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Wrestle Talk Podcast – Shane, Stop It! Feat. Lee Montgomery, Billy Hills And Brady Lawrence Ep. 164

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Check out the latest episode from our friends at the Wrestle Talk Podcast With Joe & Renè, which features Special Guests Lee Montgomery (Cape Championship Wrestling), “Farmer” Billy Hills (Cape Championship Wrestling) and Brady Lawrence (Proving Ground Pro).

Also discussed is what’s wrong with Shane McMahon, Neville’s departure, The Shield’s reunion, Ultima Lucha 3 and other pro wrestling news/rumors. 

 

 

 

 

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http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wrestletalkpodcast/2017/10/12/shane-stop-it-feat-lee-montgomery-billy-hills-and-brady-lawrence-ep164

Wrestle Talk Podcast – Outlaws And Heroes feat. Mike Outlaw And Sean Vincent Ep. 163

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Check out the latest episode from our friends at Wrestle Talk Podcast With Joe & René, which features Special Guests Mike Outlaw (National Wrasslin’ League) and Sean Vincent.

Hailing from St. Louis, Missouri, Outlaw began his career coming up in the Dynamo Pro Dojo. Since then, he has competed for various North American promotions and over the course of four years, has wrestled many internationally recognized wrestlers upon the likes of “Unbreakable” Michael Elgin, Silas Young and Takaaki Watanabe. 

Vincent, a veteran also known as “The Canadian Hero,” came from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He debuted in 2000 in Gateway Championship Wrestling, where he split his time between wrestling and officiating. This past May, he won Southern Illinois Championship Wrestling’s Bruiser Brody Memorial Battle Royale and currently serves as the promotion’s ambassador. 

 

 

 

 

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http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wrestletalkpodcast/2017/10/05/outlaws-and-heros-feat-mike-outlaw-and-sean-vincent-ep-163

Wrestle Talk Podcast – Reffing it up Feat. Jay King and Nick Ridenhour Ep. 160

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Check out the latest episode from our friends at The Wrestle Talk Podcast With Joe & Rene, as they feature guests Referees Jay King and Nick Ridenhour. 

Topics discussed include The Big Show’s goodbye, WWE going live during the holidays, Enzo Amore on 205 Live, what’s up with Dolph Ziggler and Kenny Omega’s injury. 

 

 

 

 

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http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wrestletalkpodcast/2017/09/14/reffing-it-up-feat-jay-king-and-nick-ridenhour-ep160

Review – AJ Mendez Brooks – Crazy Is My Superpower

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By Nicholas Jason Lopez

 

With the Mae Young Classic Tournament here, it’s evidently the effect that women’s wrestling has now had on World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in recent years.

At one point endlessly endeavored as the “Bathroom Break Segment” where fans would evacuate their seats in drones for the concession stands, female talent (branded “Divas”) in the billion dollar company were more accentuated for their looks than wrestling abilities. That known, matches would last about four minutes to the most.

Even though some female pioneers like Trish Stratus and Lita served as an athletic alternative to the rampant eye candy, WWE still treated the majority of women as an undercard attraction, if at all. Valets in bras and panties. Nothing more.

Just before the “Women’s Revolution” graced us with its presence on NXT with the likes of Sasha Banks, Charlotte, Becky Lynch and Bayley, we had Paige, Kaitlyn and AJ Lee. Somewhere between the “PG Era” (shorter matches and irrelevant hosting gigs) and the “Revolution,” Paige/Kaitlyn/Lee also came up through developmental and scratched and clawed to steal the show.

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Manopera! Episode 47: SummerSlam 2017 Review

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Check out the latest episode of “Manopera: A Wrestling Symposium,” where PWO’s own Nick joins Hosts Chris Butera and “Spaceman” Frank for a discussion of all things SummerSlam 2017 – big matches, frustrating angles, shark cages and all the beach balls you can handle. 

 

 

 

 

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Wrestle Talk Podcast – Latin Flavor Feat. Chief Attakullakulla And Nick Lopez Ep. 152

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Check out the latest episode from friends at the Wrestle Talk Podcast with Joe & Rene, which features interviews with PWO’s own Nick and Chief Attakullakulla of Kansas City Xtreme Wrestling and IWA Puerto Rico!

 

 

 

 

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http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wrestletalkpodcast/2017/07/20/latin-flavor-feat-chief-attakullakulla-and-nick-lopez-ep152

PWO Exclusive: “Wind Of Destruction” Makaze Interview Pt. II

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Check out Part II of our interview with Dynamo Pro Wrestling’s “Wind Of Destruction” Makaze, as the 18-year veteran discusses his scariest moment out of the ring, stories on the road, his moniker significance, influences, what he’d like to see happen in mainstream/local wrestling and more!

 

 

 

 

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PWO Exclusive – “Wind Of Destruction” Makaze Interview Pt. I

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Check out Part I of our interview with Dynamo Pro Wrestling’s “Wind Of Destruction” Makaze, as he discusses being a trainer, “dream match” scenarios, his recent injury, the St. Louis wrestling scene and what’s left for him to do in his career!

Stay tuned for Pt. II coming soon!

 

 

 

 

 

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Review – Justin Roberts – Best Seat In The House: Your Backstage Pass Through My WWE Journey

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By Nicholas Jason Lopez

 

Off the top of most professional wrestling fans’ crafty craniums, one former World Wrestling Entertainment Ring Announcer named Justin Roberts was synonymous with sharp suits, short black hair and emphatic introductions. There was also that time he was choked with his own necktie by Daniel Bryan in the infamous 2010 Nexus debut angle that resulted in Bryan’s termination.

Roberts released a blog post not long after his termination that complained about WWE’s public image trickeries as they twisted stories around to come off as a kindhearted company whilst they simultaneously talked down to their own talent and overworked them with little time off and insane travel schedules.

The prime example of this was Connor “The Crusher” Michalek – a sick eight-year old boy Roberts noticed at ringside and helped bring joy with constant FaceTime conversations added with daily communication with his father Steve, who noted that his son had little time left.

WWE portrayed the relationship between Michalek and his favorite wrestler Bryan as close in video packages. The two had interacted a few times, but the close relationship was actually between Roberts and Michalek. We’ll get more into that later on, as we hoped for more details.

Also, just the idea of a ring announcer autobiography intrigued us. Roberts’ WWE tenure lasted from 2002 through 2014. In turn, he experienced various company “eras” and it was cool to finally get his full perspective.

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Wrestle Talk Podcast – Unbreakable Feat. ROH Star Michael Elgin & Brent Myers Ep. 140

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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. 

 

 

 

 

Link Below:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wrestletalkpodcast/2017/04/27/unbreakable-feat-roh-star-michael-elgin-brent-myers-ep-140