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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 talks about anything and everything that pops into his brain. In this Network friendly version of the show Steve shares tales from his new life, unbelievable past adventures, talks to pro wrestling pals...you name it, Steve's on it.
Phil Keoghan is host of TV's "Amazing Race," and he's also put together an incredible documentary about the 1928 Tour de France. The doc is called Le Ride, and Phil and his buddy Ben rode the 3,300+ mile course on bicycles from that time. They filmed their race, and are now sharing their story. Phil talks about the search to find the bikes, plotting and recreating the original course to the best of their ability, and why the 1928 race was so important to document. He talks about nutrition and training back then compared to what he & Ben did today, the conditions of the road now vs 1928, the gear, and the support team now vs then. He also recounts the mental and physical strain of riding 150 miles a day for 26 straight days. It's a fascinating, nearly unbelievable journey, and a must-listen!
X-Pac & Steve answer your squared-circle questions! They're telling Ric Flair stories, Macho Man Randy Savage stories, and theorizing on Vince Russo's heat with fans. They also have some thoughts on Kenny Omega, Okada & his recent behind-the-scenes visit to WWE, and Zack Sabre Jr. Plus, X-Pac explains what really happened on a recent trip through LAX, why he took a polygraph test live on his own podcast, and how he survived a stint in jail.
Ring of Honor's Marty Scurll aka The Villain stops by 317 Gimmick Street to talk about his recent debut with New Japan Pro Wrestling & the G1 Tournament, the evolution of his character and the Crossface Chicken Wing finishing move, what he took from Doink The Clown and Koko B. Ware, kayfabe in Japan, the wrestling scene in Britain, and the story of The Bullet Club and Kenny Omega. He also explains why he really loves his fans, what he thinks it means to be a heel in today's pro-wrestling world, and how he knew by age 5 that the squared circle was for him.
Bayley and Steve Austin break down her incredible NXT Takeover: Brooklyn match against Sasha Banks. Hear what Steve loved about it, what Bayley thought she could have done better, and what surprised them both. Bayley also has some thoughts on the evolution of her WWE character and what exactly that means for her young fans! Plus, Bayley's plans for the future outside the squared circle!
WWE Superstar & former RAW Women's Champ, Bayley, drops by 316 Gimmick Street to talk about her upcoming first trip to Japan, traveling with Sasha Banks, grape squishers, being a Ring General, and giving receipts. And she's sharing stories about Dusty Rhodes, John Cena, what she loved about Eddie Guerrero, and the real difference between NXT and WWE. You'll also hear about her basketball and cross-country track days in highschool, and why she's into Crossfit training now.
Josh Barnett returns to 317 Gimmick Street with info on New Japan Pro Wrestling & their upcoming live event in Los Angeles on July 1st and 2nd, training Shinsuke Nakamura, Hideki Suzuki's shoot match, Billy Robinson's training philosophy, the Omega vs Okada matches, the art of the comeback, and the development of The Rock. He's also dropping some 411 on Jon Jones vs Daniel Cormier, training Travis Brown, and whether or not Josh plans to return to the octagon himself.
Steve and Kristin tried their hand at vacationing, and they truly gave it their best shot at a 5-star resort in Santa Barbara! They played horseshoes and cornhole, went hiking, and took some shots on the putting green. They scoured the area for bloody marys, antiques, and restaurants open between the hours of 2pm-5pm. Find out who was out for game revenge, who ruined a brand new pair of sneakers, and what happens when you call fake phone numbers posted on Instagram! And you know since this was a driving vacation, there were definitely some trials & tribulations navigating the LA freeway system!
UFC Hall of Famer Pat Miletich has plenty of stories about his incredible career in the octagon! He breaks down his training regimen & pre-fight strategies from his fighting days, and reveals the hard lesson he learned from his first amateur kickboxing match in Chicago! He also loves fishing, takes pilot lessons & is training hard for the upcoming Leadville Trail 100 (a high altitude, ultramarathon through the heart of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado).
Mark Bell from Super Training Gym in Sacramento returns to 316 Gimmick Street to drop some 411 on the ketogenic diet, how he keeps his carb cravings and consumption in check, what's changed about his workouts now that he's hit 40, and how the side effects from performance enhancing drugs affected him back in the day. Mark also talks about his time on the WWE roster - from his training with Rip Rogers at OVW to working with Booker T and Steve Austin in the grocery store angle to his friendship with John Morrison aka Johnny Mundo.
Shane "Hurricane" Helms has plenty to say about being a heel, a babyface, and a tweener (and he's talking to you, Darth Vader). He's adapted to the changing business, the presentation of the product, the ring style of his various gimmicks, and what it means to bring "the gaga." He has a best body of work, a favorite character, and insight into his relationship with Vince McMahon. Shane's also sharing thoughts on WWE's Backlash event and Jinder Mahal's future, along with a few words of wisdom for Charlotte Flair!
Lucha's Johnny Mundo (aka John Morrison) can add movie star to his credits now! He stars in the new film, "Boone The Bounty Hunter," which he created, co-wrote, and produced. You'll hear why it took 5 years to get to the big screen, how he trained for & filmed his own stunts, and what he sacrificed in order to make this film. And of course he & Steve also talk wrestling, including stories about Bob Holly, the M&M tag team with Joey Mercury, Lucha, and how John elevated his wrestling game the last couple of years.
Shane McMahon visited 317 Gimmick Street, and talked to Steve about his incredible dive from atop the cage in his match against The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 32, what it was like traveling down the road with Don Muraco and Roddy Piper, hanging out with Andre The Giant, being Commish of Smackdown, and his relationship with his father, Vince McMahon. Shane & Steve also discuss Steve's abrupt departure from WWE back in the day, and how that affected not only Vince personally, but the company as a whole.
NFL Network analyst Heath Evans is an opinionated guy and not afraid to say what's on his mind! He's also a former Auburn Tiger, and played pro ball with Seattle, the Patriots, and the New Orleans Saints. He'll tell you why Tom Brady's the best quarterback in the game, what was different about a Drew Brees huddle and offense, how Bill Belichick manages to keep on winning, and what might have been for Peyton Manning had he not suffered that critical neck injury. He's breaking down the draft, Christian McCaffrey's NFL future, and Adrian Peterson's potential comeback with the Saints. He's also talking Nick Saban, CTE and football, his own combine and draft day, NFL owners and ownership, and staying healthy on and off the field.
WWE Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas Page is sharing all the details of his incredible Hall of Fame story - from who broke to news to where he was when he found out to how they managed to capture his reaction on film! He's also talking about his incredible speech, what he thought of Eric Bischoff's induction, having his daughters escort him to the stage, his tributes to Dusty Rhodes and Jody Hamilton, and burying the heat with Ric Flair. Plus, you'll hear about the infamous Pink Cadillac, how DDP was forced to give up the cigar gimmick at WCW, his baptism by fire with The Freebirds and Michael PS Hayes, and the night he met Jake The Snake Roberts.
Steve Austin drove his pickup truck from Tilden, Texas to Marina Del Rey, California, and had a heck of an adventure. He's got road stories involving the Highway Patrol, KAO campgrounds, wayward trailers, Edna, Texas, and saying goodbye to the Broken Skull Ranch. Plus, Steve clears the air about his relationship with WWE.
Vince Russo, host of "Vince Russo's The Brand" podcast, was good friends with Chyna aka Jonie Laurer, and remembers the pro-wrestling superstar from the first time he met her at WWE catering to her final few days before she passed. Steve and Vince also trade stories about the late, great Ivan Koloff, and Paul Orndorff (one of Steves favorites)! Plus, find out how Vince is surviving in his new home - a log cabin in the middle of 5 acres of Indiana countryside! And, meet the newest member of the Austin family, but you'll have to hit play if you want to know her name!
Wrestlemania 33 is in the history books, and Wade Keller joins to break down pro-wrestlings biggest night. They cover Neville vs Austin Aries and whether it was smart to put the cruiserweight title as the opening match in the pre-show; the Andre Memorial Battle Royal and the early exits of both Big Show and Braun Strowman; the barn burner that was AJ Styles vs Shane McMahon; Jericho vs Kevin Owens and the subtleties that made it a favorite; and the Bayley vs Charlotte vs Sasha Banks vs Nia Jax, and who really came away the winner from that four-way. They also go in-depth on The Hardy Boyz triumphant return, Triple H doing the favors for Seth Rollins, and John Cena & Nikki Bella vs Miz & Maryse.
Court Bauer of MLW Radio and Steve Austin preview Wrestlemania 33. They're looking at Jericho vs Kevin Owens, Goldberg vs Brock Lesnar, the staying power of The Undertaker, whether Braun Strowman will make a big splash on Sunday, Bayley's plight as part of a 4-way, and the possibility of Charlotte being good enough & over enough to main event the show! They also analyze Big Show and Shaq, Finn Balor, Bobby Roode, The Good Brothers of Southpaw Regional Wrestling, The Miz's tremendous year, and Dean Ambrose's shot at the Intercontinental Championship. You'll also hear a great story about the 2006 Hall of Fame, an in-depth breakdown of The Undertaker vs Shawn Michaels' classic match, and more debate on getting color and high spots.
Adam Cole is killing it at ROH, and also as a member of New Japan Pro Wrestlings Bullet Club. He and Steve talk babyface vs heel psychology, cutting good promos, how color can enhance a storyline, and in-ring work today vs in-ring work back in the day! Adam also has thoughts on AJ Styles success at WWE, CM Punk's promo style, and Joey Mercury's ability to work a crowd.
Zoltan Bathory of Five Finger Death Punch returns to talk MMA, military hand-to-hand combat training, and thrillseeking! He's a self-admitted adrenaline junkie who flies airplanes and helicopters, races monster trucks, and competes in jiu jitsu! He & FFDP also do a lot for the men & women of the American Armed Forces, and even played a concert at Camp Liberty in Bagdhad.