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Thursday, June 4, 2020

@MixMastaB Interviews Pro Wrestling Superstar Rob Van Dam [@TheRealRVD] On @MMBRadio - LISTEN NOW!! #MMBImpact

Having won over 20 championship titles in his career and wrestled all over the world Rob Van Dam has pretty much done and seen it all yet still to this day continues to perform on almost a daily basis.

Rob took some time out of his day to call into the MMB Radio Podcast to talk about his career, what he is doing during quarantine time but most importantly talking about is RVD CBD product line. Rob was able to break down the science of CBD for those who are new to CBD or confused what CBD and benefits on it's usage.

Be sure to listen to this episode on, Spotify, YouTube, and other streaming platforms.

For more information on RVD CBD log onto and be sure to follow Rob on Twitter @TheRealRVD and his product line at @RVDCBD


Saturday, May 30, 2020

@MixMastaB Interviews Adult XXX Entertainer Ashton Blake [@SexyAshtonBlake] On @MMBRadio - LISTEN NOW!! #MMBXXX

When I first met Ashton Blake years ago at Exxxotica I one expressed how much I liked her work but two how badly I wanted her on the podcast. I had tried numerous times messaging her trying to get her on the show and finally was able to get her to say yes!

Ashton has taken a different route in the adult business then some others but for the most part lives a very laid back lifestyle which is one of the things that makes her so chill. She doesn't get caught up in all the likes and follows on social media (although they are nice). She has an even flow towards her career and in this podcast we talk about what she has done to date and what she has planned for the future.

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Saturday, May 23, 2020

@MixMastaB Interviews Adult XXX Entertainer London River [@LondonCRiver] On @MMBRadio - LISTEN NOW!! #MMBXXX

When I first started following London River on Twitter I was already a fan of her work and very much wanted her on the podcast. What happened after I started following her was mind blowing she followed me back instantly which made me think awesome we can get her on the show right away. After she started following me we NEVER spoke lol. I was starting to think maybe this was a hoax maybe I was being cat fished, but I stayed the course and kept asking. Finally she replied and we agreed on a time and date to have her on.

London has done it all and done it well! We talk about her career how it got started, what her connection with Costa Rico and Chicago and so much more. Be sure to take a listen!

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Saturday, May 16, 2020

Drew Gulak Parts With WWE #MMBWWE

drew gulak released wwe smackdown
CREDIT // SOURCE - Ryan Satin

Pro Wrestling Sheet has confirmed Drew Gulak has parted with WWE.

Gulak’s exit was first speculated on this afternoon when his profile was moved to the alumni section of While the his departure has not been announced publicly, sources tell us he is no longer with the company. PWInsider reports his contract expired, he was not released.

Drew joined WWE in 2016 and has been used as part of the cruiserweight division for the most part.

The 33-year-old’s last match in WWE aired Friday night on SmackDown against Daniel Bryan in a losing effort as part of the Intercontinental title tournament. He had also been teaming with Bryan as of late and acting as his coach, even keeping up the gimmick as recently as this afternoon.

EDITORS NOTE: While sources first told us he had been released, we’ve now learned it would appear as though his contract expired. 

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

@MixMastaB Interviews Adult Entertainer Scarlet Summer [@ScarletSummerxx] On @MMBRadio - LISTEN NOW!! #MMBXXX

I always say what I love the most about having my own podcast is the opportunity to meet and interview people from all walks of life from all over the world. There is so much that is different between us yet so much that is the same and the process of finding it all out in the moment is pretty damn cool!

Scarlet Summer is from British Columbia, Canada and has been successful at owning a career as an adult entertainer. What is the adult business like in the great white north? How many tats does she have? What's the single most stereotypical think people say about Canadians? Guess you will have to tune in and listen eh? lol that probably is one of the stereotypes! 

Be sure to listen here, on YouTube, and now Spotify

Monday, May 11, 2020

WWE Superstar Becky Lynch reveals she’s pregnant on Raw #MMBWWE

The Man is becoming The Mom.

In an announcement that sent shockwaves through the WWE Universe, Becky Lynch revealed that she’s pregnant at the start of Monday Night Raw.

Lynch, who just broke the record for most days as Raw Women’s Champion over the weekend, also revealed that after speaking with WWE officials, the Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match was actually for her title, instead of the usual contract for a title opportunity. Therefore, Asuka is now the champion.

“You go and be a warrior, because I’m going to go be a mother,” Lynch told the new champion in an emotional moment.

Lynch also left the WWE Universe with one last thank you on social media:

Friday, April 24, 2020

Triple H Says WrestleMania Should Move To Two Nights Permanently #MMBMania

WrestleMania 36 Logo Revealed; See The Tampa Bay Buccaneers ...
CREDIT // SOURCE - Jason Ounpraseuth 

Corey Graves interviewed Triple H on After The Bell to talk about WrestleMania and his experience watching it as it was the first time it was held in the Performance Center with no fans. Graves asked Triple H if he ever imagined that the Performance Center would one day be used to host a WrestleMania.

"After the first two shows and the live Smackdown, the first one, it seems like this barrage of just events happening," Triple H said. "The moment in time when I walked in there and they had now transferred it from the kind of Raw and SmackDown set to repositioning everything, and I got in there in the giant WrestleMania sign that Kevin Owens would end up jumping off of was in the Performance Center. It was surreal and just, I don't know, a crazy experience.

"I called Canyon, who runs development for me, and we were talking. I remember the moment walking into that building for the first time when we were scouting locations, and it was like a knickknack store from like a importer from Korea or something. It was all these like shelves to the ceiling of these knickknacks as far as you could see, and I remember walking in there and just rows and rows and rows and rows of all this stuff. If you would have said to me, in that moment in time, it's a nice building right? We'll have WrestleMania in here in a few years. You're out of your mind, but here we are. I can't recall anything crazier."

Graves asked Triple H about things that he liked from WrestleMania this year. Triple H gave credit to Rhea Ripley for putting on a great match with no crowd at such a young age as she was getting more comfortable working in front of a crowd.

"It's hard for me, at this point in my career, to imagine going out there in front of nobody and trying to pull that energy and that level of performance. Imagine if you're Kevin Owens, just climb up that thing 30 feet, just fall off there and land on that table, just do it. That takes something special to go out there and have that performance. You here Rock talk about that and you know it. The the electricity and the connection between our fans and what we do, there's nothing like it," Triple H said. "I thought Charlotte and Rhea Ripley had an amazing match, and to me, I think Rhea Ripley, 22 years old, you're just kind of getting to where you're starting to feel comfortable with crowds. Then they take the crowd away and go like do it again."

Along with the Boneyard Match, the Firefly Fun House Match created a lot of buzz at WrestleMania. Triple H called the match an acid trip and gave credit to John Cena and Bray Wyatt for taking it as far as they did.

"Man, my hats off to everybody that was a part of it from a cinematic scope as well. The Fun House, I just knew conceptually what the thought was. Everybody that I would ask like, 'hey, how'd that go?' I'd get the same response, 'people are either gonna love it or hate it.' I was like really? And most of the people that shot it were like, 'I have no idea what we shot,' because it's it all goes together. Like if it all goes together well, it might be awesome, might be the worst thing anybody's ever seen. I kept getting that. I was like, oh my God. I didn't know what to expect. It's like this crazy acid trip," Triple H admitted. "You talk about reinventing and getting outside the box, my hats off to Cena on that. To get outside the box of your own character and everything that you've done and be that self aware and be okay with putting that out there for everybody and Bray as well, it was a crazy trip, and it just delivered something completely unique and business changing."

Triple H has talked about the idea of a holding WrestleMania for more than one day before, and he elaborated more on the idea. He compared WrestleMania to a festival with all of the events that happen around WrestleMania.

"Well, I mean my opinion is my opinion, but I think it was much more enjoyable than the eight-hour extravaganza," Triple H admitted. "I think at some point that is probably what it should be. It's just become so big. When you think about it, in a way, it started out as a concert that ended up being a festival, and it's this week-long thing. When you think about it in that manner now, you know, the Thursday would have been Hall of Fame, Friday was Smackdown, Saturday was going to be Takeover, Sunday would have been WrestleMania [and] Monday would have been RAW. It's a week-long festival, and I think that big main-stage attraction needs to be those two nights and it'd be this weekend of events.

"I do think that's probably a change that that out of chaos comes the genius and maybe that is the genius of it. And I know there's been people saying that for a period of time, but that's a major shift, and it doesn't come easy. I think people in the world look at stuff like that. They go, 'why don't they just make it two nights?' Yeah, because that's really easy. There you go two nights."

Velveteen Dream Comments On Allegations #MMBNXT

Be assured I did not communicate inappropriately with anyone. A private photo of mine was shared without my consent or knowledge and I am working with a third party to look into this matter.



Velveteen Dream is getting a big spotlight on WWE NXT television. Dream is getting the wrong kind of attention this time.

A user on Reddit claims that Velveteen Dream sent explicit messages to them. He apparently posted that his “DMs were open” on his Instagram stories. Then he started sending nude photos to users.

You can read the Reddit post below. It has since been deleted, but the post claims that some girls Velveteen Dream sent photos to were underage. Calls were allegedly made as well where she was able to ID his voice.

He posted on his Instagram story that his DM’s were open and now he’s genuinely sending my friends and I messages of a $exual nature. I’d like to think it’s a hacker but I don’t know. How do I begin to approach this? How do I contact WWE? I have proof.”

This is what happened with Velveteen Dream

Edit: he blocked me on Instagram after I wouldn’t send him an uncensored n*de pic back

Edit: I’m really worried about all this. Does anyone have legal advice or whatnot? I’m thinking of deleting this all and getting it to police instead :/

Edit: I’m 17, my friends are 15 and 16

Edit: the evidence that it is him is as follows – his phone number is Washington area code, his voice in the calls was accurate, it was off of his verified Instagram account and the picture he sent is believable”

It hasn’t been confirmed whether Dream himself sent the pictures, or his account was hacked. He still has to make a comment on the situation.

Some are claiming that this was a hacker situation. 

At this time there has been no official response regarding this situation from Velveteen Dream or WWE.

Thursday, April 23, 2020

Fred The Godson Has Passed Away From COVID-19 #MMBMusic #MMBCovid

Remembering Fred The Godson
Rapper Fred the Godson has died from coronavirus complications ... according to people very close to him.

The Bronx MC -- popular for tracks like "Toast To That" with Jadakiss and "Doves Fly" featuring Pusha T -- died a couple weeks after announcing he had contracted COVID -19.

Fred revealed his diagnosis on April 6 when he posted a photo from the hospital while wearing an oxygen mask to help him breathe. He asked his fans for prayers and support.

Days later, his wife told local media outlets that doctors were weening the rapper off his ventilator. It seemed like a good sign, but she also said he would have an uphill battle to recover and be released.

It's unclear if he was ever released from the hospital.

DJ Clark Kent remembered his friend's skills, saying ... "His wordplay was INCREDIBLE. He was easily one of the most dangerous MC’s around. Lately he was battling this horrible virus. Today he lost the fight • Rest In Power To One Of My Favorite MC’s."

The Godson, AKA Gordo, was 35.


Friday, April 17, 2020

@MixMastaB Interviews Adult XXX Entertainer Tyler Faith [@tylerfaith4real] On @MMBRadio - AVAILABLE NOW! #MMBXXX

A veteran in the adult business Tyler Faith has seen and done things most could only look up on wikipedia. Tyler took some time to call us from her home in Boston to talk about how she is dealing with her stay at home orders, her life in the business, and we had to talk about the elephant in the room Tom Brady!

Be sure to check out this podcast and check out the YouTube channel by clicking HERE

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@MixMastaB Interviews Adult XXX Entertainer Maria Jade [@Model_MariaJade] On @MMBRadio - AVAILABLE NOW! #MMBXXX

Maria Jade is one of the most unique guests I have had on the MMB Radio Podcast. I mention it right from the beginning she is on another level! Seriously watch 5 minutes of her work and you too will be saying WOW!

Maria called us late one night to talk about her career, life, and future projects. This is one you do not want to miss.

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Adult Performer Sofia Moon Passes at 20 #MMBXXX


LOS ANGELES — Performer Sofia Moon passed away on Thursday, according to social media reports from close friends and her publicist James Bartholet.

According to Bartholet, she passed away last night in Wisconsin, where she was spending the quarantine with family.

The starlet had been active in the industry since 2018, having been represented by Hussie Models and, since early 2019, 101 Models and later Society 15.

Industry source IAFD records her age as 20 years old and her place of origin as Madison, Wisconsin.

During her brief career, Moon shot for companies like Girls Gone Wild, Bang Bros, Cherry Pimps and Jules Jordan Video.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

Thursday, April 16, 2020

WWE Hall of Famer Howard Finkel passes away #MMBWWE

The wrestling world is saddened to learn that Howard Finkel has passed away at age 69.

When considering the greatest ring announcers in the history of sports and sports-entertainment, you’d be hard-pressed to name one better than Howard Finkel. A native of Newark, NJ, “The Fink” — a label that had been attached affectionately to Howard over the years — made his ring announcing debut at Madison Square Garden in 1977 for WWE’s predecessor, WWWF.

By 1979, Finkel was the full-time ring announcer for WWWF, and when WWE was established in 1980, The Fink became the first — and eventually longest-serving — employee. Finkel’s distinctive voice was instantly recognizable, and for more than two decades Superstars such as The Ultimate Warrior, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and more would have a title victory marked by The Fink’s signature call, “and NNNEEEWWW World Champion!” 

Despite being a ring announcer, Finkel didn’t shy away from in-ring competition in certain circumstances. In 1995, he battled his longtime rival Harvey Wippleman in a Tuxedo Match on Raw, and later helped X-Pac shave Jeff Jarrett’s head in a Hair vs. Hair Match at SummerSlam 1998.

In addition to his legendary tenure as a ring announcer, The Fink was an indispensable resource inside the WWE offices for his vast knowledge of sports-entertainment history. Well respected by current Superstars, WWE Legends and Hall of Famers, Finkel’s encyclopedic memory and kindness made him beloved among his colleagues. The Fink was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on April 4, 2009.

We all send our condolences to Finkel’s family, friends and fans.

WrestleMania 37 To Be Impacted By Coronavirus Pandemic?, Construction Continues At New Stadium #MMBMania

Report - WWE WrestleMania 37 Location in Jeopardy |
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti confirmed on Wednesday that the city may not authorize large events, such as concerts and sporting events, until 2021, according to Deadline. If this ruling is extended it could end up impacting WrestleMania 37.

WWE's WrestleMania 37 is currently scheduled to take place on March 28, 2021, from SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, the LA area.

"It's difficult to imagine us getting together in the thousands anytime soon," said Garcetti at a coronavirus briefing. "We've got many, many miles to walk before we're going to be back in those environments."

Garcetti also confirmed a report that quoted a local fire department email sent after one of Garcetti's multi-department briefings, which stated that "large gatherings such as concerts and sporting events may not be approved in the city for at least 1 year." That would extend the ban well into 2021.

Deadline notes that this timeline is significant for many reasons as the concert industry and sporting industry would take more major hits, and the biggest blow could be dealt to stadium owner Stan Kroeneke. The SoFi Stadium complex was scheduled to launch in July. The price tag of the complex could end up being $10 billion when it's all said and done, but everything for this year is up in the air due to the COVID-19 outbreak and related restrictions.

It was also noted that officials from New Orleans and New York have indicated that they may also ban large events into 2021.

Regarding the home of WrestleMania 37, construction continues to take place, despite the pandemic. FOX11 in Los Angeles reports that while work has stalled in some locations, it's continuing in Inglewood and other big cities around the country, including coronavirus hotspot Seattle.

Construction on SoFi Stadium was given the OK to continue while California remains under a stay-at-home order. FOX11 added that two workers on the stadium construction site have tested positive for COVID-19. The company overseeing the stadium work is now conducting daily temperature checks for workers, and practicing social distancing measures.

@MixMastaB Interviews Adult XXX Entertainer Joslyn Jane [@XxxJoslyn] On @MMBRadio - AVAILABLE NOW! #MMBXXX

Self proclaimed smut creator and adult XXX entertainer Joslyn Jane called into the MMB Radio Podcast to talk about her career in the adult business plus what it's like to be Officer Jane.

In this exclusive interview Joslyn opens up about her favorite scenes, how she deals with fans who approach her plus answer your questions.

Be sure to download / stream the podcast and check out the YouTube channel by clicking HERE

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WWE and Ad Council partner to launch national PSAs to raise awareness during COVID-19 pandemic #MMBWWE #MMBCovid

As an extension of Ad Council’s ongoing efforts to ensure the American public is receiving critical and vetted information during the COVID-19 pandemic, the national nonprofit has partnered with WWE to launch a new suite of PSAs featuring WWE Champion Drew McIntyre, NXT Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair and WWE Superstar Kofi Kingston that stress the importance of practicing good hygiene during these unprecedented times.
“As the days slowly pass and we learn more about the virus, encouraging Americans to stay safe is our duty as marketers,” said Lisa Sherman, president & CEO of the Ad Council. “Our partners at WWE have been by our side to educate Americans on many issues and we’re so grateful to them and their Superstars for joining us again now, when so many lives depend on these critical messages being heard.”
“These are unprecedented times and there is no greater responsibility than providing people with simple, yet important messages that can help save lives,” said Stephanie McMahon, WWE Chief Brand Officer. “We are all in this together, and WWE and its Superstars are committed to helping support the critical work of our partners at the Ad Council.”
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ad Council has been working in collaboration with government agencies and the nation’s largest media companies to create and amplify urgent messages to keep people safe and slow the spread of the virus. The campaign focuses on reaching high-risk populations and the general public with messages around social distancing, personal hygiene and mental health. The PSAs direct audiences to visit, a centralized resource that includes up-to-date information on the crisis.

Jon Moxley Talks WWE Releases #MMBWWE #MMBAEW

AEW World Champion Jon Moxley appeared on Wrestling Observer Live yesterday to promote AEW Dynamite, and commented on the WWE releases that were taking place that same afternoon.

"My heart goes out to all the people who are affected by this craziness, whether it be financial or worse," Moxley said. "I heard a bunch of news through the grapevine, people in our business got unfortunate phone calls this morning, so it's a weird time. I'm feeling very fortunate. I was not, or I will not, for a second feel sorry for myself, like poor me, during this craziness because I've got it pretty good, all things considered. I'm just stuck in the house with my wife [Renee Young], who is my favorite person to hang out with anyway.

"We're just hanging out, getting it on all over the house all day, watching movies, and she's got some cooking projects she's experimenting with. So, I'm basically hanging out and having a beautiful woman feed me meals every day. No matter how the World Title match turns out tonight, I feel like a World Champion and I am very blessed at this time."

Moxley's interview was recorded before last night's Dynamite main event, which saw him retain the AEW World Title over Jake Hager in an Empty Arena No Holds Barred match.