Marc Charles is joined in studio by 3 legends of wrestling in the Florida territories, Joe Malenko, Bob Cook & Jay Goodley. These legends tell stories about the days of the territories and give thoughts on the current product Indy promotions are producing. You can meet all of your favorite CWF Legends at the Fan Fest Saturday, June 3rd at the American Legion Post 147 in Odessa, FL. Doors at 2:30pm.
Marc Charles & Alan Wojcik look back on the senseless accidental death of Owen Hart, which happened during a live WWF PPV event in 1999. Owen fell to his death from the rafters, after attempting a planned stunt, repelling from the rafters down to the ring. Featuring audio of Bret Hart telling one of the best ribs (practical jokes) Owen ever pulled on anyone, his own father Stu Hart. Marc & Alan look back at the legacy of Owen Hart, and all the fond memories Owen left us.
CM Punk has once again found himself outside of his element of Pro Wrestling in an MTV reality show, The Challenge. After losing a challenge Punk tried to be a gracious loser, only to be attacked by Johnny Bananas, an MTV Reality Show star. Whatever the hell that means. Marc Charles & Alan Wojcik talk about this altercation, and any possible celebrities for CM Punk to fight next in his 0-1 MMA career.
Jake Hager, FKA WWE’s Jack Swagger, in an allegedly laid back interview at Beasley Media Group in Tampa, FL… allegedly.
Jack and his wife Catalina have fun talking about life on the road in WWE, ribs, The Undertaker, a crazy Jonah Hill story, why he left WWE, what the future holds for Swagger, impressions, karaoke, #LFRLife. Follow Jake & his wife on social media @RealJackSwagger & @CatalinaSwagger
Former WWE & ECW Superstar, as well as a fitness guru and technology-geek podcaster, Michael Manna aka Stevie Richards joins Marc Charles for a fun chat about wrestling, fitness, and tech. Marc marks out to some bWo and Kliq questions, that make for some fun stories. What are Stevie’s favorite new tech gadgets? Stevie Richards is a fitness guru who passes his healthy lifestyle and program to others through his website, click here to visit Stevie Richards Fitness.
Rich Brennan was WWE Smackdown’s play-by-play commentator who worked among wrestling’s biggest legends like Jerry Lawler and Booker T. Real name, Rich Bocchini, is now one of independent wrestling’s hottest free agent talents on the market, making the loop with Division Pro Wrestling, Wrestle Circus & Fest Wrestling while still working in Sports Radio. Rich and Marc discuss the ups and downs of pro wrestling life on the road, and how Rich dealt with it all.
This week Marc Charles looks back at the time pro wrestling legend Blackjack Mulligan was caught and arrested with $500K in counterfeit money. Marc also discusses other facts about counterfeiting and the history of it. This episode is in loving memory of Blackjack Mulligan, and in no way meant to tarnish the memory of BJM, but rather to discuss a very intriguing topic.
About 10 years ago, WCW wrestling star was under investigation for 6 months and eventually arrested for running an illegal casino out of his friend’s basement. With a $10K minimum buy in on their no limit Texas Holdem tables, this story is not as cheap as Disco’s WCW gimmick was.
Ken Anderson has partnered with Shawn Daivari and other former WWE stars to train the next generation of pro wrestlers. They have opened The Academy: School of Professional Wrestling. Ken takes Marc back to the days of wrestling on the road with The Undertaker, Mark Callaway. Anderson gives some stories about his days working for Jim Cornette in OVW. Check out Ken Anderson’s new pro wrestling school at TheAcademyProWrestling.com.
Pro Wrestler Luke Hawx talks to Marc about his acting career in Hollywood. Luke played in Logan, Marvel’s box office hit starring Hugh Jackman, and was killed by Wolverine in the big kill scene. Luke also has a role in the new Fast 8 movie in a scene with Dwayne The Rock Johnson. Luke Hawx runs a wrestling school and promotion, Wildkat Sports. Visit WildKatWrestling.com.