About Your Hosts

Scott Eiland is the new play-by-play host on Channel 65 in Forsyth, Surry, and Yadkin counties, Monday nights on the AIWF Mid Atlantic television program. A longtime freelance baseball blogger, Scott is also the host of The Baseball Experience weekly podcast discussing Major League Baseball from a historical perspective. He is also periodically heard on SIMhorseracing.com as an analyst, as well as the Hold All Tickets podcast, a fan podcast dealing with the popular horseracing game on the same site.

Formerly, Scott was a sports columnist for the Summit Herald newspaper in Summit, New Jersey and a freelance columnist for the Pine Log in Nacogdoches, Texas. He lives in High Point, NC with his wife and two cats, Reagan and Cassie. You may follow Scott on Twitter @scotteiland.

“Manaconda” Matt Houston is a veteran inside the squared circle and one of the headliners for the AIWF promotions. He has twenty years of professional wrestling experience under his belt; and he is arguably one of the most-talented individuals to ever don a pair of wrestling boots. Since his debut December of 1993, Houston has held multiple tag team championships and numerous singles championships in various wrestling promotions. He recently procured the Pure Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship, adding to his list of lengthy career accomplishments.

When he’s not dazzling the masses with his in-ring prowess, or lending his talents to This Week In Wrestling, Matt is spending quality time with his family. He currently resides in Thomasville, North Carolina with his wife Tonya and their children. You may follow the unstoppable Manaconda on Twitter at: @ManacondaMatt.

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