Draven’s Drive-In: The History Of Pro Wrestling (Ep. 2)
Check out episode two of Draven’s Drive-In on the history of pro wrestling.
This is the second episode of a new podcast on the Fight Game Podcast network. Brandon Draven, of Kayfabulous Lucha Bros fame, is continuing his coverage of the history of pro wrestling.
Before he gets there, he gives props to Cody Rhodes and the Young Bucks for selling out their All-In show in Chicago. He remembers seeing the Young Bucks wrestle in the So. Cal indies back in the day. He even remembers a third Young Buck. He also talks a little bit about WWE’s Backlash show, which was one of their worst shows in recent memory.
Draven then continues his discussion from the first episode on pro wrestling’s history. He talks about pioneers like Strangler Lewis and Farmer Burns and the beginning of what’s about to be a hot era in pro wrestling with Tom Jenkins, George Hackenschmidt, and Frank Gotch.
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