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Audio: JJ Dillon talks WWE Hall of Fame, Monday Night Wars, Four Horsemen, and More & SUBSCRIBE ON iTUNES AND STITCHER!


The eighty-seventh edition of the Hardway Podcast is online! Join Jon Harder as he interviews the one and only JJ Dillon! The WWE Hall of Famer and the original manager of the Four Horsemen discusses a plethora of different topics on this week’s Hardway for nearly an hour. Some of the topics include:


– The similaraties and differences of the WWE Hall of Fame and the Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame

– Booking and wrestling for the Nova Scotia territory in the early 1970s

– The Florida and Amarillo territories

– The Four Horsemen

– Television formatting


AND SO MUCH MORE! This truly is an interview to listen to and enjoy. James J. Dillon is an inspirtation and most of all, the biggest influence behind what professionalism is all about! Much appreciation to JJ for this honor of doing the Hardway!


Also this week on the Hardway, Dan Murdoch stops by with a message for Dickie Rodz and ACE Pro Wrestling en route to his Diamond Division title match this Saturday in Wallington, NJ.


Furthermore, Good News Hughes and Jon discuss all of Good News’ enemies that he has in wrestling. And finally, B-Sizzle gets confused on why the NWA we discuss on the Hardway ISN’T the one with Eazy E and Ice Cube.




This episode is dedicated to the memory of Tom Verga aKa Hunter, an independent film editor of the BWO and NWA on Fire.


The Hardway Podcast has been around since September 2011. Over the past six months, established personalities such as Jay Lethal, WCW’s Alex Wright, DGUSA’s Gabe Sapolsky, Dwayne Hendricks of the 2012 Super Bowl champion New York Giants, Bill Carr (FCW’s Bobby Dutch), and NOAH’s Bobby Fish, amongst others. To listen to previous Hardway episodes, you can at, the official website of Jon Harder.

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