The Shaffee Show – 06/28/17

On this episode, Shaffee explains why he currently has a broken nose, several cuts to his face and stitches in his head.  Also included are thoughts on the upcoming fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor, as well as the recent death of a bullfighter after being gored.  From there, the 1998 Michigan State High School Wrestling Champion, BJ, returns for a discussion about his glory days in high school when he was a wrestling champion, captain of the football team and homecoming king, that leads to him realizing the possibility that none of it truly happened the way he always believed it did.  All this, plus a brand new theme song for The Shaffee Show!  Listen, enjoy, share with your friends!

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The Shaffee Show – 06/28/17

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Shaffee Abraham

Shaffee Abraham

Shaffee is the host of The Shaffee Show. From 1999 to 2015, Shaffee hosted radio shows in several markets including Atlanta, Detroit and Grand Rapids. He also served as "The Voice of Blueland" as Public Address Announcer for the National Hockey League's Atlanta Thrashers for the team's final three seasons. Since 1999, Shaffee has also appeared sporadically in the pro wrestling industry, most notably as the manager of Sabu. Shaffee has worked as a television commentator, ring announcer, referee, manager and even as a wrestler on a handful of occasions. A 2007 loss to Traci Brooks at TNA's Bound For Glory event in Duluth, Georgia resulted in Shaffee's announcing that he would never step foot in the squared circle again.