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Podcast Roundup (July 31, 2016): Shinsuke Nakamura, Bruce Mitchell, Gabriel Iglesias, Bill Burr, more!

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Throughout the week, we here at Cageside have several weekly running podcasts. If you missed anything, didn't know of, or waited until the last minute, here I have compiled everything in one spot. With each entry, I have provided a link to it's original source. There is also quite a number of podcasts hosted by retired veterans, WWE Hall of Famers and long time Pro Wrestling Journalists. Though I cannot possibly throw up everything, I will round up some of the more popular ones, and leave links to others at the very bottom. Feel free to add your favorites or anything I may have missed in the comment section below.

If you want to inquire about adding a podcast here, please contact Geno Mrosko.

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  • Monday July 25, 2016

Cageside Live! - The 'Hug This' edition (WWE Battleground 2016 reactions)

Bayley showed up, won and bounced... and we think some other stuff happened at the last PPV before the brand split starts on Raw. Let's talk/make jokes about Battleground!

  • Tuesday July 26, 2016

Cageside Live! - The 'Shimmy Shimmy Ya' edition

Geno & Sean are gonna talk the first Monday night of the 'new era'. Join us, won't you?

Live! After SmackDown Live! New Era edition

Last week was just the beginning... of SmackDown Live, and our new podcast which talks about it shortly after it goes off the air! Tonya & andrew are both back for week two!

  • Thursday July 28, 2016

Rudo Radio - Episode 55: WWE’s New Era is here. No, really!

New rosters, new shows, new opportunities. The New Era actually seems to be new!

Not Your Demographic - Episode 43 - Raw is BOSS

This week Erin and Stella are so freaking happy! BOGO & Sasha with the belt? WWE is giving us what we want? Is this the end of times? Well, at least we'll go out in style.

Plus Ulitma Lucha Dos squeeing, Erin's G1 Climax thoughts & Stella's weekly plea that TNA is actually really good. Seriously.

  • Saturday July 30, 2016

Cageside Speaks! - The Battleground of a New era Edition

Two shows with distinct rosters happened, right after a PPV with one. Your host fizz discussed all that, and what might happen next, with Tonya, jolie, Cain & Gabe from the best pro wrestling community on the interwebs.


  • Tuesday July 26, 2016

The Steve Austin Show (Clean) - Ep. 345 - Gabriel Iglesias

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!

  • Wednesday July 27, 2016

The Ross Report - Ep. 128 - Bruce Mitchell

Bruce Mitchell from PWTorch joins JR to talk all things WWE Battleground PPV - from what they liked to who they deemed standouts to Randy Orton's return to their overall rating of the show. They're also discussing the WWE draft and brand split, the new look of Monday Night RAW, and whether or not WWE should address the UFC's doping allegations against Brock Lesnar.

  • Thursday July 28, 2016

The Steve Austin Show (Unleashed) - Ep. 346 - Bill Burr (Part 2)

Bill Burr flies helicopters. For real. And he's telling Steve all about it - why he wanted to, how he learned, where and when he practices, and if he's ever had any close calls! He's also giving an inside look at the writer's room of his Netflix show, "F Is For Family," what it's like working with Vince Vaughan (the producer backing the show), why he relates to crying babies on planes, when he stopped working clean, and if there's really such a thing as "extra bits" in stand-up.

  • Friday July 29, 2016

Talk Is Jericho - Ep. 269 - Shinsuke Nakamura

Shinsuke Nakamura signed with WWE and moved his family from Japan to Orlando, FL, which he is happy is "close enough" to the ocean! He's an avid surfer, and you'll hear why. He's so charismatic and owes a lot of that to influences like Michael Jackson, Queen's Freddie Mercury, and his favorite martial artists, Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan. He's also talking about his first meeting with Vince McMahon, his relationship with Triple H at NXT, wrestling in Mexico, learning to speak English, and his favorite Michael Jackson song.


MLW Radio - MLW Radio is headed by former WWE writer Court Bauer. This website is home to numerous podcasts, such as Kevin Sullivan, Jim Cornette, John Pollock, Court Bauer, MSL, Konnan, "The Writer's Room" w/ Alex Greenfield, Court Bauer and Ed Ferrara, "Talkin Shop", and so much more.

The Taz Show - Current Sports Entertainment Personality & Multi Time World Champion interviews current wrestling and sports personalities from across the world.

WOOOOO! Nation with Ric Flair - WOOOOOOOOOO! Add a little Flair to your life by joining the Nature Boy every week as he talks pro wrestling, sports, tells stories like only he can, and interviews his celebrity friends. No topic is off limits for Flair during his weekly CBS podcast. Come join WOOOOO! Nation!

The Art of Wrestling - This is Colt Cabana's podcast, and a very popular one. Almost every week he has a guest, and of course Colt's very funny humor.

Cheap Heat - Weekly running podcast hosted by HOT97's Peter Rosenberg and Stat Guy Greg. Listen as they talk with guests, all of the latest, as well as the past.

Wrestling Observer/Figure Four Online - Bryan Alvarez, Mike Sempervive and Dave Meltzer, need I say more? Linked is the Sticher page with free shows. I highly recommend subscribing to get more content.

In Your Head Wrestling - A new personal favorite of mine, lots of guests and frequent shows. Give IYH a try.

The Lapsed Fan - The Lapsed Fan co-chairmen bring a unique chemistry and perspective to discussion of the pro wrestling of lore, reviewing archived pay-per-views with a fresh set of eyes, and identifying just what it was that made wrestling better – or, often, worse – in years past. Consider it the definitive audio guide to the archived shows in your WWE Network. Or don't, but be sure to listen for the spills and thrills.

SB Nation Podcasts - Here is everything else SB Nation has to offer.

Once again, if you have anything you think we should put here for everybody else to enjoy, let me know in the comment section.