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Podcast Corner - Talking Wrestling And Memories With Peter Kimber

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Welcome to another edition of the Podcast Corner here on Wrestling News World. Last week saw the release of part two of the interview with Simon saw us talk about Fear And Loathing 8, why he thinks his Mum will hate the show, the matches he is looking forward to most, Mick Foley being at the show and a story about the time he met the Hardcore Legend, a dream he had about Fear and Loathing 8, the Grado phenomenon, how far ICW can go as a company, hosting the ICW podcast, the genius that is Mark Dallas, his company One Fall Media, the 1001 Things To Do Before You Die podcast, the best things about being in the independent wrestling business, WWE, his favourite WWE matches and more! If you haven't already heard parts one and two of this interview then head on over to my Soundcloud page to check them out.

This week sees me joined by my good friend and work colleague Peter Kimber to talk wrestling. This was recorded on our way to the WWE Raw taping in Manchester in November where we talked about the Raw taping and VIP party, the injury issues within WWE, our thoughts on who could become WWE World Heavyweight Champion at the time, how Pete first got into wrestling, Wrestlemania memories, Dusty Rhodes, Mae Young, WWE on Channel 4, Hulk Hogan, Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, the issues around the WWE booking philosophy, Kay Lee Ray being on WWE NXT, the rise of British Wrestling, who could be the next big thing in WWE, botching wrestling moves, the idea of an offseason in wrestling, Chris Benoit, working through injuries, the age old sports entertainment or wrestling debate, NXT, the Divas Revolution, the future ownership of WWE and more!

You can check out the latest episode of my podcast below on Soundcloud by downloading or streaming the audio or via any of the usual channels at the bottom of the page.

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Next week sees the release of my Insane Champions Wrestling star Dickie Divers. We talk about subjects including how Dickie got into the world of wrestling, his memories of wrestling growing up, being part of the first ever ICW Tag Team Champions with William Grange, winning and then losing the Square Go briefcase, why we haven't seen him in action as of late and more. This episode also contains a special preview of my first two interviews due for release in January 2016, with clips from my interviews with New Generation Wrestling owner Rich Dunn, and my interview with Insane Championship Wrestling star and New Age Kliq leader Chris Renfrew.

Look out for this special episode dropping next Monday. It's another great listen that you won't want to miss.

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