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Episode 19: Her Name Was Jack Daniel’s

The 6:05 Superpodcast, with David Bixenspan and The Great Brian Last, is back this week for another supersized edition including:

  • The audio of an endlessly entertaining Michael Hayes appearance on a Dallas radio show from July of 1984 (time stamp is 2:11:48) after a discussion of Hayes’ career.
  • Our much-anticipated Buzz Sawyer feature, with Jim Cornette telling the story of the night that Dennis Condrey almost shot Buzz, Jason Rudy of Desperate Visions Productions on his time training at Buzz’s wrestling school and listener Will Sweetie on his own encounter with Buzz at the school.
  • Follow-ups on everything that we need to catch up on including Santo Gold, The Sliphouse Boys, Yomamba, guns in wrestling and men named Nikita.

And much, much more, including photographer Lourdes Grobet’s “Lucha Libre: Masked Superstars of Mexican Wrestling” as our book of the week.

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Episode 10: The Only Scottish Mongolian

It’s a supersized Superpodcast as David Bixenspan and The Great Brian Last memorialize the late, great Mongolian Stomper/Archie “The Stomper” Gouldie on top of all of the usual antics:

  • We take a historical look at the Wrestling Observer Newsletter’s annual awards.
  • Heath McCoy, the author of Pain and Passion: The History of Stampede Wrestling, joins us to talk about The Stomper’s legendary runs in Calgary.
  • Beau James returns to discuss the legacy of The Mongolian Stomper in Tennessee and the rest of the south.

And much more, including Dennis of the Week with special guest Al Getz.

Here’s this week’s YouTube playlist thanks to Allan Blackstock:

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