On June 14, 2012, the wrestling radio talk show "Save Us GSM" made its debut on The Universal Takeover Network with Graham "GSM" Matthews and John Nichols as the initial hosts. After airing its second episode on June 19, the show took a brief hiatus before returning on July 26. In its absence, the show was moved to PW247.net, where it has been ever since. Nichols remained a host on the show before making his final appearance on August 2. He made his unadvertised return to the show in the final few minutes of the August 23 edition, making controversial comments on how he was superior to GSM and the live listeners of the show. It was announced days later that Nichols had officially been indefinitely banned from appearing on "Save Us GSM" and would be replaced by Wrestle Enigma's Louie Babcock. In September, the show moved to Wednesdays at 10/9c. Babcock was a host on the show for the remainder of 2012. In October, guest hosts began appearing on the show, including exclusive interviews with Vinny Marseglia and Vladimir Joesph. On April 3, Kyle Hendrie was officially announced as the newest co-host on "Save Us GSM", making his debut on the April 10 edition. On the May 29 edition, the inaugural WWE/TNA Superstar Draft occurred, which was won by Kyle Hendrie. On August 29, "Save US GSM" aired its final episode before taking a hiatus. No return date is currently scheduled and it is unknown as to whether the show will ever be renewed for a second season.
As of September 2013, "Save Us GSM" will be off the airwaves for the foreseeable future. However, check back for more updates regarding the show's potential return.
In the meantime, be sure to listen to "WrestleRant Radio" every Tuesday night at 9/8c on EC Radio followed by "Gorilla Blood" at 10/9c on PW247.net.