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Episode 79: How Is This Legal?

The Superpodcast returns with another packed episode!  Hop on The Mothership this week, as The Great Brian Last & Howard Baum guide you on this wild journey, featuring:

– Bobby Fulton returns to the show for a fun conversation touching on many topics, including World Class in Israel, Eric Embry, Andre The Giant, Ken Mantel, and some crazy stories about Dale “TNT” Mann!

– John Hitchcock is back with another riotous installment of Front Row Section D!  This week, John talks about Magnum T.A. & Dusty Rhodes and why they weren’t so happy with his signs!

– After going through the Superpodcast audio archives, we finally air an interview with Dan Severn, former UFC & NWA Champion, that took place a while back and never aired due to audio issues.  In this talk, Dan discusses the early days of No Holds Barred fighting, his early battles in the UFC, Ken Shamrock, going to the WWF, the Brawl For All and more!

– We revisit an earlier conversation with Marty Gold, airing the first portion of his interview from Episode 64 of the 6:05 Superpodcast, which had previously been edited out of that episode.  This portion of our talk deals with Marty’s early days in and around wrestling in Manitoba!

– TGBL & Howard talk about numerous nutty topics, including a letter from Malka’s boyfriend, classic angry feedback from a patriotic photo collector, Steve Keirn, The Tonga Kid, Norman Dooley, the 1985 Tag Team Of The Year award ceremony & more!

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Book Of The Week:

Front Row Section D by John Hitchcock
&
The Realest Guy In The Room by Dan Severn

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Time Stamps:

  • Marty Gold (1:04:00)
  • Front Row Section D with John Hitchcock (1:22:56)
  • Bobby Fulton (1:55:58)
  • Dan Severn (3:02:40)

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 support the show, please consider using our Amazon referral link (UK) (CA), which doesn’t cost you anything extra, as well as doing a free trial of Amazon Prime or Kindle Unlimited through us, which we still get a referral fee for even if you cancel right away.
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 support the show, please consider using our Amazon referral link (UK) (CA), which doesn’t cost you anything extra, as well as doing a free trial of Amazon Prime or Kindle Unlimited through us, which we still get a referral fee for even if you cancel right away.
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.

Lance Russell Special

The 6:05 Superpodcast looks back on the life and career of Lance Russell, the greatest pro wrestling announcer of all time, with this special episode.  The Great Brian Last is joined by former Memphis manager, and the man behind Kentucky Fried Rasslin’, Scott Bowden, for this tribute to Lance, with many voices lending their thoughts and memories!

Time Stamps:

  • Lance Russell Interviewed By Jerry Lawler (0:30:48)
  • Ron Fuller (0:38:34)
  • David Bixenspan (0:48:21)
  • Bobby Fulton (1:15:07)
  • Pete Lederberg (1:20:48)
  • Howard Baum (1:48:20)
  • Dave Meltzer (1:57:29)
  • Kurt Brown (2:31:15)
  • Austin Idol (2:39:36)
  • Bobby Blaze (2:54:45)
  • Jammie Ward (3:01:22)
  • Kevin Sullivan (3:13:21)
  • Jim Cornette (3:40:56)

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 support the show, please consider using our Amazon referral link (UK) (CA), which doesn’t cost you anything extra, as well as doing a free trial of Amazon Prime or Kindle Unlimited through us, which we still get a referral fee for even if you cancel right away.
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 73: Wrestling Wars

Baby Baby!  Call Somebody!  The 6:05 Superpodcast is back!  This week on The Mothership, The Great Brian Last is joined by a first timer in the co-host chair, longtime photographer Howard Baum.  This fun & packed episode features:

– Ron Fuller, The Tennessee Stud & host of the Studcast, joins the show to discuss wrestling promotional wars.  Ron shares his memories of the Georgia wrestling war between the NWA & Ann Gunkel’s All South promotion, as well as the story of what happened to his promotion, Southeastern Championship Wrestling, in 1979 when several top stars decided to run against him.  This is a true history lesson from one of the very best storytellers in wrestling!

– Tony Myers joins the show, in part one of a two part conversation, to discuss his career in Memphis.  Tony talks about being a huge fan of Memphis wrestling and then getting the opportunity to work there.  We hear stories about Jerry Lawler, Bill Dundee, Jamie Dundee and a locker room brawl between Luna Vachon & Jacqueline.  Tony also talks about how he broke into the business, as well as his memories of a young Flex Kavana, better known as The Rock!

– Polish Joe Ciupik is back to discuss Herb Abrams, GLOW, Larry Nelson and everything he has going on with Classic Wrestling, including their videos which are now available for rent or purchase at classicwrestling.com!

– TGBL & Howard discuss Bert Prentice ripping off Howard’s family, Luna Vachon’s wedding, Ric Flair, the humor of Bobby Heenan and more!  Plus, TRnac, Hod Dog, Stuttering Tommy Rich, Not Charlie Brown From Outta Town, Jim Cornette’s Answering Machine & more!

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Book Of The Week:

Florida Mat Wars: 1977 by Robert VanKavelaar with Scott Teal

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Time Stamps:

  • Top Ten (0:14:50)
  • Slaughtering A Sacred Cow (1:42:46)
  • Polish Joe Ciupik (1:55:06)
  • Tony Myers part one (2:23:46)
  • Ron Fuller (3:08:36)

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 support the show, please consider using our Amazon referral link (UK) (CA), which doesn’t cost you anything extra, as well as doing a free trial of Amazon Prime or Kindle Unlimited through us, which we still get a referral fee for even if you cancel right away.
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 71: Milo Of Croton

The Mothership has landed again and the 6:05 Superpodcast is back! The Great Brian Last is joined this week by Mike Mills of the Booking The Territory podcast for a packed episode, featuring:

– Bobby Fulton of The Fantastics is back again to talk about the time in July of 1983 that he refused to do a job for the Road Warriors.  Bobby talks all about why he wouldn’t do it and how Ole Anderson reacted.  We also hear Bobby’s memories or working with a young Ultimate Warrior & Sting in both Memphis and the UWF.  Bobby also shares his thoughts on working with the Sheepherders and tells us what he did to once upset Dr. Death Steve Williams!

– Longtime photographer Howard Baum joins the show to discuss his role in the memorable 1984 Memphis angle where Eddie Gilbert & Tommy Rich were presented with the tag team of the year award.  Howard also shares him memories of meeting a young Raven, getting attacked by Terry Funk, and bothering Jerry Lawler.  Plus Howard & TGBL discuss their opinions of ECW then vs. now.  A really fun talk!

– We present to you another edition of 6:05 Classic with TGBL & show cofounder David Bixenspan!  Bix & TGBL discuss the recent documentary Nobody Speak, about the Hulk Hogan / Gawker lawsuit, a film in which Bix is featured in.  They also discuss Netflix’s GLOW & the WWE unreleased matches dvd.

Plus classic audio of Wild Red Berry on Groucho Marx’s You Bet Your Life, Jim Cornette’s answering machine, TRnac, Stuttering Tommy Rich, The Handsome Boogie Man, the Top Ten debut of Hot Dog and much more!

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Book Of The Week:

Bad To The Bone: 25 Years Of Riots And Wrestling by Ron Starr & Rock Rims

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Time Stamps:

  • Top Ten (0:015:41)
  • Here & There (1:20:23)
  • Wild Red Berry on You Bet Your Life (1:29:43)
  • Howard Baum (1:40:10)
  • Bobby Fulton (2:48:55)
  • 6:05 Classic with David Bixenspan (3:26:09)

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 support the show, please consider using our Amazon referral link (UK) (CA), which doesn’t cost you anything extra, as well as doing a free trial of Amazon Prime or Kindle Unlimited through us, which we still get a referral fee for even if you cancel right away.
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.