A listener writes into the show and asks Taz about in-ring psychology. The caller says that Eddie Guerrero was a master of psychology in the ring, and he could always turn the fans in whatever direction he wanted based on how he worked in the ring. Taz says that Guerrero was a great friend of his, and there’s no denying that Guerrero was one of he best in-ring psychologists ever.
Taz says that if he had to pick one of today’s talents who has the ability to develop into a master in-ring psychologist, he’d pick Jinder Mahal. He also says that The Miz is already one of the best psychologists in WWE, because Miz is constantly able to keep his heat and draw money as a real heel.
A listener writes into the show and tells Taz that Edge and Christian’s new podcast features multiple segments that are similar to what Taz has been doing on his show for the last couple of years. One segment in particular is called ‘Tales from the Indies’ with Tommy Dreamer, and Taz has been doing an ‘In the Indies’ segment on his show for months now.
Taz says that he has no respect for anyone who copies or steals ideas from other people. He adds that he puts a lot of time and effort into this show, and he is constantly trying to think of fresh new segments for his listeners. He’d prefer that these other podcast hosts didn’t ignore his show and his show’s audience because that pisses him off.