Sam and Brad caught up with Northeast Ohio native and WWE Superstar Mike "The Miz" Mizanin to talk all things Cleveland Sports and about his new movie coming out.
Sam and Brad also caught up with Steve Wyche of the NFL Network (17:50 into the podcast) and Ryan Harris of the Notre Dame IMG Sports Network to talk Fighting Irish (9:02 mark).
WWE Superstar Mandy Rose joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about performing at the SummerSlam HeatWave Tour July 14 in Canton.
You can catch Mandy and the rest of the WWE Superstars at the Canton Memorial Civic Center beginning at 7:30pm.
WWE Superstar Bayley joined Sam and Brad Thursday to talk about being the #1 contender for the Raw Women's title and her upcoming matches in Northeast Ohio.
Bayley will be making her way to Canton on Sunday for a performance at the Civic Center, and then going up to Cleveland for a match at the Q.
She says when she's on the road, hitting up the good breakfast spots as well as seeing some of the historical sites is an interesting aspect for her.
Bayley lists former wrestlers Lita and Eddie Guerrero as some of her biggest influences.
The WWE Corporation will be facing a class action lawsuit from many former wrestlers citing the company is responsible for the numerous head injuries they sustained in the ring.
Jim LaMotta from PW Mania and Fightbooth joined the Sam Bourquin Show to talk about the suit and when we might be able to see action from either side.
LaMotta says that the process will drag out in court, but on the surface, this looks like a familiar story.
"This is probably nothing more than a money grab at this point, I highly doubt there will be a payout."
Some of the wrestlers named in the suit include Joe "The Animal" Laurinitas, Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka amongst many others.
For the full interview with LaMotta, click here.
One of the big events ahead of WrestleMania 32 is the WWE "Fastlane" event coming up at the Quicken Loans Arena Sunday.
WWE Superstar Bray Wyatt joined Brad Russell in the Average Sports Show Friday to talk about his character, what it's like gracing the squared circle in front of thousands, and offering his take on what it will be like to perform live.
"The crowds they travel, just to see the pay-per-view, so they're always a little bit more riotus," he said. "It's true probably with any sporting event, the louder the crowd is, the more response they get from the athletes performing."
As the leader of the "Wyatt Family" Bray says he enjoys the day-to-day grind of the professional wrestling business, and he'll be on hand when the Wyatt Family takes on Ryback, Kane, and Big Show in a six-man tag-team match.