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FREE PODCAST 11/13 – WKPWP Interview Classic: (10 Yrs Ago) Shane Douglas talks ECW legacy, throwing down NWA Title, chairshots to head, deceased wrestlers, more (156 min.)

SHOW SUMMARY: In this week’s Interview Classic episode from five years ago (11-3-2017), PWTorch editor Wade Keller talks TNA with live callers for the first 30 minutes, then is joined by Shane Douglas for the next 90-plus minutes to discuss Extreme Rising’s next show, the legacy of ECW, not being able to use so many former colleagues on the E.R. shows because of deaths and disabilities, chairshots to the head in wrestling, the dangerous ECW style, whether he regrets throwing the belt down, Paul Heyman, current national TV wrestling, what the pro wrestling industry will be like after Vince McMahon, and much more in this insightful interview.
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Shane Douglas, teenager killed in Brimfield crash, is remembered for ‘infectious’ smile and ‘avid lover of sports’ in obituary, funeral is Friday

Shane Douglas is being remembered for his “infectious” smile, “class clown humor” and being an “avid lover of sports.”. Douglas, 18, was one of three teenagers killed in a single-vehicle crash in Brimfield early Sunday morning. Vincent “Vinnie” Ardizzoni, 17 and Dominick “Dom” Gardner, 17, were also killed in the crash, according to a Massachusetts State Police.
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FREE PODCAST 6/25 – PWTorch Dailycast – Best of PWTorch Livecast: (6-15-12) Shane Douglas talks ECW, Dean Douglas character in WWE, Sabu, Extreme Rising tour, more + Fairplay on Aftershow (136 min.)

SPOTLIGHTED PODCAST ALERT (YOUR ARTICLE BEGINS A FEW INCHES DOWN)... SHOW SUMMARY: This week’s “Best of PWTorch Livecast” jumps back ten years to the June 15, 2012 episode featuring PWTorch columnist Pat McNeill’s interview with former ECW wrestler Shane Douglas on his Extreme Rising tour, issues from the first Extreme Rising tour show, Sabu, his Dean Douglas character in WWF, current pro wrestling product, and much much more. Plus, in the formerly VIP-exclusive Aftershow, McNeill talks to former TNA personality Jonny Fairplay on wrestling topics in the news, plus more.
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VIP AUDIO 2/19 – VIP Podcast Vault – 18 Yrs Ago TNA PPV report (1-14-2004): Powell’s report on why Raven no-showed, Styles & Watts vs. Jarrett & Abyss, plus Sandman, AMW, Shane Douglas, Daniels, Low Ki (21 min.)

SPOTLIGHTED PODCAST ALERT (YOUR ARTICLE BEGINS A FEW INCHES DOWN)... SHOW SUMMARY: This installment of the PWTorch VIP Vault jumps back to a review of the NWA-TNA PPV from January 14, 2004. Throughout the month of February 2022, we’ll be posting the January 2004 and February 2004 PWTorch VIP podcasts, some of the earliest podcasts covering pro wrestling anywhere. This Vault features PWTorch assistant editor Jason Powell reviewing the entire NWA-TNA PPV from Jan. 14, 2004 including A.J. Styles & Erik Watts vs. Jeff Jarrett & Abyss in the main event, plus Daniels, Shane Douglas, Low Ki, Sandman, Americas Most Wanted, and more. Also, details why Raven no-showed.
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ISPW RETURNS TO JERSEY, EMBRY & FOLEY AT WORLD CLASS PRO IN TEXAS, NYWC HALL OF FAME, EC3 IN MINNESOTA, SHANE DOUGLAS, H2O AND MORE

Tommy Fierro's ISPW returned to New Jersey on Friday 1/14 with ISPW Champion Daniel Morrison (aka Doring) managed by Maven, defeating Bull James on top when guest referee Dave LaGreca (yes, the same from SiriusXM's Busted Open) turned and helped Morrison retain. WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy Hart was in, beating Andy Vineberg in a singing contest. The Now captured the ISPW Tag Team Titles beating LSG & Cheeseburger and The Winner’s Club. Nikos Rikos retained the ISPW Tri-State Championship, defeating Matt Sydal. Vicious Vicki retained the ISPW Women’s Championship, defeating The Notorious Mimi. HC Loc pinned Traxx. Crowbar worked in Adam Payne's corner as he beat Leo Sparrow, who wrestled Omos on Raw last week. Crowbar is out of action after taking a bad fall after slipping on ice down a flight of stairs outside his home. The promotion will debut on 2/18 in Butler, NJ, headlined by Danny Morrison with Maven defending the ISPW Title against Scotty 2 Hotty, Bull James vs. Richard Holliday, Vicious Vickie vs. Adena Steele, HC Loc vs. Traxx in a Strap match plus appearances by New York Mets Legend Bobby Valentine, Sal Sincere (Tom Brandi), and much more to be announced this weekend. Tickets are available now at ISPWWrestling.com.Scotty Too Hotty will be doing a seminar before the show for talents from 3 - 5 PM. For details, email 80sWrestlingPics@gmail.com.
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Shane Douglas Piles Praise On Goldberg

ECW original Shane Douglas has heaped praise on WWE Hall Of Famer Goldberg and claims the former WCW Champion was extremely easy to work with. Shane Douglas was the man who threw down the NWA World Championship and ushered in a new era of Extreme Championship Wrestling in the early nineties. ‘The Franchise’ was a cornerstone of the promotion in between an ill-fated run in the WWF and a longer stint in World Championship Wrestling.