• 12/08/2019 (6:15:31 pm)
  • Bob Mulrenin

Great Lakes Championship Wrestling presented Blizzard Brawl 15: Challenge of the SuperFriends at the Waukesha County Expo Center. As always, the place was packed , but despite the crowd, I managed to see almost all of the wrestling stars.

David Herro is the leader of the #SuperFriends and the father of young wrestler Kal Herro. David puts on fantastic shows and is a really good guy.
When I last saw Angelina Love, she was making an appearance accompanied by her young son. We caught up a bit, talking about her son and “The Beautiful People.”
Al Snow’s wife Jessica is a massage therapist and a real sweetheart. Jessica helped Al at his table, where his book Self Help: Life Lessons from the Bizarre Wrestling Career of Al Snow was available. I highly recommend the book and I hope to eventually get to Louisville tosee Jessica professionally.
Harry Smith remembered me from interviewing him during his time as Resistance Pro Wrestling’s first champ.
My buddy Jim Strong and I were happy to meet All Elite Wrestling’s Luchasaurus and Marko Stunt, who were very gracious all night and extremely over with the crowd.
Of course Rikishi delivered a stinkface (fortunately not to me) and he closed the night dancing with his sons.
It was my first time seeing young Kal Herro wrestle. I have seen Kal grow from a little tyke to a legit wrestler. He was extremely popular with the home state crowd, but he was also very humble and seems to be having a great time. I predict big things for Kal.
WWE Hall of Famer The Godfather always greets me with a big “Hello Jay Leno!” and we have a big laugh. He did lead the Ho Train through the arena during the show.
I usually see the lovely Dana Adiva in the Chicago area, but it is always good to see her anywhere.
Al Snow punching me has become a long-running gag. I think he enjoys it more than I do (if that is possible). Al is really a great guy.
Melina talked about scaling down her wrestling schedule and how much the fans mean to her. She looks in fantastic shape. Her next scheduled match is in April in Oshkosh.
Jay Bradley misses me! I am just grateful he did not deliver his lethal “Boom Stick.” I got to know Jay well during his time with Resistance Pro. 
Dylan “Hornswoggle” Postl was a lot of fun. He sold cool shirts, his book and some Swoggle dolls.
It was a fantastic night of action, filled with so much great wrestling talent. It took bit of logistic juggling, but I only missed getting a picture with Tommy Dreamer (although I did talk to him a bit) and Ken Anderson, who appeared at the end of the show, but didn’t come back out afterwards.
John Wroblewski

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