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Episode 240: We Want Wrestling

This week STICK TO WRESTLING is joined by popular returning guest Thomas Bane, and we discuss listeners questions from the year of 1998 in pro wrestling! On the docket:

–1998 was the year of Stone Cold Steve Austin. Did we see his rise coming and did we think he’d be the mega star he became?
–What was the exact moment that we as fans sensed that the tide had turned in the Monday Night War, and it appeared that the WWF was going to come out on top?
–After Wrestlemania, Mick Foley turned heel and challenged Stone Cold for the title as Austin’s first program. Was heel Dude Love the correct choice?
–If Steve Williams had not been injured in the Brawl For All, would his scheduled feud with Steve Austin be a memorable one that we would still be talking about today?
–In January 1998, Nitro became the first show to go to 3 hours. Is that too long for a wrestling program?
–Who should have broken Goldberg’s winning streak?

Plus Johnny Mac shares his favorite Hulk Hogan story, so what are you waiting for? Download and listen to this wicked good podcast today!

STICK TO WRESTLING…give us sixty minutes and perhaps indeed, we’ll give you a rawbone wrestling podcast!

Produced by Lou Kipilman

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