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MMA fans get a twist tonight, as one of the most beautiful and popular independent female wrestlers, Su Yung, joins them tonight. Hear what Su has been up to and what she will be up to, and also get her take on MMA.
Su is an accomplished wrestler who has had stints all over the world, including a WWE contract.
Also Barcomb & Brown will go back and forth with news in the world of MMA, a great show tonight folks with a great guest. Join us at 12am Eastern time 9pm Pacific for Late Night MMA with Barcomb & Brown & Yung.
Independent Everything with Metal 2 Music Records and A1 Productions Artist Yung T(Texas)
We go live next episode with Yung T(Texas) Metal 2 Music Associated Artist and A1 Productions CEO Yung T(Texas). We will discuss the release of his Solo Dolo Mix tape and his upcoming release of "Excuse My High" among other things. Tune in this Wednesday the 9th of April at 5:30 PM CDT .
Rising indy professional Wrestler Su Yung of the World Wrestling Network and World Series of Fighting Pablo Alfonso join us on this episode of the The Roman Show.
Yung joins us to talk about her upcoming match up in New York and recalls her days when she was signed with the WWE.
Alfonso gets to face off against Cody Bollinger for the number one contender spot for the World Series of Fighting bantamweight title currently held by Marlon Moraes in July in Tampa, Fl.
Plus, lot's of more entertainment!
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Who are you really? Do you identify yourself with your job position, your car, the neighborhood you live in? What if you lost your job, crashed your vehicle, or got evicted? Who would you be then? Whoever you think you are you are not. How can identifying with this false sense of self be deadly to your psyche and hinder every aspect of your life? Next 2RAW4TV we talk about the first enemy that needs to be fought to ensure permanent revolutionary change. Before you can defeat any adversary you must defeat yourself first. THE ENEMY WITHIN: HOW TO IDENTIFY AND KILL YOUR EGO
Boston bred artist, Yung Stash, talks about his mixtape campaign, envy, and about the hostile reggae take over happening right now on your radio
7-17-14 @ 11PM EST blogtalkradio.com/2RAW4TV CALL 3234100036 to comment, question, or listen via phone.
For this another episode of the show. We will be interviewing Yung Fliiboy who's the hottest independent artist in rap music today. He has performed live with G-Unit signee Precious Paris; received co-signs from Frenchie (BSM), DJ Superstar Jay, Wyclef Jean, Prodigy of Mobb Deep, and Jack Thriller; and has established a successful business model with Mobstar Enterprises.
Kylen Grace AKA Yung 5ive is one of the artists in the hip hop group Gutta Gang Monsters which is affiliated with Swagg Siti Entertainment. The group works independantly for their own success. You can download the mixtape "Monster Life " on www.datpiff.com
Follow him on Twitter @VampireLife5ive
The Greg DeMarco Show says farewell in their final episode!
For three-and-a-half years, Greg DeMarco and Patrick O'Dowd have taken the air waves by storm with their in your face approach to the insane world of professional wrestling and sports entertainment. They've been called every name in the book--good and bad--and always came back for more!
Celebrating one of the best guest lists in independent radio with names like ECW/WWE/WCW legend "The Franchise" Shane Douglas, former TNA superstar "The Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels, former WWE superstar Chris Masters and so many more, each edition of the GDMS was a can't miss show.
During the show's run, 15 women have become "DeMarcettes," living up to Su Yung's proclamation of "We're Beautiful and We Wrestle!" DeMarcettes have included Buggy Nova, Terra Calaway, Barbi Hayden, Veda Scott, Scarlett Bordeaux, Su Yung, Allie Parker, Cherry Bomb, Jessie Belle, Nikki St. John, Taeler Hendrix, The Blossom Twins (Hannah and Holly), Heather Lynn and Tessa Blanchard...each entertaining the masses of GDMS listeners on a weekly basis.
The final episode promises to be full of fun and surprises, and cannot be missed! Take one final opportunity to call in live before Greg & Patrick deliver one last set of Quick Hits and sign off for good.
Announced guests include:
"The Greek God" Papadon
Playboy Bunny Jessy Erinn
The acknowledgeable Yung Gator born Joshua J. Moore was born to the parents of Lori Kiner and Moses Moore in Michigan City, Indiana at St. Anthony’s hospital on February 17. Yung Gator grew up in a single parent home for as long as he could remember; he is the younger of two older brothers on his mom side and has two sisters and four brothers on his dad side. It was a battle growing up in the streets of Michigan City for Yung Gator, at the age of two his legs had to be broken due to medical issues and was forced to wear braces for six months. Yung Gator went through many trials and tribulations which led him to his next step in life which was music.
Yung Gator started doing music in the year of 2002 under the influences of the Temptations, 2 Pac, Master P, P Diddy, Lil Wayne, and UGK just to name a few. Yung Gator came up with his name when he was at the age of twelve, he later came up with his label named U.S.H. WORLDWIDE in 2004, Producing was always Yung Gators first love; Rapping came later for him in the year of 2006. In April 2006 Yung Gator did an opening performance for the artist known as Petey Pablo in Jackson Michigan. By the middle of 2006 Yung Gator had wrote and produce his first album entitled “OUT DERE” which later allowed him to acquire his first distribution deal in the year of 2007. Yung Gator would later indemnify his rights which would force him to later forfeit the contract and lose everything he had worked for. In April of 2007 he opened up for Willie the Kid (of the Apphiliates). Yung Gator also open for acts such as: Gorilla Zoe, Slim of 112, Young LA, Choppa (making the band), Young Buck and many more. Determined to move forward in his music career Yung Gator came out with his first mixtape entitled “U ALREADY KNO” in the year 2008. After a breakdown Yung Gator made a decision that would have him move to Dallas, TX in the year of October 2009. Being in a new city with new surroundings it took Yung Gator up to a year to get established