On today’s episode of the Hot Tag, Kevin sits down with co-founder of The Retro Network, Mickey Yarber. Mickey discusses the origins of TRN, how his own writing began, and so much more. We discuss childhood memories, inside and outdoors. How food brings people together. Putting yourself out there for the world. Of course, there’s some wrestling talk.
This is an honest and open conversation that will leave you wanting to create more and appreciate what you have.
Be sure to follow Mickey on Twitter at Yesterdayville. Check out his site, Retro Ramblings. And of course, subscribe to TRN Time Machine on the Retro Network and bookmark his site for more of Mickey’s thoughts.
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The Retro Network’s own Kevin Decent (@MaskedLibrary) along with his two best friends “Sweet” Matty Treats (@MattyTreats) and Matt “the Educator of Excellence” began The House Show by reviewing WWF’s In Your House pay per view events over the course of the worldwide quarantine. Next, they covered all of the WCW Halloween Havoc events finishing out 2020. In 2021, they went back to WWF for all the Saturday Night’s Main Event shows, until the switch to Peacock. Now while season 3 is paused they pivot to season 4 and will be watching season 3 of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling – available on the Tubi and Pluto apps. This trios team has been watching wrestling all their lives and debating the outcomes since high school. Invite them in your house each week for the main episode on Thursdays and The Run In on Mondays.
Contact The House Show across social media! Follow @TRNHouseShow on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Watch along with seasons 1-3 (eventually) on Peacock. Watch all the In Your House, Halloween Havoc, and now Saturday Night’s Main Event shows plus so much more from the ’80s and ’90s eras including Wrestlemania, Summerslam, and events from other leagues like ECW and NWA. The Peacock app will have all content previously on the WWE Network by SummerSlam in August. Watch along with season 4 on either Tubi or Pluto for free!
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