WrestlingClassics.com Message Board Post New Topic  New Poll  Post A Reply
my profile | directory login | register | search | faq | forum home

  next oldest topic   next newest topic
» WrestlingClassics.com Message Board » Professional Wrestling & General Discussion 2010 - Current » 6:05 Superpodcast thead (Page 2)

 - UBBFriend: Email this page to someone!   This topic comprises 3 pages: 1  2  3   
Author Topic: 6:05 Superpodcast thead
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 24: House Of Gullen

 -

It’s time for one of the most anticipated episodes of the 6:05 Superpodcast to date! On this week’s show:

- Marc Gullen, the leader of the House Of Gullen, finally joins us for a conversation about his career in professional wrestling. We talk about his famed outdoor promos, Yomamba The Jungle Savage, Teijo Khan, teaming with Terry Garvin Simms as Beauty and the Beast, and many other topics. This interview it totally awesome!
- The final part of our discussion with Bobby Simmons, Georgia Championship Wrestling referee and office manager, talking about GCW’s “northern tours” to Ohio and Michigan, The Sheik’s role in the expansion, debunking the rumors about Tommy Rich’s NWA Title run, the truth about Jim Wilson, and more.

Plus Brian’s memories of Harry White, a classic Dennis Coralluzzo promo from Memphis as the Dennis Of The Week, the Superuniverse Top Ten, a Mike Lano update, all the usual nonsense and much more, including “Capitol Revolution: The Rise of the McMahon Wrestling Empire” by Tim Hornbaker as our Book of the Week.

Time Stamps:
Marc Gullen (0:59:05)
Bobby Simmons (2:39:37)

Available at http://bit.ly/1UACiYI & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 25: Goin’ To Rasslin’

 -

The 6:05 Superpodcast is back again for another week of classic wrestling fun, including:

- Brian and Bix’s review of “Lovestruck,” the documentary about Sue Chuter, or as 6:05 listeners would know her, Sue The Shooter.
- A “Dennis Of The Week” that continues our look at his 1992 run as Kamala’s manager in the USWA.
- An extended discussion about wrestling families, both real and fake.
- The second part of our conversation with John Arezzi, discussing his reporting of the WWF sex and steroid scandals on the early 1990’s, being on the panel of the notorious wrestling episode of Donahue, bringing Vince Russo into the wrestling business and forming a short lived partnership with him, promoting international tours under the IWAS banner and more.

Plus, we talk Glen Goza’s R-A-S-S-L-I-N song, a possible Wee Willie Wilson sighting, World Class commentators and much more, including CHOKEHOLD: Pro Wrestling’s Real Mayhem Outside the Ring by Jim Wilson and Weldon T. Johnson as our Book of the Week.

Time Stamps:
Dennis of the Week (1:09:02)
Wrestling Families (1:36:50)
John Arezzi (2:38:09)

Available at http://bit.ly/1OoyvqS & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 26: Cornette & Bolin

 -

Jim Cornette returns to the Mothership, as he joins The Great Brian Last & David Bixenspan for another fun classic wrestling conversation on the 6:05 Superpodcast! Topics include:

- Jim sitting in on the Superuniverse Top Ten
- A talk about the brutal 1984 shaving of Jim’s head in Mid South
- The craziest riot Jim was ever involved with
- How and why Jim and the Midnight Express ended up in World Class in 1985
- Gary Hart’s managerial work in 1989
- The time Dr. Mike Lano booked Jim to work for Universal in Japan without telling him
- Jim watching two matches with Brian & Bix – The Patriot vs. Koko Ware and Ken Patera vs. Judo Joe Black

All of that and much more! Plus, an added super feature:

Kenny “Starmaker” Bolin joins the program for the Dennis Of The Week. Kenny talks about his friendship with Dennis Coralluzzo and some of the stories of their escapades that have previously been told on the Superpodcast. Kenny also tells the amazing story of him, Dennis and “Huey Lewis” at TGI Fridays!

Time Stamps:
Dennis Of The Week (1:20:29)
Corny watches The Patriot & Judo Joe Black (2:11:44)

Available at http://bit.ly/1XBeeWn & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
Mr.Mo
Member
Member # 8573

Icon 1 posted      Profile for Mr.Mo     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
What's the deal with the Kenny Bolin weight bit an how much is legit ?
IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 27: The Kamala Family

 -

The Mothership has landed for another exciting week of the 6:05 Superpodcast. This week on the show, amongst other topics, Kenny Bolin joins The Great Brian Last & David Bixenspan to discuss:

- His teenage wrestling group the Kentuckiana Wrestling Association, where Jim Cornette made all the belts and Kenny won them
- The lengths Kenny went to in order to find wrestling on TV from all over the country
- Purchasing his first VCR and taping Jerry Lawler matches in a department store
- The urban legend of wiring a phone line to a TV and dialing up TV channels from anywhere
- The creator of the five star rating system, newsletter writer Norman “Weasel” Dooley
- How Kenny’s friendship with Jim Cornette started
- Going to McDonalds with Jerry Lawler the night he turned babyface
- Meeting Nick Gulas, working for him and the trouble getting paid

Also this week we have part two of our discussion about wrestling families, listener letters, The Dennis Of The Week, Boy Tony, Downtown Bruno & Tracy Smothers with the Homophobia Of The Week and much more! Plus, major updates on Santo Gold & Blood Circus, Glen Goza and an alternate version of RASSLIN’! A packed show!

Available at http://bit.ly/1TBglK6 & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by Mr.Mo:
What's the deal with the Kenny Bolin weight bit an how much is legit ?

From what I know, his current weight issues are legit and his is having surgery for it soon.
IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 28: Cherry Bombs In Toilets

 -

The only podcast on Turner Time, the 6:05 Superpodcast, is back with another packed episode! This week’s edition includes:

- A conversation with Bob Barnett, with him talking about seeing Rocca, Valentine & The Grahams as a kid, his lone childhood interaction with a young Vince McMahon, his multiple experiences seeing The Sheik live, John Tolos and wrestling at the Olympic Auditorium, Dr. Mike Lano’s escapade at Louie Spicolli’s funeral and much more!
- A talk with Jammie Ward, discussing how he got involved with tape trading and newsletter writing in the early 1980’s. We’ll talk about what the scene was like and how tape traders found each other.
- More on Glen Goza and his hit song RASSLIN’! We play an amazing botched lyric from a live performance and read a story about how Glen got involved with the Von Erich family.

Also, we cover the death notice for the Fake Stan Lane, The Superuniverse Top Ten & fantasy booking, 1-900 Hot Bruno, Listener follow ups, the Homophobia Of The Week and a special Dennis Of The Week where we ask for your help. All of that and much, much more!

Time Stamps:
Glen Goza updates (1:15:44)
Jammie Ward (1:41:27)
Bob Barnett (2:31:14)

Available at http://bit.ly/1UvHmM7 & iTunes & Stitcher

[ 06-02-2016, 07:31 AM: Message edited by: TGBL ]

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 29: Bulk Denim

 -

It’s time for another episode of the 6:05 Superpodcast, the MOTHERSHIP! Included in this week’s show:

- Part one of a conversation with longtime AWA producer Polish Joe Ciupik. We discuss a number of topics, including the Wrestlerock Rumble, Ray Stevens, AWA Superstars, talking with The Crusher, ESPN and, of course, working with Larry Nelson!
- We talk with John Arezzi about his experience taking photographs at ringside on the day that Muhammad Ali had his confrontation with Gorilla Monsoon in 1976.
- A discussion about the recently unearthed match between Wild Bull Curry and Johnny Valentine from 1969 in Houston.
- Longtime wrestling photographer & writer Don Laible shares a Dennis Coralluzzo story for the Dennis Of The Week.

Also, the Superuniverse Top Ten, follow ups, more on the 1993 Sam Muchnick roast, the homophobia of the week and much more!

Time Stamps:
Dennis of the Week (1:22:41)
Johnny Valentine vs. Bull Curry (1:28:39)
John Arezzi on Muhammad Ali vs. Gorilla Monsoon (2:09:42)
Polish Joe Ciupik (2:49:31)

Available at http://bit.ly/605ep29 & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
brawler2711
Member
Member # 26849

Icon 1 posted      Profile for brawler2711     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Larry Nelson fever!

--------------------
Sir Tojo: "I used Brut in the late '60's-early '70's. Used to splash it all over my crotch area after a shower--no joke.I used to get some funny reactions to that back in my early 20's. Fond memories."

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 30: Lady Of The Morning

 -

The Superpodcast is back for another exciting week of action. Topics this week include:

- Part Two of our talk with AWA producer Polish Joe Ciupik, discussing Wally Karbo, an infamous Midnight Rockers promo incident, his relationship with Verne Gagne, Superclash III, the Team Challenge Series, Eric Bischoff, the story of the AWA’s talks with WGN & Hulk Hogan and much more!
- A fun talk with Kurt Brown about Los Angeles wrestling in the early 1980’s. We hear stories about The Monster, Ox Baker & Enforcer Luciano, Gordman & Goliath, a locker room brawl between the Guerreros and Timothy Flowers and, of course, a Dr. Mike Lano story. Kurt also joins us earlier in the show to discuss the ugliness of Jerry Brown.
- For the Dennis Of The Week we are joined by former newsletter writer and tape trader Brian Tramel.
- The return of our popular “What if” segment with: What If Hulk Hogan hadn’t left the AWA?

Also, Bruce Hart in our Homophobia Of The Week, more on Wild Bull Curry, The Top Ten, listener fantasy booking, 6:05 signs at shows and much more!

Time Stamps:
Dennis Of The Week (1:44:23)
Kurt Brown (2:00:15)
What If? (2:38:23)
“Polish” Joe Ciupik part 2 (3:06:17)

Available at http://bit.ly/603ep30 & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 31: That’s Not My Dad

 -

Time for another trip on the Mothership, as the 6:05 Superpodcast is back! Join the best wrestling podcast on the planet for a jam packed show, including:

- Part Three of our conversation with Polish Joe Ciupik. The long time AWA producer tells us about when Jesse Ventura showed up at the AWA production studios while working for the WWF, the last days of the AWA, the contents of the AWA tape library and more!
- A talk with Bobby Fulton of The Fantastics about seeing Wild Bull Curry while growing up and later having the opportunity to wrestle him. Bobby also shares his memories of Gypsy Joe.
- On the topic of Gypsy Joe, Jim Cornette joins the show once again to add his thoughts. Jim also tells us a little about the wrestling history of the Cincinnati Gardens, which was recently sold and is due to be demolished.
- Brian Tramel is back for another Dennis Of The Week, sharing stories about Dennis Coralluzzo.

All of that plus an update on Jerry Brown’s confrontation with Bill Watts, more Wild Bull Curry stories, a Superuniverse Superpod Rumble rap and much more!

Time Stamps:
Superuniverse Top 10 (0:00:00)
Here and There (0:40:37)
Dennis Of The Week (1:08:55)
“Wild” Bull Curry stories (1:14:46)
Bobby Fulton (1:22:22)
Jim Cornette (1:58:42)
Polish Joe (2:45:55)

Available at http://bit.ly/28PiBsg & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 32: Medic!

 -

Time for another edition of the 6:05 Superpodcast, the best wrestling podcast on the planet! Hop aboard the Mothership again this week for a loaded episode featuring:

- An extensive interview with Richard Vicek, author of the recent Dick The Bruiser biography “Bruiser.” We cover every area of Bruiser’s career, from his early encounters with future wrestling greats to his rapid accession as one of wrestling’s biggest stars. We will talk about Bruiser’s success in Detroit, Chicago and Indianapolis, as well as his partnerships in the promotions that controlled those towns. If you grew up watching Dick The Bruiser, or are someone that has always wanted to know more about him, then you will love this segment.
- Jim Cornette joins us again to screen a classic IWA squash match with Rip Hawk vs. Billy Jackson. Jim also shares some stories of funny experiences the Midnight Express had with jobbers in the TBS days.
- The Superpod Rumble is back with some more rhymes. It is as great/awful as the first time we tried this.
- The Great Brian Last & Bix go over some listener suggestions for topics and “What If” segments.

All of that plus Brian Tramel back again for another Dennis Of The Week, The Superuniverse Top Ten, listener letters, follow ups and much more!

Time Stamps:
Superuniverse Top 10 (0:00:00)
Here and There (0:56:27)
Dennis Of The Week (1:19:48)
The Superpod Rumble (1:24:40)
Jim Cornette watches Rip Hawk vs. Billy Jackson (1:33:25)
Listener Questions (1:46:12)
Richard Vicek (2:28:27)

Available at http://bit.ly/605ep32 & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 33: Trans Euro Express

 -

Call Somebody! The Mothership has landed and the Superpodcast is back with another packed episode! Lots of great stuff on the program this week, including:

- Part one of our conversation with Donny Laible. Having done many things in and around professional wrestling, from being a photographer to being a manager, Donny shares stories of how he first got involved in the wrestling business and what the New York fan scene was like in the 1970’s. We also hear about the inner workings of the wrestling magazines and how well, or not well, they paid photographers. Donny also shares the tale of the frightening incident with an ECW wrestler that made him walk away from the wrestling world.
- We have the story of Dick The Bruiser’s son’s quest for a Liberace autograph. And when we say “Dick The Bruiser’s son” we mean a complete fraud pretending to be Dick The Bruiser’s son.
- Another dose of listener questions and “What If” suggestions.

Plus, The Top Ten descends into more mindless (or mindful) wrestling talk than usual, the history of Marc Gullen’s Superuniverse title rein and much more!

Time Stamps:
Top 10 (0:00:00)
Here and There (0:52:38)
Listener questions (1:21:04)
Book of the Week (2:13:11)
Don Laible (2:31:18)

Available at http://bit.ly/29y8flk & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
wickedmountain
Member
Member # 123793

Icon 1 posted      Profile for wickedmountain     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
This show is the best [Smile]
IP: Logged
Frozen
Member
Member # 10689

Icon 1 posted      Profile for Frozen     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by wickedmountain:
This show is the best [Smile]

Correct.

--------------------
"I was the first wrestler to come to the ring with music."

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 34: The Vacation Episode

 -

The 6:05 Superpodcast is back for a special episode, The Vacation Episode, as The Great Brian Last is on holiday in Hawaii. This episode was recorded over a week ago and features:

- TGBL & Bix go over the history of the Superuniverse. If you are new to the show, this is your chance to find out about the origins of each character.
- More listener topic and "What If" suggestions/requests.
- A conversation with Bob Barnett covering a wide range of topics, including his 1994 Eddie Gilbert shoot interview, the AAA/IWC and FMW lucha shows in Los Angeles in the early 1990's, his friendship with Vampiro and the time he successfully sued Dr. Mike Lano.
- Part two of our talk with Donny Laible. Donny talks about Killer Kowalski and two of his most famous trainees, Chyna & HHH. We also hear about his friendships with Eddie Gilbert, Big John Studd, Boyd Pierce & Fabulous Kangaroo Al Costello.

All of that and much more, so Call Somebody!

Time Stamps:

Superuniverse explained (0:00:00)
Listener questions (0:55:21)
Bob Barnett (1:28:13)
Book of the Week (2:33:23)
Don Laible (2:47:13)

Available at http://bit.ly/29KyOC1 & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 35: The Chain Gang

 -

Vacation is over and the Superpodcast is back for with a fresh new episode! This episode includes:

- A conversation with Richard Vicek, author of the book Bruiser, on the history of the Chicago Wrestling Club, which was run by Verne Gagne, Dick The Brusier & Wilbur Snyder. Richard supplies us with rare audio from some of the biggest stars to ever work in Chicago, including a young Bobby Heenan, Mad Dog Vachon, Dr. X, the Chain Gang and many more.
- The return of the Top Ten and the listener fantasy booking of Marc Gullen vs. Orgasmic Larry Nelson.
- More listener questions and “What If” suggestions. We talk about a number of topics, including Harley Race skipping Starcade ’83, the worst wrestling managers, Billy Jack Haynes and more!

Another packed show, so CALL SOMEBODY!

Time Stamps:
Superuniverse Top 10 (0:00:00)
Here and There (0:48:17)
Listener Questions (1:16:20)
Richard Vicek (2:18:41)

Available at http://bit.ly/2adRNUF & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 36: Sammy’s Fish Box

 -

The 6:05 Superpodcast is back with an all new episode! This week’s show contains:

- An announcement at the top of the episode about a change in the show moving forward.
- An extended Top Ten, with fun conversations going in a number of directions.
- A talk about the notorious tag team the California Hell’s Angels, Ron Dupree & Chris Colt, and their many exploits.
- The “What If” segment, talking about Terry Funk, Roddy Piper, Andy Kaufman, World Class and more.

Plus follow ups, more on bad managers, listener letters and much more! Call somebody!

Available at http://bit.ly/2a62NRU & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 37: Sheila The Shooter

 -

Time to hop aboard the Mothership once again with an all new episode of the 6:05 Superpodcast! This week, The Great Brian Last is joined by friend of the show Scott Cornish for a packed episode featuring:

– Part one of a conversation with Jeanie Clarke, author of this week’s Book Of The Week: Through The Shattered Glass. Jeanie talks about how she discovered wrestling and first met Chris Adams. We hear about her and Chris’ time in Los Angeles and Portland, her thoughts on Big Daddy, her relationship with Billy Jack Haynes, being Gino Hernandez’s neighbor and her memories of the day he died. We also hear about how Jeanie became involved in the famous feud with Chris & Toni Adams in Dallas after being paired with a rookie Steve Austin!

– Jim Cornette joins the show again to share his memories of “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, who passed away one year ago. Jim also tells the story of when Ole Anderson turned on Dusty Rhodes in a memorable cage match in the Omni in Atlanta, as he was there that day 36 years ago.

– The Dennis Of The Week, the Superpodcast’s weekly tribute to Dennis Coralluzzo, returns with former NWA Champion Dan “The Beast” Severn. Dan talks about his memories of Dennis, his run as champion, his thoughts on Brock Lesnar, Lou Thesz, Bruno Sammartino and much more!

Plus, we talk the Wrestling Hall Of Fame, Lanny Poffo’s ill-fitting tights, Mad Dog Vachon’s confrontation with the Japanese press, Santo Gold news, as well as an introduction to the sister of Sue The Shooter and so much more! Call Somebody!

Time Stamps:

– Superuniverse Top 10 (0:11:30)
– Sheila The Shooter (0:13:30)
– Jim Cornette (1:48:18)
– Dan Severn / Dennis Of the Week (2:18:16)
– Jeanie Clarke (2:43:40)

Available at http://bit.ly/2andmQz & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
brawler2711
Member
Member # 26849

Icon 1 posted      Profile for brawler2711     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Looking forward to the Jeanie Clarke interview.

--------------------
Sir Tojo: "I used Brut in the late '60's-early '70's. Used to splash it all over my crotch area after a shower--no joke.I used to get some funny reactions to that back in my early 20's. Fond memories."

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 38: Numero Uno

 -

The Superpodcast is back with another action packed episode, as The Great Brian Last is joined by Kurt Brown, California indie wrestling’s Vandal Drummond, for a fun wrestling talk. On this week’s show:

– Part two of our conversation with Jeanie Clarke, author of the new book “Through The Shattered Glass.” Jeanie talks about a number of topics, including the incident that ruined the relationship between Chris Adams & Steve Austin, her short run in WCW as Lady Blossom, what inspired Steve Austin’s 3:16 interview at King Of The Ring, how Vince McMahon treated her and much more.

– Dan Severn returns for another Dennis Of The Week segment. This week Dan talks about the rib that was played on one of Dennis’ young wrestlers, his locker room confrontation with Dory Funk, his match with Steven Regal and how he would like to see Dennis Coralluzzo remembered.

– TGBL & Kurt talk about a number of wild topics, including Chris Colt, Kurt’s memories of being in the Omni for the Ole Anderson turn on Dusty Rhodes in 1980, Mil Mascaras, Diamond Timothy Flowers, Mike Lano’s tall tales and more!

Time Stamps:

- Superuniverse Top Ten (0:09:30)
- Here And There (1:26:04)
- Dennis Of The Week with Dan Severn (2:01:07)
- Discussion (2:24:09)
- Jeanie Clarke (2:26:52)

Available at http://bit.ly/2aLzMKX & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 39: Pizza Or A Girl

 -

This week on the Superpodcast, The Great Brian Last is joined again by Scott Cornish for a packed show featuring:

- Part one of a discussion with Terry Garvin Simms. In this installment, Terry talks about his early days training in Bill Dundee’s wrestling school while being a hairdresser, his friendship with Marc Gullen, How the booking was handled in the Memphis territory, Sid Vicious’ anger, Billy Joe Travis’ craziness and much more, including some clues in the search for Yomamba!
- An interview with veteran broadcaster Rod Luck about his involvement with pro wresting. Rod wrestled Billy Robinson, refereed for the AWA and did a regular radio show in Philadelphia with WWF cooperation.
- Gorilla Monsoon on Rod Luck’s radio show from March 15, 1983. Gorilla takes calls and questions from the audience about a number of topics, including Flair vs. Backlund, Bruno Sammartino’s lawsuit and whether David Sammartino is being blackballed, Larry Zbyszko writing a book, Billy Graham’s age and much more!
- Various old school wrestling topics, including Smokey Mountain Fan Week, Scott meeting Dick The Bruiser, the hilarity of the Hogan/Andre Piper’s Pit, the Southwest manure angle, run-ins with Abdullah The Butcher and more!

Plus, The Superuniverse Top Ten and all the craziness that goes along with that, including a dip into the Lano files and the return of Sheila The Shooter.

Time Stamps:
Superuniverse Top Ten (0:01:26)
Fantasy Booking (0:48:26)
Here & There (0:54:19)
Dennis Of The Week (1:04:52)
Rod Luck (1:49:14)
Gorilla Monsoon on the radio (2:16:55)
Book Of The Week (2:51:36)
Terry Garvin Simms (3:06:12)

Available at http://bit.ly/2bpwQrO & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 40: Slugging Other Fans

 -

Discretionary listener participation is advised for the following Totally Awesome edition of the Superpodcast. The Great Brian Last is joined again this week by Kurt Brown for a fun show hitting on tons of topics, including:

- A conversation with Bertrand Hebert, Montreal wrestling historian and co-writer of the new Pat Patterson autobiography Accepted: How The First Gay Superstar Changed WWE. We talk about the process of working with Pat on this long awaited book and how Bertrand got the gig. Pat’s longtime relationship with his friend Louie is discussed, as well as why Mad Dog Vachon was so important to them. Bertrand explains why it was important for Pat to go on the record about various rumors, from his relationships with Sylvain Grenier & HHH to his 1992 resignation. This extended Book Of The Week segment will give you a great idea of how this book was put together.
- Jim Cornette joins the show again to discuss two squash matches that listeners have been asking about recently, one featuring the Skyscrapers and the other featuring the Midnight Express. Jim provides commentary for these matches, as well as insight about the Skyscrapers role in 1989 NWA and how enhancement talent would find their ways onto shows.
- This week’s Top Ten is the longest in show history, as TGBL & Kurt get lost in various topics including going to shows with Dave Meltzer, Misawa vs. Tsuruta, Brian punching out another fan, Eric Embry, The Hollywood Blondes babysitting Dr. Jerry Graham, Dave Meltzer hiding from Curt Hennig and much much more!

Plus, old newspaper articles, new sound drops, talk about the passing of Scott Williams and the importance of wrestling historians, a Hangman update and more!

Time Stamps:
– Top Ten (0:02:42)
– Fantasy Booking (1:40:12)
– Here and There (1:47:46)
– Jim Cornette (2:30:31)
– Book Of The Week with Bertrand Hebert (2:55:07)

Available at http://bit.ly/2c9EFE8 & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
JustCallBR459
Member
Member # 127385

Icon 1 posted      Profile for JustCallBR459     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Cracked me up when Jim Cornette says the stinky job guy looked like "one of those things you fill with sand."
IP: Logged
UK Wildcat
Member
Member # 58261

Icon 1 posted      Profile for UK Wildcat         Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Who is the guy that does the fun artwork?! 😉

Seriously, check out this podcast. I know personally how much Brian puts into this to make it Totally Awesome

IP: Logged
Grobbit
Member
Member # 80932

Icon 1 posted      Profile for Grobbit     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Been a listener since day 1. Have to say, I enjoy the show a lot more now Bix has gone, god was he annoying.

--------------------
"If I hit him with the left hand and he's still standing, I will walk around him to see whats holding him up." - Harley Race

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 41: Conversation Over

 -

The Superpodcast is back with a wild episode, as The Great Brian Last and this week’s co-host Tom Robinson have a few beers and let loose for some fun classic wrestling talk. This week’s show features:

– Part two of our talk with Terry Garvin Simms. This time we discuss Terry’s time working in Dallas for World Class & the USWA. Terry shares his thoughts on Eric Embry as a booker, Chris Adams inside and outside the ring and Gary Hart & his razor blade. Stories about the hijinks of Buddy Roberts are certain to entertain. We also hear about Terry’s friendship with the Von Erichs, including the last conversation he had with Kerry the day before he took his own life.
– TGBL & Tom discuss many topics, in the midst of the Top Ten and during the rest of the show, including Jim Ross’ bad impressions, Jim Neidhart’s destruction of cameras, Bobby Fulton’s least favorite word, Derek Domino’s teenage run-in during a live Piper’s Pit, Buddy Landel, Joel Goodheart, Terry Funk, as well as Tom’s recent unpleasant confrontation with Ric Flair.

Plus, audio of Dennis Coralluzzo & Dr. Mike Lano for the Dennis Of The Week, Tom’s many great voices, the graduates of Robinsdale High School, some clever fantasy booking and much more! Call Somebody!

Time Stamps:
– Top Ten (0:03:24)
– Fantasy Booking (1:27:28)
– Here and There (1:40:54)
– Dennis Of The Week (2:19:44)
– Book Of The Week (2:27:49)
– Terry Garvin Simms (2:33:32)

Available at http://bit.ly/2bUoFWb & iTunes

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 42: Cornette The Co-host

 -

Jim Cornette is back again, this time as co-host, joining The Great Brian Last for a ride on the Mothership! Tons of classic wrestling talk & craziness on this episode, including:

- An extensive talk with Peter Birkholz, longtime commentator and promoter for Houston wrestling. This fascinating discussion covers the biggest names to wrestle in Houston, from Whiskers Savage to Wild Bull Curry, from Gino Hernandez to the Junkyard Dog. Plus, Peter shares the inside stories of Houston’s dealings with the NWA, the Dallas booking office, Southwest Championship Wrestling, Mid South Wrestling and Vince McMahon. Peter also talks about his uncle, famed wrestling promoter Paul Boesch.
- A wild Top Ten, hitting on everything from Capital Combat ’90: The Return Of Robocop to The Hangman’s IMDB page. Other topics include Gordon Scozzari’s 1991 AWF taping, the time Ole Anderson wanted Jim to run around the ring with a pumpkin on his head, Dr. Mike Lano’s writing, if Lex Luger should have won the world title at Wrestle War ’90 and much more!
- TGBL & Jim do a new reading of the story that launched Sue The Shooter, Confessions Of A Ring Rat!
- A discussion about some of the remaining Holy Grails of wrestling footage.

All of that and much more, so CALL SOMEBODY!
Time Stamps:

– Top Ten (0:07:17)
– Fantasy Booking (1:25:27)
– Here and There (1:35:50)
– Dennis Of The Week (1:52:11)
– Book Of The Week (2:08:12)
– Peter Birkholz (2:15:25)

Available at http://bit.ly/2ck2FEm & iTunes & Stitcher

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 43: Room Number 413

 -

The Mothership has landed and another week of the 6:05 Superpodcast is at hand! This week, The Great Brian Last is joined again by Scott Cornish in the co-host chair for a packed show, featuring:

- Part three of our conversation with Terry Garvin Simms. In this final installment of our talk, Terry talks about his days working for the Global Wrestling Federation, discussing everything from Eddie Gilbert’s booking to potential investors. Terry explains why he dropped the Garvin name, why Scott Putski had heat in the locker room, what it was like to work with Gypsy Joe and work for FMW and much more! Plus, Terry gives his thoughts on a frequent question here on the Superpodcast: Who are the Slip House Boys?

- After last week’s reading of Confessions Of A Ring Rat, former Smoky Mountain champion Bobby Blaze checks in during the Top Ten to confirm or deny his alleged sexual relations with Sue The Shooter, as mentioned in the article.

- Listeners of the Superpodcast play 6:05 trivia to win copies of the new Pat Patterson (with Bertrand Hebert) autobiography Accepted.

- The Top Ten, as usual, touches on numerous topics, including Herb Abrams, ECW, midget wrestling, Impressionist Jim Ross and more! Plus, we talk Mighty Joe Thunder, Vince McMahon on Victory Corner, Brian Hildebrand, The Hangman and tons more!

CALL SOMEBODY!

Time Stamps:
– Top Ten (0:02:53)
– Fantasy Booking (1:21:46)
– Here and There (1:32:11)
– Show Trivia (2:14:33)
– Terry Garvin Simms (3:02:31)

Available at http://bit.ly/2cgJVU4 & iTunes & Everywhere Else

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 44: Speed Bump

 -

The one and only Mothership has touched down again for another jam packed episode of the Superpodcast! Joining The Great Brian Last this week in the co-host chair is John McAdam. Featured this week:

- Part three of our talk with Richard Vicek about the history of the Chicago Wrestling Club. We listen to and discuss rare audio, including interviews from Bill Watts, Ray Stevens, a young Dusty Rhodes, Larry Hennig and more!

- We pay tribute to the late Don Bass, who just recently passed away. Jim Cornette joins the show again to discuss his memories of working with Don. Also, Don’s longtime tag team partner and friend Roger Smith (The Assassin, Dirty Rhodes) discusses Don’s recent battle with cancer and shares some warm memories of his fallen friend.

- John Arezzi tells us about the secret to getting ringside tickets to Madison Square Garden in the 1970’s, as well as the fan scene around the Garden. We also hear a humorous story of John’s night out with Andre The Giant & Mr. Fuji.

- The Top Ten touches on many topics this week, as TGBL & John talk about Gino Hernandez & Chris Adams, Rick Steamboat’s family man run, wether Larry Zbyszko could have had a strong run against Bob Backlund, the lack of charisma of Al Madril & Brian Adias, Paul Heyman’s late night hotel shenanigans, Andre The Giant’s hair cut and more. Also, Jim Cornette watches Mighty Joe Thunder!

All of that plus the Giant Leprechaun, John’s near fight with Vince Russo, Dennis Of The Week and much more!

Time Stamps:
- Superuniverse Top 10 (0:02:52)
- Fantasy Booking (1:24:38)
- Here & There (1:31:59)
- John Arezzi on MSG (1:52:21)
- Jim Cornette on Don Bass (2:12:02)
- Roger Smith on Don Bass (2:18:41)
- Richard Vicek on Chicago Wrestling (2:42:45)

Available at http://bit.ly/2cZui0D& iTunes & Everywhere Else!

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 45: Marriott Parking Lot

 -

The MOTHERSHIP is back again for another action packed week of the 6:05 Superpodcast! Kurt Brown is back in the co-host chair this week, joining The Great Brian Last on this episode, which features:

- A talk with Les Thatcher about his start in the business with Tony Santos’ promotion in Boston. Les discusses living and working with Pat Patterson, Ron Dupree and Terry Garvin, why the Santos promotion had no TV, the workers back then versus the performers today, Jack Pfefer’s relationship with Santos and much more!

- A conversation with wrestling historian Tom Burke about his friend, and one of wrestling’s most misunderstood characters, Chris Colt. Colt has been a popular subject on the Superpodcast and Tom sheds light on what made him tick.

- An interview with filmmaker Jeff Krulik, of Heavy Metal Parking Lot fame, about his 1994 film Mr. Blassie Goes To Washington.

- Amy Lee joins the show for the Dennis Of The Week, our weekly tribute to promoter Dennis Coralluzzo. Amongst other stories, Amy talks about her legendary parking lot fight with Dennis.

- The Top Ten, as usual, goes in a million directions, covering Titanes En El Ring, Slammers and Verne Langdon, Tony Rocco and Widman Jack Armstrong, the fake Apache Bull Ramos, Japanese wrestler misspellings & wrestler nicknames in the Observer, Wild Bull Currry, The Antichrist, Captain Lou Albano’s promo for Mike Lano’s tv show, Longmont Potion Castle and much more!

CALL SOMEBODY!

Time Stamps:
- Superuniverse Top 10 (0:08:02)
- Fantasy Booking (1:31:13)
- Here & There (1:36:06)
- Dennis Of The Week with Amy Lee (1:43:21)
- Tom Burke on Chris Colt (2:08:12)
- Jeff Krulik on Mr. Blassie Goes To Washington (2:46:44)
- Les Thatcher on starting out in Boston (3:07:38)

Available at http://bit.ly/2cPITyK & iTunes & Everywhere Else!

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 46: Under The Bleachers

 -

It’s a special edition of the 6:05 Superpodcast, as The Great Brian Last is tired and cranky and co-host Tom Robinson is under the weather. This week’s installment of the MOTHERSHIP features:

- Jim Cornette sharing his memories and thoughts about Chris Colt, as well as watching the Chris Colt Experience in action while supplying commentary.

- Les Thatcher talking about some of the earliest examples of merchandising in modern professional wrestling. Les lets us know about his tee shirt company with the Brisco Brothers and Thunderbolt Patterson, as well as his work producing magazines for Mid Atlantic and the WWWF. Les also talks about the development of his Personality Profile segments for Southeastern Wrestling and his flirtation with joining the WWF in 1985.

- Dan Farren, longtime California wrestling referee, tells us all about the one time he worked for Herb Abrams and the UWF and why it wasn’t a great experience.

- Amy Lee joins the show again for the Dennis Of The Week, this time talking about the many Northeast wrestlers who Dennis Coralluzzo gave breaks to in the wrestling business.

- The conversation with TGBL and TR touches on many topics, including gymnastics, Tom’s recent run ins with Bobby Fulton and Terry Funk, TGBL’s teenage attempt at a Terry Funk record book, Tommy Rich, JW Storm, Bubba Ray Dudley, Taz, David Crockett, Mike Lano on the radio, Lou Albano’s PSA, Jim Ross and much more!

CALL SOMEBODY!

• Superuniverse Top 10 (0:12:26)
• Fantasy Booking (1:07:19)
• Here & There (1:16:037)
• Talking with Tom (1:29:56)
• Dan Farren on Herb Abrams (1:54:27)
• Jim Cornette on Chris Colt (2:07:06)
• Dennis Of The Week with Amy Lee (2:32:07)
• Les Thatcher (3:09:21)

Available at http://bit.ly/2dOwDwN & iTunes & Everywhere Else!

IP: Logged
MoneyDragon
Member
Member # 4646

Icon 1 posted      Profile for MoneyDragon     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Best wrestling podcast on the planet

--------------------
free

IP: Logged
Arnold_OldSchool
Member
Member # 5489

Icon 1 posted      Profile for Arnold_OldSchool     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Love the show but wish Brian would have stuck with his early proclamation that the podcast would not run longer than the show it is named after.

In a world of a million wrestling podcasts I am horribly behind on 605's content.

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 47: Only The Day Of

 -

The Superpodcast is back! The Great Brian Last is joined by Scott Cornish in the co-host chair for this week’s show, which features:

- Wrestling Historian Tom Burke talking about Wild Bull Curry. Tom didn’t just study Bull Curry’s career, he was also friends with the wild man and talks about a number of topics, from Curry’s relationship to The Sheik to his feelings on working in Houston.

- Filmmaker Jeff Krulik joins the show again to talk about Santo Gold & the wrestling film Blood Circus. Few have seen the film, but Jeff has information about it, as well as the famed Santo Gold auction infomercial.

- Amy Lee is back for the final part of her Dennis Of The Week. Amy talks about a second fight she had with Dennis Coralluzzo, this time in a hotel room in front of Tommy Rich and Doug Gilbert. She also shares some humorous stories and her thoughts on how Dennis should be remembered.

- After last week’s controversial statements regarding the mortality of J.W. Storm, Tom Robinson calls in to discuss last week’s appearance and hear some news on the man who took his girlfriend to the Red Roof Inn.

- TGBL & Scott talk about numerous topics, including Bruno Sammartino’s wig, the midget Top Ten, DDP Yoga, Lou Albano on the Uncle Floyd Show, Dull wrestling authority figures, Greg Valentine, Fat Frank at Show World and much more. Also, Impressionist Jim Ross joins the show again during the Top Ten!

CALL SOMEBODY!

Time Stamps:
• Superuniverse Top Ten (0:06:10)
• Fantasy Booking (1:11:50)
• Here & There (1:19:20)
• Tom Robinson on J.W. Storm (1:20:24)
• Dennis Of The Week with Amy Lee (2:02:07)
• Jeff Krulik on Santo Gold's Blood Circus (2:24:15)
• Tom Burke on Wild Bull Curry (2:48:22)

Available at http://bit.ly/2dbtkTM & iTunes & Podcast Addict

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 48: Old Lady

 -

CALL SOMEBODY! The Superpodcast returns for another packed show combining the best in wrestling history and humor! Join The Great Brian Last and this week’s co-host chair Bob Barnett for a wild show, featuring:

- What happens when Dennis Coralluzzo misdials Jim Cornette and gets an angry old lady? You’ll find out this week with the airing of the notorious Old Lady prank phone calls from the mid-1990’s.

- California superman Roy Lucier joins the show to talk about the South California lucha scene of the early 1990’s, including the famed incident when he was kicked out of the biggest lucha show in U.S. history before the event even started after he almost caused a riot.

- Allan Blackstock talks with TGBL about the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall Of Fame class of 2016, after both recently received their ballots and became voters. Allan will also explain why, in his opinion, Big Daddy is a clear cut Hall of Famer.

- After last week’s tale of Diamond Dallas Page’s escapades at an Upstate New York indie show, referee Jonathan Ashe tells us exactly what happened that day from his perspective.

- TGBL & Bob talk about a wide range of topics, including Buddy Rose’s paranoia, The Sheik vs. The Jewish Heavyweight Champion, Mark Lewin, Akira Taue, Ricki Starr, Bob’s first observations of Los Angeles wrestling, Dr. Mike Lano, Verne Gagne, John Tolos, Superstar Billy Graham, Los Angeles studio wrestling, Dick Lane, the death of Gino Hernandez, Eddie Gilbert, Bob’s trips to Mexico, Arnold Skaaland, Johnny Valentine, Island & Sunnyside Gardens, Bruno Sammartino & Killer Kowalski’s wigs and much more! Plus, appearances by Impressionist Jim Ross & Stuttering Tommy Rich!

Time Stamps:
Superuniverse Top Ten (0:01:48)
Fantasy Booking (1:39:07)
Jonathan Ashe on DDP at 2CW (2:04:51)
Roy Lucier on 1990’s California Lucha (2:18:52)
Dennis Of The Week with Old Lady prank calls (2:41:53)
Allan Blackstock on the Wrestling Observer Hall Of Fame (3:02:13)

Available at http://bit.ly/2edX3uu & iTunes & Podcast Addict!

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 49: Stunt Granny

 -

Your weekly fix of the Superpodcast has arrived! Popular co-host Tom Robinson is back in the co-host chair this week, joining The Great Brian Last, for another fun trip on the Mothership! This week’s show features:

- An extensive interview with Colt Toombs, the son of Roddy Piper. Colt and his sister Ariel’s book on their father, “Rowdy,” was recently published and is our Book Of The Week. Colt talks about the process of putting this book together and tracing his father’s story, as well as what Roddy’s intentions were when he started putting this book together. This fun talk illuminates a Roddy Piper that fans never got to know and explains the origins of the rowdy one!

- Classic audio from October 18, 1983 of Captain Lou Albano and Fred Blassie on Rod Luck’s radio show in Philadelphia. This show, recorded the day after the famous Jimmy Snuka cage match with Don Muraco and less than a week after the passing of the Grand Wizard, is a fascinating time capsule to the period right before the WWF would aggressively compete against the rest of the wrestling industry. Callers ask about Hulk Hogan, Crusher Verdu, Ric Flair, the status of the WWF Championship in the magazines and more!

- Dan Farren joins the show again to discuss his appearance as the masked referee on the infamous television special Exposed: Pro Wrestling’s Greatest Secrets.

- As discussed on last week’s show, we get to hear John Tolos interviews from 1970 in Los Angeles. These interviews, which were taped off TV for Bob Barnett, are the only example of Tolos’ amazing work during this period of his career. Tolos discusses upcoming matches with Fred Blassie, Mil Mascaras and Man Mountain Mike.

- TGBL & TR talk about a multitude of topics, including Tony Schiavone, Bruno Sammartino, notorious fans, Justin Liger, Halloween Havoc 1992, Dave Brown, Tom’s hatred of Tony Garea and night out with the Clique and much more! Plus appearances from Impressionist Jim Ross & Stuttering Tommy Rich! CALL SOMEBODY!

Time Stamps:

• Superuniverse Top Ten (0:16:11)
• Fantasy Booking (1:35:56)
• Here and There (1:53:27)
• Dan Farren on Pro Wrestling's Greatest Secrets TV special (2:01:46)
• John Tolos audio (2:09:22)
• Lou Albano & Fred Blassie on Philadelphia Radio (2:22:11)
• Colt Toombs on Roddy Piper book "Rowdy" (3:13:15)

Available at http://bit.ly/2dYFoDf & iTunes & Podcast Addict!

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 50: The Doctors

 -

The MOTHERSHIP has landed and another highly sought after episode of the Superpodcast is here! Kurt Brown, aka Vandal Drummond, takes his seat in the co-host chair again to join The Great Brian Last on another journey into a classic wrestling state of euphoria. This week’s show features:

- An extensive interview with Dr. Tom Prichard, covering his days as a fan and his earliest days in the wrestling business. We talk about the differences between West Texas wrestling and Houston wrestling, Wild Bull Curry, working in the Houston office as a teenager, training with the Iron Sheik, Gino Hernandez and much more! Also, Tom shares his memories of working in Los Angeles, Portland and Atlanta, as well as his thoughts on working with Chris Colt. This interview is one of the best in Superpodcast history!

- Sheldon Goldberg joins the show for the Dennis Of The Week, paying tribute to his friend Dennis Coralluzzo. Sheldon talks about how important Dennis was to the progression of independent wrestling and what he meant to the 1990’s independent wrestling scene. We also hear about what the Massachusetts indie scene was like. This is a really fun conversation that sheds light on the often ignored history of independent wrestling.

- Part two of our John Tolos audio, this time featuring interviews from June of 1971 dealing with Tolos’ feuds with Mil Mascaras and Fred Blassie.

- As usual, the Top Ten turns into a series of wide ranging conversations, as TGBL & Kurt discuss topics such as All Japan Women’s Pro Wrestling, The Bionic Wrestler Lars Anderson, Dick Lane, Los Angeles studio wrestling, Rex Arnold, the Los Angeles independent scene of the early 1980’s and much more! Kurt also shares some amazing stories about Dr. Jerry Graham! The Top Ten also features Sheldon Goldberg’s stories about Mike Lano, and appearances by Stuttering Tommy Rich and the Impressionist Jim Ross!

CALL SOMEBODY!

Time Stamps:

- Superuniverse Top Ten (0:17:54)
- Fantasy Booking (2:09:30)
- Here and There (2:16:00)
- John Tolos audio (2:30:09)
- Dennis Of The Week with Sheldon Goldberg (2:37:39)
- Dr. Tom Prichard (3:03:12)

Available at http://bit.ly/2fQS2cW & iTunes & Podcast Addict!

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 51: Talk To The Promoter

 -

The Superpodcast returns with another pier sixer of an episode, as The Great Brian Last is joined by former Smoky Mountain champion Bobby Blaze in the co-host chair. This week’s episode features:

- An extensive conversation with Bobby Fulton. Bobby talks about working in Stampede and how his look changed after an injury in a riot. Bobby shares his observations and memories of the 1983 Jerry Lawler/Lance Russell split from Jerry Jarrett that almost happened. We hear about his teaming with Terry Taylor as the Fantastic Ones in Chattanooga, what Junkyard Dog told the locker room in Mid South before he left for the WWF, how the Fantastics quit WCW and much more!

- TGBL & Bobby Blaze discuss Bobby’s career, including his training by the Malenkos, his time around Karl Gotch, his friendship with Sean Waltman, his escape from South Africa with help from the United States Embassy, growing up watching Memphis & ICW, beating Jerry Lawler for the SMW championship and more. Plus we hear talk about wrestling mimes, shoot backdrops, pretend wrestlers and more!

- We have part three of our look at classic John Tolos audio from 1971, during his famed heel run in Los Angeles.

- Stuttering Tommy Rich and Impressionist Jim Ross raise the stakes in their feud!

This is the longest episode in Superpodcast history, so CALL SOMEBODY!

Time Stamps:

- Superuniverse Top Ten (0:07:18)
- Fantasy Booking (2:39:27)
- Here and There (2:45:34)
- John Tolos audio (2:56:54)
- Bobby Fulton (3:15:22)

Available at http://bit.ly/2fob0GW & iTunes & Podcast Addict!

IP: Logged
TGBL
Member
Member # 120625

Icon 1 posted      Profile for TGBL     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Episode 52: The Invulnerable Head

 -

The Mothership has touched down once again and the 6:05 is here for another episode of classic wrestling conversations & excitement! The Great Brian Last is joined this week by Travis Heckel, the Superpodcast’s art director, for a packed show, featuring:

- A conversation with Adrian Street, whose album “Shake Wrestle ’N’ Roll” was recently reissued by Burger Records to celebrate it’s 30th anniversary. Adrian discusses the backstory on how he started making records and the impact he had on Glam Rock in England. We also will hear about the origins of Adrian’s Exotic gimmick, his opinion of Bill Dundee & Dusty Rhodes as bookers, Adrian’s thoughts on Big Daddy’s impact on British wrestling and much more!

- Jim Cornette joins the show again to provide commentaries and insights for three matches - Chris Colt vs. Thunderbolt Patterson, Moondog Mayne vs. Roddy Piper and La Momia vs. El Androide!

- Bobby Fulton talks about his memories of spending time with Dr. Jerry Graham and having the good doctor stay at his house when he was a teenager!

- The final installment of our classic 1971 audio of John Tolos as the top heel in Los Angeles!

- TGBL & Travis discuss many topics during the Top Ten, mostly centered around Memphis Wrestling!

Plus, Stuttering Tommy Rich, Impressionist Jim Ross, discussion of the movie Grunt, a message from The Hangman and much more!

CALL SOMEBODY!

Time Stamps:
• Superuniverse Top Ten (0:12:17)
• Fantasy Booking (1:32:05)
• Here and There (1:40:20)
• Bobby Fulton on Dr. Jerry Graham (1:48:33)
• John Tolos audio (2:08:31)
• Jim Cornette match commentaries (2:18:07)
• Adrian Street (2:51:54)

Available at http://bit.ly/2fAfLKv & iTunes & Podcast Addict!

IP: Logged
  This topic comprises 3 pages: 1  2  3   

Quick Reply
Message:

HTML is enabled.
UBB Code is enabled.

Instant Graemlins
   


Post New Topic  New Poll  Post A Reply Close Topic   Feature Topic   Move Topic   Delete Topic next oldest topic   next newest topic
 - Printer-friendly view of this topic
Hop To:


Contact Us | WrestlingClassics.com Home Page

Click here to see the WCMB Rules and Regulations

Powered by UBB.classic™ 6.7.3