Thursday, July 19, 2018

                                    Coliseum Coalition Revival Memories

  With the 3rd  Coliseum Coalition Revival  coming up this Saturday July 21st,
I figured I share some memories I have had with some great friends and wrestlers.
I’ve seen Wrestling, Memphis Tigers, Wide Spread Panic, Monster Truck Shows, Jehovah Witness Conventions, Graduations... Hate to see such a historic building be destroyed. Come out and show your support from 2-9 pm this Sat.

NEW STS!!!! Cool Kids Countdown XXXIII. “10 Wrestlers That Bore Us!” !!!

It’s time for the “Special Edition” of “Shootin’ The Shiznit!” Brian Tramel and Lance LeVine bring you the Cool Kids Countdown XXXIII. “10 Wrestlers That Bore Us!”, for Episode 134. With their own brand of unique humor, Lance & BT count down the 10 wrestlers whose matches inspire them to clip their toenails rather than watch. Almost 45 mins in rapid fire format! All archives at Sponsored by

Tuesday, July 17, 2018


Anthony Henry RETURNS to STS!!

It’s time for a brand new episode of “Shootin’ The Shiznit!” Guest host Lance LeVine is joined by Anthony Henry (making this 2nd appearance) for episode 133. Lance & Anthony talk about being an Indy darling, traveling on the Indies, Evolve, Freelance, New Japan, how you get top bookings, MMA, Ronda Rousey, injuries, real life, selling gimmicks, being a heel, working Flip Gordon, freaks on Twitter, CM Punk and much more! A fun 46 minutes! All the archive episodes are at Sponsored by!

Monday, July 16, 2018

Former WWE Tag Team Champion Masa Saito Passes Away At The Age Of 76

Japanese wrestling publication Weekly Pro Wrestling is reporting that Masa Saito passed away on Saturday at the age of 76 after complications from an ongoing battle with Parkinson’s Disease. Saito was a former Florida NWA Heavyweight Champion, a former WWF Tag Team Champion with Mr. Fuji, a former two-time IWGP Tag Team Champion and a former AWA World Heavyweight Champion. His final match was against Scott Norton in 1999. He was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2000.

Wrestling News Center would like to send our condolences to the family and friends of Masa Saito.
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