Wrestlefolks #81: DANIEL EASTMAN

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Daniel Eastman is on the podcast to watch bad wrestling promos on Youtube with me! On this episode…

– Road Warrior Hawk offers Demolition some awful depression solutions
– Demolition runs the height of the Sears Tower to avoid being booped in the head with a cane
– “Rowdy” Roddy Piper tells some jokes about the Iron Sheik; doesn’t stop with the punchlines
– Hacksaw Jim Duggan struggles to yell at his opponents while carrying all of the props

Plus lots of salacious talk about gender rights and wrestling people who have podcasts but talk about dumb stuff!

Want to see the videos we talk about on the podcast? SUBSCRIBE to my Youtube channel HERE and get the playlist before the podcast goes up!

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Wrestlefolks #76: STEVE AMIRI

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Steve Amiri returns to the podcast to watch some weird pro wrestling clips on Youtube, such as…

– Vince McMahon being passive-aggressive towards a wrestler, decades before the Stone Cold Podcast
– Brutus Beefcake almost murders The Ultimate Warrior with hedge clippers – and neither of them notices
– The Undertaker & The Godfather meet up at the 1989 Leather Daddy Convention in Memphis, Tennessee
– The trailer for the new Air Bud WRESTLING MOVIE, Russell Madness (for real)

Follow Steve on Twitter – @SteveAmiri

Want to see the videos we talk about on the podcast? SUBSCRIBE to my Youtube channel HERE and get the playlists every week before the podcast goes up!

Wrestlefolks #74: PAT DRISCOLL

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Comedian/actor/writer PAT DRISCOLL returns to the podcast to watch some weird pro wrestling videos on Youtube, such as…

– NWA President Bruce Tharpe burns a photo of Jushin “Thunder” Liger and melts Japanese hearts
– The Ultimate Warrior leads his team of musclebound tough-guys into Survivor Series 1990, but can’t find the camera for his interview
– Mike Rotunda becomes Michael Wallstreet, a completely original persona

Plus, we chat New Japan’s upcoming WrestleKingdom 9 Tokyo Dome show, Pat’s web series Undisputed, and more!

Follow Pat on Twitter – @patdsez!

Want to see the videos we talk about on the podcast? SUBSCRIBE to my Youtube channel HERE and get the playlists every week before the podcast goes up!

Leave The Memories Alone #6: WWF IN YOUR HOUSE – GOOD FRIENDS, BETTER ENEMIES

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Join comedians Erik Barnes (@ThatErikBarnes) and Nat Baimel (@natbaimel) as they take a look back at the World Wrestling Federation’s April 1996 pay-per-view offering – Good Friends, Better Enemies! Mad Dog Vachon’s fake leg, the Godwinns offering sacrificial pigs to the audience, the Ultimate Warrior not knowing what cigars or chairs are, and more!

Come back on the first Sunday of every month for new episodes of Leave The Memories Alone!

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Wrestlefolks #49: STEVE AMIRI GOES TO WRESTLEMANIA

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Steve Amiri is a kind fellow, one of the funniest tweeters on Twitter, and a huge wrestling fan. He’s on the podcast this week to talk about his big trip to Wrestlemania 30 in New Orleans! Steve goes through his entire weekend, from the quest for a hoodie for an unprepared friend to stuttering to an awkward first meeting with Colt Cabana to turning down free pizza rolls at the Superdome! Oh, and he saw some really good pro wrestling too.

Almost 20,000 followers can’t be wrong – follow Steve and his hilarious tweets! @SteveAmiri – Go! Follow!

Wrestlefolks #34: MIKE LAWRENCE

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Mike Lawrence is a tremendous stand-up comedian and a wrestling fan. We chatted about how awesome wrestling is when everyone’s on cocaine, Mike’s fantastic nWo analogy, Nikolai Volkoff’s poopy tights, the state of Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake in 2013, and more! Check out Mike’s website MikeLawrenceComedy.com and follow him on Twitter @TheMikeLawrence!

Wrestlefolks #26: THE SEPTEMBER KEVIN MARSHALL EPISODE

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Our pal Kevin Marshall (@KevinMarshall) makes his monthly appearance to talk about the Black Scorpion, a child’s appreciation of Arn Anderson, how Hardwork Bobby Walker would interact in 2013 WWE, the unremarkableness of David Sammartino, and more!