Check This Out...

9.02.2010

Tha O Show: Episode 183




O-sters! Tha best in the business at what they do, Big Daddy Donnie and your bro Dan-e-o are back to smack you with their 183rd edition of "Tha O Show"!

Along with "Fatty" Frank Fronte, tha boys hit you up with another week of firsts. This week, tha crew is joined by a new edition to their world of sexy in-ring divas as well as a blast from the WCW past!

On this week's show, you'll get...

"Tha Os And NOs".

"Tha Pit Stop" with The Notorious T.I.D. who shares his thoughts on last weekend's UFC event.

A rant from "Tha Black Prophet".

A chat with the very, beautiful and talented, Marti Belle. How will Dan-e-o make out trying to tempt this luscious latina?

AND "Tha Round Table" featuring former WCW star, Glacier!

Taking you out this week is "Run" by So Sick Social Club!


13 comments: on "Tha O Show: Episode 183"

AdamFromWelland said...

Sweet, I love Sub Zero! *Non-Fronte*

Anonymous said...

IM A SICKO AND SO SICK FUCKIN RUNS THE CITY

Anonymous said...

Glacier was cool for real. Cool as ice.

Anonymous said...

So you`ve had Mortis, Glacier ... now you need Ernest Miller, Wrath and James Vandenburg to finish that whole angle.

Anonymous said...

Scott Steiner shoots on Frank

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZqo4OZ0Pqs

White Thunder said...

Lol I beat that GTA level. I almost beat the entire game but the final level

Anonymous said...

Marti Belle is NOT Hot at all! She's Decent,but no better or worse than most of the chicks you see on a Weekend at any Bar in Any City Anywhere.And WTF is it with Dark Skinned Dominican Chicks kayfabing on being Black? Stop with the long drwan out ,ethnic fairy tales and just claim your Blackness. You ain't passing for White,so get real!

M.F. said...

@anonymous who posted the Steiner video, let your name be known. That was legit probably one of the funniest comments I've seen on this site.

Dante Ross said...

You guys keep surprising me every week with the quality of interviews with guests I seriously dont expect to be as cool as they are. Honestly there have been guests that I'm like, "Okay...this should be interesting." And it turns into this cool and fun ass interview. Good job. Everyone was in top form.

And Dan, dont worry about that wrestling chick (whose name escapes me). She'll be begging for a theme and to be on the show months from now.

Frank from new york said...

Yea she might look decent but Belle is fucking shit in the ring, never have her again. Trust me i would know,get Aida Valentina if you want a hot bitch who can work from new york.

Anonymous said...

Yo, no disrespect, Dan...

But how you gonna talk about the pioneers of this thing now referred to as "horrorcore" and not mention Bushwick Bill?

i.e.- "Mind of a Lunatic"

LONG, LONG before there was Gravediggaz, Eminem, Ill Bill, Necro, etc there was the "biggest little motherfucker" Bushwick aka Chuckie. Geto Boyz for life...shame on you for not remembering the originators, guy...lol.

Dan-e-o said...

I hear ya...

But I don't know if I'd put Bushwick Bill and Geto Boys in the "horrorcore" category.

While some of the lyrics and imagery was graphic, I think it was more reality-based than it was about a gimmick.

Anonymous said...

I have heard Big Daddy Donnie say that boxing is dead in a few episodes now. I could not disagree more.
Firstly, top boxers still get paid waaaay more than top UFC fighters, and the gap isn’t closing anytime soon. We’re talking $500,000 compared to $10-$20 million here. The way that boxing promotion is set up is more conducive to bigger pay days for the fighters than the organizational structure of the UFC. Boxers receive big paycheques from their individual backers to make fight happen while in MMA, UFC takes the bulk of the pay and gives the guys chump change. For this reason, many young athletic men will still chose to pursue a career in boxing rather than ultimate fighting.
Secondly, Boxing has withstood the test of time while MMA’s longevity remains to be seen, and it’s already getting boring. Yes, the popularity of boxing is cyclical. We have had lulls in the sport but out of those lulls, legends have always emerged. Mani Pacquiao came at a time when Floyd Mayweather’s departure from the sport would have created a major void. Mayweather himself, came at a time when Oscar Dela Hoya’s famed career had wound down. In boxing, it only takes one or two guys to carry the sport for years. As for MMA, people are quickly learning that the sport consists of more grappling than striking, and aside from the hardcore MMA fans, most people will get bored of this sooner or later. (After all, what is the most exciting element of MMA?..the knockouts. )
I think this is a topic you guys should pursue more on the show.
Peace.