IN THE ROOM this week welcomes retired independent wrestler, promoter, and paranormal investigator Michael Zimmerman of the WISPS (Wraith Investigators of Supernatural and Paradimensional Society). Check it out as Michael talks for 40 minutes about the comparisons between wrestling and ghost hunting; validating evidence; some of his scariest moments; and whether or not the Ghost Hunters TV show gets it right. Plus, PWI’s Brady Hicks, former WCW star The Stro, Kathie Fitz, Derrick McDonald, and Matt Grimm talk about the WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view; complain about the personalities seen on Raw; and talk about the 2016 ECWA Women’s Super 8 Chickfight tournament and other independent shows in the area this past weekend. Plus open phone lines for two full hours and so … much … more! Thanks, as always, for the support.
Mainstream, non-wrestling interviews
This week we’re proud to welcome Australian actor Lee Shorten IN THE ROOM. Lee is one of the star cast members of Amazon Video’s wildly controversial series The Man in the High Castle. What are Shorten’s thoughts on being a part of this show that highlights a “what-if” scenario of the Nazis and Japanese overtaking the US? Plus, Lee talks his body of work which also includes Supernatural and Flash; his parents’ pressuring him to again pursue law; and what we can all look forward to in the second season of High Castle. Plus, PWI’s Brady Hicks, former WCW star The Stro, Kathie Fitzpatrick, and Derrick McDonald talk about the upcoming WWE draft and its potential implications on NXT; the Wyatts – New Day segment from Raw; possible women to be Abigail Wyatt; and a potential new persona for Roman Reigns when he returns to the ring. We also take listener phone calls for two full hours. All that, plus so … much … more! Thanks, as always, for the support.
VOC Nation’s and IN THE ROOM’s Brady Hicks sits down with Jay Matthew, the producer of “Bern: The Movie.” Check out Jay’s thoughts on everything from the making of this remarkable film, which is recording through the DNC Convention this July in Philly; to supporting Bernie Sanders for President; to the movement and revolution in general. Even if you don’t #feelthebern, it’s certainly worth checking out! bernthemovie.com
IN THE ROOM this week proudly welcomes singer / songwriter / actress / show host / former WWE ring announcer Lauren Mayhew. Check out the show as Mayhew’s newest hit song “I’ll Be” is played as she talks the art of putting together music and melody and setting it to a track and recording a music video. Mayhew – who has also been featured in music videos for Mandy Moore and Faith Hill – also talks about her wealth in acting success, including her upcoming Cannes-nominated film “What Happened Last Night,” which also features WWE’s David Otunga, and her online TV show “Mic Drop.” Plus, Lauren Mayhew talks about performing at the SuperBowl, meeting Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler, interacting with fans, and working for WWE as a ring announcer. You can check out all her stuff at laurenmayhew.com.
Plus, PWI’s Brady Hicks, former WCW star The Stro, Kathie Fitzpatrick, and Derrick McDonald talk more about the brand extension and John Cena vs. AJ Styles, debate Brock Lesnar in the UFC, and take phone calls for two full hours. All that, plus so … much … more! Thanks, as always, for the support.
IN THE ROOM this week welcomes 93.7 WSTW’s Brian Soscia to talk about his experiences interviewing some of wrestling’s top stars. What are Brian’s thoughts on WrestleMania, NXT, and the independent scene today? Check it out to find out! Plus, The Soscia Network star talks about personal encounters with Ric Flair, Daniel Bryan, Vince McMahon, and so many others over his time as an on-air personality and independent wrestler! In addition, PWI’s Brady Hicks, The Stro (WCW’s Maestro), Kathie Fitzpatrick, and Derrick McDonald talk the ins and outs of this year’s NXT Fallout, Hall of Fame, WrestleMania, and night-after Raw; Lucha Underground; and The Miz and Maryse! Plus, open phone lines for two full hours and so … much … more. Thanks, as always, for the support! Sorry about the technical issues!