The Scott Steiner Interview

THE Question If you’re reading this than you probably just watched the Scott Steiner interview. And of course you’re probably wondering why I didn’t ask THE question. Obviously, my whole intention with this interview was to go ask Scott about his chest deformity. I drove 8 hours to get this interview with Scott so obviously…

Interviewing Scott Steiner

Interviewing Scott Steiner  So this past weekend I drove down to Owensboro, Kentucky (4 hour drive) to secure an interview with Scott Steiner. The name of the event he was appearing at was called the UCW Royal Resurrection, which is a small independent wrestling organization. Scott also happened to be recovering from surgery so he…

Darth Vader was a bodybuilder?

A little known fact about the actor that played Darth Vader is that he was actually an accomplished bodybuilder and weightlifter. David Prowse was the actor who played Darth Vader, and he also competed in the Mr. Universe competition against Arnold and Lou. He even worked for Joe Weider for awhile. Here is my video…

The Biggest Arms of the 90’s?

Manfred Hoeberl was a pro-strongman, powerlifter, and in 1994 he became the man with the world’s largest arms. His arms were measures at 25.75 inches cold (no pump) he then pumped up with a dumbbell and his arm was re-measured at 26 inches. Not only were his arms insanely huge, but he was also an…

The Iron Guru: Vince Gironda

Vince Gironda was known as the Iron Guru. He owned the legendary “Vince’s Gym” and trained legendary bodybuilders like Arnold, Lou Ferrigno, Dave Draper, and perhaps most notably, trained Larry Scott to win the first Mr. Olympia contest. Vince’s gym was comparable to the Mecca Gold’s Venice in terms of celebrity clientele, even including the…

The Undertaker

This past Sunday night my friends and I got together to watch Wrestlemania 33. And to our disbelief, in the final moments of the show the Undertaker aka Mark Calaway decides it’s time for him to retire. (Unfortunately he was beaten by Roman Reigns) But being a quasi-wrestling fan myself, I thought the Undertaker was…