All of David Bixenspan's self-produced pro wrestling, MMA, etc. podcasts, including The Trade Marks with Dylan Hales.
The Trade Marks Episode #4 – David Kaleidoscope’s Thermos
David Bixenspan (or is it David Kaleidoscope?) and Dylan Hales finally return for an all-new episode of The Trade Marks in which we discuss: The launch of NWAClassics.com. Whoo! Wrestling’s triumphant return with the...
The Trade Marks Episode #3 – The Rise and Fall of DVDs w/ Kevin Kleinrock
For the third episode of The Trade Marks, Dylan and I are joined by Kevin Kleinrock, currently the President of Masked Republic (which owns LuchaShop.com – Use coupon code BIX to get 10% off all items!) and...
The Bix Show Episode #6 – Josh Watko on wrestling memorabilia
Josh Watko of JW’s Wrestling Memorabilia joins me to talk everything wrestling memorabilia, including lots of action figure talk covering rarities, AOL’s old WWF action figure message board, and more, vinyl records, autographs, oddities...
The Bix Show Episode #5 – Kris Zellner
Wrestling historian, Exile on Badstreet podcast host, and all-around good guy Kris Zellner joins the show to have a loose, sometimes disconnected conversation about old newsletters and other elements of wrestling fandom like radio shows,...
The Bix Show Episode #4 – Sean Wheelock
Sean Wheelock, the voice of Bellator MMA, joins the show to talk about growing up as a wrestling fan in Kansas City in the ’80s, including seeing Ric Flair’s first NWA World Heavyweight Title...
The Trade Marks Episode #2 – May Be Flammable
After some updates/follow-ups on topics from episode #1, like the status of FWE, WWN Live woes, and the WrestleMania bootlegging lawsuit, we look at everything going on w/ Pro Wrestling Tees including WWE sending...
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If you love Pro Wrestling you'll love it
I'm a pro wrestler and I love the unfiltered banter and opinions Bix and his friends give. They don't have a hidden agenda and never kiss butt.
By George, I think this is a swell electronic audio cast
I quite enjoy the illuminating discussions of grapple fighting contained therein. The theme song is a delightful composition, as well. A quality listen for all fans of this realm.
OK but seriously, please listen, rate, etc. I appreciate it.