17 Burst results for "Florida Championship"

"florida championship" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Thanks. I just wanted. I just wanna put you over diamond Dallas page. I think you're also man I've been I've been a fan for twenty years even before that, you know, back to the Awa days. So. It's going to be on the same show is diamond Dallas page. I was like this is unbelievable. And I think what you've done post wrestling has been so commendable, and the hell that you you've helped so many people, and and you know, it's inspirational I really want you to know that. And you've inspired a lot of people me included. Thank you, brother. I appreciate that. Thank you, Tim. I appreciate that. Glad you had your moment in and oh. DDP there's about there's a line out the door of people who wanna talk to you. So I'll go to phones early next hour for other people to join the conversation. But I'll hog you. In the meantime, because I read your book, and I enjoyed it quite a bit. And I look forward to talking more about that. And at your career, but I will start by saying I can't keep track of all of the names of all the letters of all of the league's you. So all just call it, your WWE pretty much everything today to it all kind of falls, my whole of fame ring is from WWE. So. Well, and and your, but you you spent so many years at various stages as a manager working your way up and then while you were a bouncer. The you were starting to wrestle, and then you've got into the ring in a big way yourself, and then you jumped leagues and everything, and I it will get lost on me pretty fast. But I will tell you this even though I I'm not an aficionado like so many other people are I did see you wrestle undertaker. In one of those quad matches whatever the it was mayhem total mayhem. That's all. There is like Brown two thousand or two thousand and one right? Right around there for people who are listening. You don't know my career. You know what I did? I I didn't start wrestling until I was thirty five thirty five and a half years old is when I actually embarked on my wrestling career before that I was a Kim said I was in the Awa I was a manager. I was a color commentator. I actually tried wrestling when I was twenty two, but it didn't really work out for me. I hurt my knee. And he got me when I hurt my knee got me into the bar business, which I was already, but I the run my first rock and roll bar. So I sorta got derail off my goal. And then I came back when I was thirty one, and I was running big nightclubs by that time, but I was more of a talker for the for the wrestlers. And because I didn't know how to Russell. And I worked in the Awa that's where I got my start Greg gone yet. Brought me in Awa pull out the Vegas once a month, and we filmed four shows and eventually I came into. Florida championship wrestling with dusty Rhodes and does teach we under his wing, and I finally got my opportunity in Ted Turner's world championship wrestling at thirty five is a manager between because of the long blonde air crazy close in the blame in the rap and the diamond dolls. Well, I was overshadowing the wrestlers. So I was five months into my one year contract, and they told me based I couldn't manage anymore because I was overshadow in the boys. I said I never got into this business because I wanted to be a manager. I was a little kid. I wanted to be a wrestler. So I took that seven months I left on my contract. And I went down to a place called the power plant, and I learned how to wrestled in the in the beginning when you start out they beat the hell out of you. 'cause they they try to run you off. Right. And you know, I I'm not the kinda guy you can really run off. Five more years of my career finally took off when I was forty four. I like that part of the book actually, you talked about how the power plant became your home and even as your career with spiraling upward. You still kept coming back to the power plant, even though you might have even outgrown it to a point. But he was a good touchstone for you as you got more and more famous am, I think it's it's the same in just about every business or anything you do. I would go back, and I would teach the younger guys. And I and I learned that the more you taught someone more you learn the more you learn the better you get and I think that applies to everything. So we're going to get to have a really curious about. This this. I mean, I wouldn't say I mean, you you kind of tripped onto it, right? Because I know your your first wife brought you into into yoga, but I I was enjoying very much reading the stories of people who really did get outta wheelchairs, and you've you've found something that takes it up to another level. And it has kind of this sort of weird Licey weird bit unusual spiritual residents where people then find kind of a whole new self within them within the during the during the process of healing physically. So I want to get to that second. But before I do I wanted to pass on condolences. I'm assuming that mean, gene was a friend of yours from all those years of floating around in similar circles. And we just lost him a couple of weeks ago. Right. I literally was memorial. I went to Florida from Atlanta. And gene was a dear friend of mine, and I got to get back together. With the guy who gave me my first break ever, Greg ganja, and we have from gene's funeral have gotten so much closer because we just both happen to be there. And it was it was feel like Jean put us together. Yeah. And gene was he was one of my one of my favorite people ever. What am I top two people favored Cava cocktail with us? He would call. Dot.

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"florida championship" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on WRVA

"The you were starting to wrestle, and then you've got into the ring, you know, in a big way yourself, and then you jumped leagues and everything, and I it will get lost on me pretty fast. But I will tell you this even though I I'm not an aficionado like so many other people are I did see wrestle undertaker. In one of those quad matches whatever the it was mayhem total mayhem. That's all. There is like Brown two thousand or two thousand and one right right around there. You know, people are listening who don't know my career. No what I did. I didn't start wrestling until I was thirty five thirty five and a half years old is when I actually embarked on my wrestling career before that I was Kim said I was in the Awa I was a manager. I was a color commentator. I actually tried wrestling when I was twenty two, but it didn't really work out for me. I hurt my knee. And he got me when I hurt my knee got me into the bar business, which I was already, but I the run my first rock and roll bar. So I sorta got derail off my goal. And then I came back when I was thirty one, and I was running big nightclubs by that time. But I was more of a talker for the, you know, for the wrestlers, and I didn't know how to Russell. And I worked in the Awa. That's right. I got my start, Greg. I wrote me in the Awa pull out the Vegas once a month. We four shows. And eventually I came into Florida championship wrestling with dusty Rhodes and those teach we under his wing, and I finally got my opportunity Ted Turner's world championship wrestling at thirty five is a manager between you know, because of the long line Aaron the crazy close in the blaming in Iraq and the diamond dolls. Well, I was overshadowing the wrestlers. So I was five months into my one year contract, and they told me based I couldn't manage anymore because I was overshadow in the boys. I said I never got into this business because I wanted to be a manager. I was a little kid. I wanted to be a wrestler. So I took that seven months I left on my contract. And I went down to a place called the power plant. And and I learned how to wrestle and in the beginning when you start out they beat the hell out of you. Because they they try to run you off right? You know, I I'm not the guy you can really run off. Five more years of my career finally took off when I was forty four. You know? And I liked that part of the book. Actually, you talked about how the power plant became your home and even as your career with spiraling upward. You still kept coming back to the power plant, even though you might have even outgrown it to a point. But it was a good touchstone for you as you got more and more famous am, I think I if it's the same in just about every business or anything, you do I would go back, and I would teach the younger guys. And I and I learned that the more you taught someone more you learn the more you learn the better you get and I think that applies to everything. So we're gonna get to have a I really curious about. This this. I mean, I wouldn't say I mean, you you kind of tripped onto it, right? Because I know your your first wife brought you into into yoga, but I I was enjoying very much reading the stories of people who really did get outta wheelchairs, and you've you've found something that takes it to another level. And it has kind of this sort of weird license weird bit unusual spiritual residents where people then find kind of a whole new self within the within the during the during the process of healing physically. So I want to get to that second. But before I do I wanted to pass on condolences. I'm assuming that mean, gene was a friend of yours from all those years of floating around in similar circles. And we just lost him a couple of weeks ago. Right. I literally was memorial. I went to Florida from Atlanta. And gene was a dear friend of mine, and I got to get back together with the guy who gave me my first break ever, Greg ganja. And we we have from gene's funeral have gotten so much closer because we just both happened to be there, and it was feel like Jean put us together. Yeah. And gene was he was one of my one of my favorite people ever. What am I top two people favorite to have Kavak cocktail with us? He would call. He's a great mid western guy. Yeah. He was many. He was he was a salt of the earth. And no one no one has ever said anything bad about Cheetos nobody, and I I had a chance to meet ganja wants as well. I lived in Minnesota for a while. It's hard to live in Minnesota and not meet him at some point. Well, hang on. We're gonna hit pause. We'll come back to diamond Dallas page positively unstoppable. The art of owning it. We'll teach.

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"florida championship" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And just wait. Your talk to you, bro. Good. Good. You're you're gonna have to stop for a second. And talk to Tim who covers the news for us on coast to coast AM dot com on our website because he's a huge fan. So so Tim, this is your moment to geek out. Oh, man. Thanks. I just I just wanna put you over diving. Now gauge, I think you're awesome, man. I've been I've been a fan for twenty years even before that, you know, back to the Awa days. So. All going to be on the same show is diamond Dallas page. This is unbelievable. And I think what you've done post wrestling has been so commendable, and the help that you you've helped so many people, and and you know, it's inspirational I really want you to know that. And you've inspired a lot of people meet included. Thank you. Thank you, Tim. I appreciate that. Glad you had your moment in and DDP. There's about a there's a line out the door of people who wanna talk to you. So I'll go to phones early next hour for other people to join the conversation. But I'll hog you. In the meantime, because I read your book, and I enjoyed it quite a bit. And I look forward to talking more about that. And at your career, but I will start by saying I can't keep track of all of the names of all the letters of all of the league's you. So just call your WWE pretty much everything today through it all kind of falls, my whole of fame ring is from WWE. So. Are there? Well, and and your, but you you spent so many years at various stages as a manager working your way up and then while you were a bouncer. The you were starting to wrestle, and then you've got into the ring, you know, in a big way yourself, and then you jumped leagues and everything and I will get lost on me pretty fast. But I will tell you this even though I I'm not an aficionado like so many other people are I did see you wrestle undertaker. In one of those quad matches whatever the it was mayhem total mayhem. That's all. There is like around two thousand or two thousand and one right right around there. You know for people who are listening don't know my career. You know what I did? I didn't start wrestling until I was thirty five thirty five and a half years old is when I actually worked on my wrestling career before that I was at Kim said I was in the Awa I was a manager color commentator. I actually tried roughly when I was twenty two, but it didn't really work out for me. I hurt my knee. And he got me when I hurt my knee dropping into the bar business, which I was already here. But I gotta run my first rock and roll bar. So I I sorta got derailed off my goal. And then I came back when I was thirty one, and I was running big nightclubs by that time, but I was more of a talker for the for the wrestlers. And because I didn't know how to Russell and I worked in the Awa. That's right. I got my start. Greg gone yet. What me and Awa flew out the vagus once a month, and we four shows, and eventually I came in to Florida championship wrestling with dusty Rhodes and does teach we under his wing, and I finally got my upper tuning in Ted Turner's world championship wrestling at thirty five is a manager between because of long blond hair and the crazy close in the blame in Iraq and the diamond dolls. Well, I was overshadowing the wrestlers. So I was five months into my one year contracts, and they told me based I couldn't manage anymore. I was overshadow in the boys. So I said I never got into this business because I wanted to be a manager. I little kid. I wanted to be a wrestler. So I took that seven months I left on my contract. And I went down to a place called the power plant. And and I learned how to Russell. And in the beginning when you start out they beat the hell out of you because they tried to run you off, right? I I'm not the kinda guy you can really run off. Five more years career finally took off when I was forty forty. Oh, my. That part of the book, actually, you talked about how the power plant became your home. And even as your career was spiraling upward. You still kept coming back to the power plant, even though you might have even outgrown it to a point. But he was a good touchstone for you as you got more and more famous am, I think I if it's the same in just about every business or anything, you do I would go back, and I would teach the younger guys. And and I learned that the more you taught someone the more you learn the more you learn the better you've got, and I think that applies to everything. So we're going to get to have a I really curious about. This this. I mean, I wouldn't say I mean, you kind of tripped onto it, right? Because I know your your first wife brought you into into yoga, but I I was enjoying very much reading the stories of people who really did get outta wheelchairs. And and you've you've found something that takes it up to another level. And it has kind of this sort of weird license weird bit unusual spiritual resonance where people then find kind of a whole new self within the within the during the during the process of healing physically. So I want to get to that second. But before I do I wanted to pass along my condolences, I'm assuming that mean, Jean was a friend of yours from all those years of floating around in similar circles, and we just lost him a couple of weeks ago. Right. I literally was memorial. I went to Florida from Atlanta. And gene was a dear friend of mine, and I got to get back together with the guy who gave me my first break ever, Greg ganja, and we have from gene's June role have gotten so much closer because we just both happen to be there. And it was. I almost feel like Jean put us together. Yeah. And gene was he was one of my one of my favorite people ever would have my top two people favorite to have have a cocktail with us. He would call. Dot.

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"florida championship" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The you were starting to wrestle, and then you've got into the ring, you know, in a big way yourself, and then you jumped leagues and everything that I it will get lost on me pretty fast. But I will tell you this even though I I'm not an aficionado like so many other people are I did see you wrestle undertaker. In one of those quad matches whatever the it was mayhem total mayhem. That's all. There is like Brown two thousand or two thousand and one right? Right around there for people who are listening. You don't know my career. You know what I did? I I didn't start wrestling until I was thirty five forty five and a half years old is when I actually embarked on my wrestling career before that I was a Kim said I was in the Awa I was a manager of color commentator. I actually tried roughly when I was twenty two, but it didn't really work out for me. I hurt my knee. And he got me when I hurt my knee got me into the bar business, which I was already in. But I got run my first rock and roll bar. So I sorta got derail off my goal. And then I came back when I was thirty one, and I was running big nightclubs by that time, but I was more of a talker for the for the wrestlers, and I didn't know how to Russell. And I worked in the Awa that's where I got my start Greg gone yet. Brought me in the Awa flew out the Vegas once a month. And we filmed four shows and eventually I came into. Florida championship wrestling with dusty Rhodes does teach up under his wing. And I finally got my opportunity in Ted Turner's world championship wrestling at thirty five is a manager between you know, because of the long run Aaron the crazy close in the blaming in the rob and the diamond dolls. Well, I was overshadowing the wrestlers. So I was five months into my one year contract, and they told me based I couldn't manage anymore because I was overshadow in the boys. I never got into this business because I wanted to be a manager. I was a little kid. I wanted to be a wrestler. So I took that seven months I left on my contract. And I went down to a place called the power plant. And and I learned how to wrestle and in the beginning when you start out they beat the hell out of you because they try to run you off, right? You know, I I'm not the guy you can really run off. Five more years of my career finally took off when I was forty four. And I like that part of the book actually, you talked about how the power plant became your home and even as your career with spiraling upward. You still kept coming back to the power plant, even though you might even outgrown it to a point. But it was a good touchstone for you as you got more and more famous am, I think it's it's the same in just about every business or anything you do. I would go back, and I would teach the younger guys. And and I learned that the more you're taught someone the more. You learn the more you learn the better you get and I think that applies to everything. So we're going to get to I have a I really curious about. This this. I mean, I wouldn't say you. I mean, you you kind of tripped onto it, right? Because I know your your first wife brought you into into yoga, but I I was enjoying very much reading the stories of people who really did get outta wheelchairs. And and you've you've found something that takes it up to another level. And it has kind of this sort of weird Licey weird bit unusual spiritual residents where people then find kind of a whole new self within them within the during the during the process of healing physically. So I want to get to that second. But before I do I wanted to pass on my condolences, I'm assuming that mean, gene was a friend of yours from all those years of floating around in similar circles. And we just lost him a couple of weeks ago. Right. Are literally was star is memorial. I went to Florida from it. And gene was a dear friend of mine, and I got to get back together with the guy who gave me my first break ever, Greg ganja. And we we have from gene's funeral have gotten so much closer because we just happened to be there. And it was I was feel like Jean put together. Yeah. And gene was he was one of my one of my favorite people ever. What am I top two people favored to have have a cocktail with us? He would call. He's.

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"florida championship" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The you were starting to wrestle, and then you've got into the ring, you know, in a big way yourself, and then you jumped leagues and everything I it'll get lost on me pretty fast. But I will tell you this even though I am not an aficionado like so many other people are I did see you wrestle undertaker. In one of those clod matches whatever the it was mayhem total mayhem that's all year round two thousand or two thousand and one right right around there. You know, people who are listening. You don't know my career. What I did. I didn't start wrestling until I was thirty five thirty five and a half years old is when I actually embarked on my wrestling career before that I was a Kim said I was in the Awa I was a manager. I was coming commentator. I actually tried Rockford when I was twenty two, but it didn't really work out for me. I hurt my knee. And he got me when I hurt my knee got me into the bar business, which I was already in. But I got the run my first rock and roll bar. So I sorta got derailed walk my goal. And then I came back when I was thirty one, and I was running big nightclubs by that time, but I was more of a talker for the for the wrestlers, and I didn't know how to Russell. And I worked in the Awa. That's right. I got my start. Greg ganja wrote me in Awa pull out the Vegas once a month that we filmed four shows, and you know, and eventually I came into Florida championship wrestling with dusty Rhodes, and does feature we under his wing, and I finally got my opportunity in Ted Turner's world championship wrestling at thirty five is a manager between you because of the long blonde. Aaron the crazy close in the blame in Iraq and the diamond dolls. Well, I was overshadowing the wrestlers. So I was five months into my one year contract, and they told me based I couldn't manage anymore because I was overshadow in the boys. So I never got into this business because I wanted to be a manager. I was a little kid. I wanted to be a wrestler. So I took that seven months I left on my contract. And I went down to a place called the power plants. And and I learned how to read. Russell. And in the beginning when you start out they beat the hell out of you. 'cause they they try to run you off. Right. And you know, I I'm not the kind of guy you can really run off. Five more years of my career finally took off when I was forty forty. My protocol. I like that part of the book actually, you talked about how the power plant became your home and even as your career with spiraling upward. You still kept coming back to the power plant, even though you might have even outgrown it to a point. But he was a good touchstone for you as you got more and more famous am, I think I if it's the same in just about every business or anything, you do I would go back, and I would teach the younger guys. And I and I learned that the more you taught someone more you learn the more you learn the better you get and I think that applies to everything. So we're going to get to have a really curious about. This this. I mean, I wouldn't say you kind of tripped onto it, right? Because I know your your first wife brought you into into yoga, but I I was enjoying very much reading the stories of people who really did get outta wheelchairs, and you've you've found something that takes it to another level. And it has kind of this sort of weird weird bit unusual spiritual residents where people then find kind of a whole new self within the within them during the during the process of healing physically. So I want to get to that second. But before I do I wanted to pass on condolences. I'm assuming that mean, gene was a friend of yours from all those years of floating around in similar circles. And we just lost him a couple of weeks ago. Right. I literally was memorial. I went to Florida from Atlanta. And gene was a dear friend of mine, and I got to get back together. With the guy who gave me my first break ever, Greg ganja. And we we have from gene's funeral have gotten so much closer because we just both happen to be there. And it was. I almost feel like Jean put us together. And gene was he was one of my one of my favorite people ever. What am I top to people favorite to have a cocktail with us? He would call. He's a great mid western guy. Yeah. Was.

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"florida championship" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Oh, man. Thanks. I just wanted. I just wanna put you over diving. Now gauge, I think you're awesome, man. I've been I've been a fan for twenty years even before that, you know, back to the Awa days. So. On the same show is diamond Dallas page. I was like this is unbelievable. And I think what you've done post wrestling has been so commendable, and the help that you you've helped so many people, and and you know, it's inspirational I really want you to know that. And you've inspired a lot of people included. Thank you, brother. I appreciate that. Thank you, Tim. I appreciate that. Glad you had your moment in and. DDP there's about there's a line out the door of people who wanna talk to you. So I'll go to phones early next hour for other people to join the conversation. But I'll hog you. In the meantime, because I read your book, and I enjoyed it quite a bit. And I look forward to talking more about that. And at your career, but I will start by saying I can't keep track of all of the names of all the letters of all of the league's. So there's just call it your WWE pretty much everything today. So it all kind of falls, my whole of fame ring is from WWE. So. Are there? Well, and and your, but you you spent so many years at various stages as a manager working your way up and then while you were a bouncer. The you were starting to wrestle, and then you got into the ring, you know, in a big way yourself, and then you jumped leagues and everything, and I it'll get lost on me pretty fast. But I will tell you this even though I I'm not an aficionado like so many other people are I did see wrestle undertaker. In one of those quad matches whatever the it was mayhem total mayhem. That's all. There is like Brown two thousand or two thousand and one right? Right around there know, people who are listening. You don't know my career know what I did. I I didn't start wrestling until I was thirty five thirty five and a half years old is when I actually embarked on my wrestling career before that I was at Kim said I was in the Awa I was a manager. I was a color commentator. I actually tried wrestling when I was twenty two, but it didn't really work out for me. I hurt my knee. And he got me when I hurt my knee got me into the bar business, which I was already run my first rock and roll bar. So I I sorta got derail off my goal. And then I came back when I was thirty one, and I was running big nightclubs by that time, but I was more of a talker for the for the wrestlers, and I didn't know how to Russell. And I worked in the Awa that's where I got my start. Greg gone, yet wrote me in the Awa Vegas once a month we four shows, and you know, and eventually I came into. Florida championship wrestling with dusty Rhodes, and we under his wing, and I finally got my opportunity in Ted Turner's world championship wrestling at.

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"florida championship" Discussed on Laces Out

Laces Out

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on Laces Out

"And that was another rooms so. Now's the third round been was the first rounder are great. And so when I came in, you know, I'm shit. I was by myself. And I was like, okay. What am I going to do? So I would go hang every other offense and land group. So I made it a point. I said, you know, I'm not gonna let this happen in a year, subsequently whoever comes in that room. I'm gonna take him under my wing because I have one guy bear Brooks was it was like the season old veteran. He set I had to sit in the front of the room like and everybody else sat behind me, and they would literally like throw shit like couldn't talk into room and shit. It was it was really bad. And so I said no every classic comes in after I'm gonna make sure I take him under my wing. I'm a help them out because I know how it feels and so trained trae and Chris came before Essex Chris chemo out and so third around her as well four for under four. And so I took them under my wing, and then when Willie came I was like, yeah, I'm I'm taking this dude under my wing and then every class, and that's and that's how we build our. Our room got so good. When. Because all of us we hung together we have fought together. And we had a great time. We burnt cities down when we went placing actually said that on the show before that I think football than obviously, you guys know this outside perspective is the most important team chemistry support. Whereas like baseball. Everyone hates each other. I want one basketball even to degree. I don't think it matters because his guys superstar football. You can have talent is not like a cohesive group. They it never seems the work. There's nothing worse. Not trusting the guy you lining up next to it is it is like poly didn't like, but I trust them. I trust them. They were really gonna do their job and outside of that. I really knew they were probably a decent person just probably didn't petty. I didn't really like, right? But it would never took away from me trust in ability to get it done on. So so you guys like close friends. Closer. Live. I live in Arizona. Got it. Yeah mart. We know Willie as the podcast host the radio host. But you know, Willie as the former player in Willie's talk to us about some of these lay cows trips with big bands. What are those? What was Willie like as you know, the Steelers trunk on bars. I tell people I remember Willie before the drinks. I remember when he came in and was a clean cut low fade rookie, and where it has in his New York Yankees had every damn like, you're in Pittsburgh. You gotta take that shit off. He but he did. And then he went and like double down on his New York miss by getting that big ass Dodge Ram with. They haven't seen Trump. Oh, you'll have seen the truck. The Yankee truck he wrapped the truck, and like New York, yank I believe that seeing his antics Yankees. Red Sox fan. So yeah, this is Red Sox. Sweden known Willie. I've had the upper ham his Yankees minute. As I am. I am aware of didn't know you wrap the truck though, he wrapped up pizza review. I'm bringing all right. Yeah. Pick you up. All right. Spots. It was absolutely the most obnoxious thing. They hate it over. I was I was like this is new money. They try to get it to. Willie? I can live with that a little because you are wrong guy grew up as not like LeBron thing where he's like wearing a Yankee Hata Cleveland and stuff like that. Respectful all time, at least at least understand where you're at liberal, right? Yeah. Don't wear a hat at all. No. Align tech the hair where where are you from? I'm from Florida regionally went went to university of Florida championship. I'm I was actually I was actually a little bit after I had Jesse. Palmer Rex Grossman and then leak my quarterbacks. Okay. So you miss the leak Tibo you're before. So before that. Urban was I had Spurrier Zuck. Got his last two years, and I had two years on it. And so yeah. So I got to BCS bids and then got outback bowl. All right. Let's get into. We'll talk about Steelers pats. Then let's get into our headlines of the week. Sponsored by fantail..

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"florida championship" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"And sometimes you would. I would go down to f c, w Florida championship wrestling where the. We had the training facility and what have you in there would be people who wanted to be in the business for different reasons for Michelle MAURICE. They want. They wanted to be the best wrestlers. They weren't wrestlers. They're both part of the diva search and what have you, but then they wanted to be wrestlers. They fought for it, and I just love their attitude and the match was okay, was what it was five minutes. It didn't have a whole lot of time just was what it was. Big show comes out doing the smiley face and asked me putting their all scramble since punk is out and then ate a star, and he asked the fans, if he should be putting the raw match and they cheer, but it's not really the response, but anybody probably expected. Vicky comes out no longer wheelchair bound and threatens to suspend him for trying to do this raw match and causing a big dumb giant. Eventually the undertaker's druids music plays and they see a coffin come out and show starts laughing, undertaker's on screen, saying the coffin is to be her final resting place and asked if she would go voluntary voluntarily or does he have to come out and do it himself. So as like ugly or easy way, run-up undertaker comes out, Vicky tries to ruin, show grabs her, and then out of nowhere big show knocks out under taker with the punch. What'd you think. I hit for gotten about this in I watching it. Completely thinking, okay. What the hell are we doing here. Big show got Dami nog when he throws that punch, you can knock anybody out and take her got down today. It's it's. They have great matches too big bastards going after it. There you go. Yeah, when from edge tanker to the big show and and take her just just because there was it felt like a lot of this during that time of just let's do this. Let's do that. And it was out of necessity because you had what you had in front of you to work with, and you didn't know when you were getting guys back to do other things that's really not good. Eventually, I guess we should mention undertaker trust. Mike, come back show, picks them up Rams him into the post Moorhead by it's another knockout points. Undertaker is picked up and hailed so Vicki can slap him and spit in his face. Meltzer would write this reads much better than it was the segment had shockingly little heat and it felt like it's fifteen years to end as Vicky and show left and the background. You can see a lot of young kids giving them a standing ovation. So a bit of a mis- of a segment right here in a pay per view. It does feel like this is more of a raw segment or smackdown segment. Then a pay per view doesn't not. Yeah. The big thing I had on my sheet was way too long as well. This could have been done in half the time. This whole show wasn't five matches six matches whatever it is. We could have had two more matches and have been a much better show and had some of those shorter in not had to do this because this was a TV angle. And it was not a good show? No, it wasn't really and truly wasn't. There were, you know, Shawn and Shawn Jericho had a good match, but it was too long. The first match was a good match, but okay, nobody cared. Let's keep Berlin here and talk about our last match here. It's another scramble this time for the world title JBL Batista Ramos, Terio Kane, and Chris Jericho, man. This is. Pretty awesome. You know the the, the amount of talent in here compared to the other scramble matches. But I don't know. I still hate the concept of the match the. They'd make an audible here because they only go seventeen minutes and fifteen seconds in the rules, say it's supposed to be five minutes between each new entrant, but they think they're running late. So they shaved the intervals from five minutes to four minutes, but then they do a legit five minutes from the final segment, but they didn't really get that right. JBL Batista open. And next up is Cain and then mysterious..

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"florida championship" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Yeah, but there's one against similar from where they breath on the apron and gyms on the inside and he slingshots him to the floor, wow, Square Garden. So you did kind of like a like a topa over the top rope onto the floor under the mask or garden and cameras when we did it right in that. The hard way camera side and it was a two or three fall. I think it was a long mash like, oh, God, I can't believe I'm actually gonna do Sanford his whole match. I'm exhausted that can I do this? I hope so. But out over the ropes onto the floor for me. Ooh, way of an order done it here. You send yourself over the top rope, you know, and was you guys, but for heavier guy, if you happen to hook your kneepads on we over, you're going down but not dimension to with the with the way that you're doing. The cavalier only have so much momentum to go like it's not going to the side. You're going veteran timed up. Right? You'd better get a slingshot because you're coming over headfirst. Yep. So so when you did it, did they did they catch yo que and went good. Yeah. When Dr? So radio is tells me like, oh, he's like bear Dr. So I could trust. Builds up very Dr, so. Gotcha. Was I've been wrestling with berry. And in Florida championship wrestling, he was a great deg partner, really. It's always it's always a lot easier to do those type of moves high risk moves. When you're working with someone that you're friends with that, you know? Oh yeah, that's like second nature for us, you know? Yeah, I would be doing that with anybody that didn't really, really know. Well, right, really trust. And conversely to you've known TJ since he was, did you, did you know him when you were a kid? Because I like he lived. He lived down here in Tampa, but they would. They would come up like I definitely met Jim, like probably the latest, like maybe ninety three like maybe came up for a show at the saddledome alive event. So you've known him since he was up? Yeah. Did you always think you get into wrestling you? Hang around, Seuss oust enough in the basement and all that. It's pretty much your destinies cut out for you and funny enough. What when Jim was working in Memphis as like down scout. You. This is like two thousand number. He old myself and he a teddy Hart aside and pictures of us in wrote a little by one us of recommending us to developmental in two thousand, and he's the first guy of all things. He told me about Daniel Bryan at the time because he was in Memphis anti and spanky kept talking about this guy spanky and how you know he blows these kisses in. It's it's, it's kind of weird, but pretty cool and like Be be blind. blind Kendrick, right? Yeah. So like the. The I remember any always say it. So you know if you do end up there just remember like I was the first guy that really wrote that report. Joking around, but he'd always sort out there. Let's see. TJ quickly. How's your net coming along? Neck feels pretty good tomorrow. I go see my surgeon for my six month checkup. And even for me like the times flown, you know, I know six months is is gone by fast, but like even in my shoes where like I'm I'm able to work out which is able to combat some of the insanity of being at home because that's the thing being on the road is crazy, but then being at home for a long, don't realize how all of our next are very, very sensitive. Yeah. And all the bump bumps, we're doing right fall on the cement with your head. No, absolutely. No. And even the injury that you had? I was reading about it, yeah, like five percent of people basically survive and like two percent. And those were so like Nazis on a couple. I won't go on, but now he's done. She. She films something with Nikki for total divas, and they went to a Cairo genyk place and. Then Nico miners. This'll be good for TJ. And then the guy said, oh, who's TJ?.

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"florida championship" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"A good time to mention were hoping we'd keep that tour going to stop an ireland or scotland chance we got something coming and we can even encourage people to tweet about it right now right route yes a wish you would treat some folks over there scotland and ireland let her know that you want something to wrestle with bridge and conrad thompson live and let's see if we can make things happen we got several liars in the fire right now and just haven't finalized anything yet but i'm looking going to england frankly looking more forward getting over the sierra friends and scotland and ireland yeah i've never been this collins i'm hoping that one where to put together and looking forward to but we're looking forward to talking about our topic here for a long time brutus the fucking barber beefcake we'll start at the beginning i need to go ahead and tell you it won't be long we've got another major announcement i don't wanna spill everything right here at the top but striding and cut some news just a minute but first let's talk about ed leslie born april twenty first nineteen fifty seven he's a tampa boy and is going to become a big deal in wrestling whether i like it or not talk to me a little bit about the first time you met ed leslie well the first time that i actually met him is when i started with the wwe in nineteen eighty seven first time ever met him was in worcester massachusetts in nineteen eighty seven may believe april or may i don't know well talk to me a little bit about that i meeting i mean he had been around the business for a while at that point it had been a lot of different independence did his reputation proceeded not really you know is reputation for the guys that i knew in the mid south and things of that nature was that he was hogan's working brother okay and the gone around and he'd worked his hogan's brother early on in his career that he was little goofy hence the name dizzy hogan that he went by for many many years but other than that there wasn't there wasn't a whole lot of of scuttle butt on him other than he was hulk buddy you know he was hawks best friend and that's that was the rap if you will didn't have a preconceived notions and he was kind of kind of in all into himself when i met him so it wasn't a connection right away at all what do you mean all into so i think to be pretty pretty pleased with himself just in love with himself if you will didn't really care about meeting me and so i've been care about meeting in that much so it wasn't a good meaning the first time i made it live good impression on what a good first impression now isn't that interesting too because you've told us about your first time meeting hall cogan who is with our question the biggest star in the history of the business already by the time you made him and he way to go out of his way to come over and shake your hand introduce himself meanwhile though talking about rather brutal not the same thing do you think there's anything we could read into that with the success those guys enjoyed as well yeah they're two completely different people in in the hulk star think it's evident in the way that he does carry himself and how he does conduct himself to different people and over the years i've become a little more i guess accepting brutus but first impressions weren't good man it wasn't like somebody that i wanted to go out of my way to go hang with and get to know let's talk about coming up in the business because he gets started growing up as a fan of florida championship wrestling how many gusty fake really influenced by florida championship wrestling we'll talk about that.

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"florida championship" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on WEEI

"Was there a series investigation they actually want to know remember that whole thing with the da of that area like blasted florida state police and really kind of said willie mags i think his name was or something like that and came out and just kinda blasted the investigation for being a sham and now the florida state university cops are apparently to close the university things there was a or actually worse i think the tallahassee police were a little too close to the university here's an nfl player i there's two there's too much of a pattern here sean that's the issue and if there's another issue that happened there shouldn't trust him as a leader because of that they trust him i just wouldn't take him seriously i wouldn't mouth i'd be like like this guy this creep guys creep like i just don't think there are players are thinking about that they probably aren't there was thinking football you're right i do think he's a good leader yeah he's been a great leader he was a great leader a florida championship true and i think he was he's a great leader for the tampa bay box doesn't seem to be a very good human being bingo that's the big deal look at richie incognito yes look at the quarterback position most quarterbacks do not have baggage ben rothlisberger.

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"florida championship" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Watch the business volve i mean you're talking about gory and we were walking down the sidewalk contain beers out of the crib dude what kind of pressure was coming from just gone grow families one of the most famous wrestling families in the history of the business was there any pressure on you because i know that you would wrestle eddie you know like during intermission that a lot of shows way back in days because you and actually went to college did you go to college because i'm asking you how did you know that this is what you wanted to do everybody else is doing your family so i the first part question yet though the pressure for sure as a kid no that's all we had a wrestling ring in the backyard i grew up in my grandfather's promotion i mean we've sold tickets sell popcorn so eight by tens sit up the ring traveled toss it was fun we this is what we did it was great you know there was we love me eddie loved wrestling we loved it that's all we you know we had like i said rustling in the backyard we learn how to walk in a wrestling then the summer before my freshman year me and at eddie must have been a junior get going who's junior maybe a senior we travelled by uncle hector and my father were tagging for dusty at florida championship wrestling fcw so we've travel for the summer the entire summer we spent with those guys and man when i tell you we love russell before after spending they took us on the road they took us to the bars they did everything we really love wrestling after that we're like wow this is exactly what we wanted to eddie losses virginity on that trip man man it was we every never little town back in the day you know we'd go like monday would be tampa tuesday would be orlando whatever what i'm getting the dates wrong but wednesday the the days wrong wednesday was west palm beach you know they do you know tv somewhere then we do miami would somewhere else so you know he and i would travel everywhere we'd have our little are the.

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"florida championship" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"I hope danish right that's an accurate prediction hey look i love seeing them punks willingness to try something new boli try something new to compete on an entirely different canvas but let's be honest at his age and skill set i o that phil brooks looks elsewhere for another new challenge i do not see punk ever ever being fulltime for any wrestling company again so sure did their chris jericho thing at this stage is life and his most recent experiences in the pro wrestling is plus the fact that you know he's not in a in a cashstrapped situation got you got nothing left to prove he doesn't over the wrestling fans anything he's given all to you what more do you want how many more years so he's got a lot of marketable skills does phil brooks i think it'd be a great broadcaster and mini areas you've got a lot of interest but see puck is as gordon solely used to describe cowboy bill watts and florida championship wrestling when gordon would say well the big cowboy is a strange 'nigma that many simply do not understand well i haven't seen the much ballyhooed new japan dominion show by read enough about it and talked a lot of folks including don cal share today who are involved to know that the event was extraordinary in every sense of the word now josh barnett and i will be voicing these matches over for access tv in a few days as a matter of fact for airing on friday nights at eight seven central i purposely have not watched them bone frame of it too subtle precondition myself for our call i don't want to i want to own micatin organic organic as i can in that environment of doing voiceovers and i'm happy to say that arguably the hottest wrestler in the world they knew i w headway champion kenny omega from winnipeg manitoba canada will be our guest on us broadcast and a couple of weeks so and we'll talk to john callous more about kenny omega goes hey they go back a long way a little bit later program he and kevin kelly did a great job of.

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"florida championship" Discussed on The Masked Man Show

The Masked Man Show

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on The Masked Man Show

"Yeah there was a post on reddit about not in two thousand yeah that's what i was thinking of there was no they were a wwf team there was a wcw team that was from the future the time splitters for the record or not time travelers right yep the new breed was it the new breed yeah they were from the future characters would wrestlers oh god is there was the ec w versus the new breed show reader what it is now yes oh christian and of course the most enhancement talent name i used to watch chris champion on memphis tv he was like i thought he was amazing if your name is chris champion you probably won't be they were from the year two thousand two and there are theme song was you gotta fight for your right to party by the beastie boys they won the wish you know to to wcw wcw right wcw owner this is debbie credit but they were in two thousand they they picked a song that was that became that turned out to be timeless not the people were still listening they'll be listening to this to for sure but since there were from two thousand two they came back wearing to bed and freedom concert tshirts they had like weird like aluminum foil outfit this was not wwf this was florida championship wrestling before the wwf days and then they went to cry yet it was trash i think we should just talk about the new breed from now on constantly referred to be flux capacitor the fictional time conduit from back to the future they also made many references to robot toys referring to lazer tron as one of the go butts and using transformers references like cyber tron and showing their loyalty to the deceptive cons but that one over they were like hogan don't trust bubba.

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"florida championship" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Members of congress after a 10day break in their under intense pressure to respond to the outcry over gun violence andrew pollock whose daughter meta was killed in the florida school shooting says however debating guncontrol will not fix the issue i cannot here because the school smart safe that's the main thing he got went to a courthouse the judge is safe that this the not the stenographers not worried someone's coming in with a gun because they can't get in with a gun the american people we just want our school safe we don't wanna talk about khan's right now paulik says he's angry at the officer who stood outside the school one deputy that worked there peterson he worked there and he's a coward he was he stood by the door i know was a fact eke he could have made it to the third floor and save all six victims bullock appeared earlier today on fox news sunday the marjorie stillman douglas high school ice hockey team won the florida championship just eleven days after a gunman killed seventeen of their classmates and staff members the fourthseeded eagles upset top ranked easily three one of the sunday morning semifinals the flu epidemic may have reached a peak dr charles neiderman gives us the latest news in the centers for disease control this is for influenza like illness to healthcare providers in influenza related hospitalizations if decrease slightly as a laboratory reports of each three into influence over influenza be reports continued to increase especially in children this year's vaccine is proved to be better budged influenza beat so if you haven't gone your children adolescents it'd be nice do so immediately children aged six months two eight years d to doses of vaccine about the park this is.

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"florida championship" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"With and people wonder why is he leaving new england and he said he wanted to have a better impact with another team because every didn't play a total of new england right he wanted to be in a situation to have a better impact and he and he picks philadelphia and he's had that impact throughout the year and then he creates another apply but one other thing that struck me guys i was lucky enough when i did college football you remember that ohio state florida championship game in the bcm sara and ted gin junior brought back the opening kickoff i believe for touchdown for ohio state right right right he hurt his ankle in the celebration but anyway remember how state was a big favorite in that game and people are forgotten that and i think it was very hard for the ohio state coaches to get their kids to walk in because florida kinda snuck in everybody thought michigan was going to get a second shot well they scored the first touchdown and i think in that t at that moment on that side line i feel how state coaches knew they were screwed because the kids who like yeah koji tolls we got to be prepared we just gorge opening touchdown i wonder if minnesota favorite in the game take it downfield on that first and score i wonder maybe that didn't help them a little bit i'm not trying to make an excuse when you score that fast that easily it's actually has an adverse effect on you and they were never the same after the best thing they did was a celebration with the with the curley emmett after that it was over pretty where was no doubt now though shot you give the eagles in the super bowl no i actually give them a good shot because if you think about how you guys saw nick false played down the stretch member it wasn't great liking arved up the giants tonight giants have not been the jazz weren't good we know that right oakland dow was to finish yeah i know the dow scheme quote unquote did meet him but the member they played them because they knew we needed experience you remember going into the playoffs the last fifteen snaps nick falls took as a quarterback in the nfl going into the playoff on third down they were oon fifteen okay so they you weren't exactly coming it on a high note.

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"florida championship" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"florida championship" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Fully resolve problems related to processing gift and credit cards the chain blamed the glitch on overcapacity that caused some transactions to take longer to process says it doesn't anticipate any additional delays meanwhile macy's facebook page was riddled with complaints from shoppers who complain they could only pay in cash were just lawn and now sports here's sam penny on a pitch last day of practice this week for the banged up bears bob lots of injury concerns heading into sunday's game at philly danny treve thin purtill mcphee josh bellamy miss practice today for vaithinathan bellamy are doubtful mcphee brice kellyanne kyle long a key mix dan trial in men and mitch honorine are all questionable bears are underdogs by 13 in a half at philly college foot all pittsburgh upset number to miami 24 fourteen iowa crushed nebraska fifty six fourteen a fun one in florida ucf outlasted south florida forty nine forty two central michigan thirty one and i you 24 bulls and warriors tonight at the bay kevin durant draymond green both out college hoops northwestern and sacred heart in evanston we've got the pregame tonight at seven fifteen illinois a north carolina central have just tipped the champagne the blackhawks of pan panthers will skate tomorrow night in florida championship weekend i hsa footballstyle lena whiz lawyer champs in one eight squad twenty one twenty into a gibson city melvin sibley over merav forsyth thirty eight thirty two thirdquarter three icy catholic up on pleasant planes fourteen nothing tonight in foreign morris against rochester.

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