Tag Archives: Memphis

Episode 56: They Entered As Boys, And They Left As Men

This week Stick To Wrestling is joined by Howard Baum, co-host of the Kentucky Fried Rasslin’ podcast! Howard was part of the greatest angles of all time, when back in 1984 he presented the New Fabulous Ones an award on the Memphis TV show and all hell broke loose from there.

On this episode John McAdam, Sean Goodwin, and Howard Baum take a look at:

–Adrian Street

–Chick Donovan

–Mil Mascaras

–Duke Keomuka

–Chris Champion

–Bob Backlund

–Memphis wrestling

–The death of Florida wrestling

Plus, 70’s / 80’s children Howard and John moan about today’s youth and cell phones. What are you waiting for? DOWNLOAD THIS BAD BOY!

Stick To Wrestling: Give us sixty minutes, and we’ll give you a WICKED GOOD podcast!

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

Episode 55: Stealing The Show At Wrestlemania XV

This week Stick To Wrestling is joined by Scott Bowden, who is a former manager in Memphis and does the Kentucky Fried Rasslin’ podcast! Discussed on this week’s episode:
 
–Tommy Dreamer, thanks for not going through with that.
 
–Jerry Lawler as a challenger to Bob Backlund? Wait, Jerry Lawler as WWF champion?
 
–Reactions to WWE bringing in Paul Heyman to run RAW and Eric Bischoff to run Smackdown.
 
–So why didn’t Jerry Lawler get a quick run with the AWA title in the early or mid 80’s?
 
–What was the best match Scott Bowden has ever seen live?
 
–What if the Memphis promotion ran Cincinnati? Remember, that city is right on the Kentucky border.
 
–Why Jerry Jarrett turned down a spot on the USA Network in the 80’s.
 
Plus Johnny Mac tells the odd story of how he came to know Scott Bowden. What are you waiting for? DOWNLOAD THIS BAD BOY!
 
Stick To Wrestling: Give us sixty minutes, and we’ll give you a WICKED GOOD podcast!
 
Stick To Wrestling with John McAdam & Sean Goodwin is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network

Episode 16: You’re Not Supposed To Do That With A Cinder Block

John McAdam and Sean Goodwin are joined by Tennessee wrestling expert and published author Beau James. This episode is a true history lesson as Beau walks us through the promotions that ran the state of Tennessee along with other surrounding states. Beau talks about the original split between Jerry Jarrett and Nick Gulas, the story behind Bill Dundee and his wife Beverly both getting their heads shaved, how Lance Russell and Dave Brown became the television hosts for Memphis wrestling, Ricky Morton’s first night in the wrestling business, and so much more. So much great information and funny stories!

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