Author: Scott » Published On: November 15th, 2012 » Filed In: AIWF Mid Atlantic Wrestling, C4W, Podcast Episode, Total Nonstop Action » Comments: (0)

The Old School Mafia (Louis Moore, Matt Houston, and Scrapyard Dog) faces Jimi Love, Ouga Booga, and Beef in six man action on November 17 in Pelham, NC. What does the OSM have in store for Jimi’s team?

Matt returns to a warm welcome from Scott Eiland, and they discuss upcoming events, TV tapings, death in wrestling, and Matt’s willingness to train new talent. They discuss Christian York getting “the call” and becoming the newest wrestler signed by TNA Wrestling through their “Gutcheck” program, and they walk down the memory lane discussing Bruce Pritchard, AKA “Brother Love.” They also discuss the rash of premature deaths over the last 25 years or so, and Scott asks if there is less drug use in the locker room today, and what that might mean. Scott also announces that he will be closely following TNA for national trends and topics on the program, and that

Cruiserweight star Mason Myles joins Scott for this week’s interview. They discuss his two years in pro wrestling and how his training regimen as an amateur helps him today, as well as his current battles ongoing in C4W Wrestling in Myrtle Beach, SC, as well as the threat made by former AIWF World Champion Stephen Hayes.

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