DragonKingKarl Old Time Wrestling Hour is a spin-off of the popular DragonKingKarl Classic Wrestling Audio Show podcast heard at f4wonline.com and Wrestling Observer. DragonKingKarl Old Time Wrestling Hour is an all original podcast only for Patreon supporters (at the $5 level) of the When It Was Cool website.
Karl Stern talks about the recent Continental Wrestling reunion in Dothan, AL which was attended by Bob Armstrong, Ron Fuller, Robert Fuller, Lord Humongous, Wendell Cooley, Dutch Mantell, Arn Anderson, and others. Then Karl takes a look at the mailbag and talks about Andy Kaufman. Episode 11
Karl Stern takes a look at the bombshell revelation by Austin Idol that another wrestler/manager put a hit out on him and was arrested for it. Is it true? What happened? When did it happen? We look at the situation in detail. Then Karl takes a look at current wrestling talking heads like Jim Cornette and challenges their ideas about pro wrestling in 2017 in a controversial (yet hopefully entertaining) fashion. Episode 10
Karl Stern talks WWE WrestleMania and post-WrestleMania RAW thoughts. The Undertaker, more Dustin Rhodes love, the 1994 coming of Hulk Hogan into WCW and his summer of 1994 feud with Ric Flair and more. Episode 9
Karl Stern is back with a new original edition of the Old Time Wrestling Hour podcast talking WWE Network, latest additions to the Southeastern Championship Wrestling results project, Bunkhouse Buck, and Dustin Rhodes. Episode 8
This episode the Patreons get the mailbag with questions about The Undertaker, Frank Gotch, then a discussion about the Midnight Express and how Ron Starr became a part of it, the car accident that ended Norvell Austin's run, and how on Earth the Honky Tonk Man Wayne Farris ended up in this story. Also the story about the fan fight that almost sent Ron Starr to jail. Episode 7
On this edition of the formerly named Karl Stern History of Wrestling podcast only for Patreons, Karl talks his recent wrestling research projects and 1982-84 pro wrestling. The Midnight Express you probably don't know about. What's new on the WWE Network of interest to classic fans and on YouTube plus more! Episode 6
DragonKingKarl (Karl Stern) talks about the death of controversial wrestling star Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka and talks about the seedy underbelly of pro wrestling in the 1980's plus gives updates on his current wrestling history projects. Episode 5
(01-04-2017) DragonKingKarl (Karl Stern) talks about the state of pro wrestling history research and how there was a boom period about 10 years ago but how things have changed. Also, what's the latest on the Southeastern wrestling project and more. Episode 4
(12-28-2106) DragonKingKarl (Karl Stern) talks about his latest research projects including the NWA Southeastern Championship Wrestling project and the wrestling stars we have lost in 2016 including classic stars the Mongolian Stomper, Blackjack Mulligan, Axl Rotten, and others. Episode 3
DragonKingKarl (Karl Stern) talks about Sting entering the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame. What is Sting's career legacy really? Does he deserve to be in? What happens to Sting's career under the microscope? How does it measure up with his original partner the Ultimate Warrior? Episode 2
(12-08-2016) DragonKingKarl launches an all new, all different pro wrestling podcast looking at his research and topics of interest in old school retro pro wrestling. In episode 1 Karl looks at the NWA Southeastern Championship Wrestling research project and talks about various Southeastern wrestlers he met or worked with along the way including an unlikely friendship with Buddy Landell plus thoughts on other first time meetings with Jerry Stubbs and others. Episode 1
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