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Bomber has adopted the role of “host” seeing how Peanut seemed to no show more and more often. Even to this day Bomber will tell you he wish he didn’t have to host and could just be a co-host on the show. BUT someone has to do all the dirty work! Bomber, is the resident CZW (Combat Zone Wrestling) fan on the show. If you have listened to a single episode you would already know that because of the heat he takes from his co-hosts. He isn’t ashamed though, he has no problem representing the company he has followed and loved since 1999. Another thing you will pick up on as a listener is that Bomber “hates Daniel Bryan” which he has denied time and time again but everyone on the show won’t buy it. Bomber favors independent wrestling just as much as he does main stream. The crew also labels Bomber as the “too positive guy” in the group, often looking for the good side to everything going on in the world of wrestling. He spends too much time thinking about new ideas for Jobber Radio while he is at work and also works on this very website… while getting paid to be at work. Nice!
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The Wreckless Eater… there is a ton to say about Matt Zion but it can easily be summed up by saying he is almost the exact opposite as Bomber when it comes to his attitude to the current product of WWE. Matt Zion is well known to be one of the most unforgiving and sometimes brutally negative members on the cast! He has no problem telling you he is right and you are wrong, when in fact he is clearly wrong. He is at the point where he despises guys like Big Show & Kane and will tell you about it in a heart beat. Zion’s job is Wreckless Eating and often times eating horrible things for your peoples pleasure! In all honesty Zion is the most popular member on the cast and is has a ton to do with Jobber Radio’s success based off of his popularity. At the end of the day though, he loves wrestling just as much as everyone else on the cast and will work just as hard if not harder to make Jobber Radio a success, even if he acts like he doesn’t care about it, which he does… A LOT!
Oh dear lord, well Peanut has become infamous in Jobber Radio’s short history. He was the original show host and if you go back and listen to those first episodes and hear how many times he botched the intro you will see why he was fired! Honestly though he wasn’t fired, Peanut is a busy man now a days and he often can’t make the show for various reasons but well all kind of love Peanut. He has talent, you can’t discredit the epic show open song he created from scratch. Also on Episode 8 of Jobber Radio he performed the intro song LIVE for the first every live edition of the show. He nailed it and blew everyone away when no one was expecting it. Jobber Radio wouldn’t be around if it wasn’t for Peanut and a podcast he hosted on a wrestling music video forum known as Addicted2Editing. Peanut wrangled up Rab, Zion & Bomber to start the A2ECast and after a while they branched out to create Jobber Radio. So wait a minute, maybe it is true, without Peanut there would be no Jobber Radio!?! NOOOOOOOOO
The ultimate “I don’t give a damn” guy. Rab tells us time and time again he doesn’t care about the ideas we have on the show and the ideas he does care about he says they suck. Over the years though we know the truth, yes he still doesn’t give a damn about a lot of stuff but he does love hanging out with his friends and talking wrasslin’! Over the years it has became apparent that it isn’t so much about Jobber Radio for Rab as it is about friendship. Now I know that sounds corny as hell but we are on to you Rab, he know deep down you care deeply for all of us. Maybe a little too much for Zion but still… Keep in mind Rab is the guy who called into skype while at work just to make the show! While guys can’t make the show for lesser reasons this guy literally did the should while at work! Seriously, go back and listen to Episode 14 – “Rab’s Dedication” which was perfectly titled by the way. Rab is also the guy that never wants to see Undertaker wrestle ever again. Never ever!
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Often times mistaken for Scott (because they are Canadian), Lee debuted on Episode 18 – “Peanut’s Replacement”. Lee has brought a lot to Jobber Radio, even more disdain for the WWE. His passions include wrestling, movies & alcohol so you really can’t go wrong with that. Out of the cast Lee definitely brings the most Japanese Wrestling knowledge to the table which is a new spin to the show. It is safe to say he loves the classics, and respects the art of wrestling probably more than anyone else. Coming from Canada he tries to keep his temper at bay but sometimes Bomber’s stupid comments is just too much and he has to unleash a hellish promo on the current wrestling world. The best way to really describe Lee’s outlook on wrestling is to compare it to Jim Cornette’s outlook on wrestling. Wrestling used to be way better back in the day and it probably isn’t going to get back to the good stuff. One thing is for sure, don’t bring up “ultraviolent” or “garbage wrestling” around Lee because you are not in for a good time if you do. Poor CZW…
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Often times mistaken for Lee (because they are Canadian), Scott debuted on Episode 26 – “Chyna Tribute Show”. The good thing about Scott is that he is one of your typical hardcore wrestling fans who doesn’t hate every single thing going on. If there was a ranking system to gauge the cast based on optimism Scott would come in at an easy 2nd place. He is very plugged into the current WWE product and knows a lot about what is going on, chances are he probably knows more about what is going on than anyone else on the show! He has been a great addition to the show and after winning the first ever Wrestling Trivia Show it is apparent that Scott knows his history as well! Just like Lee, Scott was a friend of Matt Zion’s and stepped in when we were short on people for the show. Both Lee & Scott were initially meant to be fill ins for the show but were way too fun not to have on at a regular basis. On top of that Scott has become one of the more consistent cast members on the show as well making almost every single episode since his debut! If you had to give him a nickname he would be the “Nice Guy”. Either way Rab won’t know the difference and call him Lee half the time…