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  1. bobholly138

    Comments that don't warrant a thread - Part 4

    I got in and read Barber's XPW book. It's pretty good. Worth the 10 or so bucks it costs.
  2. The book is ordered and should be here the end of the week. Now I gotta talk my girl into letting me get it now instead of "Hey your birthday is next month. You have to wait until then to get it."
  3. Getting a copy of the book for my birthday next month. Would love to have that file with links to all the matches.
  4. bobholly138

    The aging of wrestling fans

    Talk to anyone that owns a comic shop, what keeps them open and making money is MtG and currently those ugly ass Funko Pops. The comic shop in town has very few people coming in to buy comics. The ones that do come to buy comics are 30 or older.
  5. bobholly138

    The aging of wrestling fans

    Going by the crowds I see at the 20 or so indie shows I goto each year. The crowds are 1/3rd 30 to 50 years old 1/3rd kids under 15 1/3rd teens/young adults 17 to 25 And the last group is there cause there is nothing else to do in the tiny rural southern towns the shows are held in.
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    Best match you ever saw live in person?

    Tie both from the same show Beach Blast 92 Cactus Jack vs Sting fall count anywhere on the Gulf Coast Ricky Steamboat vs Rick Rude mini iron man match
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    Under-the-radar wrestling book recommendations

    Yea it sounded pretty good. The author send us a copy of the book. Next time I see the co-host I'm getting the book.
  8. bobholly138

    Under-the-radar wrestling book recommendations

    The author of that book was interviewed on a recent episode of King of Wrestling Podcast.
  9. bobholly138

    Is Impact the best promotion in wrestling history?

    Sucks she had to retire. But I get that she has to do what is best for her mentally and emotionally.
  10. I hope they use whatever footage was filmed and add some to it to make a film to wrap up the show. Saw that someone had posted pictures of Taya in season 4. It sucks that great shows get cancelled and tripe like SVU and Friends get to run for ever. Classic shows like Freaks and Geeks can't even get 1 season but it seems like all those reality crap shows run for 10 years.
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    RIP "Bullet" Bob Armstrong

    That's the David Friedman/Fred Olen Ray made documentary. Known as Southern Discomfort or Alabama Outlaws or The Iron Sheik The Main Event. Under the Alabama Outlaws title it is streaming on Amazon Prime.
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    Comments that don't warrant a thread - Part 4

    The parts of the US that SMW was running were at least 5 years behind the times. Like where I live currently. They still think it is 1988.
  13. bobholly138

    NWA Powerrr

    Known Tim since 2013 and he is uber nice. So Happy that he is getting a chance to be known outside the TX/LA/AR/MS circuit he has worked for decades.
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    NWA Powerrr

    I ordered him one right after making that post.
  15. bobholly138

    NWA Powerrr

    Exactly. My father is 75 and has never learned how to work a DVD player or computer. But each week he is watching MLW,NWA Powerrr,CWFH and Reality of Wrestling on youtube. Cause all he has to do is goto channel # something on Dish network and he has access to youtube. Dish and I bet DirecTV connect to youtube. And most modern TVs have a youtube app. So more and more older folks,hell I am 45,are accessing Youtube. Hell the other day I got a call from my dad. He was all excited cause he found Smoky Mountain Wrestling on Youtube.Tempted to get him a Roku Streaming stick for Xmas and hook him up with the FITE app and a few other free apps. What I really love the most about NWA Powerrr is now a nationwide audience is getting to see how good Tim Storm and Ricky Starks are. Been following both guys since about 2012. Tim cause he worked a lot for NWA Bayou Indie Wrestling,now just Bayou Indie Wrestling. And Ricky was working for Powerslam Productions,former WWE Ref Wes Adams Mid Mississippi based fed,and Wildkat Sports out of NOLA. First time I saw Ricky I was saying if given a chance he could be huge. Dude just has IT. He has this odd charisma. And some of the best facials in wrestling. Tim Storm was great as the older vet that would face anyone. Him and John Saxon had a great taped fist match in the tiny town I live in for the NWA North American title.
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