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Episode 58: George Lucas

With so much happening in the world of Professional Wrestling in the past few weeks, The gang has plenty to cover this week. We discuss CM Punk’s appearance on the Cabana podcast and his signing with the UFC, Austin’s interview with Vince McMahon,TLC, The NJPW network, Lucha Underground, and much more.

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Triple H vs. Josh

Waaaaaaaay back in the year 2000 I was a Production Assistant at WWE in Stamford CT.  I was working on the weekend show Superstars and I used to get to do some cool interviews with the hottest Wrestlers of the time.  This particular time I  was interviewing HHH after a long photo shoot for the cover of WWE Magazine.   He spent the day smashing fiberglass cinder blocks with his trusty sledge hammer at an old chemical plant near WWE headquarters.  After the shoot there were a few cinder blocks left and the Game decided that the smashing wasn’t over for the day.

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Episode 23: Sierra Hotel India Romeo Tango…The S.H.I.R.T

This week the TDF boys discuss their predictions and wishes for this Sunday night’s WWE ‘Payback’ PPV as well as – Curtis Axel, the future of Daniel Bryan, AJ Lee’s mic skills and much more. More importantly…the gang discusses their thoughts on the ‘Shirt heard ’round the World’…the shirt that shocked the world this past Monday night on RAW and changed Professional Wrestling forever. It’s a can’t miss episode of The Dusty Finish Podcast!

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How to throw a Berzerk party!

I don’t know about you, but I always thought that the classic  WWF wrestler The Berzerker had a fairly limited vocabulary.  On a good day it consisted of Huss! Huss!  Huss!  Well prepare to have your reality shattered, because as it turns out he knows a whole bunch more words and can even put them end to end in sentence-like grunts.  In this clip from a Coliseum Video from circa 1987 or so, The Berzerker and his manager Mr. Fuji help you out with some pro-tips of how to throw a party unlike any you’ve ever seen.  You’ll need invitations, and gimmicks for the kids, some peanut butter sandwiches that you make with your hands only and probably some cocaine to think any of this is a good idea.

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