LWOPW To Partner With Hitting The Marks Podcast

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Excited to enter into a partnership with another Podcast, as we welcome Hitting The Marks to the LWOPW team. They will later today, Friday October 26, 2018, joining the Running Wild podcast. Here’s the official press release from Hitting The Marks:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: HITTING THE MARKS PRO WRESTLING PODCAST IS COMING TO LAST WORD ON PRO WRESTLING.

Cleveland, Ohio – October 25, 2018. In what can only be descried as the formation of a new blockbuster tag team, Last Word on Pro Wrestling (lastwordonprowrestling.com) and the Hitting The Marks Pro Wrestling Podcast are proud to announce they have entered into a partnership with a premier date of Friday, October 26, 2018.

Last Word on Pro Wrestling is one of the world’s fastest growing pro wrestling media outlets. The platform features daily news, events and exclusives. Last Word on Pro Wrestling’s aim is to provide the sophisticated wrestling fan with critical commentary, analysis and critique on a daily basis, while always looking to improve the value we give to our dedicated readers and listeners.  

The highly acclaimed Hitting The Marks Pro Wrestling Podcast is well into its second year of production. Show host Michael Jargo and Ric Vickrey are an exciting duo who reply on their professional and personal expertise and experiences to formulate unique and insightful looks into the world of professional wrestling and beyond. With new episodes available weekly, the Hitting The Marks Pro Wrestling Podcasts explores news and events from around the world of pro wrestling. Hitting The Marks Pro Wrestling Podcast has developed strong working relationships with Ring of Honor Wrestling and Women Of Wrestling as well as with numerous growing Independent Promotions.   

Jamie Greer, Managing Editor, Last Word on Pro Wrestling had the following to say regarding the new partnership: “Last Word on Pro Wrestling is proud and excited to partner with Hitting The Marks to expand each other’s brand, through a mutual respect for each other and a passion for the topic at hand: professional wrestling. Ric and Jargo are a breath of fresh air to wrestling podcasts – it’s not 2 hours of WWE bashing, but instead honest reviews. Praise is given when warranted, benefits of the doubt are given on some near misses, and if the truth needs to told, they can also be quite critical. It’s hard not to get caught up in their passion for the product and the industry, and it’s the reason why we’ve decided to partner in offering another platform for their brand to continue to grow.”

More on the Hitting The Marks Pro Wrestling Podcast:

Jargo is a 32 year pro wrestling enthusiast, 15 year music industry vet, and current behind the scenes player for Sinclair Broadcast Group, owner of Ring Of Honor. A former performer, and promoter, Jargo now shines on a different type of microphone and he bring his unique show business background to the air waves to discuss how it relates to professional wrestling, its similarities and contrasts.

Vickrey is 35 year pro wrestling enthusiast with 20 years’ experience in the fields of marketing and hospitality. He is currently the owner and operator of HERDD Marketing. A consulting firm which focuses on digital media management, design and event planning & promotions. Over the years Vickrey has had a hand in assisting pro wrestling promotions and talents with events and merchandising.

Jargo and Vickrey don’t pretend to be technical pro wrestling experts but derive their takes from the personalities and stories being told along with the production and promotion within the industry. Hitting The Marks Pro Wrestling Podcast guarantees in-depth and unique viewpoints spanning a variety of topics from around the world of professional wrestling.

Social Media Links:

On Twitter:

@notjargo

@therealrbv

@htmpwpod

Facebook:

Facebook.com/hittingthemarks

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Jamie Greer is the Managing Editor and lead writer for Last Word on Pro Wrestling. A lifelong wrestling fan who started with the WWF in the early 80's, he now follows everything from the smallest indie to WWE. He's also written for WrestleZone, The Windsor Star, Windsor Independent and other publications. He lives in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, with his wife and son.

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