Wrestlemania 30 for 30 talks of the show that saved the WWF – Wrestlemania XIV from 1998 – the show that began the Attitude Era! We review the entire show in GRAPHIC DETAIL, plus spend a considerable amount of time talking about the history and importance of Mike Tyson, the Monday Night War and WCW’s biggest PPV ever, a brief look at the Montreal Screwjob, AND we talk about the Raw the NIGHT AFTER MANIA – the greatest reset show in the history of the business. In depth bios on all your favorites including the ROCK N ROLL EXPRESS, the return of the NWA in 1998, LOD 2000, Foley and Funk, and SO MUCH MORE ITS UNCONTROLLABLE!
Bombastic J and Bodacious G join the Emperor Big D as always…
JEFF HARDYtalks BFG, new album, social media and more, TAZ and TENAY have the strangest baseball names ever, and Its Kazarian vs Pat “Simon Diamond” Kenney in the return of Rock n’ Roll Trivia! Plus an Christy Hemme and JB review IMPACT, and in an exclusive, JB comes clean on being bitten by a stingray in a very embarrassing place.
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 David and Alex chat about Battlegrond, CM Punk, Brie Bella, AJ Styles, Ring of Honor, “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, and much more!
Ring of Honor CEO Joe Koff joined The Greg DeMarco Show to discuss the promotion’s free iPPV stream of Death Before Dishonor through GFL.
Ring of Honor’s iPPV history and their prior decision to discontinue with that medium: “The Internet Pay Per Views have very much been a part of presenting our product to a wider audience. We began our relationship with Go Fight Live…they’re a tremendous vendor and I’m not even sure that it’s entirely then or us. You’re dealing with a technology that’s very difficult…it’s an inexact science. … it’s an expectation of the fans that they get a complete program without incident. … It became a situation where I decided that I’d rather present a clean program even if it was a little delayed or on demand, then go through this where the fan is not enjoying the experience with Ring of Honor.”
The pioneers of wrestling on the internet! Join us for this roundtable discussion with guests Bob Ryder, Bill Banks and Dave Lagana! This is an all-out history lesson on how wrestling’s presence on the internet has evolved, and where it is going!
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 one of the show’s favorite guests, Todd Martin of the Wrestling Observer and LA Times. Alex and Todd cover all of the recent MMA action, plus the current state of the WWE and TNA. Don’t miss this entertaining interview!
Anthony ‘Professor’ Pires is back with his 3rd Podcast here on ProSportsFix.com! In this edition Anthony has reviewed WWF WrestleMania 2! The Professor talks about the matches and the background on the matches and more! Check it out!
Wrestlemania 30 for 30 begins its stroll through the pro wrestling boom period as we talk one of the most important shows in the history of the entire WWF, crucial to its survival – Wrestlemania 13: Heat. We’ll review the entire show top to bottom, talk about the rise of Steve Austin, talk about the height of the Monday Night War, 1997 Royal Rumble, the greatest double turn EVER, and LOTS of talk about the AWESOMENESS of Monday Night Raw in 1997 – ECW, major production changes, shoot promos, DRUNK Shawn Michaels, Vinnie Mac wackiness, and MUCH MORE!
Hosts Jack E. Jones and One Inch Biceps welcomed Scotty Campbell to IYH Wrestling Radio. Scotty was the winning bidder for a Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund fundraising auction and accompanied the tag team Tons of Funk to the ring on the June 24th, 2013 episode of Monday Night RAW.
Highlights included the following:
Who was involved in the planning for his segment on RAW? “The agent and producer for my little part of the show was Mike Rotunda…He basically says, ‘Hey, talk to Sweet T; he’s the choreographer basically.’…Doesn’t that seem like what you would not expect to hear? That Sweet T, Prince Albert, the A Train is the choreographer. But yeah, he was going over moves with me and Brodus, and the Funkadactyls were there…it’s about an hour before the venue opens to the public…we’re going through a few moves…So the music hits and we do a quick rehearsal…I looked at my video in the production truck and I was not animated enough and did not appear happy enough…so I had to loosen up and have fun with it.”