Rank #1: #39: Drew McIntyre
We talk to WWE superstar Drew McIntyre about his return to the company and how he keeps other wrestlers on the roster in line if they show the same complacency he did as a younger performer.
Rank #2: #38: Chris Jericho
Rank #3: #37: Eric Bischoff
We talk to former WCW president Eric Bischoff about his new podcast with Conrad Thompson called “83 Weeks.”
Bischoff also talks about taking on Vince McMahon and WWE, working with Ted Turner and nearly buying WCW before McMahon could.
Rank #4: #36: WrestleMania 34 Preview
Rank #5: #35: Kevin Owens
We talk to Kevin Owens, the Quebec-born WWE superstar with as much in-ring and mic talent as anyone in recent years. He talks about life on the road, the South and his struggle with social media. And he reveals his favorite match he watched in person, his all-time favorite WWE pay-per-view and which wrestlers he’d like to work with in the future.
Rank #6: #34: Conrad Thompson
We talk to Conrad Thompson, host of “Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard.” The Alabama native talks to us about growing up in Guntersville, balancing his wrestling fandom and podcasting career with his personal life and realizing he might be “in too deep” with pro wrestling now.
He also talks about working with Prichard, watching today’s product and much more.
Rank #7: #33: Conrad Thompson on Bobby Heenan
As fans celebrate the life and career of Bobby Heenan, who died at 73 on Sunday, we turned to Alabama native and pro wrestling guru Conrad Thompson to understand more about the legendary performer’s legacy.
Thompson, who hosts the highly popular podcasts “Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard” and “What Happened When” with Tony Schiavone, talks about why Heenan is such an essential part of pro wrestling history, what stood out to him personally about his work and what we might under-appreciate about him.
He also talks about his contributions to entertainment beyond wrestling, his greatest moment in WWF and what he’ll ultimately be remembered for by fans.
Rank #8: #32: Great Balls of Fire Was Real Good
Could something the WWE actually called “Great Balls of Fire” really turn out to be one of the best PPVs of 2017?
Will Nevin joins us to break down what all we liked, plus a few nitpicks, about it.
Rank #9: #31: The Best WWE Performers Right Now
Who are the best WWE performers right now? In ring, on the mic, overall. Which wrestlers are the best the company has to offer?
Ben Stark joins us to pick a top three, plus we talk about why he’s watching less and less of the WWE product these days and what the company’s creative team could learn from the new Netflix show “GLOW.”
Rank #10: #30: Diamond Dallas Page
We sit down with legendary pro wrestler and WWE Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas Page to talk about his career and more.
Page explains why the South loves wrestling so much, looks back at his classic matches with Randy Savage and others, educates us on nutrition and talks about how podcasting has changed the wrestling business.