Since there’s a lot of talk in tag team wrestling this week with the crowning of WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions for the first time in decades, I decided to make tag teams the topic of this week’s My 1-2-3 Cents. My guest co-host is Garrett Turner, aka Dexter Roswell of Stride Pro Wrestling. He’s a co-holder of the tag team championship right now.
Stride returns on March 2 with Strideiversary: the 3 year anniversary of the company. Check out the website for all the details. Sam and I discuss the matches coming that night.
You may be noticing a theme on the My 1-2-3 Cents Podcast. Two-third of the WWE tag team champions The New Day have been on in the last couple of weeks. Kofi Kingston was my guest on episode 65. This week Xavier Woods is on the show. Both Superstars were promoting a WWE house show in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
Xavier chats about training, his pursuit of higher education and the incorporation of unicorn horns and trombones in The New Day gimmick. The conversation is short and sweet, but very informative.
If you live in southern Illinois, southeast Missouri or western Kentucky check CMA Wrestling. Their first show is set for Saturday, March 5 at the Illinois Star Centre Mall in Marion, Illinois.
Don’t forget Tuesday, March 1 is your last day to enter the Road to Wrestlemania contest. Listen to episodes 61-66 and answer the trivia question. Send a message to the My 1-2-3 Cents Facebook page.
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I’m excited about this week’s show. WWE Superstar and one third of the tag team champions Kofi Kingston spent some time chatting about an upcoming house show in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. The New Day member discusses more than the team’s Triple Threat Match against the Dudleyz and the Usos.
Kofi touches on his time before the New Day formed and how the trio fought to get the team on TV. We discuss past Royal Rumbles and the need to come up with something creative each year to avoid elimination and which tag teams from the past he would like to have seen New Day face. Listen until the end to hear this week’s Road to Wrestlemania trivia question.
If you’re in the southeast Missouri, southern Illinois or western Kentucky area; tickets for the WWE Road to Wrestlemania show are still available. The event is Saturday, Feb. 27 at the Show Me Center in Cape Girardeau.