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We are the Ultimate Feuding Champions! Our names are Michael, Danny, and Scott and we debate and, well, feud, on the latest and greatest of the Ultimate Fighting Championship! Please tune in every Monday to hear our latest episode and if you are interested to calling in and being a guest on our upcoming episode, please send an email to ultimatefeudingchampionship@gmail.com
 
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The Doctor of Style, Slick was one of the most entertaining managers during the Golden Era of Professional Wresting. He stood alongside some of the biggest heels in the business including: Nikolai Volkoff, The Iron Sheik, Akeem, The Big Boss Man, Power and Glory and The Warlord. Today we talk to the man himself as we relive some of our favorite mem…
 
The Independent Superstars of Pro Wrestling rumbled their way thru Totowa, New Jersey and we have the results! Champions were crowned, titles were defended, HUGE suprise appearances, and an ending NOBODY saw coming! Today we break down the latest ISPW show and look ahead to Christmas Chaos taking place December 10th at St. Anthony's Church Gym in B…
 
On today's episode, we take a look back at the career of the "Excellence of Execution", Bret "The Hitman" Hart. Bret was an amazing technical wrestler who's ability to tell stories inside the squared circle helped him transition from a tagteam wrestler to an accomplished singles superstar. He was unquestionable the leader of the "New Generation" an…
 
Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum Andre! Known as the Eighth Wonder of the World - Andre the Giant was the living embodiment of a wrestler being "Larger than Life." Throughout the ’70s and well into the ’80s, Andre was the industry's leading attraction, towering over the competition at seven feet, four inches and tipping the scales at a gargantuan 500-plus pounds. Whe…
 
Who would you have LOVED to see square off against eachother? Two fan favorites? Two heels? We're dreaming with our eyes wide open as we talk about the matches we would have loved to see! Call it 'Fantasy Booking', call it 'Dream Matches' - whatever you want to name it, we're talking about it LIVE on today's episode of 80's Wrestling - The Podcast!…
 
Not only did we grow up during the Golden Era of Professional Wrestling...we also grew up during the Golden Era of Toys! Throughout the 80's and into the 90's toy makers were looking for anything from ' pop culture' that they could turn into a toy. From AWA, NWA / WCW to the WWF - wrestling figures were THE toy leading the charge! We talk about the…
 
“Ricky Steamboat had everything — charisma, work rate, intensity and one of the best bodies in our business," WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair once said of his greatest rival. "He was just amazing." Often referred to as "a wrestler's wrestler" Steamboat was a gifted performer who could have an outstanding match with anybody. His in-ring abilities and pe…
 
Known as one of the greatest technical wrestlers of the era, Mr. Perfect was a heel character that was, well....perfect. He could have a great match with anybody and often had the best technical match on the card. His antics outside the ring are just as fondly remembered as his action inside the ring. On today's episode we talk about our memories a…
 
Broadcasting LIVE from 'Parts Unkown' - Jumpin' Jay & Tommy Fierro share their favorite memories from the career of the Ultimate Warrior! One of the most colorful and intriguing characters in the history of professional wrestling- The Ultimate Warrior stormed onto the wrestling scene and will forever be remembered by fans of this Golden Era. We tal…
 
It's our 'cup of coffe in the big time' as we reminisce about the Macho Man Randy Savage. From his heel run, to his face turn, and back and forth again - what were our favorite moments, matches and opponents of one of the greatest of all time! Tommy & Jumpin' Jay talk all things 'Macho Madness' and take calls LIVE from our listeners.…
 
He started as one of the most hated villains to ever climb into the squared circle. He finished as one of the most beloved entertainers of all time. Whether it was in the ring or on the mic - nobody did it like the "HotRod." Rowdy Roddy Piper was instrumental in launching the nationwide wrestling craze in the 80's. Tommy and 'Jumpin' Jay' talk bout…
 
Wrestling fans can argue for hours about who the greatest pro wrestler of all time is. When it comes to wrestling managers, however, few will argue that anyone did it better than Bobby Heenan. Whether he was ring side for a match involving one of his "family members" - or sitting alongside Gorilla Monsoon, Bobby Heenan was always entertaining. Toda…
 
Ahhh the finishing move, the one move that rendered you opponent helpless and gauranteed you the victory. Wrestlers would spend all match setting up their finishing move and once they executed it...it was all over. Back in the 80's it was extremely rare that a wrestler kicked out after a finishing move was performed - they were treated as "special.…
 
Being a referee in any competitive sport is not an easy job - but it's a job that needs to be respected. In the wild world of "sports entertainment" the task of the referee is a combination of rule enforcer, time manager, storyline assistant & information distributor. However, at least to the viewing audience, the primary function of a "referee" is…
 
There's a few match types that always catch a wrestling fans attention - iron man, cage, and of course - the battle royal! It's an every-man-for-himself, over-the-top-rope battle to be the last man standing. Full of non-stop action, the battle royal is a great "special attraction" match that keeps fans glued to the screen. Tommy & Jay talk about th…
 
The World Heavyweight Championship tended to be held by the wrestler who had the biggest "draw" - but the Intercontintental Championship was often reserved for the best in-ring performer at the time. Throughout the 1980's & early 90's the IC Title carried a great deal of prestige and the wrestlers who wore that belt were known for having some of th…
 
We're heading into the 4th of July weekend by discussing the wrestlers that loved their country! The golden era of wrestling was full of wrestlers that defended the honor of their nation against all-comers. Whether they were standing up for the red, white and blue or representing a foreign nation - these performers were patriotic to the core. Tommy…
 
Remember the excitement of seeing the newest edition of your favorite Pro Wrestling magazine? The covers. The posters. The articles. The feeling of turning each page to discover what was next - reading it cover to cover. Wrestling magazines gave us an "inside look" into the world of professional wrestling beyond what we saw on Saturday mornings. Fo…
 
Tommy is the driving force behind 80s Wrestling Con and Monday Night Virtual, He is the owner & operator of the Wrestling Collector - a pro wrestling superstore, He manages multiple social media accounts with over half a million followers, He hosts this podcast and he is set to relaunch an independent wrestling promotion - all while being a down-to…
 
The Golden Era of Pro Wrestling saw some of the industries most iconic "heel" wrestlers - from talkers like "Ric Flair" to monsters like "Vader" - we talk about some of our favorites. We discuss what makes a great heel character and why heels may not be as effective in today's wrestling scene. Tommy Sheik stops by for what may be his last visit to …
 
When it came to merchandise, ss fans of 80's Wrestling, we were spoiled! We saw action figures, posters, lunch boxes, foam figures, alarm clocks and everything in between! Fans of the Golden Era of grown to be some of the biggest collectors of vintage wrestling items! Jumpin' Jay and Tommy stroll down memory lane and talk about their favorite wrest…
 
We head into Memorial Day Weekend by taking a look at the most patriotic-themed WrestleMania of all time. We break down the card match by match and discuss some moments that would go on to be historically significant. We conclude the show with asking "Shiek Tommy" what his Memorial Day plans are.By 80s Wrestling The Podcast
 
WrestleMania 4 was a unique card designed as a followup to the insanely well-recieved WrestleMania 3. The main event featured, a one-night, 14 Man -Single-Elimination-Tournament for the WWF Heavyweight Championship, in which Randy Savage defeated "The Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase to win the vacant title. Some believe it is the event that propell…
 
The role of the wrestling manager reached it's peak in the 1980's. Their job included speaking on the mic, working up the crowd, distracting the ref, and even interferring in matches on behalf of their wrestlers. Being an effective manager took talent - and the 1980's saw some of the best to ever do it. Tommy and Jay break down their favorites. As …
 
We are joined by former Olympian, Strongman & WWE Legend Ken Patera! Ken holds nothing back as he shares stories about his days as an Olympic Weightlifter, his in-ring career and even recalls what it was like drinking with Andre the Giant & living in "The Original Animal House" with Ric Flair! All that plus Jumping Jay attempts to ask Tommy Sheik a…
 
JJ Dillion is most remembered as one of the most successful managers in proffessional wrestling. He guided many wrestlers to singles and tag titles in the NWA. Dillon achieved his greatest success as the manager of the Four Horsemen which consisted of Nature Boy Ric Flair, Tully Blanchard, Arn Anderson , Ole Anderson, Lex Luger and Barry Windham. J…
 
We welcome special guests Evan Husney & Jason Eisener- creators of Viceland's hit series "The Dark Side of the Ring" to the podcast. The Dark Side of the Ring series focuses on controversial subjects and events within the realm of professional wrestling. With two amazing seasons already in the books - fans are anxiously looking ahead to season thre…
 
The Franchis Shane Douglas held a dozen championships between ECW, WCW, and the WWF. As ECW Champion, he holds the records for most combined days as champion (874) and the longest single reign (406 days). Jumping Jay and Tommy are joined by The Franchis Shane Douglas to talk about his carrer inside the squared circle. Listen to the end to enjoy our…
 
We are joined by WWE Hall of Famer and Legend, The Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase! Ted shares stories about his involvement with WrestleMania's 4 - 9. Ted talks about his iconic matches with Randy Savage, Jake the Snake, Virgil and Hogan. This is a can't miss episode for fans of 80's wrestling!By 80s Wrestling The Podcast
 
Jumpin' Jay and Tommy kick off "The Road to Virtual Mania" by talking about one of the most impactful wrestlers from the Golden Era - Jake the Snake Roberts. From his ring psychology, his promos, and his patented DDT - nobody did it like Jake the Snake. We end the show playing "Name that Feud" with Tommy - play along and see how many feuds you can …
 
Jay and Tommy talk about one of the most influential wrestling programs ever produced, Saturday Night's Main Event. SNME was used to launch stars, further storylines, create main stream buzz & set the wrestling scene on fire! We talk about the importance of the show, reminiscence about some of our favorite moments, and relive the excitement of SNME…
 
Jumpin' Jay & Tommy are joined by former WWF host and interviewer Craig DeGeorge! Craig was host of classic 80's segments like WWF Special Report and Spotlight. Craig talks about his time in the World Wrestling Federation, gives insights into how things were done and plays the "Name Association" game!!…
 
You know them, you love them & you still sing them in the shower! The theme songs in the 80's were catchy and unforgettable! A Wrestler's Theme Music was an extention of their character. A good theme song would get a reaction from the crowd before a wrestler even came through the curtain. Jumpin' Jay & Tommy take a look back at ( and maybe sing alo…
 
Jay and Tommy discuss the "Props" that Made 80's Wrestling something special. From Big Boss Man's Nightstick to Jim Duggans 2x4 - these props helped define characters while bringing a little something extra to certain matches. Were these items a necessity? Or just an excuse to bring a foreign object to ringside for "insurance". Let's discuss!…
 
Tommy & Jay sit down with 80s Wrestling Superstar - Bill Eadie. Bills updates us on his health as he continues to recover from Covid-19, his career as the Masked Superstar and as part of the legendary tag team Demolition! This is a can't miss 80s Wrestling conversation!By 80s Wrestling The Podcast
 
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