With co-hosts like the “voice of wrestling” Jim Ross, Conrad Thompson brings us behind the scenes for some of the greatest moments in wrestling history.
On the debut episode of Something To Wrestle with Bruce Prichard, Bruce and host Conrad Thompson takes us back to 1989 when "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes joined the WWF and rocked the polka dots. Plus, Bruce shares for the first time a hilarious story of him and Dusty on the road.
This week's episode of ARN, it's Ask Arn Anything 3! Due to the overwhelming amount of questions sent in by the listeners, Arn and Conrad decided to go over another series of questions that they didn't get to previously, which cover everything from the NWA in the 80s, to working backstage in WWE and
Well, let's just put a bag over someone's head and murder them! And that's what WCW tried to do with the Terry Funk and Ric Flair feud. Regardless, this was a good show, even though the public outcry about the final angle had WCW staffers scrambling to find the right answer.
One of the funniest segments of the podcast, Tony reads along the lyrics to Snoop Dogg's iconic track, "Ain't No Fun (If the Homies Can't Have None)".
On this week's Grilling JR with WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross & Conrad Thompson, the subject is the controversial 2008 WWE Draft! Suoerstars moved from Raw to Smackdown to ECW, and all points in between, INCLUDING, Jim Ross himself, as he was drafted to Smackdown.
On this episode of 83 Weeks with Eric Bischoff and Conrad Thompson, the subject is the December 15th 1997 WCW debut of Bret "The Hitman" Hart! After a few false starts throughout the years, and red hot off the Montreal Screwjob, Bret arrives on Nitro amidst a long time run of Nitro ratings victories