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Actor and wrestling enthusiast, Freddie Prinze Jr. pulls the curtain back on the world of wrestling in his new podcast, WWFreddie – Wrestling With Freddie. While fans may know Prinze from his ‘90s films like “She’s All That” and “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” his first love is wrestling. In this show he’ll take listeners on a personal journey sharing stories from his time as a writer for the “WWE” (World Wrestling Entertainment) and chats with current wrestlers and hall of famers. Get ready to rumble as we go Wrestling With Freddie. Photography Credit: Joseph Viles


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 79 ratings
  • A natural storyteller

    I could listen to his stories all day!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States9 days ago
  • Macaulay are you working for nxt2.0?, because all your dumb comedy gimmicks would fit right in now.I can imagine you giggling like a school girl about Wendy Choo's debut. Y'all's booking ideas so far are so midddd

    Foo Phizers
    9 days ago

    5 STARS+ !!! We Love this Freddie's new podcast. more

    Apple Podcasts
    Rock in Rico
    United States11 days ago
  • Great podcast

    This has quickly jumped to the top of my wrestling podcast list. I can’t wait to hear more episodes. I hate that I must regretfully inform you that the Librarians were already a thing in AEW, however.

    Apple Podcasts
    Dante Grigio
    United States17 days ago
  • FPJ!

    WWF is a solid and incredibly knowledgeable podcast. As an Indy wrestler with my own podcast I am soaking in every bit of this. Need to get Freddie on my show! Keep killin it!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States17 days ago

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