Adam Pearce!!

Must Credit  Shane M. Kidder

Five time NWA World Heavyweight Champion Adam Pearce has had a stellar career, both in the National Wrestling Alliance, as well as with other prestigious wrestling promotions like Pro Wrestling Guerilla and Ring of Honor.  Not only is he a five time champion, but has defended the NWA title in more countries than many of the legends like Race, Brisco, Kiniski and others.

In this interview, Adam talks not only about his time as champion of the NWA, but expresses his views on many things going on in pro wrestling, most recently his 7 Levels of Hate series with Colt Cabana.  Many of you fans know that the buildup for this series was incredible, but equally incredible was how The NWA removed their sanctioning of the final match, which took place in Melbourne, Australia on October 27th, when after he lost the final match to Cabana & did not lose the title because of the NWA’s refusal to sanction the match, essentially abandoned the Championship, and walked from the belt.

Adam also details his time as booker for Ring Of Honor, and even mentions that he’d jump at the chance to wrestle the NWA’s current World Champion Kahagas if given the opportunity.  It’s a great interview with one of the classiest guys in the business.

John & Phil also discuss the withdrawal of the NWA Coastal promotion from the National Wrestling Alliance, and the recent press release by CZW that they had over 1,000 i-ppv subscribers for their recent Cage of Death show.

We hope you enjoy.  Happy Holiday!

The Rise & Not Quite Fall Of the WWE

The 12/3 WWE Monday Night Raw drew a 2.55 cable rating with an average audience of 3.43 million viewers. The first hour drew 3.58 million viewers, the second hour drew 3.37 million viewers and the third hour drew 3.36 million viewers.

This is down from last week’s 2.7 cable rating with 3.92 million viewers and matches the 10/1 Raw rating (also a 2.5) as one of the lowest rated episodes of Raw in over 15 years.

On this podcast, Phil Varlese and John House discuss the declining numbers, and offer their own answers as to why this is going on (perhaps with a little advice for Vince McMahon).







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