Press Slam is a weekly podcast with respected journalists working for some of the leading media outlets in the U.S. Chuck Carroll is a syndicated columnist for CBS, while Scott Fishman’s resume includes the Miami Herald and Channel Guide Magazine, and Aaron Oster has written for Rolling Stone and The Baltimore Sun. Combined, the trio has more than a half-century experience covering WWE, Impact Wrestling, Ring of Honor and everything in between. They’ll be sharing behind the scenes stories from the time they’ve spent interviewing some of the biggest names in the business. With their unique insight, you can also expect spirited discussions from a trusted source of wrestling information.
Chuck Carroll - CBS
Chuck Carroll is a long-time award winning journalist who has covered the squared circle both in print and on the radio. He was the co-host of a unique wrestling radio show in the nation’s capital with a former Washington Redskins player. His antics on the show landed him on Monday Night Raw after presenting a WWE championship belt inside the team’s locker room. Currently, Chuck writes a syndicated column for CBS where he interviews the biggest stars to ever set foot in the ring. He is an avid health advocate and was nicknamed The Weight Loss Champion by an NFL player after losing 280 pounds. Oh, and Austin Aries convinced him to become vegan.
Scott Fishman - The Miami Herald
Scott Fishman has written about professional wrestling and interviewed some of the biggest names in the industry for 15 years with his work appearing in a host of outlets including the Miami Herald, Sun Sentinel, Channel Guide Magazine, TV Insider, the Miami New Times and others. In 2016, the South Florida native wrote the cover feature for American Airlines’ in-flight publication ahead of WrestleMania 32, which was seen by hundreds of passengers each day in February 2016.
Aaron Oster - Rolling Stone and The Baltimore Sun
Aaron Oster began covering wrestling for The Baltimore Sun in 2013. It wasn't long before his work caught the eye of editors at Rolling Stone. For the two outlets, he covered events from places as large as AT&T Stadium for WrestleMania, down to the ECW Arena and the local rec centers for independent promotions. Both in print and on-air for WTEM sports radio in Washington, DC, he has interviewed some of the biggest names in wrestling. His resume includes chats with everyone from Hall of Famers to current champions and well-known international talents such as Kazuchika Okada and Pentagon Jr.