Ring Of Honor Wrestling’s “The Brawler” Brian Milonas has mysteriously vanished, so referee Mike Crockett has gone to his officiating brethren to fill his shoes! ROH head referee Todd “Fatpants” Sinclair is back on the podcast after a long break, and live to tape from the New England Pro Wrestling Academy, we reminisce about all the famous talent that passed through that building over the years. Speaking of buildings, we also get into Todd’s perspective on working Madison Square Garden in April, plus his thoughts on the departure of The Elite from Ring Of Honor, fellow ref Paul Turner’s exit and the next generation of ROH referees, the role of a senior official, and Todd shares a very personal story of a time something happened to his “Fatpants” during a match! And if that isn’t enough, Todd Sinclair brings us the WORLD PREMIERE of a brand-new Bobby Cruise song! Also this week, a practiced Promo About Nothing, we talk about underwear and hot legs, and did The Bouncers failing to win the titles in Lowell force The Brawler into hiding?
Ring Of Honor Wrestling’s “The Brawler” Brian Milonas and referee Mike Crockett have booked wrestling, and they’ve booked some good wrestling… and they’ve booked some god awful wrestling. This week, we are looking back at some of the worst stuff we put out there as bookers of an independent organization. What returning tag team’s music caused the crowd to go “huh?” How does a woman with a broken arm keep her cast so bright and clean? What happened after Milonas hit a whoopie cushion and his knee made a fart noise? Get the answers to these odd questions and more as we talk BAD BOOKING! Plus, it’s a fan-favorite segment’s long-awaited return – Mike finds the weirdest wrestler listings in the year 2000s PWI 500, and makes up a few too, and we see if The BrawlKing can tell the difference – it’s Fake Or 500! Also in this episode, a Promo About Nothing where the rap is crap, panties on our website (?), and we shine the spotlight on a bunch of local guys making good!
Ring Of Honor Wrestling’s “The Brawler” Brian Milonas and referee Mike Crockett are wrestling documentary guys. In fact, we talked about our favorites in episode 160! We’ve just seen a great new doc called “350 Days” and now we’re speaking with executive producer and director of the film, Fulvio Cecere. The movie explores the highs and lows of the territory days through interviews with major names from the era. Fulvio has some major stars involved like Bret Hart, “Superstar” Billy Graham, Greg “The Hammer” Valentine, Tito Santana and so many more, and we detail some of the jaw-dropping things they said about the fast times of the 1980s in particular. As an actor, did Fulvio relate to the talent he was speaking with? What was one of the most shocking lines uttered in “350 Days”? And we talk about the never-before-seen strange-as-hell footage of the legendary Killer Kowalski that turns up in the movie! Go to 350daysthemovie.com for details on how you can see this amazing documentary! Plus, a flowery Promo About Nothing, how things went south in the midwest, and be there on Sunday to see The Bouncers win the ROH World Tag Team Titles live in Lowell!
Ring Of Honor Wrestling’s “The Brawler” Brian Milonas and referee Mike Crockett took a break in between episodes of “Stranger Things” on Netflix, and the Mind Flayer forced us to record a podcast about the Strangest Things we can think of in pro wrestling! Strange characters, angles, strange wrestling tropes and a whole lot more – what’s your pick for Wrestling’s Strangest Thing? Also in this episode, we discuss the deep personal meaning behind the Viking Raiders and New Day match from last week’s RAW! Plus, a Promo About Nothing that’s full of bull, creeps are still coming to our website, and the location of The Bouncers’ ROH World Tag Team Title match revealed (HINT: It’s local)!
Ring Of Honor Wrestling’s “The Brawler” Brian Milonas and referee Mike Crockett are back together, AND back on “the road” watching territorial wrestling television from every region ’til we see them all! “Truckin’ Thru The Territories” brings us to the Midwest for Central States Wrestling in the year 1984 – and we’re digging it! Well, except for the denim referee. We see Kamala vs. King Kong Bruiser Brody, plus an unFantastic Tommy Rogers, an underachieving Dusty Wolfe, a standard Flair promo, a helluva talent pool, an orthopedic boot, video tape voodoo, Rock N’ Roll Rick & Ruben and a ton more! Also in this episode, this Promo About Nothing figures, we talk about BrawlDaddy’s big weekend, initlal thoughts on the Heyman & Bischoff news, and Mike recounts his two weeks of turmoil while away from the show!