Heath Mullikin talks with Shane Dorr from Palmetto Championship Wrestling. Shane shares about what got him into wrestling and how Palmetto Championship Wrestling got started. He gives a run down of the history of the promotion, the Palmetto Wrestling Academy, the recent Showdown at the Valley 2, and what’s coming next. Here are some recent articles featuring PCW:
On this episode of the Double Dropkick Show, Heath Mullikin and Mark Whitman cover a wide range of topics centered around the theme of “how movie directors would book wrestling.” How would Tarentino book wrestling? George Lucas? Somehow we get into global warming and wrestlers relying on spots that will eventually get them injured and prematurely end their careers. Mark also shares how his love of movies influenced his wrestling promo’s and his tastes in wrestling. Here’s the promo Mark references in the episode.
Heath Mullikin needed to vent about the end of Marvel’s Secret Empire. In a way that only he could do, Mark Whitman ties it all into what’s wrong with the WWE and why it stinks to be stuck with characters we don’t really want. Yes, Captain America is Roman Reigns.
Heath Mullikin takes a moment to share his thoughts on the FloSlam vs. WWN situation, No Mercy, and why only watching WWE PPV”s is the entertaining way to go. It’s the Weekly Dropkick for September 29, 2017.
Heath Mullikin and Mark Whitman love fantasy booking. For this special 200th episode they fantasy book their wrestling careers while Heath looks back at his fantasy career between 3rd and 6th grade. If you love to hear Mark crack on Heath then this is the episode you don’t want to miss. Subscribe to The Double Dropkick Show on iTunes
On this episode of the Double Dropkick Show, Heath Mullikin and Mark Whitman discuss the Sexy Star and Rosemary situation. Mark also talks about recent events involving Brock Lesnar and Braun Strowman. Was Braun the chosen one all along? Subscribe to The Double Dropkick Show on iTunes
In this episode of the Double Dropkick Show, Heath Mullikin and Mark Whitman answer the question, “What if Bret Hart had been the third man in the NWO?” This takes us down many rabbit trails and results in us having to schedule another episode just to cover the effects on WWF. We look at the WCW roster, what this would’ve meant for Hulk Hogan, and other possibilities.
On this episode, Mark Whitman and Heath Mullikin discuss the Summerslam 88 Main Event. They watched the match on the WWE Network while discussing the match itself, the build of the Hogan vs. Savage feud, and subtleties you don’t see anymore in wrestling. It was the final stop of Vince McMahon’s road to put Jim Crockett Promotions out of business and bring the era of the wrestling territories to an end. Summerslam 88 became the final of the Big 4 Pay per views to debut and usher in the PPV era. This end of summer PPV needed something to bring new eyes to the product while exciting existing fans in a whole new way. The Mega Powers of Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage took on The Mega Bucks of Andre the Giant and “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase with Virgil and Bobby “The Brain” Heenan in their corner. Of course, Hogan and Savage were accompanied by Miss Elizabeth which would prove to be the difference in the match as she distracted referee Jesse “The Body” Ventura, The Mega Bucks, and a legion of young male fans around the world with the reveal of her swimsuit bottoms.
Jamal Talley aka The Beard with Cobra Commander and the Baroness.
At the August 18, 2017 Battlezone Wrestling show in Simpsonville, SC I had the opportunity to bring together two great men in the world of professional wrestling fandom. Robert Truesdale and Jamal Talley were gracious with their time to join me for a few minutes to discuss their podcasts and videos along with that night’s show.
I met Anthony Jannazzo a year ago at a BattleZone wrestling show in Simpsonville, SC. Last weekend, I saw him wrestle his farewell match as he prepares to move to California. He’s been a great guy to work with and get to know and was a solid addition to 3 Count Pro Wrestling. I’m grateful he took the time to give me this quick interview before the show. You can catch up with the Breakfast Club on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.