On This week's Something To Wrestle With Bruce Prichard, Bruce and Conrad discuss and watch-a-long with This Tuesday In Texas from November 1991! Bruce was on his first "time out" from WWE, but he was backstage during the show, which was WWE's first attempt at a live Tuesday night Pay Per View! The card included Hulk Hogan receiving a rematch for his recently lost WWE Championship against new champion The Undertaker... Read more
On This week's Something To Wrestle With Bruce Prichard, Bruce and Conrad discuss and watch-a-long with Survivor Series '89! The Hulkamaniacs (Hogan, Jake, Demolition) took on The Million Dollar Team (DiBiase, the one and only Zeus, Powers Of Pain,) plus The Ultimate Warriors (Warrior, Neidhart, Rockers) faced off with The Heenan Family (Andre, Haku, Heenan, Arn.) Also on the card, Randy Savage, Bret Hart, Rick Rude, Mr. Pe... Read more
On This week's Something To Wrestle With Bruce Prichard, Bruce and Conrad discuss Survivor Series '94, twenty five years later! Hear Bruce's thoughts on the main event casket match between The Undertaker and Yokozuna, Jerry Lawler's Royal Family of Queasy, Sleazy and Cheesy, crazy heel Bob Backlund wrestling Bret Hart for the WWE Championship over ten years since he lost it to The Iron Sheik, plus The Kliq collides ... Read more
On This week's Something To Wrestle With Bruce Prichard, Bruce and Conrad discuss one of the biggest WWE events of that era, Survivor Series '99! The show included the WWE in-ring debut of Kurt Angle, a hit and run angle to take Stone Cold Steve Austin out of the picture, The British Bulldog teaming up with The Mean Street Posse, Kane vs. X-Pac, The New Age Outlaws vs. Mankind & Al Snow, Chyna vs. Chris Jericho, and a m... Read more
On This week's Something To Wrestle With Bruce Prichard, THE WRESTLING CLASSIC episode has arrived! Conrad and Bruce talk all about the first WWE PPV of all time, a 16 man tournament featuring Randy Savage, Junkyard Dog, Dynamite Kid, Adrian Adonis, Terry Funk, Tito Santana, Paul Orndorff, Ricky Steamboat and more, PLUS a championship match between Hulk Hogan and his top rival at the time, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper! Relive a... Read more
This week's Something To Wrestle With Bruce Prichard is a special throwback episode, to Something Else To Wrestle With's look at Vince Russo, from the WWE Network. Take a deep dive with Bruce and Conrad on Vince Russo's WWE career, how it began, how he climbed the ladder, the good ideas, the bad ideas, and how it ended. Meet Sting, Muta, Ron Simmons, Jim and David Crockett, and so many other superstars in Baltimore ne... Read more
The Fabulous Moolah's wrestling career spans decades and is still having an affect on women's wrestling today. Bruce and Conrad discuss her title reign in the NWA in 1956 to her induction into the WWE Hall of Fame. Moolah's career is also shadowed by rumor and innuendo that Bruce and Conrad debate and discuss. Meet Sting, Muta, Ron Simmons, Jim and David Crockett, and so many other superstars in Baltimore next week at ... Read more
On paper this was the most stacked WCW Pay Per View in years but the timing error cost the company hundreds of thousands. Most of all, Conrad wanted Bruce to see the rematch from WrestleMania VI which broke all of the records. Of course, this time Hogan-Warrior set a new record with -*****. You'll also hear Bruce's take on Disco Inferno among many other WCW talent, including details of the conversations Sting had with the W... Read more
Bruce uses his over 40 years of knowledge in the wrestling business to answer listener questions.
Bruce and Conrad take us through the career of TAZ.
Diva drama, dress codes violations and dealing with the Dean all surround No Mercy 2004.
Bruce and Conrad pay homage to one of the WWE's largest and brightest superstars of the 20th century, Yokozuna.
Bruce and Conrad breakdown Monday Night RAW from September 22, 1997.
Bruce and Conrad discuss all the shenanigans that happened up to and during In Your House 3.
Bruce and Conrad discuss the changes the WWE experienced in 1997 and how it affected the way we watch ppvs today.
Bruce and Conrad discuss the twists and turns surrounding SummerSlam 1989.
Bruce and Conrad discuss SummerSlam 1999 and the creative decisions surrounding the historic PPV.
Take a look at how stacked the roster was back in 2004! SummerSlam 2004 is set to be one wild ride as Bruce and Conrad breaks down this card.
Bruce and Conrad take a deep dive into Chris Jericho's WWE debut on the 20th anniversary of that day.
Conrad, Bruce, and Dave Silva celebrate three years of Something to Wrestle!