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Tights and Fights Bonus Ep. 8: Kia Stevens on being a wrestler and playing one on TV

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Mike, Kia, Danielle and Hal
Guests: 
Hal Lublin
Guests: 
Danielle Radford
Guests: 
Mike Eagle
Guests: 
Kia Stevens

Welcome to our special EXTRA episode as part of the Max Fun Drive!

Hal, Danielle and Mike are joined by Kia Stevens. Stevens has wrestled around the world as Awesome Kong and Amazing Kong. She also wrestled for WWE under the name Karma where she was one of three women who entered the original Royal Rumble. Between all of the promotions she’s appeared at, she’s won a total of 13 championships.

But these days, she might be more well known for playing Tamme’ “The Welfare Queen” Dawson for the Netflix series “GLOW”

She tells the team all about the highlights of her career, what it’s like to teach a group of actors how to wrestle, and why her career in acting all got started when she was passed over for the lead role a grade-school play.

Hosted by Hal Lublin, Danielle Radford , Mike Eagle.

Produced by Julian Burrell for Maximum Fun.

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Tights and Fights Ep 3: Peak Wrestling (and Other Fulfilled Desires)

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Guests: 
Hal Lublin
Guests: 
Danielle Radford
Guests: 
Mike Eagle

On this week's episode of Tights and Fights, the leaders of the Nation of Conversation take a look at whether 12+ hours of wrestling in one weekend means there's too much content for anyone to possibly consume... and whether they will any way.

Plus, TNA's got a new president: Billy Corgan (Yeah the Smashing Pumpkins guy). They'll break down what went wrong in the Impact Zone and how TNA can hook them again as wrestling viewers.

All that and a look at why people in the crowd think they can jump into the ring during a live event, the team's favorite Summerslam moments and whether or not WWE should be giving away PPV attractions on free TV.

Hosted by Hal Lublin, Danielle Radford and Mike Eagle.

Produced by Julian Burrell.

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The Three Count:

Danielle put over the heckler in Dolph Ziggler's opening promo.

Mike put over Nia Jax's banter after she shoved a local wrestler out of the ring.

Hal put over Heath Slater's continued quest for a contract on Raw and Smackdown.

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