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Do we have a treat for you on the next episode of WrestleChat Radio presented by FanJunkies.net or what? Next week, we will be joined by WWE Legend and Hall of Famer GEORGE “THE ANIMAL” STEELE!
Join hosts Brett Clendaniel, Jonathan Ragus, Jim Williams, and special guest George “The Animal” Steele for Episode 8 of WRESTLECHAT RADIO on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013 at 9:00pm EST. The show will be now be an hour long and we will TAKE YOUR CALLS! Feel free to join in on the action to talk wrestling with us by dialing (347) 237-5373!
On the this edition, we will be talking with the great George “The Animal” Steele about his legendary wrestling career, the current state of professional wrestling, what he’s been doing since he’s been away from the business, his opinion on Bruno Sammartino (the man who scouted him for WWF) finally coming to terms and entering the WWE Hall of Fame, and details on his upcoming book “ANIMAL” which is slated for a June release. For more information on George and his upcoming book, check out GeorgeTheAnimalSteele.com
All of that PLUS we’ll give our WrestleMania 29 predictions and discuss all of the big news in professional wrestling. Add that to the remarkable George “The Animal” Steele and next week’s WrestleChat Radio becomes CAN’T MISS!
You can listen LIVE next Tuesday, April 2nd at 9:00PM EST at this link: FanJunkies Radio Network on BlogTalkRadio
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- The folks at WWE Studios continue to talk with the ones behind the Bruno Sammartino movie regarding funding and producing.
- There continues to be suspicion within WWE on CM Punk’s status. Some believe he’s hurt worse than anyone is letting on because everyone asked is denying any injury. There are reports of this having to do with creative frustration or burnout and more...
Partial Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter
– Cody Rhodes is featured today in the “Superstar Spotlight” on WWE.com.
– The producers of the new Bruno Sammartino movie are interested in working with WWE Studios to fund and produce the project.
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Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter
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- Embedded in the video below is a preview for the upcoming Bruno Sammartino documentary, Bruno’s Story.
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