By - occasionaldrinker
I'm a Sting mark, but judging by the interviews, I don't think he has got a lot to say, honestly. He's always been only vaguely interested in the business. My vote goes to Tenay.
Mike Tenay would be be good with somebody else maybe Brian Last. Guy has has an encyclopediac knowledge of wrestling.
Him and Excalibur have forgotten more wrestling moves than I'll ever know. Their overall knowledge is crazy and I'd love to hear them talk shop. They'd probably need some comic relief thrown in to keep it from being too dry but I'd listen to it.
Raven has got a podcast for like five years now. It's called The Raven Effect and it's a beautiful shitshow.
The honest answer is Mike Tenay, but I'm infinitely intrigued at the idea of a Sid Vicious podcast where he talks about his runs in the competitive softball leagues that occurred in between his runs in professional wrestling promotions. They could call it Sycho Sid's Softball Roadshow and he could talk about his true passion.
Iron Mike Tenay and it is not close.
Raven is a child predator, Sting cannot tell all stories yet since he’s still working, Goldberg is a big spoiled baby, Sid Vicious is a psychopath who lied about trying to kill Arn Anderson, and Vampiro never got over with me.
So it’s got to be The Professor, or perhaps Larry Zbysko if we’re allowed a write-in vote.
Wait WHAT?! I agree with everything you said but Raven is a predator? I just thought he was “pro wrestling’s answer to the grunge era of music”
Haha, you know what I mean! That legitimately blows my mind. He never gave off that vibe.
Fudge. I used to like him. The kid who lived upstairs from me when I was a little boy was always Raven in the N64 game.
I don’t think the Kidman itching thing was suppose to be about using heroin. They always said it was a Cult. Cults have been a heel plot device forever in wrestling. While the Kidman thing was a bit sketchy with him looking like a junky, in reality, that’s what those idiots in charge thought grunge was. No way would WCW ever insinuate he was being controlled through heroin. That’s a no go with the network.
That’s what they might have said backstage, but that was never insinuated on screen,ever.
Raven is a child predator?
I guess I just hadn't heard the accusations. Thought I was reasonably well-read on random 90s wrestling nonsense, but this was a new one on me.
I remember reading that Raven was one of the game dev's favorite wrestlers, though I think that information came from Raven himself, so big pinch of salt on that one. They could have also just been pushing the fact that the game had different factions in it, and Raven was an obvious #4 when you looked at the two nWo teams, WCW and The Flock.
Well I did point out the info being from Raven himself was dubious, so know need to direct the sarcasm at me.
Where did Bischoff mention Rvaen jockeying to be on the cover via contract negotiation? I listen to a lot of 83 Weeks, and I only vaguely remember them talking about Revenge. Eric never seems to have much to say about the video games beyond his business dealings with the publishers.
And I'm not trying to give Raven a pass on anything-- having your wrestling heroes come out as abusers, racists, scam artists, or supporters of wildly shitty poltics is sadly the norm. Just trying to connect the fewest logical dots possible before jumping into deeper theories.
Raven and Goldberg has or had a podcast.
Would love Sid but as his psychotic persona altho I thinks scott Steiner one would be gold where he juz rants on anyone he dislikes
Well it wouldnt be fuckin Goldberg.
Sting. Just for more Warrior stories.
Goldberg has a podcast with Adam Corolla called CarCast. They dont pften talk wredtling but they do whenever Bill is recording and back doing anything with wwe
Love sting, but he just has fun and doesn’t take wrestling that seriously. He probably doesn’t have that many opinions about wrestling history judging from his past interviews.
Sting would make quality content, but Sid would be hilarious.
Honestly I wish you put Scott Steiner, he’d just fly off the rails and that’s awesome. But since there is no write in…it would be Sting, his real persona was always calm and authentic.
Good Lord. You need to add one more selection. “None of the Above”. I guess if I had to pick one because someone had a gun to my head, I’d say Raven. I am not belittling their talents as wrestlers. It’s just that many of these folks are good for a 30-60 second promo,and not much else. They don’t seem like good storytellers. Seriously. Imagine hearing: “Welcome to your weekly podcast covering wrestling history with our host, the one and only, Sid Viscous.
None. Podcasts are the worst
Amen. I dont give a shit about what other people are doing or think. I have my own life/ interests.