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Worked Shoot Radio (WSRadio)

Dax Jeter

This is a weekly discussion of Pro Wrestling, centering around the current WWE product. All members of our 3 man "booth' are longtime wrestling fans and hold shares of WWE stock. We focus on looking at the product from the view point of investors, rather than just fans. Follow us on Twitter: @HuddieJ, @DaxJeter, & @TheRealBenz24k or follow the show @WSRShareholders.


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Latest Episodes

On this week's episode of the Shareholders the guys discuss the vaccine mandate, the Woke Report with Junior, the stock, take a mail question, and give out the NFL Playoff picks!

5 days ago

On this episode of the Shareholders, the boys are back from the holidays and ready to take about Jan 6th, the Woke Report with Junior, the stock, and take a mail question from Chuck!

12 days ago

On this week's episode of the Shareholders the guys have a special guest while Dax is out, Chuck from the Middle! They discuss the events of the day, the new LSU coach, the Woke Report with Junior, take a mail question, and give out some picks!

a month ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 15 ratings
  • Marks

    Despite “looking at the product through a different perspective”, the majority of this podcast, at least the wrestling portion, is spent regurgitating the same talking points that could be found on any other wrestling podcast or blog. That being said, The Woke Report and Keeping Up With Katie portions of the show are top guy material.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 years ago
  • Great show

    Love the show. Keep up the excellent work. Hilarious!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 years ago
  • Great Show

    In the crowded wrestling podcast world, this show is something different. The Host & his Brother are hilarious. They cover a wide range of topics: political talk, wrestling, stocks, and sports betting. Give this show a listen.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 years ago
  • Great show

    One of the best kept secrets of the wrestling podcast world.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 years ago
  • Refreshing, smart content

    A great forum for wrestling fans that actually have a functional brain and current intrigue into the WWE has a corporate, global phenomenon. A refreshing change from the hundreds of wrestling podcasts out there that all sound the same. 5 stars!

    Apple Podcasts
    Regular guys #1 fan
    United States7 years ago

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