ICGPW Slamcast 09: A Weekend of Cons and Headlocks



For this week’s second show, its all about our reactions to NYC Comic-Con! First, we give our opinions of WWE RAW and NXT Takover: Respect, and then spend most of the show discussing NYCCC. Also, Brian gives us his review of the Headlocked graphic novel!!!

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In Search of A Happy Place

The Mind Junkyard

This is a challenge for every human. Find your happy place. Doesn't matter what you look like, what you sleep in or under or even if you are a prince. The champions of this quest don't come home, there's no medal and the world doesn't burst into song when the mantle of the search is passed to you. So many come back disillusioned, mind fatigued, loathsome at the world and with more problems than at the start. The few champions who succeed don't come back...frankly why should they. They have found their happy place and their journey continues, forward always has become their motto. I've spent a score and few years on this planet and am yet to find it. I guess I started searching the moment I was self-aware, from one friend to another, from one uniform to another. Yesterday I took off another uniform and frankly that's scary…

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Benitez cracks back on Allardyce in “mic drop” fashion


Sam Allardyce has a new book coming out, and the new Sunderland boss has been making plenty of his opinions football known through the book and otherwise.

Allardyce made waves Wednesday with his thoughts on “deluded” West Ham fans who hated his defense-first ambitions.

In his new book, “Big Sam”, Allardyce also takes a shot at Liverpool’s famous UEFA Champions League final win in Istanbul, in which the Reds came back from a 3-0 deficit to win Europe’s top honor.

[ MORE: Six Premier League players make Euro qualifying All-Star Team ]

According to Allardyce, manager Rafa Benitez doesn’t deserve to take credit for Liverpool winning (something about substitutions being lucky and some other incredibly-hypocritical anti-manager sentiment).

Fortunately, Benitez needed just one response to bury Allardyce.

From Sky Sports:

“Do you know who Sam Allardyce is? Do you know how many trophies he has won? Well that’s my answer…

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