Articles in Category: Back Sports Page Book Reviews
If you are a fan of the WWE, then this is a no brain purchase during the holiday season. Check out the third edition WWE Encyclopedia. This edition covers everything from Bruno, the transition to Hulkamania, the attitude era all the way to NXT and much more..
Joe Buck is an American Sportscaster for Fox. He became the lead announcer for the MLB on Fox in 1996 and has called all but two World Series in that time. Buck is also the lead announce for the NFL on Fox and does the Fox NFL game of the week with Troy Aikman.
Bill Keagle from Backsportspage.com recently spoke to Joe Buck about his Autobiography titled “Lucky Bastard: My Life, My Dad and things I’m not allowed to say on TV”
Lost episode or should I say interview with Craig Carton of WFAN in NY. Special interviewer Gary Feder interviews WFAN Jockey Craig Carton and discusses his career and how he got into the media industry, his brand new book and his love of cooking and the sports world. This was taped in 2013 so it is outdated but its why its a LOST episode right? Its so lost you might here take out ordered during the interview..Check it out!!!
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Randy Zellea Hosts Real Sports Talk Radio!! Tonight we welcome for NFL and Rutgers alumni, former Jet Ray Lucas to the show as we discuss his new book,facing his demons, his transition to broadcasting, his playing days and his relationship with Bill Parcells. Check out this great interview.
Check out the show at your pace as we are available on Itunes as well as Blogtalkradio.. Shows page are aslo available at Back Sports Page!!
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BSP IS JERICHO!!!!!
Chris Jericho came in to the WWE with a lot of fanfare in 1999 after some success in the rival WCW. What started off as his dream opportunity, turned into a struggle to fit in and a battle for air time. When Jericho was given his opportunity to shine in 2000, he grabbed the reigns and broke through to become one of the best performers in WWE's storied history.
Throughout his storied career, Chris became more then just a wrestler a he became a rock and roll star with his band “Fozzy”. Chris started his own podcast called “Talk is Jericho” which airs twice a week at Podcastone.com. After two successful autobiographies, Chris has written a third to share his stories on the road with both WWE and Fozzy.
Recently Randy Zellea of Back Sports Page recently caught up with Chris to discuss his new book “King of the World, of What I Have No Idea”, his podcast and some of his career highlights in the ring.
Jay Comes on live at 930pm EST to Discuss His Book!!!
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Real Sports Talk Radio gets real this week as Randy Zellea and special guest host Katie Hutchinson welcome Jay Paterno the son of the legendary Penn State Coach Joe Paterno on the show. Jay will discuss his new book The Paterno Legacy:Enduring Lessons from the Life and Death of My Father, as well as reflecting back on the situation that rocked the sports world, his current projects and much more
BSP IS JERICHO!!!
Randy Zellea recently interviewed Former WWE Champion Chris Jericho to discuss his New Book, Fozzy and his career in the ring. Coming Soon!!
What do you say about a man who changes your perception on life just by living his own?
As an avid Baltimore Ravens fan, I have the utmost respect for O.J. Brigance and was honored with the opportunity to interview him.
“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in times of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” - Martin Luther King Jr.
If you want to hear the juicy truth about “Shaq vs. Kobe” or if the rumor of “Michael Jordan being suspended for gambling” if that is what you are looking for, “11 Rings” by Phil Jackson isn’t the book you want to pick up.
We have all heard the stereotypes before. Fantasy sports…nerdy. Reading books…nerdy. So what do we think about reading a book about fantasy sports? Well, two wrongs absolutely DO make a good write. In one of the more interesting viewpoints of friendship and camaraderie, ESPN Senior Fantasy Sports Analyst Matthew Berry hit a homerun with his New York Times bestselling book “Fantasy Life: The Outrageous, Uplifting, and Heartbreaking World of Fantasy Sports from the Guy Who's Lived It.”
The Voice of the METS speaks with BSP!!!
Howie Rose’s lifelong dream began to fuse together when his love for broadcasting and passion for baseball came together in the summer of 1962. In his newly released book, Put It In The Book: A Half Century Of Mets Mania, Howie Rose tells his first-hand account of becoming a devoted New York Mets in ‘62, and how he became their play-by-play radio announcer today. Put It In The Book: A Half Century Of Mets Mania opens by detailing Rose’s first handful of summers traveling into Queens with his friends, and sitting in their favorite upper deck seats at Shea Stadium.
In the world of professional wrestling, there is no official diagram for success. A performer could do everything right in the ring and get booed when he is supposed to be cheered. A character can come up with a “catchphrase” and be the most popular name in the world, yet have no skill whatsoever. Different characters perform and entertain millions for a couple hours every week on TV and at live events, and have cult-like followings. Sometimes there is no logical reason or explanation for why a character is so successful. The decision ultimately comes from the fans.
Back in his playing days, Randall Cunningham was a true football pioneer, transcending how the quarterback position was played. Coming into the league as a second-round pick from UNLV, Randall overcame doubters and would-be tacklers to throw for 29,979 yards and 4,928 yards rushing (2nd all-time).