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#7 Riot Squad

On episode #7 of the World Champions Podcast come take a look at the variety of talents that began to emerge in the 1930s. As pro wrestling struggled to find its audience it came up with a lot of outlandish concepts, from brawling all around the ring with the Dirty Duseks or Ted “King Kong” Cox to the staid, courtly style of Lord Patrick Lansdowne Finnegan. All the while, top stars like Jim Londos continued their run in the main events, battling over an increasingly frayed world title.

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#6 Golden Years

Join the World Champions Podcast as wrestling starts to kick into a higher gear. New concepts or ‘gimmicks’ entered the sport: flashy new moves, crazy match situations, outlandish characters. Yet all of this came about because of the sport’s promotional decline. Backroom battles over control of the title and, worse, the legitimacy of wrestling itself threatened to totally destroy pro wrestling in this era. How’d it get so bad? Listen in to find out!

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