The comics make up fitting wrestling alter egos for celebrities.
Larry chooses between facing off against UFC fighter Ronda Rousey or mud wrestling Jon Stewart.
The comics attempt to cheer up Roman Reigns after the Internet ridicules his fashion faux pas.
Rachel Feinstein explains why she once got jealous of a very dumb guy.
A doubter learns the hard way just how real professional wrestling is.
The panelists weigh in on Hulk Hogan's massive courtroom win against the gossip website Gawker.
The panelists weigh in on why Donald Trump's inflammatory political speech works in his favor.
Residents of an upstate New York village vote on whether to change their racist seal.
The comedians lend an ear to professional athletes who are testing out their musical chops.
The comedians answer questions about some rowdy Santas.
The comics create porn-themed soccer rules and learn about a Tinder update.
Ex-WWE superstar Virgil goes to the mat against Ricky Velez, the world's most offensive wrestler.
Ricky "The Border Jumper" Velez jumps into the ring to take on ex-WWE superstar Virgil.
Ricky Velez immerses himself in the wild and occasionally racist world of professional wrestling.
Daniel presents a selection of videos that could go either way.
In an effort to join a West Virginia wrestling league, the comics film their own audition tapes.
The panelists watch goofy wrestling videos and imagine the lives of the fighters.
Ron Funches explains why he's glad that professional wrestling is fake.
Professional wrestler Seth Rollins pays homage to Jon and his loyalty to show sponsors.
Hannibal has some choice words for Hulk Hogan after the WWE star was caught on tape using the N-word.