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Episode 85: Bruno Sammartino; Human Lawn Dart

This week’s Stick To Wrestling centers around the August 7, 1976 WWWF show from Madison Square Garden. We discuss:

–The reaction toward Stan Hansen after he broke Bruno’s neck.

–Vince McMahon’s as a straightforward 1970’s announcer.

–Why Bob Backlund was selected as the heir to Bruno Sammartino’s throne.

–A young Bruiser Brody’s obvious and immense potential

–Why state athletic commissions STINK.

–The great finish to the Bruno Sammartino vs Stan Hansen cage match.

–Was the year of 1976 the apex of WWWF wrestling in the 1970’s?

–The roles of guys like Johnny Rodz, S.D. Jones, Kevin Sullivan, Johnny Rivera, etc.

–How obvious it was that The Executioners were Killer Kowalski and Chuck O’Connor.

Plus Johnny Mac shares a silly and forgotten Stan Hansen angle. What are you waiting for? Download and listen to the WICKED GOOD BAD BOY.

Stick To Wrestling- give us sixty minutes, and perhaps indeed we will give you a RAWBONE podcast.

Produced by Lou Kipilman

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

Episode 19: The Day Dusty Got a Signed Baseball From a Mexican Little League Team

Part Two of John McAdam and Sean Goodwin’s analysis of the 25 greatest angles in the history of Championship Wrestling from Florida, this time digging into the top ten. We also talk about the effect of Kevin Sullivan’s “cult” angle, Don Muraco’s ascent to stardom, the inherent craziness of Joe LeDuc, Paul Jones as Mr. Florida, Karl Kox as a constant entertainer, John being introduced to Jim Garvin’s character, wrestlers complaining about payoffs, the angle that launced Dusty Rhodes into superstardom. Which angle was Number One? Listen and find out!

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