Gene Okerlund, Jim Cornette, Jerry Jarrett, The Assassin & More

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Mean Gene Okerlund kicks off The Road To WrestleMania this week on Who’s Slamming Who! The legendary WWE Hall of Famer has been a huge part of WrestleMania history and talks about a ton of different topics this week here on the show, including: His thoughts when he first heard about Vince McMahon’s idea of WrestleMania, his personal favorite WrestleMania moments, celebrity involvement in WrestleMania throughout the years, the biggest moments in WrestleMania history, the Gimmick Battle Royal, being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, Undertaker’s undefeated record, Shawn Michaels calling himself Mr. WrestleMania, his thoughts on Bruno Sammartino, Ultimate Warrior, and Randy Savage not being in the WWE Hall of Fame, and so much more!
Tommy Fierro and Brian Solomon open up this week’s Who’s Slamming Who taking a look at a ton of different topics going on in and around the world of professional wrestling over the last week, including: Mickey Rourke not winning at the Oscars and where does this leave him for WrestleMania 25, Randy Orton/Triple H angle, Shawn Michaels/Undertaker at WrestleMania 25, Sonjay Dutt released from TNA, Monday Night Raw’s 4.1 rating from last week, the Verne Gagne tragedy, and more.
Tommy and Brian talk about Robert Roode resigning with TNA. The two discuss how he would have done if he had gone to WWE. They also discuss the return of Gail Kim to the WWE and how she’s progressed as a worker since the first time she was there. They also discuss the WWE departure of Freddie Prinze Jr. They also take a quick look at the WWE 2009 Draft coming up on April 13th.
Whatcha Gonna Do, When Hulk Hogan and WrestleMania 25 runs wild on you?!? Tommy and Brian take an in-depth look at the chances of Hulk Hogan being a part of the 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania this year. The two toss around a bunch of ideas for Hogan for the biggest wrestling event of all times, including matches against Big Show, John Cena, Ric Flair, Chris Jericho, Mike Knox, Umaga, and Vladmir Kozlov. They also discuss the chances of a Hulk Hogan vs. Steve Austin match.
This week on Cornette’s Commentary, Jim Cornette takes a look at WWE going into Mexico to run on a regular basis. He also takes a look at Christian’s return to WWE and how bad of a job he thinks they have done with it thus far.
This week on PWI Weekly, Frank Krewda takes a look at the Verne Gagne situation, The Undertaker’s future, and TNA’s Beer Money Inc., Invitational. Be sure to listen now to Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s hot new weekly segment right here on Who’s Slamming Who!
Kenny Bolin returns with another week of The Bolin’ Alley. Kenny is sick of how Jim Cornette has exposed parts of his life that were very private and happened over twenty and thirty years ago. Kenny claims he is now a new man but promises that if Cornette wants to play hard ball, then hard ball he will get!
Joe "The Assassin" Hamilton talks about his relationship with Verne Gagne and the situation Verne and his family are now faced with this week on Wrestle This.
This week on Poetry in Motion, "The Genius" Lanny Poffo puts over Jimmy Cornette. Or does he? Find out now!
Headshrinker Samu is back On The Road again this week on Who’s Slamming Who. Sam tells a really funny story about a food fight on Rt. 85 West going back to Atlanta. Wait until you find out who was in the other car! He also talks about Yokozuna, working in NWA, New Zealand Militia, Steiner Brothers, first going to WWF, and more!
This week on Inside The Behrens Bubble, Bill Behrens discusses recent releases by TNA, the TNA iMPACT episode that drew TNA’s highest rating, TNA booking, TNA’s Macon House Show & more stuff TNA.
This week on Cafe Brody, former NWA President Howard T. Brody returns to talk more pro wrestling politics as he has his own spin on why Mickey Rourke didn’t win the Oscar Sunday for his portrayal of Randy the Ram in the critically acclaimed film "The Wrestler," plus why it’s so important to be aware of the words one chooses.
This week on Piledrivng the Pages with Robert Rosen, it’s Part Two of Tito Santana: Tales From the Ring. Take a look at his journey through several territories, including his first run in the WWF. Learn about his struggle with Ole Andeson and the racist, lack of respect he had for Santana. All that and more on Pile-Driving the Pages with Robert Rosen!
It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. This week, The History of WWE’s Graham Cawthon steps away from McMahon Land to take a look at how the National Wrestling Alliance kicked off the 1990s. Did they learn anything from a stellar 1989? Move out of the way, Flair vs. Steamboat, we want the Minotaur!
Evan Ginzburg, Associate Producer of The Wrestler is on location in Tampa, Florida for the documenatry shoot Theresa Sareo: Alive Again, talks about the golden days of Florida Championship Wrestling with Dusty Rhodes, The Funks, The Briscos and Sullivan’s Army, and also interviews singer Theresa Sareo and talks about his weekend with Lanny "The Genius" Poffo.
This week on No More Bumps, Ace Darling talks about Verne Gagne and the story that broke this week. He mentions how if things in the past worked out a little different Verne could have been in Vince’s position today running the wrestling business. He also talks about the promos Chis Jericho has been doing. Even though they are a work he feels that there is a lot of truth to them with legends like Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan looking ridiculous still doing the same act they did 30 years ago.
This week on From Bell To Bell, Mike Quackenbush sheds some light on one of the unique aspects of "King of Trios" weekend, the 2nd annual Fan Conclave where fans and wrestlers will interact – both in the ring and out – like never before. All this takes place the weekend of March 28th, 2009.
Plus all new exclusive weekly segments by: Jerry Jarrett, The Iron Sheik, Michael Modest, Axl Rotten, Danny Doring, Lodi, Rob Feinstein, Allan Funk, and Danny Inferno.
Ean Levy returns with another weekly edition of Breaking News, looking at all the top news stories over the last week in the world of professional wrestling.
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Recently released TNA Superstar Sonjay Dutt will make his first comments since departing the company this Monday night on Who’s Slamming Who. How did the release go down? What are his thoughts on it? What is next for Sonjay? Find out this Monday night on Who’s Slamming Who!
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Greg Gagne
Danny Hodge
Afa The Wild Samoan
Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka
John Cena
The Great Debate: Jim Cornette VS. Kenny Bolin Part 1
The Great Debate: Jim Cornette VS. Kenny Bolin Part 2
The Life and Times of Dennis Coralluzzo Part 1
The Life and Times of Dennis Coralluzzo Part 2
"Boogie Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant Part 1
"Boogie Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant Part 2
Christopher Nowinski
A.J. Styles
ODB Part 1
ODB Part 2
Highlander Rory
Mae Young
Outback Jack
Ox Baker

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