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Podcast – The Military Industrial Suplex

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Join Tom Batista as he attempts to tackle this question and explore the complex world of pro wrestling culture, current events, and other important pro wrestling related topics.

Latest Episodes

MISE24: Sangaria Summer Nights

EIn this episode of the Military Industrial Suplex, Tom is joined by the Rich Latta. Rich is the co-host of One Nation Radio, a freelance writer, music producer, and a proud member of the Social Suplex Podcast Network. In this episode, Tom speaks with Rich about linguistic intergroup bias, the progressive prosecution paradox, AEW, the appreciation of the performance over the concept, pro wrestling in a post-truth world, blonde women athletes, earnest practices in diversity & inclusion, and more.

87 MINJUN 2
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MISE24: Sangaria Summer Nights

MISE23: Impervious to His Charms

EIn this episode of The Military Industrial Suplex ,Tom is joined by author Kenny Casanova. They discuss Kenny's creative process, memorable ribs, working with Hall of Fame wrestlers, Vader, getting the best out of Sabu, airplane etiquette for big men, Wrestlecon, and more!

-1 sAPR 30
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MISE23: Impervious to His Charms

MISE22: Charting The Territories

EIn this episode of The Military Industrial Suplex, Tom speaks with Al Getz about pro wrestling statics, Al's Charting The Territories blog, big data, including the human element within media technologies, black box data models, the social media influencer paradox, pro wrestling journalism, Al's crazy suits, and other topics!

-1 sMAR 13
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MISE22: Charting The Territories

MISE21: Billy Jack Haynes

EIn this episode of The Military Industrial Suplex, Tom is joined by the outspoken and oftentimes controversial Billy Jack Haynes.The two discuss many topics including, The Oregon Wrestling Federation, Don Owen, the Portland territory in the 80's, Chael Sonnen, The "Boys on the Tracks" Murders, working with Keith Rounsavall, Billy Jack's infamous RF video shoot interview, and more! The "Kanye West of Pro Wrestling" holds nothing back in this candid interview that offers a rare glimpse into the mind of Billy Jack Haynes.

-1 sJAN 29
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MISE21: Billy Jack Haynes

MISE20: Attempts to Keep It Somewhat Real In Memphis

EIn the season finale of The Military Industrial Suplex, Tom is joined by pro wrestling fiction author Stevie Pearson. The two discuss Stevie's book "Real In Memphis" as well as the makings involved in creating the tale of territory, treachery, and turbulence. In addition, the two touch on wrestling fiction, curative and transformative spaces in pro wrestling fan fiction, writing challenging stories without challenging language and more!

-1 s2018 DEC 27
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MISE20: Attempts to Keep It Somewhat Real In Memphis

MISE19: Killin’ at the Soda Shop

EIn this episode of The Military Industrial Suplex, Tom is joined by Australia’s own Stacey O’ Loughlin to discuss Stacey’s Diva’s Deep Dive, feminist theory, straw feminism, WWE’s Revolution, narrative […]

-1 s2018 NOV 27
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MISE19: Killin’ at the Soda Shop

MISE18: The Antumbra of Chattanooga

EIn this episode of The Military Industrial Suplex, Tom speaks with Dylan Hales about the ideologic shift that happens when working in the pro wrestling business. They discuss mental health, consumer re-conditioning, the fate of destination events, kayfabe, SCI, Making The Towns, current and past indie trends, the importance of local color in today's indie scene, Dylan's favorite cake and more!

-1 s2018 NOV 5
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MISE18: The Antumbra of Chattanooga

MISE17: Loss In New York

EIn this episode of The Military Industrial Suplex, Tom is joined by one of the architects of Pro Wrestling Only, Charles Williams. They discuss free speech, the morality of social media mobs, the capitalist art of deception under the guise of philanthropy, John Berger's The Way of Seeing and its relation to the critique of women's wrestling, mechanical reproduction relating to the appreciation pro wrestling aesthetics, Neoliberalism, and more.

-1 s2018 OCT 4
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MISE17: Loss In New York

MISE16: Cornbread, Nitro, and Me

EIn this episode of the Military Industrial Suplex, Tom is joined by author Guy Evans to discuss Guy's new book, NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW. In addition to a focused discussion on the WCW Nitro television show, Guy and Tom touch on nostalgia, the constantly evolving definition of effort, technology's impact on wrestling consumption, fan investment, Vince Russo and more.

-1 s2018 SEP 4
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MISE16: Cornbread, Nitro, and Me

MISE15: The Picture of Pierre Carl Ouellet

EIn this episode of The Military Industrial Suplex, Tom is joined by the Juan Ponce de León of pro wrestling: PCO. Theydiscuss PCO’s new found success as well asPCO'sadventures ahead. PCO shares his thoughts on match structure, Joey Janela, social media, Matt Riddle, Impact Wrestling, and what inspireshim creatively, spiritually, and emotionally.

-1 s2018 JUN 25
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MISE15: The Picture of Pierre Carl Ouellet

Latest Episodes

MISE24: Sangaria Summer Nights

EIn this episode of the Military Industrial Suplex, Tom is joined by the Rich Latta. Rich is the co-host of One Nation Radio, a freelance writer, music producer, and a proud member of the Social Suplex Podcast Network. In this episode, Tom speaks with Rich about linguistic intergroup bias, the progressive prosecution paradox, AEW, the appreciation of the performance over the concept, pro wrestling in a post-truth world, blonde women athletes, earnest practices in diversity & inclusion, and more.

87 MINJUN 2
Comments
MISE24: Sangaria Summer Nights

MISE23: Impervious to His Charms

EIn this episode of The Military Industrial Suplex ,Tom is joined by author Kenny Casanova. They discuss Kenny's creative process, memorable ribs, working with Hall of Fame wrestlers, Vader, getting the best out of Sabu, airplane etiquette for big men, Wrestlecon, and more!

-1 sAPR 30
Comments
MISE23: Impervious to His Charms

MISE22: Charting The Territories

EIn this episode of The Military Industrial Suplex, Tom speaks with Al Getz about pro wrestling statics, Al's Charting The Territories blog, big data, including the human element within media technologies, black box data models, the social media influencer paradox, pro wrestling journalism, Al's crazy suits, and other topics!

-1 sMAR 13
Comments
MISE22: Charting The Territories

MISE21: Billy Jack Haynes

EIn this episode of The Military Industrial Suplex, Tom is joined by the outspoken and oftentimes controversial Billy Jack Haynes.The two discuss many topics including, The Oregon Wrestling Federation, Don Owen, the Portland territory in the 80's, Chael Sonnen, The "Boys on the Tracks" Murders, working with Keith Rounsavall, Billy Jack's infamous RF video shoot interview, and more! The "Kanye West of Pro Wrestling" holds nothing back in this candid interview that offers a rare glimpse into the mind of Billy Jack Haynes.

-1 sJAN 29
Comments
MISE21: Billy Jack Haynes

MISE20: Attempts to Keep It Somewhat Real In Memphis

EIn the season finale of The Military Industrial Suplex, Tom is joined by pro wrestling fiction author Stevie Pearson. The two discuss Stevie's book "Real In Memphis" as well as the makings involved in creating the tale of territory, treachery, and turbulence. In addition, the two touch on wrestling fiction, curative and transformative spaces in pro wrestling fan fiction, writing challenging stories without challenging language and more!

-1 s2018 DEC 27
Comments
MISE20: Attempts to Keep It Somewhat Real In Memphis

MISE19: Killin’ at the Soda Shop

EIn this episode of The Military Industrial Suplex, Tom is joined by Australia’s own Stacey O’ Loughlin to discuss Stacey’s Diva’s Deep Dive, feminist theory, straw feminism, WWE’s Revolution, narrative […]

-1 s2018 NOV 27
Comments
MISE19: Killin’ at the Soda Shop

MISE18: The Antumbra of Chattanooga

EIn this episode of The Military Industrial Suplex, Tom speaks with Dylan Hales about the ideologic shift that happens when working in the pro wrestling business. They discuss mental health, consumer re-conditioning, the fate of destination events, kayfabe, SCI, Making The Towns, current and past indie trends, the importance of local color in today's indie scene, Dylan's favorite cake and more!

-1 s2018 NOV 5
Comments
MISE18: The Antumbra of Chattanooga

MISE17: Loss In New York

EIn this episode of The Military Industrial Suplex, Tom is joined by one of the architects of Pro Wrestling Only, Charles Williams. They discuss free speech, the morality of social media mobs, the capitalist art of deception under the guise of philanthropy, John Berger's The Way of Seeing and its relation to the critique of women's wrestling, mechanical reproduction relating to the appreciation pro wrestling aesthetics, Neoliberalism, and more.

-1 s2018 OCT 4
Comments
MISE17: Loss In New York

MISE16: Cornbread, Nitro, and Me

EIn this episode of the Military Industrial Suplex, Tom is joined by author Guy Evans to discuss Guy's new book, NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW. In addition to a focused discussion on the WCW Nitro television show, Guy and Tom touch on nostalgia, the constantly evolving definition of effort, technology's impact on wrestling consumption, fan investment, Vince Russo and more.

-1 s2018 SEP 4
Comments
MISE16: Cornbread, Nitro, and Me

MISE15: The Picture of Pierre Carl Ouellet

EIn this episode of The Military Industrial Suplex, Tom is joined by the Juan Ponce de León of pro wrestling: PCO. Theydiscuss PCO’s new found success as well asPCO'sadventures ahead. PCO shares his thoughts on match structure, Joey Janela, social media, Matt Riddle, Impact Wrestling, and what inspireshim creatively, spiritually, and emotionally.

-1 s2018 JUN 25
Comments
MISE15: The Picture of Pierre Carl Ouellet