If you missed the Tuesday, October 30th edition of the Kayfabe Wrestling Radio with hosts Alan Wojcik & Spug, here are the highlights:
*** Our first 100% free to listener interviews is with Former ECW and TNA star and part of Crossfire Wrestling’s first national TV Taping “The Evil F’n Show” Jerry Lynn. In a nearly 40 minute interview he talked about what happened with Kid Kash at the Crossfire Championship Tournament, his upcoming Chain Match at the taping with Kid Kash, who he feels is the best heel in the business, who he is comfortable in the ring with and why some people are not worth working with, how wrestling is presented differently across promotions and on TV, his feelings of match sequencing amongst workers, his upcoming match with Homicide at Extreme Rising, his thoughts of Crossfire Wrestling doing national television and more. We also had, in honor of Devil’s Night, a metal “Name that Tune” between Jerry and Spug!
For more information on the Crossfire Wrestling National TV Taping on November 3rd in Nashville, go to www.crossfirellc.vze.com/ or (@CrossfireLLC) on Twitter for ticketing information, details on the event and list of talent involved. You can also see Jerry at the next Extreme Rising event on November 17 go to extremereunion.net or follow Extreme Rising on Twitter (@ExtremeReunion) for ticketing info, schedule of events and roster of stars participating.
*** Our second 100% free to listener interviews is with Former WCW commentator Scott Hudson In a nearly 55 minute interview he talked about Starrcade, his views on WWE’s ‘Are You Serious’ webcast and their #WCWRuinsEverything, the NWO and how it vindicates Vince Russo and Eric Bischoff, being there in person for Starrcade 1983, the ‘lost art’ of working a match, Mike Graham’s passing, who he thought could have been next in line (from Flair) to be ‘The Guy’ back in the day, his thoughts on WWE’s Starrcade DVD #1 match, what was going on behind the scenes at Starrcade 1997 with Sting/Hogan , asking Sean O’Hare wasn’t a bigger star, ‘The Kick Heard Around the World’ with Goldberg and Bret Hart and more.
*** Our third 100% free to listener interviews is with NWA Vice President and COO Fred Rubenstein. In a nearly 40 minute interview he talked about the controversy concerning the NWA Heavyweight Title after the Adam Pearce/Colt Cabana ‘Seven Levels of Hate’ series, the Sheik’s championship run and the way it ended, his opinions on the DVD about the NWA Championship and who he felt was omitted, why the NWA World Title wasn’t on the line in Melbourne last weekend and more.
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