Live from Hollywood, CA by way of the Broken Skull Ranch, Pro Wrestling Hall of Famer, Action Movie/TV star, Steve Austin talks about anything and everything that pops into his brain. In this Network friendly version of the show Steve shares tales from his new life, unbelievable past adventures, talks to pro wrestling pals...you name it, Steve's on it. For more episodes, go to podcastone.com/premium
Wade Keller is back to break down Summerslam with Steve. They start with the Jericho/Kevin... Show More
Wade Keller is back to break down Summerslam with Steve. They start with the Jericho/Kevin Owens tag match and roll into Charlotte & Sasha Banks' amazing match. They hit on John Cena, Finn Balor (and whether it was too soon to debut "The Demon King"), John Stewart's misplaced or well-placed spot on the card, The Miz and Apollo Crews, and Brock Lesnar vs Randy Orton. They also discuss Sasha Banks' possible time-off situation, a perfect match for Samoa Joe, what to do with Apollo Crews moving forward, and AJ Styles' future. Show Less
Dean Ambrose on the Steve Austin Show - EP351
Dean Ambrose has plenty to say about his early days in the business, his attitude toward the... Show More
Dean Ambrose has plenty to say about his early days in the business, his attitude toward the squared circle, getting the WWE call, The Shield's formation and original gimmick, and taking on Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania 32. He's also talking about country music, his childhood, and how great it feels to be able to take care of his mom! Show Less
Braun Strowman on the Steve Austin Show - EP349
Braun Strowman (aka Adam Scherr) may no longer be part of the Wyatt Family, but he's also not... Show More
Braun Strowman (aka Adam Scherr) may no longer be part of the Wyatt Family, but he's also not looking to be the next "lumbering" big man! He's taking inspiration from Bruiser Brody, The Undertaker, and plenty of advice from Bray Wyatt and even Steve Austin as he prepares to get over as a singles guy. Hear his transformation from Strongman to WWE - from what was easy & came naturally to what's been more of a struggle. He's also talking babyface vs heel, living in Orlando, eating on the road, and the best part of working matches against Big Show and Kane. Show Less
Ricky Morton on the Steve Austin Show - EP347
Ricky Morton owns and runs "School of Morton" wrestling school, is one half of the dynamic Rock... Show More
Ricky Morton owns and runs "School of Morton" wrestling school, is one half of the dynamic Rock N Roll Express tag team, worked a million broadways with Ric Flair, has had no major injuries, and should be in the WWE Hall of Fame! He's talking to Steve about all of that... AND Jim Cornette & the Midnight Express, the great Magnum TA, the art of selling, and the science behind getting over. Show Less
Gabriel Iglesias on the Steve Austin Show - EP345
Fluffy guy, Gabriel Iglesias, returns to the podcast, and yes, Steve hit the record button! So... Show More
Fluffy guy, Gabriel Iglesias, returns to the podcast, and yes, Steve hit the record button! So you'll hear about the gigs that didn't go quite as planned, what Fluffy likes to do right after a live performance, how he got his stand-up start, what inspires his current material, why he calls himself "The Kombi King," and what's housed on his compound besides a state-of-the-art studio! He's also talking about "Fluffy Breaks Even," and whether or not he's up for taking on the Skullbuster! Show Less
Ted Fowler on the Steve Austin Show - EP343
Teddy Fowler checks in from the Broken Skull Ranch, and wait till you hear what he's been up to... Show More
Teddy Fowler checks in from the Broken Skull Ranch, and wait till you hear what he's been up to down there: battling PED-taking rats, lightning strikes, flat tires, and cleaning out refrigerators. He also got stuck in the mud, and had quite an interesting trip to a local Rockport, TX health care center (shots, anyone?). And he and Steve told all those stories without dropping a single cuss word. Show Less
Chip Foose on the Steve Austin Show - EP341
Steve went down to Foose Design in Huntington Beach, CA. to check out some of Chip Foose's... Show More
Steve went down to Foose Design in Huntington Beach, CA. to check out some of Chip Foose's bad-ass cars, including the famous "Imposter." You'll hear how Chip got started, what inspires his incredible art, how he comes up with the awesome paint, and why wheels are so important to him. He's also talking "Overhaulin'" and what that filming process was really like, and whether or not there may be another reality type TV show in his future. Show Less
Prince Puma aka Ricochet on the Steve Austin Show...
Trevor Mann aka Lucha Underground's Prince Puma aka Ricochet in New Japan Pro-Wrestling and the... Show More
Trevor Mann aka Lucha Underground's Prince Puma aka Ricochet in New Japan Pro-Wrestling and the indie scene has a few things to say about his controversial match with Will Ospreay! He's also talking about the differences between the Prince Puma and Ricochet characters, the Lucha Underground locker room, his all-time favorite wrestler, his backyard wrestling ring and promotion, and what he thinks about the current WWE roster and product. Show Less
AJ Styles on the Steve Austin Show - EP337
AJ Styles is killing it at WWE, and talking about what it took to get to this point in his... Show More
AJ Styles is killing it at WWE, and talking about what it took to get to this point in his career. He's recounting the journey he made from WCW to TNA to the Bullet Club at New Japan Pro Wrestling, and how that eventually led him to WWE. He's telling stories about the Styles Clash, "The Phenomenal One," and his first-ever Wrestlemania experience earlier this year in Dallas. Show Less
Vince Russo Returns to the Steve Austin Show -...
Vince Russo returns to talk about the squared-circle business with Steve - from the Attitude... Show More
Vince Russo returns to talk about the squared-circle business with Steve - from the Attitude Era to the new Reality Era (and what that really means). Vince is also talking about current WWE creative, his own philosophy when it comes to story lines and angles, and how the business has changed since his days writing RAW with just himself and Ed Ferrara. And they both offer up some good advice for aspiring pro-wrestlers out there. Show Less
Vince Russo on the Steve Austin Show - EP333
Vince Russo and Steve Austin are talking about the Attitude Era, and give a great in-depth look... Show More
Vince Russo and Steve Austin are talking about the Attitude Era, and give a great in-depth look at the Stone Cold vs The Undertaker match at 1998 Summerslam. Hear how it happened, what inspired that finish and who knew about it, and what Steve thinks about it all these years later. Plus, Vince Russo weighs in on 3-hour RAW, Richochet vs Will Ospreay, and his personal favorite era of wrestling (and his answer might surprise you). Show Less
Cowboy Johnny Mantell Returns to the Steve Austin...
The Cowboy Johnny Mantell returns to talk about the business of pro-wrestling! He and Steve... Show More
The Cowboy Johnny Mantell returns to talk about the business of pro-wrestling! He and Steve break down the recent New Japan Pro Wrestling match between Will Ospreay and Ricochet. They also talk about the most valuable lessons they each learned in their early days, the meaning of "intensity," Dory Funk, the art of a good tag match, the importance of tag team chemistry, why the "little things" in the squared circle mean so much... and they pay tribute to the late, great Muhammad Ali. Show Less
Cowboy Johnny Mantell on the Steve Austin Show -...
Cowboy Johnny Mantell is the one who told Steve Austin he was being inducted into the... Show More
Cowboy Johnny Mantell is the one who told Steve Austin he was being inducted into the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame in Wichita Falls, Texas as part of the class of 2016! And while Steve was unable to attend the ceremony, he was able to get Cowboy Johnny Mantell on the line to talk about Cowboy's days in the business - working the Dallas territory for the Von Erichs, starting in Louisiana with Bill Watts, and learning from the great Bruiser Brody, and Stan Hansen! Cowboy also talks about his childhood days on the amateur wrestling scene, what he learned working under a mask in California, and the best advice he got from both Roddy Piper and Dory Funk. Show Less
Get More Episodes of the Steve Austin Show at...
Get More Episodes of the Steve Austin Show at PodcastOne.com/premium Show More
Want more episodes?
Join PodcastOne Premium to subscribe to the podcast and access the full archives.