Stunt Granny Audio #240

mullet 001Jeremy & Kevin are your hosts this week. Though they are using better recording technology than a telephone, it is not working all that well to start. Bad connections get them to talk about bad referees. Jeremy veers the conversation into high school photographs. Are the pictures really air brushed now? What hairdo did Jeremy sport?  Kevin would have looked perfect in an Iroc -Z with his hair style. They finally get around to talking about wrestling and start with the imminent departure of AJ Styles from TNA. Why did TNA let him carry the title around the world if they weren’t going to re-sign him? Does the company owe him anything? Does he owe the company anything? Which one of the guys thinks that the WWE machine could turn Styles into something better? Jeremy & Kevin move along to talking about the build to TLC. The final segment sold the Randy Orton vs John Cena match, but did it throw off the story lines for CM Punk and Daniel Bryan? How much speculation came from Punk attacking HHH and Bryan kneeing Shawn Michaels? As for Punk’s opponents, who does Seth Rollins get compared to since he is the least hyped member of the trio? Who can Jeremy see imitating Nick Bockwinkel and Ric Flair in the character department? Can Jeremy remember anyone’s correct name from the Wyatt Family? Him and Kevin end the show giving their prediction for the main event of TLC. Find out who they picked when you click the link below.

Stunt Granny Audio #192

This an excruciatingly special edition of Stunt Granny Audio because it features the reuniting of Jeremy, Eric and Dusty for the first time in a long, long time. And not only that, but it also features the debut of several different new features of Stunt Granny Audio, including the Top Five At Five, Match Game and the Mount Rushmore game. Can you barely contain your excitement!? They talk about the nine hour long AJ-Daniel Bryan-CM Punk segment that opened Raw, they talk about the heart warming ascent of Austin Aries, they talk about Iowa’s own Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame and who will all be there, and they talk about a whole lot more things that you can only know about if you listen to the audio. So why don’t you do that? NOW.

Stunt Granny Audio Show #192

Chyna has filmed a Royal Rumble inspired porno.

You read the headline right, according to TMZ, Chyna is continuing her porn career and doing it all wrong. She has reportedly filmed a Royal Rumble inspired porno for Vivid Entertainment. No official details have been released yet but it is safe to say it is some sort of gangbang. Or did they actually go with the Royal Rumble format of a new guy every 2 minutes as Kevin suggested?

This would help but then we all know that at one point in the Rumble that there are more than two participants in the ring. At the very least she is riding a train. What are the rules of all of this?  In the words of Eric, how do you get eliminated cough, moving on, that does bring up a valid point do you get eliminated by eliminating? So is this a friggin bukake video as well? Someone needs to step in and guide her career and that person is me.

I know you can’t go back in time and reverse your decisions. You did start off correctly though with the poorly shot celebrity sex tape. It was gross and poorly directed and edited as it should be. What you did there was build up anticipation for a real video.

Chyna, may I call you Chyna? You don’t start a porn career by knobbing two men at once. You especially do not start your career by allowing yourself to be slobbed on by any more than one participant. It is called anticipation. You build your audience up. Remember pro wrestling? You don’t have a cage match at the beginning of a feud unless you are in TNA. No, you start off with a simple match and then escalate from there. You should have stuck with a one guy cameo role and then some alone time with you and your favorite rubber friend. You begin building up the feud until everyone is clamoring for the payoff.Where is your management in all of this?

Your career path in porno is going to burn out by the end of 2012 at this rate. You need to take a step back and start over. If possible delay this flick until 2015. This way you can start the build again. Chyna with men; then Chyna with all women; the Chyna with two men again; then Chyna goes anal; then Chyna goes all threesomes; then Chyna gives up all her holes, then you get to the gang bang when you are really desperate for money, I mean when you have done all you can with your art.

Please heed this advice; you need management that knows what they are doing. If you need any help feel free and contact us here at Stunt Granny. There will always be a voice of reason for you. -Jeremy

Second Annual Akeem Memorial Hall of Fame: Serious Wrestlers

Every year, starting in 2010, we here at Stunt Granny will go through a rigorous, dangerous, possibly illegal set of votes to induct people into our own Akeem Memorial Hall of Fame. The voting is broken up into four categories: Serious Wrestlers, Fun Wrestlers, Angles, and Matches. This post is for the Serious Wrestlers. Here are last year’s inductees:

Ric Flair, Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels, Roddy Piper, Rick Steamboat, The Rock, Curt Hennig

And now, without any further ado, here are this year’s inductees!

Hulk Hogan

Randy Savage

Chris Jericho

Jerry Lawler

Terry Funk

The Midnight Express

Harley Race

Nick Bockwinkel

Andre the Giant

The Freebirds

Videos of Bockwinkel, Geigel, Kersten at Hall of Fame

Eric brought his trusty Flip camera to the hall of fame ceremonies at the Dan Gable International Wrestling Institute and Museum in Waterloo, Iowa, on Saturday and captured the following videos. First, Kent Sesker of the museum opens the ceremonies and introduces some of the legends on hand.

Here, Bob Geigel introduces his friend and former Kansas City wrestling announcer Bill Kersten.

Nick Bockwinkel accepts his induction and gets emotional near the end of his speech.

Wrestling museum names more honorees for next weekend

Come to Waterloo, Iowa, next weekend, or Uncle Ivan break your face!

"Come to Waterloo, Iowa, next weekend, or Uncle Ivan break your face!"

(As many of you know, I live in Iowa and used to live in Waterloo, home of the Dan Gable International Wrestling Institute and Museum. The annual George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame inductions take place the weekend of July 10-11, and this is the latest press release, naming more honorees for various awards. The full list of inductees is at the bottom of this release. If there’s any chance you’ll be in the area, let me know and we can throw down some beers, you can see my bassist and I play an acoustic set on Saturday night, and then we can throw down some more beers! -Eric)

Three More to be Honored at Pro Hall of Fame Event

Three distinguished members of the professional wrestling community – Ivan Koloff, Mike Mooneyham and Bill Kersten – will be honored with special awards at the 2009 Inductions Weekend at the George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame event. Activities will take place the weekend of July 10-11, at the Dan Gable International Wrestling Institute and Museum, where the pro hall of fame is located.

Ivan Koloff (aka James Perras) will receive the 2009 Frank Gotch Award, which is presented annually to a former professional wrestler who brings considerable recognition to the sport by his or her activities outside the ring. A born-again Christian, Koloff and his wife, Renae, live in Winterville, N.C. He is active with various charities and as a minister.

James Perras was raised on a dairy farm in Crysler, Ontario, Canada, and became a fan of professional wrestling as a boy. He had his first match at age 18 and in 1967, at age 25, he became Ivan Koloff, “The Russian Bear.” Over the next three decades, he toured the world, winning numerous titles. The highlight came in 1971 when he captured the WWWF world championship from Bruno Sammartino. He moved on to the NWA for a long and successful run, capturing more titles, including half of the world tag team championships. He continued for years afterwards on the independent circuit.

Ivan also helped train his “nephew,” Nikita Koloff, and the pair became a very successful tag team partnership. Nikita was given the Frank Gotch Award in 2006.

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