The Shaffee Show 11/24/16

On this episode, Shaffee thanks listeners for checking out last week’s show but realizes that he needs to build a staff to help work on the podcast.   He finds out that he’s apparently been mispronouncing his name for his entire life and learns the meaning of Shaffee.  He shares some thoughts on Hacksaw Ridge and the new Oasis documentary, Supersonic. He also sees an opportunity to get back on Detroit radio and offers a very special Thanksgiving message.



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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.