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The first episode of 'You can't work a worker' has been announced with no fanfare, just a few select people in the business. This episode isn't for the faint of heart or for the John Cena fanboy. This is more for John Cena himself.Billy Reil and Phil Dejewels are the co-hosts of this podcast. Billy Reil was a Northeast Indy mainstay breaking into the business at age 15, and while having regional success, never hit the national scene as he was overcome with numerous injuries that he still hasn't recovered from. Phil Dejewels trained with Reil, Nick Berk, Trent Acid, and various other Philly indy sensations. His most notable work was as Jersey All Pro Suicidal Champion while Billy Was JAP Lightheavyweight Champ before he forfeited all of his indy titles. Once Reil got injured for good, Dejewels went on to Pay Per View matches as Gorgeous Ladies Of Oil Wrestling, as he faced Mickie James, Bobcat, April Hunter and other top women. Both of these men were trained by 'The Pitbulls, Reckless Youth, Mike Kehner, New Jack, and Dory Funk Jr.
This episode feature the Big Kahuna as the 1st guest of the show. Geno Moore has been the center of controversy for years, but if you ask him, he doesn't know why so many people try to rib him or take cheap shots at him.In Geno's heyday he found success working the Kansas City Territory, as well as Calgary, and was also used as a WWWF enhancement talent making good friends with Gorilla Monsoon. Geno and partner Dennis Coraluzzo along with Dapper Johnny and others ran a very succesful and most notable NWA NJ, as they were the most recognizable and prestigious indy in the 90's. Bringing Chris Benoit Lightning Kid,and Terry Funk into town before ECW. There was a big blowoff between these partners, and That's where alot of heat came into Geno's lap. Whether her deserved it or not, we are going to get the shoot truth tonight.Phones will open 30 mins in
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