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Best Randy Savage podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Randy Savage podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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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 ...
 
A hypothetical podcast wherein three friends consider life's real headscratchers: What if instead of with hands, sign language meant communicating with cue cards? How much ranch dressing is too much…on a salad at Macho Man Randy Savage’s house? What are we all, like, even doing here? Think of us as the very best of the replies on AskReddit, because then we can think it too.
 
Talking to Savages is a weekly Podcast Where, Former MMA Fighter Ryan "One More Round" Rother and Reality Based Self Defense Instructor Randy King, Interview people with the Craziest stories about: Violence, Crime, Conflict and sometimes Sex. Listen in as Ryan and Randy talk to some of the most fascinating people about the crazy and hilarious things that happen to them in their professional and personal lives.
 
A gaming, nerd culture, punch dancing wrecking crew. Having the force of 1000 Mitsubishi X-2 fighter jets, making crime think twice about robbing fatherless toddlers. (comparable to putting your ear to the sky, closing your eyes tight and hearing Randy Savage body slam Jesus through a Slim Jim.)
 
Tony Thaxton explores the weirder side of music, celebrating and telling the story behind those strange albums that make you wonder how and why they exist. Doing deep dives on albums released by pro athletes, actors, fictional characters, and more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bizarrealbums/support Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bizarrealbums/support
 
The published poet and limerick writing, motivational speaking brother of WWE Hall of Famer Macho Man Randy Savage, Lanny Poffo brings back stories of his brother and the glory days of professional wrestling with this weekly podcast. His wrestling career in the WWE was highlighted by a victory over Hulk Hogan, though nothing highlights anything more in his life than being able to share and recount stories from his past to you, the Genius Cast faithful! Join Lanny and his partner in crime, JP ...
 
Make it Stop is a podcast dedicated to dissecting terrible albums. Hosted by musicians Heather Mack and Mike Dunn, and featuring a variety of quirky guests from the Boston arts and music scene, Make it Stop braves the putrid depths of the worst albums ever made. By the end, you'll be begging them for more...while screaming "make it stop!" Proud part of Pantheon - the podcast network for music lovers.
 
Diving deep down into the bloody beating heart of the UK rock scene, Bane of My Life is the podcast that rams you in the van, pummels you in the pit, or sends you up 3 flights of stairs lugging a tonne of shit gear. Brought to you by immortal punk rock legends,The Kirkz, each episode we ransack our little black book and pull out an icon of underground rock n roll to face the music. This is a wry look of the hilarious comi-tragic tales that come from an illogical, love of all things responsib ...
 
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Fact: "Macho Man" Randy Savage is one of the best professional wrestlers to ever grace the ring with his presence. Fact: The "Mega-Powers" storyline is arguably the best story the WWF has ever told. Opinion: The WWF missed opportunities to elevate the "Macho Man" even higher then he was and have his run be remembered as one of the classic title rei…
 
(Part 2 of 2).. Alright Stoppies, you sick fucks. You know what time it is, because you assholes voted for it - and we couldn't be prouder/more disgusted. That's right baby, it's time for a Core-tastrophe of epic proportions - a nightmarish plunge into the twisted mind of the "Skrillex you bought on Wish" aka Corey Feldman, best known for starring …
 
Just 3 years after graduating high school, Crispin Glover was cast in one of the biggest movies of all time, Back To The Future in 1985. He followed that with the critically successful River’s Edge. Then, he took a few years off of acting and pursued other creative projects. Writing and illustrating books...and making an album. This is the story of…
 
On this episode of Something To Wrestle, Bruce and Conrad look back at Vengeance 2005, which took place on June 26, 2005 from the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, NV. Vengeance 2005 was loaded with talent from the RAW brand, featuring a main event between Batista and Triple H inside Hell in a Cell for the WWE World Championship. Also on the car…
 
On this special episode of Something To Wrestle from our Patreon archives, Bruce and Conrad discuss one of the most infamous stories in the history of WWE. JR was on that flight and had to let people go upon landing. Hear the good, the bad, and ugly about "The Plane Ride From Hell"! The boys aren't stopping there, Bruce pulls back the curtain to wh…
 
Shawn Michaels was one of the greatest superstars that ever graced the squared circle; and he was also one of the most temperamental, often threatening to leave the WWF for its competitor throughout the mid-90s. However, in 1997, he almost actually did it! Listen to Bulldog and NoseDive discuss how the landscape might have looked had Shawn joined h…
 
Alright Stoppies, you sick fucks. You know what time it is, because you assholes voted for it - and we couldn't be prouder/more disgusted. That's right baby, it's time for a Core-tastrophe of epic proportions - a nightmarish plunge into the twisted mind of the "Skrillex you bought on Wish" aka Corey Feldman, best known for starring in classic 80s m…
 
On this episode of Something To Wrestle, Bruce and Conrad look back at the career of John Tenta aka EARTHQUAKE with the WWE. The guys discuss Tenta's early years working around the world as a big man to his debut in the World Wrestling Federation, feuding with Hogan and forming the Natural Disasters. Plus, os much more! If you have credit card debt…
 
This week, your hosts are all househens and clamhands as we celebrate the nation's numerous and individual small businesses, each of which is unique in its similarity. Among the multitude of self-same businesses large and small, we identify definite outliers: Blacktop Mike's Listening Room, Tapan & Andy's Auto Body, and Succulent Josh's Murder-for-…
 
In this episode, Bulldog & NoseDive discuss the first incarnation of the Pay-Per-View & TV war that took place between the WWF and Jim Crocket Promotions, WCW's predecessor. Was there a single talent out there on the landscape that could have turned the tide in the favor of JCP? Listen and find out what we have to say! Follow us on twitter here: @b…
 
Hogan’s Heroes was not exactly your typical sitcom. Debuting on CBS in 1965, it was set in a German POW camp during World War II. And it was a hit. So, in 1966, the supporting cast made an album of popular World War II songs. This is the story of Hogan's Heroes Sing The Best of World War II, from 1966. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The…
 
On this episode of Something To Wrestle, the guys get EXTREME and look back at what Conrad calls his absolute favorite LIVE event he's ever been to ECW One Night Stand 2005! This historic collision of superstars took place in the iconic Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City and gave us several tremendous matches! If you have credit card debt or in …
 
To say Bret Hart's WCW run in the late 90's was a train wreck would be an understatement. Coming off the Montreal Screwjob, no one had more momentum then Bret Hart did in December of 1997? Then why did his run in WCW fall so flat? Was it poor booking? A lack of enthusiasm from Bret Hart? We break it all down for here and discuss how we would have m…
 
In 2007 there was perhaps no one on earth more notorious than DeAndre Way, better known as Soulja Boy. His signature style of simplified, self-produced snap music swept the world as lead single "Crank Dat (Soulja Boy)" quickly rocketed to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and he made himself a multimillionaire at age 17, no small feat for a young black t…
 
He dominated standup comedy. He was a cast member of Saturday Night Live when he was 19. He was a movie star. In Eddie Murphy's own words, his ego said "I can do anything!", so he recorded an album. This is the story of Eddie Murphy's How Could It Be from 1985. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://an…
 
On this episode of Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard, Bruce and Conrad look back at the very first In Your House PPV. It took place on May 14th, 1995 from the War Memorial, in Syracuse, NY. The guys discuss the creation of In Your House. Where did the idea come from? Who came up with the name “In Your House”? Plus, they break down the card, …
 
Macho Man Randy Savage and Hulk Hogan, two of the biggest stars in the history of professional wrestling. They had an on again/off again friendship both in the ring and out. In 2003, when he was more or less retired from wrestling, Macho Man wasn't happy with Hogan and called him out....rapping. This is the story of Be A Man by Macho Man Randy Sava…
 
Bane of My Life here. Breezily skipping through a global pandemic and serving up the antidote to being trapped, with only your own mundane thoughts for company. For a truly authentic experience, Ep 19 has hooked up with Dean Moynihan. A man who voluntarily isolates, 365 days a year, from his home in the hills of Diggle. What this Village of The Dam…
 
On this episode of Something To Wrestle with Bruce Prichard, Bruce and host Conrad Thompson take a deep dive into the career and WWE run of Dylan Postl aka Hornswoggle. From his start in Wisconsin as "the world's sexiest midget" to the rambunctious leprechaun the world grew to love. Bruce shares stories and insight on Hornswoggle's time in the WWE …
 
Welcome to the inaugural episode of the Bulldog's Got the Book wrestling podcast! In this episode Bulldog and his friend Nose Dive discuss and "fantasy book" what a Hulk Hogan heel turn would have looked like in 1992!! Follow us on twitter here: @bulldogbooker Email us here: bulldogbookerman@gmail.com Support us here: www.patreon.com/bulldogsgotthe…
 
Oh, Liz Phair. An indie darling and feminist rock icon who DIY-ed herself into underground superstardom with her classic 1993 album "Exile in Guyville", Phair had gone through some ups and downs musically and personally after her breakout album, putting out a few quietly mediocre albums in the late 90s and getting married, having a child, and divor…
 
May 22, 2020 was the 40th anniversary of the release of Pac-Man, the video game that made video games for everybody. Two Ohio musicians living in Georgia, Jerry Buckner and Gary Garcia, loved Pac-Man so much that they decided to write a song about it. And it got them signed. This is the story of Bucker & Garcia’s Pac-Man Fever, from 1982. --- This …
 
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