about Us

The LD wrestling show

We are a UK based broadcast radio show dedicated to professional wrestling and sports entertainment

Our weekly show combines our views and notes on the latest news, rumours and events in and out of the squared circle. We don’t just talk wrestling we also play some great music both wrestling related and a few classics

Our aim is to bring you an entertaining weekly update that even the most casual wrestling fan can enjoy


We are also proud to have recently added a monthly podcast and YouTube channel to our list of content.

Although our focus is always wrestling we hope you enjoy some of the chat both between our hosts Batch (Neil the Heel) and Stu, also the many guests we bring you.

None of our shows could happen without our followers so please continue to get in touch with any comments or questions you have for us.



Batch -Biography

Image of Neil Batchelor

Neil (Batch) Batchelor is a lifelong wrestling fan. For over 30 years he has followed all the action from promotions such as WWF/WWE, WCW, ECW, TNA/Impact, ROH, NJPW, NWA and many more. Having lived through every era that has come and gone since the late 80’s he now wants to share his unique views and opinions with the wider wrestling comunity. 

Batch is born and raised in Yorkshire (UK) and is exited to be able to share his passion with the world from gods own county. Asked for a short quote to sum himself up he said: “I’m a SMARK who’s found a voice, lets see who’s listening?”

Working behind the scenes as well, Batch helps produce new and content for the website and social media channels and along with Stu is one of the founders of the LD Wrestling Show.



Stu -Biography

Stuart (Stu) Blenkhorn

Wrestling Fan?


Radio Host?

Creative Lover?

Beard Activist?

Nobody really knows how Stu came to be? All we know is he shows up weekly to provide us with his wrestling chat and he’s curiously guarded about anything outside of that?

If you know more about him then please let us know…

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