James Matthew of Bar Jutsu joins us to talk about the martial arts concept that led to the book and his days as a pro wrestler, running with New Jack, why he left the business and a TON of great stories about connecting with people in the business including Tammy “Sunny” Sytch!
Then, Antonia Garza of TheWrestlingRevolution.com joins us to talk about Pro Wrestling Guerilla’s “Battle of Los Angeles” weekend event, and Eamon Paton (@eamon2please) of Inspire Pro Wrestling begins a new segment talking about the “most indy” thing you’ve seen lately.
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A wrestling fan since he was a wee little lad. Sorg fondly remembers the big blue cage that Hogan and Orndorf jumped to the floor off of at the same time fondly. Founding the Wrestling Mayhem Show in 2006, he spreads his love of the "sport" of wrestling to all.