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Former XPW Star Ryan Katz aka GQ Money
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September 22, 2010 07:41 PM PDT
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This past Wednesday, September 22, 2010, former XPW Superstar joined "The Pacific Coast Player" JT Evans and “The Outsider” Andrew Karluk of False Count Radio for an interview, in association with Gimick$ T-shirts.

Ryan discussed getting into the wrestling business.

Ryan discussed his time in XPW.

Ryan talked about the genesis of the persona GQ Money.

Ryan discussed who he has learned the most from.

Ryan discussed his time in XPW.

Ryan remembered the short lived Wrestling Society X.

Ryan spoke about his time in TNA.

Ryan discussed Dixie Carter and Christopher Daniels.

Ryan spoke about doing work on WWE video games.

Ryan spoke about his training school, The Fit Pit.

Ryan discussed the wrestler he would like to work with.

Ryan spoke about his podcast as well as some other business ventures.

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Former WWE Diva Aloisia!
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September 17, 2010 08:02 PM PDT
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This past Friday, September 17, 2010, former JCW and WWE Diva joined "The Pacific Coast Player" JT Evans and “The Outsider” Andrew Karluk of False Count Radio for an interview, in association with Gimick$ T-shirts.

Aloisia discussed growing up as an incredibly tall child.

Aloisia spoke about her beginnings in the wrestling business.

Aloisia spoke about working for Juggalo Championship Wrestling and her feelings on the Insane Clown Posse.

Aloisia discussed a veteran whose advice has been valuable to her.

Aloisia spoke on her time in the Pacific Northwest.

Aloisia spoke about her beginnings in WWE.

Aloisia discussed the NXT concept and the circumstances around her removal.

Aloisia gave her opinions on Steve Keirn.

Aloisia addressed the rumors that have surfaced about her recently.

Aloisia discussed how those rumors have affected her.

Visit Aloisia on the web at www.aloisiaonline.com.

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Former USWA Owner and TNA Co-Founder
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September 15, 2010 08:04 PM PDT
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This past Wednesday, September 15, 2010, former USWA Owner, TNA Co-Founder and the father of TNA Wrestling Superstar Jeff Jarrett, Jerry Jarrett joined "The Pacific Coast Player" JT Evans and “The Outsider” Andrew Karluk of False Count Radio for an interview, in association with Gimick$ T-shirts.

Jerry discussed gave his memories of The Fabulous Jackie Fargo.

Jerry discussed creating the scaffold match.

Jerry talked about promoting the Mid-South area.

Jerry gave his opinions on Jerry “The King” Lawler.

Jerry reminisced about the late Andy Kaufman.

Jerry gave his memories on some over-rated and under-rated wrestler.

Jerry gave his opinion on the greatest gimmick of all time.

Jerry remembered the recently departed Skandor Akbar.

Jerry spoke about his time working for WWE and his memories of Owen Hart.

Jerry discussed the concept behind TNA Wrestling.

Jerry discussed TNA’s failed project on Monday nights earlier this year.

Jerry gave his opinion of Dixie Carter.

Jerry spoke about his current relationship with his son, Jeff Jarrett.

Jerry discussed business endeavors that he currently has in development.

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International Wrestling Sensation Shockwave The Robot on False Count Radio 9-8-2010
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September 08, 2010 06:21 PM PDT
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This past Wednesday, September 8, 2010, International Wrestling Sensation Shockwave The Robot joined "The Pacific Coast Player" JT Evans and “The Outsider” Andrew Karluk of False Count Radio for an interview, in association with Gimick$ T-shirts.

Shockwave talked about being programmed at The New Japan Wrestling Dojo in California.

Shockwave’s circuits reminded him of time with the legendary Masato Tanaka.

Shockwave remembered being the only one out of 23 humanoids to go to Japan from the dojo.

Shockwave remembered being a Japanese hero.

Shockwave discussed the friction with Mecha Mummy.

Shockwave talked about other media, such as films and comic books.

Shockwave discussed how necessary sleep is for him.

Shockwave spoke about the possibility of working for WWE.

Shockwave discussed the prospect of time travel.

All this and much more from Shockwave!

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Skandor Akbar Tribute Show
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September 04, 2010 03:06 PM PDT
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On Saturday, September 4th, False Count Radio, in association with Wrestling Soup, proudly presented the Skandor Akbar Tribute Show. This tribute to a fallen brother was hosted by "The Outsider" Andrew Karluk, ECW Original “The Pitbull” Gary Wolf and Anthony Missionary Thomas. "The Pacific Coast Player" JT Evans contributed to the pretaped interviews, but, unfortunately was unable to be on the live show, due to him wrestling.

Andrew, Gary and Missionary talked about the early part of Skandor’s career.

The Doug Masters pretaped interview was played. Doug spoke about what Ack would have wanted fans to remember him most for. Doug discussed his best memories of Skandor. Doug discussed what he would title the book about Skandor Akbar’s life. Doug talked about the impact Skandor had on the people around him. Doug reminisced about what he'll miss the most about Skandor Akbar. Doug discussed what he felt was Akbar’s true passion outside of wrestling. Doug discussed what he feels Ack’s legacy is.

Andrew, Gary and Missionary discussed Skandor Akbar’s genesis as a manager.

The Stro’s pretaped interview was played. Doug spoke about what Ack would have wanted fans to remember him most for. Stro discussed his best memories of Skandor. Stro discussed what he would title the book about Skandor Akbar’s life. Stro talked about the impact Skandor had on the people around him. Stro reminisced about what he'll miss the most about Skandor Akbar. Stro discussed what he felt was Akbar’s true passion outside of wrestling. Stro discussed what he feels Ack’s legacy is.

Andrew, Gary and Missionary spoke about Devastation, Inc. and Skandor Akbar’s time in Mid-South and World Class Championship Wrestling.

The Bart Sawyer pretaped interview was played. Bart spoke about what Ack would have wanted fans to remember him most for. Bart discussed his best memories of Skandor. Bart discussed what he would title the book about Skandor Akbar’s life. Bart talked about the impact Skandor had on the people around him. Bart reminisced about what he'll miss the most about Skandor Akbar. Bart discussed what he felt was Akbar’s true passion outside of wrestling. Bart discussed what he feels Ack’s legacy is.

Andrew, Gary and Missionary discussed GWF and Skandor Akbar’s role in that promotion.

The Alex Porteau pretaped interview was played. Alex spoke about what Ack would have wanted fans to remember him most for. Alex discussed his best memories of Skandor. Alex discussed what he would title the book about Skandor Akbar’s life. Alex talked about the impact Skandor had on the people around him. Alex reminisced about what he'll miss the most about Skandor Akbar. Alex discussed what he felt was Akbar’s true passion outside of wrestling. Alex discussed what he feels Ack’s legacy is.

Andrew and Missionary spoke about the last years of Skandor Akbar’s life.

The show closed with a ten bell salute to General Skandor Akbar..

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Download the entire show at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/fcr-radio/2010/09/04/skandor-akbar-tribute-show.

Also, you can now subscribe to the False Count Radio podcast on iTunes by going to http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/false-count-radio-blog-talk/id251771844 or searching for "False Count Radio" in the iTunes store. Alternatively, you can also download the podcast at http://falsecountradio.podomatic.com.

Former Superstar and Second Generation Wrestler Scott Putski on False Count Radio 9-1-2010
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September 01, 2010 09:07 PM PDT
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This past Wednesday, September 1, 2010, former WCW, WWF and GWF wrestler, as well as a second generation wrestler Scott Putski joined "The Pacific Coast Player" JT Evans of False Count Radio for an interview, in association with Gimick$ T-shirts.

Scott discussed his wrestling training.

Scott talked about following in the footsteps of a wrestling legend.

Dusty spoke about his early days and first success in GWF.

Scott reminisced on the late General Skandor Akbar.

Scott remembered his time in Japan and Mexico.

Scott spoke about his time working for Vince McMahon.

Scott reminisced about his feud with Brian Christopher and Jerry Lawler.

Scott remembered teaming with his father.

Scott spoke about his time in WCW and his thoughts on Eric Bischoff, comparing him to Vince McMahon.

Scott discussed life after retirement.

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Download the entire interview at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/fcr-radio/2010/09/02/false-count-radio-former-wwf-superstar-scott-putsk.

Also, you can now subscribe to the False Count Radio podcast on iTunes by going to http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/false-count-radio-blog-talk/id251771844 or searching for "False Count Radio" in the iTunes store. Alternatively, you can also download the podcast at http://falsecountradio.podomatic.com.

False Count Radio -- Dusty Wolfe-- August 28, 2010
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August 28, 2010 02:29 PM PDT
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This past Saturday, August 28, 2010, former WCW, WWF, WCCW and Southwest Championship Wrestling wrestler Dusty Wolfe joined "The Outsider" Andrew Karluk of False Count Radio for an interview, in association with Gimick$ T-shirts.

Dusty discussed his wrestling training.

Dusty talked about working for Joe Blanchard.

Dusty spoke about Jerry Jarrett (who will be appearing on an upcoming episode of False CountRadio).

Dusty reminisced about working with several wrestlers, such as Ox Baker, The Guerreros, Tim Horner, Skandor Akbar, Dick Murdoch and The Rock N Roll Express, Gino Hernandez and The Von Erichs to name a few.
Dusty spoke about his time in World Class Championship Wrestling.

Dusty spoke about his time in WWF and his opinions on Vince McMahon.

Dusty discussed the importance of enhancement talent.

Dusty discussed his time in WCW and his opinions of Eric Bischoff.

Dusty compared Eric Bischoff and Vince McMahon.

Dusty spoke about his time in Mexico.

Dusty discussed portraying Doink The Clown.

Dusty discussed his future in the wrestling business.

Dusty’s book, Journal of a Journeyman, is now available online at Amazon.com, among other places.

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Dixie Carter Shoot Interview Review
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August 28, 2010 10:03 AM PDT
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On Tuesday, August 17, 2010, "The Outsider" Andrew Karluk will flew solo on a very special episode of False Count Radio proudly presented by GIMICK$! Wrestling Tees.

Andrew watched this shoot interview and had some very strong feelings on it. He will go into detail on certain parts of the interview and give his take. He will also take your calls and provide a "State of TNA Wrestling" Address. This is one show you do NOT want to miss!

Doug "The Thug" Somers on False Count Radio 8-25-2010
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August 28, 2010 09:53 AM PDT
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On AUgust 25, 2010, Northwest area Wrestling legend Doug "The Thug" Somers joined "The Pacific Coast Player" J.T. Evans and "The Outsider" Andrew Karluk of False Count Radio for an interview presented by GIMICK$ Wrestling Tees!

Doug spoke about his training.

Doug discussed his time in the Northwest territory.

Doug spoke about his match with C.W. Bergstrom and speculated to whether their 15 year feud would end.

Doug discussed his time in WCCW.

Doug spoke about his time in Puerto Rico and his thoughts on Carlos Colon.

Doug talked about his name change.

Doug discussed his future.

Also, Dan The Man called in to promote this weekend's shows in the Pacific Northwest!

Trent Acid Tribute Show on False Count Radio in association with Wrestling Soup on June 30, 2010
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August 28, 2010 09:39 AM PDT
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On Wednesday, June 30th, False Count Radio, in association with Wrestling Soup, proudly presented the Trent Acid Tribute Show. This tribute to a fallen brother was hosted by “The Pacific Coast Player” JT Evans and Anthony Missionary Thomas. Several pre-taped interviews were played and a couple of Trent’s good friends called in live.

Before the interviews began, JT and Missionary gave their thoughts on Trent Acid’s life, as well as discussed the upcoming Acid-Fest.

The first pre-taped interview was with Dave Donovan. Dave talked about the one thing Trent would want his fans to know about him. Dave told a story about Trent he wanted to share with the fans. Dave said what he would name the book about Trent Acid’s life. Dave mentioned what would be the one thing he would tell Trent if he could. He also spoke about what he feels Trent’s crowning achievement was. Dave said what he thought were Trent’s biggest goals were in life and who his inspirations were. Dave closed with a discussion about what would be the one thing he’ll miss the most about Michael Verdi.

The next pre-taped interview was with ECW Original and False Count Radio’s own “The Pitbull” Gary Wolf. Gary talked about the one thing Trent would want his fans to know about him. Gary said what he would name the book about Trent Acid’s life. He discussed what Trent’s crowning achievement was. Gary speculated as to who Trent’s inspirations were. Gary spoke about what he will miss the most about Michael Verdi.

The next pre-taped interview was with Missy Sampson. Missy talked about the one thing Trent would want his fans to know about him. Missy talked about what stuck out most to her about both Trent Acid and Mike Verdi. Missy said what he would name the book about Trent Acid’s life. She discussed what Trent’s crowning achievement was. Missy speculated as to what Trent’s biggest goals in life were. Missy spoke about what she will miss the most about Michael Verdi.

The next pre-taped interview was with Matt Walsh. Matt talked about the one thing Trent would want his fans to know about him. Matt told a story about Trent he wanted to share with the fans. Matt said what he would name the book about Trent Acid’s life. Matt talked about what stuck out most to him about Trent Acid. He discussed what Trent’s crowning achievement was. Matt speculated as to what Trent’s biggest goals in life were. Matt spoke about what he will miss the most about Michael Verdi. Matt discussed what fans can expect out of Acid-Fest.

The next pre-taped interview was with CZW’s owner DJ Hyde. DJ spoke about a fun memory that he has about Trent.DJ spoke about what he thinks Trent would want his fans to remember about him. DJ discussed what made Trent unique.DJ discussed what she would title a book about Trent. DJ talked about who Trent’s heroes were. DJ remembered what Trent’s crowning achievement was. DJ discussed what he will miss about Michael Verdi. DJ spoke about what fans can expect at Acid Fest.

A childhood friend of Trent’s named Frank called in to the show. Frank spoke about growing up with Trent, or Michael as Frank knew him. Frank talked about his and Trent’s love for wrestling as they were growing up. Frank talked about the thrills he got seeing his best friend do the only thing he ever wanted to do, wrestle. Frank talked about how he felt when he heard that Michael passed. Frank talked about how Trent would feel about this show.

Another one of Trent’s good friends, B-Boy called in. B-Boy discussed how Trent would want the fans to remember him. B-Boy spoke about a special memory he had of Trent. B-Boy discussed what he would title a book about Trent. B-Boy discussed his role on the upcoming Acid-Fest. B-Boy discussed what he thinks Trent’s crowning achievement in wrestling would be. B-Boy talked about who Trent’s heroes were. B-Boy discussed what he will miss about Michael Verdi.

A caller named Andrew called in to talk about Trent. He discussed some of Trent’s accomplishments from a fan’s point of view. Andrew talked about when he first became aware of Trent and The Backseat Boyz. Andrew mentioned some of the mainstream names that had the honor of being in the ring with Trent.

The next pre-taped interview was with “The Pretty Hate Machine” Jason Gotti. Jason talked about the one thing Trent would want his fans to know about him. Jason told a story about Trent he wanted to share with the fans. Jason mentioned what stuck out to him most about Trent. Jason said what he would name the book about Trent Acid’s life. Jason mentioned what would be the one thing he would tell Trent if he could. He also spoke about what he feels Trent’s crowning achievement was. Jason said what he thought were Trent’s inspiration. Jason closed with a discussion about what would be the one thing he’ll miss the most about Michael Verdi.

The next interview was with former ECW referee Mike Keener. Mike talked about one thing that stuck out most about Trent Acid. Mike told a story about Trent he wanted to share with the fans. Mike talked about what he would name the book about Trent Acid’s life. He also spoke about what he feels Trent’s crowning achievement was. Mike discussed Trent's biggest goal in life. Mike discussied what would be the one thing he’ll miss the most about Michael Verdi. Mike talked about what would be the biggest reason a fan should come to be part of Acid-Fest. Mikespoke on the one thing he would have liked to tell Trent.

One of Trent’s best friends, Billy Reil called in next. Billy talked about the one thing Trent would want his fans to know about him. Billy talked about Trent’s love of music. Billy discussed his dearest memory of Trent. Jason said what he would name the book about Trent Acid’s life. Billy spoke about the one thing he would tell Trent that he could that he never told him. He also spoke about what he feels Trent’s crowning achievement was. Billy said what he thought were Trent’s inspiration. Billy also discussed about what would be the one thing he’ll miss the most about Michael Verdi.

The final interview of the night was the most emotional. It was with Trent’s Backseat Boyz tag team partner, Johnny Kashmere. Johnny talked about the one thing Trent would want his fans to know about him. Johnny talked about his favorite moments working with Trent. Johnny said what he would name the book about Trent Acid’s life. He also spoke about what he feels Trent’s crowning achievement was. Johnny said what he thought were Trent’s inspiration. Johnny also discussed about what would be the one thing he’ll miss the most about Michael Verdi. Johnny spoke about the upcoming Acid-Fest. Johnny closed by discussing what the most important piece of advice he learned from Michael Verdi was.

The hosts then played a voicemail that Trent Acid left for Billy Reil just days before he passed. This voicemail showed the lighter side of Trent that fans never got the opportunity to see or hear.

The show closed with a ten bell salute to Trent Acid.

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