Welcome to OWW Radio! Each week hosts David and Alex 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 is joined by a true legend in the wrestling business, WWE Hall of Famer “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka! Mr. Snuka recently released his autobiography, “Superfly: The Jimmy Snuka Story”, co-written with Jon Chattman. Check out this exclusive interview that details Mr. Snuka’s life and career inside and outside the ring!
Contact Mr. Snuka at www.JimmySuperflySnuka.com.
Listen to the episode here: http://www.clickwrestle.com/podcasts/owwradio
We are pleased to announce that WWE Hall of Famer “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka will be appearing on an upcoming edition of OWW Radio. The “Superfly” just released his autobiography and it is a really interesting look at his career, both in and out of the ring.
Here is a recent interview he did with Arda Ocal:
Known for his leopard print uniforms, hard partying lifestyle and signature “Superfly Splash,” Jimmy Snuka is a true WWE legend. At a time when the professional wrestling world was as untamed as the Wild West, Snuka re-wrote the rules and created a technique and persona that still lives on today.
Brew City Wrestling returns to the Knights of Columbus, 1800 S. 92 St in West Allis, WI on Saturday, December 8. Bell time is 7:30pm, doors open at 6:45pm and tickets are $15. We are doing a food drive for 4 local churches so everyone is encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item to help the less fortunate during the Holidays. Also, if your name begins with the letter E, G, H, M & R you get in for $5 with proof of ID.
Courtesy of WWE.com:
There are few contests in WWE that are more treacherous than those held within the confines of a steel cage. For more than 50 years, the steel cage was a domain where rivalries were put to rest, whether it was Bruno Sammartino battling his arch nemesis Ivan Koloff in 1975, or Magnum T.A.’s historic victory over Tully Blanchard in a Steel Cage “I Quit” Match in 1985, scores were settled definitively.