After a year layoff I have brought back my Pro Wrestling Radio podcast for a 14th year. A brand new Pro Wrestling Radio show has been recorded and uploaded over to the PWR website and is available now for listening.
After 14 years I am trying something different and have changed up the format. For the first time since 1999 I have added a regular co-host. My good friend and independent wrestling star Luke Hawx joins me this week and every week, and will be the regular co-host of the show. Luke and I have been close friends for almost a decade and I couldn’t think of anyone better to share the microphone with.
[adinserter block=”1″]The idea behind the new format is to not only talk about current WWE news and pro wrestling topics but do it in a more conversational way, similar to what Jeff Peck and I did with the Still Real to Us podcast. Luke is out there on the indys as well as wrestling for the WWE throughout the year , with 14 years experience. The idea here is to engage in conversation, share stories with Luke, talk about some of the backstage news and happenings that Luke has and is experiencing on the indys, and just have a good time.
The first show is done and is 58 minutes long. The plan is to do shows every other week. At some point I’d like to make it interactive by adding a Google Plus hangout and streaming the show live so the audience can comment and engage us as we are recording the show. In the meantime, this week’s show is a real fun one as we cover WrestleMania 29, look ahead to 30, talk about who we would pick first overall in a WrestleDraft, Ryback’s heel turn, The Rock’s future in wrestling, Brock Lesnar, and Luke also gives us a behind the scenes look at how John Cena treats enhancement talent with a fun story from his last appearance, Extreme Rising and his issues with Shane Douglas, wrestling on Jerry Lynn’s retirement show, working with Stevie Richards, and more.
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