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(Segment 1) Kevin Cerrito and Marcus Hunter recaps the week’s big stories during the Starting 5.
(Segment 2) Shenanigans.
(Segment 3) SEC Shout Outs

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(Segment 1) Hang Up & Listen. (audio missing)
(Segment 2 & 3) Dustin Starr talks winning back to back TN State Men’s Physique Championships, Corey Maclin, gay wrestlers, and more during his monthly pro wrestling report. Plus, Woohoos and Boos.

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Kevin Cerrito, Dustin Starr & Marcus Hunter in studio.

Professional wrestler & USPlabs Athlete Dustin Starr is schedule to join MSL on Saturday afternoon to discuss the latest happenings in the world of professional wrestling.  Every 3rd Saturday of the month, Starr joins Kevin Cerrito and Marcus Hunter to discuss numerous topics that relate to professional wrestling & our hometown of Memphis, TN.

This week will be especially interesting, after this news story reported on TMZ.

Along with the TMZ story, Starr will also discuss the Grand Opening of Jerry “The King” Lawler’s new wrestling museum, Memphis Wildfire Wrestling’s BRAWL in the FALL, longtime Memphis Wrestling promoter Corey Maclin’s unexpected passing & winning his 2nd NPC Tennessee State Men’s Physique Championship in a row.

Kevin Cerrito and Marcus Hunter host MemphiSport Live (MSL) on Sports 56 & 87.7 FM every Saturday from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm. MSL was voted 3rd Best Sports Radio Show in the 2010 & 2011 Memphis Flyer Best of Memphis poll.



Corey Maclin dies at age 43.

Local wrestling promoter, political candidate and media personality Corey Maclin, 43, was killed in a car crash in Mississippi late Tuesday night.  The Commercial Appeal reports that Maclin’s car rolled over just south of Sardis on Interstate 55 at approximately 10:30PM.

Corey was a mainstay in Memphis Wrestling for many, many years dating back to the old USWA days.  Maclin started as a ring announcer for the USWA program before becoming a co-host alongside Dave Brown.

Throughout the years, Corey’s role changed significantly in the wrestling business, as he became the booker & promoter for Memphis Wrestling.  Corey even brought Memphis Wrestling to primetime television.

Corey Maclin’s unique style of calling the action made him very fun to watch.  His enthusiasm would draw your attention to the television screen no matter who was in the ring.

Maclin also owned his own marketing firm & worked as a sports anchor for the local ABC affiliate. Maclin was married with six children.

The wrestling world & anyone touched by Corey Maclin are with a very heavy heart.