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The colors were often bold, the designs intimidating & the cool-factor was undeniable! Today's episode is all about the Face Paint of the 80's! We talk about who wore it, what it added to their character & what we remember about the colors that didn't run! It's The Face Paint of the 80's!โดย 80s Wrestling The Podcast
 
This past Saturday over 1,100 people attended 80's Wrestling Con LIVE in Morristown New Jersey! It was packed with over 3 dozen superstars, vending tables, meet & greets and over a thousand fans! We talk about what happened, how it went and what's next for con promoter Tommy Fierro!โดย 80s Wrestling The Podcast
 
The clock is ticking, we are just HOURS away from 80’s Wrestling Con Live & ISPW'S Rock N’ Wrestling! On todays episode we visit with Sal Sincere as look ahead to what is sure to be an EPIC weekend!โดย 80s Wrestling The Podcast
 
80s Wrestling Con RETURNS - LIVE AND IN PERSON! Saturday, May 7th -at the Mennen Sports Arena in Morristown New Jersey over 30 Legends of the RIng will gather together for an epic celebration of the Golden Era of Professional Wrestling! Legends like Jesse "The Body" Ventura, Demolition Ax & Smash, "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase, Tito Santana & Gr…
 
One of the reasons we love professional wrestling is that it's FULL of things we didn't see coming! The Twists and Turns! Whether it be a twist in a storyline that came out of nowhere - or a superstar turning face/heel at a key moment in their career - the twists and turns keep us on the edge of our seats. Today we share our favorite moments that w…
 
It's time to continue the conversation that we started over a year ago! You know them, you love them & you still sing them in the shower! The theme songs in the 80's were catchy and unforgettable! A Wrestler's Theme Music was an extention of their character. A good theme song would get a reaction from the crowd before a wrestler even came through t…
 
Being a great talker, having the gift of gab, being able to cut an effective promo has always been a part of what makes pro wrestlers stand out among their peers. We all remember the wrestlers who could get us pumped up for an upcoming match just by what they spewed into the microphone. Some did it soflty, some did it loudly - the technique may hav…
 
It's WrestleMania week! For pro wrestling fans; this week just feels different then the other 51 weeks of the year. We could debate that WrestleMania meant more when we were kids - but what we can't debate is that WrestleMania is still the biggest show in the world when it comes to professional wrestling! Today we share our what we feel are the gre…
 
The Headbangers were Mosh and Thrasher, whose most notable matches were in the World Wrestling Federation. As the name of the team implied, their gimmick was that they were a pair of metalheads, complete with heavy metal related T-shirts, piercings, shaved heads, and black face paint. Today we get to talk with Mosh and share our favorite matches an…
 
We are joined by Former WWF Tag Team Champion - one half of the Natural Disasters - Typhoon! In the world of professional wrestling, wrestlers are lucky if they can portray one character that sticks in the minds of fans - today we talk to a man who has portrayed multiple characters that made a lasting impression on fans. We visit with Typhoon and s…
 
Connor’s Cure, established at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation in 2014, was created to honor the irrepressible spirit of a special little boy Connor Michalek. Battling medulloblastoma, a rare tumor that affects the brain and spinal cord, 8-year-old Connor left quite the impression on those he encountered. 80's Wrestling Con LIVE is prou…
 
From the memorable Gobbledy Gooker, to the debut of the Deadman - Survivor Series 1990 was a BIG pay-per-view that left a lasting impression on fans and on the wrestling scene. The decade was new and the wrestling landscape was set to usher in a new era. Today, we break down the teams and the matches as we discuss our favorite moments and matches f…
 
Remembered for wearing a hand-print on his back and giving himself a "pat on the back," Barry Horowitz was a successful enhancement talent for the World Wrestling Federation, and was able to make a lasting impression on wrestling fans. Horowitz had a lengthy in-ring career that spanded more than 30 years. He wrestled for numerous companies across t…
 
Jacques Rougeau had an incredible pro wrestling career as 1 half of the Fabulous Rougeaus, the Mountie and as a member of The Quebeccers. He was a 3-time WWF Tag Team Champion and captured the Intercontinental Championship by defeating Bret "The Hitman" Hart. Today we visit with Jacques Rougeau LIVE and share our favorite memories and moments from …
 
On today's episode, we were planning to talk with a member of the legendary Anoa'i family - the Tonga Kid is our very special guest! Billed as the cousin of Superfly Jimmy Snuka, The Tonga Kid stormed onto the scene with by entering a major feud with Snuka's rival Rowdy Roddy Piper. He would later team up with Haku and form the team The Islanders. …
 
Bobby “The Brain” Heenan introduced The Brooklyn Brawler to wrestling fans back in 1989. He was a rough & tough wrestler from the streets of Brooklyn - his ring gear was nothing more than dirty jeans and a stained New York Yankees shirt. He looked different, he talked different, and he wrestled different. He was the kind on unique character the fan…
 
Demolition were THE dominate tag team inside the World Wrestling Federation during the Golden Era of Professional Wrestling. They captured the World Tag Team Championships on 3 different occasions and were the longest reigning champions of that era. Ax & Smash are celebrating the 35th Anniversary of Demolition and they join us to talk about their f…
 
The Saturday morning "squash" match was a staple in the world of 'old school' professional wrestling. Sitting in front of your TV screen watching the Superstars that you knew and loved take on guys that you've never heard of before. It was wrestlings way of showcasing their stars to the world - while saving big matches for pay-per-view events. Who …
 
We look ahead to the first ISPW show taking place in 2022 - New Year's Revenge! On January 14th the Superstars of ISPW Invade Totowa NJ. The event will feature Bull James looking to take his revenge on his former friend, the current ISPW Champion, "Superstar" Danny Morrison! Nikos Rikos battles Matt Sydal, ISPW Women's Champion Vicious Vicki defend…
 
Broadway Producer / Performer Jeremiah James teams up with '80's Wrestling The Podcast' host Tommy Fierro to bring us a Pro-Wrestling Rock Musical entitled “The Last Match”. We talk to Tommy & Jeremiah to discuss how this idea came about and find out what we can expect from this 'Rock N' Wrestling' type performance.…
 
As we head into another new year - we take a look back on one of the greatest years during the Golden Era of Professional Wrestling. The year was 1988 - the WWF Heavyweight Title scene was up-in-the-air, the "greatest" intercontinental champion of all time would have his run come to an end, and Demolition would capture their first WWF tag team cham…
 
Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas! It's the Christmas Episode of 80's Wrestling the Podcast! We relive the excitement of being an 80's Wrestling Fan on Christmas morning! We discuss our favorite memories, moments, gifts & toys from the World of 80s Wrestling!โดย 80s Wrestling The Podcast
 
“What I’d like to have right now, is for all you fat, ugly, inner-city sweathogs to keep the noise down while I take my robe off and show the ladies what a real sexy man looks like…” One of the most entertaining heels to come out of the Golden Era of Wrestling was Ravishing Rick Rude. From his tights, to his promos, to his finishing move - the Hall…
 
Tis' the season as ISPW prepares to deliver the gift of Christmas Chaos! Tomorrow night ISPW invades the St. Anthony of Padua Gym in Butler, New Jersey for it's much anticipated LIVE Christmas Event! We are joined by ISPW Founder Tommy Fierro and his new business partner - Bushwhacker Luke! We'll look ahead to tomorrow night's event and get the ins…
 
The Doctor of Style, Slick was one of the most entertaining managers during the Golden Era of Professional Wresting. He stood alongside some of the biggest heels in the business including: Nikolai Volkoff, The Iron Sheik, Akeem, The Big Boss Man, Power and Glory and The Warlord. Today we talk to the man himself as we relive some of our favorite mem…
 
The Independent Superstars of Pro Wrestling rumbled their way thru Totowa, New Jersey and we have the results! Champions were crowned, titles were defended, HUGE suprise appearances, and an ending NOBODY saw coming! Today we break down the latest ISPW show and look ahead to Christmas Chaos taking place December 10th at St. Anthony's Church Gym in B…
 
On today's episode, we take a look back at the career of the "Excellence of Execution", Bret "The Hitman" Hart. Bret was an amazing technical wrestler who's ability to tell stories inside the squared circle helped him transition from a tagteam wrestler to an accomplished singles superstar. He was unquestionable the leader of the "New Generation" an…
 
Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum Andre! Known as the Eighth Wonder of the World - Andre the Giant was the living embodiment of a wrestler being "Larger than Life." Throughout the ’70s and well into the ’80s, Andre was the industry's leading attraction, towering over the competition at seven feet, four inches and tipping the scales at a gargantuan 500-plus pounds. Whe…
 
Who would you have LOVED to see square off against eachother? Two fan favorites? Two heels? We're dreaming with our eyes wide open as we talk about the matches we would have loved to see! Call it 'Fantasy Booking', call it 'Dream Matches' - whatever you want to name it, we're talking about it LIVE on today's episode of 80's Wrestling - The Podcast!…
 
Not only did we grow up during the Golden Era of Professional Wrestling...we also grew up during the Golden Era of Toys! Throughout the 80's and into the 90's toy makers were looking for anything from ' pop culture' that they could turn into a toy. From AWA, NWA / WCW to the WWF - wrestling figures were THE toy leading the charge! We talk about the…
 
“Ricky Steamboat had everything — charisma, work rate, intensity and one of the best bodies in our business," WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair once said of his greatest rival. "He was just amazing." Often referred to as "a wrestler's wrestler" Steamboat was a gifted performer who could have an outstanding match with anybody. His in-ring abilities and pe…
 
Known as one of the greatest technical wrestlers of the era, Mr. Perfect was a heel character that was, well....perfect. He could have a great match with anybody and often had the best technical match on the card. His antics outside the ring are just as fondly remembered as his action inside the ring. On today's episode we talk about our memories a…
 
Broadcasting LIVE from 'Parts Unkown' - Jumpin' Jay & Tommy Fierro share their favorite memories from the career of the Ultimate Warrior! One of the most colorful and intriguing characters in the history of professional wrestling- The Ultimate Warrior stormed onto the wrestling scene and will forever be remembered by fans of this Golden Era. We tal…
 
WWE Hall of Famer - Former Women's Champion, Former Cruiserweight Champion, Former 24/7 Champion - the trailblazer herself, Madusa is our special guest! She was ahead of her time, she sparked the Monday Night Wars and she's here! - Talking about her career and taking fans calls LIVE!โดย 80s Wrestling The Podcast
 
It's our 'cup of coffe in the big time' as we reminisce about the Macho Man Randy Savage. From his heel run, to his face turn, and back and forth again - what were our favorite moments, matches and opponents of one of the greatest of all time! Tommy & Jumpin' Jay talk all things 'Macho Madness' and take calls LIVE from our listeners.…
 
The independent wrestling scene just got biggier and better! ISPW made it's return to the wrestling scene after nearly 20 years! We talk to the man behind the promotion and break down ISPW's return show!โดย 80s Wrestling The Podcast
 
He started as one of the most hated villains to ever climb into the squared circle. He finished as one of the most beloved entertainers of all time. Whether it was in the ring or on the mic - nobody did it like the "HotRod." Rowdy Roddy Piper was instrumental in launching the nationwide wrestling craze in the 80's. Tommy and 'Jumpin' Jay' talk bout…
 
Wrestling fans can argue for hours about who the greatest pro wrestler of all time is. When it comes to wrestling managers, however, few will argue that anyone did it better than Bobby Heenan. Whether he was ring side for a match involving one of his "family members" - or sitting alongside Gorilla Monsoon, Bobby Heenan was always entertaining. Toda…
 
Ahhh the finishing move, the one move that rendered you opponent helpless and gauranteed you the victory. Wrestlers would spend all match setting up their finishing move and once they executed it...it was all over. Back in the 80's it was extremely rare that a wrestler kicked out after a finishing move was performed - they were treated as "special.…
 
Being a referee in any competitive sport is not an easy job - but it's a job that needs to be respected. In the wild world of "sports entertainment" the task of the referee is a combination of rule enforcer, time manager, storyline assistant & information distributor. However, at least to the viewing audience, the primary function of a "referee" is…
 
There's a few match types that always catch a wrestling fans attention - iron man, cage, and of course - the battle royal! It's an every-man-for-himself, over-the-top-rope battle to be the last man standing. Full of non-stop action, the battle royal is a great "special attraction" match that keeps fans glued to the screen. Tommy & Jay talk about th…
 
Two men enter - one man leaves! Cage matches were the ULTIMATE blowoff to a storyline or feud in the 1980's. They were special, unique and they meant something. Tommy & Jay discuss some of their favorite cage matches from the Golden Era of Wrestling.โดย 80s Wrestling The Podcast
 
The World Heavyweight Championship tended to be held by the wrestler who had the biggest "draw" - but the Intercontintental Championship was often reserved for the best in-ring performer at the time. Throughout the 1980's & early 90's the IC Title carried a great deal of prestige and the wrestlers who wore that belt were known for having some of th…
 
We're heading into the 4th of July weekend by discussing the wrestlers that loved their country! The golden era of wrestling was full of wrestlers that defended the honor of their nation against all-comers. Whether they were standing up for the red, white and blue or representing a foreign nation - these performers were patriotic to the core. Tommy…
 
Remember the excitement of seeing the newest edition of your favorite Pro Wrestling magazine? The covers. The posters. The articles. The feeling of turning each page to discover what was next - reading it cover to cover. Wrestling magazines gave us an "inside look" into the world of professional wrestling beyond what we saw on Saturday mornings. Fo…
 
Tommy is the driving force behind 80s Wrestling Con and Monday Night Virtual, He is the owner & operator of the Wrestling Collector - a pro wrestling superstore, He manages multiple social media accounts with over half a million followers, He hosts this podcast and he is set to relaunch an independent wrestling promotion - all while being a down-to…
 
The Golden Era of Pro Wrestling saw some of the industries most iconic "heel" wrestlers - from talkers like "Ric Flair" to monsters like "Vader" - we talk about some of our favorites. We discuss what makes a great heel character and why heels may not be as effective in today's wrestling scene. Tommy Sheik stops by for what may be his last visit to …
 
When it came to merchandise, ss fans of 80's Wrestling, we were spoiled! We saw action figures, posters, lunch boxes, foam figures, alarm clocks and everything in between! Fans of the Golden Era of grown to be some of the biggest collectors of vintage wrestling items! Jumpin' Jay and Tommy stroll down memory lane and talk about their favorite wrest…
 
We head into Memorial Day Weekend by taking a look at the most patriotic-themed WrestleMania of all time. We break down the card match by match and discuss some moments that would go on to be historically significant. We conclude the show with asking "Shiek Tommy" what his Memorial Day plans are.โดย 80s Wrestling The Podcast
 
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