JBL,Haas, Striker, Fairplay, Jarrett, Hamilton, Iron Shiek And More

Bill Behrens

WWE STARS JBL, CHARLIE HAAS, AND MATT STRIKER GIVE EXCLUSIVE COMMENTS, MIKE CHAPMAN DISCUSSES HIS NEW DAN HODGE BOOK, JONNY FAIRPLAY TALKS CELEBRITY INVOLVEMENT AT WRESTLEMANIA 25, BRIAN SOLOMON TALKS CURRENT WWE STORYLINES, AND MUCH MORE THIS WEEK ON WHO’S SLAMMING WHO
 
WWE Superstars JBL, Charlie Haas, and Matt Striker all appear this week on Who’s Slamming Who as part of Rick The WWE Sign Guy’s segment, Up Close & Personal. All three WWE Superstars give exclusive comments for The WWE Sign Guy.
 
Brian Solomon, former editor of WWE Magazine, joins the main show this week on Who’s Slamming Who to discuss the recent Randy Orton/Shane McMahon storyline with host Tommy Fierro. They also discuss the Mickey Rourke/WrestleMania 25 situation.
 
Jonny Fairplay also joins the main show this week, discussing celebrity involvement for WrestleMania 25. Fairplay and Fierro toss around some names who they think would help draw interest for WWE’s biggest event ever.
 
Wrestling author and Executive Director of the Dan Gable International Wrestling Institute and Museum, Mike Chapman joins Who’s Slamming Who this week, talking all about his new book that he’s recently published, Oklahoma Shooter: The Dan Hodge Story.
 
Evan Ginzburg, Associate Producer of The Wrestler and Host of Legends Radio makes his debut on Who’s Slamming Who this week with his new weekly segment Wrestling Then & Now. Ginzburg talks about ROH coming to HD Net TV as well as about the autograph scene in The Wrestler movie.
 
Another weekly segment debut on this week’s show will be Robert Rosen, who will be doing a wrestling book review called Piledriving the Pages. This week, Rosen will review  "Brody: The Triumph and Tragedy of Wrestling’s Rebel". Rosen was a featured voice in The Wrestler movie.
 
Ean Levy brings you all the news going on in and around the world of professional wrestling over the last week, including: news of Ric Flair’s new reality TV show, Kurt Angle lands lead role in movie, Bobby Lashley injured, ROH news, former WWE wrestler to debut in MMA, WWE Hall of Fame update, Trish Stratus’ new TV show, Randy Savage DVD, and much more.
 
Jerry Jarrett returns with an all new edition of All Things Are Possible. Jerry has some advice this week regarding the advantages of not producing yourself. His advice is for those who are or want to become wrestlers. However, this same advice is relevant if your in the music business or just going out to dinner. Jerry does not name those examples of self-producers, but it might be fun to play the guessing game.
 
Joe "The Assassin" Hamilton returns with Wrestle This, commenting on some negative e-mail he received regarding his comments on what he would do if he was in charge of wrestling throught the country. He reads the E-mail and comments on on it. He also comments on the quality of the story lines seen on today’s TV wrestling shows.
 
Lanny Poffo is back this week with an all new Poetry in Motion. Lanny takes on Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, and Vince McMahon in what has come to be known as the Montreal Screw-Job on November 9th, 1997. You don’t want to miss this!
 
This week on Inside The Behrens Bubble, Bill Behrens continues his discussion of the subjective nature of booking referencing the recent WWE Raw & TNA iMPACT programs, and the negative reaction many had to the booking.  He discussing the challenge TNA is having booking Awesome Kong, and cautions both WWE & TNA to be careful whenever lawsuits are pending.
 
Ace Darling returns this week with No More Bumps. Darling talks about last weekend’s ECWA show and all that went on there.  He also talks about Mickey Rourkes showing up at Wrestlemaina.  He hopes that he is there as a guest and not a wrestler.  He hates when a person outside of Wrestling can make more on one night than some top guys do there entire career like Floyd Mayfield.
 
Plus listen to all new exclusive weekly segments by: Iron Sheik, John Cena Sr., Brian Solomon, Michael Modest, Lodi, Danny Doring, Danny Inferno, Allan Funk, Mike Quackenbush, and Rob Feinstein.
 
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HEADSHRINKER SAMU TO DEBUT NEW SEGMENT NEXT WEEK!
 
Former WWF Tag Team Champion Headshrinker Samu will be joining the cast of Who’s Slamming Who! Samu debuts his new weekly segment this Monday night on Who’s Slamming Who, "On The Road".

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Videos posted on our MySpace page this week include: Earthquack vs. Ronnie Garvin, Dusty Rhodes vs. Rick Martel, Honky Tonk Man vs. Hercules, Tatanka vs. Lex Luger in a Steel Cage, El Matador vs. Ric Flair, Owen Hart & Koko B. Ware vs. Mike Sharpe & Glenn Ruth, Roddy Piper on The Barber Shop, Baron Von Raschke vs. Sheik Adnan El-Kassie, Jesse Ventura interview Price on TNT, Mr. Wonderful at the gym, WWF Gong Show, Blow Away Diet promo, Berzerker on Prime Time Wrestling, Ted DiBiase’s Thanksgiving promo, WWF Oktoberfest 1990, Randy Orton vs. Kamala, Jesse Ventura vs. Tony Atlas in a Steel Cage, Pat Tanaka vs. Glacier, Mike Tenay interviews Sean Waltman, Jeff Jarrett vs. Jeff Hardy in Six Sides of Steel, Shane McMahon vs. Steve Blackman Hardcore Match, Matt Hardy vs. Jeff Hardy Hardcore Match, Raven vs. Rhino Hardcore Match, David Sammartino vs. Ron Shaw, Gino Hernandez vs. Tom Pritchard, Lance Storm vs. Don Callis, Ron Simmons vs. Oz, Black Blood vs. Big Josh, WWF Tag Team Battle Royal, Bruiser Brody vs. Invader 1, Matt Sydal vs. AJ Styles, Greg Valentine vs. Col. Mustafa, The Rockers vs. Beverly Brothers, Texas Tornando vs. Big Bully Busick, Head Bangers vs. Stevie Richards & Val Venis, Jack Brisco vs. Bill Irwin, Dory Funk vs. Giant Baba, Ricky Steamboat Jr. vs. Jake Manning, and Mr. Kennedy as a jobber vs. Sean O’ Haire.
 
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