Living in Sinn

Nick Cvjetkovich has always had a creative imagination, something the man known in the wrestling world as Sinn Bodhi attributes to his childhood. Cvjetkovich, you see, who is more wildly known for his run as Kizarny in World Wrestling Entertainment, spent a good chunk of his younger years reading comics and watching – you guessed it – pro wrestling. Add to that the fact that both his mother and father were martial arts experts and it’s not difficult to…

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Chinlock Radio Ep 11: Jimmy Korderas

Former WWE Referee of over 20 years, Jimmy Korderas, joins Sideshow and Jan to talk about his career with the WWE, Aftermath, and his book “The Three Count: My Life In Stripes As A WWE Referee”   https://www.chinlock.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Chinlock-Radio-ep-11-Jimmy-Korderas.mp3   Buy Jimmy’s book “The Three Count: My Life In Stripes As A WWE Referee” HERE   Sideshow

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FROM THE ARCHIVES: Jan interviews the manbeast Rhino

    In wrestling circles, he’s known simply as Rhino. I’m not sure any man has ever boasted a more appropriate moniker. The man behind the so-called manbeast is Terry Gerin; a six-foot- two, 270-pound mountain of a man, who is built just like a, well, rhino. Rhino’s finishing move, The Gore, resembles a spear, in which he barrels opponents over, his head down, burying his shoulder in their midsection, essentially snapping them in two along the way. Imagine a…

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Chinlock Radio ep 6: Ron Hutchison

Ron Hutchison trained the likes of, WWE Hall Of Famers, Trish Stratus and Edge among many others to come out of Canada, and he joins Sideshow and Jan to tell his story. https://www.chinlock.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Chinlock-Radio-ep-6-Ron-Hutchison.mp3 Sideshow

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FROM THE ARCHIVES: One-on-one with Edge

Edge’s career can be defined by any number of things. You need look no further than the Canadian-born legend’s pro wrestling resume: * An 11-time World Wrestling Entertainment World Champion; * One of the most decorated superstars in WWE history, having captured 31 championships in a career that spanned some 15 years; * He was an integral part (along with his best friend Christian) of one of the greatest — if not the greatest — eras of tag-team wrestling in…

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AN EXTREME ORIGINAL REPUBLISHED: Tommy Dreamer’s 8th column

 Most of the professionals wrestlers I have met during my 20-plus-year career have all shared a common dream. We got hooked on wrestling by a certain wrestler and we wanted to follow in that person’s footsteps. We would all emulate our favourite superstar with our friends growing up. Most of those friends would grow up and pursue other things, but some eir path to making it in the wrestling world. The road each individual takes to achieving that dream…

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FROM THE ARCHIVES: Good ol’ JR (06/28/2003)

Note from Chinlock.com: In another article from the archives, Jan Murphy had the opportunity to speak with one of the most important people in the history of professional wrestling, Good ol’ JR, Jim Ross.  Ross’ influence is still felt on the business today, and this interview gives an in-depth look how important he was, and continues to be to the history of professional wrestling. This article was originally published in The Kingston Whig Standard on 06/28/2003. —————————————————————————– He’s Vince…

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Talented Trainer Continues to Give Back

This article was originally published in the Kingston Whig-Standard on Wednesday, December 12, 2013. One thing becomes crystal clear when speaking with legendary pro wrestling trainer Ron Hutchison: the man was born to teach. In his nearly 30-year career in and around professional wrestling, Hutchison has helped usher in some of the most successful and decorated wrestling superstars in history. Stars such as Adam Copeland, a.k.a. Edge, Trish Stratus, Jason Reso (Christian), Gail Kim, Traci Brooks, Tiger Ali Singh,…

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