Podcast Episode 45: Did Mike Tyson inspire Cam to take a fight at age 65; Roddy Piper asking Cam to compete as a WWF tag team; Best hockey books

Podcast Episode 45: Did Mike Tyson inspire Cam to take a fight at age 65; Roddy Piper asking Cam to compete as a WWF tag team; Best hockey books

We have a packed episode where Cam covers everything from Mike Tyson, to bench brawls and remembers some of the players he played with. Topic list below:

Here's the Bobby Orr book Cam mentioned as his favorite: Bobby Orr: My Story

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Email: [email protected]. Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/CamConnorNHL. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/CamConnorNHL. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ViewfromthePenaltyBox/ Cameo: https://www.cameo.com/camconnornhl  

Topics Include:

-Talking about Mike Tyson's recent fight

-Would Cam ever take a fight at age 65 and who would he choose as his opponent?

-Who was a better fighter in their prime: Roddy Piper or Cam Connor? 

-Remembering the WHA record breaking Phoenix Roadrunner bench brawl and what happened when the radio announcer said something about Cam during the brawl (when he thought his microphone was turned off)

-Does physical hockey draw better crowds?

-Cowboy Bill Flett horse racing against Glen Sather

-Cam discusses his favorite hockey book, Bobby Orr - My Story

-Questions on Bobby Lalonde, Kevin Morrison, and Steve West

-How hard it is for a minor league player to make the NHL

-Pat Conacher overcoming a tough injury

-Hockey player Jim Troy and his connection with the WWF/WWE

-Roddy Piper asking Cam to join pro wrestling as a tag team

-Did Cam accept $500 to ride a brahma bull a few years ago?

-Were WHA players purposefully kept out of the NHL?

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