SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 24: Referee CB Cochran lies passed out in the corner of the ring after a championship bout during the AWF Dojo Wrestling night July 24, 2004 in Sydney, Australia. For this group of die-hard sports professionals who spend most Saturdays training and wrestling in a small dojo in Sydney's South West. It's a ritual that goes way beyond dedication reaching into the realm of obsession. Founded in 1999, the AWF has now grown to over fifty professional wrestlers Australia wide. Hosting regular bout nights across the country, means these guys get a chance to do things they don't normally get to do, the blood is real and injuries happen, often. After starting a school for wrestling six years ago, AWF founder Greg Bowden has trained more than fifty pro wrestlers, in a bid to help promote the sport and build a substantial fan base. Unlike America's WWE group, which is broadcast regularly around the world via cable television, the AWF, despite numerous attempts, have been unable to secure television broadcast support, which constantly hampers the sport's promotion, keeping crowd numbers down and the group confined to low cost venues and shows. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

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Nate takes a stroll down memory lane of when he first went to a wrestling event, plus Joe and Robbie create their own Superstar’s in WWE2k19 so join Nate’s universe of wrestling.

Nate’s been hooked with WWE2k19 lately and brings his PlayStation 4 in to make Joe and Robbie create a Superstar to join his roster of wrestlers alongside Norris’. While they do this Nate recalls the first time he ever went to a live wrestling event and he and the other other guys talk wrestling in all its forms.