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Talk Is Jericho

English, Sports, 1 seasons, 1033 episodes, 1 day 22 hours 41 minutes
He’s a multiple world champion pro wrestler, lead singer of Fozzy, and a New York Times best-selling author. Listen in as Chris Jericho interviews some of the biggest names in wrestling, entertainment, comedy, and the paranormal. Don’t miss his unique, engaging, weekly take on all things pop culture.
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David Cross Is The Worst Daddy In The World

David Cross’ new stand-up special “Worst Daddy In The World” debuts on VEEPS on Monday 11/27, and the actor/comedian shares a sneak peak at the show which was filmed live at The Metro in Chicago. David also has plenty of stories about his critically-acclaimed and Emmy-nominated HBO sketch comedy, “Mr. Show,” working with Christopher Guest on “Waiting For Guffman,” and bringing the eccentric Tobias Funke to life on the award-winning TV series, “Arrested Development.” He talks about his stand-up start, what the legendary Steven Wright did for his career, why he loves touring, and what it was like making three movies with the CGI-created Chipmunks! Buy Tickets for David Cross’ “Worst Daddy In The World” comedy special, streaming Monday 11/27 on VEEPS: Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Brunt Workwear: Go to<
24/11/202348 minutes 54 seconds
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Eric Andre & His Dumb Ideas

Comedian Eric Andre, host of the sketch-comedy program “The Eric Andre Show” on Adult Swim, shares hilarious behind-the-scenes stories about some of his infamous pranks and celebrity victims, including Jon Hamm, Dennis Rodman, Vivica A. Fox, and Chris Jericho! He explains what inspired the show, how they’re still able to get the reactions they do 11 years later, and what goes into prepping the episodes and seasons. He talks about his early days doing open mics and stand-up in Boston, how and when he pitched the original idea for his prank show, and how he and collaborator Dan Curry put together their new book, “Dumb Ideas,” which has some great tips and tricks for pulling pranks at home. Plus, Eric talks about his movie “Bad Trip,” his character in HBO’s “The Righteous Gemstones,” and love of wrestling, and the impact it’s had on his own creative genius and career.  Purchase Dumb Ideas book: <a href="
22/11/202345 minutes 33 seconds
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Eli Roth Carves Thanksgiving

Eli Roth returns to talk about his return to the horror genre! His new movie, Thanksgiving, hit theaters today, and Eli’s got lots of great stories from the set and shooting! He talks about setting the film in Boston, shooting in Canada, casting Patrick Demspey, the real-life historical figure that inspired the killer, and writing the script with his childhood friend! He also shares the role that Quentin Tarantino and Grindhouse played in Thankgiving’s origin way back in 2007, what prompted him to finally make the film, and how some of the kills changed along the way. Plus, talks about COVID’s impact on both movie-making and the theater experience. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Brunt Workwear: Go to and use code TIJ to get $10 off your first order plus free shipping and returns.Better Help: TIJ is sponsored by Better Help. Visit https
17/11/20231 hour 4 minutes 6 seconds
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Country Hearts Christmas with Lanie McAuley

Lanie McAuley plays Chris Jericho’s daughter in the new movie, “Country Hearts Christmas,” which debuts Sunday night at 7pm Eastern on UPtv. Lanie and Chris share stories from the set including working with horses, performing in character, shooting two films back-to-back with different directors, and embracing the family values in the made-for-TV drama. They talk about their characters (Lanie plays Tori and Chris plays Bones), crying on cue, and drawing from real life experiences to bring it all to life. Plus, Lanie talks about her career as a child actress doing Barbie & Bratz commercials, and horror films! Watch Country Hearts Christmas on UPtv this Sunday 11/19 at 7pm EASTERN Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Brunt Workwear: Go to and use code TIJ to
15/11/20231 hour 50 seconds
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Let’s Fight! The Story of China’s Middle Kingdom Wrestling

Adrian Gomez is the man behind China’s Middle Kingdom Wrestling, and MA is his current champion! Adrian explains how he originally came to China by way of Phoenix, Arizona, what inspired him to start a wrestling promotion in China, and how he first met a young wrestler named MA. MA shares his pro wrestling journey from his first introduction to wrestling through a childhood friend at school to training with The Slam to becoming MKW World Champion! Adrian details how wrestling legend Ho Ho Lun helped him get MKW started, the impact that China’s Zero COVID policy had on MKW, and his upcoming plans for MKW’s Bash At The Bay 3 in January 2024! Adrian also talks about MKW’s marketing efforts and growth, and small role it’s played in diplomatic relations between nations. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Brunt Workwear: Go to and use code TIJ to get $10 off your first order plus free shippin
10/11/202349 minutes 25 seconds
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Andrew Dice Clay Is Gonna Stab You With His Sideburns!

Andew Dice Clay debuts on TIJ with a bang! Or should we say a “ya hear?!” Dice has stories for days about befriending and opening for Guns N’ Roses in the 90s, getting them back together in 2010s, and opening for them again recently on their stadium tour!  He goes deep on his lifetime ban from MTV, what Rodney Dangerfield did for Dice and other young comedians back in the day, and what it was like to be the first cancelled comic! He talks Crazy Larry on “Diff’rent Strokes,” working out with Sly Stallone, having a fan in Cher, and developing his comedy set. He also shares his upcoming plans including a stand-up set at The Wiltern in Los Angeles on November 15th, a possible arena tour next year, and a new show called “The Famous Face.” Andrew Dice Clay Tickets Nov 15, 2023 Los Angeles, CA | Live Nation Thank you for support
08/11/202356 minutes 39 seconds
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Luke Spiller and The Pretty Vicious Struts

The Struts frontman Luke Spiller has some pretty incredible stories from last year’s Taylor Hawkins Tribute concerts. He talks about his friendship with the late Foo Fighters drummer, and the impact that Taylor had on Luke’s own career and life. He explains the bittersweetness of performing with Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor, and what it was like to do “The Walk” to the stage with his musical heroes. Luke also details what it was like working and performing with David Bowie’s pianist Mike Garson, and the influence that experience had on The Struts new album, “Pretty Vicious.” He shares stories about the writing and recording process for the new album, the role that COVID played in its making, and why he thinks this is the band’s best collection of work to date. Plus, he’s got the GREATEST story about Sir Paul McCartney! Buy/Stream The Struts “Pretty Vicious” -!bio
03/11/202356 minutes 39 seconds
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Anatomy Of An AEW Costume Maker

Chris Estell is one of two tailor and costume makers at AEW, and he shares the story of how a career in the Navy unexpectedly led him to professional wrestling. He explains how he met now-retired AEW seamstress Sandra Gray, and all she did (and continues to do) to help Chris succeed. Chris talks about making costumes for Jericho, Wardlow, Will Hobbs, Daniel Garcia, Jon Moxley, Bryan Danielson, MJF, Saraya, FTR, and Austin Gunn. He also dishes on who’s most particular, whose gear takes the longest, who’s the easiest to work with, and who gives him the most freedom with design. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Brunt Workwear: Go to and use code TIJ to get $10 off your first order plus free shipping and returns.Hello Fresh: Go to and use code 50JERICHO to get 50% off plus 15% off your next two months.<
01/11/202347 minutes 57 seconds
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Classic Franchise Clash – Halloween vs Friday The 13th

It’s the 4th Annual TIJ Halloween Spooktacular with Darcy The Mail Girl from The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs on the Shudder Network! And this Halloween, Darcy & Jericho pit Halloween and Friday The 13th against each other in Classic Album Clash style battle of the horror movie franchises! They debate writing, directing, actors, storylines and death scenes. They’ve also got some great trivia about budgets and filming, and of course name their favorite characters and kills from each of the first five movies of both franchises! And they asked some of their horror movie-loving celeb friends to chime in too including Joe Bob Briggs, actor CJ Graham, Larry Zerner, Charlie Benante of Anthrax, Fozzy guitarist Rich Ward, Danhausen, Terrifier director Damien Leone, and actress Judie Aronson!  Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Brunt Workwear: Go to and use code TIJ to get $10 off your first
27/10/20231 hour 21 minutes 27 seconds
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Comedy, Cringe & KISS – The Paul Lynde Halloween Special Watchalong

Fozzy bassist PJ Farley and the Pod of Thunder gang return for a special Halloween watchalong featuring their favorite band – KISS!  But it’s NOT a KISS special! It’s The Paul Lynde Halloween Special which originally aired on ABC all the way back on October 29, 1976. They break down the skits and stars of the comedy special starring comedian and Hollywood Squares regular, Paul Lynde. They ponder why everyone from Donny & Marie to Roz Kelly (aka Pinky Tuscadero on Happy Days) to Billy Barty to Florence Henderson and KISS were tapped to participate. They discuss the heavily-edited KISS performances, the comments that both Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons have made about the special over the years, and why and how they think the special got made in the first place. Plus, they offer up their favorite scenes and moments, and their ultimate review of the program as a whole. See it or skip it? Listen and find out! Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Brunt Workwear: Go t
25/10/20231 hour 13 minutes 29 seconds
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Al Snow – The Head of OVW

Al Snow is the co-owner and booker of OVW (Ohio Valley Wrestling) in Louisville, Kentucky, and also one of the featured stars in the new Netflix docu-series “Wrestlers.” Al tells the story of how he (and Matt Jones and Louisville Mayor Craig Greenberg) came to buy OVW from Danny Davis in 2018, and proceeded to build the roster and fanbase until COVID halted their plans in 2020. He explains the inspiration behind the docu-series, how and when Netflix got involved, and what it’s done to reinvigorate OVW’s popularity as a premiere training location for the pro wrestling business. Al also talks about his own time in WWE including the Kennel From Hell, tagging with Mick Foley, the Head gimmick, what it was like working with The Rock and The Undertaker, what he learned specifically from Paul Heyman, and how he feels about his then-relationship with Vince McMahon.  Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Brunt Workwear: Go to https
20/10/202359 minutes 44 seconds
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Sleepaway Camp 2 – Unhappy CamperCast, Live From Las Vegas

Live from Joe Bob’s Drive-in Jamboree, it’s a mini-reunion of the Unhappy Campers from “Sleepaway Camp 2” (one of Chris Jericho’s all-time favorite horror movies)! Chris & Darcy The Mail Girl interview Kendall Bean (who played Demi) and Amy Fields (who played Jodi Shote aka one of the Shit Sisters). They share stories about the set, filming, and some of their co-stars like Pamela Springsteen (the Boss’ real-life sister), and Renee Estevez (real life sister of Charlie Sheen). Plus, Chris gets some breaking news when writer Michael Hitchcock reveals a HUGE secret he’s been keeping for nearly 40 years! He’s the real writer behind “Sleepaway Camp 2” and “Sleepaway Camp 3”!  Michael explains why he kept it a secret for so long and what finally made him break his silence. He also shares who and what inspired the characters and the story, how some of the kills were changed in various drafts of the script (like the original vision for the outhouse death), and the way he originally planned t
18/10/20231 hour 15 minutes 32 seconds
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The Phantom Detectives

The Phantom Detectives have had some crazy paranormal experiences during their many investigations. Founder & director Joshua Chaires, Lead Investigator and Tech Manager Rick Warner, and Psychic Medium Melissa Ferrazzano detail the spirits and shadow figures they’ve encountered, the voice recordings they’ve captured, and some of the extreme physical effects they’ve felt. They chronicle their visit to a haunted ship called Lightship Overfalls, their trip to Bube’s Brewery, an old speakeasy in Mt. Joy, Pennsylvania, and what they found at the Sanderson Museum in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania.Visit and book the Phantom Detectives at https://phantomdetectives.orgThank you for supporting our sponsors!Brunt Workwear: Go to and use code TIJ to get $10 off your first order plus free shipping and returns.Hello Fresh: Go to <a href="https://HelloFresh.c
13/10/202355 minutes 33 seconds
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Adam Copeland – Walking The Razors Edge with AEW

The Rated R Era has begun at AEW, and Adam Copeland explains exactly how that happened! He shares how one simple sentence from his 9-year-old daughter helped him make the decision, the offer he turned down from WWE to join AEW, and what it was like to be in the ring again with longtime friend and former tag partner, Christian Cage. Adam talks about the AEW creative process, the locker room, and all the AEW talent he’s looking forward to working with. He recounts his return to wrestling and the ring post-retirement and injury, and what Sheamus had to do with it, and he talks about his most recent run at WWE including his storylines with Randy Orton and Finn Balor. Plus, he has tales about wrestling at WWE during the pandemic era, and what it was like to be there with and without Vince McMahon at the creative helm. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Fan Duel: Visit and start earning Bonus Bet
11/10/202348 minutes 21 seconds
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Kills, Chaos & Crowley – The Story of the Hatchet Franchise

Adam Green is the creator and writer of the Hatchet franchise, and he shares some great stories about Hollywood, and what it took to get Hatchet made! He details his battle against the MPAA over Hatchet’s NC-17 rating, and how that loss completely changed his movie and his life. He reveals what inspired the Victor Crowley character and look, how he comes up with the crazy, gruesome kills for each sequel, and what it took to get horror genre greats like Kane Hodder, Robert Englund, and Tony Todd involved in Hatchet. He breaks down the practicality behind some of his grossest kills like the double chainsaw murder and Tony Todd literally being ripped right out of his skin. And he explains what really happened with Eli Roth and Cabin Fever 2. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Fan Duel: Visit and start earning Bonus Bets with America’s #1 SportsbookHello Fresh: Go to <a href="https://HelloFresh
06/10/20231 hour 1 minute 38 seconds
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The Royal Journey Of Prince Nana – From Ghana To AEW

The Mogul Embassy’s Prince Nana dances his way onto TIJ with tales from his royal bloodline and heritage in Ghana! He recalls the very first Ring of Honor show, and how he ended up on that card in 2002 in Philadelphia, the initial formation of The Embassy, and the various members they’ve had over the years including the late Jimmy Rave! Prince Nana talks about training with Johnny Rodz, his many WWE interactions during the course of his career, and the journey that brought him to AEW. He has stories about working with Brian Cage and Swerve Strickland, and what inspired that very meme’able dance to the ring!  Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Fan Duel: Visit and start earning Bonus Bets with America’s #1 SportsbookHello Fresh: Go to and use code 50JERICHO to get 50% off plus 15% off your next two months.<
04/10/202343 minutes 9 seconds
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Behind The Screams of Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum

General Manager Richard Hunter, and the museum’s longest-tenured tour guide, Virginia, give a tour of Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum in Las Vegas. They share the history of the house that was built in 1938 and was once rumored to be the site of devil worshipping and human sacrifice! They also share stories about some of their creepiest and most active items and exhibits in the museum. Hear thebevil history of the trans axle from actor James Dean’s cursed Porche 550 Spyder, what kind of terror the Peggy Doll has created for many museum guests, and why even Virginia can’t be in the dreaded Dybbuk box exhibit. They talk about the Devil’s Rocking Chair which inspired the storyline for The Conjuring 3 movie, Dr. Jack Kevorkian’s infamous Volkswagon bus, the jacket that late actor Brandon Lee wore during the filming of his last movie, “The Crow,” and the many artifacts in the museum that belonged to a host of serial killers including Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, The Nightstalker Richard Ramire
29/09/20231 hour 7 minutes 10 seconds
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The Transformation of Gabbi Tuft

Gabbi Tuft details her journey as a transgender woman and former WWE Superstar in this candid conversation about life as Gabbi Tuft versus life as Tyler Reks. She speaks to the life-altering decision that enabled her to embrace and live as her true, authentic self, the support and unconditional love she received from her family including her wife and daughter, and the physical changes she’s made along the way. Gabbi also chronicles her career at WWE from training at FCW to the development of the Tyler Reks surfer gimmick to debuting in ECW against Zack Ryder to being part of Alberto Del Rio’s Smackdown team for the Bragging Rights PPV. Plus, Gabbi discusses her role as a fitness and nutrition expert, and what it’s been like to build a whole new business and brand on TikTok.  Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Fan Duel: Visit and start earning Bonus Bets with America’s #1 SportsbookHe
27/09/202356 minutes 23 seconds
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SpaceX & The Flat Earth Theory

What do Elon Musk, Space X, the moon landing, the sinking of the Titanic, NASA and UFOs all have in common? Flat Earth. Discover how all play a part in the belief that we do NOT live on a round, globe-shaped planet, but in fact live on a long, flat plain. David Weiss of the D.I.T.R.H. YouTube channel returns to explain how extra-terrestrials and UFOs co-exist with this theory, and what or who is preventing this theory from gaining more traction in the mainstream. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Fan Duel: Visit and start earning Bonus Bets with America’s #1 SportsbookHello Fresh: Go to and use code 50JERICHO to get 50% off plus 15% off your next two months.Factor Meals: Go to and use promo code TIJ50 to get 50% off.B
22/09/202351 minutes 24 seconds
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Remembering The Funker – The Life & Times of Terry Funk

Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter returns to pay tribute to his friend and mentor, and one of the greatest wrestlers in the business, Terry Funk. Dave recalls the first time he met Terry, how they became such good friends, and the best advice he ever received from him. Dave and Chris also talk about The Funk Brothers as a tag team, Terry and Dory Jr’s in-ring chemistry and relationship, and what they learned from their father Dory Sr. They discuss some of Terry’s great singles feuds and matches including Jerry Lawler, and his ”I Quit” match against Ric Flair. They talk about Terry and the Funk Brothers in Japan, WCW, the NWA, and the WWE, and why things didn’t really work out with Vince McMahon. And they delve into Terry Funk’s acting aspirations, including his roles in “Road House” and “Paradise Alley,” his friendship with Sylvester Stallone, and how he got Hulk Hogan the part in “Rocky 3.” Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Fan Duel: Visit <
20/09/20231 hour 7 minutes 26 seconds
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The Hunt For The Loch Ness Monster

The biggest hunt in some 50-years for Nessie, the infamous Loch Ness Monster, took place last month in the Scottish Highlands! Paul Nixon, the General Manager of the Loch Ness Center explains what inspired the hunt, who joined, and what they ultimately discovered. He runs down the various sightings of Nessie over the years, the Surgeon picture hoax, and the theories about what Nessie may be (from a giant eel to a plesiosaurus to a sturgeon and an elephant).  He also discusses the lake itself and how its unique characteristics contribute to the Nessie mythology, and he addresses the rumors about the underwater tunnels that possibly connect Loch Ness to other bodies of water including the ocean. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Fan Duel: Visit and start earning Bonus Bets with America’s #1 SportsbookHello Fresh: Go to
15/09/202351 minutes 16 seconds
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Lucha Teotl – Lucha Libre Live On The Theater Stage

What happens when you combine the high-flying explosive style of lucha libre wrestling with Aztec Mythology and you drop it onto a theater stage in a Chicago playhouse (starting September 29th)?You get Lucha Teotl – the unique theater experience that puts the wrestling ring at center stage. Lucha Teotl co-creator Christopher Ramirez along with stars Paloma Starr and Aski The Mayan Warrior talk about what it’s like to bring wrestling to the theater, and the work it took to put this wrestling play together. Aski reveals the difference between producing matches for a 90-minute play versus a traditional wrestling show, and how he trained the performers. Paloma reveals what it was like to stretch her acting chops as the Aztec Moon Goddess, and adapt her in-ring performance for a non-mic’ed theater. Plus, Christopher shares what inspired this theater project and story in the first placed, how he and co-creator Jeff Colangelo convinced the theater to give them a shot, and what it was like
13/09/202352 minutes 7 seconds
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The Shining – Horror At The Opera

Stephen King’s The Shining has been adapted into an incredibly scary, horror… opera! Pulitzer Prize and Grammy Award-winning librettist Mark Campbell joins to explain how he translated the 600-page novel into a terrifying tale sung by some of the most powerful voices in the world all with Stephen King’s blessing! Mark talks about the process of writing the opera, collaborating with brilliant composer Paul Moravec and stage director Brian Staufenbiel to bring it to life in the confines of an opera house stage! He reveals which famous scenes make the opera version (redrum anyone?), how the Torrance Family is depicted onstage (someone dies but not who you think), the surprise hero left standing at the end (any guesses?), and why comedic moments are so important to this piece. Plus, Mark talks about the differences between old-school Italian opera and newer American opera, why it’s okay to sing in English, and the impact that the success of The Shining has had on the opera industry to d
08/09/202352 minutes 12 seconds
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CJ Goes All In with Will Ospreay and Fozzy

Chris Jericho flies solo to talk about his historic weekend in London! First there was Fozzy’s biggest headlining show ever at the O2 Arena Kentish Town with over 1,000 tickets sold. Then there was his surprise attack appearance at RevPro, followed by the history-making AEW All In London show at Wembley Stadium and Jericho’s 4.75-star rated match against hometown hero, Will Ospreay. Jericho recounts the crazy and incredible weekend and shares tons of behind-the-scenes stories and details including what (or maybe who) inspired him to sing himself to the ring at All In with Fozzy playing live behind him, and pay tribute to the late, great Freddie Mercury of Queen in the process. He breaks down his match with Will Ospreay, how the run-in at RevPro really happened, why he did it in a mask, and the final conversation he had with CM Punk the afternoon of All In. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Fan Duel: Visit https://FanDuel
06/09/202356 minutes 22 seconds
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Aussie Aussie Open – Oy Oy Oy!

It may be THE BEST opening story EVER on TIJ, and it comes courtesy of Mark Davis and Kyle Fletcher of Aussie Open! The former ROH World Tag Team Champions recount the first time they ever met Chris Jericho. It was in Dublin, Ireland, and Will Ospreay was there. Enough said. Aussie Open also talk about how they started tagging together, what prompted them to relocate from Australia to the UK, how they ended up living at Will Ospreay’s house, and why they had to spend the pandemic back home in Australia. They share their experiences in Japan with New Japan Pro Wrestling, their journey to AEW, and the brief talks they had with WWE & NXT UK. They also discuss their name, their chemistry, their in-ring style, and developing their move set. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Fan Duel: Visit and start earning Bonus Bets with America’s #1 SportsbookHello Fresh: Go to <a href="https://HelloF
01/09/20231 hour 1 minute 19 seconds
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Uncovering The Icons Of Darkness

Rich Correll is an avid Sci-fi, fantasy, and horror movie fan, and thanks to his incredible career in Hollywood (both as an actor and director), he’s amassed quite a collection of real film props, costumes, and other special efx memorabilia. About half of his collection is on display at his museum, Icons of Darkness in Hollywood. Rich talks about the rare items, his favorites, and the most popular among fans including incredible pieces from Aliens, Star Wars, Terminator, The Shining, Planet of The Apes, Jurassic Park, Dracula, and The Thing. He explains how he finds things, and the detailed process he utilizes to restore them to their original state. He shares which are worth the most, which are the most rare, and why it’s both extremely difficult and extremely important to preserve this part of cinema history.Icons Of Darkness: Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Fan Duel:
30/08/202356 minutes 49 seconds
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Hikaru Shida – Kendo Sticks & Championships

Hikaru Shida is enjoying her second reign as AEW Women’s World Champion, which could conceivably end this Sunday at AEW All In London when she’s forced to defend it in a 4-way against Saraya, Toni Storm, and Dr. Britt Baker DMD. Shida talks about the big Wembley Stadium show and what it means to her. She explains the huge difference between her two title wins – the fans! Her first run came during the pandemic before crowds were allowed back at AEW shows. She shares her wrestling background in Japan, her run at Shimmer, her work as a theater and movie actress, and some of the biggest culture shocks about moving to the United States. She also discusses the Hikaru Shida character, what inspired the kendo stick, the extensive Kendo training she did, and how her family feels about her career in pro wrestling. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Fan Duel: Visit and start earning Bonus Bets with Am
25/08/202352 minutes
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John Lennon – The Final Interview

Writer and producer Laurie Kaye spent a fateful day with John Lennon and Yoko Ono at the legendary Dakota apartment building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Little did she know as she entered the building in December 1980 that not only would it would be John’s last interview, but that Laurie herself would come face-to-face with his killer. Laurie details the amazing afternoon she spent with John and Yoko, the conversation they shared, the laughs and jokes, and the future plans they made before they all left the Dakota together that evening. She chronicles the events that led up to her sit-down with John Lennon, what it was like to meet John and Yoko in person, and the interactions they had with the man who would later assassinate the former Beatle. She explains how she found out Lennon was murdered, what she did in the immediate moments after, and the impact that tragic event has had on her life ever since. Pre-order “Confessions Of A Rock ‘N’ Roll Name Dropper: My Lif
23/08/202353 minutes 9 seconds
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Trent Beretta – Busting Dudes & Making Friends

Trent Beretta has gained a last name and lost a question mark, and explains how it all happened. He has details on the Best Friends two crazy parking lot brawls at AEW – the first during the pandemic in Jacksonville against Santana & Ortiz, and the second, more recent one against Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli from the Blackpool Combat Club. He explains how the Best Friends tag team got started at PWG, when and why Orange Cassidy was added to the team, and what inspired the Best Friends hug. He shares the story behind Orange Cassidy’s thumb gimmick, remembers the first time he met Chuck Taylor, and talks about how he got his mom Sue and her mini van involved at AEW. Trent also discusses his time at FCW and WWE, and the MoCap work he did for the WWE video games. Plus, he has stories from his days in Japan with NJPW including his singles match against Kenny Omega. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Fan Duel: Visit https:
18/08/202355 minutes 26 seconds
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The Metalocalypse of Dethklok

The long-awaited animated film “Metalocalypse: Army of the Doomstar” is out on digital and Blu-ray next Tuesday, August 22nd. It’s set after the events of the Adult Swim series, and comes with two new albums featuring Dethklok – the film’s soundtrack (out August 25th) and “Dethalbum IV.” And co-creator Brendon Small and former Testament drummer Gene Hoglan give an inside look at the making of the animated movie and the music! They discuss how they first met, the songwriting and recording process, and how they’re preparing for the upcoming Dethklok tour (alongside Babymetal) and what (and who) we might expect to see onstage with them. Brendon also speaks to the inspiration behind the Metalocalypse Adult Swim animated series, the characters (guitarists Nathan Explosion and Toki Wartooth, singer Skwisgaar Skwisgelf, bassist William Murderface, and Pickles The Drummer), and some of the special guest stars like Metallica’s Kirk Hammett and Scott Ian from Anthrax who appear in the upcomin
16/08/202353 minutes 29 seconds
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The Conspiracy Behind the Congressional UFO Hearings

“Somewhere in the Skies” podcast host and author, Ryan Sprague, returns to breakdown the very recent UFO Congressional hearings, and the claims made by whistleblower David Grusch, a retired Air Force intelligence officer who says UFO craft and “non-human biologics” have been recovered and reverse-engineered in secret programs that have been operational for decades. Ryan discusses the timing and reasons behind the testimony, the impact, the legislation resulting from it, and what he things about David Grusch after interviewing him personally. Ryan also reveals the findings of his own investigation into some found debris from the infamous Roswell UFO crash site. He talks about Canada’s recent foray into UFO investigation and how their approach differs from the United States. He explains why NASA included oceanographers in their big UFO study which should be published in the next few weeks. And finally, he details some of the personal extraterrestrial encounters that people have shared
11/08/202357 minutes 39 seconds
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AEW Dynamite 200 – The Favorite Matches of The Ocho

AEW Dynamite just aired its 200th episode, and Jericho’s celebrating the milestone event with a special commemorative list of his own – his favorite Dynamite matches! So what exactly made the list, and is there an absolute favorite? Let’s just say that you’ll hear some fantastic behind-the-scenes details and stories about his matches with Jon Moxley, Darby Allin, Sting, Nick Gage, Orange Cassidy, Bryan Danielson, and Dax Harwood. You’ll discover why the Hair vs Hair match against Ortiz made the list, what the Patrick Dempsey movie “Can’t Buy Me Love” has to do with Jericho’s current Don Callis storyline, when Action Andretti unknowingly convinced Jericho he was ready for a face-off, and how the Painmaker’s record factors into the match-ups. Plus, Jericho shares a detailed look into the planning of his recent Falls Count Anywhere match against Roderick Strong (and ultimately Adam Cole). Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Hello Fresh: Go to <a href="https://Hel
09/08/202355 minutes 48 seconds
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AR Fox - From Flier to Mogul

AR Fox is the newest member of AEW’s Mogul Embassy, and talks about teaming up with Swerve Strickland, and turning heel. He shares stories from his 15-years on the indies with CZW and Evolve, his tours of Japan, and what he learned wrestling in Mexico. He also talks about his time in Lucha Underground, his failed WWE tryout, and why he calls his ring style old school with a modern twist. He also discusses his wrestling school, and some of hjs students (like Austin) Theory who’ve gone on to successful professional careers. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Factor Meals: Go to and use promo code TIJ50 to get 50% off.Bosch Tools: Learn more at Quote today at https://progressive.comeBay Motors: Get the right parts, the right fit, and the r
04/08/202353 minutes 41 seconds
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The Mammoth Talent of Wolfgang Van Halen

mammoth II drops Friday (August 4th), and Wolfgang Van Halen has plenty of stories about the making of his second, full length album! He talks songwriting, recording, and solos, and discusses how playing live influenced the making of this album. He talks about what it’s been like opening for Metallica and how that all came together, what he learned touring with Van Halen and playing alongside his famous father, and his strategy for putting together those Van Halen setlists. He shares why drums were the first instrument he learned to play, and the best advice he got from his dad. Plus, he reveals which Edward Van Halen guitar solo is his favorite. Purchase and/or stream mammoth II: out the video for “Another Celebration at the End of the World”:</a
02/08/202348 minutes 13 seconds
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TIJ 1000 – What The F**k… it’s Marc Maron!

Can’t think of a better guest for TIJ 1000 than the great Marc Maron – talented comedian, actor, and one of podcasting’s original stars! He started his pod before anyone really knew what podcasting was, including Marc! And since that day, he’s welcomed some pretty impressive guests like President Barack Obama and Sir Paul McCartney! He’s sharing those stories as well as talking about his comedy start, his friendship with the late, great Sam Kinison, his trip to see AEW Dynamite, and what it was like immersing himself in the world of Netflix’s GLOW as director Sam Sylvia.**this was recorded before the WGA/SAG-Aftra strike Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Bosch Tools: Learn more at Quote today at https://progressive.comeBay Motors: Get the right parts, the right fit, and the right prices. <a href="http
28/07/20231 hour 10 minutes 22 seconds
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TIJ 1000 Week – Howie Mandel’s Got Talent

Howie Mandel is the A-list guest celebrating 1000 episode of TIJ this week! The stand-up comic, “Deal or No Deal” host, AI proponent, and judge of “America’s Got Talent” shares some pretty incredible stories from his days guesting on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. He made 22 appearances with Johnny and details his first-ever spot to the last stint that resulted in his ban from the popular late night talk show. Howie discusses the role that both Joan Rivers and The Comedy Store’s Mitzi Shore played in his career, why he left the country when “Deal or No Deal” premiered on NBC, and what he hopes artificial intelligence will do for his legacy after he’s gone.**This was recorded pre WGA / SAG-Aftra strikeThank you for supporting our sponsors!Bosch Tools: Learn more at Quote today at https://progressive.comeBay Motors
26/07/20231 hour 7 minutes 41 seconds
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AEW’s QTV Invades TIJ

QTV is QT Marshall, Harley Cameron, and Aaron Solo, and AEW’s new faction explains how they formed, and what Harvey Levin’s TMZ has to do with their act. You’ll hear the details behind the Binaca spray, the name, the Powerhouse Hobbs hype, and how each member was recruited. Harley also talks about her rap battle with The Acclaimed’s Max Caster, hitting on Anthony Bowens, and Billy Gunn’s reaction and input to the whole segment. Aaron Solo shares his journey to AEW and how one formal email led to an eventual contract signing. And QT reveals the story behind his Ambulance match vs Pentagon Jr. at last week’s AAA Triplemania event, discusses his friendship with Cody Rhodes, and offers some insight into his office job as Tony Khan’s right-hand man! Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Bosch Tools: learn more at Quote today at https:
21/07/20231 hour 50 seconds
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Decline of The Western Civilization Part 2 Watchalong with Kuarantine

So what did Kuarantine do when they weren’t onstage performing during their recent tour? They watched Decline of the Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years of course! Jericho, Bassist PJ Farley, drummer Kent Slucher, and guitarists Joe McGuinness and Charlie Parra share their favorite scenes, lines, songs, and bands in the documentary written by Penelope Spheeris. They share trivia about the time, the Sunset Strip, and some of the musicians they’ve encountered in the scene. STAY CONNECTED:TikTok: @ChrisJerichoInstagram: @talkisjericho @chrisjerichofozzy Twitter: @TalkIsJericho @IAmJerichoYouTube:
19/07/20231 hour 42 minutes 11 seconds
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Rumble In The Jungle – The Story of Vietnam Pro Wrestling

Rocky Huynh grew up loving pro wrestling, and that inspired him to start the first and only wrestling promotion in Vietnam – Vietnam Pro Wrestling. Rocky, and VPW English commentator, the Canadian-born Carey Wass, share the incredible and unlikely story of Vietnam Pro Wrestling from their early days wrestling on mats with no ring, to having veteran Japanese wrestler Fugofugo Yumeji come to Saigon to train them to putting on their first show and finally getting a real ring. They talk about the help they’ve received along the way from Pete Dunn (of NXT fame) and Viva Van (who’s appeared on AEW), and what they hope to achieve in the coming year. They also introduce their talented roster, and describe some of their flagship live shows. STAY CONNECTED:TikTok: @ChrisJerichoInstagram: @talkisjericho @chrisjerichofozzy Twitter: @TalkIsJericho @IAmJerichoYouTube:
14/07/20231 hour 37 seconds
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Behold The Monster – Inside The Brain of Serial Killer Sam Little

New York Times best-selling author and true crime expert, Jillian Lauren, extensively interviewed the most prolific serial killer in American history, Sam Little, and as a result of her effort, aided law enforcement in clearing 63 of Little’s alleged 90-plus murders. She spent a year visiting Little in prison, and built such a rapport with him that he left her all of his worldly possessions along with his brain when he died in 2020. Jillian recounts what led her to contact Sam Little in the first place, how letter writing turned into in-person visits, and what it took to get him to reveal details about his killings. She also talks about what it was like to put the entire, horrific experience into written form in her book, “Behold The Monster: Confronting a Serial Killer,” and the toll the entire process took on her mental health and her family.  Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Factor – visit
12/07/202356 minutes 25 seconds
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The Strange Death Of Bob Saget

John and Jamie from True Crimecast return to discuss the circumstances surrounding the death of actor/comedian Bob Saget of “Full House” fame. America’s dad was found dead in his hotel room at the Ritz Carlton in Orlando, Florida on January 9, 2022. His death was ruled an accident and attributed to hitting his head in a fall, but due to numerous unanswered questions about his passing, many are not convinced the case is as open and shut as authorities would have the public believe. There was no blood found anywhere in the room, and all of the furniture was padded or soft. There were no eye witnesses and no card key records or video footage indicating someone else entered Bob’s room between the time he checked in and the time his body was discovered. His family also immediately had all of the records around his death permanently sealed. So what exactly happened to Bob Saget? John, Jamie and Jericho dissect the many alternate theories and explanations for his untimely passing. <
07/07/202350 minutes 29 seconds
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How The Gambler Saved Chris Jericho’s Career

The Gambler Jeff Gann of WCW fame is very much alive and well despite the erroneous reports of his death last month! Jeff sets the record straight about the false story. He and Chris Jericho also watch the 5-minute match (and Jericho’s second ever at WCW) that resulted in Chris getting signed. Chris explains the circumstances surrounding that match, and why it was “make it or break it” for him at that point in his career. They also talk about The Gambler’s 9-year tenure at WCW from how he got signed to why he left in 1999 and never looked back.  Jeff remembers working with Kevin Nash, Rick Rude, and Dustin Rhodes. He talks about what he learned from his idol and mentor, Ole Anderson, the feedback he got from Arn Anderson that he carried through his career, and how he ended up being among the first to train a young Paul Wight aka Big Show!  Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use the promo code TIJ to
05/07/202344 minutes 17 seconds
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Join The Nude Revolution!

Tim Chizmar is a nudist versus a naturist, and explains the difference between the two, and then clarifies how “artists” fit into the picture. He talks about the unlikely television series that inspired him to become a nudist, how he started participating in nude events like bike rides and marathons, and why there is nothing sexual about it. He discusses the unspoken rules of the nudist scene, the major faux paus to avoid, nudist etiquette, and the one taboo word in the community. Tim shares stories from his nude stand up comedy tour, the infamous Bay To Breakers run in San Francisco, the many naked bike rides that take place all over the States, and his nude comedy film, The Nudels of Nudeland (streaming on Troma). He talks about the positive impact that nudists have on body acceptance and positivity, and what’s attracting the younger generation to the scene. Plus, he details the celebrities who support the nudist scene. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Ga
30/06/202357 minutes 17 seconds
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Zak Zodiac – From Knight To Hooligan

Zak Zodiac comes from the famous Knight wrestling family in the UK, and explains what it was like growing up in the ring under the tutelage of his father Rowdy Ricky Knight and his mom, Julia Knight (aka Sweet Saraya). Zak talks about wrestling at the holiday camps in Britain when he was 6-years old, making his official debut at the age of 10, donning a Pink Power Ranger suit to have matches with his younger sister, Saraya, tagging with his older brother, Roy as the UK Hooligans, and learning from greats like Drew McDonald and Robbie Brookside. Zak also details his multiple tryouts for WWE, the opportunity he passed up with New Japan Pro Wrestling, and why he believes this is his year! Plus, he talks about the making of the movie “Fighting With My Family,” what it was like working with The Rock and Stephen Merchant, and the impact the film had on him both personally and professionally. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime app, c
28/06/202353 minutes 56 seconds
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Whitechapel 1888 - The Mystery & Hauntings of Jack The Ripper

There’s more to the infamous Jack The Ripper story than meets the eye! And that’s why the Hometown Ghost Stories crew returns to tell the tale! Rob Coakley, Jesse Wilkins, and Dave Wilkins break down the cases of the 5 canonical victims of Jack The Ripper, the evidence surrounding each, and the most popular suspects in Ripperology. They share their thoughts on who might actually be Jack The Ripper.  And of course they also discuss the details of the hauntings and sightings associated with each victim, and what makes these paranormal events so unusual.Watch Hometown Ghost Stories LIVE every Tuesday at 9pm Eastern on YouTube: Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gamet
23/06/20231 hour 4 minutes 26 seconds
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Family Matters with Don Callis & Takeshita

What exactly happened between Don Callis and Kenny Omega? And just who is Don’s new superstar Japanese stud pro wrestler, Takeshita? Don sets the record straight about his recent falling out with his former protégé, and details the role that Kenny’s cage match with Jon Moxley and the big Anarchy In The Arena match between The Elite and Blackpool Combat Club played in the dissolution of their relationship. He speaks to what he refers to as the toxic relationship between Kenny and The Young Bucks, how “friendship” proved to be the ultimate betrayal, and why Kenny will never be successful without Don. Don and his new protégé, Takeshita, outline their plans to not only take Championship gold at AEW, but to also usurp Kenny Omega as the God of Pro Wrestling. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use the promo code TIJ to get $20 off.Factor – visit https://facto
21/06/202354 minutes 41 seconds
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Ricky & Kerry Morton – Fathers, Sons & The NWA

Ricky Morton, one half of the legendary Rock ‘n’ Roll Express tag team, returns to the show with his son, Kerry Morton, the current NWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion. The father-son duo have been tagging on the indie scene, and talk about what that’s been like, and how they enjoy working with Billy Corgan and NWA. Ricky also shares some stories from his days in the ring with Robert Gibson, working with Dusty Rhodes and Jim Crockett, and their big feuds with the Midnight Express and Jim Cornette. Ricky details the time he won the World title from Ric Flair, and the circumstances that led to him surrendering the belt right after he won it! He talks about working for NWA in the ‘80s, why he and Robert jumped to Smokey Mountain Wrestling in the early 90s, and what motivates him to keep getting in the ring today.  Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use the promo code TIJ to get $20 off.Factor
16/06/20231 hour 13 minutes 16 seconds
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Classic Album Clash – Pantera Cowboys From Hell vs Vulgar Display of Power

The CAC returns and this time it’s a Pantera battle! 1990’s “Cowboys From Hell” versus 1992’s “Vulgar Display of Power.” And joining the track-by-track analysis and trivia fun are Fozzy guitarist Rich Ward, drummer Grant Brooks, and tour manager Sam Abernathy. They talk album covers, production, songwriting and lyrics, and the importance of “Cowboys From Hell” in 90s heavy metal. They discuss Vinnie Paul’s hard-hitting drum style, Darrell “Dimebag” Abbott’s guitar skills, the understated bass playing of Rex Brown, and the evolution of frontman Phil Anselmo. They dig into the brothers’ musical chemistry, and what Vinnie and Dime might say about the resurrection of Pantera with Zakk Wylde and Charlie Benante in the lineup.  Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use the promo code TIJ to get $20 off.Factor – visit and use cod
14/06/20231 hour 21 minutes 1 second
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The Stories & Secrets of Stardom

Mercedes Mone (formerly Sasha Banks in WWE) broke the internet when she signed with Stardom, the all-women’s wrestling company in Japan! But Stardom was already a hot promotion before Mercedes signed. They were recently purchased by Bushiroad, which also owns New Japan Pro Wrestling, and have already amassed quite a storied history for their relatively 10 short years as a company. StardomCast podcast hosts, Rob Goodwin and Matt Turner, join to talk about Mercedes’ arrival at Stardom, the history of Stardom, and some of its other biggest and brightest homegrown stars and gaijin (aka foreign) talent like KAIRI, Mayu Iwatani, Io Sharai, Giulia, Jamie Hayter and Toni Storm. They break down the infamous Kenny Omega vs an 8-year-old girl match, and the horrific “Ghastly Match” that resulted in some serious injuries for Act Yasukawa and the title being stripped from Yoshiko who was ultimately fired from the company too. They also share some of their favorite, must-see Stardom matches!<
09/06/202358 minutes 55 seconds
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Exploring Our Strange Skies – The Evolution of Aliens & Alien Abductions

Rob Kristoffersen, UFO expert and host of the “Our Strange Skies: UFOs Throughout History” podcast talks about the evolution of aliens through time in terms of their appearance and sightings. He explains the difference between The Greys, the reptilians, the tall blondes, and the mantis beings. He talks about the influence of Whitley Streiber’s “Communion,” the Budd Hopkins book “Intruders,” and The X-Files. He shares some fantastic abduction stories, talks about the UFO Bigfoot connection, and explains how the military and government have come to assume the investigator role when it comes to UFO sightings. He also discusses the seeming decline in alien encounters, why there aren’t many true UFO investigators and experts any more, and what Blink-182’s Tom DeLonge contributed to study of UFOs and aliens. Listen to Our Strange Skies:
07/06/202357 minutes 31 seconds
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Dark Side Of The Ring 4 – Candido, Clowns, Butchers & Dogs

Dark Side Of The Ring Season 4 premiered on VICE this week with an episode about Chris Candido and Sunny. Executive Producer and co-creators Evan Husney and Jason Eisener return to preview the season, share some behind-the-scenes stories about what it took to make some of these episodes, and reveal what they had to leave on the cutting room floor. They explain how they had Sunny lined up to participate in the season debut, and what forced her abrupt cancellation, why they included a whole episode on Bash At The Beach 2000, and what was the hardest part about the doing the episode on the Graham family. They talk Doink The Clown, Abdullah The Butcher, Marty Jennetty, Bam Bam Bigelow and Junkyard Dog, and discuss whether or not there will be a season 5! Watch Dark Side Of The Ring Season 4 now on VICE: Thank you for supporting our spo
02/06/202359 minutes 17 seconds
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Life Is But A Dream for Avenged Sevenfold's M. Shadows

The new Avenged Sevenfold album, “Life Is But A Dream,” arrives this Friday, June 2nd, and there are a couple of very good reasons for the long delay! There was the pandemic and the havoc it wrecked on the recording process, and then there was singer M. Shadows’ vocal cord issues that almost ended his music career! Shads details the problem with his vocal cords, and explains the long process, numerous doctors and one surgery it took for him to regain his singing voice. He also speaks to the creative process behind this album and what inspired A7X to expand their musical horizons and experiment more in their songwriting. He talks about the role that AI (remember their fake-cancelled appearance at Welcome To Rockville?), Web3, and NFTs play in the band, the music, and their vision moving forward. And he weighs in the Helloween reunion! Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use the promo code TIJ to get $
31/05/20231 hour 19 seconds
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The Realest Swerve Strickland – You Couldn’t Be Me

Swerve Strickland is a man of many talents, and wrestling is just one! Swerve has some serious Chess chops, and mad music skills! And if you haven’t heard him rap yet, what are you waiting for? His debut solo album, “You Couldn’t Be Me,” is out now (listen on Spotify or wherever you stream music). Swerve talks about all the work and killer collabs that went into the record including songs with Flash Garments, Anthiny King, Benny The Butcher, Jewice, and Monteasy. He even has a track by Kanye West! Swerve discusses his biggest influences, how he developed his own flow and style, and what he learned from artists like Musiq Soulchild and Tyler The Creator. He also shares the story of his impromptu concert on the Jericho Cruise this year, and whether more live shows are in his future! Plus, gives a play-by-play breakdown of the big chess tournament on Jericho Cruise and how he and Luchasaurus pulled out the W in the end! “You Couldn’t Be Me” is out now!Listen to the
26/05/20231 hour 2 minutes 23 seconds
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Bob Rock – Why Jimmy Page Loves St Anger

Super producer Bob Rock is from Winnipeg, and has also worked with some of the biggest bands in music like Metallica, Motley Crue, Bon Jovi, and Canada’s favorite sons, The Tragically Hip! Bob does a deep dive into the writing and recording process for Metallica’s “Black” album, and the controversial “St Anger.” He shares the one lyric suggestion he gave James Hetfield, the changes he helped the band make to the bass and drum sound, how he got James Hetfield to actually sing in the studio, and the biggest differences between the process of the “Black” album versus “St. Anger.” He also recounts his time with Motely Crue from their first meeting to their recent studio work with new guitarist John 5. He’s got great stories about David Lee Roth and Cher, and even more about The Tragically Hip and late singer, Gord Downie. Bob explains how he and Gord came to collaborate on the new (and truly amazing) “Lustre Parfait” album (which was just released this month), and why it took so long to
24/05/202351 minutes 12 seconds
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Anatomy of an AEW Live Events & Touring Manager

Rafael Morffi is the Vice President of Live Events and Touring at AEW, and if not for he and his team, there might not be a show! Rafael, who’s been in the live wrestling business for over 25 years including stints with WWE and Impact Wrestling, pulls back the curtain on the logistics of staging and producing live wrestling events for TV or otherwise. He explains the venue selection process, routing and scheduling, what it takes to move the ring, stage and production pieces to each location, and how ticket sales are managed for each event. He talks about local promotion for each show, some of his favorite moments with various talent including Chris Jericho and John Cena, some of his favorite venues, and why match-ups no longer dictate sales. Raf also talks about AEW’s expansion into the UK and overseas, the company’s goals for 2023, and what it’s like to work with Jeff Jarrett in the office.  Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime
19/05/20231 hour 1 minute 49 seconds
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Loving The Alien – Analyzing Bowie’s Later Years

“Loving The Alien” is a new documentary that focuses on the last 25-years of David Bowie’s life and career with a special emphasis on some of his most brilliant performances during that time period. Documentary filmmaker (and host of the A Cat Named Mo Show on 102.5 The Bone in Tampa, Florida) Maurice Jovan, explains what inspired him to put this doc together, how he found and curated the footage, and why he chose this specific Bowie era. He discusses Bowie and Tin Machine, the “Hallo Spaceboy” performance with Foo Fighters at Bowie’s 50th Birthday celebration at Madison Square Garden, Bowie’s decision to stop touring in 2004, his final album “Blackstar,” and the genius of his ever-changing persona. He also shares stories about some of his favorite songs and moments in “Loving The Alien” including “Outside,” “Absolute Beginners,” and the bits with Bowie and Ricky Gervais. “Loving The Alien” Trailer: https://
17/05/202358 minutes 5 seconds
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The BlahBum Bunch – KISS Music From The Elder Uncloaked

The BlahBum Bunch has been called to order to debate the merits of the most critically-panned album of KISS’ career, “The Music Of The Elder.” BlahBum members Corey Taylor of CMFT, Slipknot & Stone Sour fame, guitarist Zach Throne, and Chris Jericho question the album sequencing, and scratch their heads over songwriting, production, players, and even the cover art. They talk about Ace Frehley’s minimal contribution and imminent departure, the arrival of Eric Carr on drums, and the return of Bob Ezrin to the producer seat. They’ve got some fantastic trivia about The Elder movie that never happened, the music videos that never released, and Paul Stanley’s text response when asked about “Music from The Elder.” And like almost every other member of the KISSArmy, they have plenty of theories and thoughts about the impact this particular album had on the direction of KISS’ career and future at the time. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gam
12/05/20231 hour 2 minutes 27 seconds
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Dat Boy – The Resurrection of Mark Briscoe

Mark Briscoe had his debut singles match on AEW Dynamite on his late brother Jamin’s birthday. He talks about that bittersweet moment along with how he’s coping with Jamin’s tragic loss. Mark recounts how the brothers got into wrestling from their backyard ring built by dad to the VHS tapes they’d mail to wrestling schools as high school teenagers begging for a shot. He explains how Jim Kettner & ECWA gave them their first big break and their tag team name, The Briscoe Brothers. He shares the brothers WWE tryout experience, how they landed at ROH, and why they always loved feuding with Kevin Steen (aka Kevin Owens) and El Generico (aka Sami Zayn). Plus, Mark breaks down the Briscoe Brothers’ matches at AEW with FTR including how the angle started, their instant chemistry, and the bonding moment in the locker room that also broke the ice. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use the promo code TIJ to g
10/05/202359 minutes 20 seconds
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Saturday Night's Main Event Watchalong - Nov. 28, 1987

It’s a Saturday Night’s Main Event Watchalong with Lance Storm, and the Wrestling Observer’s Bryan Alvarez and Big Vinny V!  And if you have issues with the episode selection, please send your comments directly to Big Vinny V. lol. So the episode is from November 28, 1987, Season 3, Episode 5 and to quote Lance Storm, included, “4 matches, 2 restarts, and 2 sh*t finishes” involving Hulk Hogan, King Kong Bundy, Andre The Giant, Macho Man Randy Savage, George The Animal Steele, Bret Hart, Hercules, and Bam Bam Bigelow, Danny Davis, with commentary from Jesse Ventura and Vince McMahon! The foursome breakdown matches, analyze storylines, and offer plenty of trivia and behind-the-scenes info about how the business was then vs how it is now. And they have final thoughts about the show, the series, and the performers!  And did we mention that Big Vinny V was there in the audience in Seattle the night this show was originally taped?? Thank you for supporting our sponsors!<
05/05/20231 hour 32 minutes 58 seconds
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Nick Groff... Death Walker

Paranormal investigator Nick Groff has been interested in aliens, UFOs, ghosts and hauntings since childhood! He’s worked on Ghost Adventures, and Paranormal Lockdown, and now has his own show, Death Walker. He explains how his desire to do solo investigations in a list of very specific places led to the creation of this show. He talks about the spots and cities he investigated, the experiences he, his wife (who’s a medium) and his cousin (who also serves as his cameraman) caught on film, and the lengths he went to authenticate footage. Nick details his documentation from The Western Block in Lockport, New York, the Iron Island Museum in Buffalo, The Anderson Hotel, and the Sally House, and describes the weird scratches he’s received on his body, and spirits who’ve shown themselves to him. He also reveals what it’s like living in a haunted house, and shares his own real-life experience witnessing a departing soul at the scene of a terrible car accident. Watch Death Wal
03/05/202356 minutes 53 seconds
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Stokely Hathaway Affirmed

Stokely Hathaway is the smooth-talking, heel manager of AEW’s The Firm who won the poker chip for MJF at All Out. Stokely talks about MJF’s surprise return, what it was like climbing the ladder in the middle of the ring, and the one request he made of Ethan Page during the match. Stokely explains the last-minute changes they all had to make after CM Punk’s injury and absence, and what inspired some of his amazing promos during that time. He also details his journey to AEW, working with Jade Cargill, what he’s learned from his angle with Taz and Hook, and why he calls his upcoming match at the Hardy Compound “surreal.” Stokely also talks stand-up comedy, acting and theater, and how that performance background led him to pro wrestling. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use the promo code TIJ to get $20 off.Factor – visit
28/04/20231 hour 1 minute 16 seconds
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48 Reviews Of 72 Seasons – Metallica’s New Album Dissected

Die-hard Metallica fans Frankie Kazarian, and Jeff Winslow and Shane Obershaw from the “…And Podcast For All” Metallica podcast join to review Metallica’s new studio album, “72 Seasons.” They do a very thorough track-by-track breakdown, and comment on everything from James Hetfield’s lyrics and vocals to Kirk Hammett’s solos to Lars Ulrich’s drums fills and Robert Trujillo’s incredible bass riffs. They analyze the album art, production and mixing, and song order, and offer a final, over-all opinion on the album itself and where it ranks among Metallica’s incredible catalogue.Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use the promo code TIJ to get $20 off.Fan Duel – Go to, sign up and place your first bet, and get up to $1000 dollars back in bonus bets if you don’t win!Factor – visit https://f
26/04/20231 hour 9 minutes 25 seconds
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The Rad Attitude of Whitfield Crane & Ugly Kid Joe

Ugly Kid Joe frontman Whitfield Crane and Chris Jericho traded vocals on a song at Lemmy’s 70th birthday at the Whiskey on the Sunset Strip. And they are sharing a stage again starting May 4th when Ugly Kid Joe and Fozzy launch their co-headlining tour! Whit has fantastic stories about living (seriously, LIVING) on Motorhead’s tour bus, and touring with Van Halen (including doing shots with bassist Michael Anthony in the middle of an EVH solo). He recounts the early days of Ugly Kid Joe from their formation in Santa Barbara to releasing their monster EP, “Ugly As They Wanna Be,” to their near instant success thanks to MTV to the making of their latest studio album, “Rad Wings Of Destiny.” Whit explains how they escaped the fate of other 80s metal bands when grunge arrived, why the band parted ways in 1997, and what finally brought them back together in 2010.Fozzy & Ugly Kid Joe Tour tickets: https://www.FOZZYROCK.comThank you for
21/04/202358 minutes 28 seconds
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Building Champions At The Monster Factory

The world famous Monster Factory pro wrestling training school has its own docu-series on Apple TV+ featuring owner, operator and coach Danny Cage, along with a bunch of his students including two of his stars, Bobby Buffet and the Notorious Mimi. Danny explains how the series came to be, what it was like getting it made, and his hopes for a second season. Bobby Buffet and Notorious Mimi share their respective journeys to the Monster Factory, what they’re learning from Danny about wrestling and life, and some of their favorite moments caught by the cameras. Mimi also details her 9-month experience with NXT & WWE from the moment she got signed to the day of her surprise firing! And Danny chronicles his relationship with original founder Larry Sharpe, and the history of Monster Factory and some of the talent like Bam Bam Bigelow, Tony Atlas, Matt Riddle, and Sheamus who bumped in its ring. Watch Monster Factory on Apple TV+ <a href="
19/04/20231 hour 29 seconds
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The Jericho Cruise Q&A

Chris Jericho held an impromptu Q+A session on the Chris Jericho Rock & Wrestling Rager at Sea Four Leaf Clover during a particularly rainy afternoon on the cruise!  Comedian Brad Williams hosted the event (improved a bit along the way), and selected some very good questions! Jericho talks about his favorite all-time opponent (The Rock), his best and worst catchphrases (anyone remember razzle dazzle?), meeting Shawn Michaels as a teen in Winnipeg, career dream matches, the behind-the-scenes story about his recent loss to Action Andretti, breaking his arm at Smokey Mountain Wrestling, what and who made The List so successful, and Kevin Owens and the Festival of Friendship. He also answers questions about making movies with Kevin Smith, performing on The Masked Singer, the origin of the Jericho cruise, and whether or not he’d be retired at this point if AEW had not started.Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime app, create an account, and
14/04/20231 hour 1 minute 15 seconds
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TikTok Tricks & Tips With Social Media Master Jessica Golich

Are you following Chris Jericho’s new official TikTok account?? You should be! And you should definitely take a listen to this chat with Jessica Golich, the TikTok master who made it happen! She also runs the Fozzy, Jericho Cruise, and Talk Is Jericho TikTok accounts, and shares some of her strategies for building followings and making viral videos. She explains how she got into TikTok, what she’s learned over the last couple of years about how that algorithm works, and why every other social media platform is so desperately copying TikTok’s format and style!  Jessica talks about how she got hooked up with Chris, and details some of the experiences she’s had on the road with Fozzy!  Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use the promo code TIJ to get $20 off.Fan Duel – Go to, sign up and place your first bet, and get up to $100
12/04/202356 minutes 54 seconds
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Classic Album Clash – Bloodgood Rock In A Hard Place vs Out Of The Darkness

The Classic Album Clash is back, and this time it’s all about Bloodgood – 1989’s “Out Of The Darkness” vs 1988’s “Rock In A Hard Place.” And for only the second time in CAC history, a member of Bloodgood joins the debate! Singer Les Carlsen along with Light The Torch singer Howard Jones, and Brian “Head” Welch of Korn fame talk album covers, songwriting, lyrics, and production.  Plus, Les shares behind-the-scenes stories from the creative process, studio, and tours. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use the promo code TIJ to get $20 off.Fan Duel – Go to, sign up and place your first bet, and get up to $1000 dollars back in bonus bets if you don’t win!Factor – visit and use code TIJ50 to get 50% off your first boxeBay Motors: get the rig
07/04/20231 hour 17 minutes 48 seconds
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Winnipeg Pro Wrestling – Fight At The Museum

Devin Bray is the promoter and founder of Winnipeg Pro Wrestling. Guess where? In Winnipeg, of course! He even graduated from the same high school as Jericho (just a few years later). He explains what inspired him to start WPW, how he managed to grow the company and his fan base, and why dropping a belt is one of the hardest things for a booker to figure out. He talks about some of the WPW regulars like PCO, AJ Sanchez, Red Hot Summer, and the current Champions Bobby Schink and Jody Threat! He shares the gimmick that AEW’s Top Flight (aka Daunte and Darius Martin) used when they wrestled at WPW, and what he thinks about Dungeon Wrestling, the promotion recently launched by Bret Hart’s sons, Blade and Dallas, and Mo Jabari. Plus, he shares details about the card for WPW’s already sold out, Fight At The Museum, happening April 8th at Alloway Hall at the Manitoba Museum. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime app, create an account,
05/04/202354 minutes 43 seconds
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RJ City Gave Me Peeps & Celery

Who’s interviewing who in this hilariously awkward interview/conversation between Jericho and RJ City. They trade questions, volleys, and stories about their various reality TV experiences, scripted TV series, and movies. CJ questions RJ being type cast as a wrestler in most projects he films, and RJ grills Jericho in turn on his inability to win reality singing competitions despite being a professional singer. They talk David Arquette, Clint Bobski, MJF, WWE, AEW, catchphrases (including the short-lived GFA), and Lindsay Lohan. RJ also explains what inspired his YouTube show, “Hey! (EW),” and how he approaches prep and guests for each episode. And grab a dictionary for this one because there are some seriously impressive, high-flying words from both gentlemen! Watch new episodes of Hey! (EW) every Sunday at the crack of dawn on YouTube! Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Ga
31/03/20231 hour 17 minutes 12 seconds
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Riki Rachtman Has One Foot In The Gutter

Riki Rachtman returns with more crazy stories about his days running the Cathouse in Hollywood, and hosting MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball. He talks about his close friendship with Axl Rose and Guns N Roses, his real relationship with Dave Mustaine of Megadeth, his love of Lemmy and Motorhead, the time he and Alice In Chains went to the deadliest amusement park in America, and why he was so disappointed to meet Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain. He also recounts his short stint working for Eric Bischoff at WCW and what wrestling dream he was never able to make come true! Plus, he shares details about his new one-man show, One Foot In The Gutter, and where you can see him on tour! One Foot In The Gutter dates & ticket information: Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use the promo code TIJ to get $20 off.Factor – visit
29/03/202358 minutes 17 seconds
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Anatomy of a Deathmatch with Sabu, Cardona, Ruby & Luther

The King of Deathmatch Matt Cardona, the pioneer of the deathmatch Sabu, deathmatch expert Dr. Luther, and the bad-ass Ruby Soho talk deathmatches live on the Chris Jericho Rock & Wrestling Rager At Sea Four Leaf Clover! They’ve got stories about real blood, fake blood, and wrestling while blinded by blood! They recount the many weapons used in matches like barbed wire, light tubes, sheets of glass, pizza cutters, and toothpick covered giant Q-Tips. They discuss the stuff that fans throw at them, what it’s like to be attacked by fans, and how they’ve escaped fan riots and the Japanese mafia. Matt Cardona details his crazy deathmatch with Nick Gage, Ruby Soho recounts her recent AEW street fight with Willow against Tay Melo and Anna Jay, and Sabu and Dr. Luther remember some of their best matches at FMW in Japan. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Gametime – Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use the promo code JERICHO to get $20 off.Fact
24/03/20231 hour 3 minutes 14 seconds
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Serial Killer Larry Hall – Blackbirds, Burnsides & Bloodshed

Paul Walter Hauser won the Golden Globe for his portrayal of alleged serial killer Larry Hall in the AppleTV series, “Black Bird.” Larry is suspected of killing 50 girls in the Mid-West between 1981-1994, yet was never convicted of murder! John and Jamie from True Crimecast return to break down the real-life case of Larry Hall, and offer more details about how Jimmy Keene was recruited by the FBI to help keep the alleged serial killer behind bars. They also discuss the numerous victims, explain why Larry’s confessions never amounted to a murder conviction, and what specifics Larry shared with Jimmy about Jessica Roach and Tricia Reitler’s murders that resulted in Larry’s continued imprisonment and Jimmy’s freedom. They also compare the TV series and characters to the real-life case and people, explain what was spot-on, and what was added for dramatic effect, and how the project’s long development ultimately changed the casting for the better. Thank you for supporting o
22/03/202358 minutes 38 seconds
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Blood, Fire & The Original Sheik

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter named Brian Solomon’s “Blood And Fire: The Unbelievable Real-Life Story of Wrestling’s Original Sheik” the Best Book of 2022! It tells the story of Ed Farhat aka The Sheik and how this veteran, family-man, and businessman became wrestling’s most feared villain! Brian explains how he pieced together The Sheik’s story given his whole life was a complete mystery shrouded in kayfabe until his dying days. Brian chronicles the Sheik’s wrestling start, his early matches, how and when he morphed into his character, his feud with Bruno Sammartino, what inspired him to start and run his own territory in Detroit, and how he was able to go years without losing! He talks about The Sheik’s promotional war against Dick The Bruiser in Detroit, his impact in Japan during the 70s with Giant Baba’s All Japan, his resurgence in the 90s at FMW, the fire match that nearly killed him, his time working for Vince McMahon Sr., and his last matches tagging with his nephew and
17/03/20231 hour 2 minutes 39 seconds
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Escape The Ghosts From Alcatraz

It’s true crime, mystery, and the paranormal all rolled up into one historic location – Alcatraz! Alcatraz Island is a small island a little over one mile off the coast of San Francisco. It’s home to the infamous Alcatraz federal prison which housed the worst of the worst criminals for 29 years before it was shut down in 1963. Al Capone, George “Machine Gun” Kelly, and Robert Stroud, The Bird Man of Alcatraz, were among its famous inmates. It’s the also the inspiration for the 1979 Clint Eastwood movie, “Escape From Alcatraz” which was based on the true story about 3 inmates who allegedly successfully escaped from the prison. San Francisco native, researcher, psychic and paranormal investigator Jeff Dwyer, and ABC News 7 Bay Area journalist and producer, Casey Pratt share the history of the prison and some of its inmates, recount the real-life details of the famous escape story, and more importantly, delve into the paranormal experiences and ghostly sightings that have plagued the i
15/03/202357 minutes 58 seconds
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The Evilution of 80s Heavy Metal

Rudy Sarzo (of Quiet Riot, Ozzy Osbourne, Whitesnake, & Dio fame), Raven’s John and Mark Gallagher, and bassist PJ Farley (of Trixter & Fozzy fame) bring the sex, drugs and rock & roll to the Evolution of 80s Heavy Metal! The stories from the studio and the stage are almost unbelievable and include the immensely talented Randy Rhoads, a very young Metallica, the mythical KISS, and the behemoth 1983 US Festival! There are tales about the origin of Quiet Riot and the writing of the “Metal Health” album, what caused Raven to be dropped from the massive Judas Priest Turbo Tour, the truth about Randy Rhoads planning to quit Ozzy’s band, and why three "heys" from Paul Stanley was more than enough acknowledgement for PJ Harvey and Trixter. The guys talk gold records, bad record deals, the MTV influence, Winnebago tours, and the grunge cloud that all but killed heavy metal as soon as it burst onto the scene. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!FanDuel: download the Fa
10/03/20231 hour 7 minutes 42 seconds
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MLW - Out Of The Underground

MLW Underground debuted on Reelz, and CEO, founder and promoter, Court Bauer, returns to talk about his promotion’s new TV deal and how it all came together. He’s also shedding light on the antitrust lawsuit he filed against his former employer, WWE, and why this David vs Goliath battle is so important for the wrestling industry as a whole. And Court shares more stories from his time on the creative team at WWE. He gives a behind-the-scenes look at the big Eddie Guerrero, Rey Mysterio feud that involved Rey Mysterio’s then 8-year-old son Dominik, and some of the ideas that Eddie brought to the table. He explains why this particular storyline featured a lot more Eddie on the mic than Eddie in the ring. Court talks Taboo Tuesday, Cyber Monday, and discusses what he learned working alongside Dusty Rhodes, Bruce Prichard, Paul Heyman, and Vince McMahon. Plus, he talks about MLW’s luck in signing generational talent like Hammerstone and Jacob Fatu, and why he’s so excited for everyone to
08/03/202358 minutes 21 seconds
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The Secret Society of Bohemian Grove

There’s a secret society called the Bohemian Club that holds a two-week exclusive event every year at Bohemian Grove in the Redwoods just north of San Francisco. Tim Chizmar (of The Game fame) returns to discuss this invitation-only, elite club that offers membership exclusively to rich and powerful men (most of whom are white). Famous actors, musicians, artists, business men and politicians are among the members who dress like druids and worship a 40-foot giant Owl god voiced by Walter Cronkite. Alex Jones infiltrated Bohemian Grove in 2000 and filmed one of their rituals, the Creation of Care. Journalist Phillip Weiss from Spy Magazine also snuck into Bohemian Grove in 1989, and wrote an in-depth piece on their activities and location. And Tim Chizmar has three first-hand accounts about Bohemian Grove from former employees. But the real question to ask is, is Bohemian Grove just a summer camp for powerful, rich men or is there something else more sinister and nefarious going on am
03/03/202356 minutes 46 seconds
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Dan Lambert’s World Title Time Machine with Eddie Kingston – LIVE

Dan Lambert is an avid pro wrestling title belt collector, and brought a handful from his collection on the Chris Jericho Rock & Wrestling Rager at Sea Four Leaf Clover, and shared the amazing stories behind each belt. He and Eddie Kingston also provided great historical notes about some of the promotions, championships, and wrestlers including Hulk Hogan, Jerry Lawler, Terry Funk, Ric Flair, Bruno Sammartino, The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and The Ocho Chris Jericho. Dan explains why the Mid Atlantic United States Heavyweight Championship belt is his favorite while Eddie Kingston reveals why the NWA World Title that Shane Douglas threw in the trash can on ECW television means the most to him. Plus, stick around to the end to hear a little history in the making! Thank you for supporting our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get up a “No Sweat First Bet” up to $1,000 dollars.eBay Motors: get the rig
01/03/202356 minutes 31 seconds
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You Gotta Know When To Hold Em – The World Series of Poker

Poker journalist and player Chad Holloway has one bracelet to his name, and he promises that one win was life changing! Chad tells his poker story and offers lots of tips and advice along the way. He talks a bit about the history of poker, the many game variants, some of the strategy for each type of play, and also discusses the rise and fall of the online poker industry. He’s been covering the game for years for, and shares great stories about some of the game’s greats like the Godfather of Poker Doyle Brunson, The Poker Brat Phil Hellmuth, and Daniel Negreanu. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get up a “No Sweat First Bet” up to $1,000 dollars.Urban Stems: Go to and use promo code JERICHO for 15% off.Pandora: Find a gift as unique as your love! Visit a store near you or sho
24/02/202356 minutes 9 seconds
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Hacksaw, Beefcake & The Four Leaf Clover

Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake, and IRS Mike Rotunda walked onto a cruise ship… No, they really did! They were all onboard the Chris Jericho Rock & Wrestling Rager at Sea Four Leaf Clover, and participated in a live TIJ episode on the ship all about the WWF in the 80s! If you were there, you got the whole thing, and if you weren’t, you get this special exclusive listen. Chris also shares some of the funnier moments, stories, and matches on this year’s cruise including the Jericho-Hausen tag match, the crowning of the inaugural Jericho Cruise Oceanic Champion (aka Matt Cardona), rap concerts from Swerve Strickland and Max Castor, and Ryan Nemeth standup! Thank you for supporting our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get up a “No Sweat First Bet” up to $1,000 dollars.Urban Stems: Go to and use promo code JERICHO for
22/02/202357 minutes 38 seconds
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Sudden Impact Storms Japan – October 1991

Sudden Impact made their tag team debut in Japan in October of 1991. It was Lance Storm and Chris Jericho at Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling aka FMW. The duo were barely a year into their wrestling careers when this tour opportunity arose, and they recount their nearly three-week trip overseas. They remember how they got the chance to travel to Japan, what it was like boarding the plane with no visa or actual contact information for anyone at FMW. They share stories about FMW promoter Onita, his right-hand man, Goto, and their fellow Gaijin wrestlers on the show including Mark Starr, Horace Boulder (Hulk Hogan’s nephew), and Mike Awesome. They share some of the ribs pulled on this trip, the story about their $600 drinking bar adventure, and they break down each one of their Japanese matches. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get up a “No Sweat First Bet” up to $1,000 dollars.<
17/02/20231 hour 14 minutes 23 seconds
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Eagles High – The Top 10 Iron Maiden Album Opening Tracks

Metal Blade Records founder Brian Slagel and Merlin Alderslade from Metal Hammer return to rank Iron Maiden opening songs!  They’ve got their Top 10 selected and count them down in a spirited debate that’s filled with great trivia about songwriting, recording, and concerts. Do any songs from the Blaze Bayley era make the cut? And how did the return of Bruce Dickinson and Adrian Smith affect their respective lists? Where do you think songs like “Invade,” “Aces High,” “The Number Of The Beast,” “Piece of Mind,” and “Powerslave” rank? They guys also discuss Maiden live shows and set lists, and make some predictions about what might be included in Maiden’s upcoming “The Future Past Tour.” Thank you for supporting our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get up a “No Sweat First Bet” up to $1,000 dollars.Urban Stems: Go to and use promo code <strong
15/02/20231 hour 20 minutes 37 seconds
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Victoria Fuller - Playboy Playmate & Naughty NFTs

Former Playboy Playmate of the Month (January 1996) Victoria Fuller has tons of great stories about Hugh Hefner and her time at the Playboy mansion. She shares what inspired her Playboy dream, how and when she finally met Hef, and some of the memorable experiences she had as a Playmate, including guest stints on Married With Children and Friends! She recounts the time she starred in Weezer’s music video for “Beverly Hills” which was filmed at the mansion, how Hef helped her pursue her other dream of becoming an artist, and her final days hanging out at the mansion. She also reveals how she feels about Holly Madison’s post-Playboy public tell-all. And she explains how she got into NFTs and web3 and launched Rogue Bunnies and their NFT trading card collection featuring 100 former Playmates.Order the Rogue Bunnies NFT trading cards & join their metaverse: you for supporting our sponsors!FanDuel:
10/02/20231 hour 1 minute 49 seconds
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Michael Oku – The OJMO Meets The OCHO

The Jericho Appreciation Society invaded PWG’s Battle Of Los Angeles in a surprise appearance that saw them get the best of their opponents in a 10-man tag. Michael Oku was one of those said opponents, and he recounts the how, where, and when he found out about his participation in this historic match! Michael also details his own start in the British wrestling scene, how he started working for RevPro, what he learned working with Konosuke Takeshita, and his goals for 2023. He also does a deep dive into his 5-star match with Will Ospreay at RevPro High Stakes 2022 at the York Theater in London. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get up a “No Sweat First Bet” up to $1,000 dollars.Urban Stems: Go to and use promo code JERICHO for 15% off.PajamaGram: Go to <a href=""
08/02/20231 hour 38 seconds
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Live From The Haunted Anderson Hotel

Jeff Waldridge is the caretaker of the haunted Anderson Hotel in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, and he, Jericho, and AEW’s Dr. Luther recorded this episode live in the dark in the old hotel. Jeff shares the history of the hotel and the 13 verified deaths that took place within its walls. He details the paranormal activity that he’s personally witnessed over years including hearing footsteps and tapping to seeing apparitions, and he chronicles the more invasive occurrences that others have experienced like bite marks and scratches, and what some of the EVP (electronic voice phenomena) recordings have captured inside various room. He also talks about the 3-day TV shoot that Paranormal Lockdown staged at the hotel, and incident that resulted in one of the camera crew abruptly walking out. But what happens during the hour or so that Jericho, Jeff and Dr. Luther are holed up in the hotel?? Hmmmm Thank you for supporting our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use p
03/02/20231 hour 3 minutes 9 seconds
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Reach For The Sky, Boy! A Tribute To Jay Briscoe

Reach For The Sky, Boy! A Tribute to Jay BriscoeThe wrestling world lost an incredible wrestler and even better man when Jamin Pugh (aka Jay Briscoe of the Briscoe Brothers) was tragically killed in a car accident just a few minutes from his home in Laurel, Delaware. The accident also seriously injured his two young daughters. The 13x and current ROH World Tag Team Champion is remembered in this emotional tribute episode by some of his close friends including The Young Bucks, Hangman Adam Page, Adam Cole, Samoa Joe, Sonjay Dutt, Christopher Daniels, and Jay Lethal. They share favorite stories, matches, and memories of the great family man and friend who never had a bad word to say about anybody. RIP Jamin Pugh.Please support the Pugh family: Thank you for supporting our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get up
01/02/20231 hour 19 minutes 54 seconds
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The Unsolved Mystery of the Villisca Axe Murders

Jesse Wilkins, Dave Wilkins, and Rob Coakley from the Hometown Ghost Stories podcast ( return to share the terrifying tale of the Villisca Axe Murder House! 8 murders were committed in that house on June 12, 1912, and while the police at the time had many suspects, they actually failed to convict anyone of the heinous crime and the case remains unsolved to this day. The guys detail the story, evidence, theories, and suspects, and explain why researchers and experts believe Villisca was the work of a serial killer. They also talk about paranormal elements surrounding the Villisca House and the weird links to both the Sallie House and the Lizzie Borden case.  Please support our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get $150 in FREE bets when you place your first $5 bet.Pandora: Find
27/01/202359 minutes 50 seconds
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AEW’s Teen Sensation Nick Wayne

17-year-old Nick Wayne already has an AEW contract, and is eagerly awaiting his 18th birthday in July so he can officially get in an AEW ring! The son of Pacific Northwest wrestling legend, the late, great Buddy Wayne, has been unofficially training since childhood. Nick talks about crashing classes at his dad’s wrestling school, working out with the students, learning from his dad, and having his first official match at the age of 12. Nick explains how and when he started working with Defy Wrestling in Seattle, how he’s been able to travel the world to wrestle (including Japan and the UK) while still in high school, and when and where he caught the eye of Tony Khan. Plus, Buddy Wayne was also a mentor and very close friend to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter’s Bryan Alvarez, and Bryan joins to share stories and memories of Buddy, and describe what’s it been like to see the naturally-talented Nick grow up and follow in his father’s footsteps. Please support our sponso
25/01/202358 minutes 28 seconds
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The SNL Hall Of Fame – Top 10 Cast Members Of All Time

Jamie Dew and Thomas Sena from the SNL Hall of Fame podcast join to do Top 10 picks for an SNL castmembers Hall of Fame! Everybody brings their own Top 10 picks from the show’s 50-year history, and explain their respective rankings. They talk about Will Ferrall, Adam Sandler, John Belushi & Dan Aykroyd, Phil Hartman, Kristen Wiig, Gilda Radner, Eddie Murphy, Martin Short, Chris Farley, Dana Carvey, Kate McKinnon, and so many more! They share their favorite sketches, bits, impersonations and catchphrases along with plenty of awesome SNL trivia! Hear about the many collaborations between WWE and SNL, and the time Jericho almost served as the celebrity guest host. Please support our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get $150 in FREE bets when you place your first $5 bet.Pandora: Find a gift as unique as your love! Visit a store near you or shop online at https://us.pandor
20/01/20231 hour 13 minutes 40 seconds
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Anatomy of a Wrestling Belt Maker

Championship belt maker Dave Millican is the man behind the Chris Jericho Rock & Wrestling Rager at Sea Four Leaf Clove limited-edition championship belt!  He’s also the Ace of Belts maker behind title belts for AEW, WWE, Jerry Lawler, UFC, The Rock, and Steve Austin. He’s got plenty of stories about each of the belts he’s made along with some interesting details about belts he’s done for Madonna and Mack Trucks! Dave talks about his start in the business including the first belt he ever made for himself and the first belt he constructed for someone else. He talks about meeting the man who became his mentor, legendary belt maker Reggie Parks, and the best advice Reggie gave him. Dave explains belt design and construction, how to spot a fake from the real thing, and even shares a couple of his all-time favorite title belts. Please support our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get $150 in FREE bets when you pla
18/01/202353 minutes 20 seconds
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Carving Canadian Horror with Dead Meat James

James Janisse from the popular YouTube channel Dead Meat joins to talk all things Canadian horror! He’s doing a deep dive into all kinds of great films made by Canadians and filmed in Canada including Black Christmas which pretty much directly inspired John Carpenter to make Halloween, and David Cronenberg films like Shivers, The Fly starring Jeff Goldblum, and Videodrome. Jericho & James break down The Changeling, My Blood Valentine, Gingersnaps, Cube and the Canadian TV series, Slasher. They share tons of cool trivia about the movies, the kill scenes, the casts, and the resurgence of the horror genre in general. Please support our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get $150 in FREE bets when you place your first $5 bet.Pandora: Find a gift as unique as your love! Visit a store near you or shop online at Mobile: cut your wireless
13/01/202359 minutes 54 seconds
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True Pro Wrestling Crimes

Jamie and John from the True Crimecast podcast return, and this time they’ve got details on crimes committed by professional wrestlers! They detail the case of Juana Barraza, the luchadora serial killer who prayed on the elderly in the Mexico City area. They’re talking about WCW’s Hardbody Harrison who’s currently serving a life sentence for his part in a sex trafficking ring! There’s Douglas Whitton, an indie wrestler who murdered four people, and Rockin’ Rebel Charles Williams, a protégé of the Rock & Roll Express, who was involved in a murder suicide. They also discuss less serious crimes that involve Ric Flair, Billie Joe Travis and Jerry Lawler, and Hurricane Helms and Chris Jericho!Please support our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get $150 in FREE bets when you place your first $5 bet.Pandora: Find a gift as unique as your love! Visit a store near you or shop online at <a href="
11/01/202347 minutes 44 seconds
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Jeff Jarrett Is The Last Outlaw

Jeff Jarrett has joined forces with Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt and Satnam Singh at AEW, but that’s not all he’s doing! Jeff talks about his office role for AEW and what he hopes it means for the company’s growth in 2023. He also shares stories about his WWE days and working for Vince both as in-ring talent, and in the office on the creative team. He discusses his territory days with Jerry Lawler in Memphis, learning from his father, and starting and building TNA from the ground-up. He recalls tagging with Owen Hart and their great friendship, and explains why being the heel in Ric Flair’s last match was such a great honor. Please support our sponsors!Skylight Frames: go to and use promo code JERICHO to get $15 off your purchase.Mint Mobile: cut your wireless bill to $15 per month at
06/01/20231 hour 5 minutes 5 seconds
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Cheryl Burke – Dancing With The Memories

It’s been over 11 years since Chris Jericho competed on Dancing With The Stars, and he and his dance partner, Cheryl Burke, are finally talking about the whirlwind experience. The two have not really spoken since their last dance on the show, and break down what it was really like behind the scenes – from their first meeting and rehearsal to their final performance and all of the crazy press appearances in between. The speculate on why they didn’t make it further, their friendship with fellow contestant, late actress Kirstie Alley, the hardest dances for Chris, their favorite moments, and how they turned a 2-minute spot on Ellen DeGeneres into a four segment stay with a dance at the end. Cheryl talks about doing DWTS during COVID, her worst injuries, some of her other fav celeb partners, and why she’s finally retiring from the show after 26 seasons. Please support our sponsors!Mint Mobile: cut your wireless bill to $15 per month at <a href="https://www.mintmobil
04/01/202359 minutes 8 seconds
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Who’s Next… 90’s Wrestling Merch

Kevin Williams is the author of “Wrestling Merchandise of the 1990s,” a photographic look back at some of the best and most bizarre wrestling merch of the 90s. He shares some of the most popular items and wrestlers of the time including Hulk Hogan, Steve Austin, and The Rock. He discusses some of the rarest and most valuable items from action figures to cards to foam fingers!He details why some company’s merch is more valuable than others, how action figures have changed over the years, the pieces that are most sought after by collectors (think Andre The Giant and Ultimate Warrior), and what he considers to be the most prized piece in his own personal collection (hint: it involves The Undertaker). Plus, Jericho shares stories about his first-ever action figure and t-shirt, the Jericho merch that he’s accumulated over the course of his career, and his favorite Jericho-branded items (including the elusive Jericho bowling ball).  Please support our sponsors!Skyligh
30/12/202254 minutes 38 seconds
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Charlie Benante Talks Dime, Vinnie & The Pantera Celebration

The Pantera reunion tribute tour with original members, singer Phil Anselmo and bassist Rex Brown, launched this month in Mexico with Charlie Benante on drums in honor of his great friend, Vinnie Paul, and Zakk Wylde on guitar in tribute to the great Dimebag Darrell Abbott. Charlie Benante explains how this tour came together, who contacted him, and when and why he agreed to play. He discusses learning the songs and playing them in Vinnie’s style, his favorite riffs and fills, and what he thinks about the fan reaction so far. Charlie gives a detailed look into his rehearsals with Pantera, forming the set list, bonding with Rex, Pantera’s musical legacy, the Van Halen influence, and how his longtime bandmates in Anthrax reacted when he told them what he was doing. Charlie also shares some great memories and stories about Dime and Vinnie, including how he originally met them both, gigs that Pantera and Anthrax played together, and Eddie Van Halen’s emotional and touching tribute at Di
28/12/202259 minutes 29 seconds
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He’s Got Two! Jingle All The Way Christmas Watchalong

Andy, Nick and the mysterious Chris L. from the Pod Of Thunder podcast return to do their first-ever non-musical TIJ episode!  They are celebrating the holidays by partaking in a watchalong of the Christmas classic, Jingle All The Way, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sinbad, Rita Wilson, and Phil Hartman! And in true watchalong fashion, they offer lots of great trivia including which Jingle All The Way star received comedic training from the great Lucille Ball, which famous Goodfellas actor was passed over for the part of “Myron,” who voices the modern day Turbo Man, and which of the watchalong participants has been maced before. They also reveal what Kurt Angle, Big Show, and WCW Nitro have to do with Jingle All The Way, and share their final opinions and thoughts at the film’s conclusion!Please support our sponsors!Skylight Frames: go to and use promo code JERICHO to get $15 of
23/12/20221 hour 38 minutes 23 seconds
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The Hard Times & Hard Hits of Athena

The Hard Times & Hard Hits of AthenaThe ROH Women’s Champion Athena explains how her strong style wrestling earned her the nickname “The American Joshi” on the indie scene, and also caused a bit of controversy in a recent AEW Dark match against Jody Threat. Athena talks about her journey to AEW, reinventing the Athena character, and why she let Jade destroy her cool angel wings. She also details her run at WWE from her multiple tryouts to signing to NXT to her move to the main roster to her devasting Achilles injury, and eventual release. She shares stories about the Ember Moon gimmick including what inspired the colored contact lenses and what it was like to win the tag team titles with then partner, Shotzi Blackheart. Plus, she speaks to her relationships with Vince McMahon, Triple H, Nattie Neidhart, and Saraya, and speculates as to why things didn’t work out for Ember Moon at WWE. Please support our sponsors!Skylight Frames: go to <a href="https://www
21/12/20221 hour 17 minutes 12 seconds
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Dangerous Breed – Crimes, Cons, Cats & Teddy Hart

Frederick Kroetsch followed Teddy Hart around with a camera for years, and never thought he’d end up as a major player in a documentary about Teddy Hart and the mysterious disappearance of Teddy’s ex-girlfriend, Samantha Fiddler. But that’s exactly what happened, and you can see it play out in the new doc, “Dangerous Breed: Crimes. Cons. Cats.” streaming now on Peacock. Frederick explains how he first met Teddy over 10 years ago, why he decided to start filming Teddy, and what his original plans were for the footage. He talks about meeting and interviewing Samantha Fiddler, what he knows about her disappearance, and when his project turned into something else entirely.  Please support our sponsors!Skylight Frames: go to and use promo code JERICHO to get $15 off your purchase.Mint Mobile: cut your wireless bill to $15 per month at <a href="
16/12/202256 minutes 24 seconds
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Classic Movie Clash – Godfather vs Goodfellas

It’s the first-ever Classic Movie Clash and what better way to start than with The Godfather versus Goodfellas?! Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante, Fozzy bassist PJ Farley, and Tom G. and Zeus from the Shout It Out Loud podcast join to debate both classic mafia movies! They’ve got great trivia, hilarious impressions, favorite scenes and performances (Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, James Caan, Ray Liotta, Robert DeNiro, and Joe Pesci), and some serious analysis about the writing, direction (Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese), cinematography, and casting. They discuss similarities and differences, and finally vote for a favorite. Please support our sponsors!Mint Mobile: cut your wireless bill to $15 per month at Visit to find your perfect Toyota!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo c
14/12/20221 hour 6 minutes 21 seconds
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2022 – A Career Year for The Ocho

2022 – A Career Year for The OchoCould this be another “Wrestler Of The Year” kind of year for Chris Jericho? Many are calling 2022 a career year for sure, and that’s really incredible considering how 2022 started for The Ocho! He went from suffering a pulmonary embolism and the real possibility of never wrestling again to dropping some serious weight, and then having some of the best matches of his career. Jericho breaks down many of them with great behind-the-scenes stories and details. He’s talking about his long feud with Eddie Kingston, his two big matches with Bryan Danielson, his barn burner with Jon Moxley for the Interim AEW World Championship, Blood & Guts with Claudio Castagnoli and the giant swing on top of the cage, his ROH World Title defenses against Bandido, Colt Cabana and Tomohiro Ishii, and the great match against Dalton Castle in Cincinnati. Please support our sponsors!Mint Mobile: cut your wireless bill to $15 per month at <a href="ht
09/12/20221 hour 1 minute
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The Rock N Roll Treasures of the Hard Rock Hotels

Chris Jericho’s light-up jacket is one of the newest pieces of memorabilia on display at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tampa, Florida! And to celebrate the occasion, Chase McCue from the Hard Rock joins to tell the story of acquiring and installing the infamous light-up jacket, along with stories about some of the other more famous pieces in Hard Rock’s 80,000+ collection!  Chase explains how the acquisition process works, and how he and his team decide which pieces of music memorabilia will be displayed at which Hard Rock locations. He talks about pieces they have from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Michael Jackson, Billie Eilish, Post Malone, Rihanna, and even Harry Styles. He describes some of their more valuable memorabilia, what he’s hoping to add to the collection, and how the Hard Rock displays and/or stores things like Slash’s Harley, Faith Hill’s Corvette, and Eddie Van Halen’s Lamborghini.  Please support our sponsors!Mint Mobi
07/12/202247 minutes 27 seconds
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Inside The Atomic Arena of Barren Cross

Barren Cross played the inaugural Immortal Christian Rock Festival over Labor Day weekend and Chris Jericho was there to host a special Q+A prior to the band’s first live performance in 10 years! All four original band members participated – singer Michael Drive, bassist Jim LaVerde, guitarist Ray Parris, and drummer Steve Whittaker. They talk about how they got started, being influenced by bands like Iron Maiden, their first time in the recording studio after raising the money from their family and friends to pay for the time, and how that first recording landed them their initial record deal. They share the story about being signed by Enigma Records (home to Stryper), buying the run down, old UPS truck they turned into their touring bus, and dealing with the backlash they got from the Christian community.  Please support our sponsors!Mint Mobile: cut your wireless bill to $15 per month at
02/12/202245 minutes 12 seconds
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Barry Bloom – Pioneering Pro Wrestling SuperAgent

Chris’ longtime friend and Manager, Barry Bloom, makes his TIJ debut with some amazing stories about the incredible talent he’s worked with over the years including Jesse Ventura, Mean Gene Okerlund, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and of course, Chris Jericho. Barry recounts how he first met Chris and helped him make the jump from WCW to WWE. He details his relationship with Jesse Ventura, his first wrestling client, and how he helped Jesse land the role as Sgt Blain Cooper in the movie Predator. Barry also shares the story behind Jesse’s lawsuit against Vince and the WWF over unpaid royalties as a broadcaster, and the impact Jesse’s victory had on the wrestling business in general. Please support our sponsors!Mint Mobile: cut your wireless bill to $15 per month at Visit to find your perfect Toyota!<
30/11/20221 hour 7 minutes 54 seconds
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Molly’s Game – High Stakes Gambling, Extortion, and FBI Arrests

One-time Olympic mogul ski hopeful and host of the Torched podcast, Molly Bloom, ran a high-stakes poker game at the Viper Room in Los Angeles frequented by A-list celebrities, powerful politicians, big money investment bankers, and billionaires. When a famous actor usurped the game from her, she moved to New York, and started an even bigger game. That’s where the story took a scary and dramatic turn involving the Italian Mob, Russian organized crime, drugs, the FBI, a Federal takedown, a trial, and $9 million dollars in debt. And that’s when Molly wrote a book, went back to Hollywood, connected with Aaron Sorkin, and turned her real-life story into an Oscar-nominated film. Molly shares her incredible tale and reveals how she managed to pick up the pieces, rebuild her life, and forgive herself in the process.Please support our sponsors!Mint Mobile: cut your wireless bill to $15 per month at
25/11/202253 minutes 29 seconds
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Dustin Rhodes – 35 Years of Wrestling Gold

Dustin Rhodes has had some amazing matches in his career and talks about a handful of his favorites including 1992 War Games where Sting’s Squadron took on Dangerous Alliance. He breaks down his Wrestlemania 12 Backlot Brawl with Roddy Piper, and shares what went as planned and what didn’t in that match. He shares what inspired his big lingerie reveal, what happened to his gold Cadillac and Piper’s white Bronco, and what it was like to film on the Universal Studios lot. Dustin also talks about the emotional AEW Full Gear match he had with brother Cody, and what it felt like to do a match he’d been pitching for years prior at WWE.  He remembers being in the ring with Ricky Steamboat, traveling the roads with Sting, and the moment Vince McMahon pitched the Goldust character to him. Oh, and then there’s that story about the time he came face-to-face with a Chupacabra.Please support our sponsors!Mint Mobile: cut your wireless bill to $15 per month at <a href="https://www.m
23/11/20221 hour 2 minutes 12 seconds
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The Taiga Style of Lee Moriarty

Lee Moriarty is more than just a technical wrestler and he’s out to prove it at AEW! Lee talks about signing with AEW, and evolving Taiga Style to better represent what he is now as a wrestler, performer and personality. He speaks to his love of graphic design and street wear, and how he’s used those skills to enhance his wrestling career. He recounts his wrestling training in Pittsburgh, learning the lucha libre style in Mexico, who got him interested in wrestling in the first place, and the role that Bruce Lee and his philosophy have played in Lee’s own life. He also talks about his indie career, coming up with Wheeler Yuta and Daniel Garcia, and what it was like to get in the ring with one of his wrestling heroes, Byran Danielson.  Please support our sponsors!Mint Mobile: cut your wireless bill to $15 per month at Visit https
18/11/20221 hour 4 minutes 28 seconds
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Klassic Album Klash – Kiss Crazy Nights vs Revenge with Kuarantine

The Classic Album Clash is back, and this time it’s all about non-makeup KISS – 1987’s “Crazy Nights” vs 1991’s “Revenge.” And joining in the track-by-track analysis and trivia fun are Kuarantine – bassist PJ Farley, guitarists Joe McGinness and Charlie Parra, and drummer Kent Slucher. They talk album covers, super producers Ron Nevison and Bob Ezrin respective roles, songwriting and lyrics, and the importance of Bruce Kulick to the band at this point in time. They discuss the songwriting chemistry between Paul Stanley and Desmond Child, how Diane Warren contributed to KISS, the drumming prowess of both Eric Carr and Eric Singer, and why some of the songs weren’t bigger radio hits for the band. They remember the Crazy Nights Tour, Gene Simmons return for “Revenge,” and some of their favorite music videos from both albums. Plus, Charlie recounts the first conversation he ever had with Gene Simmons, and CJ reveals which songs from both albums that were not particular favorites of Paul
16/11/20221 hour 23 minutes 34 seconds
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Dissecting Dahmer – Analyzing Evil Incarnate

Jeffrey Dahmer murdered 17 men and boys of color between 1978 and 1991, and escalated from killing his victims to dissecting and dismembering them to eating their corpses! His crimes are detailed in the new Netflix series “Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story,” which has generated quite a bit of controversy since its release in September. John and Jamie from True Crimecast return to talk about Jeffrey Dahmer and delve into his back story and childhood to determine what the Netflix series got right and what it may have missed in its retelling. They delve into his evolution from killer to killer cannibal, provide more details about his capture, trial, and death, and discuss the controversy surrounding the Netflix series. Please support our sponsors!Toyota: Visit to find your perfect Toyota!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get a “No Sweat First Bet” up to
11/11/202259 minutes 39 seconds
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The Ocho’s Biggest Matches – Live In London

The Jericho Chronicles hit London in July, and featured stories about some of the biggest matches and feuds of Jericho’s career. Hear details behind his first-ever match which was at the Moose Hall in Ponoka, Alberta, Canada, his time with CMLL in Mexico, and how he made his way to Japan. He details a couple of the best matches he had with Ultimo Dragon while in Japan, and how a young Mick Foley happened to be in the audience and went back to the States to tell Paul Heyman about what he’d seen. Chris describes the year-long effort it took to get to ECW and Heyman, how that segued into WCW. He breaks down the mask vs title match he had against Juventud Guerrera. He runs down all the circumstances leading up to a trifecta of different matches with Triple H once he got to WWE – including Last Man Standing, and Hell In A Cell Judgement Day. He remembers his favorite Shawn Michaels feud, working with Rey Mysterio in 2009, and Kevin Owens and the Festival of Friendship. He talks about Ken
09/11/20221 hour 28 minutes 1 second
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Ichi, Ni, San, Da! The Life & Times of Antonio Inoki

Wrestling Observer Newsletter’s Dave Meltzer and journalist Fumi Saito celebrate the life and legacy of the great Antonio Inoki, who passed away October 1st at the age of 79. The founder of New Japan ProWrestling and creator of the IWGP Heavyweight Championship had storied wrestling and political careers, and left his mark on both. Dave, Fumi & Jericho discuss Inoki’s wrestling start and training alongside Giant Baba under the guidance of Rikidozan, Inoki’s life-long rivalry with Baba, his martial arts matches, his relationship with Vince McMahon and WWE, and his fights against Hulk Hogan and Andre The Giant. They also talk about his famous “fighting spirit slap!” Please support our sponsors!Toyota: Visit to find your perfect Toyota!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get a “No Sweat First Bet” up to $1000Cynch: download the Cynch app or go <a href="https://www
04/11/20221 hour 14 minutes 52 seconds
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The Interdimensional Abilities of Elizabeth April

Elizabeth April ( has been seeing and communicating with ghosts and spirits since elementary school. Her psychic abilities also include lucid dreaming, remote viewing, telepathy, and astral projection. She’s experienced a multitude of her own past lives, has tapped into others’ past lives, and has shot to the center of the universe in a unique out-of-body experience during one of her early regressions. She was also abducted by interdimensional aliens when she was 18-years-old, and still regularly meets with them to this day as part of the Galactic Federation. Elizabeth recounts her personal story, and shares details about her past lives, her multiple alien abductions, human alien hybrid DNA, and what she believes it all means for herself and humanity at large. She explains how everyone can unlock their own sensory abilities to better understand the alien agenda, and stresses the importance of questioning everythin
02/11/202256 minutes 28 seconds
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Halloween Special – Dissecting Horror Franchise ThreeQuels

It’s the Third Annual Halloween Spooktacular with Darcy The Mail Girl from “The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs” on Shudder. And this year it’s all about ThreeQuels – the best and worst third installments in horror franchise history! They discuss the ones they love, the ones they hate, a few honorable mentions, and a couple the Chris has never seen. They hit on the Threes from Halloween, Friday The 13th, Nightmare On Elm Street, Jaws, The Puppet Master, Evil Dead, Leprechaun, Psycho, Child’s Play, Scream, and many more! They talk about the kills, the performances, the Final Girls, the plots, directors, and even production budgets! And yes, they name the greatest part 3 movie of all-time! Start guessing now!Please support our sponsors!Mint Mobile: Switch now at download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get a “No Sweat First Bet” up to $1000Cynch: download the C
28/10/20221 hour 12 minutes 26 seconds
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Sign Of The Hammerstone

MLW Fightland 22 is Sunday October 30th at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, and Alexander Hammerstone is defending the World Heavyweight Championship in a Last Man Standing match against The Judge EJ Nduka! Hammerstone talks about the importance of that match, what it means to the be MLW Champion, and the rest of the card. He also talks about working with MJF in MLW, the rise of their popular faction The Dynasty, and what it was like after MJF signed with AEW. Hammerstone recounts his 3 tryouts for WWE and why he thinks it never worked out, and all the things he learned working matches in Mexico, Canada, and Japan. Plus, he explains why the pandemic shutdown proved to be very beneficial for him and the development of his character.Please support our sponsors!Babbel: visit to get up to 55% off your subscriptionFanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get a “No Sweat First Bet” up to $1000Cynch: download the Cynch app or g
26/10/20221 hour 1 minute 21 seconds
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Davey & Dynamite: The Explosive Tale of the British Bulldogs

“Dynamite & Davey: The Explosive Lives Of The British Bulldogs” is a new book about the lives of Davey Boy Smith and the Dynamite Kid aka Tom Billington. And Author Steven Bell along with Bronwyne Billington, the daughter of the Dynamite Kid, and Ross Hart, brother of Bret and Owen and Stampede Wrestling historian share stories about the tag team that revolutionized the business. Ross recounts how Dynamite and Davey first came to Canada to work for Stu Hart’s Stampede Wrestling, when and how they got put together as a tag team, and the impact they had on the business. Ross and Steven talk about Dynamite & Davey’s unlikely friendship, incredible chemistry, and Davey Boy’s fierce loyalty to Dynamite. They discuss the British Bulldogs’ monster run in Japan, their WWE signing, and why things didn’t work out exactly as planned for them. They also talk about the duo’s final days in wrestling, and their respective tragic passings. Plus, Bronwyne shares stories from her childhood, and revea
21/10/20221 hour 5 minutes 7 seconds
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I Love You, You Hate Me - The Rise & Fall of Barney

Tommy Avallone returns to talk Barney! His new documentary “I Love You, You Hate Me” is streaming now on Peacock, and looks at the cultural hate and backlash that surrounded the popular purple dinosaur almost from his first introduction to the world. Tommy chronicles the creation of Barney, his rise and fall in popularity, and the hate the sprang up around him. He explains how Barney’s cultural phenomenon status impacted Bob West who voiced Barney and actor David Joyner who physically played the purple dinosaur in the giant costume. Tommy talks about the “Barney Curse” that plagued creator Sheryl Leach’s family, and shares some of the dark urban legends surrounding Barney involving drug cartels and serial killers. Stream “I Love You, You Hate Me” on Peacock: Tommy Avallone’s next documentary, “The House From”: <a href="http:/
19/10/202258 minutes 7 seconds
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Saraya Turns The Page

Saraya shocked the wrestling world when she made her AEW debut at Grand Slam last month! She explains her decision to join AEW over WWE, the role that Jericho and John Moxley played in that decision, and what Tony Khan said to her that solidified her signing. She talks about the in-ring injury that forced her early retirement from wrestling, the roles she played at WWE when she could no longer wrestle, and the effect it had on her mental health and well-being. She shares stories about growing up in a wrestling family, and getting her start as a kid, and how The Rock turned that story into a feature film called, “Fighting With My Family.” Plus, Saraya details some of her favorite WWE opponents, moments, and matches, and who she’s most excited about working with at AEW.  Big thanks our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get a “No Sweat First Bet” up to $1000Cynch: download the Cynch app or go <a href="
14/10/20221 hour 1 minute 1 second
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Who Pulls The Strings – The Bizarre Story Of THE GAME

Something has been happening in the seedy underbelly of Hollywood for years. Tim Chizmar calls it “The Game,” and if you know, you know. And if you don’t, you’re about to find out. Is it a conspiracy? A hoax? Is it real? It sounds A LOT like the 1997 Michael Douglas movie, “The Game” and even reads a little like a less-violent “Squid Games.” Tim Chizmar was a player, recruited by a fellow Hollywood professional, and he made some serious cash staging disappearances, kidnappings, and S&M scenes. Tim has no idea who runs The Game or what happened to all of the content he created as a player, but he details his 2-year involvement from the moment he joined to his unceremonious exit. He theorizes on who might be behind The Game, why he believes he was chosen, whether he may find himself pulled back in at some point, and what he fears may happen to him for sharing his incredible tale. Big thanks our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to
12/10/202258 minutes 3 seconds
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Oct 2, 1990 – The Origin of Jericho

October 2, 1990 is a special day in pro wrestling history! It’s the day that Chris Jericho had his first-ever wrestling match! The big event took place at the Ponoka Moose Hall and it was Chris Jericho versus Lance T. (the T stands for Thunder) Storm! They were third on the card in what ended up being a 15-minute time limit draw. Chris runs down the days leading up to the big booking, the drive to the Moose Hall with Bret Como and Mike Lozanski, the scene at the venue when they arrived, and the locker room celebration and conversation post-match. He details the origin of his entrance music that day (Poison’s “Unskinny Bop”), the gimmick he refused to do, the heat caused by his black wrestling boots, and where he got those super cool black & yellow tights (inspired by Stryper)! Big thanks our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get a “No Sweat First Bet” up to $1000Cynch: download the Cynch app or go <a href="https://www.cynch.c
07/10/20221 hour 3 minutes 49 seconds
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Terrifier 2 – The Good, The Bad & The Gory

Art The Clown is back in “Terrifier 2,” and writer, director Damien Leone has all kinds of gory-ass stories about the creepy, silent, evil clown who loves to torture his victims to death (which may include one Adam Burke aka Chris Jericho). Damien shares the inspiration for Art The Clown, the role that “Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors” played in the sequel, and what he took from Ripley in the “Alien” movies and gave to his own final girl, Sienna Shaw. He talks about creating and building the special effects used in the film, designing and applying the makeup effects himself, and what it was like to spend 2 days shooting with fans who contributed to the Indiegogo fundraising campaign. He speaks to writing and filming during the pandemic, the film’s 2-hour plus run time, and one-upping the kill scenes from the first “Terrifier” movie. Plus, Damien shares stories from Chris’ one night on set, and having to rethink and reshoot the ending of the film after another movie beat hi
05/10/202258 minutes 6 seconds
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Tales From Pro Wrestling’s Territories

Evan Husney & Jason Eisener return to share “Tales From The Territories,” their brand-new series coming to Vice TV on Tuesday October 4th at 10pm!  Evan and Jason teamed up with The Rock and Seven Bucks Productions to produce this new series that reunites wrestling legends to tell some of their craziest stories from both inside and out of the ring! They cover Memphis, Mid-South, Portland, Crockett Promotions, World Class Championship Wrestling, and Polynesian Pacific Pro (which was run by The Rock’s grandparents). They do a whole episode on the Andy Kaufman-Jerry Lawler angle, and an entire episode on Stampede Wrestling with Bret Hart, Abdullah The Butcher, David Schultz, and “No Class Bobby Bass.” Evan and Jason share some of their favorite anecdotes from the episodes, along with stories that surprised them, and tales that haven’t ever been told until now! They also give an update on the status of season 4 of “Dark Side of the Ring.”“Tales From The Territories” premiers Octo
30/09/20221 hour 5 minutes 53 seconds
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When Doves Cry - The Death of Prince

Karl Stern is a longtime contributor to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, host of the “When It Was Cool” podcast, and a veteran police officer! Karl joins to talk about the death of one of music’s biggest stars, Prince. Prince was found dead in an elevator at his Paisley Park estate on April 21, 2016 from what was later ruled and “accidental” overdose of fentanyl. Karl explains why his death was ruled “accidental,” and talks about the significance of Prince being among the first well-known public figures to die from a fentanyl overdose. He talks about the chronic pain and injuries that likely led Prince to turn to painkillers in the first place, the various doctors treating the icon for both pain and possible addiction, the role that his religion may have played in his death, and the intervention that was due to take place on the very day that Prince died. Karl also sheds some light on the rise of the fentanyl drug epidemic, the dangers of fentanyl, and how it became the drug of ch
28/09/202251 minutes 57 seconds
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Dio - Dreamers Never Die

“Dio: Dreamers Never Die” hit theaters September 28th, and Ronnie James Dio’s wife and manager Wendy Dio, SiriusXM personality & longtime friend Eddie Trunk, and filmmakers Don Argott and Demian Fenton share all kinds of amazing stories about the legend that is Ronnie James Dio, and what it took to make this documentary about his life and influence. Wendy remembers Dio joining and leaving Rainbow, joining and leaving Black Sabbath, and then finally starting his own band. She recalls moving West to California, mortgaging their house to pay for “Holy Diver,” the first Dio album and tour, and the circumstances surrounding the Hear N’ Aid benefit concert of 1986. Wendy and Eddie explain what inspired the Dio horns, Dio’s unwavering commitment to and love for his fans, and what people might be surprised to discover about the metal icon after watching “Dio: Dreamers Never Die.”Purchase tickets to Dio: Dreamers Never Die - https://www.di
23/09/20221 hour 3 minutes 16 seconds
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Anatomy Of A Ring Announcer with Justin Roberts

Justin Roberts former WWE Ring Announcer turned AEW Ring Announcer has spent many years in the ring, and shares what it took to get there! He has a great stories about what inspired him to become a ring announcer, what he did to make WWE take notice and give him a chance, and how he landed at AEW. Justin talks about developing his style, the dos & don’ts of ring announcing, and how he handles special requests from talent. You’ll hear what Honky Tonk Man, Navajo Warrior, and the great Howard Finkel all did for Justin’s career during his early years, how his style changes for live TV versus house shows versus pay-per-views. He breaks down his intros for AEW stars like Jon Moxley, Orange Cassidy, Jay Lethal, Sting, and CM Punk, and describes what he did differently when doing intros for Stadium Stampede and Anarchy In The Arena. Plus, Justin speaks to his days at WWE including how he came up with his infamous John Cena introduction! Big thanks our sponsors!Bosch Tools: le
21/09/20221 hour 4 minutes 35 seconds
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Neal Schon’s Journey To Freedom

Journey founding guitarist Neal Schon returns with stories about nearly starting a band with bassist John Entwistle of The Who fame, and how he and Entwistle ended up taking a last-minute trip to Donington to see their pal, Eddie Van Halen and Van Halen play live. Neal talks about Journey’s upcoming 50th Anniversary and how he started the band out of Santana with one-time Santana guitar tech, Herbie Herbert as manager. He reveals who he hopes to bring out on Journey’s 50th Anniversary Tour next year, and why Steve Lukather and Toto were the perfect touring partners this year! Neal speaks to the ever-growing popularity of “Don’t Stop Believin’”, what it was like to perform the song onstage at America’s Got Talent with Kodi Lee, Teddy Swims, and an orchestra, and his friend Sammy Hagar’s reaction to Journey’s new studio album, “Freedom.”Purchase the new Journey album “Freedom”: thanks our sponsors!<
16/09/20221 hour 7 minutes 35 seconds
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Jericho & The Story of AEW - Live From Glasgow

The Jericho Chronicles hit Glasgow in July, and featured stories from Chris’ many incredible moments at AEW to date. Hear the details behind his AEW signing, the first live DYNAMITE, winning the AEW World Championship, and who was originally supposed to be in the Inner Circle. Chris talks about his feud with MJF and the Dinner Debonair, Orange Cassidy and the Mimosa Mayhem, his original plans for Eddie Kingston, and why he never got a true shot at Jungle Boy Jack Perry. He has stories about Jake Hager, Nick Gage, Cody Rhodes, the Jericho Appreciation Society, and the Bubbly. Plus, he shares details from AEW’s marathon pandemic tapings, the original Blood & Guts, the first Stadium Stampede, and taking the giant swing from Claudio Castagnoli on top of the steel cage.Thank you to our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app, use promo code JERICHO, and place a $5 dollar bet to get $150 in FREE bets!Bosch Tools: learn more at <a href="
14/09/20221 hour 21 minutes 3 seconds
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Take 5 with Alan Angels

Alan Angels has nothing but great memories and things to say about his time in AEW! He explains how the pandemic was a blessing in disguise for his career, how he was recruited to the Dark Order, what happened when Brodie Lee joined AEW and became their leader, and what kind of impact Brodie made on Alan’s career and personal growth as a wrestler. Alan details Brodie Lee’s initial reaction to the Dark Order BTE bits, and shares a few of his favorite skits. He talks about learning from some of the best in the business including Pac, Ethan Page and Scorpio Sky, and wrestling Bryan Danielson on Dynamite in his hometown with his girlfriend and dad sitting at ringside. He also shares the circumstances leading up to his match on Dynamite with Kenny Omega, and what it was like to shoot the 30-plus Dynamite matches just before the pandemic lockdown forced the live AEW shows to shut down. Alan discusses training with QT Marshall at the Nightmare Factory, working Bill Dundee and Tommy Rich on
09/09/202253 minutes 31 seconds
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Ghosts Of Devil's Perch

Everybody has a ghost story in Butte, Montana, the subject of “Ghosts Of Devil’s Perch,” the new paranormal investigative series on Travel Channel and Discovery+. And if you ask the team behind the in-depth investigation, they’ll say it’s probably one of the most haunted places on earth! Paranormal experts Dave Schrader and KD Stafford, along with medium Cindy Kaza detail some of the experiences that are chronicled in the 8-episode series set in the historic mining town. They share some of their spooky encounters at the Hennessey Mansion, the Cabbage Patch, and The Clark Chateau. They discuss their conversations and findings, the near-death experience that left Dave hospitalized for no medically discernable reason, and the automatic writing episode that left Dave shook. They talk about the tragic history of historic residents that set some of this in motion, the geography and minerals in the land that serve as a natural conduit for the spirits, and why they’re all hoping to spend a
07/09/202259 minutes 13 seconds
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Demos, Ratings, and Wrestlenomics

Brandon Thurston is the guy behind Wrestlenomics, the service that offers research and data analytics for the pro wrestling business. He tracks rating for everyone including AEW, WWE, and Impact, among others, and charts what each TV show is doing in terms of audience and demographics, and what those numbers mean when it comes to success and growth potential for each company, and the business in general. He explains how ratings work, the difference between total audience and demographics, and why the latter is more important to advertisers. He explains cable rankings, average quarter hours, and how streaming has really changed the landscape of media consumption. He talks about cable and traditional television versus streaming, the advantages of each, and how streaming has impacted live TV shows, house shows, and pay-per-view. He breaks down the Wednesday Night Wars, what that win meant for AEW and how it was determined. He makes some predictions about future WWE & AEW TV deals, and
02/09/20221 hour 1 minute 28 seconds
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Falling Into Ronnie Radke

Ronnie Radke formed Falling In Reverse while serving a 2.5 year prison sentence. He explains the circumstances surrounding his incarceration, what inspired him to start a new band while behind bars, and how he managed to write so many songs before his release! He talks about being dropped by his former band, Escape The Fate, how he was able to eventually make amends with them, and why he’s so appreciative of his success in music now that he’s a little older. He talks about the new Falling In Reverse single “Voices In My Head,” and what it was like to shoot the incredible video that features Ronnie fighting many versions of himself! He shares his love for rock radio, his love/hate relationship with social media, what he wishes fan would and wouldn’t do when they approach him for autographs and pics, how he built his monster twitch channel during the pandemic lockdown, and why he counts My Chemical Romance and Metallica among his favorite tours.Thank you to our sponsors!
31/08/202252 minutes 28 seconds
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The Sick, The Dying… and The Dave – Mustaine Is Back

Megadeth founding frontman, Dave Mustaine, returns to talk about the band’s new album, “The Sick, the Dying…and the Dead,” and what it was like to make that record while undergoing treatment for throat cancer. Dave talks about the effect that radiation and chemo had on his voice and music, and how his cancer battle affected the way he lives his life. He also speaks to Brazilian guitarist Kiko Loureiro’s contributions to Megadeth, and their chemistry and musical relationship. Plus, Dave shares stories from his time with Metallica rooming with James Hetfield and riding to and from rehearsals with Cliff Burton. Pre-order Megadeth’s “The Sick, the Dying…and The Dead”: Thank you to our sponsors!FanDuel: download the FanDuel Sportsbook app and use promo code JERICHOSlingTV: check out for special offers 
26/08/202252 minutes 32 seconds
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Tyrus Brings Da Funk

Tyrus is looking to make history this weekend at the NWA 74 two-night pay-per-view event in St. Louis! The reigning NWA Television Champ is taking on Trevor Murdoch in an attempt to add the NWA World Heavyweight Championship to his title collection! Tyrus details his current run at NWA, how he’s prepping for Trevor Murdoch, and why these two titles mean so much to him. He also recounts his time with WWE & NXT including the origin of the Funkasaurus and the role that the late, great Dusty Rhodes played in getting that over, how he convinced Cameron and Naomi to join him as the Funkadactyls, The Undertaker and Bret Hart’s initial reactions to Funkasaurus, and why his son’s grandfather, the great Haku, loved the gimmick! Tyrus also shares stories from his time working with Snoop Dogg as his bodyguard, and coaching youth football with the rapper, and explains the role that Snoop played in Tyrus’ return to wrestling.NWA 74 tickets & information: <a href="https://www.nationalwrestl
24/08/202259 minutes 22 seconds
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Spencer Charnas Presents - Silver Scream Con

Silver Scream Con is next weekend (August 26-28th) in Boston, Massachusetts! And convention creator and founder, Spencer Charnas from Ice Nine Kills, explains what inspired him to create the two-day horror fest! Spencer talks about putting the convention together, the cool events and panels that are planned, and the incredible guests that will be there for signings & photo ops including actors Kane Hodder (“Friday The 13th VII”), Skeet Ulrich (“Scream” & “The Craft”), Doug Bradley (“Hellraiser”), Nick Castle (“Halloween”), Bill Mosely (“Devil’s Rejects”), and TIJ alum Tom Arnold, among many others! Spencer also shares some of his personal horror convention experiences, his recent horror film favorites, the special guest star in INK’s upcoming video for “Welcome To Horrorwood,” his hopes of writing his own horror movie one day, and why he still loves record stores! Plus, he reveals how INK landed multiple opening slots on Metallica’s summer tour and the first thing that drummer Lars
19/08/202253 minutes 48 seconds
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Fire Brian Gewirtz!

Former lead writer and SVP of Creative at WWE, Brian Gewirtz, shares stories from his new book, “There’s Just One Problem… True Tales From The Former One-Time 7th Most Powerful Person in WWE.” He explains how Jericho and Mick Foley inspired him to write the book, what it was like to do it during the pandemic lockdown, and where he got the title! Brian speaks in detail about his experience at Wrestler’s Court as a defendant alongside Edge and Christian, the incident that landed all 3 there in the first place, the ruling they received from The Undertaker (who was judge), and how Brian actually contemplated quitting the business at the time. Brian recalls his first days at WWE, what it was like working so closely with Vince McMahon and the creative team, and how he learned to pitch ideas. He talks about some of his favorite angles and promos including the Rock Concerts with Dwayne Johnson, the Chris Jericho & Shawn Michaels feud of 2008-09, and the Survivor Series 1999 promos with Kurt
17/08/202258 minutes 16 seconds
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TIJ 900 - Who's Next... GOLDBERG!

GOLDBERG is a WWE Hall of Famer! He’s one of the greats in the business! And now he’s TIJ special guest 900!! And yes, the infamous locker room fist fight is discussed! Goldberg also talks about his WCW debut, his WWE debut, the origin of the spear, working with Hulk Hogan and Brock Lesnar, and how he feels about the bad blood with Bret Hart. He comments on why he thinks he never faced Stone Cold Steve Austin in the ring, Halloween Havoc 1998 vs Diamond Dallas Page, what brought him back to wrestling and the WWE in 2016, his relationship with Vince McMahon then and now, and the cult horror classic, “Santa’s Slay!”Thanks to our sponsors!The FanDuel Sportsbook App & use promo code JERICHO to get your “No Sweat First Bet” up to $1000 STAY CONNECTEDInstagram:@chrisjerichofozzyTwitter: @IAmJericho @TalkIsJericho @WebIsJerichoTikTok: @TalkIsJericho <a hr
12/08/20221 hour 32 seconds
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This Is GWAR

This Is GWAR documentary director Scott Barber, filmmaker Tommy Avallone, and GWAR bandmembers bassist/singer Michael Bishop aka Blothar The Beserker and drummer Brad Roberts aka Jizmak Da Gusha talk about the making of the new doc streaming now on Shudder and AMC+. They share stories about GWAR’s early days including what inspired their elaborate stage costumes and props, and the infamous spew. They detail what it takes to design and make everything, how they travel with it all when touring, and why it originally prevented them from getting booked on festivals! They explain the impact that MTV and Mike Judge’s “Beavis & Butthead” animated series had on the band’s success and longevity. And they reveal how they’ve managed to stay together for 30 years despite the loss of bandmembers including their leader and singer Dave Brockie who passed away in 2014. They talk about the brotherhood of GWAR, why they consider themselves an art collective as opposed to a band, and how the demise of
10/08/20221 hour
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The Fall of Vince McMahon

Dave Meltzer from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter returns to discuss the circumstances around the shocking retirement of Vince McMahon from the WWE. He details how he found out about the allegations about Vince, how the story was leaked to the press, and what may have forced Vince to leave after he said he wasn’t going anywhere. Dave talks about Stephanie McMahon and Triple H leading the company, and how Stephanie and Nick Khan may handle their new co-CEO situation. He speculates on the creative and cultural changes at WWE, how much of a hand Vince will have in creative from the sidelines, what kind of impact this will have on AEW and the industry at large, and what the future may hold for WWE including a possible sale.
05/08/20221 hour 5 minutes 5 seconds
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Metal Missionary – A Tribute To Michael Bloodgood

On Friday, July 29th, the world lost Michael Bloodgood, one of the pioneers of Christian metal music, and founding member and bassist of his namesake band. Michael had suffered a stroke in February just one night after the band debuted their upcoming documentary, “Trenches of Rock,” with a special sneak screening and Q+A session hosted by Chris Jericho, followed by what turned out to be Michael Bloodgood’s last live concert performance. So to honor Michael’s life, and celebrate the documentary release on August 30th and the upcoming 3-day Immortal Festival in Versailles, Ohio on Labor Day weekend, we’re releasing that special Q+A session. Michael and the band were in great spirits telling stories about their early days, their ministry, and overcoming adversity. They shared details about their songwriting and creative process, and told tales from the road. Les Carlsen also spoke to Chris a couple of days after Michael’s passing to shed some light on Michael’s last few months on Earth
03/08/20221 hour 14 minutes 20 seconds
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Jericho's Wrestlemania Matches - Live In Belfast

The Jericho Chronicles hit Belfast earlier this month, and featured stories from Chris’ many Wrestlemania appearances. Hear great details about his first-ever Wrestlemania match - a three-way with Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit, including why that particular match has always confused him. He recounts all the circumstances leading up to Wrestlemania 17 and his match with William Regal, what it was like to follow The Rock vs Hulk Hogan at Wrestlemania 18, and what inspired his Money In The Bank idea at Wrestlemania 21. He tell stories about working with Mickey Rourke, popping Adam Sandler in the front row at ringside, the Festival of Frienship and Kevin Owens, his best Wrestlemania payday, and why he knew it was time to leave WWE after Wrestlemania 33.
29/07/20221 hour 17 minutes 35 seconds
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The Rise and Fall of The Third Reich

British wrestler Hannah Taylor is a filmmaker, and a World War II history buff (thanks to her father), and made a short film about Auschwitz. Hannah took a small camera crew to Auschwitz, and describes what she observed and learned about the largest of the German operated concentration camps, and the horrific ways the regime abused, tortured, and exterminated those forced to inhabit it. She also talks about the rise and fall of the Third Reich, their imagery and propaganda, and what happened to many of the high-ranking officers after Germany fell to the Allied nations. Plus, Hannah shares some of the remarkable survivor stories and tales of resilience she encountered while making her short film.
27/07/202256 minutes 29 seconds
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Punk Rock Anarchy with Lars Frederiksen

Guitarist/singer Lars Frederiksen of Rancid is a huge wrestling fan, and explains how that led to AEW’s Ruby Soho using Rancid’s song as her entrance theme and character name. And while Lars loves wrestling, he’s also all about punk music! Rancid’s been going strong for over 30 years so he knows the scene, the players, and the history! He makes a really good case for why Lemmy & Motorhead should be considered punk, and talks about the role that Sid Vicious and the Sex Pistols played in the scene. Lars shares stories about his own background growing up in working-class San Francisco, who inspired him to pick up a guitar, his love of KISS, and what happened the first time he met Gene Simmons & Paul Stanley. Lars also discusses what made the punk scene so relevant back in the day, the punk attitude, the difference between punk and Oi! music, punk’s contribution to fashion, pop culture, diversity and inclusion, and the importance of the scene’s lyrics and messaging. Plus, he lists his f
22/07/20221 hour 1 minute 11 seconds
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Clark Connors' Strong Style

New Japan Pro Wrestling rising star, Clark Connors, explains how he got the last-minute opportunity to wrestle at the AEWxNJPW Forbidden Door PPV after Ishii’s injury. He shares a detailed look at the inner workings of New Japan’s LA dojo and what it’s like to train under Shibata. He talks about being a “young boy” (aka rookie), his first trip to Japan, the G1 tour, wrestling at the Tokyo Dome, learning to speak Japanese, and eating horse! Clark also reveals how a young kid from Seattle, Washington was able to convince his mom to let him pursue pro wrestling, how he ended up at Lance Storm’s wrestling school, and what it was like being in the inaugural match for Prestige Wrestling.
20/07/202256 minutes 55 seconds
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Alan Parsons - From The Rooftop to the Dark Side Of The Moon

Producer/engineer Alan Parsons is the guy wearing the orange shirt, black tie and striped jacket in Peter Jackson’s “Get Back” documentary about The Beatles. Alan worked for Abbey Road Studios at the time, and explains what his role in the rooftop concert was, how he first met The Beatles, what he learned from Producer George Martin and longtime Beatles engineer Geoff Emerick, and how The Beatles were in the studio during the making of the “Abbey Road” album. Alan also engineered the Pink Floyd masterpiece, “Dark Side Of The Moon,” and shares the stories behind creating the incredible sound effects for “Time” and “Money,” and the echoey vocals on “Us And Them.” He comments on Mike Myers using the Alan Parsons Project in the Austin Powers movie, scoring his first hit record with the band Pilot, and what inspired him to start his own band, The Alan Parsons Project. Plus, Alan has details about his brand-new solo studio album, “From the New World,” which is available now wherever you b
15/07/202245 minutes 11 seconds
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Jesse Ventura For President

Jesse Ventura sued Vince McMahon and won! He shares details about that story along with the Tito/Chico Santana story and the time that Mad Dog Vachon opened the door to Verne Gagne’s plane mid-flight! Jesse also reveals his possible 2024 Presidential plans, and speaks to his relationship with Andrew Yang, and their hopes for changing the American political system! Is there a new party in the works? And Jesse discusses his new substack venture and podcast, “Die First Then Quit” ( which he’s undertaking with his son! 
13/07/20221 hour 2 minutes 15 seconds
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How I Survived A Pulmonary Embolism

Chris Jericho tells the whole story behind his health issue last December that resulted not only in Fozzy cancelling shows for the first time ever, but also the formation of the Jericho Appreciation Society in AEW! Chris details the symptoms that started during Fozzy’s UK Tour that led to his hospitalization and pulmonary embolism diagnosis in London. He speaks candidly about the harrowing days having trouble breathing, watching his oxygen levels drop, and seeing specialists to help turn his condition around. He discusses his extended hospital stay, being stuck in London unable to fly before the holidays, and the hard work he put in once he was able to return home to Tampa. He talks about his physical transformation, and how that directly contributed to his heel turn in AEW, teaming up with 2.0 and Danny Garcia, and launching the Jericho Appreciation Society.
08/07/202255 minutes 6 seconds
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The Impractical Jokers Appreciation Society

Sal Vulcano and Brian “Q” Quinn from the Impractical Jokers return to talk about Chris Jericho’s special guest spot on this Thursday’s (July 7, 2022) episode of Impractical Jokers on TruTV, and how one “joke” almost resulted in hypothermia for Q. Sal & Q relive some of their funniest, worst, and most embarrassing pranks on the show including deliberately bombing an opening set for the band, Imagine Dragons, pulling many “emergency stops” on the Universal Studios tram tour, and getting awful tattoos. They also discuss filming during COVID, the departure of childhood friend and longtime partner, Joe Gatto, and how they’re able to continue pulling stunts and pranks on an unsuspecting public despite being 10 years in and more easily recognizable!
06/07/20221 hour 4 minutes 15 seconds
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The Pride & Glory of Anthony Bowens

Anthony Bowens is one half of AEW’s The Acclaimed tag team, and is ready to ditch the wheelchair and get back in the ring after recovering from a knee injury! Anthony talks about rehabbing his knee, utilizing his injury to help develop his character, and what he enjoys most about working with the Gunn Club. He speaks to his chemistry and friendship with Max Caster, the origins of The Acclaimed, creating their popular music videos, the controversial scissor greeting, and The Acclaimed’s quest for gold! Anthony also shares his journey to AEW, his WWE tryout stories, what he learned from William Regal, and how his YouTube channel impacted his wrestling career. Plus, Anthony speaks candidly about coming out, the support, encouragement, and acceptance he received from his family, friends, and wrestling peers, and most importantly, his boyfriend, Michael.
01/07/20221 hour 3 minutes 21 seconds
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The Ghost of Ted Bundy

Did demonic possession drive one of America’s most prolific serial killers to murder his female victims? Patrick Kaufenberg & Mike Carbno from the PARAnomalyZONE podcast discuss that very theory about Ted Bundy, and the many ghost sightings and paranormal experiences that surround Bundy and his victims. They share eye witness accounts from survivors and law enforcement who describe Bundy’s strange black eyes, and the spontaneous foul odor that seemed to erupt from him when talking about his crimes. They recount the bizarre happenings at Ted Bundy’s childhood home as well as The Ritual House in Utah where Bundy allegedly tortured and killed Debra Kent. They also talk about the paranormal events at the Chi Omega Sorority House the night Bundy attacked, and the ghost sightings at Bundy’s execution. They chronicle details from Ted Bundy’s family tree and background that indicate possible paranormal experiences, and theorize on whether serial killing still exists in the world toda
29/06/202251 minutes 34 seconds
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Classic Album Clash – The WWF Album vs WWF Piledriver

It’s the return of the Classic Album Clash, and this time it’s all about the WWF – “The Wrestling Album” vs “Piledriver.” And the panel includes Jericho’s oldest wrestling friend in the biz and friend of the pod, Lance Storm, the Wrestling Observer’s Bryan Alvarez, and Big Vinny V! They talk album covers, production, music videos, lyrics, and performances as they do the track-by-track breakdown and head-to-head battle. They have great stories, memories, and fun facts about Vince McMahon, Hulk Hogan, Roddy Piper, Honky Tonk Man, Hillbilly Jim, Jimmy Hart, Slick, Koko B. Ware, and Mean Gene Okerlund. They explain how Cyndi Lauper, Rick Derringer, and even Meatloaf got involved in the albums and music, and of course, they pick a favorite album when all is said and done.
24/06/20221 hour 39 minutes 54 seconds
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Backstage with Metallica & The Rolling Stones

Heather “Foster” Kjollesdal has been touring with Metallica and the Rolling Stones for over 20 years! She’s the Dressing Room Coordinator by title (but so much more in reality) for both bands and that means she’s responsible for the backstage area and sets up everything from their personal dressing rooms to the band community rooms and catering to their show wardrobe and quick changes. Foster explains how she originally got the gigs, and what it was like meeting Metallica and the Stones for the first time. She breaks down the 9 Metallica rooms backstage, the 15 individual rooms on the Stones’ tour, the various details that go into each, and how she keeps track of furniture, knick-knacks, and special equipment and requests on each stop of the tour. She also talks about walking Metallica and the Stones to the stage each night and the preparations she makes for that walk, and then what happens post-show. She has amazing stories about the late, great Stones drummer Charlie Watts, Lars U
22/06/202254 minutes 41 seconds
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The 2022 UFO Congressional Hearings - Why Now?

"The Paranormal 60" host, and longtime friend of the show, Dave Schrader, returns to talk about UFOs and the recent Congressional hearings. Dave has some thoughts and theories as to why the government is finally acknowledging UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon) as they refer to them, and the timing of all these disclosures. He’s talking about the significance of the hearings, breaking down who was there, and the importance of the government’s agenda. He’s also explaining some of the documented sightings and footage captured by military and commercial pilots, and even major airports like Chicago O’Hare. He runs through the Battle of Long Beach, and the Gimble Footage, and analyzes UFO sightings that date back to the Renaissance and are depicted in paintings by master artists of the time. Plus, Dave details his own personal experiences with UFOs, including some of the incredible sightings he’s witnessed at Trout Lake, Washington. 
17/06/202256 minutes 53 seconds
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Daniel Garcia – From Pro Wrestler to Sports Entertainer

Daniel Garcia has worked hard for his success in wrestling, and chronicles that story in great detail from the moment he decided to start training to the day he signed with AEW. Daniel talks about the Buffalo wrestling scene, meeting AEW’s The Blade (aka Pepper Parks), his WWE tryout, tearing it up on the indies with Wheeler Yuta, Lee Moriarty, and Kevin Blackwood, and what finally prompted him to sign with AEW. He shares his thoughts on Tony Khan, wrestling Bryan Danielson and Jon Moxley, and being AEW champion. And he explains why the PWG title means so much to him, his hopes for a NJPW belt, and how he feels about already have one 5-star match under his belt. Plus, Daniel tells the story about the horrific car accident that nearly put an early end to his wrestling career.
15/06/20221 hour 35 seconds
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Toni Storms Into AEW

Nobody was more shocked by Toni Storm’s WWE departure than she was! Toni explains the surprise decision to leave and her reasons behind it. She talks about her last days at the company, and how she viewed her future in wrestling at the time of her leaving. She also explains what it was like being stuck in London during the height of the pandemic, how it was to wrestle to an empty arena, what she learned from Shawn Michaels, Scotty 2 Hotty, and Road Dogg, and what Vince McMahon said to her just before she quit. Plus, Toni talks about her love of Japan and why she hopes to wrestle there again soon, her AEW debut, her joy in being able to creatively express herself, and who she’s looking forward to working with at AEW.
10/06/202259 minutes 3 seconds
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Jurassic World & The Newest Dinosaurs in the Dominion

Paleontologist Steve Brusatte consulted on the new “Jurassic World: Dominion” movie, and helped director Colin Trevorrow introduce new species of dinosaurs into this final installment of the franchise. Steve shares some of the new dinosaurs you’ll see in the film, the knowledge he contributed about colors, sizes and behaviors to the design team, and how he helped Chris Pratt with pronunciation during filming! Steve also discusses his favorite dinosaurs, why so many species have been discovered in the last 10 years, the new things scientists have learned about dinosaurs’ life spans, evolution, and extinction, and how each newly discovered dinosaur is named. Plus, Steve previews some cool details about wooly mammoths, sloths, and saber tooth tigers from his new book, “The Rise And Reign Of The Mammals,” available now wherever you buy books!
08/06/20221 hour 3 minutes 3 seconds
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John Lennon, the Mobster & The Lawyer

Attorney Jay Bergen represented Beatle John Lennon in court in a 1975 case with ties to the mafia! Jay chronicles the story and the case in his new book, “Lennon, the Mobster, and the Lawyer” (which is available now wherever you buy books). In 1975, Morris Levy, the mafia-connected owner of Roulette records, released “Roots,” an unauthorized version of a rock & roll oldies album that John Lennon was had been producing with Phil Spector. Morris Levy claimed John Lennon had verbally agreed to let Morris release and market the album on TV worldwide. When Morris released “Roots,” John Lennon’s official label, Capitol/EMI quickly released the official “John Lennon Rock & Roll” album, and that resulted in Morris Levy filing two lawsuits against John Lennon and Capitol/EMI. Jay walks us through the case, the outcome, and how he ended up representing John in this little publicized trial. He recalls meeting John & Yoko, spending time with them during the trial, and what John Lennon was like
03/06/202250 minutes 19 seconds
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The Hardy Boys Return – Extreme & Elite

The Hardy Boys are back together and at AEW! Matt and Jeff have reunited in what they’re calling The Hardy Boys Final Run!  Matt and Jeff recount what it took to get Jeff to AEW the day after his WWE contract ended, how they both felt about WWE’s Hall of Fame offer to a solo Jeff Hardy, and the moment Jeff knew his time there was done. Jeff speaks to the drug allegations, how he was being utilized in his final days with WWE, and what it’s been like to have creative freedom at AEW.The Hardys talk about bringing back their original ring gear and entrance music, their connection with The Young Bucks, working with Darby Allin and Sting, and their AEW debut match. Plus, they’ve got stories about the evolution of Jeff’s face paint, their favorite matches, the legacy of the TLC match, their worst injuries in the ring, and some super funny stories about the late, great Owen Hart.
01/06/20221 hour 9 minutes 22 seconds
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The Jericho Appreciation Society Origin Story

The Jericho Appreciation Society are Sports Entertainers. Period. And if you wanna know what makes a Sports Entertainer, then listen up! Jericho, Jake Hager, Daniel Garcia, “Daddy Magic” Matt Minard and “Cool Hand Ang” Angelo Parker school you in names, image, wardrobe, and the art of ridiculousness! Jericho explains what inspired this faction idea, why he was set on bringing Daniel Garcia and 2.0 into the fold, how he pitched the whole thing to Tony Khan, and the bartering he did with Bryan Danielson to ensure Garcia’s availability. And in between the story of how it all began, you might also hear a couple of Triple H impressions, the tale of an Abu Dhabi hitman, some details about a $5million dollar baseball lawsuit, and the reading of one text message from a former Jericho BFF.
27/05/20221 hour 8 minutes 37 seconds
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Terror of Sallie House – America’s Most Haunted

Rob, Dave & Jesse from the Hometown Ghost Stories podcast share the terrifying tale of the Sallie House in Atchison, Kansas! They reveal the house’s history that may have unleashed the extreme paranormal events that plagued Tony & Debra Pickman 100 years later! They discuss the many and often violent experiences the Pickman’s endured during their 18 months in the house including spontaneous fires erupting, the unexplained and bloody attacks on Tony, recurring scratch patterns, stuffed animals and other objects moving of their own accord, and Tony’s frequent run-ins with the ghost of a little girl. They theorize on why Tony took the brunt of the paranormal attacks, while his wife and baby were left relatively unscathed. They explain what happened when Deb & Tony solicited the help of a psychic medium, and the surprise they encountered when they finally moved out of the house. Plus, Rob grew up in Bridgewater, Massachusetts, and recounts his own paranormal experiences living in a haun
25/05/202258 minutes 52 seconds
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Sweeping The Leg with Martin Kove

Martin Kove is Sensei John Kreese on “Cobra Kai” and the “Karate Kid” trilogy, and has a great story about how he landed the role in the first place! He talks about the casts’ initial reaction to the “Karate Kid” script and movie, his then-wife’s review of the Kreese character, bringing Sensei Kreese back to the “Cobra Kai” series, and working with his son, Jesse on the show too. Martin also talks about his friendship and working relationship with Sylvester Stallone, his love of Westerns, and doing “Dancing With The Stars.” Plus, Martin and his son Jesse talk about the projects they’re filming together, and their new podcast, “Kicking It With The Koves,” which focuses on Cobra Kai & Karate Kid trilogy!
20/05/202255 minutes 31 seconds
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The Anatomy Of A Pro Wrestling Referee

So what exactly does it take to be a great pro wrestling referee? Former WWE ref Marty Elias has a few thoughts about that. Marty breaks down the skills and knowledge needed to be a top ref in the biz, how he learned and who he learned from, the importance of in-ring chemistry, and what he instills in the students he trains at Rocky Mountain ProWrestling in Colorado. Marty talks about the worst bumps he’s taken in the ring both accidentally and by design, some of his favorite matches (Jericho vs Steamboat in Japan, Undertaker vs Shawn Michaels at Wrestlemania 25), how being a jack-of-all-trades at WWE helped his career, and what it was like being the Great Khali’s talent handler for a year. Marty also details his big return to the ring as referee for Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide in Mexico.
18/05/20221 hour 8 minutes 16 seconds
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Max Creeps - The Most Influential Punk Band of All Time

The long-awaited, highly-anticipated, and critically-acclaimed Max Creeps album “Nein” has finally arrived! And we’re celebrating its release with an exclusive interview with the most influential punk rock band in history! Max Blastic and PC Bullshit of Max Creeps share their unbelievable story from their first meeting at David Bowie’s 1973 concert at the Hammersmith Odeon to their time on a working cattle boat to their unfortunate falling out and ultimate break-up. They discuss the circumstances that led to their reunion, their songwriting process, how they feel about bands like The Clash, the Sex Pistols, and the Germs stealing their song ideas back in the day, why they don’t consider “Nein” their debut album, and how it feels to have influenced everyone from Slash to Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong to Henry Rollins and Fozzy.Purchase Max Creeps "Nein" album - Creeps on Night Flight - Tune in a
13/05/202248 minutes 40 seconds
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Busted Open's Favorite Matches of All Time

It’s favorite match time with Busted Open’s Dave LaGreca and Gabby LaSpisa! They run down their respective lists and explain why they chose the matches they did. That means plenty of stories about Ric Flair, Ricky Steamboat, The Undertaker, Bret and Owen Hart, Thunder Rosa, Dr. Britt Baker DMD, Hulk Hogan, the Stadium Stampede, Kevin Owens and the Festival of Friendship, Wrestlemania 3, Wrestlemania 25, and Eddie Guerrero and Art Barr in Mexico. And Jericho weighs in with details on what really happened behind the scenes before his big match with CM Punk at Wrestlemania 28.
11/05/20221 hour 5 minutes 19 seconds
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Fozzy's Boombox EXPLODES

The new Fozzy album, “Boombox” is here, and the band’s celebrating its release with a killer behind-the-scenes look at the making of the album! Guitarists Rich Ward and Billy Grey, bassist P.J. Farley, and drummer Grant Brooks talk favorite songs and performances, album artwork, and touring. Grant and PJ also recount how they came to join the band during the middle of a pandemic! And Rich Ward and Chris detail the creative process with producer Johnny Andrews, why Chris recorded his vocals at his house in Tampa, and why the pandemic lockdown was the best thing to happen to “Boombox!”
06/05/20221 hour 22 minutes 30 seconds
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Spittin Knowledge with Swerve Strickland

Swerve Strickland’s signed with AEW about a month ago, and explains how and why that happens. He talks about his time at WWE, the formation of Hit Row with Ashanti “Thee” Adonis, Top Dolla & B-Fab, what led to the faction’s demise, and Swerve’s ultimate release from WWE. He speaks to the fall out from social media rap during Hit Row’s feud with Jinder Mahal, the rap cypher he did on live TV, his relationship with Triple H, what he learned from Shawn Michaels, and the feedback he received from Willian Regal. He has stories from his run with Lucha Underground including the inspiration behind the Lt. Jermaine Strickland character, the evolution of his masked Killshot gimmick, and what he thinks led to Lucha Underground’s cancellation. Plus, Swerve just attended the GRAMMY Awards, befriended one of Kanye West’s producers and songwriters, and shares how he plans to elevate his own rap game! 
04/05/20221 hour 3 minutes 41 seconds
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The Greatest NHL Fights & Fighters Of All Time

Sandy Vigilante is a life-long, diehard NHL fan! Actually, he’s a life-long diehard fan of hockey FIGHTS! So much so that he’s actually kept written notebooks detailing every single NHL fight that has occurred since the late 60s to present day along with thousands of hours of hockey fight footage captured on VHS tape. He has amassed quite a collection of fights and fighters, and the knowledge to back it up. He can rattle off the great enforcers, the knockouts, how many fights various players had over the course of their career (including the great Teddy Irvine). He even worked for teams like the Los Angeles Kings, the Philadelphia Flyers, and the New York Rangers – taping game footage so they could scout opponents and players. He’s seen some incredible games and crazy fights in-person, and has almost got into a couple of fights himself with hockey refs who had the nerve to stop the fights on the ice! Sandy’s got favorite fights, favorite fighters, best fighting teams, best bench-cle
29/04/20221 hour 7 minutes 40 seconds
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Jake The Snake Roberts, Triplemania & AAA

Jake “The Snake” Roberts returns to give a detailed look at his time wrestling AAA in Mexico! He talks about the crazy fans and the stuff they used to throw at the wrestlers in the ring including full cans of beer, piss-filled bottles, and the food they were eating! He remembers working with Konnan and The Sensational Sherri Martel, the riots that started at the TV station after his promos would air, and the lengths they’d have to go to in order to safely exit the arenas after shows. You’ll hear the story of his infamous hair vs hair match, the one 6-man match he had with Eddie Guerrero, and how Jake used get his paydays out of Mexico and back to the states! He tells even more tales about living and traveling with the snakes, what it was like to film those snake vignettes with Ultimate Warrior, and how Jake ended up being the setup man for Hulk Hogan. Plus, Jake makes the case as to why he’s the real inventor of the DDT!
27/04/202256 minutes 10 seconds
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Inside The WCW Creative Team with Bob Mould

Bob Mould is a critically-acclaimed musician and founding frontman of indie rock band, Husker Du, and also served on the WCW creative team in the late 90s! Bob is a life-long wrestling fan who befriended legendary promoter Jim Barnett, and ultimately got offered a job at WCW. Bob shares some great stories about pitching ideas to Hulk Hogan, working with Kevin Nash, Dusty Rhodes, Kevin Sullivan, Vampiro, and what happened when Vince Russo and Ed Ferrara came to WCW. He talks about the guys he thought should have made it, the ones he tried hard to help, and what he thinks led to the demise of WCW. Plus, Bob talks music and touring, including his most recent album, “Blue Hearts,” and his new EP, “The Ocean,” which are both available now at, and how he came “this close” to producing Nirvana’s “Nevermind” album.
22/04/20221 hour 2 minutes 33 seconds
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Classic Album Clash: Nitro – The Best/Worst Band Ever

Nitro was a short-lived, over-the-top metal band from Hollywood, California fronted by singer Jim Gillette and guitarist Michael Angelo Batio. They formed in 1988 and broke up in 1993, but in that five years they managed to release two albums – 1989’s “O.F.R.” and 1992’s “Nitro II: Hot, Wet, Drippin’ With Sweat.” And those are the albums being put to the test in the Classic Album Clash!  Andy, Nick, and the mysterious Chris L. from the “Pod of Thunder” podcast return to share Nitro stories, trivia, production notes, and a do a detailed deep-dive track-by-track breakdown as they pit the two albums against each other to determine a best and favorite!
20/04/20221 hour 33 minutes 4 seconds
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Regal Part 2 – The Origin of a Wrestling Villain

William Regal makes his highly-anticipated return, and this time he’s telling stories about the British wrestling scene, and the guys who influenced him and schooled him when he was first getting started at the age of 15. He’s got some great stories about Shirley Crabtree aka Big Daddy, Giant Haystacks (whom William wrestled a lot in his early years and even traveled with), Les Thornton, and Sid Cooper. He remembers the first time Tiger Mask came to Britain and what he learned and took back with him to Japan. Regal talks about his first holiday camps, his first trip overseas, and he even gives a lesson in British slang! He breaks down the British spots that continue to influence guys to this day like the Dick Beyer, the Tony Charles and the International spot, and he shares some stories from his WWE days about Bryan Danielson and Jon Moxley.
15/04/20221 hour 24 minutes 9 seconds
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Fozzy Presents: GFM - The Sisters of BeautyCore

GFM is a vibe, and that’s why they’re one of the bands opening for Fozzy on the current “Save The World Tour.” GFM, which stands for Gold Frankincense & Myrrh, are the English sisters, and they’ve been playing since grade school! 21-year-old singer/bassist Maggie, 20-year-old guitarist CJ, and 18-year-old drummer Lulu! Their parents introduced them to music and instruments almost as soon as they could walk and talk, and encouraged them to play and start a band. The girls talk about their love of metal and hard rock, the role that faith has played in their music and career, how their parents taught them about songwriting, performing and the logistics of touring, and what inspired the cheerleading uniforms they wear onstage. Their energy is off the charts, their enthusiasm is crazy infectious, their story is unbelievable, and their music kicks ass!
13/04/20221 hour 4 minutes 51 seconds
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Abdullah The Butcher Needs Your Help

After entertaining fans at the highest possible level in wrestling, and putting on some incredible and memorable matches around the globe, 81-year-old wrestling legend Abdullah The Butcher finds himself with some serious legal issues, and no resources to speak of. Please donate to his GoFundMe: Abdullah along with his student Diafullah Dobashi, referee Danny Lincoln, and caretaker Malikah, explain Abdullah’s legal troubles, and how the fact that Abdullah cannot read or write landed him in this tough situation.Abdullah also shares tons of stories from his days at Stampede Wrestling in Calgary with Stu Hart, his years working for Baba at All Japan Pro Wrestling, his trip to New Zealand that helped revitalize the business down under, and his run at WCW and the infamous electric chair match! He talks about working with Stan Hansen, Hulk Hog
08/04/202254 minutes 22 seconds
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Dee Snider's Stand for the Ukraine

Dee Snider is spearheading a very important campaign in He is working to communicate the truth of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine directly to the Russian people via the Trusted Messenger program! He’s enlisted the help of actors, celebrities and fellow musicians like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Richard Marx, and Chris Jericho to spread the word via their own personal recorded messages distributed on social media in hopes that some will seep through the informational blockade that Russia has constructed between its country and the outside world. Dee’s also released a new video for “Stand” with powerful images from Ukraine, and explains how and why the song and video are a perfect rallying cry for what’s happening today. Dee and Chris share their own family ties to Ukraine and explain why this is such an important cause and undertaking. Plus, Dee reveals WorldUnited.Live’s plans for a peaceful mass protest, and eventual benefi
06/04/20221 hour 24 seconds
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Chad Smith, 2 Bottles of Water & a Pack of Cigarettes

It’s “Unlimited Love” day! The long-awaited, highly-anticipated, brand-new Red Hot Chili Peppers album has finally arrived, and drummer Chad Smith returns to share some stories from the studio! He talks about reuniting with former guitarist John Frusciante and what’s that done for the Peppers, bringing longtime producer Rick Rubin back into the fold, writing and recording during a pandemic, and the band’s upcoming (and first-ever) stadium tour! Chad also has some crazy tales about recording an album with Ozzy Osbourne, his original Chili Peppers audition, and the time he discovered he could ride his 10-speed bike to the Creem magazine headquarters! And then there’s that second Ozzy album that’s already finished and awaiting release, but you didn’t hear that from us! 
01/04/20221 hour 6 minutes 18 seconds
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Woody Farmer's Bay Area Wrestling

“Woody Farmer’s Bay Area Wresting” is a new documentary available on YouTube, and it tells the true story about a little wrestling school turned promotion based in Newark, California, which is just East of San Francisco, run by Woody Farmer. Woody secured a TV deal for Bay Area Wrestling almost before he had a true promotion up and running, and taped the shows in a tiny studio at the TV station. He soon landed a network deal with The Sports Channel, and had talent like Mae Young, Mike Lockwood (aka Crash Holly), Radical Robbie Lee, and a young Chris Jericho wrestling matches in his tiny studio! Documentary filmmakers Paul Ponte and Jesus Cruz, along with the voice of Bay Area Wrestling, Pat Kelly, and wrestler Shane Kody (who is also Woody Farmer’s son), discuss Bay Area Wrestling from its formation to landing their TV deal to Chris Jericho’s three-match run, and what came after! They recount some of their favorite performers and matches, remember the unique personalities, and share
30/03/20221 hour 1 minute 14 seconds
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How To Escape A Religious Cult - by Lola Blanc

Actress, singer & “Trust Me: Cults, Extreme Belief, and the Abuse Of Power” podcast host, Lola Blanc, was only 12-years old when she and her mom unknowingly joined a religious cult run by a man who claimed to be the new LDS (Church Of Latter-day Saints) Prophet. He split them up, and sex trafficked her mom all in the name of God. Lola recounts the story of how her mom met this self-proclaimed Prophet and fell under his spell, why he separated Lola from her mom, and how they eventually were able to escape. She talks about the harrowing experiences they both faced, especially her mom, how they were able to pick up the pieces and heal despite the ordeal, and why their former cult leader is still leading his cult to this day.Listen to Lola’s mom’s harrowing story:</
25/03/202249 minutes 18 seconds
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Trademark Everything! Pro Wrestling Patent Lawyer Mike Dockins

Mike Dockins aka the “Gimmick Attorney” is the lawyer who helps many of your favorite wrestlers (including Chris Jericho) trademark their names, catchphrases, and even make-up and facepaint. Mike explains how he got started as a trademark and patent attorney, when and where wrestling became his specialty, who he counts among his many clients, and what it’s like going toe-to-toe with WWE. He has stories about Cody Rhodes, Gallows & Anderson, Danhausen, Matt Hardy, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and Clint Bobski.
23/03/20221 hour 8 minutes 16 seconds
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The Haunting of the Amityville Horror House

John and Jamie from the True Crimecast podcast return to talk about the murder case that is believed to have started the infamous Amityville Horror movie franchise! They share the details and circumstances surrounding the DeFeo Family murders that may have been the root cause of the scary hauntings and paranormal events that drove the Lutz family out of the Amityville house after just 28 days! In 1974, Ronald DeFeo was convicted of killing his parents and four siblings in the Amityville house while they slept. The Lutz family purchased the DeFeo home in Amityville, Long Island, New York, in 1975 and immediately started experiencing strange, paranormal events as soon as they moved in. After 28 torturous days, the Lutz’ fled the house with the clothes on their backs and never returned. The Lutz family’s story became the smash film, “Amityville Horror,” and the DeFeo murders were used as the basis for the movie’s sequel. 
18/03/202257 minutes 46 seconds
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The Tribulations of William Regal

In the first of an impromptu two-parter, William Regal chronicles the health issues that he’s suffered over the last couple of years that nearly cost him his life! You’ll hear how through the workings of science and modern medicine, some excellent doctors, and a bit of fate (or maybe divine intervention), Regal defied the odds, beat death, and lived to tell the tale of not only his extremely rare heart surgery, but also the neck injury he’s been suffering from for 30 years that he didn’t really know he had! And in between his surgeries, hospital stays, and doctor visits, he managed to scout talent for WWE, hold tryouts, and produce some incredible events for NXT. He talks about his program with Bryan Danielson, working in the ring with Cesaro, and his last unofficial match with Sami Zayn.
16/03/20221 hour 19 minutes 13 seconds
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Far Beyond Driven - The Story of Jose Mangin & The Pantera Limo

Pantera brothers Vinnie Paul and Darrell “Dimebag” Abbott loved riding in limos so they got one of their own! Vinnie used it extensively after Dime’s death, and when Vinnie Paul passed in 2018, the limo was given to longtime, diehard Pantera fan and SiriusXM Octane host, Jose Mangin! Jose explains how he found about the generous gift, what it took to get the limo from Texas to Southern California with almost no notice, and how he went about getting the limo fully restored! Jose spared no expense when it came to the restoration and added some amazing tributes to the Abbott brothers in the limo’s interior along with a very cool salute to the fans who contributed to the GoFundMe to help raise money for the process. Jose walks us through the year-plus long journey to get the limo restored and running again, and shares the feedback he got from Dime’s widow, Rita, and the rest of the Pantera family. Jose & Chris detail the adventures they each had in the limo with Vinnie Paul, and Jose re
11/03/20221 hour 2 minutes 16 seconds
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DDP, The Guardians of Justice & The Heel of Hollywood

Diamond Dallas Page plays Nighthawk in the new Netflix series, “Guardians of Justice,” about a team of troubled superheroes fighting against evil in the world and in themselves! Series creator Adi Shankar and DDP explain what it took to get the series made, why it spent 7 years in development, what inspired all of the various animation styles in the episodes, and which storylines and characters come directly from Adi’s own life as an immigrant kid finding his way in America. They talk casting, last-minute shooting, going from YouTube to Netflix, and the lessons Adi learned from Kanye West! 
09/03/20221 hour 2 minutes 29 seconds
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Keith Lee - Bask In His AEW Glory

AEW Revolution is this Sunday, March 6th and one of AEW’s newest signings, Keith Lee, is an entrant in the Face of The Revolution Ladder Match! It’ll be the first-ever ladder match in his 18-year wrestling career, and he shares exactly how he feels about that! Keith also gets real about his serious battle with COVID and the post-infection complication that nearly forced him to give up wrestling forever. He discusses the circumstances surrounding his release from WWE, the three failed tryouts it took to get there in the first place, his matches with Randy Orton, Roman Reigns, and Brock Lesnar, and the catch phrase inspired directly by the late, great Dusty Rhodes! Keith remembers his time at Ring of Honor and the match with Dominik Dijakovic that changed his wrestling career in an instant, their final indie bout at PWG, and why they didn’t have a bigger feud at NXT. He tells the story of “Bask In My Glory” and the Bearcat gimmick, and reveals what Vince McMahon said to him in the mid
04/03/20221 hour 2 minutes 45 seconds
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James Bondcast - Episode 007

Last Fall marked the end of an era for the James Bond movie franchise! Daniel Craig played the 007 British secret agent for the last time on film in “No Time To Die!” And despite what happened during that movie, the end credits assured fans, “James Bond will return!” But who will be the latest to take on one of the most iconic roles in Hollywood history?  That’s just one topic discussed by the James Bond super fan panel including Brad Gilmore (host of the “Back From The Future” podcast and author of the new book, “Bond, James Bond: Exploring the Shaken And Stirred History of Ian Fleming’s 007”), Michael Boyd (scholarly writer of all things Ian Fleming and James Bond), and TIJ alum Don Callis! The foursome breakdown the 60-year history of the James Bond movie franchise. They analyze who played Bond best (Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, and Daniel Craig). They talk about the Bond girls, the Bond villains, the Bond theme songs, the many gadget
02/03/20221 hour 10 minutes 59 seconds
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Britt, Madusa & Jazz - Evolution of Women's Wrestling LIVE

Madusa, Jazz, and Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D., three generations of incredible, pioneering female wrestlers, were on the Chris Jericho Rock & Wrestling Rager at Sea Triple Whammy last October, and of course that meant there had to be a live podcast about the evolution of women’s wrestling! Madusa came up in the AWA in the 80s, spent three years wrestling in Japan before going to WWE, and then jumping ship to WCW in one of the most historic moments in all of wrestling (think WWE title belt and a trash can). Jazz wrestled during the Attitude Era of WWE, was on the roster when the Divas arrives, and has plenty of stories about trying to be taken seriously as a worker during the time of bikini models and “tits and ass.” And current AEW Women’s World Champion, Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. has a completely different experience, and once she credits to the pioneers like Medusa and Jazz who blazed the path before her, and allowed her to main event on AEW DYNAMITE in an Unsanctioned Lights Out match ag
25/02/20221 hour 8 minutes 38 seconds
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Killer Show - Analyzing the Great White Station Fire Tragedy

“America’s Deadliest Rock Concert: The Guest List” is a new documentary on the Reelz network. It’s the story of the infamous Great White concert fire at the Station nightclub in West Warwick, Rhode Island on the night of February 20th, 2003. Great White’s onstage pyrotechnics ignited a fast-moving blaze that killed 100 people and injured over 200 more. This new documentary is told through the eyes of the survivors and the victims’ families, and recounts the events from the night of the tragic fire to the criminal case and trial, and the civil lawsuit that followed. Great White frontman Jack Russell is featured in the documentary, and you’ll hear why his participation was a MUST for filmmaker, David Bellino. David’s producing partner, and the attorney who litigated the civil suit on behalf of the victims’ family members and the survivors, John Barylick, wrote the book on which the documentary is partially based – “Killer Show: The Station Nightclub Fire, America’s Deadliest Rock Conc
23/02/20221 hour 11 minutes
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Steve O Forever

“Jackass Forever” topped the box office on its opening weekend. Fans love it. Critics love it. And the guys loved filming all of the ridiculous stunts and pranks for it! Steve O relives some of his gnarliest moments from the film including the multiple bee stings on his junk. He also talks about the guys’ chemistry, the new cast members, director Jeff Tremaine, Bam Margera, and Spike Jonze. Steve O shares the history of Jackass, some of his worst injuries and grossest stunts, and what it was like to film “Jackass Forever” stone cold sober. And he shares some details about his current comedy tour, “The Bucket List Tour,” his upcoming new book, “A Hard Kick In The Nuts: What I’ve Learned From A Lifetime of Bad Decisions,” and how he comes up with the crazy ass (and in some cases illegal) stunts for his YouTube channel.
18/02/202254 minutes 37 seconds
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The House of Brody King

Brody King is the newest addition to AEW’s House of Black, and explains where the idea for him to join Malakai Black actually came from.Brody talks about his relatively late start in wrestling, what and who inspired his name and gimmick, and how he’s managed to achieve so much success in just 7 years. He speaks to his training in California, his first PWG show, how he got signed to Ring of Honor, and what it was like starting there on Cody, The Young Bucks, Hangman Adam Page, and SCU’s last day! Brody has stories about wrestling in Japan, the historic New Japan ROH show at Madison Square Garden, and what really happened with that Enzo & Cass run-in. You’ll hear about Villain Enterprises, Violence Unlimited, and what he learned from everyone from Rocky Romero to Homicide. Brody also talks about his pre-wrestling career as a rigger in Hollywood working on TV and movie sets including Spider-man, Pirates of The Carribean, RuPaul’s Drag Race, and Parks & Recreation. Plus, his band, God’s
16/02/20221 hour 20 seconds
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Tyson vs Douglas - The Biggest Upset In Boxing History

February 11, 1990. Tokyo, Japan. Iron Mike Tyson versus Buster Douglas. A knockout in the 8th round. One fighter goes down… but not the one expected! Shock, chaos and controversy ensue! Some call it the biggest upset in sports history! But how did it happen? What was Buster Douglas even doing in the ring with Mike Tyson in the first place? Johnny Sig, host of the podcast “A Sitdown with Johnny Sig,” tells the story of the fight that forever changed Mike Tyson’s career and boxing legacy. Johnny explains the circumstances surrounding the fight, the adversity that Mike Tyson was facing at that time in his life (divorce from wife Robin Givens, loss of his longtime father figure Cus D’Amato, introduction of Don King, and a new and incompetent corner team), and Buster Douglas’ personal motivation (loss of his mother). He breaks down the fight itself, Tyson’s boxing style, Buster Douglas’ under-rated performance, the 8th round controversy, and the impact it had on both the fans and the spo
11/02/202256 minutes 52 seconds
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Aliens, Illuminati, Occult & The Hollywood Connection

“Conspiracy Theories and Unpopular Culture” podcast host and founder of, Isaac Weishaupt returns to explain how aliens, UFOs, the Occult, and Hollywood are all part of a secret agenda to bring about a New World Order. Isaac reveals how members of the Occult (like Aleister Crowley and Jack Parsons) have been communicating with aliens for years, how likely it is that humans already have alien DNA in their makeup, and how Hollywood has been using movies (like E.T. and the John Carpenter Apocalypse Trilogy) to prepare the masses to accept this new religion of the New World Order. He describes Project Mockingbird and Project Blue Beam and how the CIA and the Pentagon factor into both. He discusses the conspiracy theories surrounding 5G and technology, and where Lucifer and Satan fit into this picture. And if you want to dive deeper into Isaac’s theories, check out his books, “Aliens, UFOs, & The Occutl: Use Your Illusion I” and “Use Your Illusion II.”
09/02/202257 minutes 21 seconds
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Jade Cargill Presents That Bitch Podcast

Jade Cargill is the current and first AEW TBS Champion, a feat she accomplished with just 23 matches under her belt! Jade chronicles her journey to pro wrestling, her rapid ascent at AEW, and how she feels about “learning on the fly on the job!” She talks about her WWE tryout (before she had any wrestling training at all), the limited training she did do between that tryout and signing with AEW, and why every match is a still a learning experience. She details her first-ever match which happened to be with Cody Rhodes, Shaquille O’Neal, and Red Velvet on live TV! She speaks to the help she’s received from Chris Jericho, what she’s currently learning from Billy Gunn, and why she calls Chyna and Macho Man Randy Savage her biggest influences. Plus, Jade breaks down her TBS Championship tournament run including her matches against Serena Deeb and Ruby Soho.
04/02/202259 minutes 39 seconds
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Chef Kristen Kish Teaches Jericho How To Be Le Chompion

Top Chef Season 10 winner Chef Kristen Kish stars on “Fast Foodies” on TruTV. “Fast Foodies” is a different kind of cooking competition show where three chefs (Kristen Kish, Jeremy Ford and Justin Sutherland) have to perfectly recreate and then completely reimagine a celebrity’s favorite fast food dish! That’s how Chris Jericho met Kristen! He challenged the chef to recreate & then reimagine the Cracker Barrell pancake breakfast (and if you want to see who was crowned “Fast Foodies” Chompion tune into the episode Thursday, February 3rd at 10/9 Central on TruTV). Kristen talks about the dish she made for Jericho, how she got involved in “Fast Foodies” in the first place, and what she loves most about the show. She also talks extensively about her experience on Top Chef, and how she actually got voted off the show! You’ll hear what transpired that allowed her to eventually win the whole thing, how she dealt with the near instant fame that followed her victory, and what she did immedia
02/02/202255 minutes 34 seconds
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Ice Nine Kills Murders Spencer Charnas

Spencer Charnas from Ice Nine Kills is telling stories about his band’s crazy creative, critically-acclaimed new album, “Silver Scream 2: Welcome to Horrorwood.” Each song on the album was inspired by a different horror movie (including Pet Sematary, Child’s Play, American Psycho, Resident Evil, and more), and the music videos tell a murder story of their own! Spencer talks about the theme approach to writing, the preparation he did for each song, his favorite horror movies, the band’s love of puns, and how they were able to get great guest vocalists (like Papa Roach’s Jacoby Shaddox) and actors (like Bill Moseley) to participate in the project. He speaks to the band’s incredible live shows that involve a mini-murder on stage, his hopes to turn it all into a true horror movie screenplay of his own, and why the “Psychos” (INK fans) make it all worthwhile!
28/01/202255 minutes 3 seconds
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The Return of reDRagon - Fish & O'Reilly's AEW Invasion

reDRagon is back and ready to take on the stacked AEW Tag Team division! Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly talk about their recent reunion, how their respective journeys to AEW happened, and the match they’re looking forward to most at AEW. They also recount the first time they ever met, how they initially got put together at Ring Of Honor, the origin of reDRagon and story behind the name, and some of their legendary matches in both ROH and NJPW. They talk about their jump to NXT, their relationship with Triple H, the immediate chemistry they had with Adam Cole and Roderick Strong, how the Undisputed Era came together, and why they didn’t initially like the name. They also discuss the changes at NXT after the re-brand, the differences between the locker rooms, and rediscovering their love of pro wrestling.
26/01/20221 hour 6 minutes 25 seconds
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Tiger King 2 - Who Killed Carole Baskin's Husband?

“Tiger King 2” on Netflix delves into the mystery behind the disappearance of Carole Baskin’s husband, Don Lewis. Don went missing in 1997, and people speculated that Carole may have killed him. YouTuber Ripper Jack developed an interest in Don Lewis’ missing persons case after seeing the original “Tiger King” documentary series, and started both a Facebook Group (called Don Lewis Cold Case), and a YouTube channel in order to investigate Don’s disappearance. Ripper’s done extensive interviews with witnesses and people who knew Don, examined thousands of public documents, taken many trips to Florida, and shared some interesting evidence with law enforcement. Ripper, who’s featured in “Tiger King 2,” recounts Don Lewis’ last couple of days, what Carole and Don’s longtime friend and employee Kenny Farr were doing the last day Don was reportedly seen alive, and Ripper pokes holes in Carole’s late-night cat milk run story the night before Don disappeared. Plus, Ripper exclusively reveals
21/01/20221 hour 53 seconds
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The Too Cool Career of Scotty 2 Hotty

What does the WWE Attitude Era and current KISS concerts have in common? Scotty 2 Hotty will tell ya! The former NXT coach and NXT live event producer talks about his latest run at WWE in Performance Center, including how it started, the talent he helped develop, and the recent changes that prompted him to leave. He also shares stories from his first run at WWE as a performer from his tryout to signing his first contract to the formation of Too Sexy with Brian Christopher and Rikishi. Scotty reveals what inspired him to do the worm in the ring, and why Big Show, Jericho, Chyna, and the Dudleys were the most fun to dance with. He talks stinkface, the Zoo Crew with Albert, Dean Malenko, the karate chop at the end of the worm, and being released from WWE in 2007. Plus, Scotty shares why he decided to return to the indies this year, his plans for the next 12 months, and what he hopes to accomplish as a performer this time around.
19/01/20221 hour 9 minutes 17 seconds
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An Hour with Bruce Dickinson

It’s the return of Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson, and he’s dishing the details on his brand-new one-man show, “An Evening with Bruce Dickinson,” which kicks off THIS Monday, January 17th, in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. He’s doing 34 dates, crisscrossing the States, and all the ticket info is at! You’ll hear what inspired this outing, how his love of theater, acting and improv influenced the show, what he adapted from English writer/actor Quentin Crisp, and why Bruce is dead-set on having the audience involved in every show. Bruce also speaks about his love of fencing, and what keeps him competing to this day. He has stories about rehabbing a recent Achilles injury, and how that impacted the “Senjutsu” sessions and subsequent tour. Plus, Bruce is also talking about his podcast, “Psycho Schizo Espresso,” breaking down the origin of 666, and revealing some details about of Iron Maiden’s future plans!
14/01/20221 hour 1 minute 41 seconds
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ROH Champion Jonathan Gresham Heads To Terminus

Reigning Ring of Honor World Champion, Jonathan Gresham, is defending the title at his own show this Sunday, January 16th! His brand new promotion, Terminus, is hosting their first-ever live event at the Kroc Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Jonathan explains how he and Baron Black came to start their own promotion, the meaning behind the Terminus name, what he’s liking and not liking about being a promoter, and the inspiration behind their company’s first card (which features Jay Lethal, Daniel Garcia, Lee Moriarty, Moose, Bandido, Alex Coughlin, Impact Digital Champion Jordynne Grace, and so many more)! Jonathan also speaks to Ring of Honors final show, the circumstances that led to him winning the championship, and what he thinks the future has in store for ROH. He also shares thoughts on today’s in-ring psychology, his definition of modern grappling, and the importance of rules in wrestling. Plus, he recounts his early days coming up in the biz, working in Japan, flirting with WWE, a
12/01/202250 minutes 19 seconds
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Unchained - The Life & Times of Edward Van Halen

There’s a new biography out about the life and career of the late, great Eddie Van Halen. It’s called “Unchained: The Edward Van Halen Story,” and was written by journalist and former editor of Kerrang! magazine, Paul Brannigan. Paul spent 7 years researching and writing the book about the legendary guitarist, and interviewed countless people to help him tell the story including Sammy Hagar, Ozzy Osbourne, and KISS. Paul reveals tidbits from his research and interviews, and even recounts his own sit-down with Eddie at 5150 around the time of “Van Halen III’s” release. He also shares some of the things that surprised him most, a few of his favorite moments, and offers his own thoughts on why this prolific musician didn’t really release anything new during the last 20 years of his life. “Unchained: The Edward Van Halen Story” is available now at Amazon,, and wherever you buy books!
07/01/20221 hour 1 minute 12 seconds
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Keith Mitchell - 40 Years of Production from WCW to AEW

Keith Mitchell is one of the true behind-the-scenes pioneers in wrestling! Keith is a longtime TV producer who helped launch video packages and ring music entrances for wrestlers. Keith got his start in World Class Wrestling with the Von Erichs in the 80s before moving on to WCW followed by TNA and ultimately landing at AEW in 2019. And after 40 years in the biz, Keith retired last week after AEW Dynamite’s New Year’s Smash. Keith tells his wrestling story from his early days in TV sports production to his first introduction to the Von Erichs and the friendship with Kerry and David that followed to his days at WCW and the night that Vince and Shane McMahon took control of the company to meeting Tony Khan and helping AEW launch on TNT.
05/01/20221 hour 14 minutes 21 seconds
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Through Heaven And Hell with Robert & Michael Sweet - LIVE

Stryper killed it onstage at the Chris Jericho Rock & Wrestling Rager At Sea Triple Whammy last October, and again during their live Talk Is Jericho podcast appearance on the ship! Brothers Robert and Michael Sweet tell stories from their early days including hanging out on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood, changing the band’s name from Rock’s Regime to Stryper, what inspired the Stryper name, who influenced their song lyrics, and how they were able to tour with mainstream metal and rock bands during the 80s! They talk about the difference between Christian Rock and being Christians IN a rock band, how they had to constantly fight against being pigeonholed, and what MTV did their for their popularity and sales in the era of DialMTV. They also have some great tales about stealing road signs to hang in the studio, throwing bibles to fans at live shows, and being mobbed and arrested in Australia!
31/12/20211 hour 13 minutes 44 seconds
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The Evolution of The Painmaker

Chris Jericho wrestled Kenny Omega in an epic match at the Tokyo Dome in January 2018, and unknowingly created what was soon to become The Painmaker! Chris tells the story about how that trip to Japan gave rise to The Painmaker’s signature spiked jacket, and black makeup look. He explains what inspired the clothes, the wrestling style, and the backstory of this titular character that’s now become an animated, multiple-chapter, collectible NFT! He breaks down The Painmaker’s wrestling style, favorite matches, greatest battles, and biggest foes! You’ll also discover how The Painmaker evolved into an NFT, what may happen to this intergalactic serial killer in an upcoming graphic novel, and whether the incredible story may hit a movie screen near you in the not-so-distant future!
29/12/202154 minutes 14 seconds
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Electric Jesus Comes Alive!

There’s a great new movie available on Amazon Prime called “Electric Jesus.” It’s the story about a bunch of teenagers trying to make it big with their Christian metal band! It’s set in the summer of 1986 and has a very cool cast including Judd Nelson who plays the Pastor trying to help the band, and Brian Baumgartner (of “The Office” fame) as the band’s manager. The music is incredible too! Writer/director Chris White was inspired by his own teenage years and his love of the band Stryper, and spent a lot of time and a lot of movie’s small budget making sure the music and the casting were spot-on! He did a tremendous job with this story that’s really more a coming-of-age tale than anything else. He talks about the making of the film, how he found his band, how he cast the other actors around them, the details he put into setting the scene in 1986, and Stryper’s feedback about the movie. He also speaks to the festivals and awards the film has won, and how he was able to secure distri
24/12/20211 hour 51 seconds
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Cary Silkin - The True Champion of ROH

Cary Silkin was a Ring of Honor fan from day one, and became a silent investor when the promotion was struggling to get off the ground, long before he became its owner and operator! And then when he sold ROH in 2011 to Sinclair, he transitioned into ROH’s Brand Ambassador. Cary tells the ROH story, including behind-the-scenes details of the circumstances that led to ROH’s recent shuttering. He talks about their last show, “Final Battle,” what 2022 may hold for ROH, and whether he’ll still be involved. Cary also talks about ROH’s early days, how DVD sales kept them afloat, their first TV deal with HDNet (which later became AXS), the peak of ROH’s popularity, having talent poached by WWE, some of his favorite shows and matches, and all of the amazing talent that’s graced the ROH ring including Bryan Danielson, Samoa Joe, Colt Cobana, Kevin Owens, CM Punk, Cody Rhodes, The Young Bucks, Adam Cole, Jay Lethal, and so many more!
22/12/20211 hour 6 minutes 41 seconds
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Jimmy Rave - His Last Interview

James Michael Guffey’s (or Jimmy Rave as the wrestling world knew him) passion for pro wrestling was undeniable, and in one of the last long-form interviews he did before his untimely passing on December 12th at the age of 39, that love for the business is palpable. Jimmy spoke at length about his battle with MRSA, his struggles with addiction, adjusting to life as a triple amputee, his work as a mental health advocate and peer support drug counselor, and keeping a positive attitude through life’s adversities. He also shared many great moments and stories from his memorable wrestling career including learning from Dusty Rhodes and Ricky Steamboat, working for TNA, New Japan, and Ring of Honor, wrestling Samoa Joe with a broken jaw, tag teaming with Lance Rock (aka Lance Archer) as the Rock’n Rave Infection, and his cage match with CM Punk. Jimmy Rave is survived by his daughter Kailah, son James II, parents Jim and Toni Guffey, and fiancee Gabby Gilbert. Please help his friends and
17/12/202152 minutes 40 seconds
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The History of Heavy Metal & Horror

“The History of Horror and Metal” is a new documentary from director Mike Shiff, who also coincidentally worked on Fozzy’s video for “Sandpaper.” Mike is a horror and heavy metal music fan, and was inspired to do this documentary to explore the deep connection between metal and horror movies! He did over 60 interviews for the doc and spoke to a who’s who from the metal and horror scenes including Gunnar Hansen (“The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”), Kane Hodder (“Friday The 13th”), director John Carpenter, Bela Lugosi’s son, Kirk Hammett from Metallica, Rob Zombie, Alice Cooper, Corey Taylor, Scott Ian from Anthrax, and Chris Jericho! Mike’s sharing behind-the-scenes stories from filming, who he wanted to speak with but wasn’t able to get, and some of his favs in metal and horror. He also explains why it took over 7 years to make, what the festival circuit has been like, and when the doc will be available to the public! For more information, go to metalhorr
15/12/202159 minutes 16 seconds
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Jay Lethal's AEW Machismo

Jay Lethal recounts the single zoom call at Ring of Honor that effectively changed his life, and led directly to him signing with AEW. He explains why Ring Of Honor temporarily closing its doors was such a shock to the roster, his first reaction after hearing the news, and what originally kept him there when the Young Bucks, Hangman Adam Page, and Cody Rhodes all left to start AEW. He also shares stories from his time at Impact Wrestling including his angle with Ric Flair, the origins of Black Machismo, the time he sorta met Macho Man Randy Savage, and the fantastic story about how and when he was fired. Plus, Lethal talks Tommy Dreamer, WWE, his AEW debut, his first meeting with Tony Khan, his dream opponent, and why his dad has always been his biggest fan.
10/12/20211 hour 3 minutes 30 seconds
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The Fab Three Get Back with The Beatles Incredible Documentary

The Fab 3 (Jericho, drummer Mike Portnoy, and Anthrax’s Charlie Benante) return to celebrate the release of Peter Jackson’s 8-hour documentary series, “Get Back,” on their favorite band, The Beatles! Peter Jackson sifted through, and restored, the original footage captured for Michael Lindsay Hogg’s 1970 documentary about the making of the “Let It Be” album, and The Fab 3 share their thoughts about what’s included. They marvel at the camaraderie and comedy between John Lennon, Sir Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, along with the incredible musicianship and performance of the band’s famed 1969 rooftop concert at their Apple Corps headquarters. They share favorite scenes and moments, what surprised them most about the footage and the relationships, and the myth the documentary dispels about the picture painted of the 4 Beatles in the original “Let It Be” doc.Thanks to our sponsors!Steven Singer Jewelers: One place! Once price! <a href="http://www.ihateste
08/12/20211 hour 22 minutes 51 seconds
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The Gruesome Crimes of the Toolbox Killers

Criminologist Laura Brand is the executive producer of “The Toolbox Killer” documentary currently streaming on Peacock. It’s the horrific, true crime story of two sadistic serial killers, Lawrence Bittaker and Roy Norris, who terrorized and killed teenage girls in Southern California over a 5-month period in 1979. The pair often used tools found in a typical toolbox to torture and maim their victims before murdering them. Laura Brand built up a relationship with Lawrence Bittaker before he died on San Quentin’s Death Row in 2019, and managed to get him to open up about the crimes as well as share the possible location of two of their victims whose remains have never been recovered. Laura explains who and why she got involved in the case, some of the details of Bittaker and Norris’ heinous crimes, how and when they were finally caught, and how Laura managed to get Bittaker to confide so much in her. Thanks to our sponsors:Nord VPN – go to to get up to 73
03/12/202154 minutes 50 seconds
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The WWF Steroid Trial

In 1994, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York brought a criminal case against Vince McMahon accusing the then-chairman of the World Wrestling Federation of supplying illegal anabolic steroids to his professional wrestlers. After deliberating for 16 hours, the jury eventually found Vince McMahon not guilty. Dave Meltzer from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and Wade Keller, editor of the ProWrestling Torch newsletter, both covered the trial in-person at the time, and Wade even stayed in the courtroom when the verdict was read. Dave and Wade share the story surrounding the case including the reasons for the government’s pursuit of Vince McMahon, the role that Dr. George Zahorian’s conviction played in it, how the McMahons found out about the indictment, what they did in preparation for trial and possible conviction, why Hulk Hogan was a witness for the prosecution, the defense strategy employed by WWF lawyer Jerry McDevitt, and Vince McMahon’s reactio
01/12/20211 hour 7 minutes 23 seconds
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History of the Cavern Club - Home of The Beatles

The Beatles made the Cavern Club in Liverpool a household name, and wait till you hear some of the other artists and bands that didn’t play there because it was The Beatles house! Clark Gilmour who works at the Cavern Club and Neil Brannon, Manager of the Magical Mystery Tour in Liverpool, share a wealth of trivia and stories from the Fab Four’s early days in Liverpool playing the famous basement club! You’ll hear how their lunchtime shows inspired songs like “Lovely Rita” and “Polythene Pam,” the role that the Cavern Club played in The Beatles meeting manager Brian Epstein, what happened during The Beatles last-ever show at the Cavern, and what brought both Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr back to the Club long after The Beatles break up. You’’ll also hear the incredibly history of the Cavern Club, and some of the other legendary acts that played there.
26/11/20211 hour 5 minutes 26 seconds
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Kurt Angle Live - Gold Medals & World Titles

Kurt Angle celebrates the fans on the Chris Jericho Rock & Wrestling Rager At Sea Triple Whammy with great stories from his entire career. He explains how winning the Gold Medal at the 1996 Olympics turned into a job with WWE, which led to incredible matches and moments with Stone Cold Steve Austin, Chris Jericho, Chris Benoit, Eddie Guerrero, and Shane McMahon. He tells the Brock Lesnar takedown story in full detail, and reveals why John Cena was not Kurt’s retirement match as he’d hoped. He recounts leaving WWE for TNA and the amazing run he had there including his epic matches with Samoa Joe and AJ Styles. Kurt also talks about his return to WWE, why he decided to go back, and what really prompted him to retire altogether from wrestling.Thanks to our sponsors:NordVPN – go to to get up to 73% off plus a bonus giftMagic Spoon – go to to save
24/11/20211 hour 9 seconds
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The Terrifying Tale of the Beast Of Gevaudan!

The Beast of Gevaudan a real-life, cryptid being described as a giant dog-like wolf, terrorized the former province of Gevaudan in the Margeride Mountains of south-central France between 1764 and 1767. It attacked and killed hundreds of mostly women and children for sport, and was nearly impossible to kill! Scott and Forrest from the “Astonishing Legends” podcast ( ) share the story of the beast from its first known attack to the King Of Fance’s involvement in hunting it down to the mysterious silver bullet that’s believed to have finally killed it. Scott and Forrest recount witness and survivor stories and descriptions, tales from the many who hunted and tried to kill the beast, and some of the theories surrounding what the beast may have really been.Thank you to our sponsors!Fareway Meat Market - and use promo code JER
19/11/20211 hour 2 minutes 49 seconds
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Behind The Waves of Chris Jericho's Triple Whammy

So what happened on the Chris Jericho Rock & Wrestling Rager at Sea Triple Whammy?? A LOT! Chris shares some of his favorite cruise stories and activities including getting onstage with Fozzy, Stryper, Kuarantine, and Rubix Cube, tag teaming with Orange Cassidy, and hanging in the Will Ospreay conga line! You’ll hear about the one-of-a-kind matches on the ship featuring everything from tequila shots with Danhausen to Sonny Kiss’ in-ring dance contest! Discover who played Family Feud, who kicks ass at Mad Libs, who hosted the Drunken Spelling Bee, and who called numbers at Bingo!! You’ll also get a sneak peak at what’s coming on the Chris Jericho Rock & Wrestling Rager At Sea Four Leaf Clover setting sail March 14, 2022 ( 
17/11/20211 hour 2 minutes 45 seconds
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Lio Rush is The Man Of The Hour

Lio Rush is one of the newest additions to the AEW roster! You’ll hear the story of how he came to sign with AEW, his first meeting with Tony Khan, and the injury he suffered during his debut as The Joker in the Casino Battle Royale at Double or Nothing. The 26-year old talks about his already incredible wrestling career which included stops at Ring of Honor, New Japan Pro Wrestling, and signing with WWE at the age of 22. He reveals why he was released from WWE earlier this year, what his relationship with Vince McMahon and Triple H was really like, why he announced his retirement from pro wrestling last Juen, and what ultimately brought him back. He speaks to his Lio Rush name and gimmick, his great run with Bobby Lashley at WWE, and being inspired by the great Rey Mysterio. Plus, Lio talks about using his downtime from WWE to record and release his first hip-hop album, “Ever After,” and his aspirations to make more music and perform for fans. 
12/11/20211 hour 1 minute 18 seconds
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Pure Narco - Inside The Medellin Drug Cartel

Luis Navia spent 25 years working as a cocaine trafficker for the deadliest Columbian and Mexican cartels, including Pablo Escobar’s Medellin Cartel, before his arrest in Venezuela in 2000. And now Luis Navia, with some help from journalist Jesse Fink, has written a book, “Pure Narco,” about his incredible story. Luis and Jesse recount some of the tales from Luis’ 25 years in the drug business from how this rich kid, Georgetown University graduate ever got involved in the drug trade to being with to how he grew his trafficking empire until his arrest. Luis talks about meeting Pablo Escobar, being kidnapped by the cartel, sharing Easter dinner with a cartel assassin, keeping his identity relatively secret, and how law enforcement finally caught him. Luis also details his thoughts about seeing his real-life friends’ stories in the Netflix series, “Narcos,” and what it’s been like for him to adapt to regular, civilian life. “Pure Narco” is available now (<a href="https://www.ama
10/11/202158 minutes 58 seconds
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The Mysteries & Conspiracies Behind The Denver Airport

What is going on at the massive Denver Airport and its multi-story underground tunnel system? Illuminati? Lizard people? Free Masons? Brady Roberts and Mike Howorun did a deep dive into the many conspiracy theories revolving around the infamous airport and share some of what they discovered along the way, including stories about the apocalyptical artwork and statues on the grounds, the gargoyles, the strange occurrences, the sightings, its close proximity to NORAD, and the ties to Area 51. They share how they then used their research to create their audio drama podcast, “Escaping Denver” (which is available for FREE wherever you listen to podcasts). 
05/11/202158 minutes
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MOX Returns!

Jon Moxley returns to TIJ with tales from his new book, simply title “MOX.” He explains why it’s more a journey through his mind than the linear telling of his life, but it’s filled with great stories from his time in WWE including the formation of The Shield, The Shield gear that Vince McMahon hated, Jon’s championship win, and meeting and marrying his wife, Renee Paquette He also talks about joining AEW and what it was like being champion during the pandemic and why he feels he was the perfect guy for the job. Plus, you’ll hear about his love of music and sandwiches, and how life has changed since becoming a dad.
03/11/20211 hour 7 minutes 43 seconds
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The Most Gruesome Deaths In Horror Movie History

Darcy, The Mail Girl from “The Last Drive-in with Joe Bob Briggs” (which streams on Shudder) returns for the annual TIJ Halloween Spooktacular episode! And this time it’s all about gruesome horror movie deaths! Lists have been compiled, and only the goriest deaths will be discussed! That means you’ll hear some stories about franchises like “Halloween,” “Friday The 13th,” “Scream,” “Terrifier,” “Hatchet,” “Hostel,” “House of 1000 Corpses,” “Saw,” “Prom Night,” and even the original Frankenstein!  But which victims are being discussed, which manner of murder was truly grossest, and more importantly, do you agree?? Listen and find out! Plus, horror greats Kane Hodder (aka Jason Vorhees), Felissa Rose, Alex Vincent (aka Chucky), Linea, and Joe Bob Briggs weigh in with some picks of their own! 
29/10/20211 hour 12 minutes 9 seconds
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Scott Norton - From North Korea to the NWO

Scott Norton is a highly decorated arm-wrestling champion, a New Japan Pro Wrestling champion, and the only wrestler to be a member of the NWO in both Japan and the States. He was also part of the crew (that also included Ric Flair, Antonio Inoki, and Eric Bischoff) that traveled to North Korea in 1995 to wrestle in the “Collision in Korea” PPV, a joint production of New Japan and WCW. Scott shares his personal stories from North Korea from traveling with Muhammad Ali to being taken and questioned by the North Korean Military to the frightening display of missiles and arms at Pyongyang’s May Day Stadium during the two-day event. He explains how the whole thing came together in the first place, why he agreed to go, and what he remembers about the various PPV match-ups.
27/10/20211 hour 6 minutes 48 seconds
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The Loneliest Whale - Tracking The Ocean's Rarest Mammal

Documentary filmmaker and director, Joshua Zeman, returns with a brand-new doc, “The Loneliest Whale: The Search For 52,” available now in theaters and on demand ( It’s a departure from his typical true crime stories (aka “Cropsey,” “Murder Mountain,” “Sons of Sam”), and instead embarks on an expedition to find the one rare whale in the ocean that sings at its own frequency (52 hertz), and why scientists believe this whale has lived its whole life in complete solitude! Josh explains how one kickstarter campaign got the ball rolling on this journey, how and when actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Adrian Grenier of “Entourage” fame got involved, and what it was like to spend 7 days on the ocean searching for and tagging whales. He recounts some of their open sea adventures, how the story evolved into more than just the “Search for 52,” and some of the unexpected help they e
22/10/20211 hour 4 minutes 15 seconds
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The Art of Podcasting with Colt Cabana

Colt Cabana has a brand-new podcast, “Wrestling Anonymous,” and fans are invited to participate by sharing their own wrestling stories via hotline (call 87 Cabana 34) or email ([email protected]). Colt explains what inspired his new show, and why he decided to put his pioneering “The Art Of Wrestling” pod on official hiatus! He talks about being early to the podcast space and what that was like 10 years ago, hustling for guests, his favorite interviews (Roddy Piper and Steve Regal), and the ones he’s still trying to forget! Colt also talks about fusing his love of comedy with wrestling, and how that translates to his in-ring performances and his podcasts. You’ll hear stories about his time with WWE as Scotty Goldman, his run at Rev Pro in the UK, and stories about making the “Wrestling Road Diaries” documentary. Plus, he talks about his “Unprofessional Wrestling” live show and his hopes for its return!
20/10/20211 hour 4 minutes 32 seconds
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Juventud Guerrera Spills the Juice

Juventud Guerrera brings that Juvi Juice to TIJ! He and Chris share the story of Juvi’s AEW debut and return to TNT! They explain how Juvi came to be the third Labor of Jericho, what it took to make that happen, and why Juvi almost missed the show! They speak to their first-ever meeting at ECW, Juvi’s 6-year run at WCW, and his short-lived stint at WWE. Juvi talks Filthy Animals, the Mexicools, and the “Juvi Juice” catchphrase, and he reveals the greatest compliment Vince McMahon ever gave him. He recounts working with Rey Mysterio, the role that Psicosis played in his career, and how he really felt about losing his mask at WCW.
15/10/20211 hour 14 minutes 52 seconds
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Nancy Wilson & The Symphony of Heart

Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, Nancy Wilson of Heart fame, is playing with the Seattle Symphony Orchestra on October 30th (tickets at They’re doing a mix of songs from her first-ever solo album, “You And Me,” and the Heart catalogue! Nancy’s talking about this killer live event, why she chose to cover songs by The Beatles, Pearl Jam, and Bruce Springsteen on her new solo album, and what it was like recording at the height of the pandemic lockdown. She’s got some great rock & roll stories about Heart’s early days on the road, opening for Rod Stewart, what happened when John Mellencamp opened for Heart, meeting Paul McCartney, performing Led Zeppelin songs in front of Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, her cameo appearance in “Fast Times At Ridgemont High,” and the time that Eddie Van Halen called her in the middle of the night to play his new song for her.
13/10/202148 minutes 26 seconds
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Nick FN Gage - MDK & the Art Of The Death Match

Nick Gage is the “The King” of death match wrestling, and he’s challenging to reclaim the GCW World Championship from Jon Moxley this Saturday 10/9/21 at GCW Fight Club (you can stream it on Fite TV). Nick run downs his preparations for the match, what GCW and the MDK Gang mean to him, and what inspired his love of death match wrestling in the first place. He also recounts his nearly 7-years in jail, the lessons learned and friends he made there, how the farm work he did impacted his wrestling career, and what that first match post-jail was like. He also details the night he wrestled David Arquette (who almost died of his injuries), the night Nick himself almost died of his own injuries, and the craziest weaponry he’s used in the ring. And of course, he tells the full story of his AEW experience and his role in the Labors of Jericho.
08/10/20211 hour 25 seconds
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Robert Hansen - Hunting Humans Like Animals

Robert Hansen (or “Butcher Baker” as he was known in the media) is a serial killer who’s fascinated Hollywood for years! He and his gruesome crimes have inspired movies (“The Frozen Ground”) and TV shows (“Mind Hunters,” “Criminal Minds”). Robert kidnapped his victims, tortured and sexually assaulted them, and then turned them loose in the Alaskan wildnerness in order to HUNT THEM DOWN like animals! It’s believed that he raped 30 women, and abducted and murdered another 17 between 1971 and 1983 though he was only convicted (and ultimately sentenced) for 4 murders total. Jamie and John from True Crimecast return to discuss Robert’s background and life, details of the case, stories of the victims, and explain how Robert Hansen was finally captured and why prosecutors only tried him for 4 murders. 
06/10/202156 minutes 37 seconds
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Omega vs Reigns - Debating the PWI Top 500

The Pro Wrestling Illustrated Top 500 has been released (get yours at, and Editor Kevin McElvaney and Senior Writer Al Castle defend the mag’s pick for this year’s #1, Kenny Omega. They reveal the heated debate that went on amongst their own staff when it came down to Kenny Omega vs Roman Reigns for the top spot, and what ultimately tipped the scales in Omega’s favor. They share the process, timeline, and sheer man power required to put this special issue together, and talk about some of the big changes they made in the issue and list for this year. They discuss the illustrious #500 slot and some of the wrestlers who’ve landed there in the past, and run down Jericho’s rankings over the course of his career. 
01/10/20211 hour 6 minutes 12 seconds
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Peace, Rage & Violence - The Disaster of Woodstock '99

Original Woodstock co-founder Michael Lang and veteran concert promoter John Scher staged Woodstock ’99 at the Griffiss Air Force Base in Rome, New York to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the original festival. Some 400,000 fans turned out that August for the three-day event that quickly devolved into complete chaos and destruction. Now notorious for the riots, violence, fires, sexual assaults, inhumane conditions, and lack of water, the new HBOMax documentary “Woodstock ’99: Peace, Love and Rage,” attributes the concert failure to the angry, white boy, misogynist mob-mentality that was fueled by the nu metal music scene of the time. Longtime Fozzy manager and Chris Jericho business partner, Mark Willis, and longtime TIJ producer, Stacie Parra, were both at Woodstock ’99. They share their stories from the disastrous festival.
29/09/20211 hour 8 minutes 29 seconds
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It's Adam Cole Baybay!

It’s Adam Cole Bay Bay, and his AEW debut at the All Out PPV came together just a few days before the big event! Adam recounts the story of his AEW signing, why it was so close to the wire for All Out, the near-disaster with his new gear day-of show, and the surprise reaction of fans to his appearance. He explains what tipped the scales for him to pick AEW over WWE, and what both Triple H and Vince McMahon said to him when he announced he was leaving. He also shares stories from his 4-year run at NXT including the Undisputed Era, his favorite matches, and the close friendship he built with Shawn Michaels, his NXT coach and mentor. Plus, he speaks to the origin of his name and his Bay Bay catchphrase, and what he thinks about all of the recent changes at NXT.
24/09/20211 hour 3 minutes 30 seconds
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Hell On Earth - The Iron Maiden Senjutsu Subarashii Review!

Iron Maiden’s “Senjutsu” is out, and now that everyone’s had a chance to digest this 82-minute opus, it’s time to review it! Metal Blade Records founder Brian Slager and Metal Hammer editor Merlin Alderslade join to share their thoughts on Maiden’s latest studio offering! They dissect the artwork, Eddie, the performances, the production, and the songwriting. They do a track-by-track breakdown, and an ultimate comparison to see how “Senjutu” stacks up against the rest of the Maiden catalogue. And you’ll also get plenty of great trivia, behind-the-scenes info, and killer personal stories about Maiden and their music.
22/09/20211 hour 16 minutes 18 seconds
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Ruby Ruby Soho: Destination AEW-Known

Ruby Soho said she’s never been as nervous to hit the ring as she was at her AEW debut at All Out 2021! She shares what Tony Khan said just before she walked out, when she first heard the crowd chanting her name, and why she’s still pinching herself! She has thoughts on the AEW Women’s Division, the locker room, and why she calls the company “such a special place.” She talks about her friendship with Rancid guitarist/singer Lars Frederiksen and the very cool thing he did for her when he found out she signed with AEW. Plus, Ruby speaks candidly about her release from WWE, her close bond with her fellow Riott Squad members Sarah Logan and Liv Morgan, and what she learned from Robbie Brookside (besides the history of punk music and bands). 
17/09/20211 hour 5 minutes 19 seconds
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Classic Album Clash: Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion 1 vs 2

It’s the return of the Classic Album Clash, and this time it’s a battle between Guns N’ Roses “Use Your Illusion I” and “Use Your Illusion II”! AEW’s Frankie Kazarian is back along with Jojo Feeney from the Keepin’ It 100 podcast to debate the two albums under some slightly different rules!  There are adjustments to the track listings, and each debater creates a final “Super Illusion” album at the end choosing 14 songs from both albums to make one super version!  There’s the usual discussion about artwork, songwriting, and performances coupled with GNR trivia, concert tales, stories about the band members, and thoughts on Steven Adler and Izzy Stradlin. And you can weigh in on twitter @TalkIsJericho!
15/09/20211 hour 26 minutes 11 seconds
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Mark Henry's AEW Rampage

Mark Henry is All Elite, and is part of the broadcast team for AEW RAMPAGE. Mark details his journey to AEW, what he hopes to accomplish while he’s there, and why he’s looking forward to coaching young talent like Darby Allin, Will Hobbs, and Riho. Mark speaks about his disappointing departure from WWE, his Wrestlemania moment with the Undertaker, and how the Hall Of Pain Mark Henry character was born from an in-ring rib that Vince McMahon played on Mark. Plus, Mark shares a few of his favorite matches, and explains how he came to co-host Busted Open Radio.
10/09/20211 hour 4 minutes 25 seconds
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Stephen Amell Heels On The Green Arrow

Stephen Amell was the Green Arrow/Oliver Queen on the CW superhero series, “Arrow,” and now he’s Jack Spade on the new Starz scripted pro-wrestling drama, “Heels.” Stephen talks about the story, the role, and what it was like working with writer/director Michael Waldron. Stephen also recounts his real-life wrestling experience at WWE, ROH, and AEW! He talks about his friendship with Cody Rhodes, how Christopher Daniels helped him in the ring at ROH, the invite he got from the Young Bucks to participate in All In, and the feedback he received from Triple H after a specific WWE house show. Stephen also shares the story about meeting Vince McMahon, and the move he tried to steal from Jericho to use in episode 1 of “Heels!”
08/09/202153 minutes 55 seconds
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Nicko McBrain - Tactics, Stratego & Senjutsu

“Senjutsu,” Iron Maiden’s 17th studio album, dropped today, and drummer Nicko McBrain returns to talk about the writing and recording of what’s sure to become another Maiden classic. He talks about recording just before the pandemic shutdown, sitting on the album during the pandemic, and the decision to release it now. He speaks to Maiden’s tour plans, the songs he’s most looking forward to playing, his favorites from the new album, and the band’s chemistry and working relationship. He also shares some great trainwreck stories from past tours, the tale behind how he got his name, plans for his side project tribute bands, and his thoughts on the recent loss of the late, great Rolling Stones drummer, Charlie Watts.
03/09/202158 minutes 14 seconds
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Matt Cardona - King of Death Matches & Action Figures

Matt Cardona, host of the Major Wrestling Figure Podcast, is the GCW Champion (much to the chagrin of GCW fans), and he’s loving every moment! He explains how it happened, why he got in the ring with Nick Gage, and what the experience was like. Matt does a breakdown of the match, the pizza cutter spot, the extreme bleeding, and the fan reaction. He explains why he took the GCW Title to Disneyland, how he survived the death threats and the cross-country flight the day after the match, and when you can expect to see him defend his new title. Matt’s also talking about the action figure renaissance in pro wrestling, what inspired the action figure line that he’s producing and distributing, which figures are worth the most money, how his own collection started, and the rare figures he’s still searching for to this day.
01/09/20211 hour 1 minute 10 seconds
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TIJ 800 - Rick Rubin Produces Great Stories!

Producer Rick Rubin has 8 Grammy Awards, is the co-founder of Def Jam Recordings, the founder of American Recordings, a music lover, and a near life-long wrestling fan! He explains how he met Jim Cornette and came to be the financial backer of Smokey Mountain Wrestling, why Ric Flair is his favorite wrestler, how he ended up working for Bill Apter, and why he still watches a solid 8 hours of wrestling per week to this day. And of course, Rick talks music! He shares some incredible stories about filming the Hulu docu-series “McCartney 3, 2, 1” with Sir Paul, working in the studio with everyone from AC/DC to the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Black Sabbath, and System of a Down. He remembers the making of “Wildflowers” with Tom Petty, Johnny Cash’s reaction to Rick’s album proposal, and walking to Electric Lady Studios in New York as a college student to produce The Cult’s “Electric” album. Plus, Rick speaks to the conceptual art of music production, the impact technology has made on the pr
27/08/20211 hour 12 minutes 48 seconds
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WTF is an NFT?!?

The Chris Jericho Painmaker NFT is available, and if you want to know first off, what the F an NFT is, then you need to listen to this episode with David Shapiro of Semkhor Productions! And after you discover that, you’ll also learn how to get a Jericho NFT for yourself, and more importantly why you want this crazy awesome new digital collectable that will likely become more and more valuable as time goes by. Chris and David break down the origin of the Painmaker NFT, what makes it so unique, what inspired the animation design, and how they landed on the specific number available and the more than fair pricing. They talk about NFTs as they relate to crypto-currency, what the future holds for NFTs in general, and how Semkhor was able to make it available for purchase using paypal and credit cards. Plus, David discusses some of filmmaker Kevin Smith’s unique NFT releases, and shares details about the upcoming Kevin Smith-Chris Jericho NFT collaboration for “Killroy Was Here.”
25/08/20211 hour 1 minute 30 seconds
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Eulogy for Eaton - A Tribute To Bobby with Arn and Tony

Bobby Eaton was one of the greatest tag team wrestlers, and probably the nicest guy in the business. He never said a negative word about anyone, and no one ever had a negative thing to say about him! Sadly, the great Bobby Eaton of the legendary Midnight Express tag team passed away August 4th at the age of 62.  So two of the guys who knew him best, Arn Anderson and Tony Schiavone, pay tribute along with Chris Jericho, to Bobby! They talk about the two versions of the Midnight Express with Bobby and Dennis Condrey, and Bobby and Stan Lane, the role Jim Cornette played in their success, and the incredible chemistry between Bobby and Jim! They tell stories from the longtime rivalry and great feud between the Midnight Express and Rock ‘n’ Roll Express, Starrcade ’86 with the Road Warriors, and the Super Summer Sizzlin’ Tour. They’ve also got hilarious tales about the contents of Bobby’s 60-pound duffle bag and his weak stomach! Plus, Chris shares an unbelievable voicemail message he re
20/08/20211 hour 12 minutes 4 seconds
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The EverRise of 2.0

Matt Lee and Jeff Parker were Ever-Rise at WWE, and just debuted as 2.0 at AEW. The Canadian wrestling vets detail their journey from the Montreal indie scene to WWE and beyond. They talk about their backyard wrestling days that started in grade school, the two tryouts and multiple extra appearances that eventually led to their WWE signing, and why their recent release was such a shock! They’ve got stories about working with Evil Uno and Stu Grayson on the indies, traveling with Sami Zayn, and their friendship with Kevin Owens and the assist he gave them to better their WWE chances. They have tales about Terry Taylor, and a great story about their first face-to-face with Vince McMahon! Plus, you'll hear the origin of the 2.0 name, what inspired Ever-Rise, and the beginnings and evolution of their YouTube show, “The ShowRULES!”
18/08/20211 hour 6 minutes 14 seconds
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The Mythos of The Mothman

The insane legend of the Mothman is explored in great detail with journalist Joe Sills who journeyed to the Ohio River Valley this past year to investigate the mystery himself. He details the how and where of the original 1966 sightings of the mythical creature with the glowing eyes and ginormous wingspan, and how those tie into the Silver Bridge Collapse of December of ’67. He talks about the Men In Black connection to the Mothman, the other evidence discovered around the Mothman site, what happened to some of the eye witnesses, and what he really believes about the mysterious events and existence of the creature.
13/08/20211 hour 18 seconds
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Lance Storm Analyzes Juventud vs Jericho Superbrawl 1998

Lance Storm is the probably the best coach and agent in the business, and he’s offering an amazing training opportunity to anyone in the biz hoping to get a leg up on their career. Email him at [email protected]. And follow along as he teaches 30-year veteran Chris Jericho a thing or two in this match watchalong and critique. Lance breaks down Jericho verses Juventud Guerrera in a “Title vs Mask” match at Superbrawl 1998 at the Cow Palace in San Francisco. He points out what works in the match, what Jericho and Juve could have done better, and how Jericho can apply some of the tips to his matches today. Lance also cites reasons why working with Kurt Angle was always a great experience for him, and why his match against Terry Funk for the US Title is still his favorite. Plus, Lance was released from WWE during the pandemic after just barely starting back there as a coach and agent, but harbors no ill will or hard feelings t
11/08/20211 hour 16 minutes 41 seconds
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Dog Fiction - Ranking the Films of Quentin Tarantino

It’s the Quentin Tarantino Top 10 Movie ranking with drummer Mike Portnoy and Jojo Feeney from the Keepin’ It 100 podcast! The trio ranks 10 Tarantino films (because “Kill Bill Vol.1” and “Kill Bill Vol. 2” are being counted separately), and shares trivia, favorite moments and dialogue, best characters, and most gruesome scenes. They talk Tarantino influences, music placement and soundtracks, and actor choices. And you might be surprised by someone’s #1 pick. Is it “Pulp Fiction” or “Once Upon A Time in Hollywood” or maybe, “Jackie Brown?” Or how about “Inglorious Basterds,” “Django Unchained,” or “Death Proof?” Weigh in with your picks on twitter @TalkIsJericho.
06/08/20211 hour 42 minutes 30 seconds
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The Mystery & Mayhem of Malakai Black

Malakai Black came to AEW with purpose, attacking Arn Anderson and starting something with Cody! He explains how his shocking release from WWE turned into a quick deal with AEW, what it was like hiding out before his debut on AEW DYNAMITE, and how the creative freedom and collaborative locker room have inspired him. Malakai also recounts the origins of his Malakai Black gimmick from his early days as Tommy End to the evolution of Aleister Black and how he used the occult and horror movies to inform his character and matches. He speaks to what he learned from both Shawn Michaels and Terry Taylor, and shares the story behind the Dark Father vignettes at WWE, and how that might have been his undoing. Plus, his favorite match, and the talent he’s most looking forward to working with at AEW.
04/08/202159 minutes 56 seconds
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The Bollywood Boyz - WWE & Beyond

The Bollywood Boyz are ready for their Hollywood comeback after their recent release from the WWE after a 5-year run! Real-life brothers, Harv and Gurv Shira (aka Sunil and Samir Singh), talk about their angle with Jinder Mahal, working AJ Styles on Smackdown, and what they learned about calling it in the ring from John Cena. They share their favorite moments from 205 Live, some of the creative ideas they pitched to WWE that didn’t get used, and what The Rock did for their careers via social media support. They explain why their parents took their WWE release harder than they did, what they have planned for their immediate futures in both acting and wrestling, and how supportive words from Shawn Michaels and Mick Foley have really inspired them. Plus, Tony Condello death tour stories and details about the Punjabi Prison match! And if you want to book them: [email protected]
30/07/20211 hour 4 minutes 36 seconds
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Eli Roth's Fin - Exposing The Horrors of Shark Hunting

Eli Roth returns to talk about his new horror film of sorts. This one’s a documentary called “Fin,” and it chronicles the horror that is the shark fin trade industry. It’s streaming now on Discovery+! Over 100,000,000 sharks are killed each year (that's 274,000 per day) primarily for one reason – to remove their fin to then make Shark Fin soup! It’s an atrocity that is leading sharks down a path to extinction, and Eli, along with the help of a couple of his A-list friends, Leonardo DiCaprio and actress Nina Dobrev, are trying to prevent that from happening. Eli talks about the plight of the sharks, and the horrific ways in which they’re being fished and killed, and puts to rest some common misconceptions about sharks (they’re not human predators and they definitely aren’t hunting human flesh)! He also speaks to the fishing tournaments in the US that are contributing to the shark’s demise, the huge disservice that the movie “Jaws” has done to plight of sharks, the way the fishing ind
28/07/20211 hour 7 minutes 56 seconds
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The Horrific Crimes Of The Cookbook Killer

Nathaniel Bar-Jonah is the Cookbook Killer, and his crimes are truly as gruesome as his name implies. Nathaniel was eventually convicted of kidnapping, torturing, murdering, and allegedly EATING his victims, all of whom were children! The case is crazy, and Nathaniel managed to evade justice for years! When authorities finally caught up to him, they discovered a recipe book for dishes made with human flesh, human bones, and a list of 100 children’s names (including some of his known victims). True Crimecast’s John and Jamie join to discuss the Cookbook Killer case, and explain how Bar-Jonah managed to evade capture for years, and the final straw that led to his arrest. They breakdown his personality traits and mannerisms, known and suspected crimes, and the circumstantial and hard evidence against him.
23/07/202151 minutes 1 second
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Ryan Nemeth Is A Heel

Ryan Nemeth says one short conversation with Tony Khan coupled with one order from Amazon is all it took to get the Wingmen up and running at AEW! It was getting to AEW that took the most time! Ryan explains how a birthday visit to his buddy, “Negative 1” (aka Brodie Jr), turned into the Dark match that led to him signing with AEW. Ryan talks about his training at both OVW and FCW, what he learned from Rip Rogers and Dusty Rhodes, his tenure at WWE, and his sort of abrupt release from the company. He speaks to his standup comedy career, his film and television career, touring with his brother Nick (aka WWE’s Dolph Ziggler), and the making of his award-winning short film, “Heel.”
21/07/20211 hour 6 minutes 1 second
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Danhausen Has Teeth!

Danhausen has only been wrestling in human form for 5 or 6 years, but has been wandering the earth for centuries! He shares his journey to wrestling, and explains the jar of teeth he carries with him (what it means and who they belonged to). He talks about the horror films and characters that inspire his look, how he came up with the No Swearing catch phrase, and how his friendship with The Rock developed on twitter over tequila. Danhausen speaks to his love of Seinfeld and Conan O’Brien, and his close friendships with Orange Cassidy and Ethan Page. Plus, he remembers his short-lived stint as Donovan Danger, and debunks a myth or two about some wrestler guy named Santiago.
16/07/202150 minutes 54 seconds
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Anthrax - 40 Years of New York Thrash

The core Anthrax lineup of Scott Ian, Charlie Benante, Frank Bello, and Joey Belladonna, are celebrating 40 years of Anthrax with some great stories about some of the pioneering highlights from their career. They hit on the Big 4 shows, their appearance on “Married With Children,” traveling on Iron Maiden’s plane with Bruce Dickinson piloting it, the making of the “Among The Living” and “Spreading The Disease” albums, and Joey Belladonna joining the band. They remember the infamous Roseland Ballroom gig that landed them their first major label deal along with Metallica and Raven, Scott Ian shaving his head and Charlie cutting off his hair when long hair was synonymous with metal. They speak to being first to wear board shorts and t-shirts onstage in a time of jean jackets and leather, and being the first to blend rock and rap in an ill-fated project with the Beastie Boys. Plus, they have stories from the new Anthrax 40 documentary, and give a sneak peak at what you can expect if you
14/07/20211 hour 5 minutes 47 seconds
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The Atrocities of Graham James - Worst Scandal in NHL History

It’s the biggest sex scandal in hockey history, and it started in Canada’s famed junior hockey league, and arguably contributed to the death of Jay Macaulay, a former high school classmate of Chris Jericho’s who died of drug overdose in April. Winnipeg Free Press reporter Jeff Hamilton details the unbelievable story of disgraced ex-Western Hockey League coach Graham James, and how he was able to sexually abuse junior hockey league players (some who went on to become Stanley Cup winning NHL professionals) for years and years across multiple teams and territories. Jeff recounts all he uncovered in his years-long investigation into James including the multiple coverups and enabling by some of Canadian hockey’s top officials. Jeff shares the NHL players stories who came forward to ultimately take James down, and why the predator only served 18-months before being released to live his life. 
09/07/20211 hour 9 minutes 5 seconds
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Compiling The Complete List Of Jericho

“The Complete List of Jericho: 30 Years of Smashes, Matches, and Hits!” is finally here (and available at, and AEW’s Alex Marvez and Pete Fornatale, who helped make the book a reality, join to reveal what it took to turn Jericho’s old notebook list of matches into an actual book with never-before-seen photos, Top 10 lists, and surprising stories from some of the biggest names in wrestling. Alex Marvez recounts how he collected tales from the likes of Brodie Lee, Kenny Omega, and Dave Meltzer, and why two of Chris’ oldest friends in the business, Lance Storm and Don Callis, weren’t included. Hear what inspired the title, the front cover, and the back cover, and what Rush, KISS and Metallica had to do with the book! Plus, Chris explains why he self-published book #5, and Alex and Pete list the things they plan to fix for the second printing!
07/07/20211 hour 7 minutes 22 seconds
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CJ Perry Says Goodbye to Lana and WWE

CJ Perry was Lana in WWE, and after 8 years, she’s saying goodbye to the character and the company. She was recently let go by WWE, and no one was more surprised than her! She explains what happened, why she thinks it happened, and how it happened! She reveals the first call she made after receiving the news, what her final communication with Vince McMahon entailed, and why the whole termination process at WWE needs to change. She also shares how her real-life romance with now husband, Miro, affected her career, why she believes WWE broke up the Lana & Miro storyline at the height of its popularity, and what she owes Triple H, Road Dawg and Billy Gunn.
02/07/20211 hour 13 minutes 34 seconds
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Canada Day Special - Strange Brew Watchalong with The Winnipeggers

The Winnipeggers are celebrating Canada Day with a special movie watchalong dedicated to all their fellow Canadians! Grab a drink and get your laugh on with “Strange Brew” (the first movie that a young Rybo ever saw in theaters)! It’s the story of Canada’s favorite hosers, Bob & Doug McKenzie, two characters created and played by Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas for SCTV! Discover the backstory of Bob & Doug McKenzie, how and why this movie ever got made, who contributed to the hugely successful soundtrack, and the origins of some of the most popular Canadian slang! 
30/06/20211 hour 56 minutes 34 seconds
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Classic Album Clash - Ratt: Out Of The Cellar vs Invasion of Your Privacy

The Classic Album Clash is back, and this time it’s all about Ratt – “Out Of The Cellar” vs “Invasion of Your Privacy.” And joining in the track-by-track analysis and trivia fun are Tom and Zeus, the hosts of the “Shout Out Loud” podcast, and their friend Sonny. They talk album covers, production, songwriting and lyrics, and individual performances and contributions. They remember their first introductions to Ratt’s music, and seeing the band live. Plus, they discuss Stephen Pearcy as a frontman, why Ratt didn’t reach the same heights as Motley Crue or Bon Jovi, and the ultimately pick their favorite of the two classic albums.
25/06/20211 hour 27 minutes 53 seconds
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The Creeping Death of the Chaos Project

AEW’s Chaos Project is Dr. Luther and Serpentico, and they share the story of how they were put together, what inspired their memorable entrance, and where Serpentico gets his supply of kabuki streamers! They explain their old school wrestling style, and why it works with everyone they wrestle including Penta & Fenix, the Varsity Blonds, and Dark Order. The two recount the infamous cake smashing spot at Negative One’s in-ring birthday party, what it was like cutting a promo on a kid, and the words Jake “The Snake” Roberts had for them afterwards in the locker room. They explain how their match with Jericho & Jake Hagar came together for Jericho’s 30th Anniversary Dynamite episode, being signed during a pandemic, and their first-ever match together as a team. Plus, Serpentico talks about growing up in Puerto Rico and training there, and what ultimately brought him to Florida and “Team 3D Academy” with Bubba & D’Von Dudley.
23/06/20211 hour 2 minutes 26 seconds
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Helloween's Best Time with Michael Kiske & Andi Deris

Helloween is back with a new album, “Helloween,” and two singers, original singer Michael Kiske, and Andi Deris who’s been with the band since Kiske’s departure in the 90s. Michael and Andi talk about forging the bond that enables them to be in the band together, what inspired the whole idea in the first place, how they determine vocal parts, where Kai Hansen fits into the vocal mix, the songwriting and creative process behind the new album, and their current live set list. Michael also speaks to the rumors that he was once asked to sing for Iron Maiden after Bruce Dickinson left, what he misses most about former Helloween drummer Ingo Schwichtenberg, and his favorite Helloween songs.
18/06/20211 hour 14 minutes 26 seconds
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Stu Grayson & Evil Uno Bring the Dark Order To Light

Dark Order founders Evil Uno and Stu Grayson were among the first talent signed to AEW, but admit that they thought they would be among the first fired when the Dark Order failed to initially catch on! Then came the Exalted One and a global pandemic! Uno & Stu recall the early ideas for the Exalted One, when they found out it was going to be Mr. Brodie Lee (and not Matt Hardy), and what it was like to watch his debut from their homes in Canada during the early lockdown days of the pandemic. They talk about their BTE segments, the arrival of Anna Jay, the faction’s organic babyface flip, -1’s leadership, and their future hopes for Dark Order. Plus, they share stories from their indie wrestling days as the Supersmash Brothers, working Canadian shows with Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens, and why they had all but given up on wrestling when AEW came knocking.
16/06/20211 hour 6 minutes 10 seconds
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The Inner Circle Rappels Down Stadium Stampede 2

Those were no stunt doubles on top of the scoreboard at TIAA Bank Field stadium in Jacksonville at AEW’s Double or Nothing PPV! That was all 5 members of the Inner Circle who jumped off and rappelled to the ground below. Sammy Guevara, Jake Hager, and Santana and Ortiz return to tell the story of Stadium Stampede 2, and who came up with the brilliant idea to rappel. They detail what went into the planning and execution of their battle against The Pinnacle right down to Sammy’s amazing 630 to finish off Shawn Spears (and The Pinnacle). Hear about Jake’s battle against Wardlow in the freezer, Sammy and Shawn going at it in the stadium chair room, Santana & Ortiz coming to blows with FTR in the bar, and Jericho & MJF’s live match in the AEW ring! They also share the story behind Konnan’s cameo DJ appearance, the DMX music licensing saga, and finally wrestling in front of a full capacity crowd for a PPV!
11/06/20211 hour 9 minutes 34 seconds
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Conquering Kilimanjaro - Highest Free-Standing Mountain on Earth

“Ghost Adventures” host, Jeff Belanger, had a paranormal experience of a different kind when he climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro. He details the journey and the spiritual connection in his new book, “The Call Of Kilimanjaro: Finding Hope Above The Clouds.” Jeff explains what inspired him to undertake the climb, how he trained for the adventure, what it was like once he started up the mountain (from food to bodily functions to surviving the elements). He speaks to being truly disconnected from the world, missing his family, his actual moment on the summit, the sense of accomplishment, and the anti-climactic descent. And he talks about the paranormal connection and experiences associated with Mt. Kilimanjaro.
09/06/202154 minutes 41 seconds
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Billy Corgan's NWA Is A Smash!

NWA’s “When Our Shadows Fall” PPV is this Sunday, June 6th, and NWA President Billy Corgan runs down the stacked card, and talks about the incredible talent, including NWA World Heavyweight Champion, Nick Aldis! Billy discusses the crossover with AEW and having talent such as Serena Deeb and Thunder Rosa work for both companies. He speaks to the new revolution in wrestling, surviving the pandemic, the return of crowds, and the development of his weekly show, “NWA Powerrr.” He also recalls what it took to buy the promotion, and how he handled the criticism in the early days. Plus, Billy has an update on his other gig, fronting the Smashing Pumpkins, and talks about their cancelled 2020 tour with Guns N Roses, why they won’t be joining Guns on the road later this Summer, and what happened the first time the Pumpkins ever opened for Axl Rose and crew!  
04/06/20211 hour 1 minute 44 seconds
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The Return of the Summer Movie Preview with Nikki Novak

It’s the return of the Summer blockbuster as movie theaters re-open after the pandemic shutdown! And that means Fandango correspondent Nikki Novak is back on TIJ to share a rundown of what to see and what to skip this Summer! She has details and behind-the-scenes trivia on everything from “The Suicide Squad” to Zack Snyder’s “Army Of The Dead” (with Dave Bautista) to the Aretha Franklin biopic “RESPECT” (starring Jennifer Hudson) to Pixar’s latest animated offering, “Luca.” Nikki’s also talking about “Fast And Furious 9,” Disney’s live action films “Jungle Cruise” and “Cruella,” Jordan Peele’s latest horror flick, “Candyman,” and “A Quiet Place II.” She also has some inside scoop on Peter Jackson’s Beatles documentary, “Get Back,” coming this August. Plus, Nikki & Chris pick their must-see movie, their sleeper hit of the Summer, and predict which will be the blockbuster champ!
02/06/20211 hour 17 minutes 14 seconds
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The Battle of Greta Van Fleet

Greta Van Fleet have a new album, “The Battle At Garden’s Gate,” a headlining tour starting this August, and some great stories about opening for Guns N Roses in Germany! Singer Josh Kiszka and drummer Danny Wagner talk about their musical influences, the origins of the band, skipping some high school to open for the Struts, and how they feel about Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant and Jimmy Page’s comments about Greta’s music. They also talk about growing up in small town Michigan, meeting (and underage drinking with) Dave Grohl, performing with Elton John, and killing time during the pandemic.
28/05/202148 minutes 5 seconds
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The Ultra Violence of the Death Match Culture

“Hardway: The Legacy of Deathmatch Wrestling” is an incredible, in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at deathmatch wrestling, the performers, the brutal matches, weapons, and gruesome injuries. Jeff Waldridge, who produced, filmed, and directed the doc, along with lengendary deathmatch wrestler Madman Pondo, and up-and-comer GRaver talk about the doc, the deathmatch scene and culture, and some of their more brutal matches involving light tubes, pencil boards, vats of rubbing alcohol, pinecones, razor wire, barbed wire bats, and thumbtacks. They reveal how they got into deathmatch wrestling, why they love performing in this genre, some of their crazier injuries, ridiculous fan requests, and why they’ll never give it up! Listen to the ep, and then check out the doc on DVD, video on demand or stream it at 
26/05/20211 hour 4 minutes 50 seconds
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The Gunn Club is Fully Loaded in AEW

Austin & Colten Gunn are two-thirds of AEW’s Gunn Club. The real-life brothers talk growing up around wrestling thanks to their dad, Bad Ass Billy Gunn’s career at WWE as part of D-Generation X. They remember their first times in a wrestling ring (and being kicked out by Vince McMahon), why they didn’t pursue WWE careers, and what it’s like to officially work with their dad in the ring. The brothers talk about their individual journeys to AEW which included a stop at Ring of Honor for Austin, and a short-lived stint in California for Colten. You’ll hear what Bubba Ray Dudley did for Austin, how Billy helped Colten’s training at Flatbacks, the brothers goals at AEW, and what Austin said to singer John Mayer one time at ringside.
21/05/202158 minutes 46 seconds
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The Conspiracy of The Sons Of Sam

It’s one of the most famous serial killer cases in history, and now director Joshua Zeman provides a fresh perspective on the Son of Sam murders, which terrorized New York City from the summer of 1976 to July of 1977. Josh’s new, four-part Netflix documentary, “The Sons Of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness,” goes in-depth on the investigation conducted by journalist Maury Terry, who never believed that convicted Son of Sam killer David Berkowitz acted alone. Maury spent years doing his own investigation, and shared his case file with Josh Zeman before Maury’s death in 2015. Josh walks us through Maury’s case which documents Satanic rituals, cults, a connection to Charles Manson, and the real Sons of Sam whom Maury believes were part of the murders and most likely goaded David Berkowitz into joining them in the killings. 
19/05/20211 hour 6 minutes 36 seconds
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The Birth Of Thrash Metal & The Megaforce of Jonny Zazula

Megaforce Records founder Jonny Zazula (aka Jonny Z) started a heavy metal movement in the ‘80s, and shares the story of his famed label that launched the careers of Metallica, Anthrax, and even Fozzy! Jonny explains how his little “Rock’n Roll Heaven” record store in a New Jersey flea market morphed into live shows, band management, and a label. He details his introduction to the guys in Metallica, his involvement in the “Kill ‘Em All” album from recording to marketing and promotion to tour support, and how the desire to help James Hetfield and crew gave birth to Megaforce. Jonny remembers meeting Anthrax, the making of their first album, and their unexpected rise in the scene. He speaks to losing his bands to major labels, what happened when Megaforce partnered with Atlantic Records distribution, and what he thinks of the metal music scene today. He also shares memories about his special friendship with late Metallica bassist Cliff Burton, and remembers his wife and Megaforce part
14/05/202156 minutes 47 seconds
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The All Out Assault of Blood & Guts

More wrestling history was made last Wednesday night on #AEWDynamite as the Inner Circle and The Pinnacle battled it out in the first-ever Blood & Guts! Chris breaks down the historic match from inception to execution, and everything in between. Discover what originally inspired the idea pre-pandemic, the talent who were supposed to take part in the originally scheduled Blood & Guts, the timing of the match in 2021, who came up with the Inner Circle costumes, the bumps, Sammy’s surrender, and the finishing move that saw MJF send Chris Jericho hurtling over 10-feet from the top of the cage to the stage below.
12/05/202154 minutes 13 seconds
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The Bedlam & Barbed Wire Behind Dark Side Of The Ring

The critically-acclaimed series, “Dark Side of the Ring,” just returned for season 3 on VICE TV, and creators Evan Husney and Jason Eisener are back to talk about some of the topics and talent covered in the 14-episode run. They tackle everything from the story of Steve Austin’s late tag team partner Brian Pillman to the infamous WWE “Plane Ride From Hell” to FMW to Death Match wrestling star Nick Gage to Jericho’s former Smokey Mountain Wrestling roommate Bruiser Bedlam to the WWE steroid trials. They reveal how they got Vince McMahon’s top lawyer, Jerry McDevitt, to sit down for the steroid episode, how they convinced Steve Austin to talk about Brian Pillman, why they were so surprised by Jon Moxley’s interview, and which episode was the hardest to get cleared for broadcast. They speak to finding balance in some of the more heartbreaking stories (like Dynamite Kid and Chris Kanyon), their favorite moments that ended up on the cutting room floor, and their remaining wish list of gu
07/05/20211 hour 5 minutes 28 seconds
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The Manson Family Goes Helter Skelter

Everybody knows the story of cult leader Charles Manson and the Manson Family murders, but “Crime Weekly’s” Stephanie Harlowe joins to share a more-detailed look at Charles Manson as a person, and what led him to become a violent murderer and cult leader. She sheds light on his early childhood and upbringing, and his personality and how he was able to manipulate young girls in the 60s to joining the family. She has insight into Manson’s unlikely friendship with Dennis Wilson of the Beach Boys, Manson’s dream of becoming a rock star and why that never happened despite Dennis Wilson’s help, and the story behind Manson and famous record producer Terry Melcher. And of course she details the gruesome Tate and LaBianca murders committed by the Manson family in Los Angeles, what motivated the killings, and how the Family was eventually captured. Plus, Stephanie has crazy stories from the subsequent trials and sentencing that followed.
05/05/20211 hour 10 minutes 37 seconds
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The Burning Love of Elvis Impersonators

Hear the story of how Elvis came to join the Inner Circle! Ok, so it’s really Elvis impersonator Travis Allen who filmed that great scene-stealing cameo in the Inner Circle’s version of The Hangover last Summer in Vegas! Travis explains how he landed the coveted part, what it was like hanging out with the boys, and what was his favorite part of the whole experience. He also recounts his journey to become Elvis, which songs are the hardest to sing, why he loves Elvis groupies, and what it’s like to being married to Lady Gaga! Plus, he shares sideburn mishaps, the cost of custom Elvis jumpsuits, the real story behind “thank you, thank you very much,” his fav Elvis movies, and the most popular Elvis song when it comes to Vegas weddings! And yes, he can officiate your ceremony! 
30/04/202155 minutes 47 seconds
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Five Rounds with Chuck Liddell

UFC Hall of Famer and former Light Heavyweight Champ, Chuck Liddell, shares stories about some of his biggest fights and opponents including Tito Ortiz, and his two legendary bouts with Randy Couture. Chuck explains what it means to cut weight, how he used to do it quickly (wearing plastic suits on airplanes no less), and how a single knock-out put him on the map. He has thoughts on Dana White, filming Ultimate Fighter, competing on Dancing With The Stars, and being called a “Sherman Tank.” He recounts his early days in MMA, and what it took to make the sport a household name. And he’s talking all about his brand-new podcast, “Icebreakers,” which he cohosts with comedian Adam Ray! Check it out every Monday! 
28/04/202150 minutes 52 seconds
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Rich Swann's Rebellion

Impact World Champion Rich Swann defends his title this Sunday, April 25th, at the Rebellion PPV against AEW World Heavyweight Champion Kenny Omega. It’s a match 15-years in the making, and Rich explains what it means for him personally as well as for the wrestling business in general. He talks mental and physical toughness, adapting his high-flying style for the rigors of a heavyweight match, and how he almost gave up on his wrestling dream a few years ago. Rich shares the adversity he overcame as a youth in Baltimore after his father was murdered and his mother passed away after battling mental illness. He speaks to pursuing your dreams, his early days training in Maryland, his WWE run at both NXT and 205 Live, and what he loves about Don Callis, Scott D’Amore, and Impact Wrestling.
23/04/202159 minutes 33 seconds
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The Mystery of Sasquatch & Murder Mountain

“Sasquatch” is the brand-new, three-part documentary series directed by Joshua Rofe that premiered on Hulu yesterday (April 20, 2021). It’s a murder-mystery, true crime thriller that takes place on a marijuana farm in the infamous Emerald Triangle area of Northern California, and involves Big Foot! Josh Rofe explains how he and journalist David Holthouse investigated and documented the 1993 triple homicide allegedly perpetrated by Sasquatch! He shares what they uncovered in journey, how it literally became a life and death situation for them at some points, what the notorious Patterson Gimlin film has to do with their investigation, and why Josh wasn’t convinced until the project was nearly complete that they actually had something worthy of release. Josh also talks about the Duplass Brothers involvement, the use of animation, his own exploration of the Sasquatch community, and how they managed to get participants to appear on film. 
21/04/202143 minutes 58 seconds
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Riki Rachtman Is Ballin At The Cathouse

Riki Rachtman co-founded the infamous Cathouse in Hollywood with his friend Taime Downe from the band Faster Pussycat. Guns N Roses was the house band, Alice Cooper asked to play there on Halloween, Motley Crue were club fixtures, and a drunk David Bowie nearly got beat up one night by Axl Rose. The Cathouse was THE place to be in Hollywood in the late 80s and early 90s, and people lined up around the block hoping to get in! Riki shares some of those legendary stories about the club, how and why he started it, and how that success turned into a hosting gig for MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball. Riki also tells tales about visiting a water park with Alice In Chains, Nirvana’s uncomfortably weird appearance on the Ball, and why Riki had to publicly apologize to Stone Temple Pilots! Plus, Riki just brought The Ball back, and you can see its 4-episode limited run starting this Saturday night (April 17th) at 9pm Eastern on the FREE Gimme Metal app!
16/04/20211 hour 8 minutes 24 seconds
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Steve Austin Studies His Stone Cold Classic Matches

Steve Austin and Chris Jericho kicked the Forbidden Door open on the Broken Skull Sessions, and continue the conversation here with a detailed look at Stone Cold’s career! They breakdown a bunch of his memorable matches including some with Ricky Steamboat, Ravishing Rick Rude, Barry Windham, and Chris Benoit. Steve speaks extensively about his former tag team partner Brian Pillman and their run as the Hollywood Blonds, and his feud with Mr. McMahon and what Vince was really like in the ring. He also recalls Wrestlemania 13 and the double turn with Bret Hart, and his three Wrestlemania main event matches with The Rock. 
14/04/20211 hour 12 minutes 27 seconds
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The80s Metal Scene Was Nuthin But A Good Time

Authors Tom Beaujour & Rich Bienstock captured the rise and fall of one of the most storied eras in rock & roll history in their new book, “Nothin’ But A Good Time: The Uncensored History of the ‘80s Hard Rock Explosion.” They document the exploding hard metal scene on the Sunset Strip in the 80s, stuff of legend, epitomized by the image, reputation, and music of the notorious bad boys of metal, Motley Crue. They explore flyer’ing culture, pay-to-play, competition and camaraderie, the birth of grunge, and the abrupt end to a style of music that was all but cancelled by the early 90s. Tom & Rich share stories from their interviews with Ozzy Osbourne, Poison, Warrant, Dokken, Trixter, Motley Crue, Bon Jovi, Twisted Sister, Skid Row, Winger, Faster Pussycat, producer Howard Benson, famous music manager Cliff Burnstein, and scores of roadies, label execs, sound engineers, and security guards. You’ll hear about the practical joke that Dokken played on producer Tom Werman, Slash’s failed
09/04/20211 hour 8 minutes 7 seconds
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Every Time I Die with The Butcher & The Blade

The Butcher (aka Andy Williams) & The Blade (aka Pepper Parks) both hail from Buffalo, New York, and met through Andy’s bandmates in Every Time I Die. The two talk about the origins of their tag team, how they found themselves in AEW, and what it was like to have job security through the pandemic (thanks to Tony Khan)! Blade recounts his time at Impact wrestling as Braxton Sutter, his 20-years on the indie scene, backyard wrestling, and what it meant to sign with AEW. Andy explains what prompted him to start wrestling late in life, how a bad match with Jon Moxley on AEW Dark led to a complete lifestyle change for him, the advice he got from Tully Blanchard, and why he considers The Butcher & The Blade to be the workhorse tag team of AEW. They also tell the story of their gimmick, including the meaning of the monocle and mask, and who came up with the idea to make their AEW debut from under the ring. Plus, Andy shares an update on the new Every Time I Die album, and the band’s tour p
07/04/20211 hour 12 minutes 1 second
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Christian Cage Is All Elite... But Don't Call It A Comeback

Christian Cage is All Elite! And what a surprise it proved to be, not just for fans, but for Christian himself. The newest AEW superstar talks about his AEW debut at the Revolution PPV, and what both Jon Moxley and Tony Khan said to convince him to sign. He details his journey back to the ring including the extensive medical tests and the strict fitness and nutrition regimen he started long before AEW was even an idea. He shares the story of his surprise appearance at this year’s Royal Rumble, his moment in the ring with former tag partner, Edge, and why that didn’t lead to a longer term deal with WWE. He also talks about his first true match back after being away from wrestling for 7 years, and why Frankie Kazarian was the perfect opponent. He explains why “Out Work Everyone” is more than just a clever catchphrase, and what he hopes to accomplish in the final chapter of his in-ring career. Plus, Christian and Jericho remember some of their many collaborations and matches at WWE, in
02/04/20211 hour 5 minutes 3 seconds
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The Kings Of Pain Feel The Sting... Literally!

What does it feel like to get bit by a reticulated python or stung by a giant Asian centipede? Adam Thorn and Rob Alleva of History Channel’s “Kings Of Pain” know exactly how that feels, along with stings from a bark scorpion, a warrior wasp, a tarantula hawk, and harvester ants! They’ve also been bitten by a lion fish, and a piranha, and survived the secretion of a rove beetle. And they’re sharing all the creepy, gross details of why they traveled the world from Bolivia to Bali to Mexico just to torture themselves! They detail the comprehensive pain index that scored each of the dangerous interactions, the late reactions and hospital trips that were involved on a couple of occasions, how they prepared themselves for each encounter, why going last wasn’t always best, and the stuff that didn’t make the episodes… like being chased by hippos on the Nile! They also answer the oh-so-important questions – will there be a second season, and if so, what crazy creatures are they hoping to su
31/03/20211 hour 5 minutes 6 seconds
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Classic Album Clash - The Police "Outlandos d'Amour" vs "Synchronicity"

The Classic Album Clash returns and this time the debate centers on The Police! Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante, music industry vet Paul Gargano, and Rybo from The Winnipeggers join to discuss “Outlandos d’Amour,” the debut album from The Police, versus the band’s last studio album together, “Synchronicity.” They examine cover art, songwriting, production, and set lists, and of course do the expected track-by-track breakdown, ultimately voting on which album is best. There’s plenty of trivia and stories along the way, including anecdotes about the fist-fights and acrimonious sessions that plagued The Police, backstage details from the 2007-2008 reunion tour, why there were 36 different covers for the “Synchronicity” album, and the MTV videos played ad nauseum in the 80s. There’s also discussion about The Beatles influence on The Police, The Police’s influence on Rush, Sting’s pretentious song lyrics, and the very underrated guitar playing of one Andy Summers.
26/03/20211 hour 32 minutes 34 seconds
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Dean Malenko Stretches Parkinson's Disease

Dean Malenko returns to talk about his decision to leave WWE after spending 19 years behind-the-scenes as a producer/agent, and explain why coming to AEW was such an easy decision to make. He speaks to the younger talent he thinks will be big superstars in the coming years, and who he’s really enjoyed working with so far at AEW (Darby Allin & Ricky Starks). He’s talking about Rey Mysterio because it was basically Dean who put Rey on the map in the United States, and AEW’s Rey Fenix whom he calls “a modern day Mysterio.” Dean’s also telling stories about Vince McMahon, Eddie Guerrero, and his time in Japan working with the British Bulldogs, Stan Hansen, and Bruiser Brody. But the primary reason for Dean Malenko’s return visit is to discuss something else happening in his life, something he’s actually been dealing with for the last 6-plus years, and that’s Parkinsons disease! Dean recalls his diagnosis, explains what Parkinson’s is and what it’s been like to live with the disorder, an
24/03/20211 hour 32 seconds
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I Went To High School With A Serial Killer - by Chris Jericho

Serial killer Rob Chaulk was a classmate of Chris Jericho’s and used to play gin rummy with Chris and some other guys after school! One day Rob didn’t show up for the card game, and when the reason for their absence was revealed a couple days later, it was unbelievable! Rob and another classmate, Darren Morrissette, had broken into a home and killed a man… and didn’t serve a day in jail for their crime! Winnipeg journalist Dave Baxter, who covered the story, shares the crazy details that led to no jail time for the two then 15-year-old boys, what happened to Rob in the years following that made him a serial killer, and how another infamous Canadian murderer, Vince Lee, is tied to Rob Chaulk. 
19/03/202153 minutes 3 seconds
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No More BS For Paul Wight

It’s “No More BS” with the latest AEW superstar signee, Paul Wight! Paul reveals what prompted him to leave WWE after 23 years, how his last conversation went with Vince McMahon, and why it was so easy to sign with AEW! Paul talks about his string of matches with Braun Strowman, the failed WWE storyline he pitched with Justin Bieber and John Cena, WWE’s reaction to Paul’s proposed Big Show Burger idea, and why his Netflix comedy, “The Big Show Show,” didn’t get a season 2 pickup. Paul also reveals the AEW wrestlers he most excited to work with, what he thinks about the AEW locker room, and his initial reaction to Tony Khan’s request that he do commentary!
17/03/20211 hour 1 minute 44 seconds
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The Ballad of Jimmy Crockett

Tony Schiavone and Dave Meltzer from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter return to pay tribute to legendary wrestling promoter, Jim Crockett Jr, who passed away March 3rd. They tell the story of the rise of Crockett Promotions, how and when Jimmy took over the business after his father died, the arrival of Dusty Rhodes as booker, Ric Flair’s incredible popularity, why Crockett’s expansion with the purchase of the UWF from Bill Watts was really the beginning of the end, and the fight against the WWF. There are tales about the exorbitant private plane trips, the Starcade Sabotage by Vince McMahon, the battle for TV airtime, and the Dark Ages of Wrestling. Plus, Tony Schiavone shares personal stories about working for the Crocketts, and recounts his final conversation with Jimmy just days before he died. 
12/03/20211 hour 16 minutes 38 seconds
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KISS vs Aerosmith vs Cheap Trick vs Starz

What’s the connection between KISS, Aerosmith, Cheap Trick, and Starz, and how were they able to make such an impact on rock and roll? Former Editor-In-Chief of Spin magazing, Doug Brod, shares what he discovered in writing his new book, “They Just Seem A Little Weird: How KISS, Cheap Trick, Aerosmith and Starz Remade Rock and Roll.” He’s sharing all of the crazy ways these four bands crossed paths, intersected with each other, and in some cases laid the foundation for bands that followed. He’s got stories about some of their feuds (within the bands themselves and amongst each other), who’s friends with who to this day, and who’s not, and why he included the little-known band, Starz, in this legendary grouping. He explains who Starz is, why KISS weren’t especially thrilled with them, and why they never really made it big. Plus, Doug and Chris dissect stage shows, performances, song writing, and the real rivalry that existed between them. And you’ll hear why it was The Ramones and no
10/03/202158 minutes 56 seconds
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MJF Buries Everybody!

The soon-to-be newly-crowned AEW World Tag Team Champions, Chris Jericho & MJF, reveal their game plan for taking down the current champs, the Young Bucks, at #AEWRevolution on Sunday. They also congratulate each other on the award-winning Dinner Debonair, air their grievances against Jon Moxley, recount the big betrayal by (and subsequent beatdown of) Papa Buck, discuss MJF joining the Inner Circle, and how they feel about former teammate “He Who Shall Not Be Named” but who’s name rhymes with Gammy Suevara. And, if you listen closely, you might also hear a possible MJF breakdown, Jungle Boy get buried, the hottest new place to visit in Jacksonville, a couple of shots at Orange Cassidy, some wardrobe tips for Ricky Starks, a word of advice to Sting, the reason why Wardlow’s pay keeps getting docked, and a prediction about the next G.O.A.T. in professional wrestling (hint: his initials are M.J.F.).
05/03/202159 minutes 36 seconds
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Kuarantine Takes Off The Makeup

Kuarantine is bassist PJ Farley of Trixter fame, Klassik ‘78’s Joe McGinness on guitar, Luke Bryan drummer Kent Slucher, and singer Chris Jericho! They only do 80’s-era KISS with no makeup and with special guest guitarist Bruce Kulick who originally played on the songs! Discover how this band came together, how they chose the songs to cover (“No No No,” “Heart Of Chrome,” and “Love’s A Deadly Weapon”), how they got Bruce Kulick to join them for the “Heart Of Chrome” video, and all the KISS Easter Eggs in the new “Love’s A Deadly Weapon” video. You’ll also hear about the first time they all met in-person, the behind-the-scenes stories about the flaming hoop and ball of fire, and when you might be able to rock with Kuarantine live!
03/03/20211 hour 16 minutes
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STALLONE - Frank, That Is

He’s got a Golden Globe nomination, a Grammy nomination, three platinum albums, and over 75 movies and TV show credits to his name, and people still call him “Rocky’s brother!” And now Frank Stallone’s telling his own life story in the new documentary, “Stallone: Frank, That Is,” available now on video-on-demand and wherever you stream content!  Frank talks about making the doc, having his famous friends like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Duff McKagan, Richie Sambora, and actor Billy Zane participate, and what it was like hearing his brother Sly’s take on his career. Plus, Frank shares stories about getting the part in “Rocky,” landing songs on the “Staying Alive” soundtrack, boxing Geraldo Rivera, competing on Hulk Hogan’s “Celebrity Wrestling Championship” reality series, co-starring in a movie with Academy Award-winning actor Martin Landau, and starting a band with John Oates of Hall & Oates fame. 
26/02/202159 minutes 49 seconds
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Unrivaled - AEW Action Figures Come To Life

Jeremy Padawer, longtime wrestling fan and partner in Jazwares, is the man behind the toy company producing the AEW action figure line! Jeremy explains how the partnership came together, what we can expect from AEW Unrivaled Series 4, 5, and future lines, and why he’s doing a second printing of Series 1. He describes how the figures are made today, and how much the process differs from when he was working with WWE on their action figure lines. He also talks collectible cards, most coveted and valuable items (including a 1993 Topps Mexico Corazon de Leon card, and a 1982 Andre The Giant Wrestling All Stars card), and a why a certain Ric Flair action figure is his favorite. He also addresses the slow shipping during the pandemic, where else the AEW toy line will be available this Spring, and which AEW talent he’s looking forward to making figures for next.
24/02/20211 hour 5 minutes 10 seconds
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Terrifying Tales In The Cecil Hotel

Jay Wasley from “Ghost Adventures” on DiscoveryPlus shares all kinds of creepy stories from their investigation into the infamous, haunted Cecil Hotel in downtown Los Angeles! The Cecil is the subject of a new documentary on Netflix, “Crime Scene: Vanishing At The Cecil Hotel,” which explores the weird circumstances around Elisa Lam’s disappearance and death. Was it murder, suicide, or something more sinister and otherworldly? Well Jay, Zak Bagans and “Ghost Adventures” did their own 10-day investigation, and have their own theories about what might have happened to Elisa Lam!  They also investigated other gruesome murders, suicides, and strange occurrences at the Cecil, including the room where serial killer Richard Ramirez lived while terrorizing Southern California in the late-80s. Wait till you hear what they experienced in that room! Jay also talks about what happened when he spent some time by himself in the Cecil’s basement! It’ll make your skin crawl! Plus, Jay recounts his
19/02/20211 hour 1 minute 23 seconds
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Nick Dinsmore vs Eugene

Nick Dinsmore has plenty to say about his popular run as Eugene at WWE! He has stories about traveling with William Regal, pinning Vince McMahon, acting as GM of RAW, and his Wrestlemania moment in Los Angeles. He explains what inspired the Eugene character, how he pitched it to Vince, and why Eugene’s run ended. Nick also recalls his early wrestling days at OVW with Danny Davis and Jim Cornette, and what it was like being there when John Cena, Bautista, Randy Orton and Brock Lesnar first got started. Plus, Nick was a coach at the Performance Center for a few years, and now runs his own Mid-West All Pro Wrestling school and promotion in Sioux Fall, South Dakota. 
17/02/202152 minutes 3 seconds
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Searching the UFO Skies with Ryan Sprague

It’s all about UFOs, alien sightings, and close encounters with “Mysteries Decoded” host and investigator, Ryan Sprague! Ryan’s sharing case studies from his book, “Somewhere in the Skies: A Human Approach to an Alien Phenomenon,” and he covers everything from a UFO occurrence at a local Ohio movie theater to astronauts’ tales about paranormal experiences in space to extraterrestrial contact on a rural farm in Tennessee! Ryan also talks Area 51, Project Blue Book, life on Venus, Navy fighter pilots’ UFO reports, recent media coverage of UFOs, and the government’s changing stance on acknowledging alien existence.
12/02/20211 hour 3 minutes 38 seconds
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DDP Is Relentless

Diamond Dallas Page returns with his killer charisma, boundless energy, relentless spirit, and amazing stories about his final match at AEW, working with the Nightmare Family, developing a great friendship with Ric Flair post-wrestling, and his “guy, Dusty Rhodes.” DDP also talks about his new documentary “Relentless” (available now on Amazon Prime), which tells the inspiring, true story about DDP’s life-changing DDPYoga program.
10/02/20211 hour 12 minutes 56 seconds
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The Best/Worst Movie Ever: The Room vs Troll 2

“The Room” and “Troll 2” are the two best worst movies ever made, and their stars, Greg Sestero (“The Room”) and George Hardy (“Troll 2”), agree! The twosome along with “CYST” producer Travis Ayers share stories about the making of the films, how they each got involved, what things were like on the set, the shoestring budgets attached to each movie, and the surprise cult followings that developed in the 20+ years since both were released. George speaks to the documentary about “Troll 2” called “Best Worst Movie” that has since made him famous, and Greg talks about writing “The Disaster Artist” which chronicles the making of “The Room,” and then having James Franco and Seth Rogan turn Greg’s book into a feature film. Plus, Travis Ayers explains who he managed to get both Greg and George to star in his new movie, “Cyst!” And… The Winnipeggers return to take part in the Valentine’s Day Trivia Contest hosted by Steven Singer of Steven Singer Jewelers, and vie for a chance to win a covet
05/02/20211 hour 16 minutes 42 seconds
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Tony Khan Is Dynamite!

Tony Khan returns to talk everything AEW, and provide a candid look inside his creative process for “Dynamite,” and how he collaborates with everyone from CJ to Kenny Omega to Cody to the Young Bucks. TK explains how Comedy Central’s “South Park” and “The Late Show” inspired some of his creative decisions, why it was so important for him to agent the Darby Allin vs Will Hobbs Dark match himself, what it took to bring Sting to AEW, and why it was so important to get the Brodie Lee Tribute episode perfect! Tony speaks to signing new talent during the pandemic including Eddie Kingston, Ricky Starks, and Brian Cage, the adjustments he made to Matt Hardy and Brodie Lee’s pandemic debuts, and the steps he took to be able to welcome fans safely back to Daily’s Place. Plus, TK reveals the significance of the May 6th episode of “Dynamite,” and everything that resulted from that single episode of TV.
03/02/20211 hour 14 minutes 49 seconds
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The Will & Power of Will Hobbs

Will Hobbs is living his dream at AEW! He’s also living his brother’s dream, and explains why it was so important to make it in wrestling after his brother died taking a bullet for him. Will talks about being raised by his grandparents in the tough East Palo Alto neighborhood that wasn’t too far from the legendary Cow Palace, going to wrestling shows as a kid, dressing up as Sting, collecting action figures, and finally entering wrestling school. He recounts cold-calling Booker T to train at his school, his WWE tryout, and his journey to AEW. Will also talks about meeting Sting, learning from Taz, and the great feedback he got from Mr. Brodie Lee.
29/01/202158 minutes 9 seconds
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Inside The Evil Minds of Serial Killers

Bill Birnes has a PhD on serial killer psychology, and co-authored the book, “The Riverman,” which tells the story of serial killer Ted Bundy’s involvement in the apprehension of Green River Killer Gary Ridgway. He takes us inside the mind of some of the most notorious killers in history, including Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, and Black Dahlia killer George Hodel. He offers some insight into how their minds work, what motivates them, how they managed to evade law enforcement, and what ultimately brought many of them down. Bill also talks about some of the most infamous female serial killers, and explains why serial killings have been on decline in the last decade, and what’s replaced them.
27/01/20211 hour 14 seconds
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Remembering Chris Kanyon Kast

Chris Kanyon was instrumental in Shane “Hurricane” Helms getting signed to WCW, and landing the part as David Arquette’s stunt double in the movie “Ready To Rumble.” He was a favorite of The Undertaker when he got to WWE, and could work anyone from Big Show to Rey Mysterio. Chris Kanyon also struggled with his sexuality as a gay wrestler in a time when the world (and the wrestling biz) wasn’t so accepting, and he battled bi-polar disorder which ultimately contributed to him taking his own life in 2010. Chris Kaynon’s close friends, Shane “Hurricane” Helms and Diamond Dallas Page, along with his childhood friend Rafael Morfi, join Jericho to pay tribute to their friend with stories from Kanyon’s days in WCW, WWE, and the final years of his life. 
22/01/20211 hour 7 minutes 27 seconds
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Seduced Inside The NXIVM Cult with India Oxenberg

India Oxenberg survived the notorious NXIVM slave cult, and is telling her story on TIJ, and in a brand-new documentary on Starz called, “Seduced: Inside The NXIVM Cult.” She explains how she was recruited to NXIVM, what made her so susceptible, how they used “collateral” and food to control members, and what ultimately made her leave. India talks about her relationship with founder Keith Raniere, her master, actress Allison Mack, how they convinced her to brand Keith’s initials on her hip, and what it’s been like to get her life back. She also speaks to attending Keith’s sentencing in New York, the importance of publicly sharing her story, and all her mother, actress Catherine Oxenberg, did (and is still doing) to help India and other cult members escape NXIVM and get their lives back.
20/01/202158 minutes 59 seconds
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99 Reasons Why Anna Jay is the Queenslayer of AEW

Anna Jay is number 99 in the Dark Order, a number given to her by the late, great Brodie Lee. Anna talks about joining the Dark Order, the impact that Brodie had on her career, the lessons she learned from him, how she was able to keep a straight face during all those BTE vignettes, and the Dark Order’s future. Anna also talks wrestling school, her AEW Dynamite debut against Hikaru Shida, her Brodie Lee Tribute show tag match with Tay Conti, the hilarious John Silver, and who’s upped her in-ring game. Plus, Anna lists her favorite AEW matches to date, and what it meant to her to be part of the Nightmare Family beatdown that led to Brodie Lee’s TNT Championship victory.
15/01/202149 minutes 41 seconds
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The Forecast & Future of COVID-19 for 2021 with Dr. Alex Patel

Dr. Alex Patel, a critical care ICU doctor based in Toronto, Canada, has been on the frontlines of the coronavirus since the pandemic’s first days, and has treated the sickest patients. He returns to talk about what the healthcare industry has learned about the virus in the last 10 months, the winter COVID surge, the ongoing importance of mask-wearing and social distancing, his thoughts on community lockdowns, and the hope he has for the future. He also educates on the vaccines, explaining the differences between the three (Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca), and shares why he was eager to get vaccinated, including what the first dose has been like for him. Plus, he speaks to the suspected origin of COVID19, why he expects to see another pandemic in this lifetime, and this year’s near absence of influenza.
13/01/202157 minutes 40 seconds
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Cody Rhodes Goes Big With AEW

Cody Rhodes had a pair of great matches, including a dog collar match, with Brodie Lee just before Brodie’s tragic passing. Cody talks about planning those two matches, how NJPW’s Big Van Vader vs Inoki factored into the squash, the back-up plan for the dog collar match, and why it’s so bittersweet for him to have had the last match of Brodie’s career. Cody also speaks to AEW Dynamite’s first year, the pros and cons, what Dynamite can do better in year 2, his hopes for AEW as a company in 2021, and why he loves his job as EVP. Plus, Cody details his experience on the new TBS series, “Go Big Show,” including what it was like to film in a quarantine situation, working with fellow judges Jennifer Nettles, Snoop Dogg, and Rosario Dawson, and why he believes the show deserves a second season.
08/01/20211 hour 3 minutes 45 seconds
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The Conspiracies of 2020

David Weiss of the Flat Earth Podcast returns to talk about conspiracies of 2020 which include everything from COVID19 to QAnon, and of course the Flat Earth! He shares his thoughts on the pandemic (and why it’s not a real pandemic), what he thinks about the vaccines and the vaccination process, depopulation theories, and the great deception! He talks about QAnon and Q Drops, the importance of “waking people up,” and how the Flat Earth philosophy completely changed his life.
06/01/20211 hour 7 minutes 27 seconds
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Brodie Lee - A Celebration of Life

The world lost the great Jon Huber (aka AEW’s Mr. Brodie Lee and WWE’s Luke Harper) unexpectedly on December 26th, and so today, many members of his AEW family come together to celebrate his life!  Chris Harrington, Brodie’s childhood friend from Rochester, NY, and current AEW Vice President of Business Strategy recalls their backyard wrestling shows. Brandi Rhodes remembers the first time she and Cody met Jon on the indie scene or “shindies” as Brodie called them. Marko Stunt shares the story about the picture he posted of himself and Brodie on Instagram. Evil Uno and Stu Grayson talk about Brodie coming to AEW to lead their group The Dark Order, and not being able to be part of it for the 1st three months because they were stuck in Canada unable to travel due to the pandemic. Excalibur and referee Bryce Remsburg recall their time with Brodie on the indies. Arn Anderson explains why he refuses to call Jon “Luke Harper,” and what it was like for him during his final days at WWE, and
01/01/20212 hours 11 minutes 16 seconds
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I'm Too Old For This Shit - The Heavy Metal Fairy Tale of Siren

Heavy metal band Siren are living, breathing proof that dreams can and do come true at any age! And now there’s a documentary called “I’m Too Old For This Shit – A Heavy Metal Fairy Tale,” produced by Chris Jericho, that chronicles their unlikely 30-year journey from early-80s struggling band in Brandon, Florida to playing the Keep It True Festival in Germany in 2018. Original drummer Ed Aborn, singer Doug Lee, and new guitarist Todd Grubbs, explain how what it took to put the band back together, rehearse, and play the show of a lifetime. Ed and Doug remember Siren’s early days and releases, what broke them up in 1984, and the fan base they never knew they had. Plus, they describe what it was it was like filming the documentary, and seeing the finished film for the first time! It’s a heartwarming, feel good story to offer a bit of hope and inspiration to this horrible year.
29/12/20201 hour 8 minutes 21 seconds
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Le Q&A for Le Champion - Live On The Jericho Cruise

Happy holidays! It’s a special treat delivered straight from the 2020 Jericho Cruise – a fan Q&A for Christmas! Chris answered a bunch of questions that covered everything from WCW to AEW to the Festival of Friendship and Fozzy. He talked about career catch phrases that bombed, the inspiration for the Painmaker makeup, pro wrestlers who should have been bigger stars than they were, Kevin Smith movies, and Dean Ambrose. Plus, you’ll find out why Bryan Adams is still “just okay.”
25/12/202058 minutes 37 seconds
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Classic Album Clash - Anthrax's "Disease" vs "Among"... with Anthrax!

Merry freakin’ everything! And how’s this for a holiday gift?! It’s the return of the Classic Album Clash, and for the first time ever, actual members of the band who made two said albums are taking part in the great debate! Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian and drummer Charlie Benante join CJ and Eddie Trunk to discuss “Spreading The Disease” and “Among The Living.”  And yes, they actually pick favorite songs on the albums! They also share amazing behind-the-scenes stories about the making of both records, including working with super producer Eddie Kramer in the Bahamas, and what inspired the music videos for “Spreading The Disease” and “Madhouse” (which was banned from MTV). And Eddie Trunk who happened to work for Megaforce Records (Anthrax label at the time) has a unique perspective on watching the band’s success and popularity explode in the 80s. Might just be the best CAC EEEVVVEERRR!
23/12/20201 hour 56 minutes 28 seconds
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Kenny Omega and Don Callis Make AEW History

Three guys from Winnipeg are revolutionizing the wrestling industry, and making history in the process! Kenny Omega, Don Callis, and CJ discuss their recent impact (pun intended) on the biz, the origins of this master plan, the painstaking way in which Kenny’s current AEW World Championship has been brought to fruition, and what Kenny’s Uncle, the “Golden Sheik” had to do with any of it! Kenny and Don also talk “next level consciousness,” the big Bullet Club reunion coming in January, the Good Brothers Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, the future of AEW, and the Tokyo Dome. 
18/12/202059 minutes 26 seconds
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Ted Irvine - 30 Years of Wrestling With Jericho

The 30 Years of Jericho celebration wraps up with this special episode with Ted Irvine! He was there from the beginning, literally, and shares his recollections of CJ’s career! He remembers when Chris first told him that he wanted to pursue wrestling, the road trip they took to Calgary to check out the Hart Brothers wrestling school, his first introduction to and impression of Lance Storm, and some of the scary phone calls he received over the years. Ted also recounts his relationship with Vince McMahon, what the Big Show said to him the first time they met, and what it was like seeing CJ wrestle at Ted’s old stomping grounds, Madison Square Garden. Plus, he shares some of his fav matches, his fav wrestlers, and the moment he knew his son would make it in the business.
16/12/20201 hour 18 minutes 40 seconds
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Angus Young & Brian Johnson Power Up!

Angus Young and Brian Johnson of AC/DC “Power Up” TIJ with a special episode in celebration of the release of the new AC/DC album, “Power Up” (available now at The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers talk Malcolm Young and his contributions to the new record, Malcolm’s role in the band, and having Stevie Young step in for Mal on rhythm guitar. Angus shares stories about Phil Rudd’s return, losing Bon Scott, Ozzy Osbourne, Eddie Van Halen, playing with The Rolling Stones, the Hell’s Bell stage prop, and the crazy crowd at River Plate! Plus, Brian talks about his famous Geordie hat, ACDC’s stage presence, his favorite song to sing live, and filming the new video for “Demon Fire!”
14/12/202047 minutes 7 seconds
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KISS Animalize Live - 36th Anniversary Watchalong

It’s the 36th Anniversary of the KISS “Animalize Live Uncensored” concert, so that means it’s watchalong time with KISS fanatics (and likely KISS Army members) Chris, Fozzy drummer Frank Fontsere, the mysterious Chris L. from the “Pod of Thunder” podcast, and ZO2 drummer extraordinaire Joey Cassata! Grab a drink, crank up the sound from the infamous Cobo Hall in Detroit Rock City, and watch with the guys as they breakdown performances, the set list, the stage setup, Paul’s vocals, Gene’s bass playing, and all the classic solos! They’ve got trivia, KISS stories of their own, and thoughts on Bruce “Spruce” Kulick’s first-ever KISS performance! 
11/12/20201 hour 41 minutes 40 seconds
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Pat Patterson Is Pro Wrestling's Jedi Master

Pat Patterson was Chris Jericho’s wrestling guru, a skilled singles worker and tag team wrestler during his performance days, and the creator of the Battle Royal! He was a great karaoke singer, loved comedy, and spent years behind-the-scenes at WWE as an agent and coach. Dave Meltzer from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter joins to remember Pat’s days in the San Francisco Territory working for Roy Shire, why he ultimately left, and the stops he made a long the way to WWE. Chris and Dave talk about Pat’s relationship with Vince McMahon, Pat championing The Rock, Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels, whether Pat knew about the Montreal Screwjob, and his lasting legacy in the business.
09/12/20201 hour 13 minutes 52 seconds
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Christian Metal Pioneers Bloodgood... Detonate!

The new Bloodgood documentary “Trenches Of Rock” is available at, and chronicles the band’s 30+ year career! Founding bassist Michael Bloodgood and singer Les Carlsen talk about the band’s early days, how they formed and came up with the name, what it was like playing their first-ever gig opening for Stryper, and the stigma they faced as a Christian Metal band. They share stories about writing and recording the “Detonation” album, the 9-month long tour that followed, and the stage set and props that made up the “Shakin’ The World” show. They also speak to the band’s current resurgence, having Stryper’s Oz Fox play with them, and their future plans.
04/12/20201 hour 10 minutes 55 seconds
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QT Marshall - The Unsung Hero of AEW

QT Marshall is half of the Natural Nightmares tag team with Dustin Rhodes, and he’s also the behind-the-scenes rock star of AEW! QT’s talking about his journey to AEW which includes a near-detour through WWE, a stint on the indies, and a couple of stops at Ring of Honor. He shares what inspired him to start a wrestling school in Atlanta, how that came to serve as the pandemic filming location for AEW Dynamite at the beginning of the national shutdown, and some of his students who are now AEW talent! Hear how a road trip to All In Chicago turned into a huge career opportunity for QT, which wrestlers most influenced his style, and what he considers some of his best and favorite matches. Plus, QT pulls back the curtain on what it takes to get AEW Dynamite on the air every Wednesday night on TNT!
02/12/20201 hour 4 minutes 13 seconds
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The Young Bucks Are Killing The Podcast

Matt and Nick Jackson return with tales from their new book, “Killing The Business From Back Yards To The Big Leagues” (available now at Hear how Matt superkicked Nick’s teeth out as kids, and broke their younger brother’s arm with an errant leg drop. They talk about the wrestling ring their dad built them in their backyard and how they turned that “backyard wrestling” into a legit promotion. They share stories about their friendship with Chris Kanyon, why they refuse to watch their PWG match against Bryan Danielson and Roderick Strong, the rise of The Bullet Club in Japan, building and growing their merch business, Hot Topic, and the greatest lesson they learned along their journey to AEW.
27/11/20201 hour 11 minutes 45 seconds
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The Distant Memories of Dream Theater

Dream Theater guitarist John Petrucci and singer James LaBrie bring the live concert experience directly to your home with the brand new live album and film, “Distant Memories: Live In London” (out this Friday)! The band was on our when the pandemic hit, and the guys talk about what it was like to try to get home to the States, and then to continually cancel dates as the pandemic got worse and wore on. They talk about the time Dream Theater’s show at The Palace in Hollywood got shut down by the fire marshall, the impact that Rush and Neil Peart has had on their music and career, and why Eddie Van Halen’s passing hit them so hard too. They also tell some great behind-the-scenes stories about the making of “Scenes From A Memory,” including the reason why the entire album had to be remixed at the last minute! And of course, they’re working on new music, and tease when that may be ready for release. Plus, John talks about reuniting with original DT drummer Mike Portnoy on John’s solo al
25/11/20201 hour 11 minutes 40 seconds
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Court Bauer Talks MLW & WWE

MLW Founder Court Bauer returns with tales about MJF, Vince McMahon, Jericho, and WWE! He shares stories from his two-years working as a writer in Vince McMahon’s creative braintrust, including behind-the-scenes details about Mickey Rourke’s appearance, Jericho’s surprise return to WWE in 2007, the Smackdown writers’ room, and a legendary Dusty Rhodes creative pitch. Court remembers the Gary Albright Memorial Show, Vince’s love of dick and fart jokes, and how much Court was helped by Jerry Brisco. Court also details the relaunch of MLW, the league’s upcoming Opera Cup Tournament (info at, their new streaming partnerships, and their great roster of talent!
20/11/20201 hour 9 minutes 48 seconds
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Corey Taylor's PodMFcast

Corey Taylor returns with some fantastic stories about his new album, “CMFT,” and his recent “Forum or Against ‘Em” live stream concert! He talks about releasing music in the midst of a pandemic, playing an arena in front of NO audience, and how Slipknot barely made it home at the beginning of quarantine! Corey remembers Eddie Van Halen, seeing Janet Jackson before lockdown started, and the best & worst money he ever spent. He speaks to the rumors about him joining Anthrax and fronting Velvet Revolver back in the day, and shares some details on the horror movie he wrote and is about to start production on. Plus, you’ll hear what’s in store for Stone Sour and Slipknot in 2021.
18/11/20201 hour 14 minutes 12 seconds
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Rob Halford - Confessions Of A Metal God

The Metal God, Rob Halford of Judas Priest “confesses” all kind of stories including what it was like to live a secret, double life as a closeted gay man, and what happened when he was finally able to speak his truth. He talks about his surprise departure from Judas Priest, the road to reconciliation, and his relationship with Tim “Ripper Owens. He has tales about Fight, filling in for Ozzy Osbourne in Black Sabbath, and an update on guitarist Glenn Tipton’s health. Plus, Rob remembers the first time he ever heard Van Halen and what it was like sharing the bill with them at the 1983 US Festival. And of course he explains why he decided now was the right to time to put out his autobiography, “Confess.”
13/11/202057 minutes 58 seconds
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The Fights and Fortunes of Jake Hager

It’s a solo Jake Hager with a black eye and bruised up face, and he’s breaking down the Bellator victory over Brandon Calton that did that to him! He’s talking about his training, his fight style, what went right and what didn’t during that fight. Jake is also sharing stories about his WWE days from working with John Cena to winning the title from Jericho to what he learned from Dutch Mantel. Jake recounts the circumstances surrounding his departure from WWE, what it was like to go to the indies, and the events (and conversations) that led him to AEW and the Inner Circle! 
11/11/20201 hour 13 seconds
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Backstage At The Rock N Roll Hall of Fame

There was no big induction ceremony and concert for this year’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees due to COVID19, but they’re all being celebrated Saturday night (11/7) on HBO, and today on TIJ! Rock & Roll Hall of Fame CEO, Greg Harris, shares a ton of great stories about the Rock Hall, it’s inductees and exhibits! He breaks down how the ceremony comes together, how they choose who inducts the various honorees, and why some members of a band make the Rock Hall cut, but some don’t. He has tales about Metallica’s late-night museum visit, Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl and Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello serving on the Rock Hall nominating committee, and the Sex Pistols’ public diss of their Rock Hall honor (and the members who later picked up their plaques). He’s talking Guns N Roses amazing performance without Axl Rose, Van Halen’s induction with no Eddie or Alex in attendance, Prince’s blistering guitar solo during the George Harrison tribute of “While My Guitar
06/11/20201 hour 6 seconds
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The AEW End Game Of Miro

Miro is “The Best Man” at AEW and has quite a story about what it took to get there! He’s chronicling his last few years at WWE from the time he originally asked for his release to being fired during the pandemic! He’s got stories about working with John Cena and The Undertaker, Wrestlemania, Rusev Day, his last WWE angle with Bobby Lashley, the time he got in trouble for cutting his hair, the 60-man Battle Royal he did in Saudi Arabia, and Southpaw Regional Wrestling. He’s also talking about the first time he met Tony Khan, his AEW debut, and the role that Chris Jericho played in that coming-out promo, Plus, Miro has few choice words for Jon Moxley.
04/11/20201 hour 2 minutes 21 seconds
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The Top 10 Hideous Horror Films EEVVEERRR

Halloween Week continues with Darcy The Mail Girl from Joe Bob Briggs “The Last Drive-In!” She and Jericho discuss their Top 10 Horror Film picks, and you might be surprised by what’s on their respective lists! They talk best kills, scariest killers, creepiest stories, and share trivia about some of the films. So get your scare on with Chris and Darcy, and also enjoy some horror movie recommendations from Corey Taylor, AEW’s The Blade and Allie, Fozzy’s Rich Ward, the one-and-only Joe Bob Briggs, and drummer Ed Aborn from Siren! 
30/10/20201 hour 16 minutes 45 seconds
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The Curse of Fame - Hexed Movies & Music

It’s Halloween Week, and we’re starting things off with the Curse of Fame! Why do fans believe that popular movies, musicians, and even songs are cursed? Kevin Eustace, host of the “We Need To Talk About Ghosts” podcast, returns to share weird stories and circumstances surrounding movies like “The Exorcist,” “The Omen,” and “Rosemary’s Baby.” He explains the links between the Manson Family murders, The Beatles, and Mia Farrow, the weird connection between John Lennon and the number 9, why many believe Lennon and Robert Johnson both sold their souls to the devil, and what happened to Eric Clapton, the Allman Brothers Band, Fleetwood Mac, and Buddy Holly that proves they’re cursed. Plus, hear the creepy story of the Hungarian Suicide Song and how it relates to both Mariah Carey and Black Sabbath, the mysterious disappearance of Iron Butterfly’s Philip Taylor Kramer, and the bad luck surrounding Harry Nilsson that led many to believe he was cursed too.
28/10/20201 hour 1 minute 12 seconds
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Santana & Ortiz - From The Inner City To The Inner Circle

The Inner Circle’s Santana & Ortiz chose AEW over WWE, and explain why it was such a tough decision, and what ultimately made them pass on Vince McMahon’s company! They talk about their recent street brawl against Best Friends + Orange Cassidy, filming it one shot, and taking nasty bumps off side-mirrors, car hoods and engine blocks! They also share the story of their journey to AEW from the initial call from Cody to joining the Inner Circle to main-eventing the debut Dynamite show. Plus, they hit on LAX, Konnan, Impact, shoot jobs working security, the real New York, wrestling in Europe and Germany, and learning from Jerry Lynn.
23/10/20201 hour 4 minutes 37 seconds
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Andrew Yang Slams The WWE

Former Democratic Presidential candidate, Andrew Yang, pulls no punches when it comes to the WWE and how they treat their talent! He explains why, as a life-long wrestling fan, it’s so important for him to fight this battle, what he plans to do, and how he hopes it will change things! He also talks about his first introduction to wrestling, his favorite performers and matches, and what he loves about AEW. Plus, Andrew shares his thoughts on social media and why he feels it needs to be regulated, explains his universal income idea and how a pilot program is already positively impacting participants’ lives, and speaks to supporting Joe Biden and serving as an advisor to Joe and the campaign.
21/10/202055 minutes 41 seconds
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30 Wrestling Shows In 30 Wild Days

Canadian Wrestling’s Elite has been doing 30+ live shows in the span of 30 days across Canada for quite a few years now! "Hotshot" Danny Duggan who founded the company talks about his unique business model, how he’s been able to build a Canadian National wrestling tour, and how he manages to land great talent year after year like Jake The Snake Roberts, Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake, “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff, and Juventud Guerrera. Danny and AJ talk about the Canadian wrestling scene, working with Kenny Omega and Daniel Bryan in their early days, their experiences on the Tony Condello Death Tour, getting pulled over by the cops, and how they’ve never had to cancel a single date no matter what kind of trouble they hit on the road (until COVID19)! Luckily, CWE saved 8 dates on this year’s tour, and tickets are available now at 
16/10/20201 hour 3 minutes 32 seconds
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Happy Trails - A Tribute To Edward Van Halen

Last week, the world lost one of the best, most innovative guitar players in history… the guy who created a movement, became part of the pop culture lexicon, and inspired (and continues to) generations of guitar players. The great Eddie Van Halen passed away October 6th at the age of 65 from cancer. So join Chris, and four of his guitar-playing friends who were all greatly inspired and influenced by Eddie – Trixter’s Steve Brown, who had a personal relationship with EVH; Steel Panther’s Satchel, an EVH disciple; Fozzy’s Billy Grey who picked up the guitar after hearing Eddie play; and Fozzy’s Rich Ward, who took from Eddie’s rhythm playing style. Together, they pay tribute – honoring Edward Van Halen’s playing prowess, his solos, his songwriting, his technical contributions to the guitar, and as you’ll hear, his incredibly friendly, warm human spirit – the inviting smile and humility that endured even when he wasn’t at his best. You’ll also hear EVH stories and memories from Charlie
14/10/20201 hour 51 minutes 55 seconds
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30 Years of After The Rain with Gunnar & Matthew Nelson

So why did Chris Jericho have long, blonde hair when he first started wrestling? Because of Gunnar and Matthew Nelson! And why did the Nelson twins have long, blonde hair? Because Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora told them they should! Nelson and Chris Jericho have more in common than just blonde hair though – they’re both also celebrating 30-year anniversaries this month – Jericho’s 30th in wrestling, and Nelson’s 30th anniversary of the release of their major label debut, “After The Rain.”  Nelson tells the tale of making that album while flat broke, how they were able to become one of the biggest bands in the world with virtually no support and no money, and why after having such a tremendously successful first album, they almost didn’t get to release a second! They remember headlining tours because no bands wanted to take them on the road, what one guest VJ spot on MTV did for their career, being sidelined at Geffen Records in favor of grunge, what happened the night they met C
09/10/20201 hour 26 minutes 25 seconds
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Jericho & Luther Pt2 - 30 Years In The Making

Chris Jericho’s 30 Years In The Making continues tonight (Wednesday 10/7/20) on AEW Dynamite as he faces off against longtime friend, Luther! It’s Jericho and Hagar versus Luther and Serpentico aka Chaos Project! So in honor of the historic match, Dr. Luther returns to TIJ to share some crazy stories about his time in South America, including having things thrown at him in the ring, being nearly shot by militia members, and having to explain barbed wire vs razor wire to avoid dying during a match! Luther also details his tryouts for ECW, WCW, and WWE, and the circumstances that prevented long-term contract offers from each company. Plus, Luther and Jericho explain how that 30-year wrestling road through Mexico, Japan, South America, and the indies all culminated in this huge moment on AEW Dynamite. And then there’s the story about Luther, Jericho, and Christopher Lloyd in Japan.RIP Eddie Van Halen! Thank you for the music!
07/10/20201 hour 9 minutes 50 seconds
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Second Match Watchalong: Sudden Impact vs Ed Langley & Steve Gillespie - Oct. 10, 1990

It’s the debut of Sudden Impact! Chris Jericho and Lance Storm had a great first pro match working against each other, but when it came to their second match, and first as a tag team, it was a completely different story! CJ gave this match 1 star in his own record keeping, and Lance hates this match so much, he didn’t want anyone to see it! Watch the match on Chris Jericho’s YouTube channel ( and listen to this episode as Chris and Lance recount the circumstances leading up to them taking on veterans Ed “The Savage” Langley and Steve Gillespie in a Quonset in Strathmore, Alberta, the in-ring situation that created their “safeword” strategy, the controversial “Ric Flair Ball Shot,” and the story of Lance’s black boots with the lifts in them! Plus, they tell the tale of the Black Mamba, the curse of Les Thornton, how they jack-knifed the truck & trailer hauling the ring, and why Chris Jericho nearly quit wrestling
02/10/20201 hour 8 minutes 14 seconds
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First Match Watchalong: Lance Storm vs Chris Jericho - Oct. 2, 1990

On October 2, 1990, Chris Jericho and Lance Storm made their professional wrestling debuts - against each other - for the Canadian Wrestling Connection! And lucky for us, Lance Storm kept a video copy! And now you can watchalong with Chris and Lance as they breakdown that first match (watch the video at, and analyze their respective performances. Chris gave the match 2.5 stars. Listen as they remember the first time they met, early gimmick ideas, and what they learned from the Hart Brothers wrestling school! They talk Owen Hart, the reverse victory roll, and Poison’s “Unskinny Bop.”
30/09/20201 hour 4 minutes 14 seconds
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The True Secrets Of The Illuminati

The mysterious Isaac Weishaupht runs, and explains who they are, what they want, and how they plan to achieve their ultimate goal. He talks about the suspected celebrity illuminati members and why they “hide” in plain sight, the everyday symbols that really serve as subliminal messages from the illuminati, and the importance of the number 666. Isaac speaks to the Star Wars, Rolling Stones, aliens, and Kobe Bryant illuminati connections, and the role that Aleister Crowley plays in the illuminati belief system.
25/09/20201 hour 2 minutes 31 seconds
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Classic Album Clash - Aerosmith's "Permanent Vacation" vs "Pump"

The Classic Album Clash returns with a great battle between two Aerosmith classics – “Permanent Vacation” and “Pump!” And the guys from “Pod of Thunder” help determine which Aerosmith album comes out on top! Nick, Andy, and the mysterious Chris L. do the usual album cover comparison, production analysis, and of course the infamous song-by-song breakdown! And in true CAC spirit, they share some great stories, trivia, and plenty of ridiculousness that may or may not involve Macaulay Culkin, actor and comedian Tyler Perry, Sally Struthers, the Harold and Kumar movies, a classic 80s mixtape, and a couple of broken hearts (one of which may or may not be Chris Jericho’s).
23/09/20201 hour 35 minutes 28 seconds
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The Art & Future of Filmmaking with Eli Roth & Mark Borchardt

Eli Roth returns and this time he’s brought fellow filmmaker, Mark Borchardt. Mark is the creator and director behind the horror short, “Coven,” and the subject of the 1999 film, “American Movie,” which documented the 3 years Mark spent writing, shooting, and editing “Coven.” Mark and Eli talk personal movies versus studio films, the creative process, the benefit of film school, what it was like to shoot on actual film and have to wait for it to be developed, and how they feel about the future of movies and the theater experience in the age of COVID. The threesome also talk about some of their favorite movies and directors (like Werner Herzog), and Mark speaks to the “Coven” sequel and when that may be available. It’s a great discussion about the art of film! 
18/09/20201 hour 4 minutes 33 seconds
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TIJ 700 Presents TalkNShop Reunion - Live From The Pandemic!

Talk’n Shop returns to TIJ with the Good Brothers Karl Anderson and “The Big LG” Doc Gallows, and special rotating fourth (and original Talk’n Shop creator) Rocky Romero! And because of the pandemic, this one’s done social-distancing style with plenty of vodka, tequila, and beer on zoom video. Of course, there’s still total debauchery and chaos involved with guest appearances from Sex Ferguson, Toothless Stone Cold, and Reptile. There are also stories about the Chris Jericho Japanese Tour Book, Impact Wrestling, Haku, pissing on the Ayatollah of Rock ‘n’ Rolla, and Talk’n Shop A Mania. Plus, the TNS boys break some news about another event, a new drink, and an original animated series. No children, animals or vases were harmed, corrupted, or peed on during the recording of this episode.
16/09/20201 hour 20 minutes 33 seconds
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Thunder Rosa’s Women’s Revolución

Thunder Rosa is the NWA Women’s Champion, but she had a hell of a match against Serena Deeb on AEW Dynamite last week, and then she made history by challenging AEW Women’s Champion Hikaru Shida for the title! Hear the journey that Thunder Rosa took to AEW that includes a professional career as a social worker, a wrestling school that went defunct before she got a single day’s worth of training from them, a single match in Mexico, a couple of tours of Japan, and one fight in the MMA octagon! She’s got grit and determination, and she doesn’t take sh*t from anyone!
11/09/202057 minutes 34 seconds
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Blood, Sweat & Beers '91 - Craziest Tour In Rock History

The “Blood, Sweat and Beers Tour” launched in May of 1991, and was Warrant’s first headlining tour of that size. It was Firehouse’s first big tour, and Trixter had already been on the road for 7 months when they got the call to open the bill. None of the bands had ever really crossed paths before, but by the time the tour wrapped in October, not only had they all become fast friends, they also ended up with one of the highest-grossing tours of the year. And then grunge happened, and almost overnight, the three bands found themselves virtually out of work. Warrant’s Eric Turner, Firehouse’s Bill Leverty, and Trixter’s Steve Brown and PJ Farley reunite to tell tales from that storied rock tour (probably the last of its kind) including the pranks they played on each other, the after-show hangouts, jamming in local bars, Jani Lane’s video game obsession, and the night Judas Priest’s Rob Halford came to see them play in Phoenix, Arizona.
09/09/20201 hour 1 minute 28 seconds
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Eddie Kingston Has a Big Mouth & Knows How To Use It

Eddie Kingston was wrestling in the UK when the pandemic hit, and details the incredible journey he took to get back home to Florida (including a $200 uber ride)! Eddie is also a self-proclaimed “mama’s boy” and says that’s why he signed to AEW (he always does what his mama tells him to do)! But that’s not why he got into pro-wrestling. Eddie chronicles his wrestling journey from his days with Chikara to his run at Impact Wrestling to the public challenge he issued that landed him a shot challenging Cody for the TNT title, and ultimately a contact with AEW! Plus, you’ll hear how Eddie developed his character, and his incredible ability to cut promos. 
04/09/20201 hour 5 minutes 9 seconds
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Rob Schneider - Asian Mommas, Chinese Noodles & Chris Farley

Actor and comedian Rob Schneider just released a brand-new comedy special on Netflix called, “Asian Momma, Mexican Kids.” He filmed it just before the pandemic shut everything down, and explains what prompted his return to the stage, how his family inspires his comedy, and what it’s like doing stand-up during this time in the world. He also shares some great stories about his SNL days, creating some of those classic characters, and working with the great Chris Farley. You’ll hear what Chris was like off-camera and why Bill Murray was not a fan. Plus, Rob talks movie-making with Adam Sandler, and reveals what’s coming next once filming can resume!
02/09/202055 minutes 48 seconds
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Sam Adonis Trumps Lucha Libre

Sam Adonis (little brother of WWE’s Corey Graves) is the guy that Lucha Libre fans loved to hate thanks to the heel gimmick that had him waving an American flag with a giant photo of Donald Trump’s face plastered to its center! Sam reveals what inspired the gimmick, why he loved being boo’ed by CMLL fans, and some of the real-life (and scary) situations the gimmick caused! Sam also spent 4 years living and wrestling in the U.K. after losing his deal with WWE. He talks about FCW including the advice he got from Steve Regal, why he was fired, what he learned from the experience, and how all of that eventually led him home to Pittsburgh and across the world to Japan. And if that’s not how you know Sam Adonis, maybe you know him from his appearance on the Talk’N Shop Mexico City TIJ episode with Jericho, Anderson, Gallows and special guest Enzo Amore (and Sam no longer has that girlfriend).
28/08/20201 hour 8 minutes 38 seconds
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The Lost Songs & Fast Times of Don Dokken

Dokken is releasing a treasure trove of unheard tracks from the band’s early years! The new album comes out Friday and is called “The Lost Songs: 1978-1981,” and famed frontman Don Dokken explains where and how this came together! He shares why the band had to go to Germany to get a record deal and make a name for themselves, why Ratt bassist Juan Croucier was in the initial Dokken lineup, and how The Scorpions factored into the band’s early success. Dokken talks about his love-hate relationship with guitarist George Lynch and the fist-fights they used to get into on a daily basis, how Metallica blew them off the stage on the Monsters of Rock Tour in 1988, and what he had to do to get his name back after losing the right to perform as Dokken! Plus, Don details the botched neck surgery he had earlier this year that’s left his arm and hands paralyzed, and Don unable to play guitar (or do much of anything really), and the intense physical therapy he’s undergoing in hopes of regaining u
26/08/20201 hour 5 minutes 46 seconds
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Smith & Myers Shinedown with Volume 1

Shinedown singer Brent Smith and guitarist Zach Myers have a brand-new duos album coming out October 9th. It’s called “Smith & Myers Volume 1,” and it’s a collection of original and cover songs that the two started recording just before the pandemic forced everyone off the road and into lockdown. Restrictions finally loosened up enough for them to finish the album! They talk about the “Smith & Myers” song choices (including covers of INXS and Post Malone), the recording process, and the timing of this album. They also share some details about Shinedown’s upcoming 7th album, and tell road stories from their touring days with Van Halen and Iron Maiden!The first two singles, original “Not Mad Enough,” and a reimagined version of the Neil Young classic, “Rockin’ In The Free World” are available here:<a href="
21/08/20201 hour 6 minutes 2 seconds
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The Infamous Island Death Match - Inoki vs Saito

The Island Death Match between Antonio Inoki and Masa Saito took place October 4, 1987 on Ganryujima, a tiny, uninhabited Japanese island. Journalist Fumi Saito and Wrestling Observer Live host Jim Valley (who also hosts the Pacific Rim Wrestling podcast) recount the circumstances surrounding the match, the events leading up to it, and what to expect if you actually want to check it out for yourself. They share the backstory about Inoki’s New Japan Pro Wrestling promotion and Giant Baba’s All Japan, and their constant battle for talent, TV ratings, and fans. Fumi also knew Maso Saito, and visited him in a Wisconsin jail, after Saito was sentenced for an incident involving McDonald’s and the local police.
19/08/202058 minutes 18 seconds
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Y2J - The Early Years of the Savior of WWE

Conrad Thompson returns to guest host a special episode about Chris Jericho’s early years at WWE. This was originally recorded in response to the “Something To Wrestle With Bruce Prichard” episode called “20 Years of Chris Jericho.” Chris shares his side of some of the stories and matches initially recalled by Bruce, including Chris’ first WWE opportunity, his long losing streak in those first years, his feud with Chyna, the arrival of Eddie Guerrero and Chris Benoit, Pat Patterson, the No Way Out 4-way, working with Kane at Last Man Standing, the 10-man tag at Summerslam with Rhyno, Triple H’s torn quad, the Invasion PPV, and his victories over The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin on the same night that resulted in the Undisputed Champion title.
14/08/20201 hour 18 minutes 47 seconds
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The Legend of Creem - America's Only Rock & Roll Magazine

Boy Howdy! “Creem: America’s Only Rock & Roll Magazine” is an amazing documentary that provides a magical look into the mythical world of the music rag that launched in 1969 in Detroit, Michigan (about a year after “Rolling Stone”), and inspired countless musicians (including Metallica’s Kirk Hammet and the Chili Peppers Chad Smith) to start bands. Creem epitomized the sex, drugs and rock & roll culture of the music industry in the 70s, helped propel KISS to rock star status, counted Alice Cooper, Iggy Pop and Lou Reed as fans, and unleashed a wild and disruptive newsroom into the homes of obsessed teens every month! Legendary journalist Jaan Uhelszki, director Scott Crawford, and JJ Kramer (son of Creem founder Barry Kramer) pull back the curtain and take us between the pages of “Creem!”
12/08/202059 minutes 47 seconds
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Tully & Arn Bust Brains in Their FIRST EVER Podcast Together

Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard are together on a pod for the first time ever, and together again in wrestling at AEW for the first time since the 80s! Two of the greats in the biz talk about their tag team days, teaming with Ric Flair, their incredible run at Jim Crockett Promotions, why they left and signed with WWE, and what ultimately split them up. They talk Brain Busters, the Four Horsemen, Bobby Heenan, Dusty Rhodes, Bret Hart, and Andre The Giant. Plus, they detail their journey to AEW and what they think about the new company and its young talent.
07/08/20201 hour 8 minutes 27 seconds
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Brian Posehn's Grandpa Metal Health

Brian Posehn is a jack of all trades and master of many! He acts, does standup comedy, and even records his own music. He’s got a new album out, “Grandpa Metal,” which he wrote and recorded with Scott Ian from Anthrax, and yes, that was Brian you saw in an episode of DisneyPlus’ “The Madalorian.” So how exactly did he and Scott start this metal project, and who called him to be a part of the Star Wars Franchise? Brian’s telling all those stories, and adding a few more about meeting Geddy Lee from Rush, being made fun of by Metallica, and landing the part on HBO’s “Mr. Show” that ultimately made Brian’s career.
05/08/20201 hour 2 minutes 25 seconds
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EC3 Controls His Narrative

EC3 is back at Impact Wrestling, and he couldn’t be happier! He talks about his original departure (back when it was still TNA) and how the constant leadership changes from Dixie Carter to Jeff Jarrett to Billy Corgan played a role in his decision to leave. He also details his time at WWE including his two runs at NXT, how he was able to keep his EC3 gimmick, his relationship with Triple H, the last angle he worked with Jon Moxley, his concussion issues, and what he thought about being fired during the pandemic.
31/07/20201 hour 4 minutes 46 seconds
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Back In Black 40 - Dissecting AC/DC's Masterpiece

It’s the 40th Anniversary of AC/DC’s masterpiece album, “Back In Black,” and some of the biggest AC/DC fans of all time have been assembled to dissect the legendary record! Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante, Fozzy guitartist Rich Ward, and WWE Hall of Famer Bully Ray share stories about the first time they heard the record, their favorite songs and performances, seeing the band live, Brian Johnson’s introduction to fans, producer Mutt Lange’s creative input, Bon Scott’s alleged contributions to the record, and the band’s distinct sound. They do a track-by-track breakdown, discuss Axl Rose’s guest spot with AC/DC, and speculate on a new AC/DC album and possible future tour.
29/07/20201 hour 29 minutes 7 seconds
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35 Years of Back To The Future... Present & Past

It’s the 35th Anniversary of one of Le Champion’s favorite movies, “Back To The Future,” and who better to mark the occasion than Brad Gilmore, host of “Back To The Future, The Podcast,” and author of the book, “Back From The Future: A Celebration Of The Greatest Time Travel Story Ever Told!” Brad shares loads of trivia, behind-the-scenes stories about the making of the movie, how Steven Spielberg got involved, and some of original casting choices. He also covers the history of the trilogy, the animated series, the toys, and the stipulation that director Robert Zemeckis agreed to in order to get Michael J. Fox.
24/07/20201 hour 14 minutes 12 seconds
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Sonny Kiss Will Kick Your Ass

Sonny Kiss has great stories about Rowdy Roddy Piper, Pat Patterson, Rey Mysterio, and Joey Janela! He also chronicles his to journey to AEW, his experiences in Lucha Underground, how a background in dance influenced his move set in the ring, and the nerves he felt about challenging Cody for the TNT Championship. Plus, Sonny shares thoughts about #BlackLivesMatter, the LGBTQ community, gender fluidity, diversity in wrestling, and what it means to be a true role model.
22/07/202054 minutes 30 seconds
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Haunted AF Is Scary As Hell

Julie Fisk & Rebekah Black are Haunted AF. Okay, so they’re not, but their podcast is! They’re sharing their own real-life ghost stories as well as some of their favs for their many episodes! They’ve got creepy stories about haunted objects, dead pets, ghost grandmas, and even a paranormal event involving a ring doorbell! They talk about evil locations, spirit attachment, and the time they went searching for Big Foot.
17/07/20201 hour 1 minute 24 seconds
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The Larger-Than-Life Life Of Andre The Giant

Pat Laprade, author of the new book, “The Eighth Wonder Of The World: The True Story of Andre The Giant,” shares some of the childhood stories he discovered about the wrestling legend. Pat and Dave Meltzer from the Wrestling Observer also talk about acromegaly, the disease that caused Andre’s giantism and why he never got it treated, Andre’s relationships with both Vince McMahon Senior and Junior, his historic feud with Hulk Hogan and how that provided the foundation for the WWF pay-per-view business model, his dislike of Macho Man Randy Savage, and some of their favorite Andre matches. Plus, they finally set the record straight on exactly how many beers Andre could drink in one sitting!
15/07/20201 hour 15 minutes 55 seconds
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For The Love of Nickelback

Nickelback have sold over 50 million albums, they’ve sold out Madison Square Garden, and they’ve been nominated for 6 Grammy Awards! They also rank as the second best-selling foreign act of the 2000s in the US behind only The Beatles! So why the hell do they get so much hate? Guitarist Ryan Peake and bassist Mike Kroger talk about that, and lots of other things, including signing with extreme metal label Road Runner Records, working with famed producer Mutt Lange, and the job that Mike had that inspired their name! Plus, singer Chad Kroeger was great friends with “the brothers” – Darrell “Dimebag” and Vinnie Paul Abbott, and he shares when he first met them, how they became fast friends, and the hilarious gift he got from Vinnie Paul!
10/07/20201 hour 20 minutes 58 seconds
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Newsflash - Dasha Gonzalez Has A Great Personality!

Dasha Gonzalez is funny, fierce, and full of personality! There’s nothing robotic about her AEW commentary, ring announcing or the stories she shares about her WWE tryout, her first-time ring announcing, and dealing with overzealous fans! Dasha also explains how one online application landed her a spot on The Rock’s “Titan Games” fitness competition show, what The Rock said about her performance, and how a freak Achilles injury nearly derailed the whole thing! Plus, Dasha details her journey to AEW and a seat in the Spanish announce booth!
08/07/202053 minutes 6 seconds
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Terrifying True Crime Tales

Billy Jensen is a true crime investigative journalist and author, and host of "The Murder Squad” podcast. He’s helped to solve numerous crimes, and shares some of those stories. He also details the case of the little-known serial killer, the Golden State Killer, who is the subject of the new HBO Documentary “I’ll Be Gone In The Dark.” Billy helped finish the book that the documentary is based on, and explains how he got involved in the project. Plus, he’s an avid wrestling fan and not only attended the first-ever Wrestlemania, but was also in attendance the night that Hulk Hogan win his first WWF championship. 
03/07/20201 hour 7 minutes 8 seconds
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I'm From Winnipeg You Idiot... Happy Canada Day!

It’s Canada D’eh! And that means Chris Jericho’s childhood friends from the Great White North (Winnipeg to be exact), Dave Spivak and Rybo, return to celebrate all things Canada! They talk about their favorite Canadian TV shows, rock bands, food, and landmarks. They also remember the things they had to cross the border to get, what happened when the Jets left Winnipeg, and the time that Lars Ulrich of Metallica rear-ended Rybo’s girlfriend!
01/07/20201 hour 29 minutes 23 seconds
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Luther - The Original Death Dealer Hits The Big Time

Dr. Luther (aka Len Olson) is one of Chris Jericho’s oldest and closest friends in wrestling, and he returns to TIJ to talk about his journey to AEW! Hear about his lengthy audition process, and his memorable signing day. He’s also talking about his early days wrestling in Japan, the origins of the Luther character and what “The Warriors” and “Silence Of The Lamb” movies had to do with it, the Japanese fans’ reaction to the gimmick, wrestling Leon Spinks, and how things ended for him with FMW in Japan. 
26/06/20201 hour 8 minutes 3 seconds
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Classic Album Clash: Metallica - Load vs Reload

The Classic Album Clash returns and this time it’s a battle between Metallica’s “Load” and “Reload” albums! OG CAC debater Frankie Kazarian, and former MLB player, Cody Decker (who also happens to be married to AEW’s Jenn Sterger) are both diehard Metallica fans and join the debate about which songs, performances, riffs, artwork, and ultimately album, reigns supreme! They also share a load (pun intended) of Metallica trivia, concert stories, and personal anecdotes. Join the fun and cast your own vote on twitter @TalkIsJericho.
24/06/20202 hours 5 minutes 58 seconds
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Ref Week Pt 2 - Mike Chioda Talks 35 Years in The WWE

Mike Chioda spent 35 years reffing at WWE and has some pretty incredible stories about paying his dues working for Gorilla Monsoon, traveling with the likes of Rey Mysterio, R Truth, Jack Swagger, and the late Joey Marella, making wine runs for Andre The Giant, being ribbed by Owen Hart and Dynamite Kid, and learning the ropes as a young ref in the business. Mike also shares some of his favorite matches and talent like The Rock, Hulk Hogan, and Eddie Guerrero, and how he basically ended up as Chris Jericho’s personal referee for a while. He’s also talking about his recent release from WWE, the circumstances surrounding it, and what he hopes to do in the not-so-distant future.
19/06/20201 hour 9 minutes 50 seconds
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Ref Week Pt 1 - Aubrey Edwards Follows The Rules of AEW

AEW Ref Aubrey Edwards is one of the most popular refs in wrestling (and the bane of Chris Jericho’s existence)! She gave up a ten-year career in the video game industry to join the carnival that is professional wrestling! Hear her journey from the indies to AEW and what happened during the 3-years in between! She talks ref training (hers and helping others), writing the AEW rulebook, and dishes on some of her favorite talent to work with and favorite matches to date. She also shares her WWE reffing experience!
17/06/20201 hour 2 minutes 23 seconds
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Backstage at Download - Europe's Biggest Rock Festival

Andy Copping is “Mr. Download,” the face and booker of Download Fest, one of the most popular rock festivals on the planet. And like the rest of the concert industry, Download had to cancel their festival this year, which was slated to take place this weekend at Castle Donington, due to the COVID19 pandemic. So today, Andy’s sharing some of his favorite stories, moments, performances, and happy accidents from the Festival’s history. He’s telling tales about Metallica, AC/DC, Korn, Linkin Park, Iron Maiden, Muse, Slipknot, Ozzy Osbourne, Limp Bizkit, and more! He’s also sharing the history of Download, its connection to the Monsters of Rock festival, and what they have planned for 2021! And be sure to check out Download TV on YouTube Music THIS WEEKEND ONLY featuring live concerts and interviews with your favorite bands! 
12/06/20201 hour 3 minutes 1 second
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The Inner Circle Spills The Inner Secrets of Stadium Stampede

They made history on AEW and now they’re making history on TIJ! The Inner Circle is all together for the first-time ever on a podcast, and breaking down the Stadium Stampede from Double or Nothing! Sammy Guevara, Jake Hager, and Santana and Ortiz spill the secrets behind the making of the epic match that involved a good old-fashioned Western bar brawl, a horse chase, a swimming pool, a moonsault off the goal post, a One-winged angel 15-foot plunge between stadium levels, and 100-yards of Northern Lights suplexes. They also talk about the formation of the Inner Circle, what inspired the Bubbly Bunch, the creation of the Flim Flam dance, and the chaotic in-ring confrontation with boxing legend Mike Tyson.
10/06/20201 hour 16 minutes 45 seconds
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The Best of Times with Dennis DeYoung

Original Styx singer Dennis DeYoung has one of the most distinct voices in rock and roll, and it sounds amazing on his new studio album, “26 East,” named for the address of this parents’ home in Illinois where he got his musical start! Dennis talks about forming Styx, writing and singing on 7 of the band’s 8 Top 10 singles, opening for KISS, his friendship with Gene Simmons, the story of “Mr. Roboto,” and the real reason why he’s no longer in Styx and why fans will never see a reunion of the original lineup. He also does a killer chorus of Fozzy’s “Judas” acapella to start the show!
05/06/20201 hour 1 minute 57 seconds
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The Perseverance of Pineapple Pete... with Suge D

Pineapple Pete aka Suge D aka Sugar Dunkerton made a fortuitous choice when he threw his pineapple Hawaiian shirt into his overnight bag before his last-minute trip to Atlanta for the AEW TV tapings. His extra spot turned into a spotlight match with Le Champion, and became one of the breakout angles of AEW’s taped, empty-arena shows! And now Suge D and Jericho are telling the whole story of how this spontaneous story came to be, including the importance of Pineapple Pete’s promo, and deliberate quickness of the in-ring match. Suge D is also a veteran wrestler of the indie scene who spent a few years working in England. He’s telling those tales and offering some great words of wisdom and inspiration for all those pursuing their dreams!
03/06/202059 minutes 48 seconds
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I Think We're Alone Now with Tiffany

80s pop icon, Tiffany, is all grown up and still making music! She’s just no longer performing in shopping malls! The super talented singer is talking about her new acoustic album, her new Cooking Club, and explaining why “I Think We’re Alone Now” is still her favorite song! She’s also sharing stories about getting started when she was 15, graduating from live shows at malls to real venues, and eating bugs and other gross stuff on the reality TV show “I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!” Plus, she recalls doing Hulk Hogan’s “Celebrity Championship Wrestling,” and makes a case for being invited to do “The Masked Singer!”
29/05/20201 hour 52 seconds
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Cardona & Myers vs Ryder & Hawkins

Matt Cardona (aka Zack Ryder) and Brian Myers (aka Curt Hawkins) hated each other when they first met, but all that changed thanks to one thing – action figures! And that one thing made them instant friends, longtime tag partners, and co-hosts of the “The Major Figure Wrestling Podcast!" Matt & Brian are talking about all that – from their initial WWE signings to their time in developmental to being called up to work with Undertaker to winning the Tag Team Championship at Wrestlemania. They’re also chronicling their many firings, including the most recent, and some of the crazy matches and stories that happened in between.
27/05/20201 hour 3 minutes 55 seconds
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Lance Archer - The Making of the Muderhawk Monster

The Murderhawk Monster, Lance Archer, says there’s a reason for his name, and a process to taking care of those blood red braids! He also recounts his journey to AEW, starting with his indie days in Texas, his stint with TNA, his very short run with WWE, and his incredible success with NJPW. He’s got great stories about Vince McMahon, Johnny Ace, Arn Anderson, and Tiger Hattori! Plus, he’s talking Killer Elite Squad, Will Ospreay, Jake “The Snake” Roberts, and wrestling in empty arenas. And then there’s something about raw horse meat, Shelton Benjamin, and the NJPW locker room.
22/05/20201 hour 4 minutes 1 second
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Episode 666 - A Damien: Omen II watchalong with Kevin Smith

It’s episode 666 of TIJ and what better way to mark the creepy occasion than with a “Damien: Omen II” watchalong with our fav fellow film buff, Kevin Smith! You know the drill – you do the first half of the movie here, and then you immediately jump to Smodcast to finish the viewing!  And you better believe, both eps are filled with great trivia about the making of the movie, the scenes and the setting, the Oscar-caliber cast, the award-winning composer, and why this was so taboo for the time! Plus, Chris and Kevin share their own childhood tales about experiencing the movie for the first time, and how it went on to affect their own respective lives and creative careers!
20/05/20201 hour 25 minutes 9 seconds
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Owen & Martha - Hart to Hart

It's a love story for the ages, and one that was cut far too short by tragic events. Martha Hart opens up about her love affair and life with late husband, Owen Hart. She recalls meeting him when she was 15-years old, her first introduction to his crazy family, traveling the world with Owen during his early wrestling days, and what it was like for him when brother Bret left WWE with Owen still there under contract. She shares how they spent their down time, Owen's favorite movies and foods, and what he really wanted to do when he finally retired from wrestling. She also shares some details about her lawsuit with WWE after Owen's death, and how that resulted in amazing foundation, growth, and work of the Owen Hart Foundation.
15/05/20201 hour 24 minutes 29 seconds
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The Jovial Jive of Bruce Jingles

Bruce Jingles was a crowd favorite who played to standing ovations and a packed theater on the Chris Jericho Rock &amp; Wrestling Rager at Sea Part Deux in January, and he’s sharing those stories and so much more!  Hear about his friendship with Eddie Murphy’s brother, Charlie, and his junior high friendship with Ice Cube, and what Bruce heard about Bill Cosby years before the comedian’s fall from grace! Bruce also talks about his unique name, why he doesn’t want to be known as a “weed comic,” and how come he ranks Dave Chapelle over Richard Pryor when it comes to his favorite comedians.
13/05/202059 minutes 45 seconds
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The Top 10 Terrifying Tales Of Stephen King

What are Chris Jericho and Jojo Feeney’s (from “Keepin’ It 100 with Konnan” pod) Top 10 Stephen King books? The answers will definitely surprise you, but will include stories and trivia about “The Shining,” “Carrie,” “The Stand,” and “It.” They talk about the movies and mini-series made from King’s books like “Misery,” “Under The Dome,” “Pet Cemetery,” and “Christine.” You’ll hear analysis on favorite characters, plot lines, scenes, and sequels. Plus, they talk about some of Stephen King’s great music references, and his amazing storytelling ability.
08/05/20201 hour 1 minute 33 seconds
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The Revival of The Revolt

The tag team formerly known as The Revival at WWE are no longer with the company, and have a brand new identity, The Revolt!  Cash Wheeler (formerly Dash Wilder) and Dax Harwood (formerly Scott Dawson) asked for their release 15 months ago, and explain in full detail, why it didn’t happen until recently. They speak to Vince McMahon’s dislike of their North Carolina accents, the costumes &amp; gimmick he pitched them in a last-ditch effort to keep them, and the state of the tag team division at WWE. They also share stories about their mentor and friend, the late great Dusty Rhodes, their chemistry as a tag team and why they don’t want to wrestle as singles, and their old-school, throwback style.
06/05/20201 hour 6 minutes 44 seconds
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Under The Black Hat of Jim Ross

Good Ole JR, Jim Ross, returns to share stories from “Under The Black Hat,” his latest autobiography that really tells the story about two specific relationships in his life – his relationship with Vince McMahon, and JR’s relationship with late wife, Jan. JR paints a fair portrait of his days at WWE working for Vince, including some of the disrespectful “ribs” that McMahon pulled on JR like Dr. Heiney, and moving JR from RAW to Smackdown on live TV during the draft. JR also talks about convincing McMahon to sign Mick Foley and Chris Jericho, how he developed such a close friendship with Steve Austin, and what McMahon said to JR when JR told him he was signing with AEW.
01/05/20201 hour 32 minutes 43 seconds
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Classic Album Clash - Barren Cross - The Best Band You've Never Heard Of!

The Heaven’s Metal trio (drummer/comedian Richard Christy, singer Howard Jones of Light The Torch and Killswitch Engage fame, and Chris Jericho) returns for a very funny Classic Album Clash featuring the greatest band you’ve never heard of – Barren Cross! It’s “Atomic Arena” versus “State Of Control” in a fierce battle that includes debate and analysis on everything from album art to song lyrics to guitar riffs and vocals to singer Mike Lee's hair! Hear the guys argue for their favorite tracks, favorite performances, and favorite looks of Barren Cross that all culminates in a final winner! But the real question is... do you agree? 
29/04/20201 hour 25 minutes 20 seconds
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Best Players in NHL History According to Teddy Irvine

The Baby-faced Assassin, Teddy Irvine, returns to TIJ to share stories about the greatest hockey players in the NHL! He’s talking about the guys he roomed with, traveled with, skated with, and scored against on the ice, including Gordie Howe, Bobby Orr, Bobby Hull, and Gerry Cheevers. He’s got tales from his time with the Los Angeles Kings and New York Rangers, and remembers a 17-year old Wayne Gretzky who flew to Winnipeg to play in a charity game before he was even in the NHL. 10 years, 700 games, and a really good reason why Teddy will never, ever touch the Stanley Cup himself.
24/04/20201 hour 3 minutes 29 seconds
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The Blood, Sweat & Teeth of Dr. Britt Baker DMD

Dr. Britt Baker DMD broke her nose during a recent match against Shida on AEW Dynamite, and that was no blood capsule gushing red down her face! The legit wrestling dentist tells that story, shares the inspiration behind her #RoleModel heel turn, and explains why she’s been spotted in the audience of NXT shows!  She’s also talking about the grueling path she took to simultaneously pursue wrestling and dentistry, and how most of her patients react when they sit in her chair! She has tales about Kenny Omega, Rhyno, and Cody Rhodes, and the #1 selling t-shirt by a female performer at!
22/04/20201 hour 1 minute 17 seconds
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Mr. Crowley - the Rock N Roll Connection to the World's Wickedest Man

Aleister Crowley is known as the wickedest man in the world, and has been a fascinating influence on rock n roll for the last 50 years!  Everyone from Ozzy Osbourne to the Beatles to Led Zeppelin to the Rolling Stones to David Bowie and the Red Hot Chili Peppers have referenced Crowley in their lyrics, videos, and personas. So who exactly is this black magic, English occultist who died in 1947, and why is the rock world so drawn to him? Kevin Eustace, host of the “We Need To Talk About Ghosts” podcast, returns to shed some light on Mr. Crowley and his dark arts, and reveal when and how he became such an integral part of rock n roll, and what’s happened to some of rock’s most famous icons as a result.
17/04/20201 hour 5 minutes 20 seconds
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How To Keep Your Relationship Healthy During Lockdown with Dr. Dae

If the coronavirus #StayHome is starting to wreck a little havoc on your relationships, Chris’ therapist, Dr. Dae, is here to help!  She has some great tips and exercises to improve communication and patience (for adults and kids), and to help the personal space issues that may be creating stress and anxiety at home. She has thoughts on “quality family time,” “quality partner time,” and “quality me time,” and how to deal with the uncertainty plaguing life in general these days. Keep all of your relationships intact and healthy with a little assist from Dr. Dae!
15/04/20201 hour 7 minutes 54 seconds
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Shazza McKenzie's UnExcellent Adventure

Aussie wrestler Shazza McKenzie was supposed to spend 8 weeks in the States performing at various indie wrestling shows around the country, but thanks to the coronavirus outbreak, her trip only lasted a few days, and culminated with a two-week quarantine when she finally made it back to her native Australia! Shazza recounts her crazy story, and talks about the 8-weeks of bookings she lost, including a few high-profile shows in Tampa during Wrestlemania week! She also shares her quarantine routine, gives a review of the “Tiger King” documentary, and explains how she ended up doing Tik Tok dances with Marko Stunt!
10/04/202058 minutes 6 seconds
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James Garretson Talks Joe Exotic, Jet Skis, and Tiger King

James Garretson is the guy from the “Tiger King” documentary who cooperated with the Feds, and ultimately helped put Joe Exotic behind bars. He’s also the infamous jet ski guy in all the memes from the series! James explains his relationships with Joe Exotic, Carole Baskin, and Jeff Lowe, and gives some backstory on the murder-for-hire plot, the disappearance of Carole’s husband, and what it’s really like owning and caring for big cats.
08/04/202058 minutes 14 seconds
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Best Match Ever - HBK vs Undertaker Mania 25 Watchalong

Marty Elias was the referee at Chris Jericho’s favorite match ever – Shawn Michaels versus Undertaker at Wrestlemania 25 in Houston, Texas! Watchalong with Marty and Chris as Marty shares behind-the-scenes details about the planning and execution of the match. Marty also talks about his relationship with Shawn and the heat it caused at WWE, his own WWE run, and what led to his controversial departure!
03/04/20201 hour 19 minutes 40 seconds
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Killer Queens Nina Noir Survives Jericho Cruise AND COVID-19

Killer Queens singer Nina Noir survived the coronavirus and details her story! She talks about where and how she may have contracted COVID19, the long road to diagnosis, quarantining, some of her scary symptoms, and how she managed to beat it living alone in San Francisco. She also shares some stories from the Jericho cruise!
01/04/202059 minutes 24 seconds
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The Exalted Escape of Brodie Lee

Brodie Lee was the super-secret surprise in the big double swerve on AEW Dynamite last week, and he’s telling the story from start to finish! Discover how he managed to keep his move a secret, why he was so nervous about his debut, and when this whole plan really came together! He’s also speaking candidly about leaving WWE, how he felt about the Bludgeon Brothers tag team with Erick Rowan, what his final months were really like with the company, his relationship with Vince McMahon, and why money isn’t always the most important thing.
27/03/20201 hour 5 minutes 6 seconds
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Shedding Light on the Dark Side of the Ring

Critically-acclaimed “Dark Side Of The Ring” is back on Vice TV, and season 2 kicks off with a two-parter about Chris Benoit and Eddie Guerrero! Producer Evan Husney and director Jason Eisener reveal how they got David Benoit, Chris’ son, and Sandra Toffoloni, Nancy’s sister, to participate. They also talk about the upcoming episode on the Owen Hart tragedy and what it took to get Owen’s widow, Martha, to agree to the documentary. And they discuss Jericho’s involvement as contributor and show narrator. Plus, they talk origins of the series in general, what inspired their story choices for seasons 1 and 2, and whether there might be a season 3.
25/03/20201 hour 10 minutes 1 second
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The Broken Brilliance of Matt Hardy

Matt Hardy made his AEW debut last night, and became the newest member of The Elite, and the fifth man on their Blood &amp; Guts team. Matt explains how this came be, what prompted him to leave WWE when his contract expired on March 1st, and what this might mean for his brother Jeff who’s still under contract with Vince McMahon. Matt also talks about the origin of Broken Matt, how TV shows like “Dexter,” “True Blood,” and “True Detective” inspired the entire creative concept, and where he hopes to take the character and story at AEW.
20/03/20201 hour 2 minutes 56 seconds
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The Facts & Realities of the Coronavirus with Dr. Alex Patel FRCPC

Dr. Alex Patel educates us about coronavirus, dispelling some myths and conspiracy theories, and offering sound advice for staying healthy during this pandemic. He speaks to transmission, death rate, those most at risk, and some of the simple things you can do to ensure the well-being of yourself and those around you. He talks about COVID-19’s origins, it’s similarities to SARS, and why the coronavirus outbreak has led to such extreme social distancing and societal shutdowns. He also talks about a possible vaccine, virus mutations, coronavirus shelf life, and when the world may return to some semblance of normal.
18/03/202047 minutes 42 seconds
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The Masked Announcer - Excalibur Talks AEW & PWG

Excalibur is the masked man at the announcer’s table on AEW Dynamite, and he explains how he ended up in that seat. He’s also one of the founders of PWG (Pro Wrestling Guerilla), the hottest indie promotion that gave many superstars their start. He talks about founding the company, their early days in Reseda, California, how they became such a celebrity magnet, and why they ultimately moved their operations and shows to Philly. He shares stories about the talent that came through PWG’s doors (The Young Bucks, Will Ospreay, Drew Galloway, Kevin Owens), some of his favorite matches, and how he got started doing commentary in the first place.
13/03/20201 hour 5 minutes 45 seconds
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Paul W. Hauser Stars In Richard Jewell & Fightfights with Jericho

Paul W. Hauser starred as Richard Jewell in Clint Eastwood’s movie, “Richard Jewell.” He’s also appeared in “iTonya,” Spike Lee’s “Blackkklansman,” YouTube Red’s “Cobra Kai,” the Chris Jericho Rock &amp; Wrestling Rager at Sea TWICE, and a one-off fistfight with Chris Jericho! He’s telling that story along with the time he gave Will Forte an idea for “MacGruber,” how he ended up writing episodes of the Edge and Christian Show, and the crazy way he booked one of his bigger acting gigs.
11/03/20201 hour 6 minutes 2 seconds
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True Lies with Tom Arnold

The very funny Tom Arnold joins to tell some hilarious stories about growing up in Iowa, working at the Hormel Meat Packing plant, his teenage jail years, and how he ended up acting in Hollywood. He talks “True Lies” with buddy Arnold Schwarzenegger, filming action scenes with Steven Seagal, and what it was really like on the set of “The Best Damn Sports Show.” He also discusses former friend Donald Trump and why Tom repeatedly turned down the Celebrity Apprentice, and Tom has plenty to say about Michael Jackson and last year’s controversial documentary on MJ’s life.
06/03/20201 hour 19 minutes 40 seconds
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The Case of the Missing Title Belt - An AEW Mystery

After a historic and epic 6-month reign, Chris Jericho lost the AEW World Championship to Jon Moxley at Revolution on Saturday. And now that he’s no longer carrying the title belt, Chris has decided to tell the full story about what really happened the night the title mysteriously went missing in Tallahassee (less than 24 hours after Chris’ initial victory). Hear about the events leading up to the title’s disappearance, and what transpired during the 72 hours it was missing, and the weird circumstances surrounding its recovery. Chris also shares his theories behind the theft, and how AEW was able to take a negative and spin it into a positive for the company.
04/03/202052 minutes 43 seconds
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Shawshank - The Most Haunted Prison in America

The old Ohio State Reformatory Prison isn’t just the shooting location of “The Shawshank Redemption” movie, it also happens to be the most haunted prison in America!  Three employees who host ghostly tours of the prison share some of their personal paranormal experiences and offer details of some of the hauntings inside its walls.  They also share the prison’s history and stories about a few of the more notorious inmates, and provide some great trivia from Shawhank’s filming days.
28/02/202050 minutes 24 seconds
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Jake The Snake Roberts - Dirty Details Live On Jericho Cruise

Jake “The Snake” Roberts traveled everywhere with his cobra and had some serious adventures and mishaps along the way including trashed hotel rooms, tarmac escapes, and garage door derailings. He’s talking about the origins of the gimmick, the time his snake bit Randy “Macho Man” Savage in the ring and what it took to get Macho to agree to that, and how Jake managed to squash his own fear of snakes to make the gimmick successful. Plus, Jake talks promos, psychology, the creation of the DDT, and his relationship with Andre The Giant in and out of the ring.
26/02/20201 hour 7 minutes 55 seconds
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Nyla Rose Transcends AEW

Nyla Rose chronicles both her journey as a transgender woman and a wrestler in this candid conversation about overcoming obstacles along both paths. She speaks to her relationship with her family and friends, how she found comfort in her faith, what it’s been like living her truth, why she takes the words “role model” so seriously, and how she prefers to deal with internet trolls. She also talks about watching wrestling with her grandmother, training while male-presenting, and her first match as female performer. Plus, she shares her love of Japan, the meaning behind her “DILLIGAF” moto, and some behind-the-scenes stories about her first match at AEW.
21/02/20201 hour 3 minutes 35 seconds
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Coronavirus - Quarantine or Conspiracy?

The new coronavirus pandemic has infected over 70,000 and killed close to 2,000, but is it as dangerous as the World Health Organization, CDC, world governments, and the news media would have you believe?  Not according to truthers David Weiss and RV!  They explain how and why the satanic government concocted the coronavirus conspiracy, the disturbing reasons behind the many supposed pandemics that have struck the world in recent decades (including SARS, Bird Flu, Swine Flu, and HIV/AIDS in the 90s), and what you can do to protect yourselves and your families from all of the mind control!
19/02/20201 hour 8 minutes 13 seconds
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Ric Flair Wooooos - Live on the Jericho Cruise

It’s Ric Flair live from the Chris Jericho Rock &amp; Wrestling Rager and Sea Part Deaux! And this time he’s talking about the origins of the “Woooo!,” how he first met and started working with Hulk Hogan, how he ended up in North Korea with Muhammad Ali and Eric Bischoff, his friendship with Roddy Piper, the advice he got from Harley Race, and the drama behind his jump from WCW to WWE. He also speaks candidly about his serious health scare from a couple years ago, his recovery, and he shares the single greatest accomplishment of his career!
14/02/20201 hour 5 minutes 36 seconds
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Adrian Smith Takes You Backstage with Iron Maiden

Iron Maiden guitarist Adrian Smith talks Maiden live shows from the props to the set list! He shares the songs he enjoys playing most, the ones that are a bit challenging, and how Maiden adapted the music to fit their three-guitar approach when Adrian and Bruce rejoined the band in 1999. Adrian recounts the circumstances that brought both he and Bruce back to Maiden, the band’s reaction to Bruce’s cancer scare, and what happened when Johnny Cash turned up at an Iron Maiden soundcheck!
12/02/202041 minutes 44 seconds
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Across America with Hacksaw Jim Duggan

Hoooooooooo! Hacksaw Jim Duggan and his 2x4 invade TIJ for a hilarious conversation about his life in wrestling! He recounts how he went from the NFL to wrestling thanks to Fritz Von Erich, and remembers his first gimmick at Big Jim Duggan in the gold bathrobe, doing jobs for Hulk Hogan and Sgt. Slaughter, learning to wrestle in Hawaii working with Haku, and the words that Bruiser Brody said to him that gave rise to the 2x4. Hacksaw also shares the full story behind the arrest (with Iron Sheik) that nearly ended his career and definitely killed his push with Vince McMahon. He’s also got stories about Andre The Giant, Roddy Piper, Stunning Steve Austin, and winning the first-ever Royal Rumble.
07/02/20201 hour 2 minutes 24 seconds
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Classic Album Clash - Dio's "Holy Diver" vs "The Last In Line"

It’s the return of the Classic Album Clash, and this time it’s DIO’s “Holy Diver” vs “The Last In Line!” Fozzy guitarists Rich Ward and Billy Grey, and drummer Frank Fontsere return to debate the songs, album art, songwriting, musicianship, guitar solos, and production of the two albums to ultimately crown the best among them. They also share Dio stories and trivia, remember the first time they saw the band live, and compare the management styles of Wendy Dio and Sharon Osbourne. Plus, they talk favorite songs, favorite Vivian Campbell guitar solos, and favorite Dio performances.
05/02/20201 hour 25 minutes
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Gathering Of The Guerreros - Live From The Jericho Cruise

Eddie Guerrero’s wife, Vickie, daughter Shaul, and the nephew he thought more of like a brother, Chavo Guerrero, Jr. share stories and memories about the life and career of Eddie. Chavo and Chris tell wrestling and road stories, and Vickie and Shaul remember Eddie at home as husband and father. Vickie also recounts the story of their first date, and addresses her split from Eddie, his time in rehab, and the one big regret she has about the day he died. Plus, Chavo talks Los Guerreros, nicknames, and the time that Eddie shit the bed.
31/01/20201 hour 8 minutes 53 seconds
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Rise & Fall of the NWO - The Most Successful Faction of All Time

Eric Bischoff, Scott Hall, Diamond Dallas Page, and Booker T recount the rise and fall of the NWO! Eric remembers what sparked the idea in the first place, how he was able to get Kevin Nash and Scott Hall to leave WWE for WCW, and when Hulk Hogan officially became the third member. Eric also reveals who he had lined up before Hogan agreed to join. Scott Hall shares his reasons for jumping to WCW at the time, how and why he involved Diamond Dallas Page in the NWO angles, and some of his favorite moments from that time. And DDP and Booker T recall what the rise of the NWO did for WCW and their own careers respectively.
29/01/20201 hour 10 minutes 57 seconds
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The Murder Trial of OJ Simpson - 25 Years Later

The OJ Simpson murder trial is arguably one of the most intriguing cases in modern criminal history. Over 25 years later, and no one’s really sure exactly what happened to OJ’s ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ron Goldman on the night of June 12, 1994.  OJ Simpson was arrested a few days after the brutal killings, charged with both murders, and after a high-profile, public trial that lasted nearly 10 months, was acquitted of both crimes. Tim Mangione, who’s been following and researching the case for the last quarter of a century, offers his insight and theories about who possibly killed Nicole and Ron, and why he doesn’t believe it was OJ. Tim also discusses the Dream Team curse, the back  stories behind Judge Lance Ito, Mark Furman, and Robert Kardashian, and the many controversies surrounding the case and trial.
24/01/20201 hour 5 minutes 48 seconds
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The Life and Times of Super Liger: Jan 4, 1997 - Jan 5, 1997

In honor of Jushin Thunder Liger’s retirement, Chris tells the full story of Super Liger! He chronicles the character’s origin, the costume design, and seeing the mask for the first time. And he hosts a watch-along of Super Liger’s one and only match against Koji Kanemoto at the Tokyo Dome in January of 1997.  He remembers the crowd reaction (or lack thereof), the locker room reaction post-match, and even shares a few of the critical reviews. Chris also talks about the fallout from the match, and the one thing that saved his opportunity to do more work for New Japan in the future.
22/01/202056 minutes 58 seconds
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The Killer Queens Will Rock You

The Killer Queens are the only all-female Queen cover band, and they’re rockin’ the Chris Jericho Rock &amp; Wrestling Rager at Sea Part Deux next week! They’re also rockin’ TIJ with their incredible story! Lead singer Nina Noir, guitarist Emily Ruvidich, and keyboardist Olivia talk about their favorite Queen songs, which are the hardest to play and sing, which are the most fun, and how they put together their set list. Plus, Nina shares the story about meeting Brian May and Roger Taylor, attending the London premiere of the “Bohemian Rhapsody” film, and meeting star Rami Malek. Nina also toured with Queensryche, and explains how she landed the part of Sister Mary.
17/01/202058 minutes 42 seconds
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A Farewell To The King - Reflections of Neil Peart

The music world was stunned last Friday when news broke of Rush drummer Neil Peart’s death from brain cancer. So celebrate the life, legacy and music of one of the greatest, most-influential drummers in rock and roll history with Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante and Winery Dogs (and former Dream Theater) drummer Mike Portnoy, who share their personal stories and recollections on Neil, Rush’s albums and stage shows. Mike was actually friends with Neil and speaks to their relationship, and Charlie remembers the first time he met Neil and why that didn’t go exactly as planned. They also share favorite songs, favorite drum solos, favorite live performances, and favorite Neil memories.
15/01/20201 hour 10 minutes 23 seconds
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Coffin Talk with Darby Allin

Darby Allin started in the world of skateboarding and explains how that led him to pro-wrestling! He talks about his craziest skating stunts (like jumping on two broken ankles) and his craziest in-ring moves on the indie scene.  He went to film school (which explains all his cool AEW intro videos), lived in the apartment above Jimmy Kimmel’s black-sheep cousin, and also lived in his car for 18 months. He mastered the art of George Forman grilling in bathrooms, and somehow managed to find time and place to write a screenplay that he’s planning to turn into a movie this Spring! He shares favorite matches, favorite punk bands, and reveals why he chooses to live the straight edge lifestyle.
10/01/20201 hour 35 seconds
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The Blues Power of Jared James Nichols

Jared James Nichols grew up just miles from where blues guitar legend Stevie Ray Vaughan played his final show, and ultimately died in a tragic helicopter crash! So maybe that’s where some of Jared’s love of blues and guitar comes from. But it’s definitely not where he got his left-handed, pick-less playing style! Jared talks about his musical start, the role his mom played in his career, how a chance run-in with Lynyrd Skynyrd gave him his first big break, and why taking a risk on a European Tour changed everything for Jared and his power trio band.
08/01/20201 hour 24 seconds
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The Gorey Stories of Rhyno

Rhyno makes his TIJ debut, and brings with him all kinds of stories involving all of his runs at WWE (including the reasons why his last stint there didn’t work out)! He talks about working with Stephanie McMahon and what he learned from her, what really happened the time he got kicked out of the ring by Vince McMahon during the middle of a match, and all the stuff he learned from Jericho while there. Rhyno also speaks to his friendship with Edge and Christian, his time at ECW with Paul Heyman and what that did for his career, the Tony Condello Northern Death Tours in Canada, and why Impact Wrestling is the perfect place for him at this point in his career.
03/01/20201 hour 3 minutes 35 seconds
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David Weiss: Flat Earth and the Globe Lie

We’re kicking off 2020 with the return of Flat Earther David Weiss who offers up more proof that we live on a flat plane and NOT a giant ball as we’ve been taught our whole lives! He addresses gravity, the horizon, airplanes, the Summer and Winter Solstice, the laws of light, the moon, sunsets and sunrises, and alien existence. He offers up experiments that you can do at home that will prove the globe lie. He also explains why he thinks NASA and Disney are the same company, and why he firmly believes nuclear bombs are a hoax, and North Korea’s Kim Jong-un is not the leader of that country.
01/01/20201 hour 7 minutes 17 seconds
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Marko Stunt - Mr. Fun Size Hits The Big Time

Marko Stunt wanted to be wrestler from the time he was 15-years old, and didn’t let size stop him from pursuing his dream. He talks about the training he did in highschool, and how he started working the Nashville scene. He also recounts the time he broke his leg at a Joey Janela show, how Bully Ray (aka Bubba Dudley) and Tommy Dreamer made Marko look like a million bucks in the Over Budget Battle Royal at All In Chicago and ultimately got him signed to AEW, and what he thought when The Young Bucks casually offered him an AEW contract. He also talks about meeting Sammy Guevara at 2017 WrestleCon, tagging with Luchasaurus and Jungle Boy, and the one match he’s hoping to do someday at AEW.
27/12/201959 minutes 26 seconds
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HO HO Hogan - A Santa With Muscles Watchalong feat. Team Tiger Awesome

Merry Christmas! CJ and the Team Tiger Awesome crew (Nick Mundy, Clint Gage, and Michael Truly) celebrate the holidays with a watchalong of the Hulk Hogan Christmas classic cough cough “Santa With Muscles!” And of course this is filled with numerous side convos about Star Wars, KISS, “That 70s Show,” Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito, and ideas for new TV shows. And see if you can figure out the plot of the movie by the time it’s over!
25/12/20191 hour 59 minutes 23 seconds
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Brad Williams Is Pregnant

The very funny Brad Williams brings the laughs to TIJ, and he has plenty to say about life as a little person comic, why he doesn’t mind the word “midget,” how he deals with hecklers at stand-up shows, and what inspires his comedy. He also shares the story about how a morning show radio bit and a threesome dating app led him to his wife, and what he’s most looking forward to about fatherhood! Plus, he’s got a great tale about meeting the Big Show at LAX (and an awesome picture to prove it)!
20/12/20191 hour 10 minutes 25 seconds
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Vince Russo - Booking Genius or the Most Hated Man In Wrestling?

Vince Russo makes his TIJ debut to talk about his role in bringing Chris Jericho to the WWE, what happened when Vince jumped ship to WCW, and when he knew it was the end there! Vince is also talking about his relationship with Vince McMahon, his relationship with Eric Bischoff, and his tenure at TNA. He’s sharing some of his favorite storylines and angles with talent like The Rock, Goldust, and Steve Austin, how and why Russo believes he became so hated by wrestling fans, and what he really thinks about today’s wrestling product.
18/12/20191 hour 18 minutes 48 seconds
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To Hell With The Devil x Ten = Michael Sweet

Michael Sweet returns to TIJ to celebrate his 10th solo album, “Ten,” and the 33rd anniversary of Stryper’s most popular album, “To Hell With The Devil!” Michael talks about the album’s controversial album cover that got them banned from some retailers, and ultimately had to be replaced. He also talks about the power of MTV, and how Stryper went from clubs to arenas overnight with virtually no radio play. He speaks about the songwriting and creative process, the many bass players during that era, the inventive black and yellow stage costumes, and the stigma and discrimination they faced as a Christian rock band.
13/12/20191 hour 21 minutes 11 seconds
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Sh*t It & Get It with The Highway Man James Storm

The Highway Man James Storm makes his TIJ debut with some great stories about turning down both WWE and Impact to do his own thing on the indie scene! He talks Beer Money with Bobby Roode (and whether a reunion may be in the works), America’s Most Wanted with Chris Harris (and how a night of partying turned into that tag team), and what he learned from the late, great Dusty Rhodes (Cowboys don’t do moonsaults). James also remembers working Hulk Hogan in London, fist-fighting a fan who entered the ring, and how he became such good friends with Ric Flair. Plus, James reveals the inspiration behind his awesome Django Django videos.
11/12/20191 hour 2 minutes 11 seconds
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The Spanish Sex God Sammy Guevara Graces Us With His Presence

First he was hand-picked to be part of the Inner Circle, and now he’s been hand-picked to appear on TIJ! The Spanish Sex God, Sammy Guevara, talks about his journey to AEW, and what it’s like being part of Le Sex Gods, the hottest new tag team at the company. Sammy’s talking Pandas, vlogging, and meeting his heroes. He also recalls his WWE experience, getting booked on Lucha Underground, wrestling in Japan, and training at Booker T’s wrestling school.
06/12/20191 hour 5 minutes 56 seconds
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I Was Made For Livin' On A Prayer with Desmond Child

Legendary songwriter Desmond Child has 70 Top 40 hits to his name, a GRAMMY, and a Songwriters Hall of Fame induction! He’s written huge tunes with Bon Jovi (“Livin’ On A Prayer”), Aerosmith (“Dude (Looks Like A Lady)”), Ricky Martin (“Cup Of Life”), KISS (“I Was Made For Lovin’ You”), Katy Perry (“Waking Up In Vegas”), Joan Jett (“I Hate Myself For Lovin’ You”), and Alice Cooper! And he’s sharing all the stories behind the songs, and explaining how Paul Stanley of KISS was instrumental in pivoting Desmond’s music career from that of bandmember to songwriter and producer. You’ll discover the songs he likes, the ones he’s not too fond of, and the few that find new life in new forms (can you say NFL Sunday Night Football theme?). Plus, Desmond talks about the time he met Michael Jackson, and why they never ended up writing together.
04/12/20191 hour 6 minutes 16 seconds
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The Life And Times Of The Storm Wrestling Academy

Lance Storm is closing the Storm Wrestling Academy this year after an amazing 15-year run! He’s talking about the timing of his decision, the new adventure he’s about to undertake with WWE, and what prompted him to open the wrestling school in the first place! He’s also talking about the hundreds of students who have come through his doors – his favorites, the ones who got away, and the ones who should have made it but didn’t for whatever reason. He’s sharing stories about some of the legends who’ve visited the school to offer advice and tips (like Bret Hart, Rey Mysterio, Edge, and Don Callis), and some of the second-generation wrestlers he’s instructed over the years (like Dominik Mysterio, Brian Pillman Jr., and Rachael Ellering).
29/11/20191 hour 13 minutes 38 seconds
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Take It Off - KISS Unmasked In The 80s

It’s Le Champion’s favorite era of KISS – 80's KISS!  So much so that he wrote the forward to a new book called “Take It Off: KISS Truly Unmasked!” Greg Prato wrote the book which features interviews with Bruce Kulick (who was KISS’ lead guitarist for much of that time period), video director Paul Rachman (who did the “Unholy” and “Domino” videos), producer Ron Nevison (who helmed the “Crazy Nights” album), and TIJ alum and rock expert Eddie Trunk!  So today, Greg and Eddie Trunk join Chris to talk 80's KISStory, including a breakdown of the 12 non-makeup albums, the big tours, late, great drummer Eric Carr (who was a close personal friend of Eddie’s), Vinnie Vincent’s contribution to the band during his short tenure, Gene Simmons’ run of 80s films, and the role that MTV played in keeping the band alive.
27/11/20191 hour 19 minutes 31 seconds
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NZO & CazXL Tell You How They Doin...

NZO and CazXL (formerly Enzo and Big Cass) are back in a big way! They recount what’s happened since their respective firings from WWE, the personal fallout of their own friendship, and the scary seizure that Cass suffered at a House of Hardcore signing. Cass speaks candidly about his battle with alcohol, his unbelievable recovery, and how he and Enzo were able to fix their friendship. Plus, Enzo tells his hilarious Survivor Series story, talks about his music career, and explains what finally brought him back to the ring.
22/11/20191 hour 17 minutes 50 seconds
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Beware the Terror of The Holzer Files!

Hans Holzer was the first American ghost-hunter, who investigated thousands of paranormal hauntings. His books and case files inspired Dan Aykroyd to write the hit movie, “Ghostbusters!” And now some of Hans’ most intriguing cases are being examined and re-investigated on the new Travel Channel TV show, “The Holzer Files,” by two longtime friends of TIJ, investigator Dave Schrader (of Beyond The Darkness podcast fame), and researcher Gabe Roth (horror filmmaker Eli Roth’s brother). Dave and Gabe share a behind-the-scenes look at some of the spookier moments that occurred during filming along with some of the terrifying experiences that happened off camera! They talk about the infamous Rye House in New York, the ghost crew of the USS Constellation Warship, and the Whaley House.
20/11/20191 hour 2 minutes 41 seconds
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The Comedy and Courage of Cripple Threat

Comedian Ryan “Cripple Threat” Niemiller came in 3rd on “America’s Got Talent,” but always dreamed of being a professional wrestler!  That’s how he ended up getting some great coaching and training from Le Champion during Ryan’s AGT finale appearance! Hear that story along with what it took to make AGT, why it’s harder than it might seem, and what the judges are really like when the cameras aren’t rolling. Plus, Ryan talks about his foray into professional wrestling before starting in standup, his friendship with the Young Bucks and Peter “The Librarian” Avalon, and how it was not his disability that prevented him from pursuing that dream but something else entirely! He also speaks to developing his standup act, why his self-deprecating jokes always seem to get the best response, and the one joke he’ll never be able to tell again.
15/11/20191 hour 13 minutes 4 seconds
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Awesome Kong GLOWS with AEW

Kia Stevens is Awesome Kong in AEW, The Welfare Queen on the Netflix series GLOW, and she was Karma at WWE. She also from suffers from coulrophobia (fancy word for legit fear of clowns, and she’s got the stories to back it up)! Kia got her wrestling start in Japan with All Japan Women, lived in the dojo for years, and speaks fluent Japanese. She spent some time in TNA and talks about her historic match against Gail Kim, and recounts her jump to WWE and the birth of Karma! Plus, Kia takes us behind the scenes of GLOW, and explains how she landed at AEW.
13/11/20191 hour 7 minutes 37 seconds
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Donald Trump Jr Triggers America

Donald Trump Jr. drops by in what’s sure to be the most controversial episode in TIJ history. Yes, he speaks about Russia, Jussie Smollett, and his father, the most polarizing President in American history. He addresses impeachment, the 2020 election, the “leftist media,” and his own political aspirations. Donald Jr. also remembers his father’s WWE run, the Battle of The Billionaires, the family friendship with the McMahons, and the moment that Stone Cold Steve Austin gave his father a stunner!
08/11/201956 minutes 8 seconds
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Holygram Diver - Ronnie James Dio Lives!

Wendy Dio, wife and manager of the late, great, legendary, Ronnie James Dio, is sharing stories from her life with Ronnie! She’s talking about how they met, why he left Black Sabbath to start his own band, what inspired the swords and dragon imagery of Dio’s early days, and about his stomach cancer diagnosis. She also explains why she was shocked by his passing, and how she’s keeping his memory and legacy alive through is music and philanthropy (the 5th Annual Bowl For Ronnie is tomorrow night, November 7th)!! Plus, Wendy’s taking us behind-the-scenes of last summer’s DIO hologram tour, and what it took to make that happen.
06/11/20191 hour 3 minutes 29 seconds
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Superstitious Minds - Paranormal Elvis

Halloween week concludes with paranormal stories about the King of Rock, Elvis Presley! Jeff Dougherty of the Christian Whistleblower YouTube channel spent time around Elvis and the Memphis Mafia. Jeff’s childhood friend, Charlie Hodge, was close to Elvis and actually lived at Graceland! Jeff shares stories about Elvis’ ghost haunting Graceland after his death, the real reason Elvis wanted to meet the Beatles, and what he warned John Lennon and Paul McCartney about. Jeff’s also talking about the secret international, multi-government organization that was exerting mind control over Elvis, and how Elvis’ Hollywood career and stint in the Army were all part of a bigger plan!
01/11/20191 hour 4 minutes 5 seconds
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I Know What It's Like To Be Dead - Paranormal Beatles

&quot;We Need To Talk About Ghosts&quot; podcast host Kevin Eustace lives in Liverpool and is an expert on all things paranormal Beatles! He’s collected and researched paranormal stories about the Fab Four for years, and now he’s sharing them with Chris and fellow Beatles fanatic, Charlie Benante of Anthrax. Kevin speaks to sightings of John Lennon’s ghost, weird experiences at the famous Cavern Club, and other well-known Beatles locations like Strawberry Field and Penny Lane (home of the Penny Lane Poltergeist). He also talks about the alleged Beatles curse, the ghost that haunted George Harrison’s home in the 1970s, and John Lennon’s UFO experience with May Pang during his infamous Lost Weekend! Plus, Kevin recounts the story of how Lennon sold his soul to the devil in exchange for fame and fortune!