OWW Radio with David Fit Finlay recap

If you missed the Tuesday October 4th edition of the Online World of Wrestling Radio with host Alan Wojcik with weekly contributors Spug. Here are the highlights:

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The guys opened the show recapping week 2 of Ring of Honor TV plus the return to MTV2 of Lucha Libre USA.  After a break Alan & Spug recapped TNA Impact Wrestling on Spike TV including new matches announced for the Bound for Glory PPV. Alan previewed this Thursday’s Knoxville based show and the rumors of Hulk Hogan retiring.

The 1st interview of the evening came courtesy of our friends at Crossfire Wrestling who will hold “A New Beginning” on November 5th in Nashville, TN. Former WWE/WCW superstar “Fit” Finlay joined the program to talk about his opponent Al Snow, growing up in a wrestling family, wrestling in Europe & Japan, joining WCW and did he regret signing with the promotion, moving to WWE and how he became the point person for the Diva’s division & more. Log onto www.crossfirellc.vze.com for the entire lineup heading to the TN State Fairgrounds! 

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OWW Radio | The Eve of Hell in a Cell recap

If you missed the Tuesday September 27th edition of the Online World of Wrestling Radio with host Alan Wojcik with weekly contributors Mase & Spug. Here are the highlights:

Our first 100% free to the listener’s interview was with Northeast Wrestling Heavyweight champion Matt Taven who talked about his training under Spike Dudley, working for ROH, OVW and others through the New England territory plus his match with “Innovator of Violence” Tommy Dreamer this weekend. Check out www.northeastwrestling.com for the events in Waterbury, CT & Poughkeepsie, NY. Follow Matt on Twitter @MattTaven 

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AS I SEE IT: The Muppets to host WWE RAW

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In case anyone has an issue with me saying in my AS I SEE IT columns that WWE is moving toward a “Fuzzy Bunny versus Sammy Squirrel” type product; and tell me I’m overdoing it about what I say, and want Ian Rotten’s IWA Mid-South Wrestling circa 2005 to be what we see on RAW…WWE.com gave us this only hours after I put up last week’s column:

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OWW Radio Month of Honor week 3 recap

If you missed the Tuesday September 20th edition of the Online World of Wrestling Radio with host Alan Wojcik with weekly contributor Spug. Here are the highlights:

Our first 100% free to the listener’s interview was with WSU roster member and the leader of the Midwest Militia, Jessicka Havok!  This interview had been in the works for several months and Jessicka does not disappoint. She covers a gamut of topics ranging from the formation of the group, why she chose Sassy Stephanie & Allysin Kay, her feud with Alicia, her desire to kick people like Spug in the face, why she loves Resident Evil and so much more. If you are a WSU fan or have seen Jessicka wrestle throughout Ohio, this is a must listen!! Follow Jessicka on Twitter @J_Hav

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KILLSTEENKILL / How ANX Won My Heart.

Superman don’t bleed.

After an exchange of punches, Jay Briscoe plummeted to the canvas in a heap of bloodied flesh leaving Kenny King to claim what was certainly and rightfully his – a guaranteed World Tag Tea Championship match for him and his partner, Rhett Titus, collectively known as the All Night Express. It was a surreal sight to see as Titus smiling triumphantly while he donned the “crimson mask”. Before the partners’ gave each other a congratulatory embrace, King made sure to carve this night to memory by “signing” the contract’s envelope in Jay Briscoe’s blood. At long last, ANX would get their title shot. King’s climb of the ladder not only won ANX the match, but served as a turning point in their career and forever changed their image as we know it. Kenny King and Rhett Titus have reached the main event. They are ready to become champions.

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OWW Radio’s Month of Honor week 2 recap

If you missed the Tuesday September 13th edition of the Online World of Wrestling Radio with host Alan Wojcik with weekly contributors Spug, Mase & Kevin Scott as Jamal. Here are the highlights:

Our 100% free to the listener’s interview was with former ROH World champion Eddie Edwards who spoke on his career in ROH, his matches with Roderick Strong, his American Wolves tag partner Davey Richards, his love of all the Boston sports teams and his match this Saturday with Strong at Death Before Dishonor IX on iPPV. Follow him on Twitter @TheEddieEdwards  

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From The Top Rope 1: Anti CM Punk

I never want to hear CM Punk talk again. It will always begin with “I don’t believe [insert what just happened].” Also, if he drops the mic and says, “Pipe bomb”, I will figuratively die so hard that everyone will figuratively attend my funeral. How much could it possibly bother Triple H that his wife is Executive Vice President, Creative Development & Operations? This is overwrought. I know Punk does well on the microphone; it is proven, so why be a broken record? The new stipulation added to Night of Champions HAS TO BE the final nail in the coffin of this angle. If Punk wins, Triple H is fired, or rather, steps down as COO. Does this mean if he lost, he would still be under contract and would become a wrestler again full time? We have seen Triple H do it all over and over again. This would be awful. If Punk loses, will he be fired? Will we get more ridiculous stipulation matches? Man, this gives me a headache. Let’s get to the match at hand. It’s a NO DQ. This means Triple H will bleed a lot. Wait. Can’t they not bleed anymore? How imposing and scary could a NO DQ match be these days? The fact is Punk has been running on fumes, Nash is “released”, and Triple H is way past his prime. The wrestlers are willing to do the work, so WWE give them something to work with.

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The Last Outlaw, by Stan Hansen (book)

After four years in the making, Stan Hansen’s autobiography, “The Last Outlaw,” is now available at Crowbar Press (www.crowbarpress.com).

Stan Hansen’s account of his wrestling career is a veritable guidebook of professional wrestling in Japan.  In “The Last Outlaw,” he tackles every subject imaginable as he educates and entertains readers with his stories about the promoters and their promotions, how the Japanese promoters operate their business behind the scenes, touring the country on the wrestling bus, the nightlife in the big cities, and how the sport in Japan differs from that in the U.S.

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OWW Radio’s “Month of Honor week 1″ – recap

If you missed the Tuesday September 6th edition of the Online World of Wrestling Radio with host Alan Wojcik with weekly contributors Spug. Here are the highlights:

Our 100% free to the listener’s interview was with former FIP & ROH World champion “the Messiah of the Backbreaker” Roderick Strong who fielded questions on his career in FIP, ROH, Pro Wrestling Noah, the many uses of the backbreaker he incorporates in his matches plus the best rib he has ever witnessed & much more. Follow him on Twitter @RoderickStrong 

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