Monday, September 28, 2009

Jenni Carlson on The Sean Kilkelly Show

Sports columnist Jenni Carlson of The Oklahoman joined me on the show last night to discuss the status of Sooners' quarterback Sam Bradford. Carlson also gave her thoughts on what she has seen so far this season in college football. The link to the show is here.

Nicole Hart on The Sean Kilkelly Show

Blues singer Nicole Hart joined me on the show last night to talk about her career, influences and future plans. The link to the show is here. If you want to buy her most recent CD, Treasure, you can click this.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Nick Fox on The Sean Kilkelly Show

Nick Fox of WGCH Radio in Greenwich, Conn. was nice enough to join me for the latter portion of my show on Sunday night. We talked Philadelphia Eagles and T.N.A. Wrestling. The first part of the show I discussed the NFL, college football and some boxing. The link is here.

Monday, September 14, 2009

Tommy Dee on The Sean Kilkelly Show

Tommy Dee of joined me on last night's show to discuss the Knicks, NFL, College Football and baseball. Here is the link to the show and past shows, as well.

Harts vs. Steiners

Every once in a while, I find something on the Internet that I find to be worthwhile. The above video is of Bret and Owen Hart taking on Rick and Scott Steiner back in 1994. Talk about a dream matchup!

Friday, September 11, 2009

Remember 9/11


2,998 deaths

6,291 injured

No other song encapsulates my feelings about September 11 as this Who classic. A few weeks after the attacks, The Who performed “Won’t Get Fooled Again” along with three other songs at the Concert for New York City, which was a star-studded event at Madison Square Garden honoring the first responders of September 11, 2001.

Friday, September 04, 2009

W.W.E. Grabs Another R.O.H. Star

Ring of Honor this morning announced that former R.O.H. Champion Nigel McGuinness has signed on with the W.W.E. This is another big loss for R.O.H. and follows Bryan Danielson's move to the W.W.E.. I recently wrote here that there were rumors that W.W.E. was going to raid the roster of Ring of Honor after R.O.H. decided to air their weekly show on Monday nights at 8 as a lead-in to Raw. That was a rumor and I'm not going to call it an official raid after just two signings, but where there is smoke there could be fire. We'll see.

What the W.W.E. gets in McGuinness is a solid in-ring talent that knows how to get under a crowd's skin. At the end of the Ring of Honor show I saw last year, McGuinness stood in the middle of the ring all alone with the R.O.H. Title on his shoulder and was being booed like I have never seen anyone booed before! I could definitely see him fitting in on E.C.W. with William Regal's new faction.