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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).
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.
Rip Rogers has a hell of a twitter account (@Hustler2754) filled with all sorts of great advice and observations about the pro-wrestling biz! Yeah, a lot's changed since he was last in the squared circle, but as you'll hear him say, not the fundamentals or the psychology! He's telling it like it is when it comes to heels vs babyfaces, working punches, bumping, selling, reading the crowd, and tucking in those boot laces! He's also got stories about working with Dick The Bruiser, Lanny Poffo, and Fit Finlay.
You wanna know what it takes to run and win a Spartan Race or survive a Navy SEAL training camp? Broken Skull Challenge champ Hunter McIntyre returns to talk about the nitty-gritty of extreme fitness competition! He's also talking Macho Man Randy Savage, tattoos, and a possible career in pro-wrestling. Plus, hear the latest headaches, hassles, and horseshit from 317 Gimmick Street. #DogPoo vs #DogShit
Paul Roma returns to tell more stories about Power and Glory, his departure from WWF, his relationship with Vince McMahon, jumping to WCW, and lockerroom fights. Hes also talking about Ric Flair, Lex Luger, the Hart Foundation, and wrestling in Europe.
Paul Roma was half of The Young Stallions tag team, half of the Power & Glory tag team, and got the best wrestling advice ever from Mr. Perfect Curt Hennig (a lot of which Paul is passing on to other young wrestlers via his Paradise Alley wrestling school in Connecticut). He got his big wrestling break thanks to Mr. Fuji, and shares some of the classic ribs that Fuji pulled on many unsuspecting wrestlers. Pauls also talking about how he met his Young Stallions partner Jim Powers, his friendship with Harley Race, meeting Andre The Giant for the first time, and what he learned from Paul Orndorff.
Bruce Prichard, host of the Something To Wrestle With podcast, joins Steve as they wrestle with all kinds of pro-wrestling topics including what it really takes to write a Royal Rumble and book the match, John Cena's work and career, the Rock & Roll Express and the Midnight Express not being in the WWE Hall of Fame, Kurt Angle's upcoming HOF induction, the "it" factor of AJ Styles, what it takes to get over and stay over, how Bruce ended up being assigned to work creatively with Stone Cold Steve Austin, and the infamous Wrestlemania match between The Rock and Hulk Hogan.
Steve Austin, Rob Croxall from El Segundo Brewing Company, and Brad and Matt from Noble Ale Works taste their way through the Noble Ale Works brew menu as they talk about everything from the Highway To Hell PPV featuring Stone Cold and the Undertaker, Super Fly, Kevin Owens, the art of cutting a promo, scripted vs ad-libbing, Vince McMahon's nearly-ruined IPO, Mick Foley's 12 chair shots, and Jerry "The King" Lawler.
Eric Embry returns with tales about getting color in Texas, working with the Von Erichs (especially Kerry), booking Dallas, and handling payouts! He also spent a lot of time in Puerto Rico, working and booking, and shares his recollections about the night Bruiser Brody was killed, and the circumstances surrounding that tragedy.
Steve & Kristin Austin are back in not-so-sunny So Cal and doing the first podcast from 317 Gimmick Street (that's no typo)! They share travel stories, and then Steve tackles your questions about squared circle communication & talking trash, blading & kicking out of pins, Stone Cold's last match, shooting arrows at Vince McMahon, the Bionic Redneck Gimmick, Beatles vs Stones, Led Zeppelin vs Rush, and the return of the Ford Bronco. He's also ranting on some first world problems plaguing the city of angels.
Steve and Teddy's final episode from the Broken Skull Ranch, and they're answering all sorts of questions about the XFL, duck hunting, Teddy's tattoo fascination, zipties & dartboards, melatonin & sleep problems, and kicking smart phone & social media addictions. You'll also learn 11 facts about Australia that you didn't know, and might not have wanted to know (ranging from dingo fences to Emus to beer-guzzlin' Prime Ministers)!
Eric Embry trained with Lou Thesz, worked the Sportatorium with the Von Erichs, booked the Memphis territory with Jerry Lawler, had a helluva 5-minute title match with Jerry Jarrett, caught some serious heat for tearing down the World Class sign inside the squared circle, learned about human nature & psychology from Gary Hart, and was one of the first to spot the "it" factor in a young Dallas wrestler named Steve Williams (aka Steve Austin). And those are just SOME of the stories you'll hear in this incredible episode.
Wow! You guys sent in some doozies... but Steve Austin and Ted Fowler answered them all (or at least tried to - someone needs to brush up on their Ming Dynasty history)! So what you're getting is 2 hours of conspiracy theories (moon landing, area 51, and JFK assassination), the Walking Dead and how to prepare for a zombie apocalypse, tips on good dental hygiene, ethical hunting shots, Superbowl picks and NCAA Championship predictions, and Teddy's best pick-up lines (but no guarantees they'll actually work)! And then there's the wrestling stuff - AJ Styles, Broken Matt Hardy and The Final Deletion, Steve's most prized wrestling memorabilia, Big Van Vader in the Hall of Fame, a possible Stone Cold comeback, and the life-saving flatback bump!
Steve Austin and Teddy Fowler took a little road trip to San Antonio, Texas, and had quite the adventure. Hear the duties and responsibilities of the shot gun passenger, why they're advocating for the use of ziplock bags, who's got first sip out of the 12 oz red bull can, and when it's ok to dump pickles on the side of the road! Plus, it's the return of that pesky woodpecker, the skunk relocation program, Al E. Gator's feeding time, and one big hassle at the Motel 6 deer stand.
Santino Marella is truly Italian (on his father's side), totally bought into Hulkamania as a kid, started taking Judo because that's the class that worked best in his mom's work schedule, was banned from Japan for a year, and abruptly retired from WWE due to his ongoing neck injuries and surgeries. He's plenty busy though - running his Battle Arts Academy, learning to hunt with a bow, working for Sports Net TV, and closely following the UFC and Ronda Rousey's return.
Steve, Teddy and Kristin are settled in at the Broken Skull Ranch in South Texas, and having quite the adventure! So much so... that Steve's illustrious wife actually drops an F bomb on this Unleashed episode! But what caused it? Was it Hershey getting skunked? Or maybe the WASP invasion at the Motel 6 deer stand? Or eating tacos at Cancun TWICE in the same day? Or possibly the drive-thru experience on the way to San Antonio? Or maybe it was just a certain pro-wrestler playing clarinet in his MeUndies... WTF?
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Mr. Fly at the Rosemont Horizon! Sit front row, center for the epic match that is sure to lead to one of the greatest rematches in the history of the squared circle! This is storytelling and psychology at its finest... and it ain't no "Sports Entertainment" either. This is pro-wrestling. Period.
Becky Lynch is the Smackdown Women's Champion and she's telling Steve how that happened. You'll hear about her journey to NXT and her awesome matches with Sasha Banks. She's also talking about her 7 year break from pro-wrestling, her short-lived stint as a flight attendant, her two lost wild-child years, and her love of grunge music, journaling, MMA, and yoga. Plus, she shares her take on performance, selling, psychology, the return of Bill Goldberg, Fit Finley, how she handles life on the road and in the ring, and making the most of every opportunity.
Comedian Jim Norton and Sam Roberts are avid MMA and pro-wrestling fans. They also happen to co-host the "Sam Roberts and Jim Norton Show" every weekday morning on SiriusXM Channel 206. They stopped by 316 Gimmick Street with some great stories about Sam's 2-minute interview with Brock Lesnar, Jesse Ventura's beef with Jim Norton, why Nancy Grace walked out of their live radio show mid-interview, and what happened when Jim Norton and Lewis Black got arrested & spent the night in jail. Jim also talks comedy - from creation to heckling, his relationship with Andrew Dice Clay, and why he never tries out new material in front of his comic friends. Plus, Jim's got some thoughts on the UFC 205 card, and Sam has a few comments about heels and heat in the squared circle.