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Moral causation be damned. When you cross Kharma, your fate is sealed.
Beneath her black leather gladiator-like garments is a woman who’s trained in the dojo of joshi puroresu (female Japanese wrestling) and mixed martial arts – experience garnered while on a quest to prove WWE wrong after being told at a “Tough Enough” audition that she was “too fat” to make it as a WWE Diva. Kharma responded vehemently to her detractors by winning championships around the globe and decimating her opposition until WWE could no longer ignore her. Then, weeks before her WWE arrival, she made certain that the Diva division’s ring warriors also understood she wasn’t there to play around through vignettes in which she gleefully tore the heads and body parts off dolls. On May 1, 2011, the braided brute made a startling debut at the Extreme Rules pay-per-view, and left Michelle McCool as battered and broken as Kharma’s creepy collection of dismembered dollies. The only visual more frightening than Kharma decimating the first-ever Divas Champion, however, was how much she visibly seemed to enjoy doing so. In the weeks that followed, Kharma traversed between Raw and SmackDown, where she viciously annihilated any Diva she got her hands on. Then, almost as suddenly as she first appeared, she left. We will be discussing her start in professional wrestling as well as her time in TNA and what she is up to today. YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS A MOMENT OF THIS HISTORIC INTERVIEW WITH UNDOUBTEDLY THE TOUGHEST WOMAN IN PRO WRESTLING.
THIS IS NOT THE 13th NARROWCAST OF GRINDBONE.
I was just on this other show and it was crazy fun but now I'M HERE TO TALK WRESTLING.
Sting is now cashing WWE checks.
What's up in ROH?
Two (2) former guests are dueling it out for the top spot in the Indy Power Rankings. Go to WWW.GRINDBONE.COM click on GUESTS and look up Mister Marvelous elvin Maximus & Jock Samson.
We'll also be talking WWE's impending invasion of CHINA.
...and, of course, MORE..
This week we have the MMA Heavyweight Justin McCully (@justinmccully) Getting Down with us.
Justin talked about his most recent fight in Dec, as well as his first time out in the broadcast booth instead of in the cage with Resurrection Fighting Alliance (RFA). His new MMA project and how he is involved. McCully's early training and development days starting with Ultimate Pro Wrestling (UPW) where he met and worked with a young John Cena and then New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) working closley with Antonio Inoki and the New Japan Dojo and then finally his time with Team Punishment and UFC legend Tito Ortiz. His thoughts on UFC 146: The Heavyweights and the allure heavyweight fighters and the baddest man on the planet.
Come join JD (@spentradio) and B. Nos (@bnosanchuk) as they intierview their first MMA fighter.
TNA's Against All Odds takes place on Sunday, so I'll get another chance to run down the current state of TNA. And along those lines, I'll be predicting disaster the next time TNA will be heading outside of Orlando for a PPV. Clay Matthews and the Pack were on SmackDown last week and I'll go over that, being from Wisconsin and all. And Chris Jericho was in the news slightly for a quote about TNA, but I'll use the opportunity to go over where he is at as far as wrestling again goes. It took place at last weekend, but this week I'll go over Inoki's title tournament in IGF that included a Suzukawa/Sapp wrestling match through circumstances as suspect as those that killed their "fight" on New Year's Eve.
Week # 1 for Disk #8 in our 15 disk series of DVDVR's Best of the 80's - New Japan Series! Tonight it's
Akira Maeda vs. Yoshiaki Fujiwara (2/5/86)
Antonio Inoki & Keiichi Yamada vs. Nobuhiko Takada & Osamu Kido (2/5/86)
Antonio Inoki vs. Yoshiaki Fujiwara (2/6/86)
Tatsumi Fujinami, Kengo Kimura, & Shiro Koshinaka vs. Akira Maeda, Nobuhiko Takada, & Yoshiaki Fujiwara (3/7/86) Next week it's the 1986 Gauntlet match!
TNA had its final PPV of the year--Final Resolution--on Sunday, AAA had its last major show of the year--Guerra de Titanes--on Sunday, NOAH ran Budokan Hall one more time this year with the Joe Higuchi Memorial show, on Sunday, Inoki's IGF promotion had it's final show of 2010 on Friday, All Japan's Strongest Tag League wraps up on Tuesday, and I will be talking about all of them! Also, I'll be going over the murder of El Hijo de Cien Caras, C.M. Punk at the announce table, Matt Hardy, and one match that I didn't want to see happen in 2010 is actually going to happen in 2010. Tune in to hear it all.
Listen to John's interview with MMA legend Don Frye.
Don was in a very game attitude and spoke about his long friendship with Dan Severn, early UFC memories, the Takayama fight in PRIDE, his part in Antonio Inoki's retirement match, acting and more.
You will laugh at least 10 times during this episode or your $$$ back.
Disk #15 of the Death Valley Driver Video Review "Best of the 80s" series featuring New Japan!
Jushin Liger vs. Naoki Sano (8/10/89)
Akira Nogami vs. Naoki Sano (8/31/89)
Jushin Liger, Kengo Kimura & Riki Choshu vs. Pat Tanaka, Owen Hart & Bam Bam Bigelow (8/31/89)
Riki Choshu vs. Shinya Hashimoto (12/7/89)
And as many extras as we can get through, but definitely:
Antonio Inoki, Riki Choshu & Tatsumi Fujinami vs. SD Jones, Abdullah the Butcher & Bad News Allen (10/8/82)
Special Delivery Jones! Can you believe it? It's like hearing that Nacho Barrera was on the New Japan set! Or Jake "The Milkman" Milligan! Clearly, we are all thrilled at the prospect.
BHR Wrestling - The Place to Be!
EXTRA: Seiji Sakaguchi & Killer Khan vs. Riki Choshu & Masa Saito (1/6/83)
EXTRA: Hulk Hogan wedding footage (1/8/84)
EXTRA: Riki Choshu vs. Tatsumi Fujinami (2/3/84)
EXTRA: Yoshiaki Fujiwara vs. Animal Hamaguchi (4/6/84)
EXTRA: The Cobra vs. Dynamite Kid (6/6/84)
EXTRA: British Bulldogs & David Shultz vs. Antonio Inoki, Tatsumi Fujinami & Cobra (7/1/84)
EXTRA: Inoki Walkman Commercial (9/13/85)
EXTRA: Vader + Antonio Inoki (12/27/87)
EXTRA: Shinya Hashimoto vs. Riki Choshu (4/24/89)
EXTRA: Jushin Liger vs. Naoki Sano (9/20/89)
Disk #13, show #1. We kick it off with Vader vs Inoki!
Go Vader go! Shoot Vader shoot!
Antonio Inoki vs. Vader (7/29/88)
Tatsumi Fujinami, Keiichi Yamada, Shiro Koshinaka, Yoshiaki Fujiwara & Kengo Kimura vs. Hiroshi Saito, Kuniaki Kobayashi, Super Strong Machine, Masa Saito & Riki Choshu (9/12/88)
Keiichi Yamada & Shiro Koshinaka vs. Perro Aguayo & El Canek (10/10/88)
Tatsumi Fujinami, Shinya Hashimoto & Masa Chono vs. Tracy Smothers, Steve Armstrong & George Takano (11/11/88)
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