Author Mike Mooneyham In-Studio with 'Hit the Ropes Radio'
This week, we were going to be one man shy of the triple threat, so we set out for a temporary replacement—author Mike Mooneyham.
For those who don't know Mr. Mooneyham, you can read up on his thoughts of pro wrestling in an interview I did with him way back when.
With Mooneyham on the card, you can guarantee we're going to get to the nitty gritty of pro wrestling. We'll be dissecting WrestleMania XXV and breaking down our picks.
Plus, he will give us some refreshing insight into the business, as well as news, notes and predictions. And forget about wondering who his inside source is.
He is the inside source.
Mooneyham is good friends with Nature Boy Ric Flair, so we'll get his thoughts and opinions on Flair's match at WrestleMania, inducting Ricky Steamboat into the WWE Hall of Fame, and more.
We encourage you to join in on the WrestleMania conversation. Vent, tell us why it was great, whatever. It's your show.
But don't come alone. Tell a friend.
Tomorrow marks the first day in the wrestling radio revolution. Join in, make a difference, or get out of the way.
About Mike Mooneyham:
Mike Mooneyham, a writer and editor with The Post and Courier since 1979, is one of the nation's foremost authorities on professional wrestling and his weekly wrestling column has been in continuous publication longer than any other in the country.
A former radio wrestling talk show host, Mooneyham is a frequent guest on sports talk shows throughout the U.S.
He began writing for national wrestling magazines and other sports publications during the 1960's and has interviewed many of the industry's most influential figures.
He co-authored The New York Times bestseller "Sex, Lies and Headlocks."
This week on Hit The Ropes Radio, three bros and a wrestling show (as D calls it) are in the booth with author Mike Mooneyham. We're in talks with Earnest "The Cat" Miller, The Wrestler, WWE, and WCW for next week.
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