Jim Cornette, the classic and irrepressible pro wrestling personality and deep thinker, invited me onto his podcast this week, and I was delighted to accept.
The interview will be recorded Tuesday. My main concern is that neither Jim nor I will be able to contain our predilections for not being outspoken enough. In preparation, I’m practicing forehand swings with an old tennis racket.
Cornette last month had a good discussion about the Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka murder case in Pennsylvania with Dave Meltzer, publisher of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. The link to that complete podcast is http://mlwradio.com/jim-cornette-experience-94-dave-meltzer/. Those of you interested in just Cornette and Meltzer on Snuka can get that portion of the audio here: http://muchnick.net/cornettemeltzer.mp3.
In addition, SLAM! Wrestling, the Canadian site, is scheduled to publish Monday a piece by me headlined, “We’re Beginning to Learn Ugly Truths About the 32-Year Delay in Jimmy Snuka’s Murder Indictment.”
The 2013 ebook, JUSTICE DENIED: The Untold Story of Nancy Argentino’s Death in Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka’s Hotel Room, annotates our original article and benefits a women’s shelter in Nancy’s memory. You can order the ebook for $2.99 on Amazon Kindle (http://amzn.com/B00CPTP6VM) or a PDF copy by email (send $2.99 via PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org). One hundred percent of the proceeds are donated by the Argentino family, in Nancy’s memory, to the women’s shelter in development at the Salerno, Italy, church Centro Evangelical dei Fratelli.