Indy Mayhem Show: Stevie Lebell & Jason Tyler of The 4 Hossmen

We sit down with two members of the newly christianed The 4 Hossmen, Stevie “The Ronin” LeBell and “Sexy Fireman” Jason Taylor to talk about the new team, updates on wwhere they are in their young careers and the upcoming Prospect Pro Wrestling show leading into it’s first year.

Get tickets to Prospect Pro Wrestling events at www.ProspectProWrestling.com!

Find more from Stevie Lebell, Jason Tyler and the rest of Prospect Pro Wrestling at www.indywrestling.network .

What is Setting All Elite Wrestling Apart?

IMG_5370I have been thinking a lot about the “big shows” and who they’re for lately, and even more since last night’s AEW here in Pittsburgh.  I feel like I can finally place them.  AEW may not do the wrestling that follows all the rules, or progress storytelling in the way we are used to or want from other products, but it feels like it’s aiming, and succeeding, at betting on two things: Fun and Excitement.

The live show never really had a down moment.  Not any more than your typical indy show, in format, at least.  We were not subjected to commercials and dance breaks like it felt like overruns you on a WWE Raw taping like Cleveland this week.

It’s like we take the “car crash” segment of the WCW Cruiserweights and made it almost the whole show.  This is a style that Young Bucks have made a career on and they are all betting on enough of us fans will go along for the ride.

And just fun.  Seeing the Orange Cassidy kid clip, and the antics after the bell last night, there are gags, bits, and we’re all let in on pro wrestling’s inside joke. We’re not meant to take this too seriously but come along for the ride if we’re All In.

Will it work in the long run as a weekly episodic series on TNT with traditional Pay Per Views?  We will have to see.  But if you’re not entertained by this, or don’t see the long time appeal, it’s probably just not for you.  And that’s ok.  Because you have more options today than ever before.

Indy Mayhem Show: The Good Guys

The Good Guys’ Brent Noctus, Zak Hunter, and Ronnie Starks join us to talk about growing into a faction with Black Diamond Wrestling in Benwood, WV, doing fair shows, some of their thoughts on the area in wrestling and more!

 

Find that show and more from The Good Guys at www.indywrestling.network and www.indywrestling.us !

Wrestling Mayhem Show 683: WrestleRock

This week’s episode brought to you by Indy Wrestling US, Slice on Broadway, Sidekick Media Services, and Pittsburgh Wrestling

 

The Ronnie Starks is showing off #Ronnie2Belts with comedian Jaye Cooper and Sorg to talk this week in wrestling news, including:

  • WWE Raw and WWE Smackdown are making incremental improvements, but we’re still swimming in too much great wrestling
  • All Elite Wrestling is imminent!
  • Impact Wrestling is making steps forward, but Jaye isn’t sold
  • Big Question: Who would you like to become the music producer to WWE?
  • Ronnie Starks receives a performance report
  • Jaye Cooper wants to be a manager with better opportunities than Slick
  • What did YOU learn in wrestling this week?

Follow our stable on Twitter: Ronnie Starks (@starkswrestling), Jaye Cooper (@cooptroopcomedy) and Sorg (@Sorgatron).

If you are in Pittsburgh, you’ve got to go to Slice on Broadway (@Pgh_Slice) and get their food! (sliceonbroadway.com)
**A special shout out to our Manager Level Patreon supporter Occupy Pro Wrestling (@Power2TheSmarks)**
You can support the show at Patreon.com/wrestlingmayhemshow! Go to wrestlingmayhemshow.com for more entertainment!
Check out the Indy Wrestling US Network at www.indywrestling.network.  For a short time, get a 7-day FREE trial to access a growing collection of content.
Thanks to Basick Sickness (@basicksickness) for the awesome intro for the show.
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Wrestling Mayhem Show 675: Wednesday Night War

This week’s episode brought to you by Indy Wrestling USSlice on Broadway, Sidekick Media Services and Pittsburgh Wrestling

Mad Mike andSorg and Podnar are joined by Chris LeRusso to talk this week in wrestling (and a whole lot more) including:

  • Will WWE put NXT up against AEW Wednesday Dynamite to spark a Wednesday Night War?
  • We catch up with Chris LeRusso on his championships and teaming with Jock Samson
  • We discuss the all night experience Revenge Pro Wrestling cemons.
  • This week’s Big Question: If you were WWE, what would you counter program against AEW’s All Out show?
  • WWE is doing a show on Quibie called “Fight Like a Girl”
  • What did YOU learn in wrestling this week?

Follow our stable on Twitter: Mad Mike (@MadMike4883), Sorg (@Sorgatron)and Chris LeRusso (@ChirsLerusso)

If you are in Pittsburgh, you’ve got to go to Slice on Broadway (@Pgh_Slice) and get their food! (sliceonbroadway.com)
**A special shout out to our Manager Level Patreon supporter Occupy Pro Wrestling (@Power2TheSmarks)**
You can support the show at Patreon.com/wrestlingmayhemshow! Go to wrestlingmayhemshow.com for more entertainment!
Check out the Indy Wrestling US Network at www.indywrestling.network.  For a short time, get a 7-day FREE trial to access a growing collection of content.
Thanks to Basick Sickness (@basicksickness) for the awesome intro for the show.
Remember to LIKE and FOLLOW us on Facebook for updates and video.

Wrestling Mayhem Show 674: Wrestling NPCs

This week’s episode brought to you by Indy Wrestling USSlice on Broadway, Sidekick Media Services and Pittsburgh Wrestling

 

Mad Mike, Sorg and Podnar are joined by Honey Badger to talk this week in wrestling (and a whole lot more) including:

  • AEW Fight For The Fallen and WWE Extreme Rules were both this weekend. Some of us are sharing how they watched both – – at the same time.
  • Some of us caught the Evolve show, and there are some thoughts.
  • We’re in a weird phase where people want to see more indy wrestling, and we think it’s a good thing.
  • We’re questioning the “extreme” of Extreme Rules.
  • We’re catching up with our friend Honey Badger and what she’s been doing with RISE (with an “i”), RYSE (with a “y”), and just about everywhere else she’s been recently!
  • This week’s Big Question: If you could take any wrestling NPC (non-in-ring-role) at any point in time and have them manage someone on today’s roster, who would be managing whom?
  • We’re talking some intergender wrestling with our guest Honey Badger.
  • The crew is sharing some thoughts on what the magic may be that makes one wrestling company an almost overnight sensation, while others struggle to get butts in seats.
  • What did YOU learn in wrestling this week?

Follow our stable on Twitter: Mad Mike (@MadMike4883), Sorg (@Sorgatron), Podnar (@ProfPod), and Honey Badger (@ReginaHBadger)

If you are in Pittsburgh, you’ve got to go to Slice on Broadway (@Pgh_Slice) and get their food! (sliceonbroadway.com)
**A special shout out to our Manager Level Patreon supporter Occupy Pro Wrestling (@Power2TheSmarks)**
You can support the show at Patreon.com/wrestlingmayhemshow! Go to wrestlingmayhemshow.com for more entertainment!
Check out the Indy Wrestling US Network at www.indywrestling.network.  For a short time, get a 7-day FREE trial to access a growing collection of content.
Thanks to Basick Sickness (@basicksickness) for the awesome intro for the show.
Remember to LIKE and FOLLOW us on Facebook for updates and video.

 

 

Wrestling Mayhem Show 673: Balls Relaxed

This week’s episode brought to you by Indy Wrestling USSlice on Broadway, Sidekick Media Services and Pittsburgh Wrestling

This week former Fight Society Champion Troy Lords and Farnsworth swing by to talk wrestling with Mainstream Matt, Sorg, and Mad Mike, including:

  • So…Evolve is doing some things with WWE.
  • How much Wrestling is “too” much wrestling? We’re discussing from various viewpoints.
  • Farnsworth and Troy Lords are sharing some thoughts on how Wrestling keeps pushing the envelope.
    Troy Lords is talking about how Fight Society has been changing – and reminiscing about some of his favorite memories from PWX Wrestling.
  • If you’re looking at some of the big wrestling names that have recently come through Pittsburgh, you’re looking at some of the guys who’ve been trained by or influenced by @sampanico.
  • Troy Lords is talking about how his 9-5 is his “character” and Wrestling gives him the opportunity to truly be himself.
  • Mainstream Matt is struggling through the Climax….of the G1 variety.
  • This week’s Big Question: What match or event didn’t live up to the hype?
  • Our friend, Beastman recently had his bag searched by TSA, and it is one of the best things on the internet!
  • There was a bit of a shake up at WWE with Paul Heyman and Eric Bischoff being placed in executive roles over RAW and Smackdown Live.
  • What did YOU learn in wrestling this week?

Follow our stable on Twitter: Farnsworth (@Jworth), Troy Lords (@TroyLords), Sorg (@Sorgatron) and Mad Mike (@MadMike4883)

If you are in Pittsburgh, you’ve got to go to Slice on Broadway (@Pgh_Slice) and get their food! (sliceonbroadway.com)
**A special shout out to our Manager Level Patreon supporter Occupy Pro Wrestling (@Power2TheSmarks)**
You can support the show at Patreon.com/wrestlingmayhemshow! Go to wrestlingmayhemshow.com for more entertainment!
Check out the Indy Wrestling US Network at www.indywrestling.network.  For a short time, get a 7-day FREE trial to access a growing collection of content.
Thanks to Basick Sickness (@basicksickness) for the awesome intro for the show.
Remember to LIKE and FOLLOW us on Facebook for updates and video.

 

Indy Mayhem Show: Social Media for Pro Wrestlers with Dudders

Katie Dudders, Director of Sales and Marketing at The ScareHouse joins us to discuss some of the do’s and don’ts of Social Media for pro wrestlers, who’s doing it right, and how some are doing it way wrong.

Check out many of the wrestlers we mention in this episode at at www.indywrestling.us and www.indywrestling.network!

Go to wrestlingmayhemshow.com for more entertainment!

Ryse Strong Podcast: Super Hentai


Lola Bradbury has a conversation with Super Hentai after his recent match with Brandon K got interrupted by The Grindhouse and looking forward to the full match January 5 at Ryse Wrestling.

Find out more about Ryse Wrestling at http://rysewrestling.com/

Indy Mayhem Show: Bronco McBride

We talk with Bronco McBride about meeting a young John Rodin, trainng with Shiima Xion/DJ Z at the Iron City Wrestling Academy, debuting as Blue Collar Slaughterhouse with International Wrestling Cartel – IWC, growing into singles wrestling, and his current feud and tag team championship situation at RWA PRO- Renegade Wrestling Alliance.
 

Check out more of Bronco McBrideat indywrestling.us!Go to wrestlingmayhemshow.com for more entertainment!