Big Game Leroy joins us to talk about his career, the small guys in WWE that paved the way for him getting into the business, “preparing” for training by doing the Spartan race, the House of Glory school, Amazing Red, Samoa Joe, wrestling with his Ninteno Switch, and wrestling in the Covid Era on All Elite Wrestling.
Jayce Karr joins us to talk about how pro wrestling has helped him as he dealt with alcoholism recovery, debuting during the Covid Era of pro wrestling, performing in outdoor and closed set venues, training under Chris LeRusso and Andrew Palace, and we announce a match for the upcoming Prospect Pro Wrestling Hardcore Halloween show!
We are joined by Steve Tortorello, promotor of Warrior Wresting, and the principal at Marian Catholic High School in Chicago Heights, about the promotion’s growth since 2017 including the recent Friday Night Lights and Stadium Series in the COVID Era of pro wrestling, his own brush with WWE, and stories about his experiences with Mick Foley, Frank the Clown, Will Ospreay, and the important moments over the last several shows from Tessa Blanchard vs Kylie Rae, Joey Janela’s jump from the goal post, and The Rascalz and Trey Miguel’s evolution.
We are joined by Honorable Fight Council member Dash Bennett to talk about his path into professional wrestling in West Virginia, experiences at shows in the 90’s, coming to Pittsburgh for Pro Wrestling XPress/NWA East, one of the many times the Gambino Brothers had the police called on them, Jimmy Demarco and poo, Gregory Iron, leaving wrestling, and his recent return to the ring and being a contributor to Fight Underground, and more!
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We chat with Garrisaon Creed joins us to talk about his 5 year career, discovering his “mercenary” persona, getting in the damn car, and finding something that helps returning from the military in life.
Indy Mayhem Show: Matt Light Talks Blackcraft Wrestling
Since the “Rise and Fall of Blackcraft Wrestling” Documentary has been making the rounds, we welcomed creative mind with with BCW, Comedian Matt Light, back to the show to talk about his experience in the company. We talk about the company’s inception leading up to the first Burning Bridges event in Pittsburgh, the WWE’s Paige being involved, the mistakes made over the course of the project, Every Time I Die Fest in Buffalo, and the infamous No Apologies show from WrestleMania weekend. We also get a glimpse into the possible future of Blackcraft Wrestling.
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Indy Mayhem Show: Boomer Payne
Boomer Payne joins us to talk about growing up seeing the National Wrestling Alliance at the Civic Arena, training for wrestling in Fairmont, WV, coming to the Pittsburgh are to meet Quinn Magnum among others, the rib that lead to him becoming the 15 year defending IWC High Stakes Champion, returning to see his high school friend Jimmy Vegas win it in 2017, adjusting to southern wrestling, working with Fight Underground and the Sons of Steel leading to SOS Custom Tees and SOS Custom Network!
Indy Mayhem Show: Tim Cross of Real Shoot Wrestling
Tim Cross of Real Shoot Wrestling joins us to talk about his introduction to pro wrestling, training under TJ Phillips alongside Jason Kincaid, some stories in the early days of the Renegade Wrestling Alliance, staring RSW, working with Matt Riddle weeks before he debuted with WWE NXT, Chavo Guerrero and his chiropractor, Teddy Hart and his cats, Effy, and more!
Indy Mayhem Show: Going Underground with Quinn Magnum
We have a rare opportunity to have a chat with former NWA North American Champion Quinn Magnum as we go down memory lane on training and his wrestling career, transitioning to becoming the booker for PWX, the real reason there was a pivot to Fight Society and the development of Fight Underground.
We are joined by Crosshairs Kelly and Pat the Bruiser, Warhoss. We talk about their early influences in professional wrestling and training, learning from Rob Mathis and Bruce Grey, syncing as a tag team, their rebranding due to the success of Warhorse, and working on a closed set for the Fight Underground matches.