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Georgia Wrestling Now welcomes Professor Morté, Marko and Dave Wills

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Georgia Wrestling Now welcomes Professor Morté, Marko and Dave Wills

Posted on 27 May 2013 by Jonathan Williams

Marko has his sights set high in Progression Pro Wrestling, NWA Atlanta and elsewhere. Photo by Harold Jay Taylor/Headlocks and Headshots.

It’s Memorial Day, so Georgia Wrestling Now is taking a break from the fireworks outside to bring you some proverbial fireworks its own! The fuse is lit in the form of international male model and star of NWA Atlanta, Progression Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Resurrection, the man now known simply as Marko. And in the second half of of the show we talk to the “crying wrestling fan” Dave Wills, who is speaking on behalf of the Exotic Ones about the recent controversy surrounding their involvement with Peachstate Wrestling Alliance. We also hear from Monstrosity Championship Wrestling’s Professor Morté about some of the matches scheduled for the Rock & Roll Monster Bash on June 2. All this and more as Wrestling with Pop Culture and Team All You Can Eat’s Matt Hankins bring you another exciting edition of Georgia Wrestling Now. Listen live every Monday at 7 p.m. and call 347-324-5735 for questions or comments.

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Georgia Wrestling Now welcomes Professor Morté, Tim E. D and Jeremy Vain

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Georgia Wrestling Now welcomes Professor Morté, Tim E. D and Jeremy Vain

Posted on 06 May 2013 by Jonathan Williams

APW's Jeremy Vain challenges Shaun Tempers for the Anarchy Wrestling Championship this Saturday.

From the High Museum of Art to more traditional wrestling venues, it seems that you can find wrestling pretty much anywhere this weekend. On this week’s Georgia Wrestling Now, Team All You Can Eat’s Matt Hankins and Wrestling with Pop Culture talk to two people (well, that term is questionable for one of our guests) who will be involved in some of this weekend’s bigger events. First we hear from Professor Morté, who talks about last Friday’s Monstrosity Championship Wrestling event at Club Famous, this weekend’s MCW matches at Art-B-Que and other upcoming MCW events. Then we’re joined by Anarchy Wrestling commentator Tim E. D (who has a big announcement of his own) as we talk to Alternative Pro Wrestling’s Jeremy Vain about his shot at Shaun Tempers’ Anarchy Wrestling Championship this Saturday. Other topics of discussion include recent and upcoming events in Rampage Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Resurrection, Deep Southern Championship Wrestling, Team WILLPower, NWA Atlanta, Universal Independent Wrestling, Chikara, Peachstate Wrestling Alliance, Georgia Championship Wrestling, Progression Pro Wrestling and more. Listen live every Monday at 7 p.m. and call 347-324-5735 for questions or comments.

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Georgia Wrestling Now welcomes Professor Morte, Cyrus the Destroyer and A.J. Steele

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Georgia Wrestling Now welcomes Professor Morte, Cyrus the Destroyer and A.J. Steele

Posted on 12 November 2012 by Jonathan Williams

The world of wrestling is always unpredictable, and this week’s Georgia Wrestling Now is a perfect illustration of that fact. With Monstrosity Championship Wrestling’s event looming this Friday, the Silver Scream SpookShow‘s Professor Morte calls to reveal more macabre details. Wrestling with Pop Culture and Team All You Can Eat’s Matt Hankins also talk to Cyrus the Destroyer about Saturday’s Deep Southern Championship Wrestling event. But perhaps the most shocking development is the reuniting of the Usual Suspects, Murder 1 and our guest NWA Action Heavyweight Champion A.J. Steele, who take on Hot Like Lava in a no holds barred street fight this Sunday at Rampage Pro Wrestling‘s Thanksgiving Week Holiday Spectacular. We also discuss recent and upcoming events in Anarchy Wrestling, Universal Independent Wrestling, Atlanta Midget Wrestling, Platinum Championship Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Resurrection and more. It all begins at 7 p.m. EST and you can call in with questions and comments at 347-324-5735.

Professor Morte reveals details about this Friday's Monstrosity Championship Wrestling event on this week's Georgia Wrestling Now.

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Georgia Wrestling Now welcomes Professor Morte and Shane Noles

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Georgia Wrestling Now welcomes Professor Morte and Shane Noles

Posted on 28 May 2012 by Jonathan Williams

Team All You Can Eat’s Matt Hankins, “The Human Hand Grenade” dany only and Wrestling with Pop Culture had lots to talk about this week on Georgia Wrestling Now, including some major announcements. Our guests included Professor Morte from the Silver Scream SpookShow, who let us know what to expect from Monstrosity Championship Wrestling’s matches at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Monster Bash on June 3. We also heard from Peachstate Wrestling Alliance‘s Shane Noles about PWA’s fourth anniversary show on June 2. As always, there were a few other surprises.

Monstrosity Championship Wrestling's Professor Morte

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Prof. Morte brings monsters to the wrestling ring

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Prof. Morte brings monsters to the wrestling ring

Posted on 27 March 2012 by Jonathan Williams

For the past few years, Professor Morte has been the “ghost host with the most” at the Plaza Theatre‘s Silver Scream SpookShow, where he puts on a classic horror show with go-go dancers, screenings (or as he would say, “screamings”) of retro horror films and appearances by a cast of kooky characters. Last October, he took his monsters to the Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse to entertain the lines of people waiting to tour the facilities of the controversial Centers for Disease Development with the debut of Monstrosity Championship Wrestling. Little has been heard from MCW since those two shows, but Morte is ready to unleash the monsters again to help Wrestling with Pop Culture celebrate its first anniversary. As he plots this ultimate monster battle, he steps away from his lab to talk to Wrestling with Pop Culture about MCW’s return.

Hello again, Professor Morte.

Yes, it’s Professor Morte alive in the undead flesh!

As we’ve discussed on Georgia Wrestling Now over the past few weeks, Monstrosity Championship Wrestling debuted last October at the Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse and the Wrestling with Pop Culture Anniversary Party will be the first show you’ve done since then.

It’s the first indoor show for Monstrosity Championship Wrestling, so we don’t have to worry about lightning strikes.

Well lightning might help with some of the monsters.

Yeah. With some of the monsters we might have to bring the Tesla coils out there to jump start these guys.

A lot of people  may not have seen those shows in October…

Well shame on them! It was the greatest wrestling show that was ever put on. We had Frankenstein’s monster fighting the Wolf Man, we had a big all out zombie battle and it was pretty fangtastic. Those guys were really ripping each other’s arms off and beating each other over the head with them and stuff.

Will there be beheadings at the Monstrosity Championship Wrestling matches?!

Which monsters are on the card for tomorrow night’s show?

It’s a big surprise to everybody involved. We’re going to figure out tonight exactly what is going on tomorrow and which monsters I’ve got to let out of the cage and which monsters I’ve got to kind of spruce up in the lab so they’re presentable. And we’ll figure out what we’re going to do about some of these Platinum Championship Wrestling guys showing up and wanting to cause trouble at the MCW show.

Right. Of course Stephen Platinum very politely issued that challenge a few weeks ago on Georgia Wrestling Now. PCW will be coming over after the Atlanta Film Festival screening of The Booker and I guess they want to mix it up with the monsters a little bit.

Yes. It should be very interesting. I’ve been looking forward to this for about ten years now, so I’m really excited to finally be bringing Monstrosity Championship Wrestling to the Masquerade.

And I’m excited to have it be part of the Wrestling with Pop Culture Anniversary Party.

Great. And congratulations on your first year and all the things you’ve been doing. This show you’re putting on is like a variety show of great things that go on in Atlanta. You really pulled a lot of stuff together. You’ve got my favorite chocolate company with those spooky chocolates from Chocolate F/X and a lot of fun stuff going on at this show. You’ve really worked hard and the sponsors are fangtastic, so I’m looking forward to having an all around good time. Even if you don’t like wrestling, there are monsters! That’s reason enough to come to this show. You’ve got rock ‘n’ roll, you’ve got all kinds of stuff.

Even though it’s an all ages show, Neon Armour will also be doing body painting. So there might even be some boobies.

Oh, boobies! Well, children love boobies. And I love children. They’re delicious. I mean delightful. Children are delightful. So if they want to bring some children I’m sure the children will be very entertained with boobies, too.

With MCW, PCW, the bands, body painting and everything else, there’s sure to be a lot of stimulation at this show.

Over stimulation for some people. I’m really looking forward to it. We’re going to put on one yell of a show tomorrow night. I’m looking forward to scaring the yell out of you and the rest of the people that are attending so they can see just what is going to happen tomorrow night at the Masquerade! Muah ha ha!

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