Many UD employees have outside interests that keep them active and well-rounded when they leave work: an Entomology professor who plays the fiddle; a Physics professor whose passion for ice-skating has moved on to a passion for line-dancing; a Sociology professor who has released several music CDs in the “electronica” genre; a computer specialist whose true passion is gardening.
Some of the most fun extracurricular pursuits are those in which UD employees must assume alter-egos to participate. In this interview, we heard from three such employees whose alter-egos are active in the very entertaining local professional wrestling group Right Coast Pro, providing family entertainment right here in Newark, DE.
Listen to the interview to meet these UD employees, two of whom are also proud to be Blue Hen alumni:
- Referee and part-time Right Coast Pro reporter “Clarke Kelly,”
- Backstage reporter and future wrestling impresario “Max Mikado,” and
- One of Right Coast Pro’s stable of stars, wrestler and ring technician “Harry M Baldwin.”
We heard these gentlemen talk about the history and culture of professional wrestling, some of the community activities that Right Coast Pro participates in to support the Newark, DE, community, and everything you want to know about local professional wrestling. Of course, mayhem nearly erupts.
Listen to the interview
Clarke Kelly, Max Mikado, and Harry M Baldwin, Right Coast Pro