Call Somebody! The 6:05 Superpodcast is back again! This week, The Great Brian Last is joined by popular co-host Scott Cornish for another packed show, featuring:
– Brennon Martin, grandson of legendary promoter Christine Jarrett, joins the show to discuss his new book Teeny: Professional Wrestling’s Grand Dame. Brennon talks about why the book is called a biographical novel and the process he went through to put his grandmother’s story together. We hear all about how Teeny got involved in the wrestling business, her relationships with Nick Gulas and Roy Welch, her “grip” and more! We also hear about some George Gulas goofiness and Brennon clears up some of the rumors about Jerry Jarrett’s parentage.
– In part two of our conversation with Wayne St. Wayne, we hear about Wayne working in his home town of St. Louis. Wayne also talks about his time in Calgary, from meeting Stu Hart to rooming with J.R. Foley, with lots of hijinks in between. We also hear about his transition from active wrestler into a well regarded artist.
– Dean Silverstone talks about his friend, the late wrestling historian J Michael Kenyon. We hear about when Dean & Kenyon first met, as well as when they promoted wrestling together. Dean shares some amazing stories about Kenyon quitting jobs, crashing cars and changing his name!
– TGBL & Scott talk about everything from Ken Patera’s bad behavior on the radio to ring announcer Joe McHue. Plus, TRnac, The Handsome Boogie Man, Stuttering Tommy Rich and an appearance from Austin Idol!
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Book Of The Week:
Teeny: Professional Wrestling’s Grand Dame by Brennon Martin
- Top Ten (0:12:39)
- Fantasy Booking (1:26:30)
- Here & There (1:43:16)
- Dean Silverstone on J Michael Kenyon (1:54:27)
- Brennon Martin on Christine Jarrett (2:16:03)
- Wayne St. Wayne part two (2:57:51)
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