Stunt Granny Audio: Waterloo, Iowa Hall of Fame 2012 Edition

Three of these things are not like the other.

Join us for a very special edition of Stunt Granny Audio, recorded immediately following the activities of the George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame inductions in Waterloo, Iowa, held in conjunction with the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. Eric, Dan and Matt attended a number of those events, including the Impact Pro Wrestling show (Matt’s first indy show!), the tribute to Danny Hodge, the Q&A session hosted by Bill Apter, and the banquet and hall of fame inductions. Hear first-hand accounts of the wrestling show, including #MountRushmoring with Colt “Boom Boom” Cabana, time spent at the hotel bar schmoozing with wrestlers and fans, asking good questions to balance the bad ones, and of course the fallout of Kurt Angle no-showing his induction into the hall of fame. Also, what games should you play at the Isle casino? Where should you eat pizza when you stop in Waterloo? All this and so much more if you just click the link below!

Stunt Granny Audio Show- Waterloo Iowa Hall of Fame 2012 Edition

Stunt Granny Audio Show #181

Oops, I think it's upside down...

Holy cow, it’s Dusty and Eric with another Stunt Granny Audio! The boys start off with a random assortment of brilliance, including thoughts on the Warlord, Haystacks Calhoun, Bob Geigel and more. Why are these multi-generational wrestlers on the docket? Also, what did the gents think of certain aspects of TNA Lockdown? How about this week’s WWE Monday Night Raw? Or the current storylines of two shining stars, Mark Henry and Chris Jericho? Also, the former Claudio Castagnoli, now Antonio Cesaro (with a side salad and breadsticks), made his Smackdown debut oops spoilers with William Regal at his side; what wonderful idea could this lead to (but won’t)? All this and more is a click away!

Stunt Granny Audio Show #181

Day-Old News: Kurt Angle backs out of 2012 Olympics wrestling training

Kurt, we have plenty of these in Iowa City, are you sure you don't want to come here?

According to Prowrestling.net, Kurt Angle has sustained a hamstring injury that has forced him out of his training for the 2012 Olympics. Angle also has an age – 43, to be exact – that has forced him out of training as well.

One bad thing that comes of this is that the 2012 Olympic wrestling trials are being held in Iowa City, Iowa, next week, and given that the University of Iowa is the No. 4 party school in the country, you know his drunk ass would have been found passed out in a median after chasing college-age black chicks all night at Caliente. One good thing that comes of this is that USA Today didn’t report on this story until about 8 hours ago, putting us only 8 hours behind the U.S.’s biggest newspaper.

Here’s hoping Kurt Angle doesn’t suffer a horrendous, I don’t know, uvula injury while gargling pills that keeps him out of another Iowa event, the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum hall of fame inductions in July. There will be nothing better than watching “sleepy” Kurt Angle prop himself up on JBL’s understanding shoulder. -Eric

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