Legendary wrestling figure Eric Bischoff and co-host Nick Hausman start the show off by talking about some of the big news stories in combat sports.
They take in news that Brock Lesnar will enter this year’s Royal Rumble, current members of the UFC roster joining a possible MMA Fighters Union and a potential match between Undertaker and AJ Styles.
Bischoff then welcomes his guest for the week former WCW/WWE World Heavyweight Champion Kevin Nash.
The pair speak of their mutual experiences growing up in Detroit, Nash’s time in the US Army and how he then went into wrestling.
Nash then opens up about first leaving WCW for WWE, the infamous guaranteed contracts and why WCW ended up becoming a more appeaing company to ply his trade.
It all makes for a fascinating discussion between two of the nineties and early naughties’ biggest figures in sports entertainment.
So, without further adieu, listen to the full podcast below.
Enzo and Cass is perhaps one of the most entertainment tag team partnerships formed under the Raw brand.
Having met during their adolescence, the pair’s ringside synergy has only strengthened having spent multiple years under the WWE spotlight.
Renee Young sits down with the two stars from New Jersey for a casual, impromptu chat to discuss how the dynamic duo manage to make their partnership function optimally despite their contrasting personalities.
Do you think you could work out Big Cass and Enzo? What do you make of their tag-team title hopes?
Since being destroyed by Bill Goldberg in less than two minutes at Survivor Series it seems there has been a lot of soul searching for Brock Lesnar.
The Beast Incarnate was obliterated by the returning Goldberg in that outing and it hasn’t just hurt the former world champion.
His advocate, Paul Heyman, addressed his client’s defeat on this week’s RAW, looking disheveled and red-eyed as he opened up about Lesnar’s immediate future.
And, hot on the heels of Goldberg’s announcement that he will enter this year’s Royal Rumble, it looks like we won’t have to wait too long for another showdown between the two heavyweights.
Heyman’s greatest announcement was that Lesnar will also appear in the Rumble, a tantalising prospect.