The Pro Wrestling Roundtable Podcast Episode 66 – The Holiday Special 2017!

Pro Wrestling Roundtable Ep 66

To celebrate the season we start the show off with a song with Dusty & Friends with their version of Jingle Bells. John and Richard are again without their pal Jonathan William who is busy in Atlantawood but don’t fret he will return for the next show! They are joined by good friends of the show, Jeff Yelton and the ever hilarious Joe Crowe. For tonights episode they talk about their favorite holiday memories in wrestling. Everything from the Christmas Creature to Golddust dressed up like a Christmas tree and even talk the more serious side of the holidays with Tribute To The Troops.

We also have a Patreon account that you can get extra content while supporting The Pro Wrestling Roundtable Podcast! You will get extra Podcasts, Original Articles written by your favorite podcast regulars and envelopes that include original wrestling themed drawings, wrestling trading cards, DVDs, and other goodies if you really want to get everything we can give you from the roundtable!

The ESO PRO CREW wants to hear from YOU! Email us at with your thoughts, opinions, or questions! We are now on twitter so follow us @esopropodcast to get news and updates!

Show Links

The Pro Wrestling Roundtable Archives
BE A PWR CHAMPION @
Jonathan Williams
John Morgan Neal’s Western W/ Chuck Dixon, Sidewinders Book One: Snakehand

Find Richard @nerdylaser on YouTube, Twitter, InstaGram & The Nerdy Laser Podcast on iTunes.

ESO Network Sponsors

GEEK CHIC IS THE NEW … CHIC
COME TO THE GEEK SIDE. WE HAVE THE BEST SWAG

Support Us

A Dollar a month keeps us in orbit. Trust us it’s better that way.

Ways to Listen

Sign Up for the ESO Newsletter

WE HARDLY EVER SEND THEM OUT BUT WHEN WE DO THEY ARE AWESOME

ESO Network Archives

Archives

No matter where you go here you are

Follow the ESO Network

You didn't come this far to only come this far

Contact Us

    Remember any comment made today will be the tomorrow you worried about yesterday

    <-- see them in a pretty grid