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Ring Rust Radio
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Hosted byDonald Wood, Mike Chiari and Brandon Galvin
GenreProfessional wrestling
Length3–4 hours
ProductionDonald Wood
No. of episodes341 (as of October 1, 2017)
Original releaseAugust 6, 2011 – present
Websitehttp://www.blogtalkradio.com/ringrustradio www.ringrustradio.com

Ring Rust Radio is weekly professional wrestling podcast hosted by Bleacher Report wrestling contributors Donald Wood, Mike Chiari and Brandon Galvin. The show was launched on August 6, 2011. Notable guests to appear on the show include Stone Cold Steve Austin, John Cena, Goldberg, Roman Reigns, Shawn Michaels and Jim Ross.[1]


Ring Rust Radio was created by Donald Wood. The first episode aired August 16, 2011. Brandon Galvin became the co-host on September 27, 2011 and Mike Chiari became the third host on May 29, 2012.


Each week, Ring Rust Radio recaps and reviews WWE Raw, WWE SmackDown Live, NXT, NJPW, Ring of Honor Wrestling, Lucha Underground as well as WWE pay-per-views. Additional segments include "Dirt Sheet Busters", where hosts analyze and "bust" wrestling dirt sheet reports, an interview featuring a guest from the professional wrestling industry including wrestlers, former wrestlers, commentators and more, in-house fantasy wrestling standings and fan emails. "Smarks Say the Darndest Things" is a special segment after every WWE pay-per-view where hosts read comments posted by wrestling fans on the internet who were upset with the results.

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