You know what would be impossible? To list all my media appearances. I have been very fortunate to have been in print, on the radio, on television, and, more recently, on podcasts and streams.

I know I went to a taping of Romper Room as a kid, but have no idea if I ended up on air. Then, when I was a Cub Scout, I interviewed Betty Clay, daughter of Scouting’s founder Lord Baden-Powell, on the local cable access show in Kitchener, Ontario. (Man, I wish I had that tape!)

As the teenager publisher of The Canadian Wrestling Report, there were newspaper stories (one even went national through Canadian Press), and a few radio and TV spots that I barely remember. One was with Tito Monte on CKCO-TV in Kitchener.

Along the way, I became some sort of talking head for TV  shows and documentaries about pro wrestling.

This is by no means a complete list, and, since I worked at a newspaper / website, words in print would be in the bajillions (exaggerate much?)…​​​


  • Sweet Daddy Siki – I was the writer on this 2017 documentary, directed by Harvey Glazer, and did so much more, including appearing on screen. Best to jump to for my story about it: Mat Matters: Sweet Daddy Siki documentary was a personal journey
  • Out In The Ring – In 2022, director Ry Levey finally finished his film about the LGBTQ+ ties in professional wrestling. I’m used as a historian to help explain some figures from the past, such as Chris Colt and Pat Patterson. I got to go to the premiere too in June 2022, at Toronto’s Bell TIFF Lightbox as a part of the Inside Out Film Festival.
  • Tiger! – This 2005 doc, directed by Lalita Krishna, is about Tiger Jeet Singh. I’m a talking head in it and once was recognized on a Toronto bus from my appearance. The other story that I have often told is when I got out to Tiger’s house for the first time, his wife kept looking at me funny, trying to figure out where she knew me from … the documentary, which apparently Tiger Jeet liked to watch!
  • The Sheik – The 2014 documentary, directed by Igal Hecht, got a lot of attention, as well it should. It’s about the Iron Sheik (Khosrow Vaziri) and the ups and downs of his life. I’m a talking head in it, and, for the record, was paid in pizza for my appearance.
Greg’s appearance on Autopsy: The Last Hours of… Chris Benoit was filmed at his Toronto home.


  • Autopsy: The Last Hours of… Chris Benoit was a UK-based series. They shot in my house, with the director on the computer from England. It aired on March 15, 2020, and I’ve never seen it. How do I look?
  • Off The Record on TSN, April 12, 2014.
  • Entertainment Tonight Canada. I was a guest on ET Canada on Sep. 21, 2007, talking about Chris Benoit and our book, Benoit.
  • Jane Hawtin Live on WTN Network. They knew where to look for nerds — at the Toronto Sun‘s website! I was a last-minute call-in to talk about Star Trek and Gene Roddenberry’s Earth: Final Conflict in September 1997.
  • Morning Magazine, with Tino Monte, CKCO-Kitchener, Feb. 2, 1990

    Off the Record panel with Michael Landsberg (center) and some punk kid — we actually left the taping in Scarborough and drove to Hamilton to go see Black Sabbath.


  • Pro Wrestling Journalists Panel – Dave Meltzer, Wade Keller, Steve Johnson, Greg Oliver – National Wrestling Hall of Fame, July 27, 2016


  • Mat Memories: WWE’s Kurrgan’s transition to acting



  • Canada Talks with Jeff Sammut on SiriusXM: Jan. 19, 2021 on Billy Van
  • CBC Radio Calgary: Feb. 2, 2016 talking about Archie “The Stomper” Gouldie
  • Marek Vs. Wyshynski Radio: Sep. 19, 2013 on Don’t Call Me Goon
  • Raw Mike Richards: July 12, 2019 on PWHF: The Storytellers * June 6, 2018 on wrestling
  • Scott Radley Show on CHML: Mar. 16, 2022 (21:07 mark)
  • The War Room on SiriusXM NHL Network Radio: Dec. 5, 2014 on Duck with the Puck
  • The Weekend Morning Show on NewsTalk 1010: Mar. 21, 2021 on Billy Van
  • CBC AM 740, May 1986, Serge Solski and I got to talk about The Wrestling Report newsletter


  • Promoting The Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame: The Canadians in Winnipeg in 2004: