On the first episode of this new “spin-off” of sorts to The Ring Of Fyre, Thomas & Skeletroy give their thoughts on the April 1st, 2015 edition of WWE NXT.
On the eve of WrestleMania, Thomas gives his thoughts on how he thinks the PPV will go down.
This time on The Ring Of Fyre, Thomas bitches about how mediocre the Royal Rumble was for the 2nd straight year.
This time on The Ring Of Fyre, Thomas gives his thoughts on the last WWE PPV of the year, Tables Ladders and Chairs…….and Stairs……..seriously whose idea was that?
Due to a technical issue, Thomas tries, once again, to give his thoughts on the NXT Takeover event entitled “R Evolution”. Hopefully there aren’t any audio issues this time.
This time on The Ring Of Fyre, Thomas finally gets around to talking about
WrestleMania 21. Something he meant to do at least a month ago.
Not having been able to watch it live, Thomas gives his delayed thoughts on the 2014 edition of the Survivor Series PPV.
This time on The Ring Of Fyre, Thomas FINALLY gets around to giving his thoughts on the 2005 Royal Rumble PPV.
After putting it off due to finally being able to use his PS4, Thomas gives his thoughts on WWE’s latest PPV offering, Hell In A Cell 2014.
Having finally gotten around to watching it, Thomas gives his thoughts on TNA’s latest PPV offering (and an experimental crossover with Wrestle-1 in Japan) Bound For Glory 2014.
Finally getting around to an idea he wanted to do, Thomas will now be doing something where he gives his thoughts on “old” WWE PPVs. Starting with the first ever New Year’s Revolution PPV.
This time on The Ring Of Fyre, Thomas can’t think of a clever alternate name for the PPV……..oh and gives his thoughts on WWE’s latest PPV offering, Night Of Champions 2014.
Having seen the PPV, Thomas gives his thoughts on WWE’s latest PPV offering, SummerSlam 2014.
Thomas gives his thoughts on what he thinks will happen, and what he hopes will/won’t happen, at WWE’s upcoming SummerSlam PPV.
As a way to try to get back into the swing of things, Thomas gives his thoughts on TNA’s 2014 Impact Wrestling edition of Destination X.
Thomas gives his thoughts on TNA going back to 6 sides and why he feels it shouldn’t be as big a deal as some people are making it out to be.
Thomas Fyrehart rambles on about the WWE Armageddon PPVs from 2002-2005.
Skip to about 2:51 for the actual start.