About Us


“The show feels like a greased-up baptism into the cult of pro wrestling. Put on your headphones and step into the ring.” – Cleveland Magazine

Launched in October 2014, This is Awesome Wrestling Show delivers commentary on the latest news surrounding professional wrestling — including interviews, humor, look backs on some of the more popular topics ever, and coverage of events.

Hosts Glenn Moore and Steve Guy have interviewed some of wrestling’s biggest stars, including Seth Rollins, EC3, Samoa Joe, The Miz, Neville, Jerry “The King” Lawler, Colt Cabana, The Young Bucks, Kevin Owens, Sasha Banks, and many more.

Other show highlights include:

Featured in the January 2015 issue of Cleveland Magazine

Credentialed media at WWE’s WrestleMania 31 events in San Jose and NXT shows in 20015

– Seth Rollins on CM Punk’s departure; interview went viral in December 2014

– Samoa Joe comments on making his NXT debut just days before our interview in May 2015

– Interview with Ethan Carter III (EC3) just the day after capturing the TNA World Heavyweight Championship in July 2015

… and much more!

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z3qMXBXYGlenn Moore

Glenn Moore previously worked as a sports reporter at cleveland.com and The Northeast Ohio Media Group, featuring The Plain Dealer where he covered the Cleveland Browns, Indians, and Cavaliers for three years.

He’s been hosting podcasts since 2008, ranging from shows with Jerry “The King” Lawler called The King’s Podcast, 60 Seconds with Chris Perez (former MLB closer), and Boobie’s Podcast with former Cleveland Cavaliers’ guard Boobie Gibson.

His work has been featured on ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Yahoo! Sports, and AOL.com. Numerous TV/radio appearances including SportsTime Ohio, ESPN Radio, CBS Radio, NBC Sports, CNN, PBS, Yahoo! Sports Radio, and Sirius XM Radio.

Watching Vader drop bombs off the middle rope became the norm in his teens as Glenn took to professional wrestling at an early age. His love for the sport has only gotten stronger with age, as he hasn’t missed a WrestleMania since 2012. But he doesn’t forget his WrestleMania 18 trip to Toronto to watch Hulk Hogan take on The Rock.

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steveguyheadshotSteve Guy

Steve Guy is a stand-up comic and published author from Cleveland, OH who also just happens to have an affinity for professional wrestling, aka Sports Entertainment.

His parents will never let him forget that as a child he cried when Kamala jumped off the ropes to splash Hogan and that he then shouted for Hogan to “Swam him Huckster, swam him!”

Aside from that, he is also a Wrestling Contributor for Examiner.com. Subscribe to his page and check out all of his articles.

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