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Check out the latest episode from our friends at The Wrestle Talk Podcast With Joe & Réne, which features Guests Brandon Aarons (Dynamo Pro Wrestling) and Kevin Lee Davidson “KLD” (GloryPro).
As the first graduate of the Dynamo Pro Wrestling Dojo 10 years ago, Aarons has wrestled for many promotions throughout the United States. We will be discussing recent events in Dynamo Pro Wrestling, as well as the Dynamo Pro Wrestling event on Saturday, December 16th. At this event, Aarons teams with “Lights Out” Adrian Surge to take on “The Heartthrob” Jaden Roller and the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion “The Wind of Destruction” Makaze.
A St. Louis, Missouri native, Davidson trained for his professional wrestling debut under the guidance of “Unbreakable” Michael Elgin. Since making his professional wrestling debut in 2014, Davidson has competed for promotions all across the United States, including the Mid-Missouri Wrestling Alliance, Dynamo Pro Wrestling, World League Wrestling, Southern Illinois Championship Wrestling, the National Wrasslin’ League, Glory Pro Wrestling, 3XWrestling, Dreamwave Wrestling, IWA Mid-South, Anarchy Championship Wrestling, New York Wrestling Connection, & AAW – Pro Wrestling Redefined. Davidson has also competed internationally in Canada and in Europe. We will be discussing recent events as well as the Glory Pro Wrestling “One Year Anniversary” event, to be held on Sunday, February 18th at the Meridian Ballroom on the campus of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.
Topics discussed include “Woken” Matt Hardy, Rich Swann gets locked up and Mia Khalifa’s comments.
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Check out the latest episode from our friends at The Wrestle Talk Podcast With Joe & René, which features Special Guests National Wrasslin’ League St. Louis Champion Gary Jay and comedian/wrestling junkie Patrick Brandmeyer.
Hailing from St. Louis, Missouri, Jay began his professional wrestling journey in June 2003 under the tutelage of Adaw Raw, Jordan Lacey, Nick Tyson, and Dingo. Over the past fourteen years, Jay has competed in many of the most recognizable professional wrestling promotions in the United States, including St. Louis Anarchy, Glory Pro Wrestling, Metro Pro Wrestling, IWA Mid-South, Full Impact Pro, Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment, Absolute Intense Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Freedom, Anarchy Championship Wrestling, Inspire Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Zero1 USA, Pro Wrestling Revolver, Chikara Pro Wrestling, Beyond Wrestling, and Dragon Gate USA. Jay is the NWL St. Louis champion, the Pro Wrestling Freedom heavyweight champions, and one-half of the Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment tag team champions. Last weekend, representing Glory Pro Wrestling, Jay won the Scenic City Invitations trios tournament.
Regularly known for wearing his trademark Wayne’s World hat, Brandmeyer has been known as one of the most knowledgeable individuals regarding the St. Louis independent professional wrestling scene for over a decade. Brandmeyer is a walking encyclopedia of professional wrestling knowledge. Whether it is talking with fans about recent events, discussing events that happened years ago in any of the major St. Louis professional wrestling promotions, or stepping behind the microphone at High Risk Wrestling or Dynamo Pro Wrestling, Brandmeyer is the benchmark for professional wrestling historians in the St. Louis area.
Discussions include WWE Survivor Series 2017, Paige’s return, update on wrestling legend Kamala and much more!
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Check out the latest episode from our friends at the Wrestle Talk Podcast With Joe & Rene, which features Guests Brandon Aarons (Dynamo Pro Wrestling) and Ken Dixon (Primal Conflict Wrestling).
As the first graduate of the Dynamo Pro Wrestling Dojo 10 years ago, Aarons has wrestled for many promotions throughout the United States, including Pro Wrestling Epic, Southern Illinois Championship Wrestling, Mid-Missouri Wrestling Alliance, All American Pro Wrestling, Metro East Championship Wrestling, Gateway Elite Wrestling, IWA Mid-South, Dynamo Pro Wrestling, and the National Wrestling Alliance. He was also recognized in the 2011 PWI 500. In 2015, he was recognized as the “Sexiest Male Wrestler.” Over the course of his career, he has won many championships. Presently, he approaches the one year anniversary of winning the Dynamo Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship, defeating Mike Outlaw on November 26th, 2016. Since winning the Dynamo Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship, he has defended the championship in outside promotions throughout the Midwestern United States, including the Global Wrestling Federation, Proving Ground Pro, and Glory Pro Wrestling.
A native of Climax, Georgia, Dixon was trained for professional wrestling by Axl Rotten and Ronnie Zukko. He made his professional wrestling debut in 2013. Since then, he has wrestled for many professional wrestling promotions, including Maryland Championship Wrestling, Primal Conflict Wrestling, Keystone Pro Wrestling, WildKatPro Wrestling, World Xtreme Wrestling, World Wrestling Network, Full Impact Pro Wrestling, the National Wrestling Alliance, Combat Zone Wrestling, Global Force Wrestling and Ring of Honor Wrestling.
Also discussed on the show are AJ playing hooky, Ultima Lucha 3 and Double J fired from Impact!
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Check out the latest episode from our friends at the Wrestle Talk Podcast With Joe & Rene, which features interviews with “Ballistic” Brent Myers and “Unbreakable” Michael Elgin.
Since his 1997 debut, Myers has competed in many United States wrestling promotions and also has spent time in mixed martial arts. He has trained people in self-defense tactics with Ultimate Fighting Championship Hall Of Famer Dan “The Beast” Severn.
Elgin professionally debuted at age 16 and has competed in an array of well-known promotions including Ring Of Honor, Dynamo Pro Wrestling, Combat Zone Wrestling, IWA Mid-South and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. Over time, he has held Championships such as New Japan Pro-Wrestling’s NEVER Openweight Six-Man Tag Team Championship, PWG’s World Tag Team Championship and ROH’s World Championship. He also launched his own promotion, Glory Pro Wrestling, this past Feb.