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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.
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.
Five Finger Death Punch founding guitarist Zoltan Bathory invited Steve Austin on his yacht, and the two shot the breeze about everything from Zoltan growing up in Hungary to the first guitar he built out of furniture in his house to moving to New York City to making WWF merch (including Stone Cold t-shirts)! Zoltan's also talking about his martial arts training, and his first-ever visit to the Gracie Academy! Plus, Steve Austin shares his thoughts on the WWE Fastlane PPV and what it means for Wrestlemania.
Kevin Owens has plenty to say about Chris Jericho and the Festival of Friendship, taking on Goldberg at Fastlane, and the anticipation of Wrestlemania in Orlando. He and Steve also have a very lengthy discussion on the art and the use of the Stone Cold Stunner, and what might have made it more effective against Roman Reigns at the Royal Rumble. Plus, Kevin has stories about his time in the indies, his first days at NXT, and making the move to the WWE main roster.
The reigning champ of the Broken Skull Challenge, Hunter McIntyre, spent his formative years partying and experimenting with drugs. It took multiple rehab stays, a near overdose on cocaine, and his first-ever Spartan race to get him cleaned up, out of trouble, and living a healthier life! He's speaking candidly about his drug use, fighting, partying, lost Olympic opportunity, dropping out of school, and how he finally found cross fit, training, and nutrition which got him on the champion path he's living today.
Ted Fowler checks in from Rockport, TX, where he's recovering from ulnar nerve surgery (and heavily medicated), but that does't stop him from weighing in on the Elimination Chamber, the Grammy awards, and giving a blow-by-blow account of his very recent medical procedure (and post-surgery benefits). Steve also has a story or two about traveling on the heel bus back-in-the day, and an update on Hershey!
Oh hell yeah! The Rock 'n' Roll Express are going into the WWE Hall of Fame! It's about dang time! And Robert Gibson is not only talking about how that feels, he's also sharing stories from the 40 years in the ring that it took em to get there! Hear how he got teamed up with Ricky Morton, where the name and look came from, what it was like working for Bill Watts, Jim Crockett, and Jerry Lawler, and how he got Jim Cornette to stop shoot-swinging that tennis racquet at him! Robert also remembers their feud with The Midnight Express, working matches with Ole & Arn Anderson, being fired from WCW, and the one night that 3,000 fans that basically wrecked his brand new, black trans-am.
Wade Keller joins Steve Austin to talk Royal Rumble 2017 - Randy Orton's out of the blue Rumble win, and whether that really means Wrestlemania will be Orton vs Cena; Bayley vs Charlotte & the finish that helped them both; the Universal Championship match involving Kevin Owens, Roman Reigns, Chris Jericho, a suspended shark cage, and brass knuckles; Neville's heel work; AJ Styles, the Phenomenal One; The Undertaker's Rumble entrance; their favorite match, and overall PPV grade. Plus, the evolution of Braun Strowman, a possible Jericho-Owens break up, return booking for Finn Balor, Roman Reigns' next move, protecting characters even on social media, and the return of the Big Men to the Rumble.
Steve Austin and Rob Croxall (of El Segundo Brewing Co) road tripped to Anaheim, CA to talk a little craft brewing (and do more than a little tasting) with brewers Brad and Matt at Noble Ale Works! They talk IPAs, the new hazy IPA trend, light beer, Naughty Sauce, Tongue Tickles, and keg washing.
Danny Cage of the world famous Monster Factory is dropping some serious 411 on how to break into the business of Pro-Wrestling! He and Steve compare notes on training, learning psychology, what makes a great match, the art of the promo, and how to put it all together. Danny knows the inside workings of NXT, Ring of Honor, and Evolve Wrestling - what they're looking for in their athletes and the best way to help wrestling hopefuls get there.
Kenny Omega lost a heck of a title match to Kazuchika Okada at the Tokyo Dome at NJPW's Wrestle Kingdom 11, and has raised quite a few questions about his future since. Dave Meltzer joins Steve to break down the epic match, discuss Kenny's possible career options including WWE and NJPW, and John Cena's public endorsement of Kenny. They also talk Bill Goldberg's WWE return & possible role in the upcoming Royal Rumble, the rise of Braun Strowman, and who might be the next WWE Superstar. Plus, Ronda Rousey's defeat, Miesha Tate's retirement, MMA, and the future of UFC.
Steve Austin and Ted Fowler answer your questions on this Q&A that covers everything from tainted gravy to the pros & cons of high fences to Arn Anderson and Rick Rude. They also weigh in on worst hangovers, and best hangover remedies. Happy New Year from the BSR!
Steve Austin & Ted Fowler mixed up a couple of post-Christmas cocktails and hit the BSR in Steve's beloved Ford Bronco! Join the driving tour as they stop at deer stands, visit Al E. Gator, recap their holiday celebrations, and discuss the status of Ted's dating life.
Steve Austin and Teddy Fowler are having all sorts of headaches and hassles down at the Broken Skull Ranch involving flat tires, rattlesnakes, electric toothbrushes, and radar detectors. They're also eating well for one G.I.A.N.T.s bday (thanks to someone's illustrious wife), and celebrating the Podcast Hall of Fame. Oh, and Teddy's got some great housecleaning tips for all you bachelors out there (that may or may not involve gas masks and ear plugs).
Ever wonder who threw all those beers to Stone Cold Steve Austin in the ring? It was Mark Yeaton, former WWF/WWE timekeeper and referee! He's got the stories about near-misses, long throws, and how much beer they really went through each night! Mark also took part in 27 Wrestlemanias, was around for Hulkmania, had a front-row seat for Roddy Piper & Mr. T, and even drove the WWF ring truck (so he can tell you EXACTLY how those rings were made & what's changed since the 80s)!