This week’s IN THE ROOM features a special, sitdown interview with B Brian Blair. Check it out to hear Brian’s close involvement with the fantastic Cauliflower Alley Club, plus comparing politics to wrestling, comparing Rock n Wrestling to the Attitude Era (and today), and all the ins and outs of his great career. Plus, ECWA’s Coach Jim Shorts calls in to talk about his shocking betrayal of Meisure Ooh La La at ECWA Toys for Tots in December, and Brady Hicks, The Stro, Kathie Fitz, and Derrick McDonald talk the Macho Man in the WWE Hall of Fame, if his family should go in, and WWE’s re-airing of Tough Enough on the WWE Network. All that, and so … much … more! Thanks, as always, for the support!
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Here it is: episode #4 of the dance sensation that’s sweepin’ the internet wrestling podcast nation! Kevin and Young John are back in usual formation and poised to entertain with a special, extra-lengthy addition of BSH.
Topics this week include Billy Corgan’s Resistance Pro, the punk rock ‘n wrestling connection, possible WrestleMania 28 appearances for The Golden Twins (Goldberg and Goldust), and much, much more! Plus, hear your two hosts give their thoughts on the nominees for the 2011 Who’s Slammy Who awards. Can it get any better? (Yes. It gets better every week.)
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This week IN THE ROOM, Brady Hicks, DJ, and Kevin McElvaney are joined by a special guest as Young John returns to the program. Together, the gang recounts all that they enjoyed – and all that miffed them – about this year’s WrestleMania show, from buildup to final fadeout. Listen as the gang goes in depth about The Rock/John Cena situation, The Undertaker/Triple-H match and what worked (and didn’t), and the disappointing elimination of Daniel Bryan/Sheamus from the televised card. Plus, Brady talks some Hall of Fame, and previews NEXT WEEK’s special guest.
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Tammy Sytch: Are the Sunny Days Back Again?
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Get out that suntan lotion. We’re ALL in for some Sunny days these next few weeks as WWE prepares to make Tammy Sytch its youngest-ever inductee into the Hall of Fame at the age of just 38. Throughout the 1990’s, I was a huge fan of Sunny, much like any other red-blooded male who watched her on TV. Since the time I started chipping in at Pro Wrestling Illustrated as a Contributing Writer, though, I came to know her on a much more personal level. We were never close friends, but I did have many opportunities to talk to her on a number of different shows, appearances, and conventions over the years. Or, rather … I had always only had the chance to talk to TAMMY SYTCH.
It wasn’t until this past Sunday at a show in Voorhees, New Jersey that I FINALLY got to meet Sunny.
This week, upcoming WWE Hall of Famer Tammy “Sunny” Sytch comes IN THE ROOM to talk with Brady Hicks about being the youngest inductee in WWE’s history, plus her thoughts on becoming somewhat involved with WWE once again, and her hosting duties for April’s ECWA Super 8 tournament. All that, plus Brady and the gang talks WrestleMania and Christian’s possible involvement, other WrestleMania/Hall of Fame news, and Jeff Hardy’s current situation. Check it out at thebradyhicks.com!
- DJ’s Scumbag link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puIFKxVxAww
- Kevin’s Scumbag link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRmLoIsGq2A
As we all know the WWE Hall of Fame is a difficult thing to get your head around. It is as much as an angle as anything else. The people that are in it that probably don’t deserve to be VS those that should be but aren’t and some that won’t ever be makes the whole thing difficult to gauge when talking about who should and shouldn’t go in. Here is a list of some people that I think have a legitimate claim to being allowed in based on their contributions to wrestling and who most people wouldn’t give a moments thought to. Continue reading
East Coast Wrestling Association, Voorhees, New Jersey–As announced this week by Brady Hicks on the IN THE ROOM podcast on thebradyhicks.com and ECWA official Joe Zanolle on 1wrestlingradio.com, newly announced WWE Hall of Fame candidate Tammy “Sunny” Sytch will be the host of this year’s ECWA Super 8 tournament.
For Sytch, the journey to the Super 8 has been a long and winding one. A longtime valet in WWE ECW,WCW, and a number of independent promotions, Sytch went from a virtual unknown in the wrestling world (if not for the work of Pro Wrestling Illustrated) to one of WWE’s most popular performers and–in many people’s eyes–WWE’s ORIGINAL Diva. Now … she can add Hall of Famer to her list of accolades. Continue reading
Rich Jones checks in with the first ever episode of Minding The Business! A must listen for any fan of wrestling through the years. Take it all in as Rich breaks down Raw and its implications on WrestleMania and the WWE Hall of Fame.
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Some food for thought from my friend–and Wrestling-Online Newsletter editor–Colin Vasallo. I can remember a few yeas ago when Shawn suggested Bret could one day induct him, and everybody laughed. It’s funny how things can change over time.
Appearing on the LAW audio show, WWE Hall of Famer Bret “Hit Man” Hart said that if he is asked to induct Shawn Michaels into the
Hall of Fame this year he would have no problem at all. “The truth is Shawn was a great wrestler and I had a lot of great matches with him. I’m proud of some of the great memories I had with Shawn and I would be happy to induct him into the Hall of Fame if they asked me to,” the former WWE champion said. Hart buried the hatchet with Michaels last year during a powerful segment on the first Monday Night RAW of 2010, Bret’s first WWE television appearance since November 1997.