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Cody Hall (@realcodyhall) is a professional wrestler and the son of the late WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall. He joins Chris Van Vliet to talk about the recent passing of his father, what it was like growing up with Razor Ramon as a father, following in his footsteps as a professional wrestler, working for New Japan, what happened when he signed with MLW, his favorite Scott Hall matches, how DDP saved his father's life, what his current career goals are and much more! For more information about Chris and INSIGHT go to: https://podcast.chrisvanvliet.com If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you to please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcast/iTunes? It takes less than a minute and makes a huge difference in helping to spread the word about the show and also to convince some hard-to-get guests. Follow CVV on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/ChrisVanVliet Twitter: twitter.com/ChrisVanVliet Facebook: facebook.com/ChrisVanVliet YouTube: youtube.com/ChrisVanVliet TikTok: tiktok.com/@Chris.VanVliet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Will the legendary Steiner Brothers prove to be too much for Jimmy Hart's makeshift tag team of Konnan & Bill “Hugh Morris” DeMott? When NFL Hall of Famers Reggie White and Steve “Mongo” McMichael lock up for the first time in a professional wrestling match, what could possibly go wrong? And can Ric Flair celebrate his return to Charlotte by leading Roddy Piper & Kevin Greene to a win over the NWO Wolfpack of Scott Hall, Kevin Nash & Sean Waltman? Learn the answers to these and many more questions, as hosts Pat McNeill & Shane Shadows take you back to those thrilling days of yesteryear with the conclusion of WCW Slamboree 1997. It's “Wayback Playback” time on Creative Control Network! (82:55)This week's episode is presented by “Dragon Ball Z: Kakrot”, available on PS5, Xbox and PC.Join us on Patreon.com/WaybackPlayback for ad-free content, show archives and bonus material.
Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels get into a fight after the Heartbreak Kid battles Owen Hart on Raw. Stone Cold Steve Austin makes a few surprise appearances and he delivers a few surprise stunners, and Faarooq gets upset about his trashed locker room. On Nitro Larry Zybsko reminds Lex Luger that he'll be a fair referee in Luger's upcoming Halloween Havoc match against Scott Hall. Hollywood Hogan notices the steel cage hanging above the ring after the nWo get jumped at the start of the show, and elsewhere on the card Chris Benoit vs Eddie Guerrero & Curt Hennig vs Dean Malenko takes place.
We are firmly into the NWO era of WCW, and this edition of the Great American Bash had plenty of highlights. Led by the feud between the Macho Man Randy Savage and Diamond Dallas Page, the Bash of '97 had some fine matches. Additionally, in action were the Kevin Nash and Scott Hall with Syxx against Ric Flair and Roddy Piper, Akira Hokuto meeting Madusa, Ultimo Dragon (known here at the Ultimate Dragon versus Psychosis and Kevin Greene facing Steve McMichael (yes, they had a very good match). Another enjoyable trip back to your childhood, from the crew at WHW! Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUS content: patreon.com/WHWMonday Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/WHWMonday Check out all the new cool merchandise at BoxOfGimmicks.com Buy a shirt at LoisRules.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/whw Save thousands at Savewithconrad.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A growing number of businesses are starting to accept crypto payments from customers. If you're wondering how to do the same for your business, read New York marketing and small business expert Scott Hall's latest report for tips. Learn more at https://scotthall.co/how-to-accept-crypto-payments-as-a-business (https://scotthall.co/how-to-accept-crypto-payments-as-a-business)
Latest up from Spoken Label features newcomer to the spoken word scene, previously from Stafford but now based Manchester, flash fiction writer Scott Hall. More about Scott Hall can be found at: https://www.instagram.com/hill_scott_heron
This will go down as one of the better WCW Pay Per Views ever. It had the debut of Rey Mysterio, Jr. in a classic against Dean Malenko. Lord Steven Regal and Sting had a tremendous one-on-one encounter, Ric Flair and Arn Anderson went to battle with Kevin Greene and Steve McMichael, the Giant and Lex Luger squared off for the world title and Chris Benoit and Kevin Sullivan had a unforgettable falls count anywhere match. But the most memorable part was when Kevin Nash and Scott Hall power bombed Eric Bischoff through the stage. We relive the moments of the last WCW mega event before the formation of the NWO. Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUS content: patreon.com/WHWMonday Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/WHWMonday Check out all the new cool merchandise at BoxOfGimmicks.com Buy a shirt at LoisRules.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/whw Save thousands at Savewithconrad.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode we are talking about one of our favorite wrestlers Scott Hall. He was the first person I saw on Saturday morning episode of WWE Superstars and I was hooked forever. No one can ever debate the impact he had on wrestling. R.I.P. to the Bad Guy
It was the night 3 NFL superstars (one now a fulltime wrestler) took part in a WCW pay-per-view! Slamboree was never one of WCW's marquee events throughout the year, but they tried to bring the goods in one of greatest years in company history (at least in our opinions). Not only did former Chicago Bear, Steve "Mongo" McMichael go one-on-one with Green Bay Packer and future Hall of Famer, Reggie White, but North Carolina Panther and future Hall of Famer, Kevin Greene, teamed with the legendary "Rowdy" Roddy Piper and "Nature Boy" Ric Flair to take on the NWO team of Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, and Syxx. Chris Benoit faced off against Meng in a Death Match, the Dungeon of Doom implodes, Glacier and Mortis continue their feud as Wrath is brought into the fold, Ultimo Dragon and Lord Steven Regal have a banger for the TV Title, and Rey Mysterio Jr. takes on a NJPW star. All of this plus the Monday Night Wars and much more to discuss in the news segment!ALL PODCAST, SOCIAL MEDIA, & MERCHANDISE LINKS: linktr.ee/MainEventMarksCHECK OUT OUR MERCHANDISE: MainEventMarks.redbubble.com & bonfire.com/store/maineventmarksGET FUELED WITH SHOCKED ENERGY: https://shockedenergy.com/collections/all?sca_ref=1814354.mOXH7RrwKh&sca_source=MainEventMarks (promo code: MainEvent for 10% off)GET AWESOME SPORTS T-SHIRTS: intheclutch.com/MAINEVENT (use code "MAINEVENT" for 10% off)ORDER FROM SWIFT LIFESTYLES: SwiftLifestyles.com, use PROMO CODE: MainEventMarks at checkout for 15% offLISTEN EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 9PM EST: tikilive.com/channel/BURNS
In a special PWR At The Movies, the boys review a special documentary. The Resurrection of Jake the Snake is a 2015 American documentary film directed by Steve Yu chronicling the life of professional wrestler Jake Roberts (also known by his ring name of Jake "The Snake" Roberts). In particular, the film focuses on Roberts' life from 2012 to 2014, during which time he undergoes a rehabilitation program led by his friend and former professional wrestler Diamond Dallas Page with the aim to break his alcoholism and improve his overall health. Numerous other wrestlers are interviewed about Roberts throughout the film, and Scott Hall (another professional wrestler and friend of Page and Roberts) joins the rehabilitation program several months after Roberts, having similarly struggled with alcoholism.
On the 280th edition of Wrestling With the Dawg at FlairFlop.com and on the When It Was Cool Podcast Network, the Dirty Dawg Darsie dives into the main event match at WCW Slamboree 1997 where Ric Flair, Kevin Greene, and Roddy Piper defeated Syxx, Scott Hall, and Kevin Nash! The Dawg talks about Kevin Sullivan taking some time away from booking due to mental burn-out, Rob Van Dam becoming "Mr. Monday Night" and appearing on WWF Monday Night Raw, and so much more!
Find out if you're eligible for tax credits with this free 60-second quiz from Scott Hall and ERTC Today. Non-profits, startups, and businesses that already received a PPP loan may all be eligible. Visit https://scotthall.co/employee-retention-credit-what-you-need-to-know (https://scotthall.co/employee-retention-credit-what-you-need-to-know) to learn more, or to take the free eligibility quiz.
Wrestling & Everything Coast to Coast: Hosts Evan Ginzburg, Buddy Sotello & Mike Lano - Episode 107 (5/16/22): This week we have Mike Lano back with a special appearance by Evan as he updates us on Wrestlemania! Also Mike talks about Kirk White, Pepper Martin and Scott Hall's passing... --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wrestlingandeverything/support
The 100th head-to-head episode of Reliving The War! Raw is live from Madison Square Garden and Steve Austin is looking for another victim. After attacking Owen Hart, Stone Cold gets confronted by Vince McMahon and history is made on Raw is War. Mick Foley also surprises Triple H with the return of Cactus Jack, and Shawn Michaels challenges The Undertaker to a fight 2 weeks before Badd Blood: In Your House. On Nitro Roddy Piper has an announcement that will have a "profound impact" on the nWo. Scott Hall challenges Lex Luger to a match and he also challenges Larry Zybsko to step into the ring, and Hollywood Hogan cuts a promo while wearing Ric Flair's robe from Fall Brawl 97.
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When, what was it when they switched over from whatever like Mac OS nine to Mac OS 10. And that was the transition when they kind of switched the framework over to a Unix based framework, I think where they call it Darwin on the Macintosh. Really interesting love the way that that works. That's really what makes the Mac OS mac os 10. So stay was so so useful was a lot of the work that was done to set it up on an older framework of a Unix file system. But but really cool stuff. So I talked a little bit about that on the last flash briefing, what I wanted to talk about today was a specific command the sips command. So as this is a photo oriented flash briefing, the sips command is really cool, it allows you to do all this, this internal image processing that that I really didn't think you would be able to do in it right away. But like for, I guess, for instance, you can resize a whole folder of photographs to some preset resolution. So if you're in a hurry, and you had a folder of images that were maybe full size, and you wanted to have a copy of those images, but you wanted to have a web size version, say there were only 2500 pixels across, you know, you've seen one or two, like kind of shrink them down a little bit from their full size JPEG version. So you maybe would make a copy of that folder on your desktop, let's say you go to terminal, you'd orient yourself to that directory and then I think you'd type in sips and then I think it was like space z or something like that. And then you'd like list the file directory for where the photos are located. And then you like type in like a certain syntax to give you the the files or sorry, not the file size, but the JPEG resolution that it's going to re render that image to and then when you hit enter, it executes the command and then within terminal renders out or you can you can kind of watch it render out as it kind of goes to each of those images and reframes it resizes it and then gives you the new file size and the directory of Finder. It's really cool to see it's kind of fun to to try out, especially if you're kind of in a hurry. And if you want to kind of get geeky into into stuff in Terminal but the sips command you can do terminal man space sips si PS. And you can learn a little bit more about the image processing system inside the Mac. 2:56 You can see more of my work at Billy Newman photo comm you can check out some of my photo books on Amazon. I think you can look at that Bitly Newman under the author's section there and see some of the photo books on film on the desert, on surrealism on camping and cool stuff over there. I wanted to touch him today and talk about a trip that I just just finished up going on out to have to Central Oregon over to the high desert area in Eastern Oregon I guess it's Eastern Oregon kind of over near the bend area we went up to Smith rock this last week and did some camping out over there had a great time is it's pretty nice but we did the the hike over there at Smith rock and I guess I wanted to do just to kind of short podcast about about the area over by by Smith rock some of the hiking that you can do and some of the trip and photo stuff that we were working on over there but yeah, I had a great time and nobody Smith rock took off for a pretty quick easy weekend trip. You know what's great about living here in Oregon on like the I five corridor is you can just kind of jump over to Eastern Oregon over over the cascade pass which is definitely tracking a drive it's different than that just being on the freeway, but it's pretty cool Yeah, jumping over the highways and getting over kind of into the backcountry in the Cascades and then heading over over the past and then down into the high desert area of Eastern Oregon over there. So yeah, when three sisters headed over to Terra bond, and then went into the Smith rock State Park area. Really man the thing I guess I should say is Yeah, Smith rock is just world class camping or hiking area. You really can't camp there. I guess you can kind of camp out in a tent. You can kind of bivouac there. I guess some of the rock climbers do that. But there's also like another spot the area we can to is this campground called skull hollow, which is about maybe five miles away or so it's really not too far of a drive but yeah, hop in the car, go around the mountain. And then on the backside of that you can you can hang out and set up a camp. I think it's there. We were at was Probably I guess I guess it's BLM maybe it's like state forest or some of the stuff but it was dispersed camping areas so you can kind of drive up this road pull out on the side and kind of walk your tent over and you know just go feet and set it up hang out is all free and you're just sitting out there in the, in the scrub of the sagebrush and on some lumpy ground and I think there's like open range cattle that walk through there to other times we would camp there in the past I think Marina and I had been there maybe years ago and we had camped just a couple spots off and the place that we were this weekend we put up the tent hung out there had the car parked there and then that morning we woke up in the tent we could hear like a bunch of big footsteps around and sounds and animals and we were thinking oh man, that's weird. And we had zip the screen on the tent looked outside and we were surrounded by cows. Were you out? Yeah, I don't know because because it's going to walk through in their little group during the night or during the morning and ended up in the acreage around where we were yeah kind of cool about open range cattle and stuff but it's fun hanging out over there yeah check it out the Scott Hall campground was cool get our camp set up over there was cool had a couple tenths going and yeah, took off went over to Smith rock did the hiking trip over that that was pretty cool. That's where we did some of our photo stuff most of the hike was like kind of a cool afternoon hike. It's really a great one because it's it's a couple miles it's definitely challenging. If you're not super used to hiking you could do it but you could you should try it out for a little bit. We're not trained for Urbino get ready I got busted up my feet I got some hotspots and stuff so it's like maybe there's three miles four miles I'm not sure it takes about four hours or so you got to take in like an average sort of mellow pace you but it's cool you know the the lower part you know goes around like the crooked river maybe it's only two hours I don't know we went around the lower part around the crooked river which is really cool how the way that the area was formed is really like if you kind of look at it from the outside me the ranch land it's all surrounding is this pretty high or it's higher in elevation is just kind of this this flatter area and then it comes up to the crooked river where it drops off into this rim Rock Canyon and then Smith rock is the volcanic 7:18 remnant that's been left there as the erosion of the river is kind of wrapped by it and pulled away all the sediment that was there that would just kind of make it look like a average boring hillside and so now you have these these really exposed like vivid kind of crisp volcanic rocks that are just alien to the activity that we see and erosion commonly across the earth here so smooth rock get pretty cool pretty unique spot to go hike around at but yeah really fun to kind of jump in there really interesting kind of spot to be yeah did the hike around the crooked river side up to the backside were like monkey faces I was really cool with with a couple people that hadn't been there before so we got to catch on that that area for the first time. And yeah, monkey face is such a cool phenomenon because really when you come around that corner it does. And through is the anthropomorphic I guess it's animal Yeah, anthropomorphic look like and like that's when you make an animal a person right? What is it when you make a rock an animal hmm I don't know that word, but it looks like a monkey it just looks like a monkey's face. So it's called monkey there's no way so so yeah, we hiked around that spire of monkey face and started going up the misery Ridge trail. It's just a bunch of switchbacks. It kind of gets you up in elevation to get you to the top of the Smith rock rock there and yet walked around the top here for a bit and then hiked down the backside of it yeah really cool spot to check out over on the Smith rock side there's a bunch of other camping and hiking and stuff you can kind of do there other than just the the top over loop of the trail but there's there's other shows that kind of go around the east side of the park that's got some really cool stuff and then we're just talking about hiking and taking pictures and stuff a little bit so far but really the cool thing there is all the rock climbing stuff that you do all the the sport climbing that goes on and and I think that's really cool we there's there's a there's really a lot more hikers there today than there were there were sport climbers there's there's definitely like a handful of people that were out there but I didn't see and it's probably because the conditions were I think scheduled to be pretty bad like I think it was raining a lot of the day so I don't think a lot of people probably set up their their rock climbing rigs for a day in the rain but but I've definitely seen people there and really odd times of the year like super early March middle of the winter, early April and stuff maybe there's better time of the year to to do some of the types of climbs and stuff but yeah, I was hoping to find some people do like a multi pitch climb. I remember seeing that a couple years ago on one of the surfaces where you're just thinking like Wow, those people are hundreds of feet up. That means you like to bring the rope up once and then pull it all up and then lead climate again and then like bow I just like wow, how do you do that? That's so so yeah really scary kinda interesting stuff how to do all the all the rock climbing stuff. But man I wish I wish I knew a little bit more about I got to do it kind of 10:14 what I don't know as, I guess would be like gym sport climbing for weeks not not months even. And it's fun it's fun to check out from the learning about but man like being on the rock over and Smith rock is a lot different I got to go climb over there one time years ago. And just like getting on the rock and trying to like fill out the routes and stuff is so much different than kind of going for that hole on the wall and the rock gym and stuff it's just really interesting kind of get the experience of being hot and cold. And having all your like outdoor gear on and stuff and you know, you just kind of exposed to the wind and the elements and stuff. And then you're also trying to like pull up this pull up this mountain side too at the same time. So it's kind of fun. It's it's cool getting used to data, no trying to rock climb stuff. But man Yeah, interesting during the climb and being delayed and doing all that stuff. As far as stuff goes, we did a couple a couple 360 things that was kind of cool going over to Smith rock and shooting. But trying to get into some 360 photo work where last year, we did like a lot of a lot of video clips, which is really cool. I really liked those stock video clips, we produced a lot of places and we shot a ton of photos too, which is awesome. But But now I'm also trying to get into a bunch of a bunch of pieces where we can, well, I want to try and get the I want to try and get like collections of photos. And then I'm sort of starting to learn about where you can put these in like virtual tours. So you could put maybe four or five or whatever would take you know, you kind of go to the specific spots in a location or something and then you you get the 360 photograph and then you can kind of pieces together as a tour. So you can go from one 360 to the next 360 is sort of this immersion well, so I'm trying to check that out trying to learn about if, if that'll work for me very well. But But yeah, I've tried to do some 360 photo stuff where you take the photo, then you pull it into Affinity Photo, that's another program. I'm using it on the Mac right now, I think it's available on PC as well. It's sort of a Photoshop competitor, you can buy outright, I think for maybe $79 or something like that. It's it's really not as expensive as the the Creative Cloud purchases for continuation. But the reason I guess I bring up affinity photos, it's kind of noted as one of the better tools right now to project your stitch two 360 photo as an actual actual rectilinear projection in the program. And then you can still use the editing programs in the program. So so like, I guess, like the new Final Cut Pro has an ability to project the 360 photograph while you're editing it. So you could add in new materials to it like, I don't know, like just plates of information, they'll stay up in the 360 space that you're at as you move through it. It's interesting how it is you can kind of stitch things into the fabric of the scene within Final Cut in the video, and you can heal your Nadir point. So the base view is your Nadir at the top of you as your Zenith point. So the native point and a 360 photograph is where that tripod is going to be or where you are going to be in the photographer is going to be below it sort of thing. So So that's kind of an interesting part of it, where you got to kind of go through and I guess this is what affinity is for is you open up the photo after it's stitched, you open it in affinity and then you can go down and heal out the base there where your tripod was or where the person was that was taking the picture. And then you can have this kind of full 360 photograph without kind of a block at the bottom that said it's just a couple people. So yeah, it's kind of cool. So I'm trying to open it up in affinity and do a couple color adjustments to it, which is cool, that you can go through and do do kind of like post color correction stuff to some of the photographs, you can kind of do that with the 360 video, but you also kind of can't do it with the 360 video as well. And kind of add some color correction. Like you can't have been Final Cut. But it's really not the same as photo editing, I guess, you know, obviously. But it's kind of cool. We've been having a good time trying to edit together those the 360 photos. I'm trying to go through a bunch of the photos I've taken last year as well. And put those together and hope to well no is it? What is that 361 I skip in my mind right now there's like this 360 view here. I think it's V or VR. And it's sort of like a YouTube channel for 360 videos and stuff. YouTube also takes 360s as well as much other places. But it's Yeah, it's kind of a cool little photo and video sharing site for 360 content and social network and app and all that kind of stuff. But yeah, I put some stuff up there and it's we've got two people that are specifically interested in looking at 360 images and content would go But yeah, it's mostly it's kind of fun. So yeah, 360 staff, so photo staff had the Canon equipment out there. I was trying to take some landscape photos was cool. The the weekend weather was I think I had mentioned there was kind of a forecast to rain. Really that was like some thunderstorms that were blowing across the Cascades. I think they're just a bigger weather system 15:06 overall this weekend, not to mention the Perseids, which is you get back to on another podcast that was probably this, but they got kind of clouded out for me. Shoot, 15:15 I want to see some meteor showers. So I'm not talking about the proceeds. But I guess kind of going back. 15:25 Just the campus stuff, it was cool. We were really happy that we got to go out and do the camping stuff. And sorry that we didn't get to see the Parisians. But I don't know, I guess we're camping out and stuff. So that was pretty cool. It was thunderstorms that rolled over the Cascades. And then we have these big hits. We're really fortunate that I guess the big system, which I look really active, I pulled up the weather map on on dark sky, the weather app that I have on my phone. And you can see just this big red hotspot, maybe 25 miles or 30 miles to the north east of us. And it was probably just, you know, a ton of rain, hail ton of lightning. So I'm really glad we didn't get wiped over by that. That's pretty cool. But really, yeah, it was a cool kind of textured night where there's just a lot of clouds. And like a lot of kind of thunderstorms and stuff. It's cool that the airplanes are kind of coming in real low, they had to go around around this huge thunderstorm system. So they were coming in real low, and kind of making these sort of strange routes. But just kind of fun to see that I remember seeing that a couple of times in the past when thunderstorms have come in, and airlines would have to take just these kind of big alternate routes to get around this, this thunderstorm cells. So that was kind of cool. Check it out. We were taking pictures of it as the sun was going down when there's a rainbow kind of right as the evening was coming, coming to a close of our camp. So I was refund got some cool pictures, that and that's what I love. I love that that time of day or you know, right at the end of the day, it's a certain type of lighting effect that happens when there's really like mostly clouds over the sky. But right as the evening the western sky has a gap where it's clear, and the sun is able to shine through that pocket there and you get a lot of light that bounces back between the cloud surface above you and the ground below you where you're kind of in this little pocket where it just sort of sort of reflects against itself but you get this kind of warmer, sort of diffuse town around everything kind of changes the way the shadows are, it's different than overcast, you know where you get a diffusion of the shadows, but this one you get a really crisp kind of saturated quality to the light and it's a lot better than I think the softer sort of white light that you get in the diffuser stances of overcast days. But yeah, you get a lot of cool kind of rich contrast in those landscape photos with that kind of lighting condition sort of during that golden hour time with the right kind of cloud effect and stuff really beautiful really soft kind of easy to expose for photography kind of lights up. Yeah beautiful spot to be really kind of surreal, colorful looking. location and evening and yeah, fun hanging out, watch the thunderstorms, camping out getting rained on, maybe getting one a little bit. All part of the experience of being outside being in Eastern Oregon definitely got a little sunburn sore, all the rest of it. But yeah, going out and camping and stuff. You can check out more information at Billy Newman photo comm you can go to Billy Newman photo.com Ford slash support. If you want to help me out and participate in the value for value model that we're running this podcast with. If you receive some value out of some of the stuff that I was talking about, you're welcome to help me out and send some value my way through the portal at Billy Newman photo comm forward slash support, you can also find more information there about Patreon and the way that I use it if you're interested or feel more comfortable using Patreon that's patreon.com Ford slash Billy Newman photo. 18:53 So I was looking around at different options. I really liked a lot of the Nikon stuff, but I also noticed I really liked the Nikon stuff, I'll leave it at that. I just noticed that sometimes some of the accessory equipment outside of the body that you might buy, I bet some of the lenses are expensive, or they're a little more expensive than maybe some of the commensurate lenses that might be available over in canon. And I remember back in college someone was mentioning to me that they were going to switch from Nikon over to canon because canon was a bigger company. I don't know if this is really a reason or not. It was interesting logic though, to kind of think through at the time that that canon was a larger company selling more lenses, making more cameras making more equipment. And so they had more resources, more staff, more designers, working on cameras, building cameras, and doing research and development to kind of bring that that forward. And I think even maybe now that's still perhaps true like if you if you look at some of the technologies in Nikon versus canon like we're just kind of to take a base idea of it, though I love Nikon stuff a lot but If you were to take like the D five, I think that's a 20 megapixel sensor. Whereas in if you were to look at the newer nine or barmy, canon five D Mark four that's I think like 3136 I don't know it's out there in the 30 maybe I think it's a 30 megapixel camera. And I think perhaps the five D Mark three is a 23 megapixel camera. So it was interesting, just kind of noticing a couple of those things. Now I understand that there's benefits to the lower megapixel rating for some of the low light performance that you get a high SLS. And I think that's maybe sometimes where Nikon performs well. But then there's also Sony who's producing 42 megapixel cameras and they're doing incredible things in low light, but also even better stuff with a seven s, which I think is the the version of the camera that's specifically around some of the higher end video features. And I think it's a 12 megapixel camera that does incredible stuff in low light, like almost like you know, 100,000 so you can get really amazing low light images and low light video. So it's interesting how how that that kind of sensor technology works. But all that being said, it's just interesting that for a long time, even way back in history, like to the beginning of the digital SLR, I think canon was way ahead in what they're producing, as far as their sensors go, and what they're able to produce, like megapixels, or in fidelity of an image I think they had they had a what was the first one, I think Nikon did not have a full frame digital SLR and tell the Nikon d3 came out which was a fantastic camera. And I had that one also as a use camera that about later loved the d3. But it was interesting that they Yeah, like they didn't have a full frame DSLR camera option until 2007, I think when that came out, whereas on the Canon inside, I think that the EOS one, D, the one DS is that right? I think it was the one DS was the first was the first full frame camera produced by canon. And that was way back. And I think that was still like around eight megapixels, or maybe 10 megapixels for the mark two and that they had some technology that was just far more advanced for the time of 2000 to 2003 2004. Then what canon had going on prior to when Nikon, you know what I mean? Right? So anyway, that fast forwards to, to me in fall of 2018 I'm looking around for another camera purchase because I was going to be moving I was going to be taking a job where I was I was going to be working every day doing family portrait photography, and a lot of like wedding photography stuff to where I needed to depend on the memory card system that would be in the camera where like on the Sony side, like I had mentioned before, there were some limitations to it. And one of the other limitations was that it only accepted SD cards, which are right now I'm actually kind of learning are fine, you know, you can use an SD card for just about anything, but I also liked the opportunity, or the option to have compact flash card or maybe it's a USM USM USD. That's $1 I'm not sure but the compact flash card system that that goes in, I always thought that was like a little bit more professional when you put that in. And I just wanted like more memory options. So with the I think the five D Mark three that I decided to pick up used that had the the Compact Flash slot, and it also had the SD card slot, and you had the ability to record to nadp video and you had the ability to take photographs, you had the ability to do like high frame rate burst series for photographs. And it just seemed like it seemed like it was a great workhorse camera that the five D series and I think that's what people have been talking about, even since like the five D Mark two when they announced the the HD video recording features on DSLRs. So I think that when even before that, you know it was just it was one of the top top use cameras for wedding photographers and stuff. So for me, I was trying to find something that would be like a good workhorse camera where it could always kind of count on it and the battery system and the memory card and the lens arrangement that would be available to me that I could really just be hammering away on frames, and and then be bringing those in editing them and then kind of delivering them to clients in a pretty fast manner. So I thought that would be something that would help me out. And I think I was right. I think it was a good choice though. There are fantastic options with like the ACE seven, Mark three, or the a seven, three and the a seven are three. I think both of those have kind of solved a lot of those issues that I've been talking about where they've adjusted the battery system. And they've adjusted the just some of the blackout problems that I was talking about before, but but I was happy to switch over to the cannon side of it. I think also because that reason I was talking about two words. Yeah, no blackout, and I really liked being able to use the through the lens viewfinder of the SLR as opposed to the digital SLR or just looking at it on the screen so all those reasons were kind of why I wanted to get back to the the DSLR system instead of the the interchangeable lens camera system but it was great so so back I think in September I was looking around a lot I sold the a seven are off and then I was trying to hunt around for options for me to get a well priced canon five D Mark three and then I also bought one for Marina so she had a five D Mark three body and then we could kind of share lenses for two so I wanted to get up and running and I wanted to talk about like some of the lens stuff that I was interested in too It's interesting kind of switching over to canon now just kind of seeing you know what's available and what's available in the US market which for me and for you know someone that doesn't want to spend a ton of stuff getting a pretty high level professional level set of photography equipment, it's interesting to kind of comb around through the US market and figure out good pieces to use I think almost every camera system I've ever had it's been something that I've made a purchase of off of the US marketplace in some manner you know, I haven't bought a new film camera that's for sure. So it was interesting kind of tried to figure that out a little bit and I've always had really good luck with that I hear some bad stories out there but really it seems like a lot of photographers take pretty good care of their their camera equipment in a way that at least seems really quite usable for me so what I ended up with it at some point and I save a ton of money doing it too and I don't have to deal with the heavy depreciation because like by the time I I end up wanting to sell it it really hasn't moved that much in the marketplace a lot of the time you know it only ends up being like a few $100 to purchase that camera because when you sell it again you get a lot of that money back and as opposed to well I'll get into that story a second but but like when I made a purchase of it that camera was really quite new and it had appreciated a lot and value from the new price the new sticker price from the in the store in the camera store price to what it was when I bought it used so so it was a fantastic deal to kind of pick it up and find like a good one out there. So so yeah back in was it back in September I was hunting around in Oregon trying to find a good five D Mark three body so I was trying to debate a little bit I was looking around on eBay for five D Mark threes that would be available and I was looking around on kth and those are two locations that I kind of made purchases from before when I was making a purchase online. I like eBay and I sold a bunch of stuff on eBay I sold my a seminar on eBay, I sold my d3 when I that made a purchase the d3 I think from K h and I sold that d3 on eBay and I made my money back it was great, it worked pretty well. But when I was looking around I didn't really find the price point that I wanted for the five D Mark three line I think those are all running around 18 or 1900 bucks for the five D Mark three bodies are being sold but I'm sure I don't know it seemed like the market was a little lower than that at the time. And then when I looked on kth it was sort of the same story were ones that were in bargain condition you know where they'd been pretty beaten up or probably had been the you know, someone's wedding photography camera where it would really hammered out 100,000 or 200,000 frames already had a few seasons of weddings over the last couple of years and the person was trying to offload that gear and then you know upgrade to their their five D Mark for their one dx or something like that. So I kind of wanted to stay away from those in a way I'm sure they would have been functioning cameras and the way that they had been reported but there's really no way to like get an observation of the camera and its function in your hand while you have it to see that it's really like as clean or as in good condition as you'd want it to be for something that you're going to spend 18 $100 for when I was buying used cameras it was sub $1,000 purchases so it was like well you know, it's got a couple scuffs on it or something like that, but but really they were always quite nice in in their physical condition. So what I ended up deciding to do was instead of making a purchase on eBay or on kth what I decided to do was try and check out the the local marketplaces so I went on Craigslist to look at the classified listings that were there in the photo and video equipment for sale listing in my area. And I kind of scoured across Oregon to find you know a couple good pieces so I was trying to look in the Portland area. I was looking over in the bend area I was looking in the Eugene area and I was also looking up into like the Seattle and Tacoma area as well because I thought well you know if I need to then I'll drive up a little ways and I might save hundreds of dollars trying to make a purchase for a nice camera system. So I thought that might be a good idea. And then in addition to craigslist I was also getting into the Facebook marketplace where I was selling a ton of mag. My stuff from a house when I was trying to set up this move over here to Maui. So I was looking around at that I was saying well maybe I can check out and see if there's camera equipment that are also listed there too. And that actually worked out really well. I was pretty impressed with it. So for the camera bodies I found two canon five D Mark three bodies one of them I found over I'm banned for $1,000 flat which is incredible deal i think i think i got that brand on that one. It it had been used I think for for just like a single project that that someone had I think they don't need to have a business or they're paid to do it. So they made a purchase of a five D Mark three and then they shot like a series of web instruction like instructional videos for YouTube for a company that had purchased it and then they hadn't used that equipment in a while since then. So they were going to sell that camera off and get some of their money back. So I got the camera for $1,000 even which was fantastic. It really barely even had like rub marks on it on the base of it. You know like when you look at the camera body physically, the rubber was in fantastic shape. And the baseplate like where the tripod would go I think was the only area where there's a little bit of a scuff but it was fantastic. It was really cool that that it worked out so well for me so I made a purchase of that camera for 1000. Then I was looking around and I found another one up in the Portland area that a real estate agent had bought to take photographs of their property and then I think they'd found out that they didn't really want to five D Mark three but they wanted a Sony camera. And so they made a purchase of a Sony camera just a few months after that. And then to make up the cost of that purchase they wanted to sell off the Canon five D Mark three that they had and so I saw and I got the box too which is interesting I got the box for the five D Mark three had the receipt from the camera store that they bought it for it was you know 20 $600 when they bought it maybe 12 months ago or 11 months ago and I looked at the shutter count of it. There's maybe 1900 pictures have been taken on the camera body when I made a purchase of it so it was really almost like a brand new camera. I think I was put 1000 frames on it a day at the job that I had so 32:15 yeah it was I I've already broken it in quite a bit more than it had been when I made a purchase of it so it was really cool getting such a new camera for such a low price so saving a few $1,000 trying to put it put the these this package of equipment together was excellent and I was really happy to do that. And that was one thing I noticed about the the Canon US market is there's just and this is sort of back to that thing it's a bigger company and they're selling more cameras out there so it was cool that there's just so much used gear out in the market where as opposed to you know if I was looking for a D 100 on the Nikon side or or a D four or something like that it would be pretty hard to find those bodies I guess in that condition or you know in that way and then for that price it seemed like and same same goes for like a Canon one dx that I was trying to find that on the US market those are really held by professionals or sports photographers and those bodies were really be and still very expensive when I was looking around for them. But it seemed like there's so many people that were interested in doing wedding photography or doing photography as a hobby that they would kind of lean into the higher price range and pick up a five D Mark three and then find out why maybe I don't want it or maybe I want to switch over to a five D Mark for now. And so they were ditching those and offloading those for way lower prices. So it was excellent time to kind of come in pick those cameras up and and kind of start getting set up but the other thing I noticed is that Okay, so now we have the five D bodies. Now we're going to need lenses to work on these so what I was looking for was the the USM as well what was it the 24 to 70 f two a lenses that were for like the professional full frame cameras and I was fortunate to find those again on the Facebook marketplace I think I found one in the Eugene area and I got a USM 124 to 70 which was a great price and then I also found a USM 224 to 70 that had been used more I definitely could tell that it had been used more this even though was a newer version lens that it definitely had I think some more wear on it and that's that's probably the lens that though still works great still has great optical clarity but it's probably the one that seems the most tired when I'm using it sometimes so it's interesting sometimes but but I'm sure I probably put a ton of work on it to just kind of racking it back and forth trying to get all these different photographs I was trying to shoot so i don't know i lenses don't last forever and they're mechanical pieces. But but these are really well built you know these, these professional hourglass systems are really sturdy and well built and I was really impressed with how they were working. So I had a great time using it and I didn't really I seem to run into any problems while I was trying to produce produce photographs with it but I found yeah I found one of them one of the lenses in the Eugene area and then I found another one up in Portland so I drove up to pick that lens up and then add you know add to five D Mark threes and 224 to 70 f two eight lenses to throw on there to do a bunch of the family portrait stuff and a bunch of the you know kind of lifestyle images that I was trying to do so it was a great starting setup for me to kind of get and then move out from and so I had been working with that for a couple months and I've been trying to kind of expand from that since then and so the stuff that I'm looking for now well so I started looking into like some things for like real estate photography and one of the things that's always required for that stuff is is like a really wide angle lens. So when I was looking around with the company that I was working with they were looking for images between 17 millimeters full frame and 20 millimeters on a full frame camera and so I went ahead and I purchased the the 17 to 40 millimeter f four lens it was actually really quite inexpensive i mean you know, again coming from like the Nikon so when I thought like wow that's gonna be more than $1,000 to pick up to pick up a lens for it was really low price I think it was about $520 to buy a new 17 to 40 millimeter 36:30 lens that was like that Yeah, the f4 that I was talking about. So I picked that one up to do some of the real estate photography and that amortize pretty quickly to get into it to use that for real estate jobs. It kind of paid for itself just in a couple jobs along without the cameras themselves and the 24 to 70 sort of paid for themselves by hammering out a bunch of family portrait sessions with them. So both of those things kind of worked out pretty well but in addition to that what I'm looking for is like the 50 millimeter f one four lens I was looking at that too and I'm looking at those new because and this is sort of i'm saying is it's just it seems like Canon lens prices are sort of dropping down a bit maybe there's newer lenses and I know there's you know the there's way higher end lenses but the 50 millimeter f one for kind of lower end lens perhaps is I think 299 which is really super cheap i think that's that's what I paid for a 35 millimeter dx lens on my on my old camera system, you know, on the Nikon stuff so so I was I think what was it like that the 28 millimeter f two lens I had for my Sony camera that was like 450 bucks when I bought it used right so it was awesome to find to find like that 50 millimeter f1 for for 299 and then in addition to that, for other portrait stuff, if I wanted to do it, I could pick up an 85 millimeter f1 eight for 299 also and I was like wow these are way more reasonable price ranges then then what I thought so it just really for for not that much, you could probably put together a full range of prime lenses that I'd want to use and I could put together a full range of zoom lenses that I wanted to use that were all kind of higher end glass that that would be great for you know, professional stuff, or the lifestyle stuff or the you know, whatever kind of photography stuff I wanted to expand into. And then on top of that I 38:25 was looking at the though I would love an FTA I was looking at the zoom lenses and one thing I've kind of learned from this job that I was working with is is really when you're working with compression and like when you're working like with with zoom and you're using the compression of the lens past you know 70 millimeters like into the 80 millimeter or 100 millimeter out to 200 f two A is a is a real soft and a lot of times if especially if you're taking pictures of a couple people together and you're not trying to just rack right into to focus in on an eye and even when you're taking a picture a portrait of someone you really have to kind of crank it up to f4 f5 to get a depth of field that's thick enough to get their their nose, their eyes in their ear in focus and the way that you'd need to and it seems like well you know, like love super shallow depth of field but it seems like you want to get the person in focus so you got to get a few parts of them and focus. Remember taking self portraits you know like I hold the camera out in front of me with the with the Canon 50 millimeter one eight. I tried to take a picture of Marina and I somewhere and I remember Marina would be just just on the plane in front of me, you know, because we're trying to stand right next to each other and maybe I would be in focus. But then Marina just one or two inches in front of my nose would be completely out of focus. It would look just like a super blurry kind of washed area because the depth of field was so shallow. That's where I was trying to, you know, kind of finally learning like oh yeah, okay, so maybe f1 eight isn't absolutely what you have to have for every photograph that you take or f1 for or whatever might be, so I was gonna find in that part out where Okay, well I'm gonna have to rack this out to like f5 or f8 anyway to get a sharp photograph of the thing that I'm trying to get an image of. So I have kind of rounded out that I'm going to be fine for a lot of the landscape photography that I'm interested in doing, I'm going to be fine kind of jumping into lenses that are around that f4 line. So I was looking at the the USM 72 200 f4 lens that they have. And so I think it's, I think that the two eight, the f2 eight lens that's 70 to 200 is like around 1500 bucks, but the f4 is about 600 bucks, I think it's like 599 to pick up a 70 to 200 USM lens now it doesn't have the image stabilization on Nikon, I call it vibration reduction is that right? But it doesn't have the image stabilization and I think it is probably lacking some of the some other additional features because I know there's two versions after that, that escalate in price quite a bit. But if you're looking for that older one, it's still available on Amazon for 599, which is a great price. If you want to get a 70 to 200 I think that was really cool and there's a lot of things you could do with it. Again, like I was saying with the compression, if you're going out to 225 millimetres and you're shooting it f4 that's going to give you a really nice bokeh in the background. And you're going to get the person in focus if you need to, if you're shooting a portrait and if you're shooting some kind of landscape or wildlife scene, you're going to be able to do a lot with that too. You're just gonna have a lot of flexibility in what you're able to do I love fast lenses I'd really like to always push for you to wait or have 1.2 or something like that but but I'm loving the fact that there's an opportunity for me to get a whole range of focal lengths as I'm trying to transition over into new gear for a much much lower price than what I was expecting so I think that's pretty cool I've been pretty happy with this transition over into canon equipment so far and it's been it's been interesting you know the the thing that I'm thanks a lot for checking out this episode of The Billy Newman photo podcast. Hope you guys check out some stuff on Billy Newman photo.com few new things up there some stuff on the homepage, some good links to other other outbound sources, some links to books and links to some podcasts like this a blog posts are pretty cool. Yeah, check it out at Billy numina photo.com. Thanks a lot for listening to this episode and the back end. Thank you Next
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We are back and have a special guest in the HOUSE! Sam Zeidan finally appears in the studio along with my bro Daniel, and we talk all things sports including baseball, basketball, and football. We also get into how we all met and and why we are still friends today! Since he is from New York I compare the facts and records of each state head to head! Tune in to see who came out on top! Enjoy and don't forget to be a friend and tell a friend!
Update on our week: Join us today and listen to the self proclaimed "wrestling expert" Andy as he gives us highlights of WrestleMania. It didn't catch his interest to watch it this year, did you all tune in? Scott Hall son released a picture of the Scott Halls grave with the Kliq. Noel gives us his thoughts on Netflix's Don't Look Up movie. It has a lot of similarities to Idiocracy movie. One Piece anime on hiatus after the parent company is hacked. This is becoming a growing trend. Daniel re-watches original Dexter seasons in preparation for Dexter New Blood. New Blood is different from original series in a good way. Daniel is wondering how his new glasses are going over. Article for the week: Will Smith slap Chris Rock at Oscars show https://nypost.com/2022/03/29/most-americans-blame-chris-rock-over-viral-will-smith-slap/ https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/poll-will-smith-slap-chris-rock-oscars-yougov-233247453.html Warning: May have Strong Language and Content. ========== Thank you to everyone who enjoys what we do. If you like what we do, please spread the word of our show. Email questions or suggestions to email@example.com ========== See FACEBOOK page https://www.facebook.com/freeformnetwork Follow us on TWITTER https://twitter.com/FFRpodcast ========== Free Form Network and all our podcast are available on many platforms including STITCHER, ANDROID, IPHONE, IPAD, IPOD TOUCH and PODBEAN IPHONE, IPAD & IPOD TOUCH http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/free-form-network/id995998853 SPREAKER http://www.spreaker.com/show/free-form-network STITCHER http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/free-form-network OVERCAST https://overcast.fm/itunes995998853/free-form-network SPOTIFY https://open.spotify.com/show/0QKRhkXDmQ9cxItaiu49Vy GOOGLE MUSIC https://play.google.com/music/listen?authuser&u=0#/ps/Iefi4cm2cahq6dg6upjs2exf52e IHEART RADIO http://www.iheart.com/show/53-Free-Form-Network/ TUNE IN RADIO http://tunein.com/radio/Free-Form-Network-p784190/ PLAYER FM https://player.fm/series/free-form-network TUMBLR https://freeformnetworkpodcast.tumblr.com/ WORDPRESS https://freeformnetwork.wordpress.com/ YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj0LNZRJHyW7sQwM5ZdOCQg DEEZER https://www.deezer.com/show/1215892 PODCHASER https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/free-form-network-1193319 PODCAST ADDICT https://podplayer.net/?podId=2920676 PODBEAN DESKTOP http://freeformnetwork.podbean.com/ PODBEAN MOBILE http://freeformnetwork.podbean.com/mobile ========== Free Form Radio - Episode 168 - 04/24/2022 Hosted by Daniel, Andy and Noel ========== FREE FORM NETWORK
Whether you're a tall blonde queen or a short and pissy brunette, this episode of Tights and Fights is for you!AEW and New Japan Pro Wrestling have at last confirmed their upcoming joint show “Forbidden Door.” There's still a lot of questions about what the card will look like, but we know that there won't be any women's crossover matches. How excited are we despite that?Plus, there were some fun surprises across all the shows: Cody Rhodes is really over as a face in WWE! Naomi and Sasha Banks have gotten a lot of chances to show off the women's tag titles! And Britt Baker got the major ovation that we've come to expect from her in Brittsburgh.The Main EventIt's time for another edition of our segment "My Special Wrestler" where we invite you to share your personal stories about why a wrestler means so much to you. This time we've got an email from listener Maggie Rose who tells us about why she loves Charlotte Flair.If you want to share a story about your special wrestler email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Three CountDanielle put over good guy Roman Reigns.Lindsey put over KENTA vs. CM Punk(?).Julian put over Najee Harris on Dynamite and Hook vs. Danhausen getting the treatment that it deserves.Hosted by Danielle Radford and Lindsey Kelk.Produced by Julian Burrell for Maximum Fun.The music for our new promo is provided by Incompetech.comIf you want to talk about more wrestling throughout the week be sure to join us on Facebook and @TightsFights on Twitter and Instagram. PLUS! Check out our Tights and Fights Discord!If you liked the show, please share it with your friends and be sure to leave us a quick review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get podcasts.Plus our T-Shirt is available now!
Nick and Chris Dunn welcome WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett to the show. Jeff talks about Road Dogg, Triple H, Scott Hall and the Owen Hart Cup. He also discusses the importance of a good working punch, non-gimmicked guitars and some of his favorite memories of the pre Spike TNA Era. Please join the UWPod in supporting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) by making a donation to Christopher's Visionaries of the Year Fundraiser campaign at the following link: https://pages.lls.org/voy/calso/los22/cdunnd Subscribe to get notified! #JeffJarrett #WWE #WrestleMania #Road Dogg #ScottHall #TripleH #Podcast #WrestlingPodcast #Interview #ImpactWrestling #TNA #WWERaw #WWESmackdown #WWENXT #WrestleMania38 #WWEHOF #WWENXT #WrestlingCommunity #AEW #AEWRampage #AEWDynamite #OwenHartCup
Hey yo! This week on TDT, J-Man and the Thunderous Wizard get together to discuss the greatness of the late great Scott Hall. The wrestling world has mourned his death the last month and a half and it was time we dedicated a TDT's Classics Series in his honor. We discuss Razor Ramon vs Shawn Michaels in a ladder match for the Intercontinental Championship at Wrestlemania 10, the War Games match at Fall Brawl '96 between the NWO and Team WCW and Sting vs Scott Hall at Uncensored 1998 for the WCW championship. Thanks for all the great memories Scott, pro-wrestling won't be the same without you. One more, for the good guy.
On the newest trip "Through the Looking Glass", Scott Criscuolo & Dave Hall honor the late Scott Hall by changing history and creating times where Hall (either as himself or Razor Ramon) can become a World Champion. Would he win the 1995 Royal Rumble and go to Wrestlemania? How about 1998 WCW? Sit back and enjoy the ride as we honor "The Bad Guy" with a trip Through the Looking Glass! Twitter: @PTBNWrestling
In this 20th episode of New Gen on a Mission, Justin Pratt (JP) and Tim Slomka continue working through the New Gen Era as they review the first ever King of the Ring PPV. Along the way they discuss an Arby's Beefy Match, JP stealing all the Bret Hart matches, Tim changing opinions on Jerry Lawler, a farewell to Hulk Hogan and memories of Scott Hall.
WCW Nitro is once again unopposed and to celebrate Season 3 of WCW's flagship show, the company present a special 3 hour episode. Hollywood Hogan is in the building and he addresses Sting & JJ Dillon, Lex Luger and DDP try to put their differences aside to take on Scott Hall and Randy Savage, and Alex Wright meets another dancing WCW superstar that sends mixed messages to Das Wunderkind.
RUNNING TIME: 1 Hour 55 Minutes Hosted by Don Tony Topics Discussed: Injury update and continued thoughts for Shinjiro Otani Covid protocol leads to WWE shuffling several matches on Raw WWE Raw results 4/11/22 Cody Rhodes vs Seth Rollins II and several other matches set for WrestleMania Backlash Although ready to return, Asuka should not face Bianca Belair until after Backlash Lie Detector Test and Double Wedding segments set for 4/18/22 Raw WWE now calling Austin Theory just 'Theory' Chris Jericho comments on Cody Rhodes returning to WWE Congratulations to Newlyweds: Alexa Bliss and Ryan Cabrera, Carmella and Corey Graves! Scott Hall laid to rest and a photo of his pals at the burial site triggers weird response by IWC WWE touts WrestleMania 38 outperforming Super Bowl LVI in several key social media metrics Ratings: WWE SmackDown / AEW Rampage 4/8/22, and Impact Wrestling 4/7/22 WWE WrestleMania Backlash 2022 Updated Lineup NXT 2.0 preview 4/12/22: New NXT Tag Team Champions To Be Crowned AEW Dynamite preview 4/13/22 Reminder: Podcast Forbidden Door: Don Tony vs Joe Cronin this Thursday 4/14/22 CLICK HERE to listen to BREAKFAST SOUP RAW 04/11/2022 online. RIGHT CLICK AND SAVE to download the AUDIO episode of BREAKFAST SOUP RAW 04/11/2022 CLICK HERE to access previous episodes for all shows WWE Raw Results (04/11/2022): Veer Mahaan def Dominik Mysterio Damian Priest vs AJ Styles went to a no contest Cody Rhodes def The Miz Naomi def Liv Morgan Bianca Belair (c) def Queen Zelina (Non-Title Match) RKBro (c) def Alpha Academy (Non-Title Match) Usos (c) def Street Profits (Non-Title Match) Drew McIntyre, Kofi Kingston, & Xavier Woods def Roman Reigns & The Usos (Dark Match) WWE Main Event Results (04/11/2022): Tommaso Ciampa def T-Bar Apollo Crews & Commander Azeez def Cedric Alexander & Shelton Benjamin UPCOMING SHOW SCHEDULE): Your next episode of 'Breakfast Soup VIPatreon" will air LIVE Tuesday at 10:05PM EST on Patreon Discord Channel Your next episode of the 'Wednesday Night Don-O-Mite' will air LIVE Wednesday at 10:05PM on YouTube Your next episode of 'Q&A With Don Tony' will air LIVE Thursday at 9:05PM EST on YouTube Your next episode of 'The Don Tony Show' will air LIVE Saturday at 8:05PM EST on YouTube Your next episode of 'The Sit-Down With Don Tony' will air LIVE Sunday at 8:05PM EST on YouTube Your next episode of 'Breakfast Soup RAW' will air LIVE Monday at 11:05PM on YouTube ==== CHECK OUT THE DON TONY SHOW ON THESE PLATFORMS: CLICK HERE FOR PANDORA CLICK HERE FOR STITCHER CLICK HERE FOR ITUNES CLICK HERE FOR PODBEAN CLICK HERE FOR IHEARTRADIO CLICK HERE FOR APPLE & ANDROID APPS ==== SOCIAL MEDIA / WEBSITE / CONTACT INFO: Twitter: https://twitter.com/dontonyd DT Shirts & Merchandise: http://www.DonTonyShirts.com Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/dontony Facebook: https://facebook.com/dontonyshow Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/dontonyshow YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/dontony Website: http://www.dontony.com Business Contact: email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Running Time: 1 Hour 56 Minutes Hosted by Don Tony and brought to you by Blue Wire (www.bluewirepods.com) Topics Discussed: Sending well wishes to Shinjiro Otani, who was seriously injured during a match in Japan Cody Rhodes vs Roman Reigns should not happen until SummerSlam or Survivor Series When Roman Reigns is dethroned, don't be surprised if he loses to TWO new Champions Backstage politics and competition exists within WWE, AEW and every other promotion Thoughts on XPW Killafornia and if XPW could have a profitable show in NY/PA 2022? DT answers Tony Khan questioning how WWE could release Swerve Strickland and Keith Lee Wheeler Yuta can bleed. But can he draw money? Expect more WWE releases to occur in 2022 and some surprising names included Would memorable classic wrestling matches have been hurt if social media existed at that time? Predicting how AEW fans would react when home-grown stars ultimately sign with WWE Looking back at Dixie Carter's internal reaction when certain TNA stars left for WWE Doubling down why Unifying any other WWE Championships will kill opportunities for others With MSK stripped of the Titles, who will be the next NXT Tag Team Championships When and how should The Rock and Roman Reigns set up the storyline for WrestleMania 39? Ever question how many of One Million fans watching AEW Dynamite also watch WWE programming? Remembering pro wrestling hotlines including Strictly ECW, Dominick Valenti and Captain Lenny! Scott Hall is laid to rest & IWC has a problem with a photo of his friends & family at the gravesite ==== CLICK HERE to listen to THE SIT-DOWN WITH DON TONY (EP17) 4/10/2022 online. RIGHT CLICK AND SAVE to download the AUDIO episode of THE SIT-DOWN WITH DON TONY (EP17) 4/10/2022 CLICK HERE to access previous episodes for all the shows ==== UPCOMING SHOW SCHEDULE): Your next episode of 'Breakfast Soup RAW' will air LIVE Monday at 11:05PM on YouTube Your next episode of 'Breakfast Soup VIPatreon" will air LIVE Tuesday at 10:05PM EST on Patreon Discord Channel Your next episode of the 'Wednesday Night Don-O-Mite' will air LIVE Wednesday at 10:05PM on YouTube Your next episode of 'Q&A With Don Tony' will air LIVE Thursday at 9:05PM EST on YouTube Your next episode of 'The Don Tony Show' will air LIVE Saturday at 8:05PM EST on YouTube Your next episode of 'The Sit-Down With Don Tony' will air LIVE Sunday at 8:05PM EST on YouTube ==== CHECK OUT THE DON TONY SHOW ON THESE PLATFORMS: CLICK HERE FOR PANDORA CLICK HERE FOR STITCHER CLICK HERE FOR ITUNES CLICK HERE FOR PODBEAN CLICK HERE FOR IHEARTRADIO CLICK HERE FOR APPLE & ANDROID APPS CLICK HERE FOR DON TONY MERCHANDISE! ==== SOCIAL MEDIA / WEBSITE / CONTACT INFO: Twitter: https://twitter.com/dontonyd Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/dontony Facebook: https://facebook.com/dontonyshow Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/dontonyshow YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/dontony Website: http://www.dontony.com Business Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Can you feel it? It's the final hours before WrestleMania weekend and we're ready to celebrate on a brand new episode of Tights and Fights!Even as we get closer to the biggest show of the year, matches continue to be added. What looks like it could make for a fun encounter? And most importantly: What food preparations have been made within our households?While WWE has the spotlight for now, AEW is laying to groundwork for their interactions with the Ring of Honor roster and the early days of the Owen Hart Cup. Grab a seat at the table, we're eatin' good this week!The Main Event:Triple H has officially retired from in-ring action after an extended battle with viral pneumonia that nearly killed him. That closes the book on a storied career that includes some of the most elaborate wrestlemania matches and entrances in history.The Three CountDanielle put over Naomi to Becky on twitter.Lindsey put over Seth Rollins' many potential opponentsJulian put over the upcoming game WrestleQuestHosted by Danielle Radford and Lindsey Kelk.Produced by Julian Burrell for Maximum Fun.The music for our new promo is provided by Incompetech.comIf you want to talk about more wrestling throughout the week be sure to join us on Facebook and @TightsFights on Twitter and Instagram. PLUS! Check out our Tights and Fights Discord!If you liked the show, please share it with your friends and be sure to leave us a quick review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get podcasts.Plus our T-Shirt is available now!
On this episode of 83 Weeks, Eric and Conrad look back at the career of multi-time World Champion, Sid! Topics include Sid's return to WCW in 1993, the Beach Blast mini-movie, his eventual push to champion, the stabbing incident with him and Arn, his firing, his return in 1999, his career-ending injury, and much more! Plus, Conrad and Eric reflect on the recent passing of the late, great Scott Hall. SUPER SHOW LIVE *DALLAS* - WWE Hall of Famers Jeff Jarrett and Eric Bischoff joined by host Conrad Thompson and special guest JEFF HARDY and WILLIAM REGAL are heading to Dallas WrestleMania weekend for a SUPER SHOW like no other! Join the guys at the legendary Gilley's for a surprised packed LIVE show that will make you laugh and keep you on the edge of your seats. Get your tickets now at SUPERSHOWLIVE.com before they're all gone! GEICO - Do you own or rent your home? Sure you do! And it's hard work. But you know what's easy? Bundling with GEICO. Go to GEICO.com, get a quote, and see how much YOU could save. It's GEICO-easy! ROCK AUTO - Rock Auto is a family business, serving auto parts customers online for 20 years. Go to RockAuto.com to shop for auto and body parts from hundreds of manufacturers. Type 83WEEKS in their “How did you hear about us?” box so they know we sent you. BLUECHEW - Bluechew gives you confidence in bed every time. Visit BlueChew.com and get your first order free when use promo code 83WEEKS. Just pay $5 shipping! SHEETZ - Energy drink or Milkshake? Imagine getting your favorite energy-bursting G fuel flavors whipped, iced, and milkshak-ified! Go to www.SHEETZ.com and grab a Focus Freak Milkshake for 3.99 or less! Use offer code ENERGIZE to save $1 when you order on the SHEETZ app! WWE 2K22 - Experience the new WWE 2K22 like never before with striking graphics, massive roster and new gameplay. Go to store.2K.com and grab your copy today! WWE 2K22...It Hits Different! CHILISLEEP - ChiliSleep makes customizable, climate-controlled sleep solutions that help you improve your entire wellbeing. Head over to chilisleep.com/83WEEKS to learn more and check out a special offer for a limited time! FEALS - Feals is a better way to feel better. Our premium CBD will keep your head clear and help you feel your best. CBD has been proven to greatly reduce anxiety, pain, and sleeplessness. Shipped direct to your doorstep in only a few days, Feals is the new natural, healthy, better way to feel better. Become a member today by going to Feals.com/83WEEKS and you'll get 50% off your first order with free shipping. FUZZY - Fuzzy is offering our listeners a FREE 7-Day Trial plus $20 off your first purchase of vet-recommended pet meds, supplements, treatments and more. Go to YourFuzzy.com and use promo code 83WEEKS to get started." STEVEN SINGER - Finding that person you want to spend the rest of your life with is great, but hate all the pressure of what's next. Skip all the hassle and head directly to the experts at IHateStevenSinger.com GOLIATH LIFE - GoliathLife.com streamlines the life insurance purchase process by allowing you to get quotes from more than twenty carriers all at the same time and at the same place: GoliathLife.com. SAVE WITH CONRAD - If you have credit card debt or in a 30 year loan? Well, we can help you get out of that pinch and save money at the same time! Head over to SaveWithConrad.com for a quick quote.
On this episode of Something To Wrestle, Bruce and Conrad go back 20 years to revisit WrestleMania X8, which took on March 17, 2002 at the Skydome in Toronto! In it, we'd see the famous "Icon vs. Icon" match between "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan vs. The Rock! And boy, what a spectacle that was. Other topics include Scott Hall vs. Steve Austin, rumors of Sting, APA at Tim White's Friendly Tap, Jericho vs. Triple H, and much more! WWE 2K22 - Experience the new WWE 2K22 like never before with striking graphics, massive roster and new gameplay. Go to store.2K.com and grab your copy today! WWE 2K22...It Hits Different! CHILISLEEP - ChiliSleep makes customizable, climate-controlled sleep solutions that help you improve your entire wellbeing. Head over to chilisleep.com/WRESTLE to learn more and check out a special offer for a limited time! BLUECHEW - Bluechew gives you confidence in bed every time. Visit BlueChew.com and get your first order free when use promo code WRESTLE. Just pay $5 shipping! GOLIATH LIFE - GoliathLife.com streamlines the life insurance purchase process by allowing you to get quotes from more than twenty carriers all at the same time and at the same place: GoliathLife.com. CODE ACADEMY - Get 15% off your Codecademy Pro membership when you go to Codecademy.com and use promo code WRESTLE. SHEETZ -Energy drink or Milkshake? Imagine getting your favorite energy-bursting G fuel flavors whipped, iced, and milkshak-ified! Go to www.SHEETZ.com and grab a Focus Freak Milkshake for 3.99 or less! Use offer code ENERGIZE to save $1 when you order on the SHEETZ app! ROCK AUTO - Rock Auto is a family business, serving auto parts customers online for 20 years. Go to RockAuto.com to shop for auto and body parts from hundreds of manufacturers. Type WRESTLE in their “How did you hear about us?” box so they know we sent you. INDEED - Get started RIGHT NOW with a FREE $75 SPONSORED JOB CREDIT to upgrade your job post at INDEED.com/WRESTLE. Offer valid through JUNE 30TH. Terms and conditons apply SHOPIFY - Shopify gives small business owners the ability to level up their business by making sales fast and easy! Go too Shopify.com/wrestle for a free 14 day trial today! FUZZY - Fuzzy is offering our listeners a FREE 7-Day Trial plus $20 off your first purchase of vet-recommended pet meds, supplements, treatments and more. Go to YourFuzzy.com and use promo code WRESTLE to get started." AURA - Aura provides digital security protection to keep your online finances, personal information, and tech safe from online threats. It's all-in-one protection from identity theft, financial fraud, malware, scam sites, and so much more. For a limited time, Aura is offering our listeners up to 40% off plans when you visit AURA.com/WRESTLE. SAVE WITH CONRAD - If you have credit card debt or in a 30 year loan? Well, we can help you get out of that pinch and save money at the same time! Head over to SaveWithConrad.com for a quick quote.
Twelve years ago, great stars like Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian, Amazing Red, the Young Bucks, the Motor City Machine Guns, Mangus (AKA Nick Aldis), Scott Hall, Syxx-Pac, Kevin Nash, Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan, AJ Style, Kurt Angle, Abyss and many more all got together for a special edition of TNA's Destination X. We will look back on that program and see just how things have changed since 2010; both for the good and the bad. Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUS content: patreon.com/WHWMonday Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/WHWMonday Check out all the new cool merchandise at BoxOfGimmicks.com Buy a shirt at LoisRules.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/whw Save thousands at Savewithconrad.com
And we're off to the races on this episode with some quick discussion of the recent passing of Razor Ramon, aka Scott Hall. O'Neill mentions a street performer he saw in his area. Danish discusses a run-in he had with the police. Sound man Aaron says he had a recent run-in with the law as well! After that, it's on to much needed P-22 news!!!! There's been a sighting. Speaking of animals, Danish tells a tale of some idiotic behavior he witness at the LA Zoo. It's on to a bit of MMA news with a few stories about UFC fighter, Kevin Holland. In one, he's a vigilante, and in the other, he has a little beef with Nick Diaz. O'Neill mentions a "celebrity" he interacted with at the Comedy Store. She had a big shoot the day after he saw her. Hope it went well! After that, we talk about the Savannah Bananas' big opening day celebration! They really know how to play baseball with style. Then, as we're about to wrap up the show, there's an end of the show Aaron bombshell! Once again, Aaron surprises us with something from his past. What an international man of mystery. Freeze Pipe makes everything from pipes to dab rigs, so check out their entire lineup at the freeze pipe dot com! And, use code DANDO for 10% off your first order. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we pay homage to Scott Hall by listing his best moments of all-time and how important he was to the world of wrestling. While we recap the news, we also share a snippet from our interview with The Acclaimed and get in the Indy Corner with Little Mean Kathleen. And she's MEAN. Find your way around below. Intro: 1:35 The News: 4:30 New Merch: 11:27 The Acclaimed Snippet: 15:44 The List - Razor Ramon: 21:52 Indy Corner: 27:27 #AskRasslin: 45:53 Support our sponsor: Headspace However you're feeling, try Headspace at Headspace.com/walker and get one month FREE of their entire mindfulness library. Make sure you are following us everywhere. Twitter: https://twitter.com/rasslin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rasslin/ YouTube: https://barstool.link/3lS8Tey
On this episode of Grilling JR, we go back 26 years to revisit WrestleMania XII, which took place on March 31,1996 at the Anaheim Pond Arena in Anaheim, CA! In it, we'd see "The Boyhood Dream Come True" as Shawn Michaels defeated Bret Hart to win his first WWF Championship in a 60-minute Iron Man Match. Other topics include Scott Hall and Kevin Nash giving their notice, the Billionaire Ted segments, Roddy Piper's return and the Hollywood Backlot Brawl, Ultimate Warrior‘s squash of Hunter Hearst Helmsley, and much more! SHEETZ - Energy drink or Milkshake? Imagine getting your favorite energy-bursting G fuel flavors whipped, iced, and milkshak-ified! Go to www.SHEETZ.com and grab a Focus Freak Milkshake for 3.99 or less! Use offer code ENERGIZE to save $1 when you order on the SHEETZ app! WWE 2K22 - Experience the new WWE 2K22 like never before with striking graphics, massive roster and new gameplay. Go to store.2K.com and grab your copy today! WWE 2K22...It Hits Different! ROCK AUTO - Rock Auto is a family business, serving auto parts customers online for 20 years. Go to RockAuto.com to shop for auto and body parts from hundreds of manufacturers. Type GRILLINGJR in their “How did you hear about us?” box so they know we sent you. FEALS - Feals is a better way to feel better. Our premium CBD will keep your head clear and help you feel your best. CBD has been proven to greatly reduce anxiety, pain, and sleeplessness. Shipped direct to your doorstep in only a few days, Feals is the new natural, healthy, better way to feel better. Become a member today by going to Feals.com/JR and you'll get 50% off your first order with free shipping. CHILISLEEP - ChiliSleep makes customizable, climate-controlled sleep solutions that help you improve your entire wellbeing. Head over to chilisleep.com/JR to learn more and check out a special offer for a limited time! BLUECHEW - Bluechew gives you confidence in bed every time. Visit BlueChew.com and get your first order free when use promo code JR. Just pay $5 shipping! COMETEER - Cometeer brings you the best coffee on the planet. And we've got a special deal for you: Save $20 off your first order when you sign up at: cometeer.com/JR SAVE WITH CONRAD - If you have credit card debt or in a 30 year loan? Well, we can help you get out of that pinch and save money at the same time! Head over to SaveWithConrad.com for a quick quote. GOLIATH LIFE - GoliathLife.com streamlines the life insurance purchase process by allowing you to get quotes from more than twenty carriers all at the same time and at the same place: GoliathLife.com.
This week on the Drive Thru, Jim answers YOUR questions about Scott Hall, Big E, The Briscoes, Orange Cassidy, Sharmell & much more!! Plus Jim reviews Smackdown! Send in your question for the Drive-Thru to: CornyDriveThru@gmail.com Follow Jim and Brian on Twitter: @TheJimCornette @GreatBrianLast Join Jim Cornette's College Of Wrestling Knowledge on Patreon to access the archives & more! https://www.patreon.com/Cornette Subscribe to the Official Jim Cornette channel on YouTube! http://www.youtube.com/c/OfficialJimCornette Visit Jim's official site at www.JimCornette.com for merch, live dates, commentaries and more! You can listen to Brian on the 6:05 Superpodcast at 605pod.com or wherever you find your favorite podcasts! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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