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Episode 63: Even With A Broken Arm…

Stick To Wrestling’s Summer Series continues as John McAdam and Sean Good win are joined by Brad Breitzman, and we discuss the territories in the Summer of 1979!

GEORGIA: Bobby Heenan arrives in Georgia and dominates, managing Masked Superstar, Blackjack Lanza, and Killer Karl Kox. Ole Anderson and Ivan Koloff are the lead heels, while Tommy Rich is emerging as a superstar and a contender for the NWA title.

MID-ATLANTIC: Jimmy Snuka turns heel, is managed by the returning Buddy Rogers, and wins the U.S. Title. Ric Flair shockingly turns babyface and is going around the horn teaming with former arch-rival Ricky Steamboat.

FLORIDA: Dusty Rhodes finally wins the NWA title from Harley Race but loses it five days later when Terry Funk appears out of nowhere to “break” Dusty’s arm right before the second title switch. Don’t worry, Booker Dusty makes sure Wrestler Dusty loses via DQ. Manny Fernandez arrives and gets his first big push in a major promotion, whileJim Garvin is also getting a big push as Killer Karl Kox’s protege.

AWA: The highly unusual tag team of Verne Gagne and Mad Dog Vachon are the tag team champions, while Jesse Ventura feuds with Paul Ellering. With Jim Brunzell temporarily off to the Carolinas, Greg Gagne is getting a major singles push as a challenger to Nick Bockwinkel.

MEMPHIS: Jerry Lawler and Bill Dundee went around the horn with two brash youngsters named Michael Hayes and Terry Gordy before Lawler turns heel. Also teaming: the sibling duo of Terry and Eddie Boulder, brother!

MID-SOUTH WRESTLING: This promotion was gaining momentum, drawing over 15,000 to the Superdome twice. Bill Watts and Mr. Wrestling II were the lead babyfaces, and superstars such as Andre The Giant and Dusty Rhodes were making special appearances.

There’s more, including a special birthday shoutout. What are you waiting for? DOWNLOAD THIS BAD BOY!

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Stick To Wrestling with John McAdam & Sean Goodwin is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network.

Episode 31: We Now Know Blood in Wrestling Is Fake

This week on Stick To Wrestling John McAdam and Sean Goodwin are joined by Brad Breitzman, a show favorite who grew up in AWA country and is a former contributor for the Pro Wrestling Torch. Brad shares his fandom of the recently passed Gene Okerlund and his views as an AWA fan in the early 80’s.

There’s more!

-How Gene Okerlund was the man who got Jesse Ventura over, and Bobby Heenan even more over.
-Why Verne Gagne wasn’t a fan of the Apter Mags.
-What a celebrity Gene Okerlund was in AWA country BEFORE he left for the WWF.
-How getting old sucks, and one of the worst parts of it is seeing the heroes you grew up worshiping passing on.
-When we all found out when the blood was real, and when the wrestlers changed identities.
-How Vince McMahon monkey-wrenched WrestleRock ’86. And was Prince going to perform as part of that show? Yes, that Prince.
-Brad tells the grossest non female period blood story ever.
-An old story Paul E. told Johnny Mac about how out of touch Verne was in the late 80’s. Hogan calls the local Minneapolis radio station to say that’s he’d won the REAL “world title”.
Plus: McAdam taunts Alabama football!

It’s a very cool discussion. Actually, it’s wicked cool! Every week give us sixty minutes and we’ll give you a killer podcast – STICK TO WRESTLING!

Stick To Wrestling with John McAdam & Sean Goodwin is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network.

Episode 29: The Top Ten Wrestlers Of The 80’s

Johnny Mac and Seanny G are once again joined by Braddy B- Brad Breitzman, who was such a hit last week we had to have him back to continue discussing out 80’s awards-themed show- The Stickies! Brad lived in the AWA region and added great knowledge and perspective to the conversation.

We rank the top ten wrestlers of the 1980’s and share random thoughts and observations on Buddy Landell, Nick Bockwinkel, Bob Backlund, Sgt. Slaughter, Tully Blanchard, Harley Race, Barry Windham, Dusty Rhodes, Nick Bockwinkel, Junkyard Dog, Jerry Lawler, Randy Savage, Curt Hennig, Ted Dibiase, Andre The Giant, Roddy Piper, Hulk Hogan, and Ric Flair.

It’s a very cool discussion. Actually, it’s wicked cool!

Every week give us sixty minutes and we’ll give you a killer podcast- STICK TO WRESTLING!

Stick To Wrestling with John McAdam & Sean Goodwin is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network.

Episode 28: The Cocoon Of Negativity

This week on the only WICKED GOOD wrestling podcast John McAdam and Sean Goodwin are joined by longtime fan and friend Brad Breitzman, as we present the first part of our year end awards show- The Stickies! But since our listeners wouldn’t be interested in the Best Of / Worst Of 2018, we do the Best Of / Worst Of the 1980’s. We debate and discuss:

–Most Underrated Wrestler of the 80’s.
–Overrated Wrestler of the 80’s.
–Best Feud of the 80’s.
–Worst Manager of the 80’s.
–Worst Gimmick of the 80’s.
–Best Heel of the 80’s.
–Most Overrated Wrestler of the 80’s.
–Best Heel of the 80’s.
–Biggest Shock of the 80’s.
–Worst Manager of the 80’s. And more!

This episode also references Jerry Aldini AND Tony Clifton, so how can you not listen at least twice? Every week give us sixty minutes and we’ll give you a killer podcast- STICK TO WRESTLING!

Stick To Wrestling with John McAdam & Sean Goodwin is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network.