Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Ricky Morton Joins The Naitch on WOOOOO! Nation

Ric Flair and Conrad Thompson on WOOOOO! Nation
Ricky Morton of the Rock & Roll Express is Ric's guest this week on the 30th episode of WOOOO! Nation!

From the WOOOO! Nation website:
Ric welcomes his friend of over 30 years, the Rock 'n' Roll Express' Ricky Morton! Ric and Ricky share great stories from both inside and outside of the ring! Hear about the nine one hour draws they wrestled two weeks in a row, the drinking, the women and the infamous boat story! Ricky talks about the hard lessons learned on the business end of wrestling while riding high in the 80s. Another great episode from Ric and Conrad on WOOOOO! Nation! Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
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Ric Flair and Conrad Thompson are on "WOOOOO! Nation" right now! Check it out via iTunes or directly download from the WOOOOO! Nation page at the PLAY.IT website.

Also Don't Miss: Behind the Scenes at WOOOOO! Nation (Part 1)
An interview with co-host Conrad Thompson and a look at how the WOOOO! Nation podcast first came together.

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