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Friday, July 28, 2006
Featured guests include wrestling legend Dan Gable, Mario Mercado of Double Sport Competition Apparel, Jason Bryant of Intermat, and myself.
Takedown Radio airs on AM 1460 KXNO in Iowa and 101.5 FM KRRW in Minnesota. It can also be heard everywhere online for free by clicking right here.
The show runs from 9 AM to 11:00 AM CDT/10 AM to 12 Noon EDT. It is hosted by veteran wrestling journalist Scott Casber.
Here is the Takedown Radio press release about this show:
"America's Wrestling Radio Talk Show"
This week on Takedown Radio Dan Gable, Mercado, Jason Bryant, Eddie Goldman
This Saturday's TDR will be dedicated to the memory and strength of Don Dickason.
Don Dickason, Cornell class of '59 passed away in the hospital July 17, 2006, following complications from a heart attack he suffered in April of this year.
Don won the 167 pound title at the NCAA tournament in 1953, and also captured the EIWA crown that year. He was inducted into the Cornell Athletic Hall of Fame in 1987 and was a charter member of the Cornell Wrestling Hall of Distinguished Alumni that started in 2006. Don was one of Cornell's most loyal fans and he will be dearly missed.
Don Dickason June 3, 1931-July 17, 2006
Our guests on this week’s TDR-
Dan Gable- Asst. Head Coach University of Iowa. Dateline Iowa City Iowa..... What's changed, what will change and how are the plans shaping up for a NEW Iowa Hawkeye program.
Mario Mercado- Former Wrestler, Wrestling Ambassador, World Traveler and founder of Double Sport Competition Apparel. Mario will share his view on wrestling around the world. He's been there and done that.
Jason Bryant- Writer and Editor of Intermatwrestle.com. Jason joins us to give us his unique viewpoints, memory pictures and will offer a wrap on Fargo, ND.
Eddie Goldman- This venerable writer, editor, interviewer of all things boxing, wrestling, MMA and more joins us for what I'm sure will be a memorable interview. There appears to be trouble in the world of MMA at least in the UFC camp. Top talent leaving the organization and going elsewhere? Eddie knows and will share his opinions.