It's Wrestlemania weekend folks so The Maine Event Podcast look to one of their good friends who will be in attendance this year in Orlando, FL for all the weekend fun. Michael Gray from That Wrestling Club comes on the show to chat about Wrestlecon, the inner workings of That Wrestling Club and also shares his thoughts on some of the matches that will be taking place on the grandest stage of them all.
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March was a busy month for Jonny and Harmon regarding pro wrestling. They talk about all the wonderful things that went down locally and in the WWE within this month. They share their experiences doing commentary for the first time for Live Prov Wrestling in Providence, RI, discuss the stacked show that was Limitless Wrestling's Hysteria and also talk about the build up to Wrestlemania which is right around the corner. They also answer a few questions from listeners via social media.
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Jonny and Harmon are joined by TopRopeReport.com 's Doug Berrill to review one of the wackiest Pro Wrestling PPV's of all time, WCW Uncensored '95.
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It's tournament time again! This week Matt Boucher joins us to bracket out the Best WWE Entrance Themes of All Time. Listen up!
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Jonny and Harmon chat with one of their favourite wrestlers/funny guys out on the Indy's today. He's everyone's favourite local drunkard, "Top Shelf" Troy Nelson. They talk comedy in wrestling, reffing for Chikara and a slew of other topics. Pull up a stool, pour something on the rocks and enjoy the conversation.
Jonny and Harmon discuss whats been happening this month in pro wrestling from local stuff all the way to the WWE.
Jonny and Harmon invite Maine sports writer Dave Dyer on the show to review the movie The Chaperone. It stars Triple H as a recently released ex- con trying to rekindle the relationship with his now teenage daughter. The three analyze the film's plot, acting and impact on Triple H's would be acting career.
It's Fantasy Fun Week here at The Maine Event Podcast! We invited our good buddy Greg Marston to the show to help us find the best tag team of our life times. We throw 16 tag teams into a bracket and work our way through analyzing, debating and sharing some laughs. Who will make it to the finals? Listen to find out and then head on over to @MaineEventPod on Twitter to vote on the final matchup. The winner of the tournament is decided by you the listener.
Last week's episode featured an interview with Indy Wrestler, Sully Banger. Unfortunately due to time constraints we had to edit the conversation and cut it down. But fear not Sully fans because here's the uncut and unedited version of our awesome conversation. Listen to more stories and input from all three of us.
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Jonny and Harmon chat it up with Indy Wrestler, Sully Banger. Based out of Providence, RI he's trained by NXT's Oney Lorcan and has become a favourite here in New England with his unorthodox look and move set. Also, yelling his own name throughout his match makes for a heck of way that no one will forget him.
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