Continuing our series of GLOW-casts, the Shadow Fire Promotions Podcast – Front Row Ringside wraps up the 2016 Cauliflower Alley Club interviews with the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (GLOW) by talking with Melody Trouble Vixen, aka MTV!
MTV talks about how she learned about GLOW and auditioning for the show, and staying in the world of entertainment after her time in wrestling ended, and her current work assisting other creative people in achieving their goals.
One of the best interviews from the 2016 Cauliflower Alley Club.
The Shadow Fire Promotions Podcast: Front Row Ringside returns to you again from the 2016 Cauliflower Alley Club Reunion in the second of our GLOW-casts with the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling.
This time, we chat with the lovely Hollywood, of the tag team Hollywood & Vine. She talks about growing up, auditioning for GLOW, some of her favourite memories, relations with the other GLOW girls, the AfterGLOW Fan Party At Sea, and her own company, Hollywould Productions.
Also, “Mr Wonderful” Rock Riddle shows up to talk to Hollywood. Hear him talk about how Soupy Sales edited the footage of his show to make White Fang look better in the fight between Rock Riddle and White Fang!
Then, head over to our Facebook page at facebook.com/sfpincchicago to check out the Press Release relating to this podcast!
Live from the Cauliflower Alley Club in Las Vegas, Shadow Fire Promotions, Inc. President Gregory Dennis sits down for a one-on-one interview with the lovely Roxy Astor, formerly of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, where she talks beginnings, GLOW, her life post-GLOW, and the AfterGLOW Fan Party. Plus, a segue over to 2X World Kickboxing Champion Dan Magnus, who tells some stories about the late “Rowdy” Roddy Piper and Road Warrior Hawk.
It’s been slow on podcast-worthy topics since the new year, but the first podcast of 2016 is a doozy, as Shadow Fire Promotions, Inc. (SFP) President Greg Dennis discusses the recent loss of the formerly undefeated Ultimate Fighting Championship Womens Bantamweight Champion Holly Holm to Miesha Tate, and where that leaves former Champion Ronda Rousey.
Moving on to pro wrestling, WrestleMania week is upon us, meaning that we’re on the final countdown to WrestleMania, with WWE’s biggest event of the year under a week away. The focus here is on WrestleMania 32 (even though WWE no longer adds numbers to WrestleMania) and comments on the current WrestleMania being possibly one of the weakest ‘Manias of all time, with a dual main event of Triple H (representing the evil Authority, who is nonetheless usually cheered) against Roman Reigns, who has yet to be accepted by most fans as “the man”, the top star in WWE, and Undertaker against an untrained non-wrestler, and the son of the WWE Chairman, Shane McMahon.
Then there’s the recent Gawker settlement with Hulk Hogan, and also some quotes regarding the WWE Performance Center from Hogan when he was still a judge on WWE Tough Enough, with a discussion on the success of the Performance Center.
Plus the AfterGlow Fan Party At Sea, MyLife, My Power, and MORE!
Our 2015 year-end edition of the Front Row Ringside podcast has Shadow Fire Promotions President Gregory Dennis bidding farewell to the year 2015 with a look back at some of the events in Mixed Martial Arts, pro wrestling, and entertainment in the year (about to be!) past, and a look ahead what 2016 may have to offer!
Our “Halloween” edition of the Front Row Ringside podcast has Shadow Fire Promotions President Gregory Dennis bidding farewell to Three Dog Night singer Cory Wells, who died on the 20th of October and also discussing (among other things) what a 95 year old World War II Marine Corps Veteran did with $33,000; Ronda Rousey making the cover of a famous boxing magazine; which former NFL tackle is trying to enter WWE; NXT wrestler Baron Corbin getting beat up by a fan; fake wrestling; monthly ladder matches; main event wrestling; and more!
Our Columbus Day podcast has Shadow Fire Promotions (SFP) President Greg Dennis talking about Kane’s return to WWE TV; reiterates why having NXT as another touring “brand” in WWE is a bad thing for everyone, and a lack of stars being made in NXT; do’s and don’ts for independent wrestling announcers; playing music during sit-down interviews and documentaries produced by WWE; and answers a question from Rob in GA.
Our end of September podcast has Shadow Fire Promotions President Gregory Dennis discussing the forthcoming book from former WWE ring announcer Justin Roberts, the blurring of reality and fantasy in pro wrestling and why it doesn’t work; how the landscape of pro wrestling would be different if Dusty Rhodes would have been the “chosen one” by the World Wrestling Federation in 1984, instead of Hulk Hogan; military Chaplains and the difficulties they face ministering to troops not of their same faith; and in a different topic, online security. Plus the AfterGLOW Fan Party (and cruise!); upcoming guests Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling’s Roxy Astor and Sunny the California Girl, undefeated Mixed Martial Artist and pro wrestler Daniel Puder; merchandise and more!
Our post-Labor Day episode has Shadow Fire Promotions (SFP) President Gregory Dennis talking about the challenge thrown down by former World Wrestling Federation wrestler Billy Jack Haynes to WWE Hall of Fame member “Stone Cold” Steve Austin; early Ring of Honor wrestling and why, at times, it demonstrated bad habits; preliminary (enhancement) talent in professional wrestling, and their important role in the sport; independent wrestling and comparisons to the territories in wrestling prior to the early 1980s; and at the suggestion of Casper, a discussion on mental health in the military.
In the final podcast of August, Shadow Fire Promotions President Gregory Dennis discusses the surprise retirement of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighter Frankie Perez following his first in in the UFC; Bethe Correira’s comments regarding her loss to Ronda Rousey; Ronda’s upcoming fight against Holly Holm and the cancellation of Ronda’s rematch against Meisha Tate. Also, WWE SummerSlam talk and Daniel Bryan’s concussion status, plus the alleged WWE announcer notes and comments on a recent interview of Roman Reigns.