist of the best hits in Bieberveli's arsenal! 
Apple Music: https://apple.co/2HdG2yN
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2HbTcME
Tidal: http://bit.ly/bieberveli

Throw your diamonds up for more than a decade of heat with the new TIDAL-exclusive Roc La Familia playlist from The Barber's Chair! The greatest hits from the most prolific label in hip hop history.
Listen here: https://tidal.com/playlist/dfcd8a98-7eb0-473e-8666-170acc564443

Listen to the new bangers playlist on Spotify, Tidal, and Apple Music!
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The Counter Press EP 36

Josh and Vijay talk about the Champions League Final and Decision Day in the EPL

As Justin Bieber readies to drop much anticipated new music, enjoy this Barber's Chair playlist of the best hits in Bieberveli's arsenal! 
Apple Music: https://apple.co/2HdG2yN
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2HbTcME
Tidal: http://bit.ly/bieberveli

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Looking Glass #40: Keep the Family Close

X, Ash, Church, Darius, Jason and Brandon go over the latest episode of Game of Thrones, The Suicide Squad, & Spider-Man: Far from Home trailer

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Topics:
Nova
Netflix Dark Horse
Final Fantasy
Marvel Comics
Agents of SHIELD
Endgame
Richard Madden Joins Robb Stark
Spider-Man: Far from Home trailer
DC Comics
Batwoman
Krypton
Watchmen
The Suicide Squad
Idris Elba Deathstroke?
Benicio Del Toro

Ruthless Aggression - Wild Card, Bitches!

The Mad Titan does it again. Is the 'Wild Card' rule in WWE pointless or good for RAW and Smackdown? Then, we jump right into the week in wrestling in 2003!

Ruthless Aggression recap:
RAW 519
Smackdown 194

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Get In Loser, We're Stanning Sansa
by Darius Gordon

by Darius Gordon

We're nearing the end of the final season of Game of Thrones as we know it, and while there have been a few missteps this season, I can't wait to see how the fight for the Iron Throne concludes. One of my favorite elements of this show is the number of badass women in it, most importantly Lady Sansa. The eldest-born Stark left in Westeros is not only the baddest of them all, but she also would be the best choice to be Queen of the Realm. Here's why you shouldn't be sleeping on Lady Sansa, bad bitch of the North. This post contains spoilers for Season 8!

She's Not A Little Girl Anymore

When we first met Sansa, she was a young & naive little girl born into a great House who only cared about marrying the perfect prince. She was sheltered and spoiled all her life. Much like Arya did most of the seventh season, fans are still holding Sansa to the silly mistakes she made when she was young, and we need to let that go. Sansa wasn't prepared for the war to come, but don't tweak, she gets there.

Started From The Bottom

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via HBO

Since her arrangement with the boy King Joffrey Baratheon in an attempt to join Houses Stark & Baratheon, poor little Sansa has gone through hell. Her world turned upside down when her father, the honorable Ned Stark, was beheaded right in front of her very own eyes. She went from being a potential queen to a hostage of the Lannisters in a foreign land (to her) with no allies.

While in King's Landing she was ordered to marry Tyrion Lannister by the patriarch of the Lannister family and Hand of the King, Tywin Lannister. On the bright side, it was during this time that Sansa learned from Cersei's manipulation and ability to play the role needed for her to advance in the game. She finally escaped King's Landing with the help of the shiesty Littlefinger, aka Lord Petyr Baelish, who essentially gave Sansa over to Ramsay Bolton to gain more power in the North. 

She Went From 0 To 100 Real Quick

Ok...maybe not real quick, but you know what I mean! Sansa literally went through HELL during her stay with House Bolton. The psychopathic Ramsey made Joffrey look like a caring, loving husband. He raped Sansa in front of Theon Greyjoy, who’d been tortured, abused and turned into Reek by Ramsey. Still, Sansa’s wit and will kept her going. Here's where she really put those pretend-to-be meek skills that she learned from Cersei to use; Sansa knew when not to talk and when to just listen. Fans love to bring up Daenerys Targaryen's rise to success, but often overlook the fact that Sansa went through a rough patch that made her a stronger character too.

"No one can protect me. No one can protect anyone." - Sansa Stark, Season 6: Battle of the Bastards

Lady Sansa, Back In Her Bag

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via HBO

Much like her experience with the Lannisters, Sansa picked up on key traits from Littlefinger, learning to think three steps ahead of every person and situation. She manipulated Littlefinger and used his weird obsession with both her and her mother Catelyn Stark to WIN the Battle of the Bastards and win back the North, despite her brother Jon Snow rebuffing her suggestion to reach out to the Knights of the Vale. It was this moment that Sansa was officially in her bag. How can you not be here for this woman after saving your favorite bastard from dying...again!? Not only did Sansa show she had the smarts to win a battle, but the strength and pride needed to rule the North.

“Every time I’m faced with a decision, I close my eyes and see the same picture. Whenever I consider an action, I ask myself, ‘will this action help to make this picture reality?’ Pull it out of my mind and into the world, and I only act if the answer is yes.” - Petyr Baelish, Season 6: The Winds of Winter

Potential Protector Of The Realm?

Fast forward to where we are now; Sansa has come such a long way from the fragile little girl that saw her father die. She has all the traits of a great queen: she's loyal to her people and in return, they're loyal to her. Daenerys was shook when she saw the respect Lady Sansa received from her Northern subjects. She also doesn’t hide her disdain for The Dragon Queen as she continued to throw shade throughout this season. Sansa was the only one to bring up the fate of the North to Dany, and I feel her! They fought for and won their freedom, and can't risk being under the thumb of another tyrant. Sansa’s doing what she must to protect her people.

Sansa is extremely smart and knows what moves and countermoves to make to rule. Lady Sansa has grown into the smartest character on the show, given Tyrion's recent shortcomings as of late. She's cunning when she needs to be, and is very strategic in her moves, as evident by her telling Tyrion about Jon’s parentage. The way I see it: if Dany kills Jon, Sansa and the North will revolt! With Jon dead and Bran Stark living his best life as the Three-Eyed Raven, Sansa's next in line for the job.

Convinced that Sansa has a chance to take the Iron Throne? Let me know in the comments section below or follow me on Twitter: @EJtheG and be sure to read some of my other work here!

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This Week in WWE: Wildcard, bitches
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Chris Novak: Raw’s supposed to start with Roman Reigns. This has been something that’s been heavily discussed for whatever reason this week. But, whatever. Long as this works out and has a point, it’s okay. And since one of the people he’s been feuding with (read: Shane McMahon) bounces around the shows, then I don’t see why Roman can’t.

Anyways, that’s Vince McMahon’s music. So, Mr. McMahon’s starting the show actually. I would wager this, certainly, has a lot to do with the aforementioned paragraph. Vince says it’ll be a night to remember, because he’s here. Before he can go any further, Roman Reigns comes down to the ring. Last time they shared a ring, of course, Reigns caught him with the Superman Punch.

Robert O’Neill: Vince says he better not think of trying it again, and also he’s on Smackdown so why is he on Raw right now? Roman tells him to check his tone, because he wants to leave Raw better than he found it. Vince and his kids said the fans are the authority now, but that was a lie! Vince goes to respond but DANIEL BRYAN’S MUSIC HITS!

Chris Novak: Well… if you wanted my attention, boy, you got it. Bryan says he’s spent the last month in solitude, and now hoped to have an intellectual conversation. Before he can continue, Kofi Kingston makes his way out here.

Robert O’Neill: After Bryan and Kofi goes back and forth, Vince has an epiphany! He’s instating a “wildcard rule” where three Raw superstars can be on Smackdown and three Smackdown superstars can be on Raw. Neat.

Chris Novak: Don’t hate it as a concept going forward. We’ll see how they utilize it. Don’t really have a strong opinion either way. AJ Styles comes out, and he asks him, basically, what the hell he’s doing. Seth Rollins is now on his way out, so we’re still working here on our opening promo. We learn soon enough that Styles and Rollins are teaming up to face a tag team after the break. Who will it be? I suppose we’ll find out.

Robert O’Neill: Bob Lashley and Baron Corbin! Well, that should have been expected. It’s also fine, the story is between Rollins and Styles here. The two get along for most of the long match, but Styles catches Rollins with an inadvertent Phenomenal Forearm after Corbin ducked, and then Styles left instead of helping Rollins, as he got hit with an End of Days. That told the necessary story.

Miz has pulled up a chair right outside Shane McMahon’s dressing room, as he awaits Shane’s arrival.

Sami Zayn is here! He goes on about how the crowd is dumb and bad (correct) and then he gets interrupted by Braun Strowman, who isn’t pleased with him and decides to chase him around the ring and into the back, where he threw Sami into a dumpster which then got put into a garbage truck.

Lucha House Party got a win over some jobbers. Alrighty!

Ricochet is facing Robert Roode, and Ricochet’s Money in the Bank spot is on the line. Stakes!

Chris Novak: It’s obviously nice that they addressed this. They could’ve done it last week, but oh well. The match was fine and Ricochet got his win back. Not a surprising development in the least.

They showed a recap of last week’s events between Rey Mysterio and Samoa Joe. Announced was a United States Championship Match between the two of them. Once again, not a surprising development. Mysterio and Dominick were shown backstage, and Mysterio went into his locker room while Dominick walked away. Ominously… Samoa Joe was seen walking behind him. Probably not great news for Dom, if any horror movie ever made suggests.

Joe then is seen with him. I enjoyed the air quotes around “Uncle Eddie.” I almost wish he referenced that storyline. Joe runs him down and says that he needs to send his father a message, and that’s that he will enjoy what he’s going to do at Money in the Bank.

Up next is Lacey Evans, who’s competing in a match. Her opponent is a local talent, and she wanted the entire locker room to come down to ringside. Lord knows why.

Robert O’Neill: Lacey beats a jobber and then calls up Becky Lynch, who comes out swinging! Lacey leaves before Becky can lock in the Dis-Arm-Her.

Chris Novak: I didn’t mind this segment at all. For one, the use of a squash to put Lacey over as a legitimate threat is a good one. Secondly, having her warn and threaten the MITB competitors not to pull a fast one on her was also totally fine with me too. In fact, I think it was an effective way of getting everything in the mix. I know there are people that are going to want more out of the division, but… what more can you get out of this division right now? They did Alexa vs. Naomi last week. Any throw together tag match would’ve gotten the same usual complaints that we get.

Robert O’Neill: The Viking Raiders also beat some jobbers. Oh, wait, those were Raw Tag Team Champions Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins. Enough already. You have more than enough good tag teams to get the belt off the comedy act.

Chris Novak: Friend, you need to really calm down. There’s going to be an end to these means. It’s fine. The match was also fine, but obviously dominated by the Raiders, who’ve looked good from the jump. Now that they pinned the champs, I’d expect to see them face off at MITB. Which, hey, I’m okay with it.

Robert O’Neill: This week on Firefly Funhouse, Mercy the Buzzard has something in his box but he’s hiding it from Bray. OH MY GOD HE ATE RAMBLIN’ RABBIT. Bray says it’s okay though. You can be forgiven no matter what happens. In fact, Mercy should be rewarded.

Chris Novak: RIP Ramblin’ Rabbit. Why is this stuff so ridiculous and brilliant each week? I continue to be a huge fan of it all.

Robert O’Neill: Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre are up next in a Wrestlemania rematch. This should be pretty good. I enjoyed their match at Mania quite a bit, aside from the stupid crowd.

Chris Novak: Turns out… it was pretty good! May have been Roman’s best outing since he came back, may have been one of Drew’s best outings in a long time. Really enjoyed this match, well, up until the non-finish at the end (even if it did make sense). Shane McMahon and Elias came down to beat down Reigns. Miz then came by the chase and fend them off. Shane went running, and Miz caught up with him and beat him up with a chair.

All around, very effective stuff here. Hope we get a Miz-Roman tag team match out of this against Shane and Elias. Or something of that ilk.

I have no real comment on the segment between The Usos and The Revival.

Robert O’Neill: I think they could be approaching a feud better between two very good teams but once they finally get in the ring it’ll be fine.

Chris Novak: Lars Sullivan attacked No Way Jose. Why? I don’t know.

Kofi Kingston puts his WWE Championship on the line against Daniel Bryan next. The match was really good. What a surprise, right? There was a pretty tremendous end sequence here, where eventually, Kofi caught him with Trouble in Paradise to retain. This wasn’t quite as great of a match as they had at WrestleMania but, for a lot of reasons, it was never going to eclipse that anyway. Still a very, VERY good match.

Robert O’Neill: That was a really good TV match. Nice to see Bryan back in action.

FINAL THOUGHTS

Chris Novak: Weird show, just from a format perspective. Have no idea what to make of this Wildcard stuff but if they don’t go OD with it, it’ll probably be just okay. But aside from that and some of the weird stuff in the 3rd hour, the work rate here was great and both WrestleMania rematches kicked ass. I’ll give this show a B-.

Robert O’Neill: I enjoyed more than I didn'’t enjoy, and that’s good enough for me. They still struggle to fill three hours, but having more hits than misses is good. Wildcard, bitches. B

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Chris Novak: Alright, so we’re continuing on this Wildcard Rule stuff, and AJ Styles is back on Smackdown Live for the moment. I’ll try not to get too frustrated about this or anything. I just hope this doesn’t get too out of hand going forward, is really all that I ask. The good thing, I suppose, is that he’s over like rover. Styles talks for a moment until Sami Zayn arrives. So, Sami’s alive after being thrown in a dumpster last night. Good to know.

Zayn and Styles (which also could double as a reference to The X Factor) banter for a bit, until Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods arrive. Kingston wonders what Styles is doing here, and they get a bit contentious. Woods quotes Ice Cube, telling Styles to check himself before he wrecks himself. Kingston ponders what Styles is going to do about it before Sami intervenes. Sami suggests that Kofi not do this because the people aren’t happy for him. He’s caught in a web and also, that he deserves a WWE Championship opportunity instead of AJ.

Kofi and Xavier roast him for how he smells like garbage. And also, Kofi adds that he considers himself a fighting champion and that he’ll defend the title against EITHER Styles or Zayn. He says it doesn’t matter which it is, because he’ll remain as WWE Champion.

Ali vs. Andrade is next.  

Robert O’Neill: That was an awesome opening segment. I like the wild card rule so far. I’m just wondering how they’re gonna keep it fresh every week, but for now it’s good.

Chris Novak: We’ll get ourselves a Triple Threat Match later out of this segment, so that will be a good deal of fun.

Ali-Andrade was a fun but short match, interrupted by Randy Orton. Orton ate some kicks from them both but then hit Ali with a pop-up RKO. Andrade then leapt at him but Orton dropped HIM with an RKO too. So, decent segment here, although I certainly wish we could’ve gotten more time out of Ali-Andrade.

Robert O’Neill: I would be interested in an Ali-Orton feud if Andrade wins the briefcase like I think he’s going to. I think they would work very well together. I liked this match but was fine with how it ended.

Shane McMahon is here to announce the new tag team champions, but first he has to talk about how he’s not a fan of what The Miz has been up to lately. He’s going to emerge from the steal cage at Money in the Bank in victory yet again.

And now it’s time to announce the new tag team champions. It’s… Daniel Bryan and Rowan! But before Bryan and Rowan can accept, The Usos come out! They said instead of Shane just handing the titles to Bryan and Rowan, they should have a match for them, to which Shane agrees.

Chris Novak: Oh, I am all the way here for this one, baby.

Robert O’Neill: The match is, unsurprisingly, absolutely awesome. The Usos are probably the best tag team in WWE history and Daniel Bryan is the best wrestler on the planet, so it all comes together and is beautiful here. Even Rowan was very good! He got the pin with the Iron Claw to get Bryan and Rowan the tag titles.

Chris Novak: God, that match kicked so much ass. One of the better tags of the entire year so far. Rowan looked great! For once!

Robert O’Neill: Shane McMahon has news about the Money In The Bank ladder matches. Before he can get to the point, Miz comes out and attacks him! But the B-Team come out to save Shane, and while Miz is fighting them off, Shane hits Miz with a chair from behind.

Chris Novak: Well… sure. I mean, sure. I don’t know what exactly he was going to announce, but I suppose that’s not the point here. Miz getting beaten down before his ultimate comeuppance works fine with me, as that’s probably going to be the plan.

Robert O’Neill: Mandy and Sonya face off with Ember Moon and Carmella next. This match was… alright. Mandy and Sonya won as Bayley was supposed to be in the match but was removed without explanation.. Perhaps there’s something more to that. Perhaps not. Who knows.

Chris Novak: Mandy gets a big win. Still wondering what happened with Bayley and Charlotte, but that’ll be a mystery I suppose. Paige came out after and said next week, Mandy and Sonya will face Asuka and Kairi. Okay, cool!

Another Aleister Black vignette aired. I’m still wondering where this is headed, but this has all worked well for me so far.

So, the WWE Championship Triple Threat Match proceeded onwards, and it was a doozy. Kingston retained after pinning Sami Zayn after Trouble in Paradise. Kevin Owens got involved, and for a little while, it was between he and Sami after Styles was out of commission for a bit. The match was fire and was, in my view, the best match all week. A good end to this show.

FINAL THOUGHTS

Chris Novak: I’ll save more of my comments on this whole Wildcard deal on the podcast this week. But we got some great matches out of this thing. That being said, it’s not without its faults. It didn’t disrupt SmackDown Live too much, but I definitely felt like this show needed some more zip. I’ll give it a B and keep it moving.

Robert O’Neill: Bayley and Charlotte disappearing was weird, but I liked more than I disliked, particularly the main event match. B+

Ball Don't Lie EP 51 - Giannis, First of His Name

Scott and Dante open up about Giannis' dominating series win over the Celtics, the mess going on with the Lakers, and more surrounding the NBA Playoffs. Plus, episode four of Game of Thrones season 8!

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THE MOGCAST EP. 4 - Toxic HeadAss Community

Rhodan kicks off The Mogcast under the Licks and Stains Act. Mogs speak on the westside Car2Go Mercedes lick heard around the world, to the jug that is Ye’s Coachella merch... GY calls in via Google Hangouts from the Crib. Also, coping post-Nip, Mogs talk toxic masculinity....Is it time to unpack and unlearn the dumb shit? Peace, mogs! Episode 4 is here!

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Random Acts of Podcast EP237: She Got Big Sis Vibes

On this week's episode of RAOP we start off by calling up the homie Ryan to see how his wedding went. And then we chop it up about stalker teachers, married women wanting more attention, what does the multiverse mean in the new Spider-Man movie and a ton more other topics. Remember to send in YOUR questions, #TheyNeedTheirAssBeat or #RealNiggaOfTheWeek submissions, email us at MAIL@RAOPodcast.com or call 424-260-RAOP to leave a voicemail.

Throw your diamonds up for more than a decade of heat with the new TIDAL-exclusive Roc La Familia playlist from The Barber's Chair! The greatest hits from the most prolific label in hip hop history.
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