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This month Al Getz & Jon Boucher look at the summer of 1973 and the winter of 1965 in the McGuirk territory. Discussions of Tank Morgan, Pez Whatley, Bill Ash, Treach Phillips, Kurt Von Steiger, and many others. Plus, Al’s first Cauliflower Alley Clu... more
Rogue wrestling historian Al Getz begins what he thought would be a simple experiment to see if he could figure out the identity of a masked wrestler from 1963. In part 1 of this multi-part mystery, Al explains the circumstances around this wrestler,... more
Whether you like pork chops, candy, or “oates”, the McGuirk/Watts territory had you covered in the 3rd quarter of 1977. This month Al Getz & Jon Boucher discuss that time period as well as the 4th quarter of 1964 featuring the NWA World Junior Heavyw... more
These two wrestling historians deliver a Moneyball podcast for the territory era of professional wrestling. They are fastidious with their facts and fair with their judgments. Essential listening if you love pro wrestling history.
such a great show and gives an in depth look at the wrestling industry in each episode
Al and Jon do an excellent job, taking what could potentially be a dry subject, and fleshing it out with history to make it a fun, entertaining listen.
Always exciting to c a new episode come out
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Charting The Territories Podcast launched 3 years ago and published 23 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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