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He's actually a good interviewer. Love his HBK and Angle interviews. Slowly getting through the rest
The Jim Ross interviews (there's a part 1 and part 2) are brilliant. The stories about Bill Watts and the territories are fascinating. The Bret Hart one isn't bad.
 

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Agree re: jim ross. Seriously great stuff.

I love the solo/talking shit with unknown friends episodes. Austin is an entertaining dude.
 

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His ad's are cringeworthy tho "and anything with two legs and a pair of tits walks by... And you flag poles gonna be flyin...' Well actually that one's pretty funny
 

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Been catching up on alot of these. Some Really great interviews.
The Paul Heyman ones are fantastic, Heyman is brilliant and so switched on. Eric Bischoff interviews fantastic as well, loved them both talking about their companies demise and what brought about there faillings.
Also a great one just up with Vince Russo, cant help but feel sorry for the bloke, cops alot of flack for his time in WcW but not alot of recognition for his wwf time.
 

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Been catching up on alot of these. Some Really great interviews.
The Paul Heyman ones are fantastic, Heyman is brilliant and so switched on. Eric Bischoff interviews fantastic as well, loved them both talking about their companies demise and what brought about there faillings.
Also a great one just up with Vince Russo, cant help but feel sorry for the bloke, cops alot of flack for his time in WcW but not alot of recognition for his wwf time.
I couldn't listen to that. I'd want to magically reach into the podcast and strangle him.

The 2-parter with Cornette is unsurprisingly brilliant too (and hilarious). Cornette's rib stories are hysterical.
 

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I couldn't listen to that. I'd want to magically reach into the podcast and strangle him.

The 2-parter with Cornette is unsurprisingly brilliant too (and hilarious). Cornette's rib stories are hysterical.
I reckon you should,, was a really fantastic interview, especially when he talks about Owens death. Changed my view on him alot, still think he ruined lots of things but he wass also brilliant
 

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Doesn't mind dropping an f bomb or two, listened to a few like his non interview eps where he's just talking shit...

Recently watched his doco, stone cold truth ( I think ) it was excellent, he was able to admit where he was wrong etc
 

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Anyone listen to the Jericho/JR podcasts? All through Podcastone.

Jericho/Heyman/Edge chatting together was a good listen.
I listen to the both of them and like them both, maybe not as much as Austin's. but rarely miss them.

Austin seems to be the most well researched and does his best to be in the same room as the interviewee

Jericho is great but can't stand his first 5 minutes, with the cowbell and such. like his variety of guests.

JR can ramble a bit (he seemed to lose AJ Styles a bit in that interview), but I like his dry sense of humour.

Jim Cornette's is pretty good too, he's a funny bastard he's pretty bitter though, haha.
 

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I always listen to Jericho's, love some of the guests he gets on. I listen to JR sometimes as well. Anybody listened to Roddy Piper's podcast?
 

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When Cornette really gets on a roll, it's funny as hell :D
If I ever met the bloke in real life, I'd be tempted to innocently mention that I think Vince Russo gets a bad wrap, just to hear his reaction, haha
 

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Listen to them whenever they have an interesting guest. Prefer Jericho because his accent is easier for me to understand.
 

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Austin is hard for you to understand?

Some of Austins best shows are him just talking shit (solo or with @tedfowler361ontwitter) or feuding with various roided up or talking animals.
 

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Just listened to the Tommy Dreamer interview, not bad. Interesting fact though. Apparently it was all set for Abyss to face Undertaker at Wm, until Abyss got cold feet, he was then replaced with the Nathan Jones angle. Tommy rated Abyss right at the top of those he's wrestled with.
 
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