The wrestling world is reeling after two greats died this past week. On Wednesday, WWE Hall of Famer Terry Funk died at 79. Then, just a day later, fans were rocked by the sudden death of Bray Wyatt. He was just 36 years old.
This week, Chad Smart and I pay tribute to both men and share memories of each.
A reminder that the 2023 My 1-2-3 Cents Wrestling Figure Drive has already started. Drop off wrestling figures now at Castle Perilous Games and Books in Carbondale, Illinois. Or you can Venmo me or message me to arrange pickup.
Remember, check out the Pro Wrestling Tees store. And shop COLLARxELBOW with promo code MY123CENTS. Right now, you can save at least 10 percent on items. Also, check out Thigh Huggers. Click here to shop with promo code MY123CENTS.
It’s been a year in the making, but it’s happened; RVD is my guest for episode 420 of the My 1-2-3 Cents Podcast. I am genuinely grateful to Rob Van Dam for spending time with me on the pod to discuss his wrestling career and his work with CBD. Learn more about that on his website right here.
During our conversation, I mentioned a cheer that Chad Smart, Jeremy Conroy, and I did as the Spirit Squad during WrestleMania 22 weekend. Here’s the link, as we expressed our appreciation for RVD! Check out RVD’s YouTube channel too!
Don’t forget to donate to the My 1-2-3 Cents/Stride Pro Wrestling Action Figure Drive. A new wrestling fig can be dropped off at Hostile Holiday on Dec. 10 or by DMing me.
Remember, check out the Pro Wrestling Tees store. Proceeds from the sales of Stride Pro Wrestling shirts support the company. And shop COLLARxELBOW with promo code MY123CENTS. Right now, you can save at least 10 percent on items. Also, check out Thigh Huggers. Click here to shop with promo code MY123CENTS.
It’s a Christmas miracle. Continuing the @JitteryMonkey holiday crossover event, @kevinhunsperger joins @chadsmart to continue the Positive Cynicism month of nostalgia to discuss how and why they’re fans of professional wrestling. Starting with their earliest memories of wrestling and going through their thoughts on the current state of wrestling, Kevin and Chad touch on favorite moments from the last thirty years as well as things they would like to see change. Along the way the discussion delves into a meeting of the Becky Lynch mutual appreciation society.
Be sure to check out the rest of the shows on the Jittery Monkey podcasting network.