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9/11 The Biggest Lie has passed a huge milestone at 500 thousand views on YouTube since May 27th of last year. We are going to discuss this as well as engage in a powwow of current 9/11 issues and ideas.
Claudio is coming at us with a refined discourse on his stance about 9/11 and with some positive reinforcement to get us moving as a movement. Listen in and Call In if you please to ask either of us questions.
This week in the Wrestling Wrealm, Mr Main Event Brian Waters and the Brains of the Operation Cameron Gee bring to you the biggest returns in the history of Professional Wrestling. What were some of your favorite returns, feel free to call call 347-215-8265.
James Easton & Steve Grage Host the show tonight
What is your Biggest Challenge? We all have a goals so what is your biggest challenge note I did not ask you what someone else's problem is. None am I asking prblems that other people have that bother you.
Let's face it the only person that you have any control over is you. We would like to believe that we can control or help the world however that is impossible. It is sometimes helpful to help one or a few but each need to work on ourselves first as we are all a work in progress.
Remember are a great work in progress. So let take of the covers and show ourselves and other what a great work we are!
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This week, Fantasy Insiders main man Joel Henard joins RotoRob as they discuss Joe Kelly coming off the DL after a lengthy absence.
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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Biggest Loser Trainer Cara Castronuova. Neil will interview Cara to find out about her boxing career, The Biggest Loser experience, and her foundation.
A two-time Golden Gloves winner and certified trainer once ranked nationally by USA Boxing, Cara Castronuova is popularly known as one of the newest trainers on The Biggest Loser.
Castronuova was born and raised in Elmont, New York, with three younger brothers. She began boxing at the age of five in the family garage with her father, a former Marine. She also wrestled in high school and in college. She graduated from Hofstra University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications.
She began her boxing career as a youth boxing trainer. Soon, she started entering local bouts, winning her first fight in 2002 at the NY Empire State Games in Syracuse. She also was a volunteer for a government-funded program designed to teach troubled youth the virtues of boxing and keep them off the streets.
Later, while working as a personal fitness and boxing trainer at popular sports clubs in the New York City area, like Chelsea Piers and Gleason’s Boxing Gym, she used fighting and boxing to encourage clients to “find their warrior within.” While continuing to train clients, Castronuova kept boxing competitively, winning a pair of “Silver Gloves” in 2004, the second-place prize in the Golden Gloves competition. Determined to redeem herself, Castronuova came back one year later and won her first New York Golden Gloves championship at Madison Square Garden in 2005 in front of a televised, capacity crowd.