Glen Braget welcomes former AWA announcer, “The Voice of Minnesota Pro Wrestling”, Mick Karch back to the program to reminisce about working for the AWA in 1987 and preview the upcoming Steel Domain Wrestling show happening November 18 in Richfield. Mick shares stories of working for Verne Gagne, the ESPN Las Vegas Showboat tapings, and some of the stars who were still a part of a promotion that was dealing with the nationwide expansion of the World Wrestling Federation. Hear from the man who allegedly cost Verne Gagne “Millions”
George Schire and Glen Braget look back on the life and career of the late Stan Kowalksi as well as review the recent ESPN 30 for 30 featuring Ric Flair.
Rasslin Memories Remembers Stan Kowalski and Discuss Ric Flair’s 30 for 30 (11/11/17)
George Schire and Glen Braget welcome Bertrand Hebert and Pat Laprade back to the program to discuss the long awaited, English version of their well received book about the life of Pro Wrestling legend Maurice “Mad Dog” Vachon titled: Mad Dog:The Maurice Vachon Story, out now on ECW Press.
Glen Braget welcomes the always entertaining and knowledgeable Bill Apter back to program for another engaging 50 minutes of old school pro wrestling talk. This time around Glen and Bill chat about a variety of old and new school pro wrestling topics including Pro Wrestling Podcast Boom, The Apter Audio Files Archive, Starrcade, Lance Russell, Pro Wrestling This Week tv program, Gordon Solie, Wrestling on YouTube versus the old days of tape trading, and the future of the Billy Corgan led National Wrestling Alliance. It’s a light lively 50 minutes of pro wrestling chat.
George Schire and Glen Braget welcome Pro Wrestling Fan and writer Mike Mooneyham to the program to talk old school professional wrestling. Mooneyham’s weekly Sunday pro wrestling column has been a staple of the Post and Courier newspaper in the heart of Crockett Country, Charleston, South Carolina for over 30 years. George and Mike swap stories of what it was like to grow up a fan in pro wrestling’s Golden era of the 60’s and 70’s, long before the Internet when Kayfabe ruled.