Ahead of the huge CHIKARA UK tour beginning on April 3rd, CHIKARA’s senior official Bryce Remsburg sat down with me to talk about the growth of the promotion, his role within the company and what British fans can expect when CHIKARA hits our shores.
It’s the milestone fiftieth episode, and an episode this huge needs two huge guests! This week I’m joined by Max Smashmaster and Blaster McMassive of the 2014 Kings of Trios, The Devastation Corporation.
In this monumental episode, Max and Blaster reveal how they hooked up with Sidney Bakabella, the surprising reason for Flex Rumblecrunch’s recruitment and the shocking revelation about why they’re really with The Flood.
This week I’m joined by gear-maker extraordinaire Hayley Jane to talk about Closet Champion and her upcoming third album, Devil Makes Three.
So, I went to America.
Over the course of four days, I saw one TNA Impact taping and then all three nights of CHIKARA’s King of Trios. This episode is a collection of post-show recordings with Danielle Matheson, Chris Sims, Kyle Starks and Gavin Jasper. One of them was done in a Waffle House.
Easily the greatest weekend of my life. Thank you to everyone that made it so very special.
I’m joined this week by new friend and awesome writer dude Andrew Johnson to talk about the importance of VHS cover art and the impact it can have on a child’s brain, and the crushing guilt that came from a private chat with one of his (and my) personal heroes
This episode also contains one of the scummiest stories about an ECW original, and make sure you listen to the end, because… I’m afraid I’ve got some bad news.
It’s a great show this week, as I delve into one of professional wrestling’s most overlooked and underappreciated aspects, photography, with indie wrestling shutterbug Zia Hilty!
Over the course of the episode we chat about the New Generation of WWE, the best and worst of WCW, Marty Jannetty’s hair, Rick Rude punching a bear and what it’s like to be on the receiving end of Tursas’ rage!
We’re settling back into our regular, tried and true format this week, as I’m joined by the artist of Copernicus Jones: Robot Detective, Kevin Warren!
This one’s a long time coming, because after thirty-four weeks of podcasting, we finally get around to talking about e-feds! Plus, we get into the appeal of “cool-guy-heels”, the Monday Night Wars, and Kevin’s reactions to his first CHIKARA ever show.
With CHIKARA’s You Only Live Twice only days away, I was lucky enough to chat with “The Master of 1000 Holds” himself, Mike Quackenbush ahead of CHIKARA’s big comeback on May 25th. Over the course of the episode, we get into his commitment to storytelling, the relationship between CHIKARA and its fans, the necessity of accessibility and availability of wrestling content and… Scott Steiner?! Continue reading Episode 32: Mike Quackenbush
You Only Live Twice is only two weeks away, so I sat back down with previous guest Leonard F. Chikarason for an in-depth chat about his own thoughts and feeling on CHIKARA’s shut-down and ressurection, as well as the future of the promotion.
We also talked a bunch about comic books, so keep listening through the end music for another twenty minutes of chat from myself and Mr. Chikarason.
It’s week two of CHIKARA month at Have A Nice Day, and this week I’m joined by Babs of the CHIKARA in 15 Minutes or Less podcast.
We get into the pitfalls of being a female wrestling fan in the early nineties, and bond over a mutual love of John Morrison. It’s mostly CHIKARA though, as we go over Babs’ history with the company, the inspiration for her podcast, and look forward to You Only Live Twice and beyond.