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Live from Hollywood, CA by way of the Broken Skull Ranch, Pro Wrestling Hall of Famer, Action Movie/TV star, Steve Austin lets loose on these no-holds barred, explicit versions of the program.
Steve gets down and dirty with Hollywood celebrities, past wrestling buddies, present pros, MMA fighters, athletes, movie stuntmen and from time to time, you the working man (or woman).
Steve Austin and his lovely co-host Kristin (aka his "illustrious wife") had quite the experience in the Reno airport! They're sharing that story... and they're answering all sorts of questions about - The Undertaker's cross, Bill Goldberg's return to WWE and Monday Night RAW, fishing, Dustin Rhodes & the Golddust gimmick, growing tomatoes & jalapenos, Donald Trump takin' a stunner, the infamous back hoe cover-up, the Thesz Press, HBK vs AJ Styles, and why pineapple does not belong on pizza!
RVD returns to Steve Austin to finish up the conversation about pro-wrestling and the creative freedom afforded him by ECW, the politics of WWE, his USWA run in '91 with Sabu, and the real story surrounding his decision not to go to Iraq with WWE. He's also making the case to legalize marijuana, sharing some mafia history (a passion), and explaining how he started doing stand-up comedy. And you'll find out if Steve Austin is the proud new owner of a brand new Toyota Prius!
Rob Van Dam was The F'ing Whole Show at ECW, and loved the creative freedom the company afforded him. He's talking all about it, and sharing stories from his ECW days - from meeting Sabu to taking and giving shoot chair shots to the role that the city of Brotherly Love (Philadelphia) played in ECW's success. RVD's also talking about his foray into martial arts in highschool, how he got started wrestling, and his introduction to The Sheik and what he picked up working with him. He's also explaining his zen lifestyle, and what it truly means to be a "non-conformist."
Steve Austin is answering your questions about "selling on the run," the art of chair throwing, Wrestlemania 17, Mick Foley & Undertaker's infamous "Hell In A Cell" match, the Ric Flair style, Stone Cold Metal & Stone Cold Country, the power of an entrance theme, his own piledriver injury, working with Owen Hart, germophobia in the ring, and Brian Pillman's ECW run. Steve's also talking bow hunting, college football, and Broken Skull Ranch vs Smokin' Skull Ranch.
Ted Fowler is back from his fishing trip in Louisiana, and appears to have survived relatively unscathed, and more importantly, germ free! Maybe it was all the tequila... or maybe it was just traveling faster than the rate of speed of the average germ! Whatever the case... he and Steve trade some stories, discuss effectively cutting weight, the merits of a good pellet gun, the eye of the tiger, rat and deer hunting, and what Sly Stallone had to do with Steve being "too skinny."
Teddy Fowler checks in with stories from the Broken Skull Ranch and Rockport, Texas. He's got an update on the deer, the mowing, my favorite "Komodo" tractor, and he'll regale with even better stories about a planned fishing trip to Louisiana! It's a guys' trip... and there's a damn good reason why Teddy won't be partaking of any shared burritos! He & Steve also talk a little diet and nutrition, and how Steve's doing after quitting alcohol AND caffeine cold turkey! Oh... and a word to the wise - don't EVER offer Teddy sunflower seeds, and for god sake, if you have him over for dinner, don't serve him peas & carrots mixed together!
Steve's on the set of the Broken Skull Challenge, filming season 4, and if you want to know what goes into creating the toughest competition show on TV - then listen closely as BSC's Supervising Producer of Challenges, Alan Bishop, fills you on how it works! He's also talking about his background as an expedition trip leader, his own cross fit and training story, and how he kicked drugs and alcohol to get his life on track. He and Steve have some great work out and healthy eating tips, and a few words of motivation to keep you on your game plan.
Missy Hyatt and her loaded Gucci bag are raisin' hell on Steve Austin Unleashed! She's got stories about working with Sunshine at WCCW, taking shoot beatings from Dark Journey, the disaster that was the short-lived "Missy's Manor" at WWE, how she and Eddie Gilbert ended up at WCW, and why Eric Bischoff opted not to renew her contract. She's also talking about her time at UWF, working for Jim Crockett, and the best advice she got from the great Dusty Rhodes.
The story of how they met... and loads of other bullshit as @TedFowler361 returns to Unleashed for a convo about pro-wrestling in the mid-80s, mid-90s, and the Attitude Era. They're talking Ric Flair, the Freebirds, Trish Stratus, and War Games '92. They're also discussing the quick-fix for Steve's Olecranon Bursitis (that big golfball looking thing on his left arm), hunting shows on TV, mowing at the ranch, and crumpets (WTF?). And they're answering your questions!
He's a living legend who's done it all, seen it all, invented most of it, and still has plenty of tricks up his sleeve! Pat Patterson sits down with Steve to talk Roy Shire, Eddie Graham, Vince McMahon Sr and Jr, the Royal Rumble, Killer Kowalski, Mad Dog Vachon, and of course his new book, "Accepted."
Mark Bell of the Super Training Gym is going for a 600-pound bench attempt this November, and explains how and why he's taking on the challenge. He's also discussing his training routine, his nutrition plan, and the new female trend in power lifting. He's got lifting tips, thoughts on doping and designer drugs, and the secret to gaining weight quickly when needed. Plus, he's weighing in on Crossfit, and Brock Lesnar's controversial UFC bout.
Sean "XPac" Waltman and Steve Austin are doing it Unleashed this time! No holds barred & no four-letter word restrictions! They're having a very frank discussion about doping in professional sports, XPac's new podcast on the AfterBuzz Network, and the shocking death of Chyna. XPac and Chyna dated for four years, and he's talking about all of their ups & downs - from the drugs and the sex tape to some of her incredible matches both at WWE and in Japan... and they both have plenty of thoughts as to whether Chyna should be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
CT Fletcher is one bad-ass MoFo, and he's taking on Steve Austin! They're talking shit, and cutting promos on each other... and throwing down one serious challenge to a certain head honcho at WWE! They're also talking classic Corvettes, the 10 Commandments Of Muscle Growth, movie making & filming fight scenes, a little nutrition, and what happens when you try to show off for one hot girl at an arm curl competition!
Bill Burr flies helicopters. For real. And he's telling Steve all about it - why he wanted to, how he learned, where and when he practices, and if he's ever had any close calls! He's also giving an inside look at the writer's room of his Netflix show, "F Is For Family," what it's like working with Vince Vaughan (the producer backing the show), why he relates to crying babies on planes, when he stopped working clean, and if there's really such a thing as "extra bits" in stand-up.
Bill Burr is one of the funniest comics working today, but as you'll hear straight from his mouth, his was no overnight success! He talks about how he got his start, his early days doing open mics, the good and bad gigs, and his big break. He and Steve also discuss the parallels between the pro-wrestling and comedy biz - road travel, paying your dues, and working the crowd. And Bill is a huge wrestling fan (thanks to friend, the late, great Patrice O'Neal), and has a couple of his own Hulk Hogan stories to share.
Vampiro digs mid-90s Japanese wrestling, getting new guys over, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Krav Maga (not necessarily in that order). He's got great stories about "calling it in the ring," what it means to be fired up, and the lost art of selling. He's also talking about the great Lucha Underground vignettes, the Will Ospreay vs Ricochet match, and his own legendary bout with Pentagon, Jr. And he thinks season 3 of Lucha is so good, he's not sure WTF they're gonna do for season 4!
Take a tour of Goldberg's Garage. Bill's walking Steve through his car collection at the Goldberg Compound, and has stories about everything - from his first Trans Am to his prized Lawman to the custom Goldberg bike designed and built by West Coast Choppers. You'll hear why there's no Porche in Bill's collection, why his self-proclaimed '99 "piece-o-crap" truck is the one he drives most often, and which car his wife had to drive into the garage because the clutch was too much for Goldberg!
It's part 2 with Bill Goldberg and this time it's the lessons he learned from Hulk Hogan, the truth about the WWE locker room, the reasons he quit the squared circle biz, stories from the set of Adam Sandler's "The Longest Yard," and the one thing that "will haunt him forever."
Swig of beer for Bill Goldberg's first appearance on the Steve Austin Show! Bill talks about trading his childhood NFL dream for a career in pro-wrestling; his first big WCW contract; his controversial match with Steve Regal; the time he knocked himself out in the ring against Diamond Dallas Page; and why he calls himself an "intelligent meathead."
Retired Navy SEAL Jocko Willink was commander of SEAL Team Three's Task Unit Bruiser during the Battle Of Ramadi, and received the Silver Star and Bronze Star for his actions in the Iraq War. He chronicled some of those experiences, and the leadership principles he learned in the SEALS in his book, "Extreme Ownership: How US Navy SEALs Lead & Win." And today, he's talking to Steve about BUDs training, Hell Week, discipline, the brotherhood, how he survived deployment away from his family, and he shares a few leadership principles you can apply to your own life and career.