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Ian Anderson

Jethro Tull frontman Ian Anderson View Guest page

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Earl Campbell

Pro Football Hall of Famer Earl Campbell View Guest page

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Arianny Celeste

UFC ring girl Arianny Celeste View Guest page

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Bruce Dickinson

Back in 1994, lead singer Bruce Dickinson left the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. Hundreds of potential candidates auditioned for the gig and Bayley nailed it. They recorded two albums with the former Wolfsbane frontman, "The X Factor" in 1995 and "Virtual XI" three years later. Bayley toured worldwide with the band and some of the hits they recorded together are still part of the group's set list. Dickinson returned to the fold in 1999 and their split was an amicable one and Bayley went on to form his own band named Blaze and later the Blaze Bayley Band. Since 2011, he has been performing as a solo act with different backing musicians and has even done co-headlining tours with Maiden's original singer Paul Di'Anno. View Guest page

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Cory Gregory

Co-founder and President of MusclePharm, cover model of the July 2013 issue of FitnessRX For Men magazine. View Guest page

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Kevin Heffernan

Comedian/Actor Kevin Heffernan from the Broken Lizard Comedy Group View Guest page

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Bruce Kulick

Artie Lange

Steve Lemme

Comedian/Actor Steve Lemme from the Broken Lizard Comedy Group View Guest page

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Melle Mel

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Johnny Potenza

Johnny Potenza (host of the television talk show "Late Night With Johnny P.") View Guest page

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Kirk Radomski

The central figure in the Major League Baseball performance-enhancing drugs scandal and author of the best-selling book “Bases Loaded.” View Guest page

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Bas Ruten

Leading things off will be Rutten, who made his bones in mixed martial arts and is now co-starring in major motion pictures alongside the likes of Kevin James and Henry Winkler. He began his fighting career at the age of 20 with Muay Thai kickboxing and later entered the world of MMA with the Pancrase organization in Japan. He signed with the UFC in 1998 and defeated Kevin Randleman at UFC 20 to win the heavyweight title. Due to multiple serious injuries, Rutten was forced to retire a year later and immediately began plying his trade in acting. He has been featured in numerous television series, such as Martial Law and The King of Queens and received a top-three billing in the 2012 box office hit, "Here Comes The Boom," with the aforementioned James and Winkler. View Guest page

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Rich Vos

Stand-up comedian Rich Vos View Guest page

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Xtreme Radio presented by FitnessRX Radio

April 7, 2014
Hosted by Joe Pietaro and Gregg Valentino

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Guys love football and rock 'n' roll! Gregg and Joe bring the two together on the next episode of Xtreme Radio Presented By FitnessRX For Men Magazine when the co-hosts invite Pro Football Hall of Famer Earl Campbell and Jethro Tull frontman Ian Anderson to the show.

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Xtreme Radio presented by FitnessRX For Men

Monday at 5 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel

This program may contain objectionable material and language. Listener discretion is advised.

Xtreme Radio presented by FitnessRX For Men magazine is anything and everything that would be in the ‘men’s interest’ categories, such as comedy, sports and an entertainment element that is unparalleled in the industry. Special guests each week will only add to the diversity. Expect the unexpected with co-hosts Gregg Valentino and Joe Pietaro every Monday at 5 PM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel.

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Joe Pietaro and Gregg Valentino

Joe Pietaro is the FitnessRX For Men Online Editor-in-Chief and a former mainstream sportswriter. Joe is now able to work in his two areas of passion, which are fitness and sports.

Gregg Valentino has been a Muscular Development magazine columnist for thirteen years. He is known as the man with the biggest arms in the world and is also a mainstream television and movie star. Gregg is known as “The Ramblin’ Freak” to his fans. He is an avid bodybuilding, fitness and sports fan.

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