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The week we our join by our good friend William Morgan from The Wrestling Call-in Show. Talking WWE Summer Slam and much more. Plus Jaime had interview with Hulk Hogan.
This week on OTTR~! join Ed and his co-hosts Cutrer and Craig as they talk about one of the biggest weekends of the year for wrestling, SUMMER SLAM WEEKEND. We will talk and preview SUMMER SLAM, the big NXT show and all the crazyness that comes with it. We will also be talking our plans for SUPER CHINA BUFFET DAY and maybe even preview the ROH show this weekend to. All this and more on OVER THE TOP RADIO~!
This week on OTTR~! join Ed and his co-hots Cutrer and Craig as they review what was one heel of a big ass weehend last week. Full NXT Takeover review where Ed lost his got damn mind and went to BLUE PANTS CITY. Everything that happened at SUMMER SLAM and RAW, and WTF is going on with the Divas Revolution~! All this and more on OVER THE TOP RADIO~!
You might think that professional wrestling is just a bunch of guys in tights doing a few flips - well you might be true, but truly professional wrestling is a combination of athletic and story combined in a fun package. Ring Rust Radio's Donald Wood explains why professional wrestling is so appealing to fans and why the current storylines might not measure up to the past.
Also, the Sports Gal Pal explains why she's doing two shows a week - it's going to be a great Fall.
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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Robert Miller of the group Project Grand Slam to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss their musical journey and to introduce the singles NEW YORK CITY GROOVE and FIRE from the album MADE IN NY.
Project Grand Slam is our VIP Super Guest Stars tonight on the Friday Night Dance Party! PGS is celebrating their new album, "Made In New York." In Hour 1 we'll talk to the band, hear their story and play music which includes recordings live from the Blue Note Jazz Club.
In Hour 2: your requests will keep your feet on the dancefloor!
Call 323 657-1493 to ask a question or make a music request!
The band also recently released the song New York City Groove, also featuring Kat Robichaud on vocals. The song is “a love letter to my NYC home,” says Miller. In an effort to give back to the city they hail from the band has decided to donate a portion of the sales from New York City Groove to three New York City based art and culture non-profit organizations that benefit underprivileged and inner-city children, Groove With Me, Inc, Artists Striving To End Poverty (ASTEP) and Education Through Music (ETM.)
Visit Project Grand Slam's website here!
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Was Summer Slam really the biggest event of the summer? or did the WWE let us down? Did Daniel Bryan shift the wrestling world? Who really is the best in the world Brock Lesnar or CM Punk? Did Christians "One More Match" pay off. Did the Viper stike, cashing in his MITB case? All this and a break down of the event!
The Summer of 1984 was an eventful 3 months for new Commissioner David Stern and the NBA; on the heels of an epic 7-game Finals slugfest between Larry Bird’s World Champion Boston Celtics and Magic Johnson’s Los Angeles Lakers, the first of 3 heavyweight bouts in the Decade, the NBA Draft was held in New York City; the Draft would introduce fans to 4 future Hall of Famers who would each write their own chapter in the NBA’s History Books. There was Forward Charles Barkley of Auburn, the rowdy, raucous “Round Mound of Rebound”, his polar opposite, little-known Guard John Stockton of Gonzaga, the majestic Nigerian Center and Number One pick Akeem “The Dream” Olajuwon from the University of Houston, and the electric (Cue Chicago Bulls Public Address Announcer …”6 foot 6 Guard from North KAR-O-LINA!”)…Michael Jeffrey Jordan. These next-level players would secure the NBA’s rapidly growing stature as the Sport of the Future, with Bird and Magic now at the peak of their powers. Jordan, Georgetown Center Patrick Ewing and 10 of College Basketball’s best would represent USA Basketball in the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles, led by iconic and infamous Coach Bobby Knight of Indiana University. Knight, known lovingly as a “Raving Maniac” by his players brought his no-nonsense, drill-sergeant mentality to the USA program and molded yet another Gold Medal Winner. The agony and ecstacy of the Draft process, with its Franchise-changing consequences were never more evident than the summer of ’84.
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