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Owen Hart Tribute Show 5-23-2010
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August 28, 2010 09:27 AM PDT
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Hard to believe it's been 11 years since we lost Owen Hart

The show opened with Smith Hart. Smith said that he feeled that Owen hadn't reached his prime when he passed. He spoke about a rib that Owen did on Davey Boy Smith. Davey was taking an early flight back to Florida (where he lived at the time), and gloating about leaving early. Owen took it upon himelf to lock Davey Boy's bag to a locker with a padlock while he was showering, causing him to miss his early flight. But that wasn't it: Owen convinced the flight attendants that Davey Boy was a groupie, and had him escorted back to his seat.

The interviews becan with a prerecorded clip with former WWE referee Jimmy Korderas. Korderas spoke of a story when his credit card was rejected at a hotel. Someone called him from thelobby to alert him, so he put shorts and a tshirt on to go downstairs and straighten the situation out. When he got to the lobby, the employees had no idea what he was talking about! He said it was Owen calling him and posing as a hotel employee. He said if the fans could remember oh for one thing about Owen, its that he was just an average guy, who nobody is able to say anything negative about. Jimmy said that the best advice Owen ever gave him was to take care of his family, as family comes first.

A caller said his favorite Owen memory was the DX skit on The Nation when Jason Sensation parodied Owen.

Koko B. Ware called in and spoke about teaming with Owen. Smith said he thinks of Koko as a brother. Koko spoke about Owen's ribs, mentioning that Owen never did a "dirty" rib Nobody ever got hurt. Koko says Bret and Owen were the only Harts he got close to, even though he knew them all. Koko said if he could say one thing to Owen, it is, "Man, I love you." Kiko said if he wrote a book about Owen, it would be called "He did it his way." Koko was getting very emotional speaking about Owen. Smith said he was very touched by what Koko had to say.

A caller remembered the Dan Severn storyline. He asked if Steve Austin and Owen reconciled their differences, and Smith believes they did.

A caller named Frankie from New York said his best memories of Owen were of him winning the Slammy and becoming the King of Harts. He remembers vividly watching the PPV during the accident.

Smith spoke about Owen vs. Bret at Wrestlemania X. He said anytime anyone in the family was involved with a big event, they tried to make it to the event.

Sean Morley called in. He said you always expected something funny out of Owen. He remembered a stry when they were waiting in line at a hotel, when people asked for autographs. Someone had a huge stack, but Sean only signed one. When he got to his room he got a call from that fan saying he said hed sign them all and he wanted him to come down to do it. Morlet came down angry, but the fan was nowhere to be found. 6 months later, Edge clued him in that it was Owen. He said Owen was just about having a great time in and out of the ring. Morley said Owen's inspiration on him was that he can work a fun match without stressing about it. If he could say one thing to Owen, it's that he loves and misses him. Sean says that Owen taught him that being in the ring isnt as stressful as its made out to be. If he wrote a book about Owen, it would be called "Owen's Playground: The Squared Circle."

A prerecorded interview with Bill Apter of www.1wrestling.com played. He says Colin Raye, the country singer, is a wrestling fan, and more importantly was a huge Owen Hart fan. It turns out that Owen's favorite song was Raye's song "One Boy, One Girl." That song was used on the A & E Biography about Owen Hart. Apter said if he could say one thing for Owen that his fans would want to know, it's that he had a great sense of humor. Collin Raye even sang at Owen's funeral.

The Godfather (Charles Wright) called in. Charles said he remembered Owen for simply being a great guy. He said Owen never ribbed him. He says his last thought of Owen was that he wishes they could have had that last match.

Listener Joe Young called in. He said that Owen meant the world to him, he even named his son Owen after him, He says Owen is the reason he got into the business.

A Vito LoGrasso clip played.. Vito said Owen was the most loving family man youll ever meet. Vito reminisced about wrestling him in the early 90s as a WWE enhancement talent, Vito felt Owen took care of the young guys, as well as everybody else. Vito said Owen never ribbed him, but he remembers the gravy train. Gravy train is when you fill someone's bag with dog food, water and then shake it up. Vito thinks Owen's fans should remember him for his smile, personality, and his good nature.

A caller called in with his memories of how Owen's death and the tribute show where the curtain was raised and you saw real life for the first time, changed his view on wrestling.

The guys played Gary Wolf's prerecorded thoughts about working in Japan with Owen. Gary spoke about all Owen did for him and how his family always came first. He spoke about Owen always cracking jokes. Gary said he will neevr forget Owen. He told the stiry about the one rin that Owen did on him. He put his boots on, and they were superglued to the floor, and he had to wrestle without them. Owen taught him to save as much money as possible. Owen also taught him that you have to take care of your family. Gary says Owen was a technical genius of a wrestler. Bret became the best from working with Owen, Bulldog and Dynamite Kid. Haid the last thing he would say to Owen was thank you

An interview with Clarence Mason played. He remembered a rib when he rigged a door with a bucket above the door full of water. The victim turned out to be Undertaker. Clarence remembered a Slammy Awards where Owen pushed a waiter there so everything would fall, and it fell on Vader. He said Owen just wanted to help him as he was new to the business. Owen was very comfortable where he was and didnt worry about his "spot," no matter where it might have been. Clarence said Owen was an inspiration to him by showing him where he needed improvement and mentored him (yes, Owen could be serious). Owen taught him that anything left than perfection is not good enough.

The prerecorded interview with Bill Alfonso was played. Bill said he was a great worker who knew the business. Fonzie shared astory about Owen and he traveling in Los ANgeles around the time of the 1992 LA Riots. Fonzie said he didnt get ribbed out of respect. He said there's not just one thing that Owen could be remembered for. He said the most rewarding thing about knowing Owen was being dependable. Alfonsos book title if he wrote a book about Owen would be called "One Of The Greats."

JT gave his memories of Owen. He idolized Owen.

Missionary said how sad it is that someone who is so special to so many people is no longer around. He said Owen never failed to impress anyone who watched.

Viper called in and said Bret vs. Owen was one of the most techically impressive matches in history. He said Owen made him appreciate the technical aspect of the business.

A caller called ina nd said that Said Owen was one of the nicest people he ever met. He and his father were confused as to what was happening when the accident occurred.

A personal friend of Owen's called in. He reminisced on the beginning of their friendship, traveling with Owen, he was traveling with owen during feud with Bret. He said they got pulled over by a state trooper during that time, who stopped them and said "You betrayed your brother," and asked for an autograph.

JT finished teh show with aquote of Owen's. "'There's a little bit of the Blue Blazer in all of us.' And in fact, he is right. There is a little bit of the Blue Blazer....no, there is a little bit of Owen Hart in each of us."

RIP Owen Hart you will always be remembered.

Classic Episode: Puppet The Psycho Dwarf and Jim Molineaux from June 26, 2010
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August 27, 2010 10:19 PM PDT
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This past Saturday, June 26, 2010, False Count Radio, in association with Wrestlehustle.com had a very special 2-hour episode. In the first hour, the owner of Spike TV’s Half-Pint Brawlers, Puppet The Hardcore midget joined "The Pacific Coast Player" JT Evans, “Pure Poison” Viper and “Pitbull #!” Gary Wolf for an interview. www.blogtalkradio.com/falsecountradiopw/2010/06/26/false-count-radio-jim-molineaux

Puppet spoke about growing up as a wrestling fan and whether his training was different due to his size.

Puppet discussed the independent scene and traveling around the country

Puppet spoke about the riots that have occurred at shows he worked at as a result of using the term “midget wrestling”

Puppet talked about his early days, working for WWA.

Puppet discussed how working for WWA led into him working for NWA-TNA

He discussed him masturbating into a trash can and pulling a gun on Jeff Jarrett in the early days of NWA-TNA, and his recent one night return to TNA.

Puppet spoke about the recent Australian tour that he was a part of, as well as the prospect of a Japanese tour.

Puppet talked about how and why he started Half Pint Brawlers.

Puppet discussed his feelings when offered the contract from Spike TV.

Puppet discussed the critics, and Half Pint Brawlers being basically Jackass in a wrestling ring.

Puppet spoke about being the innovator of the $21 Staple Gun match.

Puppet talked about which he prefers, wrestling or stunts

Puppet talked about what to expect from the rest of the current season of Half-Pint Brawlers.

Half Pint Brawlers is on every week on Spike TV Wednesday nights at 11 PM Eastern/10 PM Central, and you can catch up on the show at www.halfpintbrawlers.com.

In the second half of the show, a special co-host, Andrew, joined the show when former ECW referee Jim Molineaux joined the show for an interview.

Jim spoke about who he liked watching as he was growing up as a professional wrestling fan.

Jim discussed what he wanted to do in the wrestling business growing up.

Jim spoke about the first match he refereed, including who was in it, and his feelings during it.

Jim spoke about WWE’s use of the ECW name, and the prospects of TNA using the style.

Jim talked about some of the most under-rated and over-rated wrestlers he has seen.

Jim spoke about training Sheamus, as well as some of the other wrestlers he has participated in training of.

Jim discussed some of the most memorable moments he has been in the ring for.

Jim discussed what he feels are the qualities of a good referee.

Jim talked about what he is doing in his daily life at this point.

Jim spoke about Premier Wrestling Alliance’s Wrestling out Cancer, which he will be a part of. Keep up on PWA at www.myspace.com/premierwrestling alliance.

Classic Episode: Gorgeous George and New Jack
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August 27, 2010 10:01 PM PDT
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In this classic two hour episode episode, False Count Radio's JT Evans, Gary Wolf and "Pure Poison" Viper welcome Gorgeous George and New Jack!

In the first hour, Gorgeous George spoke about her life in wrestling, her personal life and marriage to "Macho Man" Randy Savage, her life after wrestling and much, much more!

In the second hour, New Jack spoke about his time in ECW, his life since, caught up on old times with "The Pitbull" Gary Wolf, received a call from a surprise visitor and much, much more!

False Count Radio ~*Current TNA Star Raven*~!
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August 27, 2010 08:57 PM PDT
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This past Wednesday, August 11, 2010, former WCW, ECW, WWF/WWE and current TNA wrestler Raven joined "The Pacific Coast Player" J.T. Evans and "The Outsider" Andrew Karluk of False Count Radio for an interview, in association with Gimick$ T-shirts.

Before Raven came on, his manager Sam Simms joined us. Sam discussed the huge card on August 28th, some of the other stars that he has worked with and much more.

Raven discussed his training and how it differs from today's training.

Raven talked about the origin of the Scotty The Body gimmick.

Raven gave his memories of working for Don Owens.

Raven remembered the late Steve Doll.

Raven discussed his time in Global Wrestling Federation.

Raven discussed some memories of the late Brian Pillman.

Raven discussed his feelings on the Johnny Polo character, and his original WWF run in general.

Raven discussed the huge event in Poulsboro, WA on August 28th.

Iron Buddha joined the show. Buddha spoke about what to expect on the huge show on August 29th. He discussed some of the things that he does to give back to the community. He discussed his second job as a promoter. He also spoke about his time in WCW as Gringo Loco and his time in Mexico, and much more.

Hoss Tull joined the show for a "Hoss Tull" takeover! He spoke about his preperation for his match on August 28th. Hoss talked about the reasons that fans should attend the show. Hoss talked about how to find him.

The NWWA owner Dan The Man called in and speculated as to whether he will be at the show on August 28th. Samm Simms called back into the show for a verbal altercation. Samm Simms and Dan The Man BOTH said they have huge surprises planned for August 28th. Dan told the fans what to expect from the show.

Bad Blood called in to talk about the big show coming up. He spoke about his big match against Big V. He also plugged his upcoming show with BCW. Big V then called in to respond to Bad Blood's comments. The two had words, and only served to further the animosity between the two, creating more interest in their upcoming match!

On August 28, 2010, in Poulsbo, Washington, you will see a HUGE card at The Suquamish Tribal Center at 15838 Sandy Hook Road. You will see SCW Champion Mike Santiago defending his championship at the # 1 Contender, Aaron Bolo, Dale Houston defending the Legends Championship against Dash Venture, the NEW Women's Champion Cameron O' Connor defending her title in a 3-way match against Lylah Dodge and K.C. Spinelli. You ill also see such matches as the neww All-Sovereign Champion Ethan H D facing an all-Blondterage 3-way dance when he defends against Kellin Wraith and the recently reinstated Damon Jones. In a tag team attraction, you will see S.O.B. take on his mentor and former co-holder of the SCW tag team championship Hoss Tull. The NWWA champion Keith Atkins will defend his championship against DDD in a match where the promoter of the NWWA Dan The Man is rumored to be at ringside. There will also be a SCW Feast or Fired Battle Royal between SCW NXT and the other SCW wrestler in a match where The Butcher returns!!!! The winner will get a title shot and the last wrestler eliminated will be fired!!! There will also be an SCW NXT vs. SCW match when Adam X takes on Steve Rush. JD "Lariat" Mason will take on Maverick.

That certainly looks like a great event, right? But, wait until you hear THIS main event! In a match for the SCW Rag Team Championship, Raven and Big Ugly with Samm Simms will take on The Moonlight Tribe (Iron Buddha and Marion Gein). If Raven pins Buddha, Buddha MUST retire and if Buddha pins Raven, he will get the opportunity to choose Samm Simms opponent for SCW's September event.

This will be the biggest event of the summer, so you do NOT want to miss this one!! The address again is The Susquamish Tribal Center at 15838 Sandy Hook Road in Poulsboro, Washington.

Download the entire interview at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/fcr-radio/2010/08/19/false-count-radio-current-tna-star-raven
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False Count Radio ~*Axl Rotten Answers Fans Questions Live on Air*~!
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August 27, 2010 06:29 PM PDT
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False Count Radio Hosts "The Pacific Coast Playuer" J.T Evans and "The Outsider" Andrew Karluk welcomed Extreme Championship Wrestling Original Axl Rotten. During the broadcast he discussed the Hardcore Justice TNA Pay Per View as well as answers fans calls

False Count Radio ~*ECW Original Axl Rotten Interview*~!
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August 27, 2010 06:25 PM PDT
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This past Wednesday, July 28th False Count Radio hosts "The pacific coast player" J.T Evans and "The Outsider" Andrew Karluk welcomed Extreme Championship Wrestling Original, AXL "f'n" ROTTEN! During the interview Axl discussed such topics as Being trained by Joey Maggs, personal thoughts on Ian Rotten, how the name Axl Rotten came to be on top of numerous other topics. At the end of the interview Axl Dropped MAJOR "hints" as to if he will be apart of the TNA "Hardcore Justice" Pay Per View and what he "would"/is going to be doing at the event. That and so much more DOWNLOAD TODAY!

False Count Radio ~*ECW Original Kid Kash Interview*~!
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August 27, 2010 06:20 PM PDT
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This past Wednesday July 28th, False Count Radio hosts "The pacific coast player" J.T Evans and "The Outsider" Andrew Karluk had the honor to have Former ECW/TNA/WCW/WWE Superstar Kid Kash on the broadcast. During this interview Kash talked about his current venture in Mixed Martial Arts, His original Gimmick and Name, original plans for ECW One Night Stand, if he has been contacted for the TNA "Hardcore Justice" Pay Per View and much more!

False Count Radio ~*WWF Superstar Big Bully Busick Interview*~!
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August 27, 2010 06:14 PM PDT
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Wednesday, August 11, 2010, former Global Wrestling Federation, WWWF and WWF wrestler Big Billy Busick joined "The Pacific Coast Player" J.T. Evans and "The Outsider" Andrew Karluk of False Count Radio for an interview, in association with Wrestlehustle.com.
Big Bully discussed transitioning from a role as a police officer to becoming a professional wrestler/

Big Bully spoke about his training.

Big Bully reminisced on his forst match against Billy Red Lyons.

Big Bully discussed the importance of working stiff.

Big Bully remembered his feud with Jerry Blackwell and the push that resulted in.

Big Bully talked about the origin of The Big Bully character.

Big Bully discussed his time in Global including his program with Chaz Taylor/

Big Bully reminisced about wrestling Abdullah The Butcher in a match where they brawled outside the ring and the cops were called.

Big Bully compared wrestling for Vince McMahon Sr. and Vince McMahon Jr.

Big Bully remembered his return to the WWF, including being managed by Harvey Whippleman, wrestling Sid Justice, and wrestling other stars whose lives were tragically cut short.

Big Bully discussed what he is doing now and his business venture known as Big Bully Nutrition.

Starting in September, you can purchase Big Bully Bars at your local nutrition store!
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False Count Radio - Lance Cade Tribute Radio Show
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August 27, 2010 06:02 PM PDT
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On Saturday, August 21st, False Count Radio, in association with Wrestling Soup, proudly presented the Lance Cade Tribute Show. This tribute to a fallen brother was hosted by "The Pacific Coast Player" JT Evans and Anthony Missionary Thomas. "The Outsider" Andrew Karluk contributed to the pretaped interviews, but, unfortunately was unable to be on the ive show, ironically, due to a death in the family.
JT and Missionary talked about the early part of Lance's career.

The Pete Gas pretaped interview was played. Pete spoke about what Lance would have wanted fans to remember him most for. Pete discussed his best memories of Lance. Pete discussed what he would title the book about Lance Cade's life. Pete talked about the genesis of his friendship with Lance. Pete reminisced about his favorite match of Lance's. Pete talked about the impact Lance had on the people around him. Pete reminisced about what he'll miss the most about Lance Cade.Pete discussed what he felt was Lance's true passion outside of wrestling. Pete discussed what he feels Lance Cade's legacy is.

A caller called in and discussed Lance's career.

The Les Thatcher pretaped interview was played. Les spoke about what Lance would have wanted fans to remember him most for. Les discussed what he would title the book about Lance Cade's life. Pete talked about the genesis of his friendship with Lance. Les reminisced about what he'll miss the most about Lance Cade. Les discussed what he felt was Lance's true passion outside of wrestling. Les discussed what he feels Lance Cade's legacy is in the wrestling business.

JT shared his memories of seeing Lance Cade wrestle on the house show circuit.

Missionary and JT spoke about the life and trials of Lance Cade.
The show closed with a ten bell salute to Lance Cade.

Download the entire interview at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/fcr-radio/2010/08/21/false-count-radio-lance-cade-tribute-radio-show.

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