A PhD in ECW - Rob Van Dam vs. Jerry Lynn - (Living Dangerously 1999)
Wrestling Makes You Think
JZ has never really watched ECW, and is not all that big on Rob Van Dam. Challenged by a number of listeners to educate himself on some of the finer moments of Mr. Monday Night, JZ sought out a Sensei of Extreme to do just that. Enter, Rochester Radio Legend, and ECW Superfan, Billy D'Ettorre, who sat down to watch RVD vs. Jerry Lynn from Living Dangerously (1999). Listen as they chat about Billy's ECW Fandom, and then offer alternative commentary to the match for you to watch along with! Want to watch the match? Check it out on peacocktv.com!Follow Billy on Twitter - @RadioFreeBillyDLike us on Facebook - Wrestling Makes you ThinkGot a match suggestion? Drop us a line at 585-371-8986!
We open Mooney's Vault to relive another legendary conversation. We welcome a man whose pro wrestling journey has made plenty of stops along the way - as former WCW, WWF, ECW, TNA star - and current AEW trainer - Jerry Lynn joins us! Jerry talks about growing up in Minnesota's wrestling hotbed, wanting to pursue wrestling, but thinking he was too small. Jerry shares stories of training with Brad Rheingans, learning ring psychology and the art of selling. Jerry talks about his first experience with the WWE in 1989, sharing memories of big men like Andre, Akeem, and Big Bossman. Jerry reflects on working in Japan, as well as his stints in ECW, TNA and WWE, plus what his role is now with AEW and what the future holds for the promotion.If you're over 40, and want to learn how to cook the best steak, find a cool sense of style, save for retirement no matter how old you are, or want to be unstoppable, check out our other podcast, Upside of 40! Listen, subscribe, and leave us a 5 star review on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/upside-of-40-with-sean-mooney/id1467683353
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Jerry Lynn coached Dr. Britt Baker and Thunder Rosa for their recent hardcore match, and shares the advice he gave them about bumping in thumbtacks. He talks about learning from his fellow AEW coaches like Dean Malenko, Arn Anderson, and Jake “The Snake” Roberts, the importance of treating your character as a brand, and the evolution of high-flying wrestlers. He explains how one call to the Young Bucks resulted in his signing with AEW, and what Tony Khan said to him the first time they met. Plus, Jerry speaks to his days wrestling under a mask, his favorite ECW spots, the challenge of doing good guy vs good guy matches, and getting color with X-Pac. Thanks to our sponsor AEW Casino! Download it now: aewgames.com/getcasino.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Turnbuckle Rewind: Episode Thirteen | RVD vs. Jerry Lynn (Hardcore Heaven 1999)
Today on Turnbuckle Rewind, Karl Karufel and Mighty Joe Morin turn back the clock to 1999's Hardcore Heaven event and the classic between RVD and Jerry Lynn! Love Wrestling Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LoveWrestlingCA Twitter: https://twitter.com/LoveWrestlingCA Instagram: https://Instagram.com/LoveWrestlingCA YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/LoveWrestlingCA Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/lovewrestlingca Podbean: https://lovewrestling.podbean.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LoveWrestlingCA Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/love-wrestling/id1544146794 iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-love-wrestling-75161809/ TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports--Recreation-Podcasts/Love-Wrestling-p1389312/
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Artist Jerry Lynn joins the Studio Noize fam to talk about his amazing work. We talk about Jerry’s beautiful southern nostalgia paintings filled with southern images like churches, baptism, and fields of cotton. We talk about the other influences of his work as his love for his children and reverence for Black historical figures. Jerry talks about painting light and gesture in his work, how he and his twin brother Terry got into their first gallery, and what he did to adjust to the new world after the pandemic. Jerry has a ton of experience as a working artist and we get to know him in this episode.Jerry was born and raised in the suburbs of Memphis, Tennessee. He received early success and recognition with the collaborative art he created with his brother under the moniker “Twin”. His art is in the collections of celebrities, business leaders, and notable people such as Bob Johnson, Kem, Alonzo Morning and Isaiah Thomas to name a few. His current practice involves taking black figures from the past and present and immortalizing them on canvas in an refreshing way. His art was recently selected for the upcoming exhibit “Red Clay Suvey” at the Huntsville Musuem of Art, Alabama. See more: www.artbyjerrylynn.com + @artbyjerrylynnThe Studio Noize question of the week is:What music are you listening to in the studio? Let us know your answers on IG @studionoziepodcast or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us:StudioNoizePodcast.comJamaal Barber: @JBarberStudioCheck out our sponsor National Black Arts at nbaf.org/