#246 – Sgt. Slaughter v Hulk Hogan, June 3, 1991, Desert Storm Match

This week on the show, Dre and the Black Cat celebrate summer with a review of this amazing match between the Sarge and Hulk Hogan from Madison Square Garden. We are joined by Robert from the Atomic Elbow in the second half to discuss his new issue of the zine and Diamond Dave stops by the studio to discuss all things happening in wrestling. Thanks for listen and we’ll see you…at the matches! Please support the OSWP by visiting Patreon.com/oswp and pledging to the OSWP!

#245 – Jack Brisco v Roddy Piper, July 7, 1982

This week on the podcast Dre and the Black Cat discuss an amazing showdown between Jack Brisco and Roddy Piper for the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship! They are also visited in the studio by Stone Cold Steve Austin!

#244 – Billy Red Lyons vs Baron Gattoni, January 15, 1957

This week on the show, Dre and the Black Cat discuss some amazing footage the Jon Boucher discovered and had converted from old reel to reel tapes – Wrestling from the Maple Leaf Gardens – 1957. We review a match between two guys who really don’t know much about but have a great time discussing Billy Red Lyons and Baron Gattoni. Jon joins us in the second half to discuss how he found the footage and the process of converting it. We are also joined by SUPERSTAR Bill Dundee! Please support the OSWP Patreon at Patreon.com/OSWP. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you at…the matches.

#243 – Tommy Rich v Abdullah the Butcher, Puerto Rico, 1987

This week on the show, Dre and the Black Cat watch a classic bloody brawl between two legends of the past – Tommy Rich and Abdullah the Butcher! In the second half of the show we read an old Liz Hunter column and visit the office of Vincent K. McMahon for another five minute pitch.

#242 – Dynamite Kid v Macho Man, Wrestling Classic 1985

This week on the show Dre and the Black Cat talk about a dream match from 1985 at an often forgotten event called the Wrestling Classic. This show featured 16 classic mid-80s WWF characters, most of whom would have their very own LJN figure. In the second half we talk about the night Motley Crue and the WWF shared a venue on a night in 1985 as well as Black Cat’s first road trip to see DEATH MATCH WRESTLING. Please support the show at Patreon.com/oswp and we’ll see you…at the matches.