Running Wild Podcast: Ian Riccaboni Interview, ROH and EVOLVE previews


Episode 80: Ian Riccaboni Interview, ROH and EVOLVE previews

Running Wild Podcast’s Rich and Runz bring you another episode of wrestling discussion, sharing their thoughts on all the latest in the world of professional wrestling.

On this episode of Running Wild Podcast, the guys run down ROH’s Supercard of Honor, Evolve 80-81, the WWN Supershow and interview ROH’s Ian Riccaboni!

Rich shares an interview with Ian Riccaboni and they talk about his new role as lead commentator in the company, the difficulties of working a full show, fatherhood and creating chemistry with his broadcast partners. The two also chat about the recent Stardom/WOH tryout camp, Supercard of Honor going to iPPV and a slew of other topics!

All that and more an yet another episode of Running Wild Podcast!

The Crew

Rich Laconi: A high school English teacher whose love of Shakespeare is only eclipsed by his passion for professional wrestling. A regular contributor to Last Word on Sports wrestling department, he frequents as many WWE, ROH and independent wrestling shows as possible. Grew up a fan of Macho Man Randy Savage and Ric Flair, but now he pulls for heels, except for Kevin Owens. You can read his weekly work on Ring of Honor, ROH Honorable Mention right here on Last Word on Sports.

Runz: Wrestling connoisseur. Lifetime New Yorker who hates all New York teams. Consistently gets mistaken for Action Bronson. Once too sweet’d Hulk Hogan. Kevin Owens is his hero.

All that and more an yet another episode of Running Wild Podcast!

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Rich is a high school teacher from Brooklyn, New York and Associate Editor at Last Word on Pro Wrestling. When he's not working, he's a rabid wrestling fan, a Red Bull Season ticket holder and a generally long-suffering Mets, Jets and Devils fan. Father and Husband. He started watching wrestling when he was 7 in 1991. Due to now defunct local video rental stores, the exposure to anything made by Colosseum home video and other wrestling content providers was extensive. He also regularly attends local NYC shows, both small and large and watches as much wrestling as possible.


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