On this episode of the PVDcast, I am joined by Brian Zane, the man who is behind many pro wrestling themed YouTube shows. His most popular, Wrestling With Wregret, takes a comical look at bad ideas, angles, characters and events from pro wrestling’s present and past. Brian’s involvement in pro wrestling isn’t limited to creating entertaining and informative pro wrestling YouTube shows. He is also a wrestler and manager that has been in the business for over 10 years. Brian and I discuss his various shows, as well as his career as a wrestler and manager and training under Buddy Rose and Colonel DeBeers. Check out this episode because I’m sure that you won’t regret it!
It’s time for the annual WWE fall tradition, the Survivor Series! On this edition of The PVDcast, I am joined by my resident wrestling marks, Ringside Rand and DJ Joey Blayze. We discuss the upcoming Survivor Series card, as well as the NXT Takeover event featuring the return of War Games! Mix in a little of the silliness that always happens when the three of us get together and you have one entertaining episode! Kick back and get ready to hear all of our insights, opinions and predictions on the pay-per-view that we hopefully will be thankful for when it is over.
On this mini-episode of The PVDcast, I give a status update on some of the things that have been going on with yours truly. (Hence, the very creative title for the episode!) Find out what’s been going on & hear my opinions on several other topics. Those topics include the upcoming WWE PPV, Survivor Series, the Kenny Omega – Chris Jericho match-up slated for Wrestle Kingdom 12 & Georges St. Pierre’s return to the UFC. So check out this emblematic episode that is sure to entertain!
Hey, wrestling fans! Do I have an episode of The PVDcast for you! Filmmaker Chris Bournea joins me to discuss his documentary, Lady Wrestler: The Amazing, Untold Story of African-American Women in the Ring. This documentary chronicles the lives and careers of three brave, African -American women who were trailblazers in pro wrestling, while facing racism and discrimination along the way. Chris shares his stories about making this film, why these gifted wrestlers aren’t recognized, how Columbus, Ohio fits into this tale and how influential these women were to the sport of pro wrestling. Trust me, you’ll learn a lot about this small, but important, piece of pro wrestling history by listening to the episode!