ON-POINT WRESTLING – 2 YEAR ANNIVERSARY – UNSTABLE ENVIRONMENTS – 2/07/14 – WILLIAMSTOWN, NJ
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This is the debut episode of AYP Wrestling’s latest show, Podcast From Parts Unknown, co-hosted by “The Big Cat” Andy Nichols of the AYP Wrestling podcast and New Jersey based independent wrestler, “The Punk Rock Pitbull” Vinny Cenzo. This episode’s guests are North Carolina indy wrestler, Jagger, and New Jersey’s Corey Havoc.
Jagger discusses his career, from how he broke into wrestling, coming up in the biz in North Carolina, working at the Break The Barrier show at ECW Arena in 1999, to his time in PWF. He talks about challenging the current PWF heavyweight champion, Cedric Alexander on November 23 in Hubert, NC and what a victory over Cedric would mean to his career at this stage. He also tells a funny story about Shane Helms and Manny Fernandez.
Corey Havoc then joins us with some funny tales about life on the New Jersey indy scene and the characters involved. Corey talks about working for ROH and WWE, the current whereabouts of longtime NJ promoters Gino Moore and Dapper Johnny Falco (Joe Panzarino), some great Power Uti stories, the legend of the Mambo King aka La Parka USA, working with Rockin’ Rebel, his dog being a Briscoe, and life in the UK. Plus he and Vinny discuss their recent road trip to work for FWF in Warsaw, IN.
On this episode of the AYP Wrestling Podcast the Big Cat is joined by NYC hardcore wrestling legend, “Lowlife” Louie Ramos for part 1 of a 2 part discussion. Louie talks candidly about how he fell in love with hardcore wrestling, the NYC public access days, his first meeting with Homicide, the LIWF and the Doghouse, JAPW, working ROH shows and Gabe Sopolsky, the NJ ban on hardcore wrestling by Governor Chrisite Whitman in 2000 and the negative affect it had on his career, the infamous MSNBC interview, and his current relationship with JAPW. Give it a listen and get ready for more when we release part 2 next week!