Sunday , 29 March 2015
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Podcast of Honor: War (What is Shane Hagadorn Good For) SCoH Preview


Matt Waters hosts the Podcast of Honor with Ari Berenstein & Chris GST as they discuss the WAR Asheville, NC show where controversy arose. Not with Mark winning the ROH title but with Haas exclaiming that he is retiring and much more fun. Honestly, this show had a working of title of War, What is Haas Good For but it was decided against by a mysterious board of directors. In the end, the group previews the Supercard of Honor 2013 show from top to bottom, discuss lots of fun stuff, and even Shane Hagdorn somehow makes it into the conversation. Listen. Enjoy. Comment.

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About Chris GST

Chris GST has been a wrestling fan since around 1991. He grew up enjoying most of the back stage politics as well as enjoyed all the aspects that it takes to create that perfect wrestling match. At the end of 2001 when the original ECW died it was then that Chris took an interest in indy promotions such as ECWA and others. Those made him appreciate companies like Ring of Honor, CHIKARA, PWG, JAPW and it has continued to this day.

One comment

  1. I was in the second row. he was definitely crying as it started at when he first came out. At the
    end of the match you could see all of the motions associated with crying. If he was acting, he should go to Hollywood. It was a very uncomfortable and perplexing situation.

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