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Episode #131 with AJ Kirsch

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AJ Kirsch (@AJKirsch)

AJ Kirsch (@AJKirsch)

When AJ Kirsch first called into our Blogtalk show he was fresh off of WWE’s Tough Enough. Some 3 years later a lot has changed within Kirsch’s life and career. While still a pro wrestler his outlook and goals have changed up significantly. Wrestling is still a big part of his life, but his focus has altered from WWE to HoodSlam, a smaller independent company he, and several other active professional wrestlers are passionate that has quickly gained a lot of attention and eyes in the San Francisco bay area. We hear about why he loves Hoodslam so much and how he feels it differs from other independent companies he’s wrestled in before. As longtime fans, both JD and BNos go deep into the wrestling rabbit hole with Kirsch.  Continue reading

Episode #128 with Kabir Singh

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Kabir Singh @Kabeezy

Kabir Singh @Kabeezy

The crew packed up and made the trip out to good old Pleasanton to Tommy T’s Comedy Club to podcast with stand-up comic Kabir Singh. For longtime SPENTRadio fans you may remember Singh from our early blogtalkradio days, but this is the first time we’ve connected face to face.

JD got some great sports talk in with Singh, a big sports fan himself, which was a cool opportunity for them; JD doesn’t get much sport talk in with BNos nor BVan. We also talked about WWE and Night of Champions. Kabir has got some very passionate thoughts about some of the talent he believes are the future of professional wrestling. Continue reading

Episode #124 with Joey Guila

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Joey Guila @JoeyGuilaLive

Joey Guila @JoeyGuilaLive

We had Joey Guila on the show. We talked about the Pistahan festival and some Filipino-American culture, dealing with bullies growing up in school (and even in present day). We learned what he did before he focused on standup comedy and all of our love for Mom’s baked goods. Continue reading

Episode #123 with Sammy Obeid

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Sammy Obeid (@SammyObeid)

Sammy Obeid (@SammyObeid)

How many consecutive days have you worked at your job, including weekends and holidays? Sammy Obeid has been performing stand up comedy sets for 900 consecutive nights (when we caught up with him) and is on his way to surpassing 1000 nights of comedy! He was cool enough to invite us down to Tommy T’s in Pleasanton, CA for his show and to podcast with us. Continue reading