Ask My 1-2-3 Cents is back and some really good questions for the My 1-2-3 Cents supporters out there. I really do appreciate it. From what commentary teams I’d like to be a part of to what is the worst match I’ve seen in person, there’s lots to talk about this week.
A reminder that the 2023 My 1-2-3 Cents Wrestling Figure Drive has started. Drop off wrestling figures now at Castle Perilous Games and Books in Carbondale, Illinois. Or you can Venmo me (Kevin-Hunsperger) or message me to arrange pickup.
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It’s hard to believe, but 25 years ago this week, I attended my first and only WCW Thunder event. My friend Brian was with me and was the videographer as we interviewed legends in the pro wrestling business. Bobby ‘The Brain’ Heenan, Ray Traylor, Buff Bagwell, and a young upstart Goldberg were all our guests.
The Goldberg interview is lost somewhere, somehow. However, the other three are at the end of this week’s podcast.
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It’s the week of Christmas, and we’re celebrating with a few of our favorite Christmas related moments (and Santa Claus related appearances) in the world of pro wrestling. Chad Smart from the Positive Cynicism Podcasting Network joins me to look back at some fun yuletide memories. What’s on your list?
I also try Santa’s Little Helper by Port Brewing Company. Of course, this is to keep with the Christmas theme of the show.
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I’ve wrapped up just over 20 years in the TV news business. To mark the occasion, I’m sharing a few of the interviews I’ve done through the years for the TV stations I’ve worked for. Thanks for listening. Don’t forget to review the podcast on your favorite listening app.
Stride Pro Wrestling has a show Saturday, July 6 at the building in Carterville. It’s Scars & Stripes! Learn more here.
Jay Spade and I have quite a history together in professional wrestling. We first met in 2011 in All American Pro Wrestling. Jay was a fearless guy who had a heart of gold. He even defended me when I was being bullied by Mike Masters. Spade helped me win my match in 2012 against Masters.
Spade is flying high again, this time in Stride Pro Wrestling. He is the number one contender to the heavyweight championship, held by “Big” Roger Matheus. The two will face off at Rasslin’ in the ‘Ville on Friday, Oct. 6. By the way, Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat will be on hand at that event in Pinckneyville too. You can learn more on Stride’s Facebook page.
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Match of the Week
After a bit of a hiatus, Match of the Week is back. This week, I’m paying tribute to Bobby Heenan and this gem that Chad sent me. It’s Bobby Heenan vs. Lord Alfred Hayes in the AWA, circa 1980. Enjoy.