ABOUT OSWP

Welcome to Flair Chop Illustrated, home of the Old School Wrestling Podcast. This website and the podcast are a project of old school wrestling fans Dre and the Black Cat. Dre and Black Cat are children of the 80s who grew up watching all the pro wrestling their parents would let them consume. ¬†Years later they find themselves with too much technology and a brain full of useless wrestling information they feel the need to share with the rest of the world. The Old School Wrestling Podcast is a bi-monthly podcast dedicated to reviewing their favorite and not so favorite pro wrestling from at least 10 years in the past. Sit back, relax, and relive some of your favorite memories of yesteryear as they discuss pro wrestling from all over including the WWF, NWA, AWA, Texas, Mid-South, Japan, and anything else they can find that’s just fun to watch. After listening to a show, please make sure to come back to flairchop.com and leave a comment on the show page and find us on the various social networks. Leave a review on iTunes and we’ll send you a FREE STICKER on us! Woo!

37 Comments

  1. Austin says:

    Great Podcast!
    I just stumbled across it and I’m so glad that I did. I’m from San Antonio TX and I love Old School Wrestling. I’m only 26 so I didnt grow up with it but I come from a City that loved and cherished every moment Paul Boesch gave to them in the Hemisphere Arena. Blackcat and Dre I feel like i gained two new friends, now excuse me I must catch up on old episodes. WahooCHOP!

  2. Karl B says:

    Where have you guys been with my wife! I mean all my life. I love your broadcasts. Keep up the great work. Thanks so much

  3. Doctor Radium says:

    Greatest wrestling podcast ever! The love Dre and Black Cat have for old school wrestling is contagious and has prompted me to go back and watch many of the classic matches I remember watching as a child. I grew up on Jerry Lawler and Memphis wrestling. I remember watching every Saturday at noon with my father. Whenever the action got out of hand and spilled outside of the ring, my father would get excited and sit on the edge of his seat while rubbing his hands together like a mad man. I remember getting caught up in the excitement like it was yesterday. We were also one of the first families in my neighborhood to get cable, primarily so my dad and I could watch NWA on the superstation WTBS. Keep up the great work of keeping the true spirit of wrestling alive.

    P.S.

    You guys should really review the classic original Tupelo Concession Stand Match from 1979 between Lawler/Dundee and the Blonde Bombers (Farris/Lathem).

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