Welcome to a brand new episode of That Wrestling Show!!! Join Bill and Fro for the season finale of the show as this week they review three pay per views from Ring of Honor, NWA and WWE. Plus a discussion of an announcer not wanting to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, a look back at 2019 in pro wrestling, discussing the season finale of the Masked Singer and more. That’s this week on That Wrestling Show!!!
Season Finale…Or Should It Be Final Battle 2019?
About That Wrestling Show
Hosted by Bill Yankowy and Fro, That Wrestling Show is a podcast about everything in the world of professional wrestling. They discuss WWE shows, Ring of Honor, Impact Wrestling, even some NJPW. Plus, they also talk old school wrestling too.
Bill Yankowy has been a wrestling fan for as long as he can remember. The first wrestling match he ever saw on TV was Hulk Hogan against the Ultimate Warrior in the main event of Wrestlemania VI. At the age of ten, he attended his first wrestling event – Survivor Series 1995. The main event of the show was Bret Hart defeating Diesel to win the WWF championship for the third time. Those two experiences helped make him a lifelong wrestling fan and he has watched different wrestling promotions from WWE, WCW, ROH, and TNA.
Bill hosts a wrestling podcast known as “That Wrestling Show” that has been broadcasted online since July 2011. He has interviewed many wrestlers including Shane Somers, Evan Morris, Ken Dixon, and Bandido Jr. He has also interviewed famous local wrestling fans such as Mike Jones from DC101 and director Joe Carabeo. Bill’s interest is in not only the current wrestling scene but also the history of wrestling. By reading autobiographies of current and older wrestlers, material about the background stories and keeping up with the day to day news of wrestling he adds much to his show. These extra facts help make “That Wrestling Show” a fun podcast to listen to.
Frode “Fro” Nygaard
Frode Nygaard might be the most enthusiastic wrestling fan in Norway. A man who has watched wrestling for less than ten years, he has an amazing knowledge of the sport. He started watching TNA in 2010 and became a fan while watching WWE, ROH, and New Japan. If anyone is up for a debate on wrestling Frode will bring a good argument to the table on whatever the topic of the day might be.
Frode is the co-host of “That Wrestling Show” and has become one of the most entertaining people to listen to. When he’s not talking about wrestling, he loves to do parody songs of current hits or classics that we all know and love. Frode brings excitement to the podcast with his great sense of humor and energy.