Found October 07, 2012 on cheap-heat:

BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 43 kicked off with the original Doink The Clown, Matt Borne!  In the interview, Matt chastises Joe for not doing his homework and threatens to hit him with the Whoopie Cushion if they ever meet in person.  Aside from that, he talks about his influences for the Doink character, his thoughts on some other evil clowns, what he would have done differently if he were the guy playing Doink when Dink was introduced, the transition from Big Josh in WCW to Doink in WWF, his relationship with the late Art Barr, and much more.

Afterward, the BWF Radio crew talk wrestling news, including Batista’s MMA debut, Chris Jericho’s WWE future, Shaul Guerrero’s employment status, and much more.  Will John Cena be ready for Hell In a Cell?  If not, is Ryback a suitable replacement?  What’s the status of The Undertaker for WrestleMania 29?  Where did Shawn Daivari learn to choke a guy out like he did to an unruly passenger on a train?  Did Hulk Hogan finally answer The Rock’s WrestleMania 18 question of whether or not he still has a Hulka-strudel?  Tune in to find out!

BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 43 (MP3, 1:59:32)

Until midnight tonight (10/7/12), Matt Borne’s shoot DVD is available on sale for $14.99 at EWLegends.com.

You can follow Matt on Facebook.

Our break song this week was “Please Play This Song On The Radio” by MXPX.  Buy the album here.

Pick up the new Fozzy album, Sin & Bones, at this link.

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