If you've always wanted to know what the real story was behind some of wrestling's biggest moments, Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard will finally give you the real answer. A terrific storyteller, Bruce has done and seen it all and now he's going to share it all with you so sit back and be ready for a wild ride! Join Bruce and his partner in crime, Conrad Thompson as they take you through the WWF's expansion in the 80s, Houston Wrestling, the challenging early 90s for the WWF, the GWF, the Monday Night War, the 2000s in WWE and TNA and so much more! Jump in Brother Love's DeLorean and go back in time as Bruce and Conrad pull back the curtain and take you inside some of wrestling's most outrageous, controversial and fascinating moments. New episodes each Friday at 12pm Eastern.
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On this episode of Something To Wrestle, Bruce is BACK and ready to talk about Ken Shamrock's final couple of months in the WWF. Bruce and Conrad discuss the development and introduction of Ken's "sister" Ryan Shamrock. Who was she, where did she com... more
On this episode of Something To Wrestle, we're getting down and dirty with a 30 year anniversary REMIX of King Of The Ring 1993! Conrad opens the show with the latest on our missing pal Bruce and kicks off what was a tremendous PPV. more
Bruce and Conrad dive into the 1998 debut of Over the Edge. After an extended discussion on the late great "Superstar" Billy Graham, the guys cover everything leading up to the show and the event itself. Hear stories about the DX invasion of RAW, sho... more
I heard Bruce Prichard on Stone Cold’s podcast all the way back in either late 2016 or early 2017, it’s been too long to remember. He plugged his new-ish podcast, and considering I was working nights as a housekeeper, I needed more content, so I gave it a try. Something to Wrestle quickly became my favorite podcast, and something I looked forward to each and every week. more
The show was hilarious and informative. The key word is was, because after Bruce returned to work for WWE, the show became bland. He started doing fewer impressions, and carefully choose his words when speaking about certain people or issues. At this point, he’s just going through the motions and calling it in.
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This podcast answers all the questions for fans of the golden era of wrestling in the 1980s and 90s. It’s by far the best podcast that Conrad Thompson does.
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Something to Wrestle launched 7 years ago and published 383 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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