Interview with Impact Wrestling star Moose, Kevin Sullivan on Sami Callihan incident, Jerry Jarrett responds to negative comments by Bruce Prichard

  • Legendary Memphis territory promoter Jerry Jarrett (father of Jeff Jarrett) responds to negative comments made by former WWE Producer & “Something to Wrestle” with Podcast host Bruce Prichard regarding the period they worked together in WWE in the early 90’s.

  • Legendary wrestler and former head writer for World Championship Wrestling “The Taskmaster” Kevin Sullivan talks about a serious unplanned incident that occurred at an event last week where he was dangerously hit in the head with a chair by Impact Wrestling Star Sami Callahan that led to an injury to Sullivan. Callahan recently damaged another wrestler’s eye with a baseball bat to the eye socket resulting in hospitalization.

  • Impact Wrestling star Moose chats with Chris Van Vliet in Orlando, FL. He talks about how he got the name Moose and that he hated it at first. What he thinks of his good friend EC3 in WWE. How different NFL locker rooms are to wrestling locker rooms. Who he looked up to as a kid and much more!

    He hated the name “Moose”:
    “A teammate of mine gave it to me during my football days. Hated it. Couldn’t stand it. Hated everybody who called me Moose and now Moose makes me money.”

    His thoughts on his friend EC3 signing with NXT:
    “I talk to him everyday. I’m so happy for him, he’s doing great things with the company he’s with now. Everybody knew he was going to be a star wherever he goes. He looks like a Greek god and he talks great on the mic and his in-ring work is great. We all knew he was going to do great things.”

    The differences between an NFL locker room and an independent wrestling locker room:
    “It’s definitely different. You’ve got to understand, in an NFL locker room we probably had the best looking locker rooms with TVs all over the place and you can get comfortable. In a wrestling locker room, you might come in and you might be changing outside and with no curtain. There’s definitely a big difference there but for the love of wrestling, you go through it.”

    On disappointing fans at the Impact vs. Lucha Underground show:
    “It was probably the most buzzed and most talked about show of that weekend. When you get two big companies with Lucha Underground and Impact Wrestling joining forces and producing a good show, there’s tons of dream matches that people want to see. Unfortunately I didn’t give the fans the match they wanted to see. I think a lot of people wanted to see a one-on-one match up with me and Matanza Cueto and instead we were in a 6-way together.”


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