Big Cat Andy Nichols welcomes an irate Jagger to this episode of the AYP Wrestling podcast to discuss his recent controversial actions in the PWF.
On June 17, 2016 at PWF’s King’s Road event, one of the most popular figures in PWF history, Jagger, shocked the wrestling world by attacking Colby Corino after Colby’s victory over ROH’s Will Ferarra. After the attack, Jagger proceeded to “expose” Colby Corino and his father Steve.
Since King’s Road, we have been unsuccessful in our attempts to interview Jagger…UNTIL NOW. Jagger comes clean with his feelings of how Steve has built PWF as a vehicle for Colby to succeed in the wrestling business and how others, including the locker room veterans, are being used and thrown aside for Colby’s benefit.
It’s been awhile, but “Big Cat” Andy Nichols is back with former pro wrestling manager, Jack O’Hearts.
Jack talks about his career from training in Kentucky to his days on the New York independent scene. We talk about his first gimmick in the business and how he ended up in New York and got involved with VPW on Long Island. Jack also discusses his influences, dealings with fans, and more. Plus, Andy makes a push to get Jack to come out of retirement for one match only to manage VIRGIL!
“Big Cat” Andy Nichols welcomes “The Geek With The Physique” Seymour Snott and GOUGE heavyweight champion, Timmy Lou Retton.
Seymour kicks things off, discussing his career, coming up with Roland Alexander in APW and working for GOUGE. We also discuss his previous incarnations, dropping out of the Handsome Boy Modeling School, and training Timmy Lou Retton.
We are then joined by Timmy Lou Retton to discuss the rapid progression of his pro wrestling career and road to the GOUGE heavyweight title. We also discuss his change of attitude in the PWF, and his alliance with Reggie Reason, Cedric Alexander, and William Huckaby. TImmy tells us about his future goals, including wrestling in Japan, and the significance of the date July 4 to his wrestling career.
AYP WRESTLING PODCAST: SEYMOUR SNOTT AND TIMMY LOU RETTON