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Episode 23: Viewer Mail

This week Johnny and Seanny answer questions from you, the listeners!

-What was the biggest riot each of us have ever witnessed?

-Who do we think is the best manager of all time?

-How would you guys have re-booked the WWF title situation in 1997 in order to avoid having to screw Bret Hart?

-Who would have managed Abdullah The Butcher, Kabuki, Pak Song, Nick Bockwinkel, Gino Hernandez, The Grappler, Killer Karl Kox, and Dick Murdoch in the WWF during the Bruno / Backlund eras?

-What was the biggest work in wrestling history?

And more!

Tune in every week for STICK TO WRESTLING, the only WICKED COOL wrestling podcast!

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.

Episode 18: Oh, no…Dusty got screwed out of the NWA title again!

This week John McAdam and Sean Goodwin begin their discussion on the 25 greatest angles in the history of Championship Wrestling from Florida. As usual, the hour flies by as we have so much to talk about, not only the angles themselves, but the legends who participated in them such as The Funks, The Briscos, Johnny Valentine, Ernie Ladd, Harley Race, and so many more including the American Dream himself, Dusty Rhodes. Then of course we bring up the Red Sox vs Yankees series because we can’t follow simple instructions and STICK TO WRESTLING!

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.

Episode 15: The Stick To Wrestling Listeners Demand Answers

John McAdam and Sean Goodwin are back for the most recent installment of the “Stick To Wrestling” podcast where we answer YOUR questions! What did ECW need to do to succeed nationally? What if Jim Crockett did not sell to Ted Turner? How on earth did a supercard with a lineup as weak as Wrestlemania I succeed? What if WCW won the war? Where are Brian Last’s pants? Not to guilt trip anyone, we would NEVER do that, but John and Sean missed the Browns vs Jets game to tackle (see what we did there?) these important questions!

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

Episode 14: Buddy Landel Did Not Need To Travel To Hawaii To Hang Ten

John McAdam and Sean Goodwin are back for the final installment of the “Stick To Wrestling” three part series featuring all things 1985 World Championship Wrestling, Mid-Atlantic Wrestling, and Georgia Championship Wrestling.

We dive deep into Starrcade ’85 and the big angles that led up to it including the historic angle where Flair shows a lack of gratitude by turning on Dusty right after Rhodes saves Ric from the Koloffs (of course McAdam sides with Flair here).

There’s are also debates on whether they turned the right wrestler for Starrcade, and whether or not the title should have legitimately changed hands that night. Plus there’s a brief aside on Kerry Von Erich and wrestling memorabilia. Wrestling is stuck to us, so we STICK TO WRESTLING!

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

Episode 13: Magnum T.A. Gracelessly Mishandling Being Given An Unwanted Gift

John McAdam and Sean Goodwin are back for part two of the “Stick To Wrestling” three part series featuring all things 1985 World Championship Wrestling, Mid-Atlantic Wrestling, and Georgia Championship Wrestling. We discuss all of the big angles, how Dusty was at one point so good at identifying unknown talents and turning them into stars, the former Georgia guys who stayed and the guys who would up elsewhere, and much more. Plus Johnny Mac spends about ninety seconds discussing the latest Colin Kaepernick controversy. Just ninety seconds? Dudes, we STICK TO WRESTLING!

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

Episode 12: Black Saturday Was Worth It

Sean Goodwin is back! He and John McAdam discuss the 1985 JCP / Mid-Atlantic product, the promotion’s take over of the TBS and what led to it, Dusty Rhodes’ early days as booker for Mid-Atlantic after leaving Florida, Ole Anderson’s 1985 heel turn, and much more. It’s an interesting, informative, yet informal discussion as usual!

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

Episode 9: Men Without Hats: McAdam, Goodwin & The Great Brian Last

John McAdam and Sean Goodwin are joined by The Great Brian Last, who is the first to sit in Stick To Wrestling’s guest chair! We discuss the year in wrestling that was 1983, the final time the territories existed peacefully- well, sort of. In hindsight there were plenty of writing on the subway wall telling us that the wrestling world would soon be radically changing and that the “War of ‘84“ was inevitable. Download, listen, and discover that it really wasn’t Vincent Kennedy McMahon who killed the territories, despite any claims to the contrary.

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