With the proliferation of wrestler-hosted podcasts, the shows can be broken down into two separate styles. You have shows like Talk Is Jericho and The Art of Wrestling with Colt Cabana which feature a more structured interview style, and then you have JRs Ross Report and Ric Flairs Wooooo! Nation which are less-structured and more free-flowing with the host usually doing far more talking than the guest. The Nature Boy, in particular, can be known to go off the rails from time to time, and if it wasnt for his co-host, Conrad, the show would likely devolve into a disorganised mess. But thats the beauty of it. Flairs podcasts are one long promo featuring stories from the insane life of one of the greatest to ever lace up the boots. Recently, the 16-time world champion sat down with the man who calls him his all-time favorite wrestler, Stone Cold Steve Austin, for a session that featured plenty of off-the-cuff discussion about a number of topics, chief among them some legendary tales involving a few of wrestlings most notorious badasses. Heres a few of those stories for your reading pleasure. Warning: The following entries contain massive amounts of testosterone.
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