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Episode 100: Part One

The MOTHERSHIP has landed!  Celebrate four years of the 6:05 Superpodcast with Part One of Episode 100!  Join The Great Brian Last for this packed extravaganza, featuring:

– The Top Ten & In The News with Jim Cornette!

– Historian George Schire returns to reveal the real origin story of the AWA World Championship, putting to rest the debate about who was the first champion!

– An update on the search for Yomamba The Jungle Savage with listeners Ed Demko & Stephen Javorsky!

– Jeff Bowdren is back to talk about his run in the Observer as Bowdren The Booker, which is the subject of his latest book, our Book Of The Week, They Call Me Booker!

– Messages left on the Superpodcast Hotline!

– Plus TGBL & Jim talk collecting & much more!

*Part Two debuts Tomorrow Night!  Guests include Sean Waltman, Mike O’Hara, Fumi Saito, Jerry Grey & Kurt Brown!

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Book Of The Week:
They Call Me Booker! by Jeff Bowdren

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Time Stamps:

  • The Top Ten (0:14:11)
  • In The News with Jim Cornette (1:20:20)
  • Yomamaba Update with Ed Demko & Stephen Javorsky (1:57:52)
  • George Schire (2:15:54)
  • Book Of The Week with Jeff Bowdren (2:43:55)
  • Superpodcast Hotline Messages (3:09:59)

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
Make sure to like the official Superpodcast Facebook page.
Official Superpodcast merchandise is now available.
To make ongoing monthly donations to the Superpodcast, you can go to our Patreon page.
You can also make PayPal donations to Brian.
Subscribe by adding 605feed.com to your preferred podcast app, or our iTunes link.
The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.

Episode 99: It Is What It Was

Honk Honk! The MOTHERSHIP has landed and it is time for another edition of the 6:05 Superpodcast!  The Great Brian Last is joined by popular co-host Scott Cornish for this packed show, featuring:

– Lucha Libre historian Fredo Esparza joins the show to discuss the life & career of Silver King!  We hear about Silver King breaking into Lucha as a part of a famous wrestling family, Los Cowboys with El Texano, being an EMLL star while AAA is on fire, his WCW run, Nacho Libre & more! 

– Chad Austin is here this week to talk about his run in ECW!  We hear about the original plans for his 1994 push, Chad’s memories of other wrestlers from ECW’s early days, as well as the infamous New Jack incident!  Chad also talks about how he broke into the business, the influence of Eddie Gilbert on his in-ring style, the 1990’s Maryland independent scene, tape trading & more!

– Scott Teal is back with our annual State Of Crowbar Press segment!  We hear about all the books Scott has recently published, as well as what is on the docket for the rest of the year!  Scott also talks about his involvement with the Cauliflower Alley Club and this year’s CAC convention!

– Roman Gomez shares the crazy story of Marti Funk defacing his autographed Dory Funk Jr. card!  Roman goes through all the details of this now notorious incident!  We also hear about what it was like growing up as a fan in Las Vegas!

– We have more classic audio this week from Philadelphia radio, with Captain Lou Albano & Don Muraco appearing on Rod Luck’s radio show on April 26, 1983!

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Book Of The Week:
The Annotated Fall Guys by Marcus Griffin & Annotated by Scott Teal & Steve Yohe

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Time Stamps:

  • Roman Gomez (0:24:19)
  • Scott Teal (0:52:53)
  • Lous Albano & Don Muraco on Philadelphia radio (1:42:20)
  • Chad Austin (2:30:45)
  • Fredo Esparza on Silver King (3:25:20)

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
Make sure to like the official Superpodcast Facebook page.
Official Superpodcast merchandise is now available.
To make ongoing monthly donations to the Superpodcast, you can go to our Patreon page.
You can also make PayPal donations to Brian.
Subscribe by adding 605feed.com to your preferred podcast app, or our iTunes link.
The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.

The 6:05 Superpodcast is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network

Episode 97: Revenge Of The Nerds

The MOTHERSHIP has touched down again with a super packed episode of the only podcast that matters, the 6:05 Superpodcast!  Join The Great Brian Last and, making his debut in the co-host chair, Jim Valley for this supersize episode, featuring:

– Les Thatcher returns to the show to discuss the Knoxville wrestling war!  Les talks about what his witnessed and what his thoughts are today when looking back on the destructive craziness of 1979!  Les also shares his thoughts about the Georgia wrestling war of 1972, working for Jim Crockett Sr., Roy & Ray Shire & more!  Plus Les discusses the Wrestling Cousins, his grouping with Dennis Hall and Roger Kirby!

– Jerry Grey is back this week discussing various topics, including Bob Roop, Mark Ragin, The Destroyer, Jake Roberts & more!

– Mike O’Gorman, who was masterful as Andre The Giant in Pandemonium Theatre, joins the show to discuss the origin of his amazing impression!

– We present classic audio from 1964 in Los Angeles, featuring The Destroyer, The Ripper (Rip Hawk), Dick The Bruiser, Dick Lane, Regis Philbin & The Torres Brothers!

– TGBL & Jim discuss various topics, including Jim’s recent travels to Japan & Mexico, Jim’s stunning interview with Toni Rae Borne, Cauliflower Alley, wrestling in the Pacific Northwest & much more!  Plus The Top Ten, Lou Kipilman & more!

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Book Of The Week:
Professional Wrestling In The Pacific Northwest by Steve Verrier

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Time Stamps:

  • Top Ten (0:48:46)
  • Here & There (2:01:11)
  • Mike O’Gorman (2:09:38)
  • Jerry Grey (2:27:38)
  • Classic Audio from 1964 Los Angeles (3:03:35)
  • Les Thatcher (3:38:49)

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
Make sure to like the official Superpodcast Facebook page.
Official Superpodcast merchandise is now available.
To make ongoing monthly donations to the Superpodcast, you can go to our Patreon page.
You can also make PayPal donations to Brian.
Subscribe by adding 605feed.com to your preferred podcast app, or our iTunes link.
The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.

The 6:05 Superpodcast is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network

Episode 94: Third Anniversary Show

The MOTHERSHIP has landed and it’s time to celebrate three years of the best wrestling podcast on the planet, the mighty 6:05 Superpodcast!  Join The Great Brian Last & Jim Cornette or this packed show, featuring:

– Polish Joe Ciupik returns to the show to discuss the recently unearthed AWA Team Challenge Series pilot episode.  Joe talks about his memories of how the concept was developed, and who deserves the blame for said concept.  Joe reminisces about filming the Beverly Hills Knockouts, Ralph Sturgis, Verne on the dock, as well as every small detail that has fascinated wrestling fans since this footage has emerged!

– Fumi Saito is back to week with another look at the history of Japanese wrestling, focusing on the professional rivalry between Giant Baba & Antonio Inoki.  Fumi discusses the various world title wins that Baba & Inoki had in the 1970’s, covering the NWA, NWF, WWF & PWF championships.  We hear about what the reaction to the Ali-Inoki match was in Japan, and whether it helped or hurt the business.  We also hear about some of the early talent jumps in the promotional war that would engulf the 1980’s in Japan, as well as a few words from Fumi about Bruiser Brody!

– In The News with Jim Cornette returns this week, looking at both newsworthy and ridiculous stories from wrestling’s past.  Hear about Jimmy Snuka, Sunny Beach, Tojo Yamamoto, Sandor Szabo, fans getting hit, lawsuits & more!

– Pandemonium Theatre is back, with narrator Lou Kipilman & the Pandemonium Players, including several special guests!

– We remember Don Leo Jonathan again this week, as we play more audio of the Mormon Giant.  This week we hear about Don Leo’s memories of Wild Bull Curry!

– Plus the Top Ten, The Handsome Boogie Man, Hot Dog, The Magnificent One, Hiccuping Fabulous Moolah, Angry Barista Ken Patera & more!

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Book Of The Week:
Cornette’s Collectibles at JimCornette.com

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Time Stamps:

  • Top Ten (0:03:26)
  • Don Leo Jonathan (1:05:26)
  • Pandemonium Theatre (1:07:57)
  • In The News with Jim Cornette (1:20:20)
  • Fumi Saito (1:47:32)
  • Polish Joe Ciupik (2:49:53)

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
Make sure to like the official Superpodcast Facebook page.
Official Superpodcast merchandise is now available.
To make ongoing monthly donations to the Superpodcast, you can go to our Patreon page.
You can also make PayPal donations to Brian.
Subscribe by adding 605feed.com to your preferred podcast app, or our iTunes link.
The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.

The 6:05 Superpodcast is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network

Episode 93: Selling Cups

THE MOTHERSHIP is here!  Join The Great Brian Last for a packed episode of the 6:05 Superpodcast, featuring:

– Peter Birkholz returns to the show to discuss Jose Lothario and his importance to Houston wrestling.  Peter talks about what kind of guy Jose was behind the scenes, as well as how Jose helped break Gino Hernandez in and get him over to the hometown fans.  Peter also shares his memories about what the Houston office was hearing and thinking in 1972 when the Georgia war broke out, as well as Dory Funk Jr.’s 1973 tractor accident right before he was to drop the NWA title to Jack Brisco!

– The Tennessee Stud Ron Fuller, host of the Studcast, returns to the show to spend a few minutes talking about Jose Lothario and his memories of when Jose and his wife lived with the Fullers!

– Jeff Steele joins the show for a fun talk covering a number of topics, centering around Jeff’s time as a ring announcer in Jackson, Mississippi.  Jeff recalls when the Culkins broke away from Leroy McGuirk, as well as some of the talent they pushed as stars.  Jeff also shares his knowledge about Catsaboulos The Welcher and much more!

– Al Getz returns to the show this week to discuss his new project, Charting There Territories.  Al explains the concept he has come up with, which develops a statistic based on where a wrestler is historically booked on a card. Al talks about the development of SPOT and how he thinks this could be applied in the future to wrestling research!

– The Golden Boy Jerry Grey is back this week, sharing his memories of Billy Jack Haynes, who he worked with in Florida and Portland.  We find out what Jerry thinks about the tales of Billy Jack’s side work in the 1980’s, as well as what happened when a jealous babyface stomped Billy Jack’s hat in the locker room!

– Pandemonium Theatre returns this week, with a special guest joining the Pandemonium Players!

Plus more!

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Book Of The Week:
When Wrestling Was Rasslin’ by Peter Birkholz

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Time Stamps:

  • Jerry Grey (0:01:11)
  • Pandemonium Theatre (0:26:36)
  • Al Getz on Charting The Territories (0:40:20)
  • Ron Fuller on Jose Lothario (1:15:49)
  • Peter Birkholz on Jose Lothario (1:25:22)
  • Jeff Steele (1:53:12)

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
Make sure to like the official Superpodcast Facebook page.
Official Superpodcast merchandise is now available.
To make ongoing monthly donations to the Superpodcast, you can go to our Patreon page.
You can also make PayPal donations to Brian.
Subscribe by adding 605feed.com to your preferred podcast app, or our iTunes link.
The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.

The 6:05 Superpodcast is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network

Episode 88: Chinese Democracy

Just when you thought it was safe, THE MOTHERSHIP has landed! Join The Great Brian Last and co-host Howard Baum for this packed episode of the 6:05 Superpodcast, featuring:

– Wrestling historian & journalist Fumi Saito joins the show again to discuss the early days of Giant Baba & Antonio Inoki.  TGBL & Fumi talk about how Baba & Inoki were both hand-picked by Rikidozan, yet had very different experiences.  We hear about Toyonobori’s role in history, the formation of Tokyo Pro Wrestling, the Baba & Inoki tag tea, the eventual formation of All Japan and New Japan & more!

– Jeff Walton returns to discuss some of the men who held the WWA World Title in the 1960’s.  Once considered one of wrestling’s major world championships, the Los Angeles based title was worn by some of wrestling’s biggest stars.  We hear about Mark Lewin, Pedro Morales, the night Bearcat Wright decided to double cross Fred Blassie & more!

– Jerry Grey is back, sharing more of his tales from his years on the road.  Jerry discusses getting to know Bruiser Brody, and why Brody was concerned in Japan.  We also hear some wild & crazy Steve “Dr. Death” Williams stories, Jerry’s thoughts on Grizzly Smith & more!

Plus the Top Ten with Hot Dog, The Handsome Boogie Man, The Magnificent One, Hiccuping Moolah & more!

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Book Of The Week:

Masked Decisions: The Triangular Life Of Dick “The Destroyer” “Dr. X” Beyer by Vincent Evans with Dick Beyer

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Time Stamps:

  • Top Ten (0:22:22)
  • Here & There (1:19:07)
  • Jerry Grey (1:28:59)
  • Jeff Walton (2:00:35)
  • Fumi Saito (2:47:02)

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
Make sure to like the official Superpodcast Facebook page.
Official Superpodcast merchandise is now available.
To make ongoing monthly donations to the Superpodcast, you can go to our Patreon page.
You can also make PayPal donations to Brian.
Subscribe by adding 605feed.com to your preferred podcast app, or our iTunes link.
The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.

The 6:05 Superpodcast is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network

Episode 86: Nobody Knows

Jump aboard the MOTHERSHIP for another packed episode of the only podcast that matters, the 6:05 Superpodcast!  This week, The Great Brian Last is joined by popular co-host, wrestling humorist Scott Cornish, for a fun show, featuring:

– Dr. D David Schultz returns to the show for part three of our talk with him.  In this installment, David talks about his final days with the WWF, as well as what exactly happened between him and Mr. T!

– The Superpodcast Roundtable returns with Jerry Grey & Kurt Brown discussing the Pacific Northwest.  Buddy Rose, Roddy Piper, Elton Owen, Billy Jack Haynes, drugs & more are discussed!

– John Hitchcock returns this week with another installment of Front Row Section D, discussing the 1975 Mid Atlantic U.S. Title Tournament!  John also talks about Front Row Section D on tour, which was something that Dusty Rhodes did not want to see on his first night back in WCW!

– TGBL & Scott discuss the Andre The Giant documentary, how much heat the Dudleys had, old magazine headlines & more!  Plus the Top Ten with Hot Dog & Lasto, The Handsome Boogie Man, The Magnificent One, Hiccuping Moolah & much more!

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Book Of The Week:

Don’t Call Me Fake: The Real Story of Dr. D David Schultz by David Schultz with John Cosper

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Time Stamps:

  • Top Ten (0:21:29)
  • Front Row Section D with John Hitchcock (1:28:30)
  • Superpodcast Pacific Northwest Roundtable (2:08:17)
  • Dr. D David Schultz part three (3:18:45)

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
Make sure to like the official Superpodcast Facebook page.
Official Superpodcast merchandise is now available.
To make ongoing monthly donations to the Superpodcast, you can go to our Patreon page.
You can also make PayPal donations to Brian.
Subscribe by adding 605feed.com to your preferred podcast app, or our iTunes link.
The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.

The 6:05 Superpodcast is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network

Episode 82: That’s What They Tell Me

Aloha!  It’s time once again to board The Mothership and take a wrestling journey with the 6:05 Superpodcast!  The Great Brian Last is joined this week by popular co-host Scott Cornish for this packed show, featuring:

– Kevin Sullivan returns to the show this week to discuss Mark Lewin.  Kevin talks about his relationship with Mark, as well as just how big a star Mark was at a young age in New York.  Kevin recalls his time with the Purple Haze in Florida, Hawaii, Mid Atlantic and throughout the world.  Kevin & TGBL also discuss a little baseball!

– Jerry Grey joins the Superpodcast to discuss some of his adventures in the wrestling business.  Jerry wrestled in almost every territory in the 1980’s, and this week he talks about breaking into the business, as well as his time in Florida & Mid South.  Jerry fills the conversation with interesting and hilarious stories, from Bill Watts’ meetings to Dick Slater’s bar room brawls.  Jerry also talks about his recent medical issues and his battle with cancer.  If you would like to support Jerry’s battle, please go to https://www.gofundme.com/527hg2g!

– Wrestling historian George Schire returns to the show to discuss the various wrestling hall of fames and how he puts his ballot together.  George lays out the different criteria for induction that the different Halls have. We also talk about the many World Championships of the early 1960’s and which belt meant the most!

– TGBL & Scott discuss everything from recent show impressions to Scott’s recent trip to see the Honky Tonk Man sing & dance. Plus Hot Dog, The Handsome Boogie Man, The Magnificent One & more!

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Book Of The Week:

Bad Rabbi by Eddy Portnoy
and
TrumpMania by Lavie Margolin

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Time Stamps:

  • Top Ten (0:16:52)
  • George Schire (1:06:32)
  • Jerry Grey (1:56:31)
  • Kevin Sullivan (2:52:08)

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
Make sure to like the official Superpodcast Facebook page.
Official Superpodcast merchandise is now available.
To make ongoing monthly donations to the Superpodcast, you can go to our Patreon page.
You can also make PayPal donations to Brian.
Subscribe by adding 605feed.com to your preferred podcast app, or our iTunes link.
The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.

The 6:05 Superpodcast is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network

Episode 80: Second Anniversary Show

We are celebrating two years of THE MOTHERSHIP, as the 6:05 Superpodcast Second Anniversary Show has landed!  The Great Brian Last is joined by popular co-host Jim Cornette for this fun episode, featuring:

– The Superpodcast Roundtable is back with a look at Japan with Dave Meltzer, Kurt Brown & Jeff Bowdren!  The story of 1980’s Japanese wrestling is told around the tales of Dave’s trips to Japan with Jeff in 1987 and Kurt in 1990.  We hear about Rikidozan, the popularity of All Japan Women, the impact of Akira Maeda, Mrs. Baba’s anger, the night Mitsuharu Misawa beat Jumbo Tsuruta, the introduction of true Lucha Libre to Japan, Bruiser Brody, how the junior heavyweights changed wrestling & more!  This is one of the most informative and fun segments in show history!

– In The News with Jim Cornette returns this week with a look at classic wrestling newspaper stories about bears, riots, Eddie Graham & more!

– TGBL’s Dad makes an appearance to discuss why he’s not a wrestling fan.

– Plus, The Top Ten, Brother Midnight, Dr. X, Slaughtering A Sacred Cow discussion, Hot Dog, The Handsome Boogie Man, The Magnificent One, Jim reads angry letters & more!

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Time Stamps:

  • Top Ten (0:22:57)
  • In The News with Jim Cornette (1:36:10)
  • TGBL’s Dad (1:57:42)
  • Superpodcast Roundtable on Japan with Dave Meltzer, Kurt Brown & Jeff Bowdren  (2:12:37)

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
Make sure to like the official Superpodcast Facebook page.
Official Superpodcast merchandise is now available.
To make ongoing monthly donations to the Superpodcast, you can go to our Patreon page.
You can also make PayPal donations to Brian.
Subscribe by adding 605feed.com to your preferred podcast app, or our iTunes link.
The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.

The 6:05 Superpodcast is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network

Episode 77: Let’s Spend The Night Together

Oh Criminy!  The Mothership has touched down once again!  This week on the 6:05 Superpodcast, The Great Brian Last is joined by popular co-host Scott Cornish for a packed show, featuring:

– Kevin Sullivan joins the show to for a free range conversation covering the Varsity Club, Jim Barnett, Jim Crockett Promotions and more!  Kevin also shares his thoughts on a recent WWE pay-per-view event!

– AWA Historian George Schire is back to discuss the life and career of Stan “Krusher” Kowalski.  George, who was close with Stan, paints the picture with stories of both Stan’s career and of Stan as a friend.  Anyone who grew up watching The Big K will love this segment!

– Howard Baum returns this week to discuss a list he sent TGBL with possible topics to discuss.

– Jon McLamb hops on the Mothership to discuss what happened when at age six he wrote a letter asking how to become a pro wrestler.

Plus Allan Blackstock on Dean Malenko, Jimmy Valiant with some words for Scott Cornish, a funny Arn Anderson story & more!

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Book Of The Week:

Minnesota’s Golden Age Of Wrestling: From Verne Gagne To The Road Warriors by George Schire

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Time Stamps:

  • Top Ten (0:04:26)
  • Here & There (1:03:24)
  • Allan Blackstock on Dean Malenko (1:18:20)
  • Jon McLamb (1:26:32)
  • Howard Baum (1:43:29)
  • George Schire on Stan Kowalski (2:19:32)
  • Kevin Sullivan part one (3:07:50)

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
Make sure to like the official Superpodcast Facebook page.
Official Superpodcast merchandise is now available.
To make ongoing monthly donations to the Superpodcast, you can go to our Patreon page.
You can also make PayPal donations to Brian.
Subscribe by adding 605feed.com to your preferred podcast app, or our iTunes link.
The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.