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PostSubject: Art Of Wrestling Podcast   Thu May 15, 2014 3:43 pm

Colt Cabana is hilarious. Seriously. Even if you're not particularly a fan of his wrestling style (which, admittedly, I wasn't at first--I was stupid), it's hard to not be entertained by him. He's extremely charismatic, hilarious, and fun to listen to. Colt is a great podcast host, and I think that could be his career when he retires from wrestling. He's able to have fun, natural conversations with his guests, even the ones that he doesn't know that well. And as a result of his podcast, other wrestlers have followed suit, like Steve Austin and Chris Jericho (my favorite wrestler). Colt's podcast was the first, though, I think, and personally my favorite. No one makes me laugh like Colt does with his podcasts. The stories you hear are priceless, and when you're listening, you feel like you were actually there for the stories.

Everyone should give his podcast a listen. A new podcast is uploaded every Wednesday, and you can find them at the links below:

http://tsmradio.com/coltcabana/
http://www.welovecolt.com

To quote Colt: Thankssssssssssssssssssssssss~
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PostSubject: Re: Art Of Wrestling Podcast   Thu May 15, 2014 4:27 pm

motorcityxlove wrote:
Colt Cabana is hilarious. Seriously. Even if you're not particularly a fan of his wrestling style (which, admittedly, I wasn't at first--I was stupid), it's hard to not be entertained by him. He's extremely charismatic, hilarious, and fun to listen to. Colt is a great podcast host, and I think that could be his career when he retires from wrestling. He's able to have fun, natural conversations with his guests, even the ones that he doesn't know that well. And as a result of his podcast, other wrestlers have followed suit, like Steve Austin and Chris Jericho (my favorite wrestler). Colt's podcast was the first, though, I think, and personally my favorite. No one makes me laugh like Colt does with his podcasts. The stories you hear are priceless, and when you're listening, you feel like you were actually there for the stories.

Everyone should give his podcast a listen. A new podcast is uploaded every Wednesday, and you can find them at the links below:

http://tsmradio.com/coltcabana/
http://www.welovecolt.com

To quote Colt: Thankssssssssssssssssssssssss~

I love listening to The Art Of Wrestling. And no matter how many podcasts popped up after his started, I think we all need to acknowledge that Colt's is the original. Often imitated, never replicated, you can't beat perfection.
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PostSubject: Re: Art Of Wrestling Podcast   Thu May 15, 2014 4:39 pm

RobinLeigh wrote:
motorcityxlove wrote:
Colt Cabana is hilarious. Seriously. Even if you're not particularly a fan of his wrestling style (which, admittedly, I wasn't at first--I was stupid), it's hard to not be entertained by him. He's extremely charismatic, hilarious, and fun to listen to. Colt is a great podcast host, and I think that could be his career when he retires from wrestling. He's able to have fun, natural conversations with his guests, even the ones that he doesn't know that well. And as a result of his podcast, other wrestlers have followed suit, like Steve Austin and Chris Jericho (my favorite wrestler). Colt's podcast was the first, though, I think, and personally my favorite. No one makes me laugh like Colt does with his podcasts. The stories you hear are priceless, and when you're listening, you feel like you were actually there for the stories.

Everyone should give his podcast a listen. A new podcast is uploaded every Wednesday, and you can find them at the links below:

http://tsmradio.com/coltcabana/
http://www.welovecolt.com

To quote Colt: Thankssssssssssssssssssssssss~

I love listening to The Art Of Wrestling.  And no matter how many podcasts popped up after his started, I think we all need to acknowledge that Colt's is the original.  Often imitated, never replicated, you can't beat perfection.

Colt's too nice to ever say anything about it, but his was the original, and he worked so hard to get it off of the ground. No one else can match the atmosphere of The Art Of Wrestling. They're just not as fun as Colt's podcasts.
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PostSubject: Re: Art Of Wrestling Podcast   Thu May 15, 2014 4:42 pm

motorcityxlove wrote:
RobinLeigh wrote:
motorcityxlove wrote:
Colt Cabana is hilarious. Seriously. Even if you're not particularly a fan of his wrestling style (which, admittedly, I wasn't at first--I was stupid), it's hard to not be entertained by him. He's extremely charismatic, hilarious, and fun to listen to. Colt is a great podcast host, and I think that could be his career when he retires from wrestling. He's able to have fun, natural conversations with his guests, even the ones that he doesn't know that well. And as a result of his podcast, other wrestlers have followed suit, like Steve Austin and Chris Jericho (my favorite wrestler). Colt's podcast was the first, though, I think, and personally my favorite. No one makes me laugh like Colt does with his podcasts. The stories you hear are priceless, and when you're listening, you feel like you were actually there for the stories.

Everyone should give his podcast a listen. A new podcast is uploaded every Wednesday, and you can find them at the links below:

http://tsmradio.com/coltcabana/
http://www.welovecolt.com

To quote Colt: Thankssssssssssssssssssssssss~

I love listening to The Art Of Wrestling.  And no matter how many podcasts popped up after his started, I think we all need to acknowledge that Colt's is the original.  Often imitated, never replicated, you can't beat perfection.

Colt's too nice to ever say anything about it, but his was the original, and he worked so hard to get it off of the ground. No one else can match the atmosphere of The Art Of Wrestling. They're just not as fun as Colt's podcasts.

It's because Colt's already got an established relationship with almost all of his guests. So they're more than willing to share stories with him that they probably wouldn't share on other podcasts.
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PostSubject: Re: Art Of Wrestling Podcast   Thu May 15, 2014 4:47 pm

RobinLeigh wrote:
motorcityxlove wrote:
RobinLeigh wrote:
motorcityxlove wrote:
Colt Cabana is hilarious. Seriously. Even if you're not particularly a fan of his wrestling style (which, admittedly, I wasn't at first--I was stupid), it's hard to not be entertained by him. He's extremely charismatic, hilarious, and fun to listen to. Colt is a great podcast host, and I think that could be his career when he retires from wrestling. He's able to have fun, natural conversations with his guests, even the ones that he doesn't know that well. And as a result of his podcast, other wrestlers have followed suit, like Steve Austin and Chris Jericho (my favorite wrestler). Colt's podcast was the first, though, I think, and personally my favorite. No one makes me laugh like Colt does with his podcasts. The stories you hear are priceless, and when you're listening, you feel like you were actually there for the stories.

Everyone should give his podcast a listen. A new podcast is uploaded every Wednesday, and you can find them at the links below:

http://tsmradio.com/coltcabana/
http://www.welovecolt.com

To quote Colt: Thankssssssssssssssssssssssss~

I love listening to The Art Of Wrestling.  And no matter how many podcasts popped up after his started, I think we all need to acknowledge that Colt's is the original.  Often imitated, never replicated, you can't beat perfection.

Colt's too nice to ever say anything about it, but his was the original, and he worked so hard to get it off of the ground. No one else can match the atmosphere of The Art Of Wrestling. They're just not as fun as Colt's podcasts.

It's because Colt's already got an established relationship with almost all of his guests.  So they're more than willing to share stories with him that they probably wouldn't share on other podcasts.

And he makes them feel comfortable. I've never listened to a podcast where a guest didn't feel comfortable. One of my favorites is his first podcast with Hero. I was laughing so hard.
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PostSubject: Re: Art Of Wrestling Podcast   Thu May 15, 2014 4:51 pm

motorcityxlove wrote:
RobinLeigh wrote:
motorcityxlove wrote:
RobinLeigh wrote:
motorcityxlove wrote:
Colt Cabana is hilarious. Seriously. Even if you're not particularly a fan of his wrestling style (which, admittedly, I wasn't at first--I was stupid), it's hard to not be entertained by him. He's extremely charismatic, hilarious, and fun to listen to. Colt is a great podcast host, and I think that could be his career when he retires from wrestling. He's able to have fun, natural conversations with his guests, even the ones that he doesn't know that well. And as a result of his podcast, other wrestlers have followed suit, like Steve Austin and Chris Jericho (my favorite wrestler). Colt's podcast was the first, though, I think, and personally my favorite. No one makes me laugh like Colt does with his podcasts. The stories you hear are priceless, and when you're listening, you feel like you were actually there for the stories.

Everyone should give his podcast a listen. A new podcast is uploaded every Wednesday, and you can find them at the links below:

http://tsmradio.com/coltcabana/
http://www.welovecolt.com

To quote Colt: Thankssssssssssssssssssssssss~

I love listening to The Art Of Wrestling.  And no matter how many podcasts popped up after his started, I think we all need to acknowledge that Colt's is the original.  Often imitated, never replicated, you can't beat perfection.

Colt's too nice to ever say anything about it, but his was the original, and he worked so hard to get it off of the ground. No one else can match the atmosphere of The Art Of Wrestling. They're just not as fun as Colt's podcasts.

It's because Colt's already got an established relationship with almost all of his guests.  So they're more than willing to share stories with him that they probably wouldn't share on other podcasts.

And he makes them feel comfortable. I've never listened to a podcast where a guest didn't feel comfortable. One of my favorites is his first podcast with Hero. I was laughing so hard.

How can you NOT be at ease with Colt Cabana? And anything involving him and Chris Hero is guaranteed to be an exercise in hilarity.
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PostSubject: Re: Art Of Wrestling Podcast   Thu May 15, 2014 5:01 pm

RobinLeigh wrote:
motorcityxlove wrote:
RobinLeigh wrote:
motorcityxlove wrote:
RobinLeigh wrote:
motorcityxlove wrote:
Colt Cabana is hilarious. Seriously. Even if you're not particularly a fan of his wrestling style (which, admittedly, I wasn't at first--I was stupid), it's hard to not be entertained by him. He's extremely charismatic, hilarious, and fun to listen to. Colt is a great podcast host, and I think that could be his career when he retires from wrestling. He's able to have fun, natural conversations with his guests, even the ones that he doesn't know that well. And as a result of his podcast, other wrestlers have followed suit, like Steve Austin and Chris Jericho (my favorite wrestler). Colt's podcast was the first, though, I think, and personally my favorite. No one makes me laugh like Colt does with his podcasts. The stories you hear are priceless, and when you're listening, you feel like you were actually there for the stories.

Everyone should give his podcast a listen. A new podcast is uploaded every Wednesday, and you can find them at the links below:

http://tsmradio.com/coltcabana/
http://www.welovecolt.com

To quote Colt: Thankssssssssssssssssssssssss~

I love listening to The Art Of Wrestling.  And no matter how many podcasts popped up after his started, I think we all need to acknowledge that Colt's is the original.  Often imitated, never replicated, you can't beat perfection.

Colt's too nice to ever say anything about it, but his was the original, and he worked so hard to get it off of the ground. No one else can match the atmosphere of The Art Of Wrestling. They're just not as fun as Colt's podcasts.

It's because Colt's already got an established relationship with almost all of his guests.  So they're more than willing to share stories with him that they probably wouldn't share on other podcasts.

And he makes them feel comfortable. I've never listened to a podcast where a guest didn't feel comfortable. One of my favorites is his first podcast with Hero. I was laughing so hard.

How can you NOT be at ease with Colt Cabana?  And anything involving him and Chris Hero is guaranteed to be an exercise in hilarity.

Who's your hero?
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PostSubject: Re: Art Of Wrestling Podcast   Thu May 15, 2014 5:30 pm

motorcityxlove wrote:
RobinLeigh wrote:
motorcityxlove wrote:
RobinLeigh wrote:
motorcityxlove wrote:
RobinLeigh wrote:
motorcityxlove wrote:
Colt Cabana is hilarious. Seriously. Even if you're not particularly a fan of his wrestling style (which, admittedly, I wasn't at first--I was stupid), it's hard to not be entertained by him. He's extremely charismatic, hilarious, and fun to listen to. Colt is a great podcast host, and I think that could be his career when he retires from wrestling. He's able to have fun, natural conversations with his guests, even the ones that he doesn't know that well. And as a result of his podcast, other wrestlers have followed suit, like Steve Austin and Chris Jericho (my favorite wrestler). Colt's podcast was the first, though, I think, and personally my favorite. No one makes me laugh like Colt does with his podcasts. The stories you hear are priceless, and when you're listening, you feel like you were actually there for the stories.

Everyone should give his podcast a listen. A new podcast is uploaded every Wednesday, and you can find them at the links below:

http://tsmradio.com/coltcabana/
http://www.welovecolt.com

To quote Colt: Thankssssssssssssssssssssssss~

I love listening to The Art Of Wrestling.  And no matter how many podcasts popped up after his started, I think we all need to acknowledge that Colt's is the original.  Often imitated, never replicated, you can't beat perfection.

Colt's too nice to ever say anything about it, but his was the original, and he worked so hard to get it off of the ground. No one else can match the atmosphere of The Art Of Wrestling. They're just not as fun as Colt's podcasts.

It's because Colt's already got an established relationship with almost all of his guests.  So they're more than willing to share stories with him that they probably wouldn't share on other podcasts.

And he makes them feel comfortable. I've never listened to a podcast where a guest didn't feel comfortable. One of my favorites is his first podcast with Hero. I was laughing so hard.

How can you NOT be at ease with Colt Cabana?  And anything involving him and Chris Hero is guaranteed to be an exercise in hilarity.

Who's your hero?

I AM GOING TO BE YOUR HERO WHETHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT.
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