On this edition of Rasslin Memories, it’s part two of Glen Braget’s recent chat with The Wild thing Stevie Ray. Steve shares more memories of his pro wrestling career including his time in Central States, wrestling internationally, and working alongside Herb Abrams in his version of the Universal Wrestling Federation. If you thought part one was something, part two will be even better!
On this edition of Rasslin Memories, things are gonna get Wild as Glen Braget chats with former UWF and Central States wrestling sensation Steve “Wild Thing” Ray in a very entertaining and informative two part interview. In our first part of the chat, Steve discusses growing up the son a of Vietnam War Vet and how that impacted him, learning to adapt to life in public school, Teenage antics, how athletics influenced him, playing Football, getting involved in concert and event security, meeting Hulk Hogan how that led to breaking into pro wrestling in Kansas City. Steve is one helluva story teller and this interview is one you don’t want to miss. Stay tuned for Part Two next week. Spoiler Alert: It’s a must listen for UWF Wrestling fans!!!
Rasslin Memories starts the New Year off with a bang as Glen Braget interviews second generation pro wrestling star Sam Houston. Glen and Sam discuss a variety of topics including working with Native Wrestler and Minnesotan Charlie Norris in the 90s, wrestling internationally, cutting his teeth in the business, surviving prison, training his daughter, his faith and how he’s paying it forward in his present life. It’s one helluva ride.
On this edition of Rasslin Memories, Glen Braget welcomes back John Cosper to the program to discuss the release of his latest book “Season’s Beatings: Holiday Wishes from the Golden Age of Wrestling”, Compiled from a 1947 California wrestling program found among “The Black Panther” Jim Mitchell’s memorabilia, this amazing collection of Christmas greetings features stars like Gorgeous George, Enrique Torres, Jan Blears, Yvon Robert, the Duseks, and Ed “Strangler” Lewis.
Glen and John will also discuss the long-awaited release of the autobiography of “Dr. D” David Schultz and what is like to work on the project with Schultz.
Rasslin Memories with John Cosper (12/9/17)
On this edition of Rasslin Memories, Glen Braget chats with Liam O’Rourke, author of Crazy Like A Fox: The Definitive Chronicle of Brian Pillman 20 Years Later. Glen and Liam discuss the life of Brian Pillman and the impact he had on Pro Wrestling. A true underdog story if there ever was one. I encourage the listeners to pick up a copy of Liam’s book, an engaging, can’t-put-down, look back at our favorite “Loose Cannon”