Our friend Joe Dombrowski, known as of late for his commentary on Ring of Honor Future of Honor and AAA TripleMania, drops by the studio for an impromptu Ask Me Anything for the live chat room. Check out this week’s special as Joe talks about Brian Pillman Jr, the Philly and Marino Experience, Zach Gowen, wrestling at Tekko Con, finding new audiences, the UK Pillow Fight Massacre, Virgil not taking money, Premier Championship Wrestling and more!
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Indy Mayhem Show 13: Zach Gowen
Former WWE superstar and current professional wrestler Zach Gowen joined us on the Wrestling Mayhem Show to share some of his amazing story!
Gowen, who lost his leg at a young age from cancer, fought his way to become a major star in the WWE.
During our conversation, Gowen discussed his life post WWE; how he lost his identity and went down a dark path and how he found his way back, got clean and found meaning in life.
Gowen also talked about a possible new era for professional wrestlers; as some are now bucking the trend and beating some of the addictions that plagued and eventually killed many before them.
Viewers of the show then asked Gowen questions like: what his favorite match was and who his favorite opponents were.
These questions lead to Gowen discussing the viciousness of professional wrestling when he started, to what it is now.
Gowen then talked about his interesting relationship with fellow professional wrestler Gregory Iron. Iron, a professional wrestler with cerebral palsy; used Gowen as inspiration to become a professional wrestler and clean up his own life.
Check out this edition of The Wrestling Mayhem Show here and Follow Gowen on Twitter @zachgowen to find out more about his future engagements!
Eamon and Mike Sorg then discussed some of the independent shows coming up around WrestleMania. Like:
The annual pre-Wrestlemania ROH show.
The “Meet Me There” movie premier starring Dustin Rhodes and several independent wrestling stars!