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Pro Wrestling Post Podcast

Pro Wrestling Post Podcast

By Marc Madison
Discussion and interviews with all things wrestling. Whether it is valets, wrestlers, managers, referees, producers or commentators The Pro Wrestling Post Podcast is talking to aspiring stars, stars of yesterday and stars of today.
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Pro Wrestling Post Podcast 10 (AEW's First Birthday!)
The Pro Wrestling Post Podcast boys (minus one) are back! Pete Moon & Mark Blake sit down and discuss the WWE draft and the impact going forward, GCW's The Collective weekend, in particular JJSB4 and Bloodsport. Plus a look back at AEW's One Year Anniversary show. Another stacked show.  Google Podcasts - Apple - Anchor - Stitcher - Castbox - Spotify - Radio Public - Pocketcast - Breaker - Overcast -
October 18, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Episode 09 (RETRIBUTION Leader Revealed)
It's Sunday and your Pro Wrestling Post Podcast boys are back! Pete Moon, Marc Madison & Mark Blake return to talk about Ali & RETRIBUTION and how it could affect the WWE Draft. Along with Cody reclaiming the TNT Championship, more entrants for the #1 Contendership tournament and featured pieces on the website. We have a packed show ahead! Google Podcasts - Apple - Anchor - Stitcher - Castbox - Spotify - Radio Public - Pocketcast - Breaker - Overcast -
October 11, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Episode 08 (Bow Down To The Tribal Chief)
The Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Crew are back! Pete Moon, Mark Blake & Marc Madison sit down and discuss the crazy NJPW G1 Climax 30 results and standings, IMPACT Wrestling week on AXS, Featured Articles on and a whole lot of The Rock! All this and more Google Podcasts - Apple - Anchor - Stitcher - Castbox - Spotify - Radio Public - Pocketcast - Breaker - Overcast -
October 4, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast 07 (Passing of Road Warrior Animal)
Like clockwork, the Pro Wrestling Post Podcast is back! Each week, Mark Blake, Pete Moon & Marc Madison will discuss the significant happenings in the world of pro wrestling. This is the PWP Podcast Episode 07. Join us this week for: Passing Of Joseph “Animal” Laurinaitis | Retribution “unmasked” | Mysterio/Rollins Family Crisis | NXT The trio discusses the passing of one-half of the most decorated tag team champions in Joesph 'Road Warrior Animal' Laurinitius. His sudden passing has brought out a groundswell of emotions from wrestling fans past and present. They also discussed the unmasking and revealing the names of RETRIBUTION. Could some of these names lead to an interesting response from fans? Who will be Finn Balor's next challenger be for the NXT Championship? Also, after weeks of development, the discussion of where the Mysterio Family/Rollins is headed. Victory Road announcement An interesting development came about as the upcoming Victory Road event will be exclusive to the IMPACT Plus+ streaming service. Do they like the idea, and does it have merit? AEW's recent COVID-19 implications, Return of Cody & In-Ring Debut of Miro With Lance Archer coming forward that he had tested positive for COVID-19, questions arose about whether or not AEW's testing policy needed to or not be revisited. Pete, Mark, and Marc also discuss the return of Cody with colours that mirror that of a group that put him out of commission. Could this mean something? G1 Climax 30 Update & Thunder Rosa/Priscilla Kelly NWA Women’s Title After the first two matches in both Block A and B, Marc, Mark, and Pete share their thoughts with the rankings of all involved. Were they surprised by the current status of the talent on top and the bottom of their respective blocks? An outstanding NWA Women's Title match took place between current champion Thunder Rosa and Priscilla Kelly. PWP Podcast 07 Past Pieces Jun Akiyama – The Unsung Hero of All Japan Pro-Wrestling with Alex Podgorski Will Hobbs 'Everyone Wants Will Power' – AEW Talent Preview with Jake Landmesser Future Piece Utami Hayashishita - Joshi Spotlight Watch with Mathew Sarpracione
September 27, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast (Miro debuts, WWE Edict & The Collective Set's Date)
The Pro Wrestling Post Podcast is back with a super-sized preview show! As always each week Mark Blake, Pete Moon & Marc Madison will discuss the major happenings in the world of pro wrestling. This is the PWP Podcast Episode 06  Join us this week for: Miro 'The Best Man', Omega wants to be the Ace & Matt Hardy injury status discussion It was a banner week on AEW Dynamite as we saw an arrival, an aspiration, and a proclamation. As Kip Sabian said he was going to marry Penelope Ford this year he shared who was going to be his best man. To the shock and surprise of all the man formerly known as Rusev arrived in AEW revealing himself as 'The Best Man'. What did we think of this development? The team also discussed Kenny Omega saying he wanted to be the 'Ace' is that meant to be a comparison to NJPW's Hiroshi Tanahashi? Also, what did the trio think of Matt Hardy this past week on AEW? GCW's The Collective, Beyond Wrestling return on Sep 20, G1 Climax entrants and blocks are announced as is the return of NWA Ten Pounds of Gold It was announced by Game Changer Wrestling's The Collective event is set to return October 9-11th. With that brings about 12 events in three days set to take place. Pete, Mark and Marc discuss this event along with Beyond Wrestling's return, New Japan Pro Wrestling's block a and b entrants, and who we believe will come out of them. Also, the National Treasure Nick Aldis is set to defend his title against Mike Bennett at the returning Ten Pounds of Gold WWE News The team discusses where Retribution has come from where they first arrived, the public words of criticism from former Presidental candidate Andrew Yang along with the releases of long time road agents Gerald Brisco, Sarah Stock, and Mike Rotunda. Were they a necessary evil or could their being furloughed stretched further? PWP Podcast 06 | But we have more to discuss! We are also highlighting some of our more notable pieces on for the week including – Notable Past Features of The Week Intergender Wrestling - The Rise, Fall, and Rise Again Luna Vachon | An Angel with A Broken Wing by Mike Lano We also preview what to expect on the site this week with History of the IWGP Heavyweight Championship Part III by Alex Podgorski
September 12, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast 05 (WWE, MLW, IMPACT! & Casey Michael
The Pro Wrestling Post Podcast is back with a super-sized preview show! As always each week Mark Blake, Pete Moon & Marc Madison will discuss the major happenings in the world of pro wrestling. This is the PWP Podcast Episode 05  Join us this week for: MLW To Return To TV This November This past week news broke with Major League Wrestling sharing that #TheRestart will take place this coming Fall. What can we anticipate from the company moving forward? The trio discusses what is the most exciting of possibilities for the company. #AndNEW IMPACT! Wrestling Champion In a surprising turn of events a new IMPACT! Wrestling World Heavyweight Champion was crowned. Was the timing right? Mark, Pete, and Marc discuss if it made sense to take place now or not. WWE News Galore (Mauro Ranallo & AOP Gone From WWE, Brock Lesnar Out Of Contract, NXT Title Situation, #AndNEW Universal Champion) Over the past week, the company saw the departures of Mauro Ranallo, Brock Lesnar, and the release of the Authors of Pain. What did we think of their departures and was the decision to move to have the NXT Title match continue with sudden death? A new WWE Universal Champion was crowned and was it the right time and place to have Roman Reigns do so? AEW All Out Preview On Saturday, September 5th, All Elite Wrestling presented their All Out event. Will new champions be crowned on this night? Pete, Mark, and Marc share their thoughts on the show...before the show. PWP Podcast 05 | But we have more to discuss! We are also highlighting some of our more notable pieces on for the week including – Notable Past Features of The Week Lance Storm | Canada's Unsung Hero Bullet Bob Armstrong | Remembering The James Family Patriarch We also preview what to expect on the site this week with Dakota Kai | Before the E The Passing Of Casey Michael On behalf of the staff here at Pro Wrestling Post, we would like to send our deepest condolences to the team at Squared Circle Sirens and the untimely passing of Casey Michael. If readers would like to contribute to the established GoFundMe page to aid his family please do so here.
September 6, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Episode 4 (Roman Reigns Returns Edition)
The Pro Wrestling Post Podcast is back with a super-sized preview show! As always each week Pete Moon & Mark Blake will discuss the major happenings in the world of pro wrestling. This is the PWP Podcast Episode 04 Roman Reigns returns edition! Join us this week for: Karrion Kross Drops NXT Championship & A Fatal Four Way Is Announced To Crown A New Champion On the heels of NXT TakeOVer XXX, Karrion Kross had to relinquish his championship. Mark and Pete discuss the ramifications of that. This includes the announcement of a fatal four-way between Tomasso Ciampa, Adam Cole, Johnny Gargano, and Finn Balor. Who among them stands out as our winner? Pete (or is that Pablo) and Mark go into great length on this topic. Brodie Lee Becomes New TNT Champion & Cody is Off-Television After the success of Saturday Night Dynamite, our hosts discuss what took place as a new TNT Champion was crowned. It appears that with Lee's win, Cody may be off television. What does that mean for the title and AEW as a whole? Could this lead to something more come All Out? Roman Reigns Returns & Payback Preview 'Wreck Everyone and Leave' was the phrase uttered across the shirt of Roman Reigns as he returned this past week at the SummerSlam pay per view. Where does that put Reigns in the WWE Universal title picture? Pete and Mark share their thoughts on that as well. IMPACT! Emergence Night Two Results With our IMPACT! Wrestling analyst leading the charge, Pete and Mark discuss all the goings-on of the second night of the two-week show. What were their thoughts of the winners and matches on this night? But we have more to discuss! We are also highlighting some of our more notable pieces on for the week including – PWP Podcast 04 (Roman Reigns Returns Edition) Notable Past Features of The Week Shane Douglas NWA Title | On This Day Anna Jay | AEW Talent Preview We also preview what to expect on the site this week with: Caveman Ugg | Indie Spotlight Watch by Guest Blogger (Justin Moststellar) Kenta Kobashi vs 'Dr. Death' Steve Williams | On This Day by Alex Podgorski
August 30, 2020
PWP Podcast 003 (SummerSlam Preview)
The Pro Wrestling Post Podcast is back with a super-sized preview show! As always each week Marc Madison, Mark Blake & Pete Moon will discuss the major happenings in the world of pro wrestling. This is the PWP Podcast Episode 003 SummerSlam Preview! Join us this week for: NXT Takeover XXX Preview Ok we know, this preview came out the day after NXT Takeover XXX. But in our defense, it was recorded the night before. Here we discuss the possible ramifications and fallout from each and every match. Including our personal takes on the Velveteen Dream situation. IMPACT Wrestling Emergence Night 1 Results/Night 2 Preview With our resident IMPACT Wrestling correspondent (a certain Pete Moon) on the show, we take a look back at Night 1 of Emergence and talk about the movers, shakers, winners, and losers. And we then give our thoughts about what to expect for Night 2 this Tuesday. SummerSlam 2020 Preview The biggest show of the summer. The Grand-daddy of the Summer, yes folks SummerSlam 2020 is right around the corner. Every single match on the card (prior to recording) will be dissected and discussed. From the possibility of seeing Mandy Rose go from beauty to becoming a beast, to the double turn of Strowman and The Fiend. It is talked about in this extra-large edition of the Pro Wrestling Post Podcast! BUT THAT'S NOT ALL FOLKS! We are also highlighting some of our more notable pieces on for the week including - Georgia Madden's History of the Bullet Club Part III Clint Dye's Indie Spotlight Watch of Jah C Marc Madison's SummerSlam 88 RetroView
August 23, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast for 8/18/20
This week, Pro Wrestling Post is proud to announce the arrival of the Pro Wrestling Post Weekly Podcast. Each week Mark Blake, Marc Madison, and Pete Moon will discuss the major happenings in the world of pro wrestling. This is the ProWrestling Post Podcast for 8/18/20. Join us this week for: SummerSlam Empty Arena This past week on news broke of SummerSlam taking place at the Amway Arena. Whether or not it is a good idea or not becomes a point of discussion, some fun, and potential ideas as to how we can fill the crowd inspired by its namesake. Do we agree on the decision and potential rationale behind it? James 'Kamala' Harriss Passes Away Also, this past week we discuss the life and passing of the famed Ugandan Giant, Kamala. Mark, Pete, and Marc share their memories of his passing and some of his matches. The discussion also includes some of his matches, what he did after he left the WWE and how he left his mark on the industry. IMPACT's Upcoming Emergence Shows IMPACT Wrestling will have a two-night show taking place and discuss the card, the upcoming matches, and who we anticipate will walk away as the winners of the said matches. Will it be Deonna or Jordynne? Will it be Trey or Moose and will Bey retain gainst TJP and Raju? Finally, will The North recapture the tag team titles against the Motor City Machineguns? Also in the ProWrestling Post Podcast for 8/18/20 We highlight of our more notable pieces on for the week including Slick - Mangers of Wrestling's Past by Jim Phillips Toshiaki Kawada - The Baddest Wrestler in Japan by Alex Podgorski  We also preview what to expect on the site this week with: The First WWE Tryout by Andrew 'Shark' Carter ECW Sunday Night RetroView - Return of The Funker by Mark Blake Adrian Street | by Pete Moon Along with a Special Thank You to A Friend of the Podcast
August 16, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast for 8/10/20
This week, Pro Wrestling Post is proud to announce the arrival of the Pro Wrestling Post Weekly Podcast. Each week Mark Blake, Marc Madison, and Pete Moon will discuss the major happenings in the world of pro wrestling. This is the ProWrestling Post Podcast for 8/10/20. Join us this week for: RAW Underground This week on RAW, Shane McMahon revealed his secret underground fighting ring. Apparently Shane O' Mac has been running this secret fighting club from the performance center for quite some time now. On Monday Night we saw Dabba-Kato, The Viking Raiders and The Hurt Business compete. Who will fight on Raw Underground next? And what will this mean for Monday Night Raw? RETRIBUTION This week saw the debut of a brand new faction in WWE, known as RETRIBUTION. The masked members of the new stable caused chaos on RAW and SmackDown this week. Who could be under the balaclavas and why do they want retribution? The Rock Buys The XFL The newly relaunched XFL seemed to be going well until the COVID-19 pandemic brought the season to an end. On April 13th, the league filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and went up for sale. On August 2nd, a consortium consisting of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Dany Garcia, and Gerry Cardinale purchased the XFL for $15 Million. What could this mean for the future of the XFL? Talk N’ Shop A Mania Shortly after their release from WWE, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows launched the Talk N’ Shop podcast. Through this new podcast, they began promoting Talk'n Shop A Mania, an event the promised would be "The Worst Wrestling PPV ever." It may not have been the worst, but it was certainly the strangest wrestling pay-per-view ever. Hear what Mark, Pete, and Marc have to say about Luke Gallows's backyard wrestling pay per view. Possible IMPACT/AEW Supercard? Ethan Page of The North and Dax Harwood of FTR had an interesting interaction on Twitter last week, seemingly asking for an inter-promotional match. IMPACT! Wrestling executive Scott D'Amore chimed in later on, saying he would also like to see The North vs FTR but only if the All Elite Wrestling executives approved. Could this be leading to some cross-promotional matches or even a supercard?
August 10, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Present Episode 42 with Matt Striker
As Lucha Underground’s, WWE’s, and MLW’s former play by play commentator Matt Striker took some time to participate in an interview we conducted back in 2015. Striker revealed his passion for wrestling, hockey, his time with the WWE, and his early time with NXT. He discusses his time on the independent scene, what working in Lucha Underground has provided him the opportunity to do, and what he has gained from that opportunity. We present to you episode 42 of the Pro Wrestling Post Podcast with Matt Striker. Striker shares on about his respect for those that came before him. He also shares his commitment to its history as much as its present and future. During our chat, Striker conveys his opportunity to work alongside Jim Ross and how the legendary commentator had no problem handing over the reigns to the knowledgable commentator. Their chance to work alongside one another as part of a show for New Japan Pro Wrestling was career-defining. One of the most exciting points, Striker makes is that fans are encouraged to get lost down wrestling watchings venerable rabbit hole. Whether it is watching Billy Robinson or William Regal open your wrestling watching horizons. With a mindset like this, it is hard to argue with him. A former teacher himself, Striker knows all too well the importance of educating yourself in your field. 
July 6, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode 41 with Faye Jackson
This week's edition of the Pro Wrestling Post Podcast is with Faye Jackson. Episode 41 with Faye Jackson originally took place prior to The Collective taking place. With plans of a series of events taking place, the Plus Size Pam Grier shared her plans for Faye Jackson's Grey Sweatpants Battle Royal. Despite the event, not taking place that wasn't to say that her vision for the event can't or won't still take place. There was a great deal of commitment leading into the event from those booked to perform. Her show certainly has a certain age demographic in mind. Faye doesn't pull any punches and her relaxed demeanor was evident during the chat. During our interview, she is open about a number of topics and plays along with what her ideal 18+ age wrestling show will consist of. Jackson shares her background and early training and how she came to be where she is today. This past year she was on a quest...a quest to get CANCELLED. Whether or not that happens remains to be seen. If Faye has her way it'll likely happen sooner rather than later.
April 19, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode 40 with Shane Taylor
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode 40 with Shane Taylor In the latest edition of the Pro Wrestling Post Podcast is Episode 40 with Ring of Honor's Shane Taylor. Taylor has committed a great deal of himself to his craft in the ring. With the emergence of Shane Taylor Promotions and prominent championship opportunities within the company. We discussed several topics but our discussion over racism in wrestling and the need for widespread change became prominent. Taylor's thoughts were quite pertinent in advocating for change. A change that isn't just in the industry but one that is reflective of society today. While aware of his accomplishments, Shane Taylor is not willing to rest on his laurels. Taylor continues to do exactly what he sets out to do. Several times Taylor will refer to shattering the glass ceiling. A ceiling that while some believed has cracks in it has barely scratched the surface on what should be done. During our interview, Taylor discusses the impact Jay Lethal has made in Ring of Honor. Taylor also shares that he too is primed to be the flagbearer as the champion in the foreseeable future.
April 12, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #39 with Kevin Gill
In the latest edition of the podcast, we welcome Game Changer Wrestling's commentator Kevin Gill. Gill's passion for wrestling traces back to the days of ECW. With the spirit of Extreme Championship Wrestling running through the veins, Kevin Gill has effectively transitioned that into what was initially Jersey Championship Wrestling. As GCW's commentator, his role with the promotion also showcases an unbridled passion that is reminiscent of Paul Heyman. Gill is a multi-faceted and multi-talented man.
March 11, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #38 with Dan Scotti
One of the fastest rising wrestling shows to take place is Pizza Party Wrestling. The event is organized, promoted and run by Dan Scotti. Pizza Party Wrestling has managed to take two beloved things and put them together. Pizza is often considered the most beloved food by a number of people. Wrestling is a passion felt by enthusiasts the world over. By putting them together, Dan Scotty has made something fun and exciting for everyone could enjoy. While some may criticize the place that Pineapple has on a Pizza, Scotti doesn't. In fact, that longstanding argument has served to play into the theme of the event and a match. Pizza Party Wrestling is an event that has showcased wrestling in a new, fresh and vibrant way.  This year, Pizza Party Wrestling once again resumes its place as part of  The Collective taking place in Tampa, Florida during WrestleMania Week. Scotti's vision is shared in this week's edition of the podcast. However, almost by his own admittance what was originally the plan has become so much more. Dan Scotti shares his thoughts on today's wrestling and the growth of independent wrestling. We cover an array of topics and how Birthday Bash came to be after last year's massive series of shows as part of The Collective. Scotti discusses the fun and creativity that has emerged from the freedom that independent wrestling can provide. Who would Dan say fans should keep an eye out for on the independent scene? To hear his thoughts pick up a slice of pizza of your choice.
February 29, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #37 with Rhett Titus
In this archived 2017 interview, Rhett Titus opens up about how he became a wrestler. He also shares about who was integral in his development. He discusses his future at the time with then tag team partner Kenny King as part of the All-Night Express. Titus also discusses his past feuds and his early training. Under the likes of Austin Aries and former WWE World Champion, Daniel Bryan (Bryan Danielson). Ring of Honor fans will be pleased with how Titus is open and forthcoming about his evolution as a wrestler.  How he approaches things now is different than before. Titus takes other things into consideration now compared to when he was younger. He also discusses how Ring of Honor’s tag team division is as integral a part of the promotion as the singles division. His enthusiasm for the future is something that was quite evident during our interview. Titus doesn’t hide who his early influences in wrestling are and how integral they are to what he’s achieved thus far. As a father, he also shares how he’s made a conscious effort to educate his son about wrestling and its risks.
February 25, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Presents Episode #36 with Sonjay Dutt
In this archived interview from 2017, we spoke with then Global Force Wrestling’s,  talent Sonjay Dutt. Today Dutt is a backstage producer for the WWE. However, at the time he showcased how his knowledge of a demographic would be something that could be tapped into. With Dutt in Indian descent and his knowledge of the country was key to the emergence of the Ring Kai King event that TNA/IMPACT Wrestling was a part of. The promotions venture into India allowed for the discovery and emergence of such talents as Mahabali Shera.
February 16, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #35 with Anthony Greene and Josh Briggs
In this 2019 interview, we sat down with 'Retrosexual' Anthony Greene and Josh Briggs to discuss an array of different topics. This was our first time meeting after conducting individual interviews with both of them a couple of years ago. Their careers have undergone such dramatic changes and all for the better. In the case of Greene gone are the days of his being 'All Good' and in its place is a persona that is all great with the Retrosexual. After their participation in the second annual Smash Wrestling The Northern tournament, Greene, and Briggs discussed the changes they have both experienced. Both Greene and Briggs are active members of the EVOLVE roster. This is coupled with them continuing to forge a trail for themselves all over North America. For Green and Briggs, this was before both men would face each other at EVOLVE's Anniversary event on the WWE network. We discussed the belief and mindset of wrestling purists and how those aren't necessarily reflected by everyone today. Both men speak both highly AEW's Sonny Kiss and how recent criticism he faced by one individual. Kiss' toughness became a talking point as both Greene and Briggs supported him as a competitor and a friend. Anthony Greene and Josh Briggs remain calm and cool on this night. of competition as part of Smash Wrestling's The Northern tournament. Greene and Briggs also take part in our #WrestlingTinder topics of discussion as well. A good time was had by all.
January 26, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Presents Episode #34 with Lance Hoyt
In this 2015 interview, Lance Hoyt explains details of his wrestling past and present. Before he was the IWGP United States Champion, Hoyt shared his time alongside tag team partner Davey Boy Smith Jr as part of the Killer Elite Squad. Hoyt has competed with several promotions. Throughout his career, he has reinvented himself and embraced changes along the way. The nineteen-year veteran Hoyt has competed for Ring of Honor, TNA/IMPACT Wrestling, WWE and NJPW. This well-traveled veteran hasn't sat complacent, but rather looked for new and different opportunities to grow as a performer and a competitor. Throughout Hoyt's career, he has been a part of some memorable tag teams and stables. For example, during his time in TNA/IMPACT Wrestling, fans may recall Hoyt was one half of the Rock n Rave Infection alongside Jimmy Rave and managed by Christy Hemme over the span of two years. After his time in TNA/IMPACT Wrestling came to an end, Hoyt teamed with Curt Hawkins during his time in the WWE and FCW. At the time he was competing under the name Vance Archer. Hoyt is a member of Minoru Suzuki's Suzuki-gun as part of New Japan Pro Wrestling. While Lance Hoyt has had a fair amount of tag team success, he has flourished as a singles wrestler. His recent IWGP United States Championship is just another example of this.
January 19, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #33 with Jimmy Korderas
As we begin season two of the Pro Wrestling Post Podcast we kick off with a former WWE referee. Jimmy Korderas has seemingly seen it all and has been around it all over his thirty years being in and around the wrestling business. Korderas was with WWE for many years and built meaningful and long last relationships there. Today, Korderas can be seen and heard in Canada adding his analysis of a number of different promotions, but with the primary focus on WWE. He also shares his expertise by serving as a referee for up and coming Canadian promotions such as Smash Wrestling. In this 2018 interview, Jimmy shares his thoughts on how kayfabe still serves a purpose today, and the role of the referee and whether or not it has changed over the years. He also opens up about if the opportunity presented itself for him to follow in the footsteps of other former referees such as Teddy Long and Bill Alfonso to have a different onscreen role. Jimmy also shares his thoughts on the success of Canadian wrestlers both domestically and internationally. In the process, he advises who fans should keep an eye out for locally, those that have the qualities that will enable them to be the next big Canadian name. Fans can communicate with him on social media such as Twitter, where he can be reached at @jimmykorderas
January 5, 2020
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #32 with Christopher Daniels
As a veteran of twenty-six years, Christopher Daniels has virtually seen and done it all. From his early runs in TNA battling for the X-division championship to his longstanding rivalries with AJ Styles and Samoa Joe, not enough can be said about a man with as much skill as he has personality. Once called 'the Fallen Angel', Daniels has transitioned from successful singles wrestler to successful tag team wrestler. Once a part of the duo known as Bad Company and later as The Addiction in Ring of Honor, Daniels was quite successful. With Frankie Kazarian by his side, the duo has made beautiful music together in the ring. During our interview, we discuss all things, Christopher Daniels. Whether it was his time in TNA to his time in Ring of Honor to his world championship win, Daniels remains equally calm and collected as anyone in wrestling today. He is a grand slam winner in Ring of Honor including being one-half of the inaugural tag team champions in 2002. As a member of SoCal Uncensored with his longtime partner Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky, the trio is set. Whether it is in All Elite Wrestling or various independent promotions, SCU is showing its relevance. One of the keys to Daniels success has been his concerted effort to remain relevant regardless of the audience and whoever is by his side.
December 22, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #31 with Sammy Guevara
In this August 2019 interview, 'The Best Ever' Sammy Guevara sat down to discuss all things, Sammy. From his early ambitions in the ring to his time signing with All Elite Wrestling, Sammy Guevara was highlighting his career and all things that were a part of it. His motivations were more intrinsic because he is showing that anything is possible if you really work hard enough and put his mind to it. He shares his first memory of wrestling watching WWE as a certain Latin Icon that is someone he always resonated in the ring with. Guevara has quickly caught the eyes of fans of AEW as one of the initial members of Chris Jericho's led faction The Inner Circle. Before joining AEW, Guevara shared how he is able to connect with those in attendance. Whether he is in the role of face or heel, Guevara feels comfortable with anyone and everyone in the ring. He is able to adjust on the fly to those he is in the ring. With Guevara's confidence in the ring, he continues to push forward. Whether it is as seen as the future of wrestling and in particular All Elite Wrestling. From one discussion to the next Guevara's ability to not only showcase his skills but articulate who he is and why he is better than the next talent for a reason.
December 15, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #30 with LuFisto
During this early 2019 interview, the Wounded Owl, LuFisto took some time to discuss all things wrestling. Our chat covered an array of different topics. Whether it was the evolution of women's wrestling to where her career was headed to whom she hoped to face for her final match. At the time of this recording, LuFisto shared a great deal of insight as to how she was feeling physically and was reflective of all that she had achieved. While she has announced that she no longer plans on retiring anytime soon at this time her mind and body were in a different place. She shared what she hoped would have been with the likes of Jordynne Grace. LuFisto also shared how it was very rare during her time for women and men to face one another. However, it was clear that she was determined to blaze a trail that the likes of Tessa Blanchard have come to embrace today. This interview took place after SMASH Wrestling's The Northern tournament. After the match, she was as gracious with her time with fans as she was competitive in the ring. Her ability to connect with fans was clear. With an infectious smile and a killer instinct in the ring, it is no surprise while she was the longest-reigning Shine Wrestling champion. As of today, LuFisto is still actively working on the independent circuit. Her role is just as important in the ring as it is before the matches even begin. LuFisto's story in the ring has yet to have its final chapter written.
December 8, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #29 with TK O'Ryan
In this August 2018 interview, Ring of Honor’s TK O’Ryan shared a number of different stories. He discussed how he had burst onto the wrestling scene in such a relatively short time and how many had taken notice. At the time he was part of the Ring of Honor's six-man tag team champions, alongside Vinny Marsaglia and Matt Taven. O’Ryan himself had shown his professional growth in only a few years. During our chat, O'Ryan shared how he was originally an aspiring baseball player that transitioned to wrestling seamlessly. The proud resident of Lowell, Massachusetts, O’Ryan had first developed his craft training under the likes of ‘H20’ Ryan Waters and Nick Steele. Through an awful injury, however, came awareness and growth. Since his injury, TK O’Ryan has developed a different approach in the ring. Despite losing time in the ring due to the ankle injury, O'Ryan was still able to hone his craft in other areas. His optimistic outlook is refreshing, and thus his injury led to fresh opportunities and different competition. His future is bright, as he has engaged in many storylines in different places that have helped to further his character. O’Ryan is not one to rest on his laurels. In this interview, he discusses how he has learned to adjust to his environment, his relationships with the members of the Kingdom both in and out of the ring, how facing a former member of the Kingdom helped garner his attention and his perspective on facing the stars of Japan.
December 1, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #28 with Mia Yim
In this interview conducted in June 2018, Mia Yim shared about her career to that point. Yim is among the most talented and exciting female wrestlers in the world. A nine-year pro, Yim continues to defy the odds and injury to show just how talented she is, all over the world. This proud Korean-Ameican talent continues to work each and every match with the hope of getting better each time, aspiring for greatness along the way. Her effort is evident, in her matches outside the United States and the ones she has had as part of IMPACT and the WWE's Mae Young Classic. One of the most remarkable in-ring qualities she possesses is; an incredible range of moves, including an array of strikes and punches that make up her hybrid style of combat. In addition, her exciting collection of high flying moves showcase what she is willing to do in the ring. Her future is bright, as she has engaged in many storylines in different places that have helped to further her character. She has recently recovered from an injury and is making up for the time lost because of it. In this interview, she discusses how she has learned to adjust to her environment regardless of where she is in the world, her passion for wrestling and the lasting relationships she has built along the way. A world-traveled competitor, she has learned from those experiences and applies them to her craft.
November 24, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #27 with Matt Cross
A veteran of the ring of nearly twenty years, Matt Cross has competed all over the world. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Cross took time out of his busy schedule to share stories and his experiences traveling the world. As a freelance independent wrestler, Cross is free to work for anyone, anywhere all over the world. This freedom lends itself to providing wrestling fans some new and exciting opportunities for matches. During our chat, Cross discussed an array of different topics. In an interview after an event hosted by SMASH Wrestling in Toronto, Ontario Canada Cross shared his feelings about SMASH Wrestling. Cross and SMASH go back to the beginning with one another as he was their inaugural champion back in 2012. Cross' relationship with wrestling goes as far back as 1999 when under the tutelage of JT Lightning began to cut his teeth for his hometown promotion Cleveland All-Pro Wrestling. His style is reflected in his incredibly athletic means of competition. Cross is as proficient in the air as he is on the ground. One of the most remarkable in-ring qualities about Cross is his incredible range of movements. In 2010, Cross was part of the WWE' Tough Enough competition. Despite the result, the opportunity allowed Cross to be seen. Cross is quite open about how he feels about the industry and puts it in perspective with life. A long-time fan of Punk music, Cross also shares his passion for various bands as well.
November 15, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #26 with Ivelisse
For Lucha Undergrounds, star Ivelisse Velez is among the most talented and exciting female wrestlers in the world. A thirteen-year pro, Ivelisse continues to defy the odds and injury to show just how talented she is. This proud Puerto Rican talent continues to work each and every match in the hopes of getting better each time. Her effort is evident, and both in her matches outside the United States and the ones she has had as part of Lucha Underground, Ivelisse continues to showcase her athleticism week in and week out. One of the most remarkable in-ring qualities about Velez is that her incredible range of moves, including an array of strikes and punches can be attributed to her training in Mixed Martial Arts as well. Her exciting collection of high flying moves showcase what she is willing to do in the ring. Her future is bright, as she has engaged in many storylines in different places that have helped to further her character. She is currently recovering from injury, but that doesn’t mean she is resting on her laurels. In this interview, she discusses how she has learned to adjust to her environment, regardless of where she is in the world. As a world-traveled competitor, she has learned from those experiences and applies them to her craft.
November 8, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #25 with TJ Perkins
 In a recent interview after his departure from WWE, TJ Perkins opened up on an array of different topics. As a veteran of the ring for over twenty years, Perkins shared his knowledge and experience in the industry and how he found his time in WWE to be. After capturing the WWE Cruiserweight Championship at the Cruiserweight Classic, TJ's character moved into different directions. He came into the company as a face and ultimately departed as a heel.  Throughout his time he was embroiled in some fantastic matches against the likes of Neville, Cedric Alexander, and Rich Swann. With each match came continued growth and further learning. While it would have been wonderful to continue to see Perkins continue to grow it was time to move on. A world traveled athlete with nothing to prove but ultimately everything to gain has sought out moving into a new direction professionally and doesn't appear to be slowing down any time soon. During our chat, TJ Perkins revealed the plans for him before he left the company. Would the CruiserGREAT have remained on 205 Live or would he have moved to either Raw, Smackdown Live or competed in NXT? He also reveals his passion for basketball and his beloved Los Angeles Lakers. What does Perkins share about his international experiences and his time competing in Canada among other places? Perkins was also asked about his Filipino heritage and his goals as a performer and how they are tied to ensuring his nationality is equally spotlighted for its growing wrestling talent. To listen to this edition and several others click on the link below or any of the featured podcast carriers beneath that.
June 9, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #24 with Elijah Burke
In this archived edition of the Pro Wrestling Post Podcast from 2015, we spoke with 'Da Pope' former WWE and IMPACT Wrestling star, Elijah Burke. Burke shares in great detail his life and career in the wrestling ring and boxing ring. During the interview, Burke shared how a certain current WWE female superstar inspired him to continue to pursue education even while being employed part of the largest promotion in the world. He spoke of who he was able to lean on in great detail during his time in Ohio Valley Wrestling (the WWE's developmental system at the time). When asked about his time as part of the WWE's ECW rebranding and part of The New Breed, Burke said “That was the best confidence building experience that a guy in my position at that time could have. One, because Vince himself was behind the Elijah Burke movement at the time. I had no idea that any of that was about to transpire with me and the ECW originals, and being called the new face of extreme, or however, it was put at the time. It did so much for me because I have the boss deeming me the new face of ECW. So it was “Put up right now or shut up,” because everything I had worked for by that point, or dreamed of doing or being, led to this.
May 17, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #23 with Eric Van Wagenen
 In this archived edition recorded in 2015, we speak with Eric Van Wagenen one of the Executive Producers of Lucha Underground. Upon the rise and popularity of the program on the El Rey Network, Van Wagenen discussed an array of topics. He begins to take about how the show concept and vision originally came about. The show was under the umbrella of several Mark Burnett programs that became popular with other reality based programs. Van Wagenen brought with him a wealth of experience going into this project including working with the WWE for what was their initial season of Legend's House. The program had come off the finale that could be what put one of today's most popular independent stars on the map in Pentagon Jr. Van Wagenen was asked about what storylines fans could anticipate for an upcoming season and if it was much like what fans could anticipate from the season before. He continues on discussing the original vision of the program and if it was meant to go into the realm of science fiction as much as it had been. One of the questions he was asked about was the likeliness that the program is made available on a streaming service or those with no access to the program outside the country. Listeners will have to check in to hear what his response was to that question. Van Wagenen was also asked about what they need to consider when casting the talent for the show. He speaks of the shows early success and why he believed it connected with an audience. To listen to Eric Van Wagenen or any previous edition of the Pro Wrestling Post podcast click the links below. Also to read the transcribed version of this podcast as our interview with Eric Van Wagenen click here.
May 10, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #22 with DJ Hyde
In this interview conducted in 2018, Hyde shares his thoughts on a number of different topics as it relates to his career and his promotion Combat Zone Wrestling. Hyde shares his sports background and time in football. He shares how training at such a young age for the likes of Pete Dunn and Tyler Bate have long made him the successes they are today in the ring. DJ Hyde discusses his early training and what CZW initially was. He also discusses the number of both good and weaker wrestling schools there are in wrestling today. It is also at this time when he talks about what it is that separates wrestling schools. While actively competing today himself, Hyde still can reflect on how mentors have contributed to his success. He can attribute the success in a number of today's WWE stars is also attributed to the on-going mentoring that the talent today receives.  At the time of the interview, Hyde spoke of CZW's shows with other promotions. This included in what had become an annual promotion versus promotion event with Smash Wrestling. With the number of names that have crossed through CZW's doors, Hyde spoke of how each past talent has helped to build a name for themselves and long carried with them a certain element that has made them as successful as they are today. To listen to this edition with DJ Hyde feel free to click any of the podcast links below or click the icon at the bottom of the page to navigate to our podcast homepage. 
May 3, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #21 with Caprice Coleman
In this archived interview from 2015, we spoke with Caprice Coleman at the time about his past, present, and future with Ring of Honor. During our conversation, Coleman shared about his time working alongside Cedric Alexander as part of the C&C Wrestle Factory, his emergence working alongside Matt and Jeff Hardy in the promotion OMEGA his early experiences working with the WWE. He opens up about his split from Alexander and knew that Cedric was a special competitor then. Many can see Cedric Alexander compete as part of the WWE's Raw brand currently. Coleman also reflects on his time working with Steve Corino while the two were with OMEGA. Their time in OMEGA became second nature as the two men took that experience and carried it with them while working with one another in Ring of Honor later on. Coleman has since this interview taken on various roles within the promotion. Whether it is as a competitor, a commentator or as a manager, Coleman has never rested on his laurels, but only further looked to develop them along the way. One of the most poignant points of discussion was over the use of religion in wrestling and whether or not it had a place. Coleman's faith is as much a part of who he is fundamental as it is in whom he portrays. Today, Coleman is one of the longest-tenured talents in Ring of Honor. He has been an important influence on the likes of Shane Taylor, Rhett Titus, Cedric Alexander, and Kenny King. To listen to our interview and hear what Caprice Coleman had to say a few years ago click the link below. If readers would prefer to feel free to click any of the other available podcast providers that also carry the interview as well below.
April 26, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #20 - Week In Review for 4/21/19
In this week's inaugural edition of the Pro Wrestling Post Podcast staff episode Marc Madison, Brandi Wagner and Robbie Sutter discuss an array of topics in the world of professional wrestling along with available on the site . Brandi, Robbie and Marc shared their thoughts on the WWE's current SuperStar Shakeup and potential implications for both brands. Who did the three feel walked away with the better end of the roster? Brandi shared about one wrestler's injury and how that affected the presentation of the program. Both Brandi and Robbie discussed their WrestleCation and how their mutual admiration for one another was only furthered by their enjoyment of all things wrestling. The discuss attenting MLW Battle Riot, Pizza Party and the Ring of Honor/New Japan Pro Wrestling G1 Supercard. Was the week that was all had hoped to be for the couple? Also, Marc shared his thoughts of WrestleMania and how difficult it can be to watch a triple threat women's main event when you're asleep, the challenges of watching Demon face the Almighty while your rocking your baby to sleep and avoiding them spitting up on your and more.   The group also shared about a current #IndieSpotlightWatch of Adam Brooks and Robbie shares his admiration for Marc as the most recent AEW Profile Preview with Hikaru Shida is highly talked about. What does Robbie say exactly? Click the links below to find out. To listen feel free to do so by clicking on any of the available platforms below or the icon just underneath this post. There was so much to say and not enough time to cover it.
April 21, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #19 with Chad 'Jaxson Ryker' Lail
In this archived edition interview for the Pro Wrestling Post Podcast, we speak to current WWE NXT superstar and member of the faction the Forgotten Sons, Jaxson Ryker. At the time of the interview, Ryker was competing under the name Gunner. He had recently departed TNA/Impact Wrestling and in the process was looking to explore other professional options. A talented and physical performer, Lail also was working in film as pursuing an acting career was something he wanted to do. During our interview, one of the most notable points of discussion was how Lail's plays an integral role in his life and career. As a former United States Marine Corp that served in the Iraq War, Lail was a 'machine gunner' that ultimately became as high as a lance corporal. Lail first was seen on Impact Wrestling television as a security guard but with time his role began to evolve and he took on a much more meaningful role. He was with TNA/ Impact Wrestling from 2011 until 2015. In our interview, Lail doesn't hide the fact that coming to the WWE had long been a goal of his. At the time of the interview he hadn't signed with the company but in 2017 Lail agreed to a deal with the WWE's developmental brand NXT. Today Jaxson Ryker is viewed as the leader of the Forgotten Sons faction with Wesley Blake and Steve Cutler. At 36 years of age, Lail is making sure he making the most of his opportunity with the WWE. To listen to the interview with Chad click the link below to do so or click any of the highlighted podcast options also provided.
April 19, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #18 with ec3
In an archived interview from 2015,  ec3 who at the time used his entire name at that point Ethan Carter III has endured a great deal of change. As a former up and coming talent as part of  WWE developmental territories such as Ohio Valley Wrestling, Deep South Wrestling and then later NXT where Daniel Bryan was his mentor. A pro wrestler/sports entertainer for nearly 17 years, ec3 has experienced a number of highs and lows professionally.  After being released from the WWE, ec3 was borne as part of Impact Wrestling. As the nephew of Dixie Carter, ec3 isn't unlike independent wrestlers such as MJF that believe they come from privilege. After achieving all he could in IMPACT Wrestling, Ethan Carter III left the promotion that showed him that he is exactly who he says he is. During our chat, we addressed his past, his present, and his professional future. To hear this interview and what he (at the time IMPACT Wrestling) had to say, stay tuned. All links to the interview along with the podcast preference of your choice are available below.
April 12, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #17 with Del 'The Patriot' Wilkes
 In this archived interview with former WWE superstar 'The Patriot" Del Wilkes from 2015, Wilkes shares about his history and redemption in wrestling. During our conversation, Wilkes discussed his time in the AWA under Verne Gagne and how the incarnation of ‘The Trooper' came about. He also discussed his time in WCW and his teamwork alongside Marcus ‘Buff' Bagwell and their team of Stars and Stripes. His patriotic nature isn't a far stretch from the man behind the mask either. Wilkes continued on sharing his time in All Japan Wrestling and how the years competing for the promotion took a toll on his life. Finally, Wilkes shares his time in WWE and how his life began to take a different turn. By his own accord, Wilkes discussed how the pain his body had endured competing under the stiff Japanese fighting style contributed to shortening his career. After a life overcoming personal demons, Wilkes was able to overcome the odds and to this day shares his message for fans across the UnitedStates to follow. It was certainly a case of redemption and starting over. To listen to this edition of the Pro Wrestling Post Podcast click the link below or listen to any of the other platforms below to this weeks' installment.
March 29, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #16 with Adam Cole
In an interview conducted in 2015, then former Ring of Honor World Champion, Adam Cole discusses his time in the promotion. He opens up about his relationships and what they have meant to him along with his past matches, his relationships with the likes of the Young Bucks and Kevin Steen. He then shares what Mount Rushmore of Wrestling meant to him and his role within it. Cole isn't shy either about sharing his longtime relationship with Kyle O'Reilly and how they have continued to build a friendship along the way as well. Future Shock was the emergence of them as a team working under Gabe Sapolsky.  He has competed in such notable promotions as Pro Wrestling Guerrilla and Combat Zone Wrestling as well. At the time of the interview, Cole shared his auditions with the WWE but that he was ultimately happy with his place and Ring of Honor as well. During the interview, Adam Cole shares why The Kingdom has been so successful and how they ultimately came together.  
March 22, 2019
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Episode 15 with DEFY Wrestling's Matt Farmer
On the eve of DEFY Wrestling's DEFY On Edge, DEFY Wrestling's executive producer Matt Farmer took a few minutes to speak with Marc Madison and Pro Wrestling Post west coast correspondent Philip Jones. Farmer discusses the promotions history, the vision of the future and those that have graced the promotion by competing for them throughout their history. This conversation also goes to touch base on all the things DEFY Wrestling has done and hopes to achieve. Farmer shares his thoughts on the rise in popularity in the Pacific North West Wrestling scene and where it is headed. He works diligently to create a show that fans will long talk about. Matt Farmer runs down the card and how it all came about as those involved are all actively a part of the development of event and all play a crucial role in the promotion's growth and development. To listen to this edition of this raw edition of the podcast and hear what Matt Farmer has to say click the icon below to listen or click on any of the podcast providers below to listen to Matt Farmer's thoughts as well. As a special bonus Philip and Marc discuss the event and attempt to gain perspective on what is taking place as it happens. Philip is attending the show and will have a birds-eye view of what is happening at DEFY On Edge.
December 15, 2018
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode 14 with Frankie Kazarian
As one half of The Addiction tag team with Christopher Daniels, ROH's Frankie Kazarian has achieved so much outside the ring that it is easy to forget. The longstanding champion in both TNA and Ring of Honor is not one to rest on his laurels and in fact, has continued to show his growth. Kazarian's interests aren't simply relegated to this time in the ring but far outweigh them as the bass player for the band VexTemper. The longstanding band member is as passionate about music as he is about wrestling. During our conversation, Kazarian does more than simply discuss his passion for wrestling but discusses his role in VexTemper and what his aspirations for the band would be in the future. Our nearly twenty-minute conversation shares Kazarian has a great deal to achieve and during this process doesn't want to simply rest on what he does in the ring. He wants VexTemper to be a success and shares the music writing process that took place with him and his bandmates.
October 9, 2018
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode 13 with Fulton
As a former WWE NXT superstar the Madman Fulton became successful in the promotion. He was a member of the Eric Young led faction Sanity. It was during this time when fans became aware of his physical prowless and ability to show just what he is capable of doing. During our chat, Fulton discussed how a legendary WWE wrestler and agent scouted him and left him hoping for an opportunity. It was from that day forward where he remained indebted to this man. He continues to connect with this and his son who also contributes to helping him improve in all facets of the sport. Today Fulton continues to compete all over the independent circuit with the intent on improving on what he learned. With aspirations of going to different companies and compete in different countries, Fulton continues to grow and develop. To listen to our discussion click the link to listen to it in its entirety.
October 2, 2018
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode 12 with PJ Black
LAs a former WWE superstar and tag team champion PJ Black has taken his talent and notoriety in one promotion and didn't allow himself to rest on his laurels. Black has traveled all the world and in the process an old enthusiasm that he had competing on the independents prior to his signing with the WWE. While his passion wasn't lost, Black was able to come to a place where he could read the audience and learn from their reactions on the fly. During our conversation, Black discusses his early training and how the name 'Pure Juice' came about as one-half of a tag team with another former WWE superstar. The South African native shares about his early training and learning that he gained under his father's tuteledge and how as a seasoned veteran is just as motivated as ever to be seen. As the 'dare-wolf', Black has emerged as a persona that reaches into the depths of his living on the edge lifestyle reflects who he is in the ring. atest episode of Pro Wrestling Post Podcast
September 25, 2018
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Ep 11 with Shane Taylor
Ring of Honor's notorious one has emerged from a tough life in Cleveland, Ohio to become one of the most valuable commodities in the company. As one half of a tag team with current WWE NXT star Keith Lee. Once on his own, Taylor knew that he had a great deal of work to do to prove that he is just as much as a tag team partner as he is as a singles competitor. Shane Taylor has a deceptively agile nature that several fans may overlook. During this edition of the podcast, Taylor discusses life, wrestling and how his exchanges have led to some incredible opportunities for both himself and his fellow Ring of Honor colleagues. What does Taylor think about Cleveland, native LeBron James? Taylor gives an honest opinion on the NBA star that listens will respect after hearing it. To listen to this edition please click the link below. Taylor also shares his intentions on his career moving forward.
September 20, 2018
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode10 with Jeff Cobb
A native of Hawaii, Jeff Cobb has traveled the world over facing some of the best men and women wrestling has to offer. A former amateur wrestler, Cobb has continued to develop a name for himself whereever he has competed. He has long embraced an ability to face those of different skillsets, sizes and shapes than him. During our discussion, Cobb shares his thoughts on competing around the world and his thoughts of promotions that he has competed for and those he is currently competing with. To access our interview please follow the link below or click on any of the podcasting platforms below to access the episode.
September 11, 2018
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode #9 with Santino Marella
After his wrestling career came to an end Anthony Carelli long prepared himself for life after wrestling. Carelli also competed as former Intercontinental and United States Champion, WWE superstar Santino Marella. His passion for the discipline of Judo has continued to follow him as he continues to train and develop talent in his Battle Arts Academy. He is also an analyst for Sportsnet's Aftermath which discusses the events of the current WWE product. During our discussion Carelli discussed wrestling, a special ceremony he was part of and his daughter's current pursuit to follow in her father's footsteps. To listen to this weeks edition please click the link below.
August 28, 2018
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode 8 with IPW UK's Billy Wood
From its inception in Orpington, Kent International Pro Wrestling United Kingdom has been in operation since September 2004. During the companies existence they have brought in notable talent from all over the world while developing their own stars. In the fall of 2017, Billy Wood purchased the company with the intent of building on its long-standing history. Woods opens up about this past year and his intent for the company moving forward. To listen to our conversation please click the link below or visit anyone of our platforms to which the podcast is available.
August 16, 2018
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode 7 with former WCW and WWE superstar Bill DeMott
As a student of Johnny Rodz himself, Bill DeMott shared his knowledge and experience with everyone he came into contact with. He wrestled under a number of different alias while in WCW and the WWE but none more notably than that of Hugh Morris. DeMott is currently on a quest to shares his knowledge and understanding along with his greatest triumphs from the tragedy. To listen to this edition please do so by clicking the link below.
August 9, 2018
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode 6: Impact Wrestling's Moose
The former two-time Impact Grand Champion earned a name for himself competing in the National Football League. As a six-year professional, Moose discusses an array of topics including his matchup against Impact Wrestling champion Austin Aries at Slammaversary XIV
August 1, 2018
Pro Wresrtling Post Podcast Presents Episode 4: PCW Ultra's Jake Atlas
As a resident of Los Angles, California the 23-year-old made an announcement about himself outside the ring that could have been met with criticism but rather embraced with support. His high-flying and aerial assualt has shown his continued work ethic in and out of the ring.
July 28, 2018
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode 5: PCW Ultra's Brody King
As a former trainee of the Santino Brothers Training Academy, King has emerged as a must see feature and one of the fastest rising independent wrestlers over the last few years. He has competed in both North America and Canada with a bright future and new opportunities ahead of him.
July 27, 2018
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode 3: Impact Wrestling's Eddie Edwards
Boston native, Edwards has achieved a tremendous amount of success over a career that has spanned over 15 years. Listen to his thoughts on his character's evolution and growth along with the inspiration for a particular tattoo.
July 23, 2018
ProWrestlingPost Podcast Presents Episode 2: DefyWrestling's King Khash
Iranian born King Khash in a modern day throwback to a time when the mindset and approach to wrestling was unlike what we see today. Khash pulls no punches and expresses his early training, development and how anyone in his path best is sure to tread lightly against him.
July 19, 2018
Pro Wrestling Post Podcast Presents Episode 1: Defy Wrestling's SCHAFF
Seattle, Washington based promotion Defy Wrestling employs several talent. However, one man is quickly rising up the ranks as the baddest man in wrestling today, listen to SCHAFF!
July 5, 2018