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Baby Baby! Call Somebody! The 6:05 Superpodcast is back! This week on The Mothership, The Great Brian Last is joined by a first timer in the co-host chair, longtime photographer Howard Baum. This fun & packed episode features:

– Ron Fuller, The Tennessee Stud & host of the Studcast, joins the show to discuss wrestling promotional wars. Ron shares his memories of the Georgia wrestling war between the NWA & Ann Gunkel’s All South promotion, as well as the story of what happened to his promotion, Southeastern Championship Wrestling, in 1979 when several top stars decided to run against him. This is a true history lesson from one of the very best storytellers in wrestling!

– Tony Myers joins the show, in part one of a two part conversation, to discuss his career in Memphis. Tony talks about being a huge fan of Memphis wrestling and then getting the opportunity to work there. We hear stories about Jerry Lawler, Bill Dundee, Jamie Dundee and a locker room brawl between Luna Vachon & Jacqueline. Tony also talks about how he broke into the business, as well as his memories of a young Flex Kavana, better known as The Rock!

– Polish Joe Ciupik is back to discuss Herb Abrams, GLOW, Larry Nelson and everything he has going on with Classic Wrestling, including their videos which are now available for rent or purchase at classicwrestling.com!

– TGBL & Howard discuss Bert Prentice ripping off Howard’s family, Luna Vachon’s wedding, Ric Flair, the humor of Bobby Heenan and more! Plus, TRnac, Hod Dog, Stuttering Tommy Rich, Not Charlie Brown From Outta Town, Jim Cornette’s Answering Machine & more!



Book Of The Week:

Florida Mat Wars: 1977 by Robert VanKavelaar with Scott Teal


Please support Ramseur Records by visiting their online store and using the promo code “605” at checkout to save 20%!



Time Stamps:

  • Top Ten (0:14:50)
  • Slaughtering A Sacred Cow (1:42:46)
  • Polish Joe Ciupik (1:55:06)
  • Tony Myers part one (2:23:46)
  • Ron Fuller (3:08:36)


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I checked out the previous episode (as I was primarily interested in the Rip Rogers interview) as I'd stopped listening to this and thought the Top 10 had gotten worse than I remembered. It just dragged and dragged with a bunch of segments that I didn't find funny. The stuff which I found most interesting was when Brian got to talking about Jim Ross and how he was going to omit Scott Williams' name off his autobiography until Bix, himself and a few others put the pressure on him.

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It is tough for me to listen to outside podcasts due to my PTBN "obligations". Even though the fast forward feature is definitely available and it becomes a true first world problem, it is easier for me to check out of an entire podcast if there is 50% or so that I know I am going to skip then zipping around using the fast forward feature.

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