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Tuesday, April 2nd at 9 p.m. EDT will be one of the most memorable nights in WrestleChat Radio History!
Join your hosts of WrestleChat Radio Jonathan Ragus, Brett Clendaniel and Jim Williams will be joined by WWE Legend George “The Animal” Steele to talk 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
Luke Hawx will be stopping by to discuss his work as the founder and head trainer down at Wildkat Pro Wrestling as well as his recent involvement with “Extreme Rising.” We will get Hawx’s exclusive comments on Extreme Rising’s decision to cancel all of their shows next weekend during WrestleMania week.
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!
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BEST OF MAXIM
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.
– Sin Cara has yet to be cleared to return to the ring following his concussion in a match with Jack Swagger on March 11th...
Credit – Wrestling Observer
WWE will be losing a bunch of money on the 2013 Hall of Fame ceremony, even with a sellout, due to the cost of running at Madison Square Garden. Having the ceremony at MSG this year was more symbolism and something Triple H pushed for. WWE wanted to run the Hall at MSG this year even before the idea of inducting Bruno Sammartino came up.
– As noted earlier here on the website, WWE is expected to be losing a “ton of money even with a sellout crowd” by booking Madison Square Garden for the Class of 2013 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony on 4/6. Booking Madison Square Garden was described as more “symbolic” and something that Triple H reportedly pushed hard for. While many assumed Bruno Sammartino was a big reason...
This episode of Pro Wrestling Radio goes back to April 05, 2003. Playing into the theme of March Madness and the Sweet 16 tournament, I offered callers the chance to participate in the WWE champions tournament.
Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter
WWE is reportedly losing quite a bit of money on the 2013 Hall of Fame ceremony due to it being held at Madison Square Garden.
Triple H is said to have campaigned heavily for the ceremony to be held at MSG despite the extremely high cost of running/renting the building because in addition to Bruno Sammartino, Mick Foley and Bob Backlund both...