OSWP Patreon!

I’ve joked several times on the show that we didn’t have a Patreon because for whatever reason it seemed silly in the past but here I am writing the introduction to the Old School Wrestling Podcast Patreon page. In talking with an old friend, he convinced me that some people just like to contribute this way to things they enjoyed. It made sense, so I figured I’d make this another option to the listeners of the Old School Wrestling Podcast who wanted to contribute to our show.

Please visit our Patreon page here if you’d like to pledge to the show….

Patreon.com/OSWP

#230 – Al Snow v Doug Furnas, February 11, 1998, ECW TV

This week on the podcast, Dre and the Black Cat talk about the classic ECW gimmick – Al Snow’s HEAD. In the second half they go over some great feedback from last episode, listener voice mails, an email from @omg_nob, and a visit from Diamond Dave and all his thoughts on the world of wrestling.

#229 – The Rise and Fall of the American Males

This week on the OSWP, Dre and the Black Cat look at the greatest WCW tag team of all time – The American Males. We are also joined in the 2nd half by Harley Race who will be giving out tips for week four of your NFL Pick ’em league. Please support the OSWP by visiting our Patreon page at Patreon.com/oswp. We’ll see you…at the matches.

#228 – Stan Hansen vs Crusher Blackwell, June 28, 1986

This week on the Old School Wrestling Podcast we have a great time talking about Stan Hansen, Crusher Blackwell, and the AWA. Please check out the OSWP Patreon for new bonus content and exclusive new audio like the OSWP Special Missions podcast! patreon.com/oswp. We’ll see you….at the matches!

#227 – Barry Windham and the Four Horsemen

This week on the new OSWP, Dre and the Black Cat talk about the dark days of Barry Windham in 1988 when he turned on his good friend Lex Luger and joined the Four Horsemen. We’ll see you…at the matches!

#226 – Honkey Tonk Man vs Brutus Beefcake, November 1, 1987

On the new OSWP, Dre and the Black Cat talk about two of the most memorable characters from the mid-80s WWF and have a nice conversation with the Ultimate Van Vader in the second half of the show! We’ll see you…at the matches.