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Radio Matt

Station Manager of LTN Radio and co-host of "The Back Row Morning Show", Matt originally started as "Back Row Baptist" online, sparking an entire ministry that culminated years later in "Back Row Radio" - now joined forces with Love Thy Nerd to form "LTN Radio". Matt is a third-generation radio station manager who has done pretty much every job in the radio industry. He is also active in the Celebrate Recovery ministry, celebrating over a decade of freedom from past addictions. Matt and his wife Deidra have 2 ornery boys.

Two Words 12 | Heel Turn

John & Radio Matt list the best bad guys in wrestling, the worst bad guys in wrestling, and the most shocking heel turns of all time!

Two Words 11 | Go Home (The WrestleMania Show)

John & Radio Matt give their predictions for the show of shows – the Grand-daddy of them all!

Two Words 10 | Mount Rushmore

John & Radio Matt pick their choices for the 4 slots of Pro-Wrestling’s Mt. Rushmore!

Two Words 9 | Funny People

John & Radio Matt talk about the funniest wrestlers ever, the funniest wrestlers by accident, and the least funny “funny” characters.

Two Words 8 | Finish Him!

John & Radio Matt share the best and worst finishing moves of all time!

Two Words 7 | Bad Gimmicks

John & Radio Matt talk about good wrestlers ruined by bad gimmicks (and those that thrived in spite of them!)

Two Words 6 | Goes Hollywood

In this socially-distanced edition, John & Radio Matt hit the big screen, sharing the best and worst movies with wrestlers! Plus, early Royal Rumble predications and more!

Two Words 5 | Talking Trash (& Title Belt Reveal)

John & Radio Matt decide on the best and worst trash talkers in the biz, ya jabronis! PLUS: The One Chip Challenge & Title Belt Reveal!

Two Words 4 | Holiday Madness

John & Matt discuss wrestling around the holidays, including the good and bad holiday-themed matches and crazy movies cameos.

Two Words 3 | Virus Vacancy

John & Matt talk about the effects that the pandemic has had on wrestling (i.e. vacant arenas) and how promotions have tried to build back.