Peter Joseph Polaco aka Aldo Montoya aka Justin Credible grew up watching Ricky Steamboat, but believin' he had to fly like Brian Pillman to make it in the squared-circle. He learned from Lance Storm, worked with Stone Cold Steve, and then lost it all to pain pills and heroin! Well PJ's kicked his demons and has returned to the ring. He's also part of Billy Corgan's reality TV show about the wrestling lifestyle...and he's talking to Steve Austin about it all!
Robbie Knievel followed in the footsteps of his legendary father, Evel Knievel, who was also one of Steve Austin's childhood heroes! And Robbie's giving a behind-the-scenes look at some of his father's most famous jumps - from Snake River Canyon to Ceasar's Palace to 14 busses. Robbie's also talking about what life was like for the family after his dad's overnight success, his relationship with his father, his father's bikes, ramps, and safety decks, and what it was like dealing with his...
Join Steve and his illustrious wife Kristin as they return from the BSR 2.0. Hear all about adventures in the Napa Valley, tour buses full of hungry people and misplaced firearms.
Ever wonder who threw all those beers to Stone Cold Steve Austin in the ring? It was Mark Yeaton, former WWF/WWE timekeeper and referee! He's got the stories about near-misses, long throws, and how much beer they really went through each night! Mark also took part in 27 Wrestlemanias, was around for Hulkmania, had a front-row seat for Roddy Piper & Mr. T, and even drove the WWF ring truck (so he can tell you EXACTLY how those rings were made & what's changed since the 80s)!
This week we look back at Kristin Austin's returns to the podcast, where she helps tell some pretty spectacular (and completely true) stories! There's Moolah's venomous spider bite (which leads to some great facts about red jumping spiders, tarantulas & rattlesnakes); the new washing machine (I know who I'm calling the next time one of my home appliances bites the dust & it ain't the Maytag repair man); Steve's shoulder rehab & elbow update; and the meaning behind the $483...
Paige is no rookie to pro-wrestling! She's already 10 years in to a career that started as kid working for her dad's promotion in Europe! She's got some great stories about growing up in the biz, what she learned from both her parents, her WWE tryout, her days in NXT, and Dusty Rhodes!
Comedian and actor Will Sasso aka Curly from "The Three Stooges" does his best impersonations and shares some stories from the set with Steve on this episode of the show!
Anything goes with in this SAS CLASSIC with indie wrestler Colt Cabana... WWE, the indie scene, comedy, road trips, movie making, podcasting, and even book reading.
Steve's younger brother, Jeff Williams, rang in the New Year at the BSR! He brought his guitar and played a few Garth Brooks covers, a few original songs... and he & Steve reminisced about their childhood in Edna, TX. Hear about their first cars, marching band in High School, hunting with their dad, and whoopings that hurt their parents more than themselves! Hope everyone has a Safe & Happy Fourth of July Weekend!
Steve Austin chronicles his pro-wrestling journey... from his college days playing football to hanging up the cleats to attend Chris Adams wrestling school at the Sportatorium to being inspired by The Fabulous Freebirds and Von Erichs to his very first match & finish inside the squared circle, which also happened to be on live TV.
Phil Keoghan returns to talk about The Amazing Race! Find out how he got the gig, what other reality show host was up for it too, and what it really takes to film the incredible race around the world. Phils also talking about his bungee jumping world record, the Nude Awakenings TV show he hosted and how that may have indirectly inspired the Austin Powers movies, and the scuba diving accident that nearly took his life when he was 19. Plus, Phil reveals some of the crazier items on his bucket...
Phil Keoghan is host of TV's "Amazing Race," and he's also put together an incredible documentary about the 1928 Tour de France. The doc is called Le Ride, and Phil and his buddy Ben rode the 3,300+ mile course on bicycles from that time. They filmed their race, and are now sharing their story. Phil talks about the search to find the bikes, plotting and recreating the original course to the best of their ability, and why the 1928 race was so important to document. He talks about nutrition...
He's a retired pro-wrestler with 37-years in the squared-circle & WWE Hall of Famer Mae Young to thank for it all! That's right, Ric Drasin was trained by Mae Young back in 1965. Did he get a lot of grief for being trained by a female wrestler back in the day? And what was it like working out & hanging out with Arnold Schwarzenegger? And how on earth did Ric come up with the logos for both Gold's Gym AND World Gym? Plus, did he ever do steroids or other PEDs? They were legal back...
The Big Red Machine KANE aka Mayor Glenn Jacobs joins Steve today on the show. Lots of Attitude Era memories including the First Blood match between Kane and Stone Cold at King Of The Ring '98 as well as Kane's debut during the very first Hell In The Cell match. Also, hear about Glenn's journey to becoming Kane, passing through dentistry and truck driving to achieve greatness.
Jake "The Snake" Roberts is putting on a wrestling clinic! He's talking the art of cheating, selling, the powder, good referees, and the effective use of the DDT! He's also got stories about Andre The Giant, Stu Hart & Calgary, blades and getting color, and how he got his name! And he's even got some thoughts on redemption, second chances, and life in the here & now. Original Air Date: September 10, 2015.
Former WCW World Champion David Arquette stops by 317 Gimmick Street! The star of SCREAM, EIGHT LEGGED FREAKS and READY TO RUMBLE is back in the professional wrestling game, training hard and maybe coming to a town near you. Join Steve and David as they chat about David's experience in WCW, how his acting experience translated to the squared circle (and vice versa) and how he's been getting in shape these days to step between the ropes. Original Air Date: August 22, 2018.
Bruce Prichard, host of the Something To Wrestle With podcast, joins Steve as they wrestle with all kinds of pro-wrestling topics including what it really takes to write a Royal Rumble and book the match, John Cena's work and career, the Rock & Roll Express and the Midnight Express not being in the WWE Hall of Fame, Kurt Angle's upcoming HOF induction, the "it" factor of AJ Styles, what it takes to get over and stay over, how Bruce ended up being assigned to work creatively with Stone...
Steve Austin flew to Tulsa, OK on Monday on the WWE Private Jet to interview Vince McMahon, and this is what happened leading up to that live sitdown with the WWE boss! Find out who Steve talked to backstage at RAW, who he dropped a Reverse Mule Kick on, why the CM Punk discussion with Vince only went as far as it did, and what challenge Steve issued specifically to Roman Reigns. He also shares his very decided opinion on what the entire WWE locker room could be doing to help the product that...
Close your eyes. It's Wrestlemania 13. And it's Stone Cold Steve Austin vs Bret "The Hitman" Hart. Steve takes you inside the ring & inside his head for this behind-the-scenes look at how it all went down - the big double turn, the color, and the controversial finish! What was planned, what was spontaneous, and what would Steve do differently if given the chance! Plus, hear Steve's thoughts on guest referee Ken Shamrock! It's a killer two-screen experience and a heck of a way to watch a...
Let's get serious for a minute and recognize this classic episode of the STEVE AUSTIN SHOW with former WCW, ECW and WWE superstar Lance Storm. Lance shares his clean outlook on avoiding the vices of the road as well his philosophies for the Lance Storm Wrestling Academy. Also, Lance remembers the awkward incident that occurred when meeting Steve for the first time, looks back at his days in Germany, ECW and ROH and shares with us his most proud moment in his pro wrestling career.
It's part 2 of Steve Austin's conversation with WWE Superstar Bray Wyatt! And this time you'll hear the story of Sister Abigail & the origins of that finishing move. You'll also hear about the match that Bray Wyatt learned the most from, get a glimpse at his relationship with his pro wrestler brother Bo Dallas, find out how Bray spends his time when he's not in the ring, and discover the one thing you'll never catch Bray doing! Plus, Ted Fowler interviews our favorite Global Icon And...
WWE Superstar Bray Wyatt has plenty to say about being a 3rd generation wrestler, the evolution of his character, the advice he got from Freddie Prinze Jr, how he found his theme music & character name, how Axel Mulligan fits into it all, and the role Rage Against The Machine & Slipknot played in his career. Plus, Bray talks Dusty Rhodes, Undertaker, Arn Anderson, and Jake "The Snake" Roberts. AND THIS IS ONLY PART 1!
Leon White aka Big Van Vader had a heck of a conversation with Steve Austin... and this here's only the beginning! He talks a little Colorado college football, some stories from his days in the NFL with the Rams, and it's all wrestling from there - from how he got his name to his early training days to his first match against Bruiser Brody to landing with New Japan Pro Wrestling.
Bill Dundee is a Memphis wrestling legend and one of the early influential figures in Steve's pro wrestling career. Join Steve and Bill as they talk about Bill's decades-long feud with Jerry Lawler, becoming the "Superstar," the origins of the Thesz Press, having a big house in Memphis, territory stories and the epic Tupelo Concession Stand Brawl of 1979!
On today's SAS CLASSIC, we continue PART TWO with the late-great "Rowdy" Roddy Piper! "Rowdy" Roddy Piper returns to the Steve Austin Show to talk Mr. T. & Wrestlemania 2, the great Adrian Adonis, Roddy's own cancer battle, and a possible Roddy Piper-Hulk Hogan rematch at Wrestlemania 30!