30 for 30 parties like its 1999!!!! And on today’s episode, it KIND OF IS! But it’s also 2000. Draven, GG, and D spend four hours reviewing Wrestlemania 2000, the sixteenth annual supercard from Anaheim! But as always we always give you more; such as: an over 15 minute bio on Chris Jericho, an analysis of the creative shift between the mysterious Chris Kreski and Vince Russo’s departure to WCW, the Radicalz jump from WCW, the birth of HUN TOR, WWE goes public, the addition of Smackdown, and A WHOLE LOT MORE! Celebrate the new millenium!!
Bombastic J and Bodacious G join the Emperor Big D as always…
Jim Cornette recently spoke with Steve and the Scum on WGD Weekly, talking about the launch of his new website, many of his current activities outside of the ring, his early days in the wrestling business and much more.
The interview with WGD Weekly can be heard in its entirety here:
On this edition of CAC Radio, David and Morgan welcome CAC member and 2007 CAC Honoree Cowboy Bob Kelly. Cowboy is also the President of the Gulf Coast Wrestlers Reunion. From Kentucky to Mobile Alabama sit back and find out how Cowboy got started and what the CAC and the GCWR means to him.
In a recent interview on WGD Weekly with Steve and the Scum, former WCW announcer Scott Hudson talked about a variety of topics spanning his time in the world of sports entertainment. Highlights from the interview, which can be heard in its entirety here:
Sports Illustrated online has posted an exclusive feature article on TNA President Dixie Carter! Titled “Welcome To Dixieland: A Look at Pro Wrestling’s Female Boss”, the piece looks at Dixie’s past, the rise of TNA Wrestling, the early years of the company, the success with SpikeTV, the future of TNA and so much more!
The boos get louder each time Dixie Carter steps out onto the stage, but in pro wrestling, that’s never a bad thing. After a decade of running Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), the No. 2 pro wrestling company in the world, Carter has learned that any reaction is a good reaction.
Welcome to OWW Radio! Each week hosts David (@dlb19338) and Alex (@AlexGoff84) will provide perspective to the WWE, TNA, and everything else making news in the world of professional wrestling. A new episode will be posted each week. This week Alex is joined by CZW star Shane Strickland.As Shane gets set to challenge Alex Colon for the CZW Wired TV championship at Cage of Death XV, they discuss his wrestling career, Combat Zone Wrestling, hardcore matches, Family Wrestling Entertainment, and much more!
Former TNA Gut Check contestant Taeler Hendrix spoke with Ringbelles.com. Here are some highlights from the interview.
Her appearing on TNA Gut Check: “It was all real – that was my real reaction, and nobody told me about Joey Ryan either [who hopped the railing and demanded another Gut Check after losing the previous one]… I was really mad at him because I didn’t know that was going to happen. He was ruining my moment – I didn’t know if I was going to be signed and this could be my last moment on television.”
Former WWE NXT star Kassius Ohno, previously and currently known as Chris Hero, posted the following on his Facebook about his release from the company:
“Maybe you’ve heard. Maybe you’ve not heard. Last Friday my contract with WWE was terminated. Man… Terminated sounds so harsh, right? To me, it conjures up images of post-apocalyptic wars with robots, machine guns and atomic bombs. No thank you. Merriam-Webster defines terminate as ‘to come to an end in time.’ Okay.. That’s a little less dramatic. I can handle that. For the last 21 months, I’ve lived in Florida as a part of WWE’s Developmental System. That time has now come to an end.
Since coming together in 2011 Cedric Alexander and Caprice Coleman have turned many heads and prove doubters wrongs. Cedric Alexander and Caprice Coleman have competed against some best tag teams in professional wrestling from The Briscoe Brothers, The Young Bucks, The Forever Hooligans, and reDRagons. After their first match as a tag team at Ring of Honor Tag Team Turmoil, they were defeated by the team of Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly.