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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).
Paul Lazenby has a new book, "When We Were Bouncers 2," and he's sharing some of the crazier stories on the Steve Austin Show. He's also talking about the New Japan Pro Wrestling G1 tournament, Kenny Omega, Juice Robinson, and Zack Sabre Jr. Plus, Paul just finished filming the new "Predator" movie and will share what he can from that set along with stories from his days as a movie stunt man, including the films he did as Steve Austin's stunt double! And then Wade Keller joins after the show to break down this week's WWE Monday Night RAW and Smackdown.
The white meat babyface from Norman, Oklahoma, Jumpin' Jim Ross, stops by 317 Gimmick Street to talk about his own return to WWE, calling matches for New Japan Pro Wrestling, The Undertaker's final Wrestlemania moment, what he makes of Kenny Omega, the Big Cass heel turn on Enzo Amore, why he wants to see Shinsuke Nakamura take on AJ Styles, and his hopes for Braun Strowman. He also shares how he's doing since losing his beloved little angel! Plus, Wade Keller checks in after the show to rundown the WWE Great Balls Of Fire PPV, and this week's RAW and Smackdown.
NJPW color announcer Don Callis aka Cyrus aka The Halliburton Cowboy (and cohost of the "Killing The Town with Storm & Cyrus" podcast) joins Steve to talk New Japan Pro Wrestling! They break down Kenny Omega, Okada, and Shinsuke Nakamura's current WWE run. Don's also sharing stories from his own in-ring career including tag teaming with Rick Martel, his WWE gimmick in The Truth Commission, and traveling the highways with Lance Storm. And stick around to the end of the show to hear Wade Keller and Steve discuss this week's Monday Night RAW, Smackdown, Impact Wrestling's Slammiversary, and NJPW's G1 tournament in LA.
Wade Keller and Steve discuss Cody Rhodes ROH World Title win and his upcoming match against Okada; the Enzo & Big Cass reunion and further heel turn by Cass; Brock Lesnar and Samoa Joe; why they believe Daniel Bryan needs to respond to James Ellsworth, and Sasha Banks gauntlet match on Smackdown this week. Plus, Steve takes your calls about everything from Legion of Doom to Roman Reigns to NXT to the Road Warriors to the upcoming 5th season of the Broken Skull Challenge!
Wade Keller and Steve breakdown WWE's Money In The Bank and the subsequent action on Monday Night RAW and Smackdown. They discuss the surprise finish of the women's Money In The Bank ladder match, Carmella's great catch, the controversial Smackdown Women's Championship title match between Naomi and Lana, Big Cass' heel turn, Enzo's future, Seth "freakin'" Rollins, and Jinder Mahal's push. They also analyze whether Shinsuke Nakamura has lost his mystique, AJ Styles' booking, Luke Harper wrestling as a bad-ass big man, Roman Reigns as a straight-up heel, and Baron Corbin rising to the occasion. Plus, they have some words of advice for Braun Strowman.
Wade Keller from ProWrestling Torch and Steve do a little Monday Night RAW and Smackdown analysis! Hear their take on the Brock Lesnar-Samoa Joe pull apart, why this might be the perfect time for an angle that involves more than just Suplex City for Brock, and what Samoa Joe's skill set can dictate in the ring. They also speculate on a possible Bayley heel turn, Roman Reigns' upcoming big announcement, John Cena's free agent status, and what Sami Zayn's win means for his future. Plus, they have thoughts on Jinder Mahal's exaggerated snarl, Bray Wyatt's laugh, and the comedy pop offered by Tyler Breeze and Fandango. And there's a little breakdown on the just-announced Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor boxing fight!
Pat Miletich returns with stories from the set of the "Bobby Z" movie he shot with Paul Walker, tales from his days as a bouncer in clubs around the Quad Cities, and the neck injury that contributed to his decision to stop fighting. He's also got a heck of an idea for a whole new MMA promotion, some thoughts on the UFC selling for $4 billion, and how eating gluten-free has rekindled his love of music!
The Brian Kendrick is a WWE Cruiserweight and that makes him part of the WWE 205 Live! This is his fourth go-round with WWE and he's determined to make it a success! Hear Brian's story about his original debut in 2003 delivering a singing telegram to The Undertaker, what got him fired, and how after 7 years of trying, he finally made his way back. He's also talking about studying at Shawn Michaels' wrestling school, being motivated by Daniel Bryan (a fellow student and trainee), what William Regal has done for his career, and why he loves Japanese style wrestling. He's got a favorite match, a Wrestlemania moment, and he wanted to be the Ultimate Warrior when he was a kid.
Steve Austin took a trip to the LBC to visit CT Fletcher and talk a little shop! They hit on CT's new supplement line (which he tested on himself), straight curl competitions, giving up cheeseburgers in favor of the pescatarian diet, the importance (or not) of countin' reps, why CT believes overtraining is bullshit, and working out with WWE Superstars Jinder Mahal, Big Show, Big E, and Braun Strowman. CT also shares some 411 on his favorite bodybuilders past and present, who he'd most like to work out with, and what he really means when he says, F Cardio!
Teddy Fowler checks in from Rockport, Texas to share some of his favorite stories from the Broken Skull Ranch, including a couple of close calls with rattlesnakes, deer, and the new owner! He & Steve also break down the UFC 211 card (Miocic vs Dos Santos, Joanna Jedrzejcyk vs Jessica Andrade, Maia vs Masvidal) and contemplate what it would be like to take one of those nasty leg kicks! And if anyone knows a good plastic surgeon, hit up Ted @TedFowler361 on twitter and IG.
It's a bullshit session coming to you from 317 Gimmick Street as Steve and his illustrious wife, Kristin, break down the discombobulations that come with moving back in to 316 Gimmick Street (like childproof electric sockets, turquoise stucco, and acid washing the pool). They're also sharing their bicycle adventures, their So Cal freeway trials & tribulations, Steve's new ketogenic diet, and the true definition of "hands free."
Court Bauer from MLW Radio joins Steve to talk WWE Payback! They share thoughts on Kevin Owens vs Chris Jericho and Jericho's ability to constantly (and successfully) reinvent himself; Neville fully embracing his heel character; the hellacious tag team that is Sheamus and Cesaro; the dynamic promo of Alexa Bliss; protecting talent in their hometowns, Smackdown's Women's Division; the House of Horrors with Randy Orton & Bray Wyatt; and the 12-month trajectory of Braun Strowman!
Turns out one of the workin' man fans of the Steve Austin Show is also a workin' indie wrestler in Lafayette, Louisiana! Rhett Thibodeaux has his own ring, books, promotes, and wrestles! He also works matches with the first guy that Steve Austin ever stepped in the squared circle with - Frogman LeBlanc! Rhett and Steve talk Monday Night Wars, today's wrestlin' style, Chris Jericho's latest WWE run, high flyin' spots, and the time Rhett tried out for ECW as Retro Thibadeaux.
It's a bittersweet day at the Austin house! The Broken Skull Ranch in Tilden, Texas is no longer, but ALL of the memories (the good, the bad, and the ugly) remain! Steve and Kristin share some of their favorite stories from the ranch - the family nights of music, the hunts, Teddy Fowler, birthdays & anniversaries, and also a few of the things they don't miss AT ALL - like the incredible Texas heat, the bugs, and the 1500 mile journey each way. Steve's also answering your questions about the ranch, and contemplating the location of the future Broken Skull Ranch...because YES, the brand lives on!
Vince Russo returns with more opinions about the state of the pro-wrestling business, and some friendly debate with Steve about the passion and commitment of today's WWE roster! They also talk Wrestlemania 33, and The Undertaker's send-off, and Vince offers some insight into how the creative process worked during the Attitude Era.
The Wrestlemania 33 convo was too big for one episode, so here's the conclusion of Steve & Wade's analysis, and this time it's focused on Randy Orton versus Bray Wyatt, Bill Goldberg's match against Brock Lesnar, the women's 6-way, and The Undertaker's ride off into the sunset! Steve's also sharing your comments & feedback about the event, and telling a few of his own stories, including a funny one involving new RAW GM Kurt Angle.
Steve and his illustrious wife, Kristin, answer your questions about Baltimore 1998 vs Paul Bearer; Kane's Mayoral race; hunting shed horns; veggie bacon, burgers, and spaghetti; boycotting eggplant; and Metallica. Plus, the aftermath of the chigger bugs, the great mosquito battle, return receipts in pro-wrestling, a Perry Saturn beatdown, a new member of the Austin family, and yes, No-See-Ums are legit.
Adam Cole returns to answer your questions, and they range from everything from The Bullet Club and The Young Bucks to AJ Styles to the Panama City Playboy gimmick. Adam also talks about a potential match with Kenny Omega, working in Japan, winning the ROH World Championship, traveling with Jay Briscoe, and whether the WWE/NXT might be in his future. Plus, he's offering advice for succeeding on the indie scene, eating clean on the road on a limited budget, and mastering your merch!
Tom Finn is a beer drinking, powerlifting, prison guard who does some pretty crazy stunts involving feats of strength, which he documents on Instagram (@huckfinnbarbell). He's telling his story and sharing some tips on nutrition, weight training, gear, competing, and what the "Shawshank Redemption" got right. He's also a Chicago Bears fan with some definite opinions about Jay Cutler!
Rip Rogers is sharing more 411 on pro wrestling psychology! This time its all about high spots, throwing a good working punch, creating an original gimmick, and really honing a few good in-ring tools. Rips also talking about booking the Puerto Rico territory, the old caravan tours of Germany, and telling a few more stories about Macho Man Randy Savage.