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Topic: Talk is Jericho Podcast
Posted By: Rico Len
Subject: Talk is Jericho Podcast
Date Posted: 03/December/2013 at 18:14
Coming tomorrow (December 4). Chris Jericho is starting a weekly podcast, and his first guest is none other than Stone Cold Steve Austin.

To be honest I am having a lot more fun listening to Austin's two podcasts lately than I am watching anything the WWE is doing. Today I intend to listen to his interview with Daniel Bryan, which was interestingly enough advertised on Raw last night.

I am happy to see it is a Wednesday podcast because that means that now Tuesday-Thursday I can download a new podcast to listen to on my mp3 player in my car while I'm driving 4 hours back and forth to Stanford.

On a side note I am expecting the Steve Austin Show podcast to have Chris Jericho as a guest in the very near future as well.

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Posted By: John The Baptist
Date Posted: 10/April/2015 at 01:52
The live podcast with Cena was great, knew it would be as Cena was a good interview on Howard Stern talking about fucking fat chicks and shit.

Crazy how he was roadie with Ultimo Dragon, Funaki, Tajiri and The Bashams.


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Posted By: Rico Len
Date Posted: 10/April/2015 at 02:39
Agreed. I enjoyed his interview with Steve Austin on his podcast too. It will be fun once he's slowed down enough to do more shoot interviews to see what more he has to say because he's no doubt got some great road stories to tell.

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Posted By: admin
Date Posted: 01/January/2018 at 11:31
Quote Chris Jericho recently announced that last Friday's episode of his Talk Is Jericho podcast was the final edition of the show that will air at Podcast One.

Jericho revealed that his podcast, as well as the Jericho Network that he launched in June of 2016 will be leaving Podcast One and moving to its' new home, Westwood One.

"This is the last TIJ of 2017 and it's also the last Talk is Jericho here on PodcastOne," Jericho said. "I've got a big announcement to share with you. Talk is Jericho has a new podcast home for 2018. My show is moving to Westwood One, the huge, the famous Westwood One!"

"Nothing is really changing," Jericho stated. "We're still doing two episodes per week, every Wednesday and Friday, just like we've always been doing... The good news is [that] The Jericho Network is coming with me. So Westwood One, here we come! I really feel that Talk Is Jericho is going to go to a whole new level with Westwood One."

Anyone know where his new podcast will be because I don't think he mentioned the new home for it enough times.
 
They must have offered him a better deal, as Chris has always been someone to chase the money.
 
I wasn't keen in the past when I have listened. When I listen to a wrestler I only want them to talk wrestling. Not bothered about other stuff.


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Posted By: Rico Len
Date Posted: 01/January/2018 at 15:37
But Chris Irving isn't just a wrestler, he's a certified rock star as well. I agree that I prefer just the wrestling talk, but I've been surprised a time or three when he's talked shop about his rock and roll life and enjoyed it far more than I thought I would have.

Talk is Jericho and The Steve Austin Show Uncensored are still IMO the two best wrestling podcasts out there. I used to listen to a lot while I was driving so much, now it's kinda rare.


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Posted By: Rico Len
Date Posted: 15/February/2019 at 15:37


It's starting to sound like Vince and Co. might be in for some serious competition in time. This is not going to be WCW or TNA by any stretch, yet still deliver to the fans what they liked from WWF and WCW during the Monday Night Wars.

I've said this before, but it's looking more and more legitimately possible that in 5-10 years, AEW could be delivering a product that is at the exact same level production-quality wise and ratings wise.

Tony Khan is clearly way ahead of Dixie and Bischoff in the business world, and will be far more hands on and intelligent with his expenses than Ted Turner.

At this point the question is can they successfully execute? If All In is any indication, it looks like they will be. The fans are clearly there with regards to seeing how quickly Double or Nothing sold out.

I really want to hear about the TV deal they get, that's the biggest pivot-point now that will either make or break how successful they can be.

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