Matt and Jake discuss their Top 5 sporting moments of 2019, plus the boys hand out the inaugural 'From The Nosebleeds Awards'. As always, there are plenty of tips on offer with the team's Bank Builders and Big Calls.
We welcome James ‘Wolf’ Lamb back into the fold this week who brings a massive $51 tip to the table. He also profiles horse trainer Bryce Stanaway in the cult profile segment while Beast takes over the throwback with a famous Ashes moment.
We've got a debutant joining the team this week with Nook coming into the fold. He brings Adam Gilchrist's Test debut as the throwback, while the Squid profiles cult hero Nick Cummins. And keep your ear out for the mayhem that is the quiz!
James Lamb makes a triumphant return to 'From The Nosebleeds' this week and brings a bizarre racing throwback to the table. The Squid profiles golf hero Happy Gilmore which leads to the team chatting about their favourite sports movies. As well as all of that, there are plenty of betting tips on offer, and the quiz, which doesn't quite go to plan!
Plenty on the show as always, however it's an extra special edition of 'From The Nosebleeds' with Lingy joining the team for the final time. He delivers in spades with the cult profile, while Jake throws it back to Steven Bradbury's magic in the 2002 Winter Olympics. Don't forget to keep an ear out for the emotional tribute as well!
It's another massive week for the 'From The Nosebleeds' team, with plenty of sport going on, including the Melbourne Cup. They cover all of it along with profiling Australia's only ever weightlifting Olympic gold medallist, and taking a look back at some sports biggest fights.
The team is a man down this week but soldiered on delivering their bank builders and big calls. Isaac throws it back to an Indian fast bowler raising the bat after getting off the mark and Beast profiles the legend that is the 'White Mamba'.
Aussie legends Joe the Cameraman and Steve Hooker both get a mention this week, while Squid takes his opportunity to roast Beast about his epic quiz fail from Episode 15. The team also deliver their tips after having a super successful time of it last week!
The team had the honour of chatting to the best UFC fighter Australia has ever had, Robert Whittaker. The Reaper discusses everything from how he deals with defeat, prepping for fights, his love of gaming, and a whole lot more!
This week the team is back with plenty of tips and also discuss trophy presentation fails and a New Zealand cricket cult hero. However, just like the NRL Grand Final, Episode 15 of 'From The Nosebleeds' had it's share of controversy, with Beast monumentally screwing up the quiz decider.
Mal Meninga's incredibly short political career gets a mention this week and the team also takes a look at the NRL Grand Final. Mark Bosnich earns the honour of the cult profile thanks to his hilarious laugh, meanwhile Beast is clearly very excited about the NBL.
Another jam-packed show this week, with the team taking a look at both the AFL Grand Final and NRL Prelims. Isaac profiles boxing cult hero Ricky 'Fatton' Hatton and the guys throw it back to some hilarious Brownlow Medal moments.
The Wolf returns this week and delivers a profile on an incredible cult hero called 'Mad Moose'. The team discuss the Ashes and the AFL & NRL Finals, plus deliver their bank builders and some seriously BIG calls.
This week Jake and Matt are joined by Punters.com.au journalist Isaac Ling, who comes out firing with a classic NRL throwback. There are plenty of stitch-ups as always and the team delivers their Bank Builders and Big Calls.
The team is a man down this week, but are soldiering on! They chat about a famous AFL Grand Final, an NBL hothead from the 90s, and put together their ultimate athlete. And don't worry, there are plenty of tips on offer as well.
Plenty on the agenda this week as always, as the team chats about epic commentary fails and the infamous 'Butt Fumble'. Much to the displeasure of Beast, Squid takes over the quiz, while Wolf tells us all about a cult hero horse that was nominated by a listener.
This week the team chat to Aussie NFL punter Mitch Wishnowsky after he went viral with a bruising tackle in the NFL preseason. The boys also discuss Shane Heal's famous clash with Charles Barkley, the Ashes, and THE scorpion kick 'keeper. Meanwhile, Jake gets hilariously stitched up after a great week tipping.
After a successful week tipping the boys are back, and Beast has a gift for the team. They throw it back to Greg Norman in 1986, discuss cult hero Mark 'Piggy' Riddell and as always, deliver some BIG calls.
Don't forget to record yourself and send through your favourite cult heroes and they could get played on air!
This week one of the team celebrates Australia winning the first Test of the Ashes by starting the show with a bang. James throws it back to a famous jockey who got a touch thirsty before a race, and Matt once again manages to find a way to mention himself in the quiz. On top of all that, the boys look to find you some winners with their Bank Builders and Big Calls.
The Ashes are on the agenda, including a controversy from yesteryear plus Jake Equid makes his big return and the pressure is on because the boys have been tipping winners for fun. James takes us through some of Zlatan Ibrahimovic's best work, while the Beast takes back his quiz after the debacle of last week.
The boys are back and hungry for more winners after they each nailed their Bank Builder last week. On top of that, Sladey profiles EPL conman Ali Dia, the Beast takes us back to the 2006 Tour de France, and in a controversial move, James takes over the quiz.
There is plenty going on in the wide world of sport at the moment and on Episode 2 of From The Nosebleeds, the boys do their best to dissect it all and find you a few winners. A 1990s cricketer gets the honour of being this week's cult profile, while the Beast debuts his brand new quiz.
On Episode 1 of From The Nosebleeds, the team dives into basketball's version of the 'Thrilla in Manila', whilst also looking back at the career of an Aussie tennis cult hero. There are plenty of tips on offer, and a stitch up involving some old audio pulled from the vault.