Friday, May 31, 2019

VIDEO: Go Figure Friday: Caged!

 

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Happy Go Figure Friday. Today I'm feeling blue. Not really... Just talking more about the Big Blue Steel Cage. This came out in 1986 to go along with the WWF LJN Superstars. 

What's your favorite cage match from that era? Take a look and don't forget to subscribe.


Monday, May 27, 2019

AUDIO: Wildcard podcast



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This week on the My 1-2-3 Cents podcast, I'm joined by co-host Chad Smart. He and I tackle a variety of topics, submitted by listeners. Warning, some AEW fans may not agree with everything we have to say.

You can listen here

Friday, May 24, 2019

VIDEO: Go Figure Friday: WWE M.U.S.C.L.E.




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It's a new Go Figure Friday! Check out this week's episode on the WWE M.U.S.C.L.E. figures. You could win a pack for yourself. Watch the video for all the details.




Monday, May 20, 2019

AUDIO: Stop spreading fake news



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I hate the phrase 'fake news', but I hate the people and websites that spread this kind of crap even more. We saw a lot of it last week with Ric Flair's trip to the hospital. I use my platform this week to rant about it and talk about the damage involved.

You can listen here. Please don't share stories online until you've verified them. Thanks!


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Friday, May 17, 2019

VIDEO: Go Figure Friday: Why Ted Arcidi?



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I'm not knocking Ted Arcidi, former WWE Superstar and strongman extraordinaire. But I guess it may come off that way. I simply wonder why he had an LJN figure made in his likeness while other top stars of that era did not. 

Check out this week's Go Figure Friday and don't forget to subscribe. Thanks!


Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Stride Pro Wrestling presents: School's Out for Summer




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Things are certainly heating up in Stride Pro Wrestling just in time for summer. This Friday night (May 17) the indy company heads to Community Consolidated School 204 in Pinckneyville, Illinois for a special fundraiser. It's called School's Out for Summer and features several great matches.

Jerry 'T-Dog' Travelstead and Dexter Roswell have seemingly been at odds since the two arrived in Stride in late 2016. Their matches have been great, including a paddle match in October 2017. WWE Hall of Famer Ricky 'the Dragon' Steamboat was the special guest ref for that encounter. I think Roswell's hindquarters are still sore as a result. 

Now T-Dog and his family are stepping into the ring. The Travelsteads will face Roswell and his assistant Mr. Anthony along with relative newcomer to Stride, Keri Gold. How will the family fare against three of the most ruthless members of the Stride roster? 

Student vs. teacher happens once again. Heath Hatton gets a rematch against Stride Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion Red Daniels. Daniels is the first graduate of the Stride school and one of Hatton's prized pupils. The two have been at odds before and now the gold is at stake. 

Jay Spade and Tony Flood played a role in Hatton's loss of the championship at Strideiversary in March. This dynamic duo is also causing a stir on the tag team scene. They will battle the champs 'Farmer' Billy Hills and Scott Phoenix.

Ax Allwardt will be joined by a mystery partner (it's not me, despite J. Wellington Beauregard's accusations). The two will clash with J-Wells and his main man, 'The King' Chris Hargas. This has been a very intense and personal situation for more than a year. Will Ax and his partner crown the King and shut up Beauregard?

Another personal situation brewing is between former tag team champions Bo Sawyer and Jason Tiller. Tiller for unknown reasons attacked Warbound at Strideiversary, costing him his shot at the Stride Cup. This grudge match is going to get ugly quick I suspect.

WWE Hall of Famer Bushwacker Luke will join the roster one more time. Bell time is 6:30 p.m. again this FRIDAY night. We'll see you there.

Monday, May 13, 2019

AUDIO: Somebody Call My Momma



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Mother's Day has come and gone. But I didn't want the day to go by without showing some love for all the moms out there, especially those involved in the wacky world of pro wrestling. So this week, I give a shoutout to those ladies. Thanks for all you do! 

Listen here.

Friday, May 10, 2019

VIDEO: Go Figure Friday: Pro Wrestling Crate Unboxing



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I've been a fan of Pro Wrestling Tees for some time now and have always been interested in their Pro Wrestling Crate offerings. But I'm a cheapskate and have never coughed up the cash to order any. That's where My 1-2-3 Cents supporter (I had saying fan), Sam Banks steps in. He recently sent me a box filled with items from previous crates.

Much to my surprise (I'd forgotten he told me about it), the last thing unveiled in the video is a MicroBrawler I've had my eye on. So check out this week's video and don't forget to subscribe to My 1-2-3 Cents on YouTube.



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Monday, May 6, 2019

AUDIO: Referee Lane Austin



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This week my friend Lane Austin opens up about his recent pancreas and kidney transplant. Since the birth of Stride Pro Wrestling, he has been a part of the show, refereeing multiple matches each time. But things changed for him last Spring and he was forced to slow down.

Hear his story and other thoughts on the pro wrestling business in this week's episode. Listen here


Friday, May 3, 2019

VIDEO: Go Figure Friday: Kerry Von Erich


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This week's Go Figure Friday commemorates the anniversary of Kerry Von Erich winning the NWA World Title from Ric Flair in 1984. Kerry is one of my all-time favorites and in 1990 when he jumped to WWE (F) I was all in.

While there, Hasbro made an action figure of the Texas Tornado. I've had mine for years and decided to 'let him breathe' in this video.