A part of Cheap Heat Radio's Summer of Southeastern Legends, one of the biggest legends of wrestling in the Southeast joined Gene Jackson as "Dirty" Dutch Mantell was on the show and discussed a number of topics including: how he got the name Dutch Mantell, the differences in working for Bill Watts/Ron Fuller/Jerry Jarrett, his favorite angle in Continental, his new upcoming book 'Wrestling Rulebook 101: Conversations with an idiot', his school University of Dutch, wrestling's current lack of 'bookers', "Dirty" Dutch for President in 2012???, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, and much, MUCH more!!
Gene Jackson is proud to welcome a LEGEND in Southern Pro Wrestling....Mr. Olympia Jerry Stubbs. Jerry Stubbs wrestled all over the world but was most well known for his work in Bill Watts' Mid South and the Southeastern Territory in the 80's. We talked to him about all sorts of topics including: breaking into the business in GA for Ole Anderson, becoming Mr Olympia, working for Bill Watts, tagging with the JYD, working in Japan as a "Sheik", Curt Hennig's ribs on Japanese wrestlers, the differences between working for Ron Fuller and Bill Watts, working under a mask, the story behind giving Hennig the "Mr. Perfect" gimmick, why he never went to WCW or WWF, and much, much more!
Neil Taylor joins the show and discusses "Thunder on the Water", lack of security at wrestling shows, Kenny Valiant shows, Intense Pro Wrestling, the state of current indy wrestling, his goals in the business and has he accomplished them, working with legends like Jerry Lawler and what he's learned from it, outside interests, Mick Foley, and much, much more during a 60 minute show that ran an hour and a half! Always fun to talk with the "Real Deal", make sure you give this one a listen!