TSC From the Vault: Kurt Angle

It’s time to open the vault one more time as bring you a classic TSC interview with Lee Tyers and Andy Evans. In the hot seat this time is the WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle.

This interview was conducted on location here in the UK, and was promoting the first ever UK tour, the Midway video game and the televison deal on Bravo. Angle was the reigning TNA World Heavyweight Champion at the time of recording and this was a completely open interview where he shared his views and opinions on everything from the differences of the X Division compared to the Cruiserweights and why he and Booker T jumped ship to TNA.

This is a classic interview and one we hope you enjoy

About TSC
The Squared Circle Radio Show, was one of the pioneers of internet wrestling radio shows. Broadcast from Bournemouth, UK it was the brainchild of Lee Tyers who managed the entire operation including all of the production which you hear. On the show’s second episode, Lee welcomed Andy and the rest became history.

During there time on air, Lee and Andy interviewed some of the most iconic and legendary wrestling performers, as well as winning multiple awards for the TSC podcast including “Best New Show, Best Male and Female Interviews” at the Wrestling Radio Awards. At the conclusion of TSC’s run, Lee and Andy continued their partnership by launching several new projects including the “Legends and Champions Podcasr” and the “Ministry of Slam”.

At the conclusion of 2009, Lee and Andy went their seperate ways, Lee continued with MOS until it’s closure and Andy set up the “Total Wrestling Show” which ran up until 2016.

After taking a break, Lee returned to the airwaves in January 2021 reforming the Ministry of Slam with co-host Lawrence Case, this time on Twitch and YouTube, bringing a whole new audience to their platform.

Andy remained podcasting but moved away from professional wrestling to focus on entertainment and business. He currently hosts three main podcasts including “The HR Show”, “2 Men and Their Mics” and of course “Retro Chat”.

Check out the Ministry of Slam by visiting their website at this link

Visit the Retro Chat website for more retro podcasts by visting this link

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