Super fun game Alert! It's called Champions of Time, it's made by Go.Fight.Pow and you can back it on Kickstarter right now! We had the founder of Go.Fight.Pow, Eric Konecne, on the show to chat all about it. We talk about how he came up with the game itself, producing the fun characters and even getting real wrestlers into the game such as Nikita Koloff and The Rock n' Roll Express. They fully funded their Kickstarter for Champions of Time in a company record of 5 hours. And it didn't stop there. Fans continue to back this campaign wanting to get a piece of the action. Because they shattered their initial goal so fast, Eric discusses some ideas he has for stretch goals. He wants everything he makes off this Kickstarter campaign to go right back into the game. Thats good news for us fans of tabletop games.
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This week, we were thrilled to have Roni Big Bang Nicole on the podcast. She's an independant pro wrestler trained out of The Fracture Factory under CW Anderson in North Carolina. We talk all about growing up a wrestling fan and having to sneak Monday Night Raw past Mom, the state of women's wrestling here in the states and also about her travels to Japan where she's worked with some of the most legendary female wrestlers of all time. You can hear the passion that this woman holds for wrestling in every sentence and its a beautiful thing.
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IG - glitterliciousfierce
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The road to Wrestlemania starts at the Royal Rumble. This year's may have been the best its been in the recent past. Even still, we've heard an array of varying thoughts and opinions on it. We bring in Dave Dyer from The Kennebec Journal to get his thoughts on the winners, the universal championship and Ronda Rousey's arrival. Also, Dave just wrote an awesome column about Vince McMahon bringing back the XFL in 2020 so we spend a good amount of time discussing the things that Vince has to do to make this a success. Enjoy!
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Harmon attended W.H.A.T down in Providence and then Jonny, Harmon and special guest Dalton Hemingway all attended Limitless Wrestling's "The World is Ours" so we thought it was only fitting to talk about our time watching live wrestling this month.
Limitless Wrestling "The World is Ours"
Youtube EXCLUSIVE (15:00)
Kalvin Strange and Xavier Bell vs. Smart Mark Sterling and Jackson Stone
Darby Allin vs. Jeff Cobb (16:47)
David Starr vs. Martin Stone vs. Fred Yehi (18:44)
MSP vs. Ashley Vox, Allie Kat and Kris Stadtlander (24:28)
Whiskey Dick vs. Brett Domino and DL Hurst (29:11)
Matt Cross vs. MJF (34:45)
Tessa Blanchard vs. Deonna Purrazzo (39:05)
Chris Dickinson vs. Eddie Kingston (44:52)
Dream Team vs. The Thick Boys and Ethan Page (50:55)
Massage NV vs. The Workhorsemen (56:48)
Josh Briggs vs. Ace Romero vs. Anthony Greene vs. JT Dunn (01:02:10)
Its just another day in paradise here on The Maine Event Podcast. We invited Maine's Best Comedian voted by the readers of the Portland Phoenix, Connor McGrath, on the show to help us review the 1993 made for tv movie Thunder in Paradise. Connor is a Hulk Hogan movie expert and he definitely brings the funny to the podcast in this episode. Catch him every Thursday at Lincolns in Portland, ME and every Tuesday at Lincolns in Burlington, VT. In the meantime listen to all three of us talk about this low budget tv movie about a man named Hurricane and his boat named Thunder.
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It's Fantasy Funweek here on the podcast and we're discussing that age old question of who's on your Mount Rushmore of Wrestling. Its a fun and popular topic out on IWC so we play along. We bring in former Top Rope Report contributer, Doug Berrill, to join the fun. Listen here to find out whose faces we're sculpting out of granite.
Blood Runs Cold for our Season 2 opener. We're back and couldn't think of a more appropriate guest to kick off the new season with AND coincide with these subzero temps here in Maine than our friend Ray Lloyd, AKA Glacier. Ray had quite the resurgence in 2017. Joey Janella's Spring Break during Wrestlemania weekend, ROH's Honor Rumble entrant, a documentay produced by Uproxx. The guy cryonic kicked the crap out of 2017. Now a new year and a new adventure. He's opened The One Fall Power Factory in Georgia alongside pro wrestler QT Marshall. Atlanta's new premier training facility looks incredible and Ray talks all about it with us.
This is our final show...of season 1. We'll be back in January to kick off Season 2. However our jobs aren't done yet for this year. This week's episode is a month in review for November and we needed some assistance so we brought in local wrestling fanatic Jessica Lynn to do the heavy lifting for us. She had a November full of local shows that included Chaotic, Limitless, Pro Wrestling Takeover and Chikara. Theres so much to cover this month so we did what we do best and thats talk about wrestling. We chat about all those local shows and also whats going on in WWE and NXT at the moment. Enjoy!
This week Harmon is in Florida and Jonny is enjoying time off with family for the Thanksgiving weekend. They're bringing you an oldie but a goodie. In 2016 the guys did a podcast called It's Still Real to Me and were part of the now defunct Smark N' Mark podcasting network. Near the end of the show's run they got a chance to interview the one and only, AR Fox. The self proclaimed "Whole Foxin' Show" was the coolest guy ever and even after taking a guitar hero guitar shot to the skull he was still willing and eager to do the interview. Jonny and Harmon have since chronicled the on going and seemingly never ending feud between Fox and fellow Limitless Wrestling standout, Ace Romero.
Enjoy this blast from the past and have a great Thanksgiving. The boys will be back next week with full bellies and new content.
It's Critic week here on The Maine Event Podcast so grab your popcorn, coca-cola and some sour patch kids because we've got a blast from the past for ya. Back in the 80's and 90's when Hulkamania was running wild, Hollywood came knocking on the Hulkster's door. No Hold's Barred was wildly successful and WWF even worked it into a pretty memorable SummerSlam in 1989. Then Hogan followed it up with this gem; Suburban Commando. Both Harmon and Fashion remember watching this movie when they were young 10 year old hard core WWF fans. For one host of the podcast the nostalgia still holds strong and he loves this slapstick filled film. For the other host, he seems to have lost the kid inside and views it as a snobby adult rolling his eyes and sighing any chance he gets. Tune in to hear the two review this Hogan era cult classic.
Also, Kennebec Journal Sports Writer, David Dyer, writes in to the show with a review and shares his feelings and thoughts on the film.
And finally, Independant Wrestler, Matt Mahoney leaves us a voicemail telling us why he denied our invite to be the 3rd man this week. The dude is ruthless!