J-Rocc returns to the show to give us an update since we last talked to him about restarting his career. This has led Ring of Honor, WWE looks, the Jake the Snake Roberts documentary, being inspired by his friends Shane Taylor and Raymond Rowe, working with Jason Gory in Renegade Wrestling Alliance, and more from his 19 year career that isn’t even close to over yet!
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Indy Mayhem Show 145: Shane Taylor
Shane Taylor returns to the show and joins us in studio to talk about his recent signing to Ring of Honor, what drives his performance, loving to fight, taking on Wardlow the night before at International Wrestling Cartel Reloaded 3.0, doing his best to balance family and travel for pro wrestling, and what legacy and impact he wants to leave. And then he throws Ray Rowe under the bus. Find out why!
Mad Mike tells Tonio Garza what Ring of Honor was like this week. We have The Addiction Christopher Daniels and Kazarian against the reunited FutureShock. Mike is confused by who or what the Bloodbound Warriors are and we build up more tension between the House of Truth and War Machine.
Mad Mike, Tonio Garza, and Bobby F JTown all talk about the happenings in ROH. We discuss the tension between the members of The Kingdom, and Adam Cole’s relationship with reDRagon. We talk about the buildup betyween War Machine and the House of Truth.v
Raymond Rowe of Ring of Honor joins the show as we talk about his old days with the International Wrestling Cartel, moving to Texas, his motorcycle accident, Inspire Pro Wrestling, Keith Lee, coming up in Ring of Honor with Hansen as War Machine, ROH going to Destination America, and the upcoming IWC Super Indy 14 tournament!
Dylan Bostic also talks with us about coming up in pro wrestling since his pre-teen years, Ohio Valley Wrestling, his Justin Bieber connection, working in International Wrestling Cartel, and more!
We also touch base with IWC owner Justin Plummer about the big show, the IWC lineage, and Eamon Paton tells us about Inspire Pro Wrestling’s In Their Blood and Lance Hoyt on commentary.