“Kingpin” Brian Milonas has been performing all over the Northeast independents for more than 15 years, even expanding his scope to wrestle regularly for Ring Of Honor Wrestling starting in 2017. The Kingpin has shared the ring with some of the biggest names in the history of wrestling, including Vince McMahon, John Cena and Tommy Penmanship. Brian has also been a trainer, producer and booker for one of New England’s most well-known wrestling promotions. Outside of the squared circle, the New Hampshire native loves the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Boston Red Sox, and his wife and two children (not necessarily in that order).
Mike Crockett is a long-time independent wrestling referee, currently on an extended hiatus from the ring. Mike was introduced to this strange world when he discovered independent wrestling as a high schooler, witnessing the first matches of some guy named Terra Ryzing. He hung around long enough to finally get involved in 1998, and has performed many tasks in addition to his officiating duties, including graphic design, video production and booking. These days, Crockett works as an editor (video & audio) in Massachusetts and enjoys time with his lovely wife and Vodka – the cat, not the drink.
Kingpin & Crockett met in the early 2000s while working the same wrestling events, and even then had some tense interactions, especially when they found themselves driving the highways and byways together. They found a way to (somewhat) peacefully co-exist when they ended up working for the same company in their “shoot” jobs for nearly eight years. In the Spring of 2016, BDA Radio gave Brian and Mike the opportunity to create the Wrestling Podcast About Nothing. After some success, “The Curtain Jerkers Of Pro Wrestling Podcasting” as they’ve been dubbed (by themselves) were invited to join the New Age Insiders Wrestling Network in January 2017, and it’s been nothing but smooth sailing since. Mostly.