Mid South Wrestling Television Review
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 81 ratings
My favorite wrestling podcast!
My problem now is that I am caught up on episodes. Looking forward to the discussion on wrestlers that had a good run in Mid South but weren't used well in other areas like Iron Mike Sharpe.
Jake Ravenfaith via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/15/18
Pure Gold
Quality listening of yester year having lost interest in today’s stuff sadly
GM_Jonny via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/11/18
This a great freaking show
In years to come this show will be viewed on its merits of providing cordial discussion amongst two of the best podcasters in the business Mike Mills and Brian Last. The bone jarring chatter of Bill Watts’ attempt at teetering the line of kayfabe will surely have you coming back for more like it...
Josh D from Cape Cod via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/08/18
Recent Episodes
The Mid South Wrestling Television Review with Mike Mills & The Great Brian Last is back this week, looking at Mid South television from February 27, 1982,  featuring: A runaway train named Dusty Rhodes is on commentary with Boyd Pierce until Bob Roop intervenes and Dusty is pulled away from...
Published 11/14/18
The Mid South Wrestling Television Review with Mike Mills & The Great Brian Last is back this week, looking at Mid South television from February 20, 1982, featuring: Bill Watts is back with Boyd Pierce on commentary Bowden interviews Skandar Akbar The Grappler & Bob Sweetan vs. Junkyard...
Published 11/07/18
The Mid South Wrestling Television Review with Mike Mills & The Great Brian Last is here this week, looking at Mid South television from February 13, 1982, featuring: Boyd Pierce on commentary Bob Roop vs. Junkyard Dog (Louisiana Champ) Ed Wiskoski & Bob Orton Jr. vs. Ted Dibiase (North...
Published 10/31/18
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