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On this episode of Have A Nice Day, I’m joined by Ryan Carse, the editor of the amazing Tag Rope Magazine to talk all about Saturday Morning SmackDown, the origin of The Tag Rope and tape-trading with his auntie!
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.
I’m joined by cartoonist extraordinaire, John S. Troutman to talk all about the Royal Rumble, his blasphemous comic that he’s going to hell for, and what it was like to begin watching wrestling in the heart of the WCW Invasion.
The very first Have A Nice Day guest, Robert Newsome of The Atomic Elbow, returns to the show for what have been the start of year two if I maintained a weekly schedule. In a very conversational episode we talk about New Japan, DDT, CHIKARA and the highs and lows of wrestling entrance themes.
It’s the first episode of 2015 and we’re kicking it off with Christopher Bird talking all about the longest running wrestling awards on the internet, The Theszies!
[NOTE: There are some audio issues that couldn’t be fixed in this episode. I explain it more before the episode starts, but basically I didn’t want to waste Christopher’s time by not uploading the episode and it’s not the biggest problem once you get used to it.]
Instead of spending Christmas evening alone, Danielle Matheson and I decided to get drunk on Skype and hang out for a bit. We recorded part of it as a podcast, which is this. I’d like to tell you what we spoke about, but I’ve no idea. I’m pretty hungover.
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.
We’re wrapping up the month-long odyssey through WCW’s Halloween Havocs with 1998, The Nitro Girls, Rick Steiner’s amazing Monopoly pieces, and a match considered one of the worst of all time.
Carrying on the all-October-long journey through a random assortment of WCW’s Halloween Havocs has brought us to 1993, which features a wheel, a deal and the greatest three minutes in wrestling history.