Around the Ring is a  weekly professional wrestling podcast hosted Floyd Johnson and Ryan Aaron.

Johnson, a lifelong fan of Professional Wrestling. was born into a family of wrestling fans. His very first memory is May 6th, 1984 when Kerry Von Erich defeated Ric Flair for NWA Heavyweight Title. He has followed every organization from Mid South to TNA.  He was a die-hard fan his whole life with his best moment being attending his first of 5 Wrestlemanias at Wrestlemania 19 in Seattle. He brings a passion to the show that he hopes comes through in everything he says.

Ryan Aaron has been a wrestling fan for the majority of his life. He was taken to his first show when he was less than a year old and has gone to several shows sense. Ryan is a traditional wrestling fan with WCW/NWA being his favorite era of wrestling. After WCW was bought out by WWE and the failed invasion angle took place He stepped away from the sport for a long time. He started watching again when his son got into wrestling. His first show back was the night the Shield broke up and has seen every Raw and Smackdown since. He is also a fan of other promotions like ROH, NJPW, Impact, MLW and World Class Revolution Pro Wrestling.

Listen to Around the Ring on SpreakerStitcher, TuneIn, and iTunes; follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube; and send any questions, comments, suggestions to aroundtheringok@gmail.com.




Former Host —

Dave Brown, a 30 year fan of professional wrestling, first discovered wrestling shortly after WrestleMania 2, watching a VHS copy of that event over and over and over, his love of the “sport” really blossomed after discovering the NWA on Superstation TBS on Saturday mornings.  Throughout the late 1980s and early ’90s, Brown followed the likes of the NWA/WCW, AWA, WWF, WCCW, UWF, and Championship Wrestling from Florida.


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