“Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard” is brought to you by Cumulus Podcast Network. In this series, listeners will hear about amazing moments from wrestling’s history. From the most outrageous events to the anniversary of a particular historical wrestling match, this podcast is a go-to for wrestling fans. Since its first episodes in 2016, the series has released over 300 episodes with new, weekly releases.
This super-popular podcast was “You Better You Bet” Nick Kostos’ podcast pick, when he recently shared his faves with Podsauce. Nick is a huge sports fan and tunes into wrestling podcasts like “What Happened When.”
Bruce co-hosts this series with Conrad Thompson. Conrad additionally hosts sports shows like “What Happened When” and does mortgage brokering, too! Bruce is a wrestling industry veteran with on-camera and behind-the-scenes intel. As a pro-wrestling executive, producer, former manager, commentator, booker, and sometimes wrestler, Bruce speaks from plenty of experience. Bruce is the Senior Vice President of WWE.
The co-hosts bring listeners through WWF history: from the 1980s, to Houston Wrestling, the 1990s, Monday Night War, GWF, the WWE’s 2000s, TNA, and updates.
Recent episodes explored mid-south wrestling memories, the anniversary of Cyber Sunday 2006, 1996’s Buried Alive event, Shawn Michaels vs. Mankind in Mindgames 1996, Edge vs. John Cena, and more.
Bruce often does “Ask Bruce Anything” episodes where all topics are fair game in under 2 hours. Recently, Bruce shared his bucket list, his thoughts on Wrestlemania 3, fantasy bookings, Piper vs. Savage, the Goldberg Win Streak, Paul Boesch, and Gino Hernandez, just to name a few.
The hosts release 4+ hour, topical “megasodes” where all things Vince MaMahon vs. The World were recently covered. Vince is the Chief Executive Officer of WWE, a “crazy genius” who helped turn wrestling into a phenomenon and transformed the business. This “megasode” included Vince’s history, court issues, feuds, challengers, intense track record, and more.
For new episodes of “Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard,” tune in every Friday at 12PM EST.