Nobody had a career like Arn Anderson. For more than three decades he has been the epitome of “old school.” Hear him as you’ve never heard him before every Tuesday at 6am Eastern as he gives you a peak behind the curtain for the first time ever. Each week Paul Bromwell will examine Arn’s days in the territories, becoming an Anderson, creating the Four Horsemen in the NWA, becoming a Hall of Famer, and being a producer behind the scenes for years for WWE proving “The Enforcer” has a story unlike anyone else. Known for his trademark Spinebuster and incredible “promos” in front of the camera, it’s his timing and wit that has kept “the boys” in stitches behind the scenes. Hear for yourself why ARN is the new “symbol of excellence” in professional wrestling podcasting, Saturday's at 6:05am Eastern.
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On this episode of ARN, Paul and Arn discuss all things December 1993. They discuss Davey Boy Smith leaving WCW, The Boss making his debut for the company, Paul Roma turns full-blown heel, the build to Starrcade and the match between Ric Flair and Va... more
This week on The Arn Show, The Enforcer is down again but we're still bringing you a fun show with a look at some of Arn's best stories about his time in the WWF! Topics include leaving Crockett, negotiations with Vince, saving Tully from Andre, leav... more
This week, The Enforcer is down with a back injury and unable to record, but we still have an exciting episode locked and loaded! Wind the clock back with the AFS Exclusive episode featuring Arn, Conrad, and AA's long time tag team partner, Tully Bla... more
This show is a can’t miss! Get to know the man behind the man every week. Arn is a legend in wrestling and in life.
Arn was a wrestler who was always believable and respected the business he was in. I enjoy hearing his insights to the business he loves and wish the “wrestlers” of today treated the business with the same respect. Not sure where the show will go after they get through the month by month format of arns in ring career is over, but I would love to see them go back to the JCP days and review shows and angles in depth. Stay away from his days as an agent in wwe. I want to hear about Arns wrestl... more
Double A is THE MAN
I’m a huge fan of Arn. The show used to be good. Paul does piss, poor research, and only caters to the people who are on adfree shows. It’s funny that it caters to 2% of the audience. Nobody else gets the opportunity to participate in the show. Paul is a mark for himself and the click that is ad free shows.
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ARN launched 4 years ago and published 224 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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