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I started listening to the Soundoff at around episode 117, ever since that fateful day, I've looked forward to each Sunday and haven't missed an instalment after almost a hundred episodes. Solomonster himself is a genuine wrestling fan and his passion comes across perfectly to his audience, he's never condescending and always offers insights and different views on the topics he discusses. In closing, Solomonster definitely proves his love of professional wrestling has been alive throughout most of his years and welcomes his loyal listeners not as an audience that simply listen to him, he treats them like frends as if they were in the room as he speaks.Read full review »
FullBlackHabit via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/31/12
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Definitely the best and only wrestling podcast I listen to on iTunes. I have tried others but always listen to the solomonster. Always love the rants (just a pity there are so many reasons to rant about wrestling just now). Now I'm a member of the triple threat. Keep up the good work.Read full review »
Duncanuaz via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/25/11
This show is just fun, informative, and passionate. Solomonster has a wealth of knowledge about the business and history of professional wrestling and gives hard hitting critical reviews of wrestling broadcasts from WWE, TNA, etc. Absolutely enjoyable to listen to and i highly recommend this show.
Brad Yike via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/24/11
I love the Sound Off. As a wrestling fan, it's great to get the kind of perspective Solomonster has on the business, and really get a great feel for the wrestling community. I watch this show every week, and have been since episode 123. Keep it up, Solomonster!Read full review »
TotallyNotGlenn via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/24/11
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