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"wwf wwe" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Five Years Bruce Mitchell Bruce Welcome back to the live test. For, to be here, it's been a journey. Bene- journey to get here. Well. Get to this. Thursday. Night. Tobacco him I didn't know if you meant that or twenty, five years of. Getting to this point. Blog. Very Good I. Talked back again earlier today and we are all set. He'll be calling in momentarily to the program and we're GONNA talk about his his autobiography by Robert Miller it's called back land Robert Mueller was our guest last week guest co host, and he was going to call on the show today although I don't know what number he's calling from so. He should drop me an email at Kellaway gmail.com, and if he's on hold live and let me know which number is his. So I know to bring him on but BOB is for sure joining us and we're definitely looking forward to having a montague again bruce I want you because I know we had Boban for about twenty five minutes two weeks ago, and we had his his co author of his autobiography on last week but as way of brief introduction. Put in historical perspective for people who are listening who did not experience The backend era late seventies, early eighties that bridge between Bruno and Hulk as the top act the top baby face act in the WWF wwe. Put in perspective just for one minute and they're going to bring Bob Right on and he's listening Brousseau be careful. Where Bob Falls in wrestling history I know that book. Harley Race I. Think it was who who talked about how rare it is for a world champion on top to last six years in that that would not have happened if he weren't drawing and promoter wasn't happy with them despite or no matter what promises were made. Put just for a minute or two of introduction for people have heard his name but don't really know where he falls in wrestling history, set the table, and before before we bring Boban here. One of the three or four cornerstones of world wrestling entertainment. In other words, the platform foundation that this billion dollar company stands on was built by ball back br and Bruno. Sammartino I think he can point to those two Bob backwards at a time when the in the biggest territory and the most populous promotion. In the world with the biggest population centers backlands job was to headline and draw in those big arenas for six years there wasn't a whole. There wasn't a support structure. It was it was Bob backline the all American boy. Defending against that strong man defending against defending the W W championship I guess all commerce and three the most devious evil managers in all of professional wrestling constantly bringing in monsters to slay him and that was that was the base that was the spine of their business and he had to come through not only in the ring, but he had to come through and draw and You can talk about this that and the other thing with Bob. Rockland but the man's you know Vincent J. Ran a business and for him to do that every month in masses for him to draw big business every month and NASA square garden he needed a star he could depend on not only someone who the fans were excited about but someone who could deliver in the ring Up performance that could not only satisfy customers that night but entice them to come to the to see the next match in a series against this evil villain. Evil Villain and he did that for five years and ten months and there was it was one of the plum jobs and all professional wrestling and also blazed the trail because the four that that job had gone to You know the I would argue the greatest ethnic babyface ever Bruno, San Martino for. Two. Different runs over thirteen years and Pedro Morales. So in other words, he changed everything up by being all American all of American instead of just that ethnic drawn-out Bruno in particular. So that pays morale's Bruno particular drew from all types of people. But for backline to do what he did and the numbers that he put up the money that he that he generated that he drew was A. was very big accomplishment and this book is this book really goes into detail at the prime of Bob Career and that was you know the Mr Bachelor character you know a decade later was fun and it was important its way but this was a very big. This is a very big deal. He was the number one You know, Jack Armstrong report sent the best of America represent the best of people type of good guy that wrestling's had in many many many years I mean I i. would argue I mean he he was a pure baby face in a way that whole coke was at the Steve. Austin was on the dusty. Rhodes wasn't and he'll successful. Excellent excellent joining us just a few minutes into our live broadcasts. That is Bruce Mitchell talking torch senior columnist. I'm we Keller and we are now joined by former W. WWF and WWF champion Bob Back Lynn Bob Welcome back to the program. Good to have you back. Yeah. Phone this time do this is fantastic. It's on many stars in wrestling history that we dedicate three weeks in a row to their book and not feel like, Hey, what about other people? This is great having you on two weeks ago in talking about the making the book even with some phone connections I think set the foundation. Well, it gave Bruce a chance. As you just heard, he can do to talk about you and your place in history that was on the show two weeks ago when you had to leave early last week Robert Miller on your co author did a fantastic job talking about working with you and the adventure and the joy. Of writing a book and learning so much about a career that he had watched firsthand as a fan and the enthusiasm he has for the book and working with you and the pride he took he clearly in making this book that turned out to be was a really good experience last week. Now, it's great to have you back for a third week to really dive into some other aspects of the book.
"wwf wwe" Discussed on Busted Open
"Is Luke. Thomas from Siriusxm fight nation combat sports in the entire sporting landscape have been impacted as we all face a time of uncertainty in the world we have concerns about our family. Friends and neighbors have taken time out to focus on the important things in our lives and be safe. One thing that we can be sure of is that will push through this difficult time together. Whatever happens in the world of combat sports and beyond will be here for you on Sirius. Xm fight nation. In the meantime you could join us for livestock on mad dog. Sports Radio Channel Eighty two and Sirius. Xm NFL radio channel. Eight coming off the heels of our conversation mark about the undertaker and AJ styles from Wrestlemainia. And you said something that was you know so profound and that is that. Hey you know what with that cinematic presentation like we saw in night number one of Wrestlemainia? You could bring back alleged Marxist. Seth they you know. I'll come back if that if that's the way we can do it. Mark Henry and undertaker Mark Henry and fill in the blank using that type of presentation but when it comes to the undertaker. I think it's a very very short list of guys that you would like to see the undertaker face like it. Kind of goes that fantasy booker may like who is that. One matched that you would love to see the undertaker in and quite honestly mark at this stage. What could be the last match for the undertaker? You know? You don't really know how much longer the undertaker could go. And I think the one opponent that a lot of people with want to see against the undertaker to me would be sting. Wow I would have to agree. You'd think about the all the great batches that sting had all of the him flying in from the rafters ring repelling down into the arenas and and you name it. And all of the great talent historical talent that he beat. And then you talk about the undertaking a streak and matches he had was Shawn Michaels and the pageantry of his entrance. And then you have seen say you know what as great as a lustrous career that I've had? I'm not on the lips of the wrestling fans like the undertaker is and it's not. Jealousy is not envy the winner gets to tell the story of who was the greatest and visit man won the war between wwe WWF wwe and WCW so when they say that the fee undertaker he's our big two different. Let's find out at Wrestlemainia. Next year and undertaken rebuttal. That and say. Listen Man I know you got your panties in a bunch of because y'all lost the war and people don't talk about you the way they talk about me but keep my name out your mouth. You saw what happened. Aj's thousand last year in our barrier as Nex. And it's over everybody's waiting is not thinking about Wrestlemainia diff- thinking about wow. I can't wait to see undertaker in stinging and if they don't bite on that I just I'm I'm GONNA pull my hair out.
"wwf wwe" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"I do believe that there's some people who are wondering who the heck you are and I do want to fuck you. You have to talk about I I I. I've heard that now I will say we've got some. We've got some emails in and We're GONNA get phone calls and they're plenty of people excited to talk to you today and ask questions But I I do for the way background because WWF the WWF wwe. They've gone through a lot of announcers over the years. You were there at a pivotal time and your face is going to start showing up more and more often. WWE Network Archives get added. But you got your start in pro wrestling in the AWA. Ken Do you mind. Just is giving a little bit of a background about how you ended up in the Awa and kind of work your way to The timeline of WWF. And I know we've got some stories about that. Vince McMahon job interview. Oh sure no I'll be glad to wait I was actually doing the sports on the six and ten o'clock news at the NBC affiliate in Rochester Minnesota. Although I kinda commuted still lived in the twin cities and in the mid eighties here in Minneapolis Saint Paul. There was a huge celebrity. Golf Tournament called Duff Celebrity Golf and tennis tournament and I mean they got so the the real a listers. One time they had the cash cast from hillstreet blues they had the cast from Mash so it was a national type celebrity tournament and I had been involved with it before I got started in television and they had an area at the tournament called celebrity corner where they would have someone you know. Bring up the the national celebrities onstage and interview them and talk to them so the crowd could listen and get to know. Oh them a little bit. I on a personal level and I was doing that one year and one of the guests we had was vern Donya on you and I did a thing with burn for about fifteen or twenty minutes and then saw him later that night in the clubhouse and you yeah we talked for a couple of minutes and he wanted to know a little my background and you know I told them and where I was working now and and that was it and about a week and a half later. I get a call at the television station. Rochester and the switchboard operators. Just going crazy. She goes. I don't know if this is true. But there's a man wants to talk to you and he says he's Verne Ganja and you know I took the call and realize it was vern and he said when are you going to be up in the city's next and I told him I was up all weekend. He said how about would. Would you like to have lunch on Saturday. which we did we spent some time and he said what would you think of coming to work for me? And that's how I ended ended up starting in the AWA I. How much of a wrestling fan were you at that point? What kind of experience you had with pro wrestling fan and in the level of interest that you convey I I mean I was a wrestling fan as I think you know you being from this area that that was the real heyday of the AWA? I mean in terms of the crusher and mad dog Rashawn blackjack Lanza Lanza Nick. Bach Winkle Bobby Heenan The the road warriors so I was a wrestling fan in that. When I was around on weekends I certainly would would watch all star wrestling on television and had gone to a few of the shows so I guess the easiest way to put it away? I was a fan I. I wasn't a fanatic. You know coming in you know I. I knew who the baby faces were. Who the heels were you know who are the big names? It's you know I. I certainly had name recognition and and facial recognition so. I wasn't coming into a ice cold but at the same time it was one hundred and eighty degrees from you know doing sports on the six ten o'clock news. Oh Oh Yeah I mean all that by road warrior. Hawk is quite different than sitting behind a desk or going to a local basketball game or or that kind of thing man. What commission exactly? Yes absolutely Oh I was just going to go to Scott passenger who Emailed and said he had a question but apparently I didn't get to in quite quick enough so i WanNa know our phone numbers. If you WANNA talk to. Ken resnick. The phone number is six four. Six seven two one nine eight two way that has six four four six seven two one nine eight two eight. I'm Ken when you when you signed with Awa Or started working for them you were. It was the midst midst of of a pretty big wrestling war. Gene Oakland in institution in the Awa especially in the Saint Paul Minneapolis area or aws based A Ah very popular figure and and and kind of the face of the company more than Joe Biden crusher. How did you were you aware of the pressure fresher face the day that you showed up in gene? Oakland wasn't there D Don't shoulders well to correct you. When I came same gene was still there and you know I was actually fulltime? I was working in the office as well so the plan was us for me to to. You know. Spend a couple of weeks which I did you know during the interviews just watching gene and then I started off doing the the smaller markets. Like if I remember the first interviews I did for were stationed in in Lacrosse Wisconsin. So Oh that was the plan that I was going to kind of be a backup and learn you know the I mean I knew television was fine in front of a camera. You know more than intimidated but to kind of learn that way so gene was still there for a few weeks and then all the sudden gene was just gone he left in. I was the guy so at that point. There was a lot of pressure and also so from the fact that the the wrestler's talent really didn't know me yet and there wasn't a trust built up And I was very lucky in that having worked in really work more closely with blackjack Lanza who also worked in the office. Jack Kid Kid be kind of told them. Hey this guy is okay you can trust him. Yeah he's not out to show you up he's out to put put you over so that part came came very quickly but I know in my mind I said to myself. I can't imagine what might have happened. Had I not been. They're not talking about myself but had gene just just up and left and someone have been throwing into that where you know just from the get go and I mean it was very difficult for me. Ah But I was lucky in that I was able to learn from the likes of Jack. Lanza Nick Back Winkle and Bobby Heenan and and I remember when it all happened sitting down with Jack and I never forgot the two best pieces of advice anyone ever gave me came from. I think it was Jack and Nick Bach Winkle together when we were talking Jack Acces. Let me give you tell you two things. You're following Gene Oakland. which is pretty big shoes to try and fill so be yourself be? Ken resnick. Dole's try and be gene Orland and the other a piece of advice which I never ever forgot he said to me you know what the best way to get yourself over in. This business is with with the boys and the fans and I said no tell me he said the best way to get yourself over is. Don't try and get yourself over uh-huh and those were the two things where wherever I went and even other shows that that I did you know years later I I never forgot. It always remembered those two things and when I was getting ready to tape whatever I was doing I always repeated those things in my mind right before we started searching for more great pro wrestling. Talk and join me. Jason Powell host him to flee weekly pro wrestling boone own podcast.
"wwf wwe" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"He didn't come back for more stuff. Because when I would see his shoot interviews and things like that. He he looked basically the same. It. Yeah. Whenever I saw him at least. And I know you was part of a class action lawsuit against the WWF WWE a couple of a couple years ago related to concussions or something to that effect that got tossed maybe that soured the relationship, but I mean. Definition of a hall of Famer just absolutely the definition of a hall of Famer. And it's a bummer that he won't get to smell the flowers as we've talked as we've said that I think every week now for the last three weeks and it fits again this week. I mean, he was he was made dude he was made. He was stopped yourself earlier from saying that he's like a hall of famers like as much of a hall of Famer as anybody. But I mean, I would I would support you if you had went all the way with that statement because you think about his era, right? When we think about hall of fame was we tend to run down accolades in these days because there's a lot of titles in everybody has a chance to get their hands on the title multiple time. But back then just him being the monster heel foil to the baby face champion for as long as he was is enough to push him into the upper echelon because she wasn't going to get a championship. He wasn't going to get extended raw. House from baby faces maybe he'll tactics got to hold onto the title for a little bit. But but he didn't just about as much as he could do for his era and is remembered for it. So like you said, yeah, he his place is there should be there. He'll get there one day. But I'm bummed that he won't be there to see it. Really could move. You know, the avalanche was an awesome. Awesome. Finish key part of the Heenan family. Just scary me. And my brother were just scared of him his kids. I mean, King Kong bundy's a name that people know man, it's a it's it's not as mainstream as Andre the giant are hulk HOGAN, certainly, but it's up there with the Bobby the brain Heenan Zain names like that, you know, he was really a well known really a well known superstar and play just a pivotal role. So and then, of course, you know, we always talk about them wrestlemainia three six man tag with the little guys hillbilly, Jim. Yeah. Yes. True. Is so true. What did he? Oh. And I think he had SD Jones on wrestlemainia one. How many how many how many people were on one two and three? And like memorable memorable moments, and you know, really integral role is not too many people can say that and just to support something you said earlier too about him being the first scary guy. I'm a little bit younger than you. So he doesn't necessarily applied for me. Andre is the guy for me. Who was like the first super scary, dude? But yet Andre was I I started watching just went Andre tar heel before that King Kong Bundy was was that monster that was just running around. Yeah. Rest in peace. Can combine the Atlantic City? New Jersey's finest really did. A really was a great superstar artists use you. What else? I assume we you're gonna go right to more bad news about Tomasa ciampa. Yeah..
"wwf wwe" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Joe Watson come out of the production truck, and they're holding Bill. Watts up like a wounded soldier and the blood is pouring down his face that was as heated and as motion and as money drawing an angle as I ever saw in the nineteen eighty s and we're talking the whole comedian era that was any Gilbert, and that was Eddie at his absolute best. My only knock on Eddie. And it's not a knock, we're all influenced. Somehow, I've always thought that a lot of people are only very creative people. Are only limited by the boundaries of their own imagination. And I think Eddie overcompensating for a great deal of insecurity is using an insecure person. I think any allied on the boundaries of his own imagination that was self imposed by looking for these Jerry Lawler, and Jackie Fargo and Bilden D And Jerry Jared angles instead of a lowering. His own creativity to take over and do things that never been done before never thought of before that would have made it to this day described as an Eddie Gilbert angle. Because really what is it any Gilbert angle? There's no brand of what Eddie brought to the table. And that's a shame because I learned so much from him. And he offered so much to the business. He just never offered his own branding of it. But it's interesting you spent time in WWF, and like you said grand wizard, captain Labato, Freddie, blassie where some of your mentors I took on your under their wing summer's near like, but so there you were you were in New York, and then you snuck into a production made in down there, an NWEA dusty book, and you know, you're in the back of the room and hit as a kid. You know, what are you doing here? You can't be here. All right. You know, there's a store on DVD. I don't wanna get the whole story up. So you can go buy the DVD is it's also a what was the difference in booking philosophies back in that time from New York versus and wwl New Yorker, the baby-faced territory explained that has I've always known that you've always known that was the difference between a baby face territory, and what the NWEA was doing the W W W F WWF WWE is built on the premise that the hero is the end all the all that the center of the universe is the top star. And the top star is my guy. My guy Bruno San Martino, my guy, Bob backend, my guy hulk HOGAN, Mike guy, stone cold Steve Austin, my guy John Sita that the face of the company that the embodiment of the company. That the premise of the company the theory of the company the marketing the promotion of the company is all based around the hero. The man himself the person that will take WWF WWW f- WWE, not only into the future. But will be the flag waver for the company, and he is the end all be all he's the centerpiece. He's the star and everything else that goes around WWE is an offshoot of that product. The brand is branded on the top star. The NWEA was a he'll based territory the story wasn't the revenge of the baby face as fada complete. Here's just to add to that. When someone would jump Bruin spirits air. On would crack Bruno San Martino with a chair when earthquake would break hulk Hogan's ribs when the rock would double cross stone cold Steve Allston, it would build to a match Bruno's revenge. Halts revenge. Stone cold will open up a can of what pass on the rock. You knew the heels we're going to get there..
"wwf wwe" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"J A, double R E double J, Jeff Jarrett. But that's okay. Jared. I gotta tell ya, man. I've got a lot of respect for the wrestling community because you guys are athletes. You gotta constantly work out. And I actually work with a guy here at the radio station. That's in the developmental stop. It you better stop talking, Shannon. The dude. All right. All right now, let's get to what the event is Saturday talk to me. Cooper. Appreciate guys have me. All yes, sir. It's a little bit of a throwback for me almost a flashback Friday, if you will getting into the Bolivian jargon. But no tomorrow night. I was born and raised. I used to come to lower gardens every Tuesday night for seven or eight years. My family promoted their seventy but we're going back to a high school gymnasium. Everybody knows Kentucky has schoolwork right there. Just a few miles away to the east of logo. Everybody knows Henry county high school, but it's a great calls Ray of hope benefit families that are dealing with pediatric cancer. We've got a it's unbelievable card tomorrow night. It's fundraiser set the GM set the ring up right there in a high school gym like we used to do and everything kicks off at seven thirty VIP at five thirty. But yeah, I again, it's a it's a huge night. Some folks right there locally from Ohio valley wrestling out snow at his career. Also, rob Conway the war kings cowboy James storm. We've got a great car top to bottom. We got ladies Russ. We've got flyers a little bit of everything professional wrestling in the state of Kentucky almost go is much handed hands you do with basketball. But I I'll happily play a close second. Absolutely. All right. Jeff jarrett. I've got a question for you. Everybody knows WWF WWE in the explosions the whole big it's a rock concert. But if you had to choose one on what represents wrestling better. Would it be the WWE type or would it be Tuesday night of the gardens with Lance? Russell a day Brown. It's almost like do you like basketball with or without a three point shot? I've gotta get throwing them out. Now. Mike, and I like it. Why is that? It's all professional wrestling. You can call it professional wrestling. You can call it, torture entertainment. You can call it. What you like there's a lot of different flavors. It's like some folks. Like college basketball, something like pro basketball me myself. I am very much pure star. I love my my my kids to play basketball last night. I was just at a middle school game. So it really depends on what you like them today. It's all about scoring all about defense where you folks in Kentucky know, nothing about defense..
"wwf wwe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Tell them gets the radio at eight thirty or device Jason Powell's Gun Talk about the passing of gene Oakland longtime wrestling announcer. Awa WWF WWE. And WCW and was terrific a midwestern gray, yo guy that turns into a wrestling broadcaster and Abela browsing broadcaster passed away the other day, we will talk about what's going on with the life of Gino Oakland, and we'll get to that coming up at the bottom of the hour right here on ESPN one thousand the Eskin app. Hope that you had a great holiday weekend. We are back in the chair. Good to be back with you. Here are the program. And we're talking about the bears Nichols coming up in a few minutes before we get to cliff a little time here to talk about the the team on the west side at be playing basketball. And that's the Chicago Bulls. You know, it reminds me of what I talked to four time NBA champion Will Perdue will tell us this what stood out most about the bowl season for you. This this year. Well. Actual reaction. Will Perdue didn't know what to say. That's a four time champion NBC sports bulls analyst, not knowing what to say, and I can understand why he's feeling this way with the bulls being ten and twenty eight can give you something fresh on the balls because if you're just joining us we mentioned this story moments ago. The bulls have made a trade Memphis is trading marshawn Brooks and Wayne Selden two and two second round picks to the bulls for Justin holiday, and as Eric mention. There's a possibility that campaign could be waived fine. Put on the poll at ESPN one thousand able to poll just put a thousand give us your favorite memories of the Cam paint era. Put it like that laid out and see how that how that comes back. See if I get called the opposite of that. You know, the bulls at ten and twenty eight do you realize why Jim boylans the head coach of the bulls? Jim Boylan is a coach the bulls because the bulls want to take the season. Season too late. Right. Let me finish. Let me finish. Because there's more. There's more to this. The reason why that the bulls have Jim Boylan in place. Is because you see how boiling is going about his business as a head coach. It's going about his business as telling the players that they have to be able to practice after losing by fifty six in the you're doing suicides and feels like they're not in shape. You know, the the last time I heard something like this was when Cavaliers coach tie Lou. When he took over the job as head coach after David Blatt was fired told the Cavaliers like you guys not in shape. That's the reason why you underachieving in better shape and in season tire. Lou made sure that LeBron James LeBron James himself and others with the Cavs. Had to be in shape, and they got in much better condition. Round February March into the playoffs. The difference between Thai Lou, and Joe Boylan is Jim Boylan is a life long assistant. Grunt guy bad top to someone's good cop for years as a coach in the NBA. And now he moves one share over after Fred Hoiberg. Let go. And all of a sudden now people are wondering like why are the bolsa bad? Where's the turnaround? You realize there's no turnaround. That's happening. Right. You realize that Jim boylans in the position because even gar packs knows. Hey, you really want this to sink to the bottom? You really wanna be where the Cavs are or the Knicks are or the Suns you won't be where those teams are put Jim in the chair. He'll get them going, right? Don't you all see this? You would think that or the new coach be better response. Right. But. Second verse same as the first they know who Jim Boylan is. And we they know he's a hard ass. But you know, what as Mark? And saw families always says when they come up here that dog won't hunt. What is it that dog won't hunt? That means that no matter what you do with that dog. That dog's not gonna hunt the balls in the hunt for anything. You know, why they couldn't care less about the season? And so Jim Boylan or Tai Lu or Mark Jackson or whoever's the head coach that the culture is bad. So the team's going to be bad. And that's why JIMBO in chair. Jim Boylan the same coach all of a sudden now, and again, I don't know why such a head scratcher. Sometimes, you know, it ain't all that deep. You understand why? When Dale Carter is not playing lot of minutes. Right. When no Carter wants to win. They know what went Carter can do window. Carter knows what he could do and quietly Wendel Carter is the leader of the team all veterans on it that guy says more than even the head coach says he knows how the game is probably played. He's a rookie the kid. But now they limit his minutes. Does that make any sense? But maybe not to window Carter was affected a game. Anyway. I wasn't playing the best defense. Regionals was a rebound the ball will. So that's why.
"wwf wwe" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Announced he was stepping down as the radio play by play voice of the San Francisco forty Niners and taking on a new role with the team the forty Niners announced. Greg Papa would be their new radio play by play announcer out of wrestling mean Jean Oakland. The bald moustachioed longtime announcer of WWF WWE fame has passed away at the age of seventy six if you are not a wrestling aficionado. He was essentially the Craig Sager of the wrestling world over to baseball. According to sources cited by various outlets. The New York Yankees are set to be the new home for the often injured shortstop Troy Lewinsky who was outright released by the Blue Jays earlier this off season after only playing in sixty six games since twenty seventeen that's a reasonable play until you are reminded of the fact that the Jays are on the hook for the majority of his twenty million dollar a year salary or is the Yankees wall may have to pay. The league minimum at five hundred and fifty thousand of course, to Lewinsky still has to be healthy enough to play for any of this to really matter in the San Jose earthquakes have announced the acquisition of Argentinian forward. Cristiano Espinosa on loan from Spanish side with the use of targeted allocation money, the Twenty-three-year-old had most recently been on loan with Boca Juniors of Argentina and is known for both his speed and versatility on. And off the ball. The earthquakes are looking to rebound after two thousand eighteen season that saw them finish with the worst record in major league. Soccer sports at fifteen and forty five on all news one zero six nine and AM seven forty KCBS GT G R B Ellen WB there in a few. You may think that these kinds of texts are fine because of their links, and you can easily send them at a stop light. But no answering one text can take your attention away from the road.
"wwf wwe" Discussed on WTVN
"Worth five million dollars. Oh. Rig. Josh on my mother's not rig. This. I'm not kidding. I was making eye contact with him the whole time. This is so rigged. She Hillary Clinton. I'm Bernie Sanders. Brunette? Thank you. Blonde hair. Right. I just blanket or however, many millions. He's worth. Four. All right rampage. Skyscraper Jumanji Central Intelligence Johnson. Smell. Smell when he's cooking. I think that sounds terrible. That sounds terrible. The WWF WWE. He was in. He was in snitch walking tall this, dude. Every move and comes out. Now, it seems like it. You're right man, all the summer blockbusters. Skyscraper was pretty good, by the way, I have vertigo badly. Like, I can't even watch it. Now. There at the Ohio stadium. Yeah. I can't. I can't go there. Look up at it. Or I get dizzy and fall down. I'm not joking. Wow. Yeah. That's how bad my vertigo has. Wow. What happened to our bed? Oh. I was a little vertigo scared. I was I was starting to think about it. Let's see what happens the vertigo. You just lose focus. Well, I'm glad you're not a lot taller because you might have some trouble, man. All right now that I know this I'm going to try to sabotage him. Dwayne Johnson the rock how much is the rock worse. I crashed Josh. He's worth so much money. Now, I'm gonna say he is easily worse. I'm gonna say he's a two hundred million dollar, man. All right..
"wwf wwe" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"The relationship between WWE the McMahon family and Donald Trump. The president of the United States has been lingering for a couple of years in the background. Linda McMahon is on Trump's cabinet, Vincent man and Donald Trump have done business together. There are reports and people who've talked me about there being a personal friendship between them that might be even greater than than has been talked about by either man publicly and this week in the last couple of weeks. Really, it's more to focus after WBZ's done a lot to try to downplay it or at least not draw attention to it because of the controversy with the crown jewel event in Saudi Arabia, with everything going on regarding the Washington Post journalist who the columnist who was. Disappeared after walking into the Saudi consulate in Turkey couple of weeks back and it is been a one of the dominant headlines in the news in the United States for weeks and certainly talked about worldwide. So this week on interview Friday here on the white Keller progressing podcast. My guest is an author of a book about the dynamic relationship between President Donald Trump, and Vince McMahon and the McMahon family. His name is Lavi. Mogollon is the author of a two hundred plus page book called Trump mania. Vince McMahon WWE in the making of America's forty fifth president on the back cover, it says, no matter what side of the political. I'll you sit on. It would be hard to deny that Vincent man as at some hand in the election of the forty fifth president of the United States, Donald Trump, he notes the bluster and provided that Trump witnessed over wrestlemanias whether from a front row seat or inside the ring. Shirley, lent a hand to his memorable electoral, bait or Tories Trump mania, has the story. On screen and off of a mutually beneficial business and personal relationship between Donald Trump, Vincent, let 'em McMahon and that WWF WWE. So today we talk to Levin Margolin about that dynamic that spans decades and tied in to what is going on in the news with crown jewel this week. But I wake programming, no on yesterday's show. I said that today would be a bonus Mellberg addition of the weight Keller pro-singh podcast. In addition to this interview, we're gonna split those off into two separate show. So look for that special mailbag addition of the way Keller pros and podcast on Saturday morning, Jason Powell, and I covering a lot.
"wwf wwe" Discussed on The Marriage Family Business Podcast
"I mean the the schools amazing. They've been so good heart children and so finding myself desperately wanting to defend the school and the staff member has triggered an emotional response in me that is, is deep and searing. And I know I've got to record podcast today and talked clients today and pick up my kids, and I've got choir rehearsal tonight, and they're all these things that if I cannot control my emotions, if I don't have a positive way to express myself, then how am I going to do the rest of this? And oftentimes when our kids are rotten or horrible or my God, he was such a, he was such a three-year-old today. It's because they don't know how to be emotionally intelligent without a doubt I would. I would. This as well. All right. So to extrapolate this past just the the carline fiasco again, totally my bad and want to again, apologize to you. And I, I won't apologize evite because I don't want him to remember the off chance that maybe he actually forgotten. We've best this, but I'll find out for sure this afternoon really looking for to that one, but extrapolate and go kind of pass that I would argue that. I don't think I think that I would be hard pressed to find a a living, breathing functional adult in today's society. That would disarray with me. Here we are under so much of a barrage of information content demands being connected to our world NAR businesses that that frankly, I'm not saying that we've got it a harder than anybody else ever has. But I will say that. The dynamic that exists in today's business climate now simply has never existed in this way. It's true. I with this always on constant constant barrage of everything. Business politics dynamics just just crazy stuff happening in. It's so important to really learn to exercise emotional control and emotional maturity. A quick example from the business perspective ride. So last week Claire was was out of town and in California at warrior warrior week for women are, where are we. I've, I've gotten so tripped up on that. We digress moving on the WWW WWF WWE now that's wrestling warriors. Right. But so like. Last week we had this ridiculous situation that took place started. Oh, I think the, no. It actually started the previous Saturday. Yeah, yeah. So it started so clarify, we're, we're actually at a concert that day in in the Detroit area which we went and saw dark side of the mule with eight brothers opening, which we're there for the brothers. But like honest darks Darks are are the the meal. mules off the chain. Total side note if you're into Pink Floyd at all. If you're not, because I'm not. The musicianship the wrong power onstage was just like, I really wanna go see deadandcompany now actually because I, I kind of understand it. Like I like I like the Grateful Dead, like Pink Floyd, but like deadened companies in elevated version of government mule. I'm sorry, dark side of the mule is an elevated version of Pink. Floyd it. It just is. It's it's, it's the live Pink Floyd show you always wanted to see, but they you couldn't write back to the emotional maturity in in business. So wouldn't end up happening is that there was a sorry, full transparency. Your guys about to get a little techie on you. Clarify free to translate wherever you want. All right. So one of the things we deal with rockstar, which is the company that Claire night both jointly own and run..
"wwf wwe" Discussed on That Awful Sound
"Hell are you talking about it was bizarre i know you're getting old two years years like yesterday fucked now i mean with the short attention spans of people in single with everybody on our cell phones all the time and black mirman can even watch videos apparently i can't face blind speaking of goddamn cell phones and the way things used to be let's move onto youtube comments do you want to get the elephant other room way out of the way with what people know this for sure yeah if you have a good comment that i had to look up to see what the hell they were talking about because i'm i guess i'm out of the loop but there's a there's a couple there's video game ties there's well there's a video yeah one is this halo group and they kept referring to it is great yes straight what can i say okay okay going straight rippin yeah with with an eight with yeah novi it it was nothing new a straight edge but i looked it up and it's apparently like a halo team yeah and they had like a clip show of like their best kills rota rodeo this was the this was the theme song so like every other comment is straight ribbon straight ribbon straight ribbon so my question to you is are people like is it like a dog pissing on a tree it's like marking their territory why they're there or is it like for reference so when they try to remember like what the song is for this is how they remember it yeah i think it's people answering a question no one asked okay that that's absolutely yeah so there's it's either straight rippin or wwe was it a theme song or video game it was a theme song for pay per view in two thousand six okay yeah wwf wwe two thousand six there was also like a video game that this was on the soundtrack for yes like an off road game or something something stupid so those are i had trouble to.
"wwf wwe" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"About your dad's integration practices you feckless what's not women who discipline other white trump is a crash economy please bring on the recession time and awful lot blowing up the white house oh well now democratic out that's going to be quoting a bunch of things including our president let's put aside civility for a second we're talking about whether it's a well done ed too much music they need to sort of lower that music so you can hear more no make you panicky but bill maher saying he wants to recession this way we get rid of trump you know as much as i don't like donald trump as a country to do well i want everybody to have coined in their pocket i want everyone to be working you want everybody to treat each other respectfully because you know i there there are a lot of people including people on this on the station that are constantly call name calling and being verbally said understand that but but still i would have to say based on turning it around quickly off the maxine waters crazy that's brilliant i mean that's that's brilliant but i wonder if they already had i mean they must have had the ad already pretty much in the in the bag let's see what the democrats come up with in terms of and they'd be able to come up with a lot just as the republicans republicans have an hour's worth of a tape if they want but it's kinda hard to contradicts what those cuts were saying you're picking out you're picking up people who are celebrities and and and yeah i mean maxine waters but she's known as being i mean it just doesn't make any sense to me because we all know i think we're all intelligent enough to know that both sides have been in the gutter and i don't think you can sit there and go democrats started i the republicans started that i i mean you've got people from both sides they missed one my favorite my favorite i'd like to punch him in the face well i just got too much punch him in the face right that's the classic one right punchy i mean i think what they see with the republicans are successful at is showing how how just mouthy hollywood is give credit is pretty damn good let's go to james calling from manhattan welcomed the kurdish and juliet huddy here on wnyc jimmy hey hey curtis are you doing my thoughts are i believe that the tactics that trump used to be elected or to to create that base and then everyone was opposed on including republicans tried to use the regular normal tactics of of opposing a person running for office it didn't work so now i guess this is the result of that that tacna james james you know what this reminds me of and remember i've been watching wrestling since a little kid wwf vince mcmahon senior and then taken over by his son vince mcmahon junior wwe this is like a promo for super slam you know right yeah jimmy you're absolutely right and you remember trump loved wwf wwe he's in their hall of fame he was considered the greatest celebrity person the vince mcmahon senior ever invited to the grand poobah remember though i remember the clip days they showed trump was body slamming someone yeah over there i remember that also yeah i don't remember trump though initially being so so much of an attack dog i feel like when he because we we liked him i liked him initially because i thought this is a guy who is going to drain the swamp is the guy who is going to tell it like it is but i think that he to me he did the chris christie where i liked what he did in the beginning and then i felt like he beat became a caricature of himself and went way off the deep end juliet you mentioned swamps have alligators in swamps all trump proved this you change the alligators out and you put in crocodiles one eight hundred eight four eight.
"wwf wwe" Discussed on WTMA
"Four three five five six twelve fifty is the number to be on the program this morning having birthdays today prince was born on this day in nineteen fifty eight eighty passed away as well remember back in twenty sixteen also having birthdays today annakournakova is thirtyseven remember her tennis great great and i use that in air quotes bear grylls is forty four years old today he is one of the man versus while he's the man versus wild guy dave navarro is fifty one years old today mick foley former wwf wwe superstar is fifty three years old today and you might remember this name jenny jones remember her used to have the jenny jones show and all that she seventy two years old today tom jones sir tom jones is seventy eight years old today dean martin was born on this day in nineteen seventeen and having a birthday today vice president mike pence is fifty nine years old it was on this day john get ready on this day seventeen ninety six this ought to be a big day for you folks up in kentucky you you kentucky native native ins daniel boone started exploring kentucky on this day in seventeen ninety six daniel boone was is man that's right nine hundred twentyfive moe howard of the three stooges married helen schonberger they stayed married for fifty years nineteen twenty nine the vatican vatican city became its own independent country is the smallest country on the planet 1937 drome curly howard of the three stooges married elaine ackerman but didn't do the whole marriage thing as well as mo he went on to have two more wives before he died in nineteen fifty two and it was on this day in nineteen fifty five president dwight eisenhower became the first us president to appear on color television it's sixteen minutes past six o'clock on the big talker twelve fifty wt charlie he's taking your calls right now at eight four three five five six twelve fifty tma.
"wwf wwe" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"In case saving of 1962 world series joins me when his lousy officiated wani lots uh past interferences against the redskins is appropriate luigi so anyway thanks us thanks mayor eubrazil german in the appreciate that absolutely uh it away came vr is the number who won his involved in the conversation we're not you jimbo haven't heard from you what i call that you're thinking about as one that his wife stupid white sox will and i was i was hoping i was hoping whose whiteside wwf wwe at that counts county sale that died changes things quite let inches taller that out there quickly just for a couple of minutes just it honestly what one might minds aren't really a play so much i can have back but in terms of what you're talking about changing legacies of things that happened in sports and i think if the patriots null spy gay thing didn't happen i really do believe in my heart that it changed the fortunes in the career of one kurt warner i think he wins a second super bowl i think there's no chance he leaves st louis i mean it really mean fortunately he owes resurrected his career owner in arizona as well like a phoenix rising from phoenix arizona uh but you know he he wants a second super bowl there's none chance that they run them outta town like they did in his career takes a different arc there's a lot of things like that maybe you'll give me another the drone bedous the the coin flip one give me that one back about right back to jimbo through preach still to this day do not know how that happened the coin foot from albro seattle now there's been some silly situations really um i don't know how how does it happen go know how described you bed look via they do sometimes they do suck swear heavens what about the mlb pa filing grievances against the pirates marlins raise and the oakland a's i was reading the story from nbc earlier today what is is over the pires was.
"wwf wwe" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
"Yes i think the idea that in the landscape because it i mean i've been doing this so long yeah you know you sometimes you have to step back and look down at the business from not upclose what's happening day to day and and knock compared to six months ago were last year even two years ago but really put yourself five years ago and twelve years ago and look at where things were from a wrestling a wrestlers perspective and and and it's it's a again doing following wrestling as long as we have it's the rest the way wrestlers look at the industry changes with each generation of research who comes up and i experienced that differently depending on how long i've been watching wrestling contempt rainiest thing realtime just looking back historically at it and and i think wrestlers today are veteran wrestlers in the indy seen and in wwe have grown up with a post competitive a post alternative to wwe like large scale essay i mean when w w went out of business there are like and people in high school you know who who were indict purcell last time wwf had real competition not a national serious level it was that long ago so there's wrestlers who who've been active for five years or longer who never remember anything except wwf wwe excuse me being a synonymous with pro wrestling as the nba is with pro basketball yes there's some other developmental leagues but there's idiots just this this is what it is and but i would say in the last couple of years and there's an eban flow and it's sort of abstract and sometimes people were merced in it i think sometimes think it's bigger than it is to the average mainstream wwe fan but that all said undeniably i think from a wrestlers perspective they look around today compared to say five years ago and say there's more places if i am osborne aerial and really good and what i do i have a following there is a place that i can go there's places i can go in peace to gather a good living with.
"wwf wwe" Discussed on Nacion ESPN
"Now i max bank where you need me i'm meal near meagre ryan is protected yourself again route they might be local but is there is there anything really local about employment weather about unc everything is possible who would've thought that the best parts of his generation was going to go fifty all fighting against summer who never parks in his entire life prior to that nothing love about for me whether or ufc murrayfiel nickname before he was money mayweather pretty boy oh boy getting that face you know what we actually shared that nicknamed bought for sure all right so i will say this there's nothing look he's not fighting and ufc what's local is you fcc what is going on there were i used to be a huge fan i don't know what i'm excited about anymore i don't wanna see floyd mayweather in the arctic are no more superstar james toney we fought randy can add superstar new jersey or right and i guess what every day goes by i feel less and less that we're going to see conor mcgregor back a octagon so this is a country that is in a lot of trouble they gotta stop being so local and get back on what got them here or we're not going to be talking about you have see on the show for a long lozada rather see him in the wwf wwe man's it w call one eight saving panda bears are what.