Marty Sleeze & Chief Jay Historian Kelly Nelson are back again (WHOOMP! There It Is!) counting down the best World Wrestling Federation matches to take place between 1978-1987. Kelly proves why they call him Chief Jay Historian dropping knowledge on how Bob Backlund was booked the first year of his title reign. Marty relates a story of the Boston Brawl to the Bruno/Larry feud and retells his mix-up about Viagra. Kelly discusses the most watched match in pro wrestling cable history until the late 90s. Marty begs for Twitter hate, should he be careful what he wishes for and is totally out to lunch on the Killer Bees vs Hart Foundation. All this & much much more on Pro Wrestling Love Episode #37, #20-#16 on this countdown of the best WWF matches to take place between 1978-87. Click, download and enjoy and keep spreading the Pro Wrestling Love!
Marty Sleeze welcomes his long-time friend, his former Tag Teams Back Again (Whoomp! There It Is!) co-host, and a true Titan of Wrestling, Kelly Nelson aka Ricky Jackson on the show to discuss one of their mutually favorite times in pro wrestling, the World Wrestling Federation 1978-1987. They are discussing their picks for #25-#21 on this first of a five part series on the Best WWF Matches between 1978-1987. Marty leads off with the match that started it all! It is the match review that got Kelly’s attention and had him extend the invitation to become the Teen Titan! The rest as they say is podcasting history. Kelly brings a lot of Titans of Wrestling Love on this show with Andre vs Hogan, Fuji & Saito vs Strongbows and a bloody match between Larry Z & Ivan Pustki. It is not just Titans nostalgia there is some Tag Teams Back Again (Whoomp! There It Is) nostalgia when the Can-Am Connection clashes with The Dream Team! All this and much, much more! Click the link, download, listen and keep spreading the Pro Wrestling Love!
Marty Sleeze delivers another delicious slab of heavy metal with Good ‘Ol Will From Texas & Ryan Victory from Chicago. Marty Sleeze attended the M3 Festival for the first time this year and regales the listeners with stories of Pretty Boy Floyd, Shitty Fake LA Guns and Warrant. Will & Ryan tell stories of heartbreak, but Will passes down knowledge to help future generations avoid the same fate. Marty sticks up for stage acrobatics of Juan Croucier (they are the whole reason to see Ratt!) against the bullies on Talk is Jericho! Will explains the meaning behind the Dangerous Toys’ cult classic, Scared. All this & much, much more! Click the link, download and enjoy!
Good ‘Ol Will from Texas, Catch Ryan Fever and Marty Sleeze take it to a whole new level to spread the Heavy Metal Love counting down their Top 25 Glam/Hair/Sleaze Metal songs of all time! Will goes on the most hilarious rant ever recorded on a Marty Sleeze show bringing up Associates Degrees, crying out Joan of Arc’s name in the middle of the night and Keel!
Ryan tells funny stories from his IG page, Icons of Wrestling and how everyone wants to send The Rock ugly hats! Marty gets technical trying to break down the glam metal sound and how it evolved by emphasizing different aspects of its influences: Judas Priest, Van Halen, early 70s British Glam Rock and the more rock & roll sounds of Aerosmith/Stones. It all comes back to Will with another hilarious, combustible story of an Alice Cooper concert, a lighter and Aquanet! It is thick cut slab of heavy metal! Check it out and enjoy!
Heavy Metal Takeover is here to stay as Good ‘Ol Will from Texas and Catch Ryan Fever hijack the show to spread the Heavy Metal Love counting down their Top 25 Glam/Hair/Sleaze Metal songs of all time! Will cuts the Mutha of all Promos on Marty for leaving the Sleeze Beez off his list, it had Marty & Ryan rolling as he just eviscerates poor Marty! This definitely one to check out! Fret not, Marty & Will’s relationship is still intact as Marty helped Will fall in love with Steelheart and their majestic, explosive power ballad, I’ll Never Let You Go! Marty brings up a great point that almost all Dokken songs are Don Dokken bitching and moaning about women and blows Will’s mind. Ryan brings another story to the table about a milkshake and some girls from high school. Will has an existential crisis as he finds out one of his favorite songs of all time does have a music video and it is spectacularily shitty. All this and much, much more! Click the link, download and enjoy!
Marty Sleeze welcomes Good ‘Ol Will From Texas and Ryan from Chicago to discuss the greatest musical genre of the 20th Century: Glam/Hair/Sleaze Metal right here on the Place To Be Nation. What binds the three of them together is a love of pro wrestling and some righteous hair! Will is effusive with his love of Twisted Sister proving he is an SMF. The greatest Onion headline will always be “Twisted Sister Finally Agrees To Take It”. Ryan tells a true 80s sleaze story of walking in some action between his friend’s parents. Marty sticks with the popular bands, but throws in one oddball pick much to the chagrin of Will & Ryan, which will become a trend in future episodes. It is the most bitchin’ glam metal songs of all time…click, download and get ready to have your face melted!
Stacey & Marty go Broadway 3.5 times over! Eat your heart out, Naitch! It is not surprising because they are talking about their absolute favorites from their absolute favorite era, WWE 2010-2014 and this is THE TOP FIVE! Stacey & Marty are all revved up and ready to rock & roll! Stacey explains the origins of the Jimmy Redman name while Marty believed that Chicago had adopted CM Punk’s symbol as their flag on his first trip to Chicago.
There are a great tangents about backyard agriculture and 60s Japanese wrestling. Stacey goes full Stacey weaving an incredible yarn through the major Undertaker Mania matches of the era! Marty pours the love for Brock Lesnar to almost uncomfortable levels and he just cant get enough of Brock. Each #1 pick is a surprise to the other and are bold, ballsy picks! You will have to click the link and listen to find out what they are! What did we miss? What did we have too high? What did we have too low? Let us know!
Marty & Stacey clock in with the shortest episode of Pro Wrestling Love thus far, but don’t you worry because next week is the mutha of all Pro Wrestling Love Episodes. It was Mother’s Day when this was being recorded so Marty/Stacey talk the fandom of their mothers. Only three matches are discussed. Marty & Stacey each have a Daniel Bryan match that the other didn’t; Marty had Bryan vs CM Punk from Over The Limit 2012 and Stacey had Bryan vs Cena from Summerslam 2013. The other one they discussed was the mutually agreed upon Shield vs Wyatts epic showdown at Elimination Chamber 2014. Enjoy this quick episode because next week Marty & Stacey are bringing it! Click the link, download and enjoy! Have a great week everyone!
Pro Wrestling Love coming at you through these electromagnetic airwaves straight into your ear with Stacey & Marty bringing you the very best of WWE between 2010-2014. It is the NXT show: Charlotte vs Nattie, Zayn vs Cesaro, Zayn vs Neville and Regal vs Ohno! Stacey and Marty both bring the Mark Henry love with two different high ranking World’s Strongest Man matches. Marty talks his favorite Randy Orton insults of all time…World’s Strongest Failure and Devil’s Favorite Dumbass. At the end of the show, Marty turns heel at the end of the podcast. Does his friendship with Stacey survive or is this the end of Pro Wrestling Love? Only one way to find out, click the link, download and enjoy the Pro Wrestling Love!
Stacey aka Jimmy Redman is back for more joining Marty Sleeze on a jam-packed episode of Pro Wrestling Love discussing the very Best of WWE 2010-2014 on this Memorial Day Weekend. Stacey goes full Stacey with an excellent breakdown of Beth Phoenix vs Kelly Kelly and we get some bonus love for Nattie vs Alicia Fox. Sit back & enjoy! Marty breaks down a couple forgotten gems in Luke Harper vs Dolph Ziggler and Big Show vs Alberto Del Rio. The latter of which Stacey turned Marty onto, but didn’t make her list, you know what they say kids, don’t meet you heroes. :p Stacey cant believe Marty chose to go see Motley Crue & KISS instead of John Cena vs CM Punk at Night of Champions 2012. When Marty finally watched it seven years later, he knew it was a draw finish, but left wondering if they instituted a special time limit for just this match. Then what would become a running thread throughout the show, Marty can't figure out how to say Pyrrhic Victory. Crazy hi-jinx abound as Marty & Stacey yuck it up! Let s know what you think.