When Steve Austin signed a contract with WWE to do his podcast show on their network, he only agreed to do a certain amount of episodes. Thus far, we've seen him do three shows with Vince McMahon, Triple H and Paul Heyman as his guests. Reports have surfaced that he now has 11 episodes left on his deal.
June 11, 2015
When WWE announced that they were doing another season of Tough Enough, a lot of fans were excited until they heard that Steve Austin was not initially scheduled to be a part of the show. His stock and price demand have increased tremendously since having his own successful television shows. Now that Bill DeMott as resigned as the head trainer for the company, word has it that Austin now has a ton of leverage against management in a negotiation.
March 8, 2015
When it comes to podcast shows, wrestling fans have been living in nirvana thanks to Jim Ross, Vince Russo, Steve Austin and Chris Jericho joining the industry. Well, the game just got a bit more interesting. Reports have surfaced that Ric Flair has just signed an agreement with CBS Sports to host his own weekly show. The Nature Boy will be interviewing various professional wrestlers, celebrities and musicians on his show.
February 17, 2015
Since it does not get mentioned as often as the ones done by Steve Austin, Chris Jericho and Jim Ross, the Roddy Piper podcast has flown largely under the radar. For those that are interested, the WWE legend is still doing his interview shows on a weekly basis. The latest episode involves an entertaining discussion with the always controversial and opinionated Jim Cornette. Interestingly enough, the previous episode involved Vince Russo.
January 29, 2015