Today on the show, for rising stars in women's wrestling, Madi Maxx, Kaitlyn Marie, Hayden Ramsey, and Ella Envy join John to talk about their experiences as women in professional wrestling and how to make wrestling a better place for all women.
Long delayed in production, but here at last, Part 1 of our review and recap of WrestleMania 36.
Today we're breaking from the norm just a bit. Eric and John interviewed artist Shane Balkowitsch to talk to him about his controversy relating to his portrait of Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg and his proposed display of the portrait in Bismarck, North Dakota. Really a fantastic interview and I hope you all enjoy.
Shane is offering several Greta Thunberg related items for sale, all profits from which benefit various Native American children's organizations.
Signed and numbered Greta portrait. This is a limited edition of 250, so if you want one, you should act fast.
Greta "Standing for Us All" bumper sticker. This is a link to the single sticker, it's also available in packs of 5, 20, and 50.
If you'd like to connect with Shane, he's on Instagram (@balkowitsch). You can also find him on Facebook through his artist page "Shane Balkowitsch - Nostalgic Glass Wet Plate Studio." You can also join his Facebook group "Wet Plate Collodion - Friends of Frederick Scott Archer."
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Welcome again wrestling fans. Today we're bringing you an interview the Josh Gerry, head coach at the AML Wrestling School in Winston-Salem, NC. Josh has been a wrestler, trainer, promotor, commentator, and everything in between. He's worked for some of the biggest promotions in America. Today he's here talking about one of the first lessons he teaches wrestling school students, what it was like running a promotion, and what advice he'd give to people looking to get into professional wrestling.
If you'd like to contact Josh, he's on Instagram @joshgerry, on Facebook as Coach Josh Gerry, and on YouTube with instructional videos as Coach Josh Gerry.
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John and Eric are back with another review of WWF Prime Time Wrestling, this time from June 29, 1987. On this episode, Bobby Heenan finally provides a set of X-Rays to Gorilla Monsoon...but they're probably not quite what Monsoon wanted to see. In the episode we see Gene Okerlund interview Koko B. Ware (with Frankie) and Honky Tonk Man (with Jimmy Hart). Also, a segment of the Snake Pit with Jake Roberts talking to Hillbilly Jim and Little Beaver.
For matches, we get:
Brad Rheingans vs Terry Gibbs, from Memorial Auditorium in Kitchener, ON
Iron Mike Sharpe vs Hillbilly Jim, from Memorial Auditorium in Kitchener, ON
Junkyard Dog vs Terry Gibbs, from WWF Superstars taping at Memorial Auditorium in Buffalo, NY
Lanny Poffo vs Frenchy Martin, from the Boston Garden
Jose Estrada vs Sivi Afi, from the Boston Garden
Paul Roma & Jim Powers vs The Shadows, from Memorial Auditorium in Kitchener, ON
Hart Foundation vs Killer Bees, from WWF Superstars taping at Memorial Auditorium in Buffalo, NY
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Today we bring you an interview with Tyler Bruins from Firestar Pro Wrestling. Tyler talks about growing up a fan, training in pro wrestling, and working his debut match in front of over 500 fans at WrestleRevival 7.
You can find him on Instagram @t.tyme27
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Today on the program three of us, John, Eric, and Thurston get together and talk about the infamous Heroes of Wrestling PPV from 1999. The show was a train wreck from start to finish and is only redeemed because it's so bad, it simply must be watched. Enjoy the conversations.