Here is the full version of NWA owner Billy Corgan’s appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience. We posted some highlights of Rogan’s guests of the past week featuring Billy below, but wanted to being you the full version/
It’s no secret that site owner Jack Bratcher and I have a soft spot for pro wrestling. We also like underdogs and our new favorite is Smashing Pumpkins front man Billy Corgan. The singer was a player in TNA before getting taken for some money and leaving. He is now the owner of the growing National Wrestling Alliance and we couldn’t be happier. The NWA has a legacy almost unrivaled in pro wrestling. Check out highlights of his appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience.
Ric Flair was reportedly admitted to a hospital over the weekend for undisclosed reasons and shortly after the news broke his management confirmed it. The issue is apparently heart related and speculation has been running rampant since at least two weeks ago. The Wrestling Observer newsletter stated that Flair didn’t look himself lately and on … Read more
[starlist][/starlist] Wrestling legend Ronnie Garvin gave a rare interview to The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling Podcast. He talked about his historic NWA world championship title win and reflected on decades in the wrestling business. Oh, and he also dissed Ric Flair. It was a nice big paycheck. That was my bottom line. Everything else … Read more
This year has been the pits. Jimmy Snuka, George Steele, Ivan Koloff, and now another former wrestling great is gone. Outlaw Ron Bass died from complications due to surgery at 68 years old. He apparently had a burst appendix and waited a week to get it checked out. Bass was an NWA and WWE star … Read more
N.W.A. was the first rap group that made me take a step back and say “whoa”. They came out of nowhere, Straight Outta Compton to be exact, and defined what rap music had the power to do. They tackled police corruption, racism, and the dangerous life on the streets they were born in to. Now … Read more
When I was a kid there was no UFC or MMA you could turn on the TV and watch. The next best thing was professional wrestling and Ric Flair was one of the icons back in those days. Here he is, The Nature Boy being interviewed by our good buddy Frank Trigg. Please like & … Read more