DIY le Donnie - Netflix
A DIY series which is presented by Donnie MacLeod.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 50 minutes
DIY le Donnie - Live Audio Wrestling - Netflix
Live Audio Wrestling (also known as The LAW) was a Canadian sports radio talk show hosted by “The Mouth” Dan Lovranski and Jason Agnew. The program primarily covered news and events surrounding professional wrestling (such as WWE) and mixed martial arts. First premiering in May 1997 as an internet radio show, The LAW later shifted to conventional radio on several stations in the Toronto area, and moved to CHUM in 2011, where it remained until its cancellation on October 30, 2017. A new video podcast series, also called Live Audio Wrestling, is set to air as part of Impact Wrestling's Twitch platform. Most of the shows making up the original Live Audio Wrestling have since migrated to a new website, known as “Post Wrestling”.
DIY le Donnie - Japanese Audio Wrestling - Netflix
Japanese Audio Wrestling is a monthly podcast hosted by Chris Charlton and WH Park, both having previously contributed to various LAW-related shows and podcasts, focusing in on Japanese wrestling. The first episode was posted on August 1, 2012. New host Jojo Remy joined the show on the January 6th, 2017, replacing the leaving pair of Chris Charlton & WH Park. From the 2017 April 3 edition WH Park has made a number of returning guest appearances. Although put on hiatus with the shutdown of the LAW in October 2017, as part of the launch of Post Wrestling, it was announced that Japanese Audio Wrestling would continue under the Post Wrestling banner with a new name, with no specified timeframe for a relaunch. G1 Climax podcast Related to Japanese Audio Wrestling is the LAW's daily coverage of the G1 Climax tournament each year, with John Pollock recapping most days of the tournament and Chris Charlton and WH Park recapping the remaining days of the tournament.
DIY le Donnie - References - Netflix