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#HYPE Is Wrestling Radio #31- Wrestling's Gimmick MatchesDate/Time- Thursday, May 23rd at 10:00 AM ESTCall In # 646-200-0999Its a match that has ended MANY feuds in the wrestling business. The gimmick match. Whether you witnessed the violence of a cage match or the climbing of a ladder, you found yourself more likely to pay to watch a ppv or watch a show based upon the style of match. Join Adam "MainMan" Carey as he focuses on the different styles of matches in the wrestling business. He will look at the best (and worst) the business has to offer!
the revolution of the mind continues... Kanye West made a bold move this past weekend around the globe with a message of angst and revolution. Blasting his message across buildings around the world in the most wealthy neighborhoods with a message directed specifically to "white America" Ye is looking like he might be trying to bring hip-hop back to being the CNN of the ghetto. But is he relaying the angst of the people or is this a self serving rant? Lets talk it out MadMen. Join us Tuesday night at 10pm. U already know how we do...
There's been so much "hype" about going gluten-free. So, what is gluten anyway? Should you go gluten-free? Do you even know if you have gluten sensitivites?
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PWTR hosts discuss the latest news in the world of wrestling, such as:
John Cena’s “new gimmick” Damien Sandow’s failed MITB cash-in The effectiveness of the MITB briefcase Debate: Should Damien Sandow have defeated John Cena? Is overbooking a problem in WWE? Big Show taking Daniel Bryan’s spot in the WWE Championship picture Daniel Bryan attacks Shawn Michaels Kane unmasks and offers his services to Stephanie McMahon Is TNA up for sale? AJ Styles leaves TNA, set to defend the TNA Title around the world Question of the Week: If there was a Mt. Rushmore for wrestling, who are the four people you would put on the mountain? Debating who is the greatest of all time Were Undertaker’s “American Badass” years a failure? …. and more!
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Since their first recording in 1990, the internationally acclaimed Chicago Mass Choir has grown into one of the strongest and most exciting choirs on the gospel scene. They have been at the top of Billboard's charts, won numerous awards, and have been nominated for multiple Stellar Awards and Grammy Awards with their gimmick-free, straight ahead approach to gospel music.
KickAss Radio welcomes Val Solomon and Erica Willick, creators of GORGO Women’s Fitness Magazine, to talk about their all-digital women’s fitness magazine, called GORGO, set to launch on November 1 and why they think people need or want a new magazine with all the information available online. Listen in as they share how they got connected on this kind of business venture and their thoughts on how women get fitness information these days.
Val Solomon, a mother of 4 boys and military wife from Ft. Meade, Maryland, is no stranger to fitness nor the world of social media. Val built her social media following to 50,000+ in two years with her brand of living a fit life FOR her children, instead of being fit in spite of four kids.
Erica Willick, a mother, accountant and wife from London, Ontario, went from being a fit but fairly shy office professional to being a favorite Oxygen magazine fitness model, an international cover girl and a Pro Bikini Model champion in one year.
They connected thanks to a shared passion for empowering women in fitness, but noted a diet quick-fix and gimmick-ridden trend that was prevalent in fitness magazines on the newsstand. The pair believe women are craving more challenge, as well as more real information to inspire themselves to make healthy changes that last.
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EPISODE #278: Joe Rodriguez is back to share his adventures in the mountains with tigers, bears, oh my! After somwhat of a poor reception from the WWE Universe Monday, how can Los Matadores ( aka Primo & Epico ) have success in their current gimmick? Lee offers a few suggestions.
Also, Lee & Joe go over the full for WWE Battleground this Sunday with another installment of Call That Match!
And what the hell is going on with Awesome Kong aka Kharma as it's another installment of Reality Check!
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Director Kyle Patrick Alvarez releases his sophomore film, C.O.G. which he wrote based on a story by David Sedaris. Kyle tells host Robin Milling getting the rights to the story from Sedaris was a challenge as he regularly passes on the idea of making his stories into films.
Determined, Kyle showed up at a Sedaris book signing with his first film, Easier With Practice, in hand. His passion plea was his personal connection to C.O.G.which deals with the intersection of religion and sexuality. Growing up in the Mormon community dealt with that in spades! Four months later Sedaris e-mailed and Alvarez became the first person to adapt his writings for the screen.
Kyle is clear that C.O.G. is not a coming out story but more about coming to terms with being seen as a gay person; nor did he want to cast an openly gay actor as a gimmick. Jonathan Groff was just the right person for the job. He says, 'I think Jonathan has the quality of being an openly gay actor for most of his career, arguably his entire career and I think he truly has the opportunity and the possibility to break out and for people to not question him as a romantic lead opposite women. He has the looks and the talent and the charm to handle all of those things you need from a leading man.'
This week on OTTR~! join Ed and his co-hosts Cutrer and Craig as they have a really really big show. First we will be joined by former WWE, TNA, and current New Japan Superstar LANCE ARCHER, who was just in the Greatest NJPW G 1 of all time, his team with Davey Boy Jr. and just being the biggest baddest dude in Japan. Then we will be joined by Shimmer and Shine Superstar LEVA BATES, one of the top up and coming young talents out there today, she also has the greatest gimmick of all time, she is a cosplayer and comes to the ring as a different super hero or villain for every match, she is also an awesome wrestler, so join us for this and more on OVER THE TOP RADIO~!
Doug Gilbert (born January 5, 1969) is a professional wrestler from Memphis, Tennessee who wrestles on the independent circuit. He is the brother of the late "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert and the son of wrestler/referee/promoter Tommy Gilbert Gilbert was given the Nightmare Freddie gimmick by his father, Tommy Gilbert, who had returned to wrestling after being a referee for a time but opted to stay under a mask during the tenure. Nightmare Freddy (or just Freddy, as he was usually called) was a fairly successful character in the Memphis area and was actually a babyface for most of his run. He feuded with the Master of Pain. Freddy was, of course, based on Freddy Krueger, the main character in the A Nightmare on Elm Street films. He even came out wearing the bladed glove. Under Doug's tenure under the rubber mask, Freddy teamed with a Jason (from Friday the 13th) inspired wrestler as well as a Frankenstein, a Wolfman, and Leatherface. Freddy also toured in Japan where he gained even more popularity and helped start a "movie monster/wrestler" boom, most notably in the W*ing federation, where Doug joined his brother Eddie in an infamous match. Feeling betrayed by the company, Doug, wrestling as Nightmare Freddy, and Eddie, as The Boogeyman (a gimmick inspired by the main character from the Halloween series of horror movies), broke character after a tag match, removed their masks and shot on the company. Doug continues to wrestle as Freddy in Japan and is still very popular, fighting other “monster” wrestlers like Leatherface and The Cryptkeeper. Gilbert made one appearance in the World Wrestling Federation, competing under his own name as an entrant in the 1996 Royal Rumble match. He entered at #14, and lasted 3 minutes before being eliminated by Vader.
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