@WrestleTalkCast
We cover Pro, Indie, Lucha and Fantasy Wrestling.
No filters or gimmicks required.

The "Suplex Cyclone" Curt Gannon joins us in:

Day(s)

:

Hour(s)

:

Minute(s)

:

Second(s)

 ⇓CLICK to listen live Wed’s at 8/7pm CT⇓

 

Evolution of a Podcast

The Evolution of a Podcast   When I first decided to start The Wrestle Talk Podcast, I never dreamt it would become what it is today. What started as a 30-minute podcast with hardly any listeners, has now grown into a podcast that generates more and more people...

Land of the rising sun shines in America

  So you’ve may have heard of New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) but you may not really know about it. It has, in a short period of time, become popular among casual wrestling fans here in the United States in a short amount of time. There have been matches that New...

Let’s leave the dirt(sheets) in the garbage..

      Recently I was doing my usual every-other-five-minute scroll through Twitter, when I see a fellow wrestling fan tweet the following; "I've found that not reading pro-wrestling dirt sheets have made watching wrestling much more enjoyable for me." Contemplating...

One off my bucket list: WrestleMania 33 by Dejuan Mills

Imagine for a minute gathering all of your dreams and desires into a pile. Given the option to pick one dream out the pile, one per year, and having it come true. What seems impossible no longer is impossible…

Wrestling fan to Warriors Heart Champion, my career as a FWWC superstar By: Kyle Douglas

Starting from when I was just a little boy I remember hearing stories from my father and my grandparents about the excitement and the thrill of Wrestling at The Chase in Saint Louis, MO. I used to sit there and listen intently about such superstars the likes of Harley Race, Dick the Bruiser, Ric Flair, and the Cowboy Bob Orton and from there a wrestling fan was born.

Your Time Is Up, His Time Continues…

In any company, you always look for the perfect ambassador. In the wrestling industry, the first names that would come to mind would be…

…And now I’m in the wrestling business

…And now I’m in the wrestling business (by Scott Kessler)

A few weeks ago, my friend Rene Martinez contacted me about an opportunity to do color and play by play commentary for a small local wrestling company called…

“Indie-Wrestling boom in the Midwest!”

Living in the Midwest, particularly smack dab in the middle it, I’ve felt like there has been a bit of a drought…

Metro Pro Wrestling: It’s so hard to say goodbye…

It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday. It was good while it lasted huh fans, this past Saturday Metro Pro Wrestling has closed their doors for the final time at the Turner Rec Center. Unlike back in 2013 when Metro Pro went on hiatus only to return a few months...

All Aboard The Kayfabe Time Machine

For those of you who don’t know me…and I assume that’s most of you…I’m Scott Kessler, the director of Wrestless: The Metro Pro Documentary, and I’ve been a professional wrestling fan for over thirty years. In that time, I’ve seen the fall of Kayfabe (and with it, the...

Gimme The Gimmicks With Wrestling On The Side

I went to a show in the early part of October and saw a young talented man debut at this promotion. He came out simply ready for a fight, no flash, no flame, colorful attire, or snappy comebacks blowing smoke, just ready to fight! The young man did win his match and I...