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Calgary wrestling legend Bruce Hart explores the past, present and future of professional wrestling, offering his internationally respected expertise on the business with an elite selection of world renowned stars of the squared circle!! From the territories of old to the modern WWE product on television today, no topic is too taboo for this senior member of the Hart Family!!

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We welcome 2019 Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame inductee and the recipient of the Stu Hart Lifetime Achievement Award Bob Roop

The Ed Whalen Media Award winning director of 350 DAYS Fulvio Cecere joins Bruce Hart Matt Merz and Bob Johnson to share perspectives

Seattle wrestling historian Steve Verrier our guest cohost joins Bruce Hart and Bob Johnson as we welcome Moon Dog Ed Moretti a big time favorite up and down the West Coast from the late 1970s-1990s to share perspectives

We welcome Tiger Conway Jr to share perspectives on wrestling in Black History Month

We welcome CFL Allstar Tom Forzani and NHL great Morris Lukowich to discuss wrestling as it pertains to other sports

We welcome wrestling historian and the associate producer of The Wrestler Mr Evan Ginzburg from New York City to share perspectives with Bruce Hart and Bob Johnson from the Hart Beat Radio studios in Calgary Alberta Canada

We welcome with special guest cohost Merv Unger with our host Bruce Hart as we welcome AWA's Al Derusha sharing perspectives

We welcome back to share perspectives New England wrestling historian and promoter Sheldon Goldberg with Calgary's Bruce Hart and Bob Johnson

We welcome wrestling legend Ronnie Garvin to the show

We welcome back well known wrestling author John Cosper who wrote the best seller Dont Call Me Fake The Real Story of De D David Schultz with Bruce Hart and Bob Johnson