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 .

Fight Society Fighting Words Podcast: Dean Radford on Jimmy Vegas and Troy Lords


Dean Radford joins us to talk about his relationship with Jimmy Vegas, his issues with Troy Lords, winning Beast Brawl, and more.

RYSE Strong Podcast: Jim Sterling

Lola returns from hiatus to have a discussion with RYSE GM candidate, Jim Sterling AKA Sterling. They discuss his laid out policies, the un-bothesome slander from “The Gavel” David Lawless & current RYSE champions “System Elite” & Matt Conard.

Find out more about Ryse Wrestling at www.rysewrestling.com

Fight Society Fighting Words Podcast Episode 1: Troy Lords on Fight Society Injury and Championships


Former Fight Society Champion Troy Lords joins us to talk about his issues with Troy Lords, losing his championship due to injury against Patrick Hayes, Current Champion Shirley Doe, his issues with Dean Radford and their long time friendship, Jimmy Vegas arriving in Fight Society and a detailed look at his wrist injury.

 

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.

Wrestling Mayhem Show 687: Sin Cara For the Kids

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

We are sorting through piles of wrestling content with Ronnie Starks as we discuss…

  • We talk about WWE RAW Cleveland live
  • Sin Cara and others are for the kids, not us.  Anyone could be their Hulk Hogan.
  • How much wrestling is too much wrestling?  Are we dangerously desensitized to the impact of wrestling?
  • Big Question: What wrestling music gives you a bad reaction?
  • Questionable things in the desert
  • Is Brock Lesnar a real star?
  • What did YOU learn in wrestling this week?

Follow our stable on Twitter: Mad Mike (@madmike4883), Ronnie Starks (@starkswrestling), 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)
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Wrestling Mayhem Show 677: Dominic DeNucci of West Virginia

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

 

Thomas Mathis joins us in studio – with our new probationary on-air talent, Ronnie Starks!  It’s a good thing that we have the good ol’ boys Sorg and Mad Mike to keep things straight while we talk this week in wrestling news, including:

  • RAW was live in Pittsburgh. Our crew was in attendance and we’re sharing our thoughts.
  • Mad Mike is using LEGOs to demonstrate what’s happening in wrestling.
  • Wrestling is about good story telling. Our crew is remembering some of the good storylines heading into pay-per-views.
  • If Ronnie makes one more mistake on the show it’s possible he may see a chop from our guest Beastman.
  • Beastman is sharing some information about a benefit show he is putting together to help a member of the community.
  • Beastman is talking about some of his memorable moments in the ring.
  • We had the pleasure of meeting Jim Sterling at RYSE Wrestling over the weekend.
  • We’re talking with Beastman about some of the things he’s up to these days.
  • Beastman is known for some of his outrageous antics. He’s sharing some of them with us.
  • This week’s Big Question: Wrestle Circus folded last week now Defiant. How does this change the landscape in wrestling?
  • We’re breaking down how many Indy Wrestling feds are in the Pittsburgh area – yet how different each one of them is.
  • OH: “I need to find a way to fit Impact Wrestling into my life.”
  • SummerSlam is happening this weekend. We’re sharing some thoughts from our crew – especially after RAW was in town on the Road to SummerSlam!
  • We’re also sharing some NXT Takeover thoughts!
  • What did YOU learn in wrestling this week?

Follow our stable on Twitter: Beastman (@beastmanhusk), Ronnie Starks (@starkswrestling), Mad Mike (@MadMike4883), and Sorg (@Sorgatron).

Want to check out the Beastman benefit show we talked about on the show?   https://www.facebook.com/events/335947690673292/

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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Indy Mayhem Show: Happy Hour


It’s happy hour on Indy Mayhem Show with…Happy Hour! He’s the happy guy at Fight Society and other promotions representing Fury Brewing Company, but we talk about his long history in wrestling as El Sid, Brett Furious, and B Furious across Atlanta, Michigan, South Carolina, and more with Gulf State Extreme, XPW, Battleground Championship Wrestling, stories with Amazing Velvet, Jay Eagle and more!

Check out Happy Hour as part of Fight Society and UpRyse in action at indywrestling.us and indywrestling.network!

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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: Sam Adonis Returns from Mexico

Sam Adonis is in studio as he returns to Pittsburgh!  We talk about the history of CMLL and Arena Mexico, the crowds, storytelling, and culture of Lucha Libre, returning to Pittsburgh and working across the states and the UK, his history with stealing Ultimo Dragon’s mask, the upcoming Lucha Fiesta Pittsburgh happening right across the street from our studio and more!

Find out more about Lucha Fiesta Pittsburgh featuring Ultimo Dragon, Sam Adonis, the original Mistico/Sin Cara and more at www.luchapittsburgh.com !

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Check out more of Sam Adonis at indywrestling.us !

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