STICK TO WRESTLING is once again joined by popular guest Randy Smith, who attended the 1991 Great American Bash with John McAdam. We discuss the Bash from thirty years ago and we hit on the following points:
–The fans in Baltimore were mad at the promotion, far angrier than it came across on TV.
–There was a wrestler named Oz who was managed by someone named The Wizard. No, really. But Oz would go on to make millions in the wrestling business.
–Scaffold Matches were an odd combination of being both very boring and extremely dangerous, and on this night the company wasted three elite talents in such a match.
–Diamond Dallas Page was as big and tall as Scott Hall, which means he’s too big and tall to be a manager.
–The second coming of The Yellow Dog was a complete travesty. We explain why, and provide the history of the gimmick.
–The Rock & Roll Express rarely had a bad match, but they did on this night: against each other. Robert Gibson was still only 32 years old here, but he looked completely washed up.
Plus Johnny Mac spends much of the hour kicking around the booking tactics of Dusty Rhodes, 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 rawboned and wicked good podcast.
Produced by Lou Kipilman
Stick To Wrestling with John McAdam is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network