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Amber Peach Interview,
Crazyman & Leroy the Frog
you doing today?
Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your movie career.
I’ve been doing this about three years, love it, what's better than
getting paid to #&%, LOL
So what have been your favorite movies and why?
I loved working with Clive McClain, He was a great director, other
than that I try to enjoy myself on all In all my movies, so I guess
I love them all…
Can you tell us about your job at the Chateau?
I actually had to quit my job at the Chateau, I was under the
impression that while it was S&M I would get extensive bruises, but
unfortunately I did, so I had to quit, directors don’t really
appreciate me coming to set all beat up…
I heard you recently attended the AVN expo. What was that like?
Good, this year was my third year attending. My date for the awards
was Cousin Stevie, so he made the otherwise boring awards fun….But
the whole thing is really draining, your expected to be at the
convention all day and be at the parties ALL night, and then be in
make-up on time in the morning LOL…It takes about a week to recover,
the last day of the convention is always just a blur of coffee and
Do you have any products, websites, or ventures that you would like
Well I finally got my website up, www.AmberPeachXXX.com... then as
always I’m on the look out for investors, I just hired a biz manager
to fine tune some biz plans I have, so hopefully that will help me
get some more serious investors, Ideally one day I’ll have my own
company, similar to Jill Kelly’s, except hopefully I’ll manage mine
better... That’s not a stab at Jill, I just try to learn from others
mistakes, so I don’t make the same ones…Also I occasionally do a
political podcast called Anarchy-X, you guys should check it out….
I also heard that you are the best licker ever. What is the secret
to your technique?
Ummmm, I don’t know, You’ll have to read my book! ;) It will
be due out sometime in ‘07
What were you like in high school?
Quite, I was pretty much cool with everyone, I was a $lut…..I slept
in class, but still made descent grades, I worked a lot and at one
time had two jobs and was going to school…..
Can you tell us about the first time you worked in the adult
industry? What was that like?
I did three movies in the same day my first day, I was a little
nervous I guess, but I got over that pretty quick
What would your worst enemy say about you?
I’m stuck up
I think I saw you on Seymour Butts' show. Have you worked with him?
What is he like?
Yeah, I’ve worked with him a good bit, he’s a great director
Who are your favorite and least favorite directors? (Why)
I like directors who actually give a damn about us (talent) and
don’t like the ones that don’t. I don’t like directors who put me in
Who are your favorite and least favorite performers? (Why)
Again I’m not going to name names, but as long as they have a good
attitude I like working with them. The ones that think the
world revolves around their d!ck; I don’t get along with as much!
Can you check out
and tell us what you think of the site?
Nice, very informative
Do you have anything you want to say to your fans?
Ummm, I just hope I’m doing a good job entertaining ya’ll
Thanks for your time. You are certainly entertaining us.
Reality Ryan, AKA GQ Money Interview
Exclusively by The NinjaPimp
please tell us a little bit about yourself.
Well, I grew up in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago always a
wrestling fan. My mom got me into wrestling, and I used to watch it
on TV with her, and also go to live shows with her as well. I was a
high school wrestler, and captain of my team junior and senior year.
I have two gold medals in international freestyle wrestling
competition, as I competed in the 1992 Maccabi Games which is like a
Jewish Junior Olympics. I went to college at the University of
Colorado at Boulder, and once I graduated I started pursuing my
career in professional wrestling. I’ve been on a reality show, been
a finalist in a contest to become the Los Angeles weather man and
I’m one incredibly good looking guy.
Where have you wrestled?
I got my start in Denver, CO. I was brought in to help start an
indy with a man named Dan Magnus and Bobbye Black. We had great
success starting the CWO, an organization that drew large crowds
(more than 10-times as many people as any indy that ran in the area)
and had great media exposure. As the CWO ran its course, I moved out
to Los Angeles to work with XPW. I climbed my way up the ranks there
(both on screen and behind the scenes), until XPW ran it’s course
and then I moved out to Nashville to work with TNA. I moved back to
CA where I’m now involved in the MTV Wrestling Society X project. I
have wrestled in CA, PA, NC, AL, TN, GA, SC, CO and a few other
states as well.
What did you think of XPW?
XPW was the best! I loved it. I loved our renegade vibe, the
hatred by the critics and the no rules mentality. We said what we
wanted, did what we wanted and let nobody tell us we couldn’t do
something. There were no rules, no boundaries and no limits. I was
allowed to explore my creativity and come up with ideas that no
other wrestling company would ever think of doing. XPW got a bad
rap, but if you really watched it, it was a really good product. The
TV-show was hysterical, and the intensity at live shows was
incredible. Everybody put us down, but there isn’t a fed out there
that offered what we did. People were just haters, but that was fine
Can you tell us a little bit about some of the guys in XPW? Maybe
Pogo or Supreme.
All the guys were cool at the time. We all got along and just
had a great time being part of a company that was different. Pogo
was a nice guy, but could be intimidating as well. I wrestled him
once and I was scared shitless. The match was great though, and was
an awesome display of a little man getting tossed by a big man.
Hell, I got bieled (beeled) (sp?) from one turnbuckle clear across
the ring to the other. It was sweet! Supreme was cool, but you knew
when you were working with him it was time for business. I remember
doing a segment for XPW-TV where Supreme came into my balloon shop
office (yes, I ran GQ Balloons for a while) and beat the crap out of
me. That was stiff, and it was rough, but it was cool. It made for
What is your favorite match?
Raw Sewage aka the 30-foot sh!t bomb. In XPW if I wrestled (as
opposed to managing) it was always against Angel. We had a great
feud and one of our highlight moments was in a match where he
sidewalk slammed me off a 30-foot tower into a kiddy pool of raw
sewage which was on a stack of two tables. That match was fun, and
so was the Genocide cage match. Once again Angel and I ended up high
above the ground, this time 20-feet up on a rickety home made cage
that we thought was going to collapse. I tossed him off, and then
jumped off the cage with a 20-foot cross body on top of him, and the
security guards who were checking up on him.
Is there anyone that you don't get along with?
Then, no! Now, oh yeah. My former best friend Kaos and I don’t
talk at all. He fucked me over big time when we moved to Nashville
and I will never forgive him for that. Also Smokey Carmichael (a
friend from Colorado who I brought into XPW) who also fucked me over
when we moved to Nashville. The pricks moved out without saying
anything, without leaving a note or making a phone call, nothing.
And this was the day before rent was due. Fuck them!
What do you think of Rob Black?
Rob is a great guy and is very misunderstood. He’s always been
good to me and allowed me to do what I do best, perform. If you get
to know the real Rob black he’s a good guy. The public persona,
well, that could be rough. The persona is an asshole, the person is
How did you get the name GQ Money?
The 1st XPW show I went out to see I was sitting in the
bleachers pre show with my buddy The Giant (not WWE’s) watching the
set up and just checking things out. Lizzy Borden came up to me and
said, “You must be GQ Money” and that was that. I hated the name,
thought it was too cliché, but it’s cool. The funny thing, back when
I was a kid my rap name was GQ as well.
Where can people learn more about you?
What do you think of afro-squad.com?
It’s a fun site with great interviews.
Have you checked out our Afrosquad page?
Oh yeah. It’s a well known fact that if I could grow an afro I
would. I’m funkdafied, fortified and amplified to the next level!
What about wrestling as an evil pimp?
The GQ Money character had a little bit of an evil pimp vibe,
especially once I got to Philly and blended the original GQ Money
persona with the Ultra Violent GQ Money persona. I was almost
involved with a pimp and ho wrestling fed once but it didn’t work.
In college we threw a 40oz pimp and ho party where my band The
Electric Manny Schevitz played… It was tight. I also made a TV
commercial for a school project for “Playboy Malt Liquor” because
“Pimpin’ Aint’ Easy.” Oh yeah!!!!
Do you think there is a problem with drug use in wrestling?
The only problem is when individual people abuse the drugs and
can’t use them responsibly. Taking pain pills for pain is fine…
Taking 26 pain pills for pain is not! Do people do drugs? Sure they
do. I never had first hand experience with anyone who had a problem,
but drugs are always around. I think that’s the case with any aspect
of the entertainment business. It’s part of the lifestyle.
Who is the most beautiful woman in wrestling?
Hands down, nobody holds a candle to indy, XPW and Wrestling
Society X wrestler Valentina (J Love).
What is the most insane thing you saw in XPW?
Supreme catching on fire after I gave him a diamond cutter from
the top rope threw a flaming table! He got burned bad, and spent a
couple of days in the hospital. I felt so bad, even though it wasn’t
my fault. I was involved in the “stunt” so I just had this enormous
feeling of guilt. Supreme’s kid never liked me after that, but I
couldn’t blame him? As far as he knew I torched his dad. The
craziest thing was I had to go on TV week after week and brag about
What was it like to be behind the scenes over there?
A whole lot of fun. It was a fantastic 2.5 years of my life. At
the same time as working there, I was also touring the country doing
stand up comedy with Ron Jeremy, so it was a pretty fun time! Ob and
I always clicked creatively and came up with crazy ideas. He wasn’t
afraid to try something different, and neither was I. Kevin (Kleinrock)
and (White Trash Johnny) Webb were always the voices of reason,
while me and Rob were always like, “Why can’t we do that? This is
wrestling, there are no rules!”
Do you have anything to ask us, the writers of ninjapimp?
You ever been anally probed by an alien named Zolorp? Have you
ever drank sheep’s milk straight from the sheep’s teet? Have you
ever had the urge to urinate on yourself while waiting in line at
Any parting words?
Smoke and mirrors!!!
Well thanks for your time.