Tossing Salt Presents:
Ultimate Wrestling Q&A
Wooo Nation, Nia Jax, The Hurricane & More
November 12, 2021
Are you ready to talk some wrestling? It’s the Ultimate Wrestling Q&A and it all begins right now. Let’s do this.
Ric Flair is starting a new podcast, Wooooo Nation, with former WCW announce Mark Madden. Are you interested?
Ric had a podcast before and it didn’t last long so what makes anyone think he’ll stick around for this one? And Ric’s last podcast wasn’t very good. It was the Nature Boy interrupting his guests, laughing a lot, and just was hard to listen to. Maybe this time will be different, but the addition of Mark Madden doesn’t give me much hope. I’ll take a wait and see approach before I listen, based on the reviews and word of mouth, but I’m not expecting very much.
Is CM Punk the Goldberg of AEW?
No way. Punk actually loves the wrestling business and is an accomplished star both in and out of the ring. Goldberg is… well, he’s Goldberg. ‘Nuff said!
The Hurricane recently tweeted saying that fans should stop looking at “dirt sheets” and just enjoy the product. Agree or disagree?
We all love to know the backstage stuff and hidden secrets of our favorite superstars, but to be honest, Helms is 100% correct. There is both good and bad in every wrestling promotion and can you imagine how happy we all would be if just appreciated the business for what it is and enjoyed the wrestling for a change instead of getting all worked up over gossip and innuendo? Life would be so much better.
Would you be interested in seeing Nia Jax do an OnlyFans?
I wouldn’t be, but then again, I have no interest in seeing any women doing the OnlyFans thing. It’s not my thing. But Jax is an attractive woman and former plus-model and if she was to do an OnlyFans, I’m sure that it would be very successful and attract lots of fans.
Survivor Series between the stars of Jim Crockett Promotions in the early ’80s and World Class Championship Wrestling. Who would you pick for each team?
I’d have, representing Crockett in the early ’80s, Wahoo McDaniel, Ric Flair, Ole Anderson, The Masked Superstar, and Blackjack Mulligan as my team with Gene Anderson and Paul Jones outside the ring as the managers. And representing World Class, I’d have Kevin Von Erich, David Von Erich, Chris Adams, Gino Hernandez, and Bruiser Brody as my team.
And there you go. My thanks for reading. Comments, thoughts, and any questions you may have are welcome and appreciated. Until the next time, take care and stay good. I’ll see you at the matches.