Monster Factory Radio Now Available on ProWrestling.com; Catch the First Episode Talking WWE Performance Center & More

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ProWrestling.com is excited to announce a new partnership with Monster Factory Radio, an incredible weekly podcast featuring world-class trainer and owner of the “World Famous Monster Factory” Danny Cage, along with his co-host Adam Gorzelsky.

On this week’s show, Dan and Adam discuss the effectiveness of the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, whether or not pro wrestlers need to “look the part”, the dedication Dan requires from his students in order to succeed in the business, as well as the Dan’s recent retirement match. Check it out in the player above.

We are also happy to announce that ProWrestling.com has started a brand new iTunes channel, which you can subscribe to right now COMPLETELY FREE on iTunes or using the iOS Podcast app. Not an iOS user? If you’d like to see Monster Factory Radio and all our great shows on another platform, let us know in the comments section below or by emailing [email protected] to let us know.

ABOUT

The World Famous Monster Factory in Paulsboro, New Jersey builds careers in professional wrestling. It was first opened in 1983 by “Pretty Boy” Larry Sharpe and “Nature Boy” Buddy Rogers, the first ever WWWF World Heavyweight Champion and a member of the WWE Hall of Fame. The school’s stellar track record speaks for itself, producing legendary names such as King Kong Bundy, Bam Bam Bigelow, Raven and Tony Atlas, as well as modern stars like Sonjay Dutt and current WWE Superstar Sheamus.

Danny Cage, a former pupil of Larry Sharpe’s, purchased the Monster Factory in 2011. Cage has been featured on The Steve Austin Show, and his training methods have been credited with changing how many others in the business train. Recent graduates include NXT Superstar Steve Cutler, former MMA fighter and top Evolve Wrestling star Matt Riddle, Ring of Honor’s Punishment Martinez and QT Marshall, who has gone on to form his own training school called The Power Factory in Georgia.

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