Since 1984 every wrestling promoter has tried to beat Vince McMahon and the World Wrestling Federation unsuccessfully… except one, Eric Bischoff. From a “C-Team Announcer” to the President of WCW, Eric did it all! The nWo, Monday Night Nitro, and most importantly beating Vince not once, but 83 times in a row! Hear all about it on 83 Weeks with Eric Bischoff and Conrad Thompson!
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The business of the business is back! Join Eric Bischoff and Jon Alba on this week's "Strictly Business," as they dive into WWE CEO Nick Khan's recent comments about future TV rights, AEW running Las Vegas, wrestling fan tribalism, and more! more
On this episode of 83 Weeks, Eric and Conrad discuss the announcement of AEW Collision and the pros and cons of a new Saturday show. They also discuss legacy of the Four Horsemen. Eric shares his thoughts on the faction and if he believes the group i... more
On this week's edition of "Strictly Business," Eric Bischoff and Jon Alba discuss AEW's announcement of the "AEW Collision" TV show, CM Punk's alleged issues with the company, Seth Rollins joining Marvel, and WWE's upcoming sponsorships with Endeavor... more
Another great episode with Eric taking a dump on Meltzer. 5 stars, would have been more with a few flips in the Tokyo Dome.
This podcast doesn’t just give insight on storylines that were told but also the business function as to why some characters, and storylines were even made. Love this podcast, and loved it since day 1
This has become one of my favorite wrestling podcasts. The topics are pretty good with Dungeon of Doom by far being my favorite. But mainly, I like the host and Eric’s performance. It’s great to see Eric looking back objectively at some of these goofy ideas and just acknowledging how ridiculous they were. It’s hard to admit mistakes so I appreciate his modesty and candor. Also, we always knew why dopey Beefcake was in WCW but his explanation of how valuable Hulk was to WCW really explains the pr... more
I don't understand why when Eric posts or comments on something in RESPONSE to someone calling out WCW for various reasons, he gets crucified for it. Of course he would feel the need to take up for the company he revolutionized as well as take for a man, in Ted Turner, who allowed Eric to change the wrestling business forever. I don't understand why AEW feels the need to mention WCW anyway. I think they have enough to worry about with their current product and that should be their focus. Let's n... more
Paul is “channel changer jones” for me. I’ve already unsubscribed from the Kurt Angle Show and the Arn Show because of how often he hosts. Whether Conrad likes it or not he is just as much the reason I listen as the boys are.
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83 Weeks launched 5 years ago and published 301 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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