This episode will remind you of the classic film “Full Metal Jacket”, which felt like two separate movies.
The first half of this episode is the second part of our talk with Bob Parsons, where we touch upon:
–Could JCP have been saved by getting a booker other than Dusty Rhodes?
–Who have we been around that has the greatest mind for wrestling?
–What’s the one match do we wish were available on video?
–What if Southwest Championship Wrestling remained on USA Network?
–How small can a wrestler be while being taken seriously?
Then popular guest Brandon Hefner joins Stick To Wrestling, where we talk about the Mid-South Wrestling episode from April 2, 1981 that was recently uploaded to YouTube. We talk Don Diamond, Jim Wilson, Junkyard Dog, Mid-South’s top-flight undercard talent, the Ernie Ladd and Leroy Brown tag team, Ashura Hara, loaded boot gimmicks, state titles, Frank Dusek, Kelly Kiniski, the end of the masked wrestler era, the unmasking of The 1981 Black Demon, Jimmy Garvin’s size differential vs Leroy Brown, Bill Watts as a commentator, and Erik Watts big decision.
Plus Bob Geigel gets lots of love, so what are you waiting for? Download and listen to this WICKED GOOD bad boy!
STICK TO WRESTLING, give us sixty minutes and perhaps indeed we’ll 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