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Holiday Special: Snow Day Star Wars

Last Manor received a foot of snow this week, which seems like a great reason for another Superpodcast Holiday Star Wars special!

No Segments!

No Time Stamps!

Minimal Edits! 

As always, Thank You to all the 605’ers for your continued support of the MOTHERSHIP!

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Episode 62: Sugar Hold Challenge

The Mothership has touched down and it is time for another week of the 6:05 Superpodcast!  The Great Brian Last is joined this week by popular co-host Scott Cornish for a packed show which features:

– Jim Cornette and Austin Idol join the show to celebrate the careers of Ivan Koloff and George “The Animal” Steele.

– Scott Teal makes his annual visit to the Superpodcast to discuss the 2017 docket for Crowbar Press.  Scott also shares the story of how he met Ivan Koloff, whose autobiography he published.  This conversation also touches on Gary Hart’s book, dealing with inaccuracies when writing a wrestler’s story, the importance of speaking to old timers to preserve wrestling’s history and much more!

– William Harding shares the amazing story of the night in 1981 that he got out of Bob Roop’s Sugar Hold and the difficulties he had in getting Angelo Poffo’s ICW to pay up the $1,000 he earned by doing such.  We also have some audio from Bob Roop, courtesy of Crowbar Press, talking about his memories of that night and the Sugar Hold Challenge.

– TGBL & Scott talk about George Steele, Ivan Koloff, Bruiser Bedlam, Captain Lou Albano and much more!  Plus Jeff Walton on The Hangman, classic Dr. Jerry Graham audio from 1995, Dr. Mike Lano news, TRnac, Stuttering Tommy Rich, the Handsome Boogie Man, an update on Impressionist Jim Ross and much more!

THE ONLY PODCAST THAT MATTERS!

CALL SOMEBODY

Book Of The Week:

Wrestling in the Garden – The Battle for New York: Works, Shoots & Double-Crosses by Scott Teal & J. Michael Kenyon

Time Stamps:

  • Top Ten (0:07:17)
  • Fantasy Booking (1:05:41)
  • Dr. Jerry Graham Interviewed by Tom Burke (1:34:55)
  • TGBL & Scott on George Steele & Ivan Koloff (1:40:17)
  • Jim Cornette on George Steele & Ivan Koloff (1:54:47)
  • Austin Idol on George Steele & Ivan Koloff (2:09:24)
  • Scott Teal on Crowbar Press (2:31:29)
  • Bob Roop on the Sugar Hold Challenge (3:20:03)
  • William Harding on the Sugar Hold Challenge (3:24:44)

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Episode 56: Roach Clip

The MOTHERSHIP lands for the first time in 2017 with another jam packed episode of the 6:05 Superpodcast!  The Great Brian Last is joined once again by Scott Cornish in the co-host chair for a fun and informative episode, featuring:

– Australian wrestling historian Ed Lock joins the show to discuss Mario Milano and the early days of Jim Barnett’s World Championship Wrestling promotion.  Ed talks about Barnett’s arrival in Australia, and what the wrestling landscape was like at that time.  We hear about Dominic DeNucci, Spiros Arion, Killer Kowalski, Gary Hart, Big Bad John and many other of the biggest stars to land down under.  This is a fascinating look at a territory whose stars many feel don’t get the respect they are due.

– Wrestling Historian Tom Burke is back, this week discussing Dr. Jerry Graham.  Tom was friends with the Doc, so we are able to hear both his knowledge of Graham’s career as well as personal anecdotes.  Tom also shares some great stories about Abe Ford, Tony Santos, The Vachons and more!

– Jeff Bowdren returns for part two of our discussion about the greatest wrestling matches and angles of the 1980’s.  Jeff talks about attending the first Crockett Cup in New Orleans, a wild night out for Terry Gordy in Japan, Giant Baba’s plans for Bruiser Brody & Stan Hansen and much more!  Jeff also talks about the territory he grew up watching, Championship Wrestling from Florida, and shines a light on 1982 in the Sunshine State, which was filled with great matches and angles and saw the surprising emergence of David Von Erich as a heel.

– TGBL & Scott talk about a number of topics, including Rogers’ Corner, Bill Dundee’s car, Missy Hyatt, Jimmy Valiant & Big Mama, The Hangman and more!  Plus, Dennis Coralluzzo’s Memphis debut, TRnac, Stuttering Tommy Rich & the Top Ten!

CALL SOMEBODY!

Book Of The Week:

Dear Andy Kaufman, I Hate Your Guts! by Lynne Margulies & Bob Zmuda

Time Stamps:

  • Top Ten (0:14:19)
  • Fantasy Booking (1:24:37)
  • Here & There (1:41:45)
  • Dennis Of The Week (1:52:46)
  • Jeff Bowdren (2:00:10)
  • Tom Burke on Dr. Jerry Graham (2:38:32)
  • Ed Lock on Australian Wrestling History (3:20:12)

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Holiday Special: New Year’s Star Wars

Happy New Year!

As we usher in 2017, we here at the Superpodcast present you with another Holiday Star Wars special episode!

No Segments!

No Time Stamps!

No Plugs!

No Edits! (except for when one guest decides to give another’s phone number out on the air)

THANK YOU to all the 605’ers for making 2016 so special for everyone involved with this show!  2017, here we come!

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
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Holiday Special: Christmas Star Wars

Season’s Greetings from the 6:05 Superpodcast!

Here is a special surprise holiday show: Christmas Star Wars!

No Top Ten

No Interviews

No Segments

No Time Stamps

No Plugs

No EDITS!

Just The Great Brian Last and several of your favorite Superpodcast co-hosts shooting the breeze!

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
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The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.

Episode 54: The Tire Incident

The Superpodcast returns with a hangover edition of the show, following last week’s anniversary celebration, with Tom Robinson back in the co-host chair.   This week on the show:

– Derrick Dukes joins the show to talk about his time in the AWA during the last years of that promotion.  Derrick shares his memories of what the atmosphere around the AWA was like when he got there and, of course, about his infamous feud with Colonel DeBeers.  We will also hear about what happened when Derrick tried to get out of his AWA contract, his memories of Kerry Von Erich & SuperClash III, why Ricky Rice was always having problems with the promotion and much more!  A really fun conversation!

– A mystery guest, who requested anonymity, will talk about Santo Gold’s Blood Circus.  This guest worked on the film and is also one of the very few who actually saw it in a theater!

– The Great Brian Last & Tom discuss a number of issues, including a totally wild Dr. Jerry Graham story, steroids, masked men and more!  TR also tries out a new wrestling comedy bit he is working on.

– Scott Cornish briefly joins the show to read a goodbye letter from the Impressionist Jim Ross!

Call Somebody!

Time Stamps:

  • Scott Cornish on Impressionist Jim Ross (0:25:00)
  • TRnac (0:45:00)
  • Mystery Guest on Santo Gold & Blood Circus (1:38:55)
  • Derrick Dukes (2:08:15)

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
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Official Superpodcast merchandise is now available.
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The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.

Episode 48: Old Lady

CALL SOMEBODY!  The Superpodcast returns for another packed show combining the best in wrestling history and humor!  Join The Great Brian Last and this week’s co-host chair Bob Barnett for a wild show, featuring:

– What happens when Dennis Coralluzzo misdials Jim Cornette and gets an angry old lady?  You’ll find out this week with the airing of the notorious Old Lady prank phone calls from the mid-1990’s.

– California superman Roy Lucier joins the show to talk about the South California lucha scene of the early 1990’s, including the famed incident when he was kicked out of the biggest lucha show in U.S. history before the event even started after he almost caused a riot.

– Allan Blackstock talks with TGBL about the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall Of Fame class of 2016, after both recently received their ballots and became voters.  Allan will also explain why, in his opinion, Big Daddy is a clear cut Hall of Famer.

– After last week’s tale of Diamond Dallas Page’s escapades at an Upstate New York indie show, referee Jonathan Ashe tells us exactly what happened that day from his perspective.

– TGBL & Bob talk about a wide range of topics, including Buddy Rose’s paranoia, The Sheik vs. The Jewish Heavyweight Champion, Mark Lewin, Akira Taue, Ricki Starr, Bob’s first observations of Los Angeles wrestling, Dr. Mike Lano, Verne Gagne, John Tolos, Superstar Billy Graham, Los Angeles studio wrestling, Dick Lane, the death of Gino Hernandez, Eddie Gilbert, Bob’s trips to Mexico, Arnold Skaaland, Johnny Valentine, Island & Sunnyside Gardens, Bruno Sammartino & Killer Kowalski’s wigs and much more!  Plus, appearances by Impressionist Jim Ross & Stuttering Tommy Rich!

Time Stamps:

  • Superuniverse Top Ten (0:01:48)
  • Fantasy Booking (1:39:07)
  • Jonathan Ashe on DDP at 2CW (2:04:51)
  • Roy Lucier on 1990’s California Lucha (2:18:52)
  • Dennis Of The Week with Old Lady prank calls (2:41:53)
  • Allan Blackstock on the Wrestling Observer Hall Of Fame (3:02:13)

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
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The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.

Episode 47: Only The Day Of

The Superpodcast is back!  The Great Brian Last is joined by Scott Cornish, in the co-host chair, for this week’s show, which features:

– Wrestling Historian Tom Burke talking about Wild Bull Curry.  Tom didn’t just study Bull Curry’s career, he was also friends with the wild man and talks about a number of topics, from Curry’s relationship to The Sheik to his feelings on working in Houston.

– Filmmaker Jeff Krulik joins the show again to talk about Santo Gold & the wrestling film Blood Circus.  Few have seen the film, but Jeff has information about it, as well as the famed Santo Gold auction infomercial.

– Amy Lee is back for the final part of her Dennis Of The Week.  Amy talks about a second fight she had with Dennis Coralluzzo, this time in a hotel room in front of Tommy Rich and Doug Gilbert.  She also shares some humorous stories and her thoughts on how Dennis should be remembered.

– After last week’s controversial statements regarding the mortality of J.W. Storm, Tom Robinson calls in to discuss last week’s appearance and hear some news on the man who took his girlfriend to the Red Roof Inn.

– TGBL & Scott talk about numerous topics, including Bruno Sammartino’s wig, the midget Top Ten, DDP Yoga, Lou Albano on the Uncle Floyd Show, Dull wrestling authority figures, Greg Valentine, Fat Frank at Show World and much more.  Also, Impressionist Jim Ross joins the show again during the Top Ten!

CALL SOMEBODY!

Time Stamps:

  • Superuniverse Top Ten (0:06:10)
  • Fantasy Booking (1:11:50)
  • Here & There (1:19:20)
  • Tom Robinson on J.W. Storm (1:20:24)
  • Dennis Of The Week with Amy Lee (2:02:07)
  • Jeff Krulik on Santo Gold’s Blood Circus (2:24:15)
  • Tom Burke on Wild Bull Curry (2:48:22)

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
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Official Superpodcast merchandise is now available.
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The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.

Episode 43: Room Number 413

The Mothership has landed and another week of the 6:05 Superpodcast is at hand!  This week, The Great Brian Last is joined again by Scott Cornish in the co-host chair for a packed show, featuring:

– Part three of our conversation with Terry Garvin Simms.  In this final installment of our talk, Terry talks about his days working for the Global Wrestling Federation, discussing everything from Eddie Gilbert’s booking to potential investors.  Terry explains why he dropped the Garvin name, why Scott Putski had heat in the locker room, what it was like to work with Gypsy Joe and work for FMW and much more!  Plus, Terry gives his thoughts on a frequent question here on the Superpodcast: Who are the Slip House Boys?

– After last week’s reading of Confessions Of A Ring Rat, former Smoky Mountain champion Bobby Blaze checks in during the Top Ten to confirm or deny his alleged sexual relations with Sue The Shooter, as mentioned in the article.

– Listeners of the Superpodcast play show trivia to win copies of the new Pat Patterson (with Bertrand Hebert) autobiography Accepted.

– The Top Ten, as usual, touches on numerous topics, including Herb Abrams, ECW, midget wrestling, Impressionist Jim Ross and more!  Plus, we talk Mighty Joe Thunder, Vince McMahon on Victory Corner, Brian Hildebrand, The Hangman and tons more!

CALL SOMEBODY!

Book of the Week:
Accepted: How The First Gay Superstar Changed WWE by Pat Patterson & Bertrand Hebert

Time Stamps:
– Top Ten (0:02:53)
– Fantasy Booking (1:21:46)
– Here and There (1:32:11)
– Show Trivia (2:14:33)
– Terry Garvin Simms (3:02:31)

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
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Official Superpodcast merchandise is now available.
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The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.

Episode 39: Pizza Or A Girl

This week on the Superpodcast, The Great Brian Last is joined again by Scott Cornish for a packed show featuring:

– Part one of a discussion with Terry Garvin Simms.  In this installment, Terry talks about his early days training in Bill Dundee’s wrestling school while being a hairdresser, his friendship with Marc Gullen, How the booking was handled in the Memphis territory, Sid Vicious’ anger, Billy Joe Travis’ craziness and much more, including some clues in the search for Yomamba!

– An interview with veteran broadcaster Rod Luck about his involvement with pro wresting.  Rod wrestled Billy Robinson, refereed for the AWA and did a regular radio show in Philadelphia with WWF cooperation.

– Gorilla Monsoon on Rod Luck’s radio show from March 15, 1983.  Gorilla takes calls and questions from the audience about a number of topics, including Flair vs. Backlund, Bruno Sammartino’s lawsuit and whether David Sammartino is being blackballed,  Larry Zbyszko writing a book, Billy Graham’s age and much more!

– Various old school wrestling topics, including Smokey Mountain Fan Week, Scott meeting Dick The Bruiser, the hilarity of the Hogan/Andre Piper’s Pit, the Southwest manure angle, run-ins with Abdullah The Butcher and more!

Plus, The Superuniverse Top Ten and all the craziness that goes along with that, including a dip into the Lano files and the return of Sheila The Shooter.

Book of the Week:
“Wrestling With The Truth” by Bruno Lauer

Time Stamps:

Superuniverse Top Ten (0:01:26)
Fantasy Booking (0:48:26)
Here & There (0:54:19)
Dennis Of The Week (1:04:52)
Rod Luck (1:49:14)
Gorilla Monsoon on the radio (2:16:55)
Book Of The Week (2:51:36)
Terry Garvin Simms (3:06:12)

Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as Brian at @GreatBrianLast.
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The official show wiki, a constant work in progress, is available at 6:05 Superpodcast Wiki.