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Tom Clark's Main Event is the flagship podcast from Boink Studios! Tom discusses all things pro wrestling, with a different topic on every show. Those topics come from companies including New Japan, Ring of Honor, Impact Wrestling, and primarily WWE. Tom's one-man show does occasionally feature guest stars, like WWE Superstars Randy Orton and The Big Show! Tom is a Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report, Sportskeeda and The Camel Clutch Blog. For more content, go to boinkstudios.com

Jun 26, 2016

Episode 55 deals with the domination of Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, and Seth Rollins, the former Shield. focusing on their individual impact on WWE, as well as their current roles, including Dean's new world title run, Seth's return from injury, and Roman's shocking suspension

 

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Jun 9, 2016

Episode 54 is all about the recent news of The Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar's return to UFC 200, the new rivalry between WWE's top guy John Cena vs. The Phenomenal AJ Styles, as well as the coming brand split, which will see Monday Night Raw and the new live SmackDown become two separate entities 


May 23, 2016

Episode 53 deals with the recent return of Seth Rollins to WWE, Extreme Rules results, as well as the right perspective when combining both events in terms of unrealistic fan expectation over Seth's character, AJ Styles' role in the company, and how all of this directly relates to world heavyweight champion Roman Reigns


May 12, 2016

Episode 52 deals with the impending war between Shane and Stephanie McMahon, a war which will likely include Triple H in a battle for control of WWE, while other topics like the perplexing absence of The Wyatt Family, Dean Ambrose vs. Chris Jericho, and the company's recent releases are covered


May 6, 2016

Episode 51 is all about AJ Styles' WWE main event rise, specifically his feud with world champion Roman Reigns, as well as the company's overall new era of talent and angles, which leads to some sad news for wrestling fans and pop culture fans all over the world