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Episode 32: The Wrestling Compadres Slamcast
The Miz, Steve Austin, Booker T

The Wrestling Compadres Slamcast #32: The Miz, Steve Austin, Booker T

This episode has everything! An interview with The Miz at Summerslam, an interview with Stone Cold Steve Austin, another incredible phone call with WWE Hall of Famer Booker T, and our hilarious buddy Mike Bridenstine @Brido in studio! We talk everything from Brock Lesnar’s dominance to the Bella Twins breakup to the current TV landscape and what the future holds for the world of professional wrestling. Subscribe. Rate 5 stars. Write a review. DIG IT!!

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Comments

  1. jkhey says:

    what are we, losers? nobodies? outcasts? the hosts are the quintessential nerds, and me and my friend are so nerdy, we made a FANSITE to the Compadres… ruffigans.com thats whats up

  2. vince says:

    Awesome episode! Man, your guests get better and better! The Miz is a great guest too – someday, when he retires, it would be great to give him a call-in segment too if he’s gonna be this cool =D
    Steve Austin is a great, super cool guy always! Looking forward to some Stone Cold Beer. And Booker T is great. 
    Man I love this show!
    To answer your question, I watch wrestling on TV. Never watched it online before, except for viewing classic clips and stuff on Youtube (which, btw, I’m surprised Vince and HHH aren’t going apeshiz on taking those down post-launch of the WWE Network). I don’t use the Network though, ‘cuz I just don’t tune in as much as I used to – like you guys said, I only watch like 4-5 things a week that’s considered “appointment”. And I know from years of watching wrestling that you can usually miss anything and just see it get recapped on the next 3 episodes of Smackdown and Raw.