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  • 02:02

    Apex Presents....Tommy Dreamer

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    With our last show before Fighting Back, Wrestling with Cancer, we figured we would give everyone a treat. Ladis and Gentlemen, We proudly Present to you. "The Innovator of Violence" Tommy Dreamer

  • 01:01

    Tommy Dreamer Speaks Out on Real Sports Talk Radio

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    Earlier this Week Tommy Dreamer Joined Mike and Randy to Discuss Everything ECW, NY Sports Scene, How he found out about the Dimise of ECW, His WWE Run, the ECW invasion of WWE in '96, the status of both WWE and TNA, The difference Between Paul Heyman, Vince McMahon and Dixie Carter, and his life as a promoter and a father.


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  • 00:24

    VOC Nation Sunday: A Chat with ECW Original Tommy Dreamer

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    Tommy Dreamer joined the VOC Nation Radio Network as part of their 1 year anniversary away from AM Radio and into the Cloud.  You can hear the entire anniversary show at http://vocnation.com, which also features interviews with Joey Styles, Shelly Martinez, Jimmy Hart, and others.

    Here is a sample of what the ECW Original had to say:

    On the State of Pro Wrestling:  “There’s a lot of unhappiness with the current direction of wrestling, especially with the last few pay per views (from both companies).  I was watching the last WWE PPV with fans at a restaurant, and the end of the show left a lot of people with a bad taste in their mouth.  TNA has been doing that for a long time as well.  I’m not knocking the product or the direction; wrestling is (in the eye of the beholder) and I just view it differently.  I was the very first Paul Heyman guy; him and I used to argue about what was good for the show and the product, but we never lied or tried to screw over the audience.  I watched (ECW) grow from a 35 person audience to selling out 1000+ seat arenas. I don’t have a money backer; this is my money.  I’m not going to be the next WWE or TNA (overnight), I’m slowly trying to build something. 

    On his Goals for the House of Hardcore Brand:  “I would love for my company to be on a national level.  I would love to be running a television show.  I’m not going to rush things, I’m not going to force things.  I have a business model and a game plan."  


    Simply Put: The Worldwide Leader in Entertainment.
    The VOC Nation Radio Network was born out of AM Radio in Philadelphia, and has grown into one of the largest and most successful modern media networks in the world.

  • 01:26

    Real Sports Talk: Tommy Dreamer

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    This Week Real Sports Talk Radio goes to the Extreme as Randy and Mike welcome Tommy Dreamer to the show!! Tommy will be discussing this weekend’s House of Hardcore show, his time in both ECW and WWE, and the state of the wrestling Industry.

    If you would like to send Tommy a question to be answered on the air you could email it to randy@backsportspage.com or tweet them to #bspasktommy

    As always please “like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/realsportstalkradio and on twitter @backsportspage.com. Randy is on twitter at @randybsp and mike @mtramontozzi     



  • 03:56

    2nd Half Open Forum, Your Topic Your Questions! No Yelling By Tommy!

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  • 01:05

    shut em down radio interview with Tommy ford

    in Music

    shut em down radio doing a interview with tommy ford from martin tv show Tuesday, October 6th 8pm tune 347 8501177 Directed by celebrity photographer-turned director Ian Foxx, “The Club” is a faith-based, comedy series, inspire by past scandals of ministers, helming mega churches. The 5-minute episodes follow the trials and tribulations of Rev. Lamont Holmes Jr. (Tommy Ford, “Martin”), accused of illicit behavior and extra-marital affairs that’s certainly unbecoming for a man of the cloth. To gain forgiveness and reconciliation from his flock, he enters a sex addiction treatment program, only to discover “The Club.” And let’s just say that this clandestine fraternity of sex addicts may or may not help Rev. Holmes kick the habit. Like a secret handshake, tune in to find out why the men chant “Boom Shaka Laka Boom!” Tommy Ford, best known for his role as Tommy on the FOX hit tv show, “Martin,” serves as a co-executive producer on the project.

    “The Club” web series just nabbed the following at the Miami Web Fest:
    Ian Foxx Producer, Director Winner "Best Faith Based Web Series
    Tommy Ford, Producer, Actor Winner "Best Actor In a A Comedy Series”

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  • 00:11

    Ask MomRN Show: Actor Willie Ames

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    Actor Willie Ames, best known for playing Tommy Bradford on the 1970s television series Eight Is Enough and Buddy Lembeck on the 1980s series Charles in Charge and Bibleman on the kids' television series, joins us to discuss his newest movie, Harvest Moon, which premieres on The Hallmark Channel on Saturday October 10th at  9pmET/8CT.

  • 02:06

    Fightin' Words Radio Network proudly presents Sports Tonight with Tommy G

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    Join Tommy G, Butch, Roy and hall of fame and  legendary sports announcer Don Henderson. On the premier sports show on the Fightin' Words Radio Network, Sports Tonight with Tommy G. As they discuss the world of sports. The guys will cover football, hockey,boxing,baseball, basketball and any and all other sports. Tommy and the crew will also be joined by some legendary guests. Every Wednesday night the guy will discuss the happenings in the world of sports. To take part in the show please call in at 347-202-0832 or click on the shows free link.

  • 02:01

    Boxing History - This Week in Boxing 1

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    The boxing history podcast is back!

    Once more Compubox operator and fight historian Aris Pina joins Patrick Connor of The Fight City to talk boxing and it's long, convoluted and wonderful history. This week on the show, Aris and Patrick discuss the happenings of fights that happened during or around the second week of October in history.

    From Tommy Sullivan vs Abe Attell for the featherweight title in 1904; to Henry Armstrong vs Al Manfredo for the welterweight title in 1939; to Alexis Arguello's defense of a featherweight belt over Royal Kobayashi in 1975; and back to Sam Langford vs Sam McVey V (one of their 15 fights total) for the "negro" heavyweight title in 1912... There is no era that's off limits.

    To call in, dial (646) 564-9952.

    Have a mythical matchup you'd like discussed? A question you'd like answered? Go to our Facebook page and fire away. Or for Twitter follow Aris @PunchZoneAris or Patrick @PatrickMConnor

    Thanks for tuning in!

  • 02:47