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Dean Ambrose Takes Another Belt; ROH and TNA Make New TV Tag Team

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Dean Ambrose Takes Another Belt as part of the fallout of WWE Elimination Chamber; ROH and TNA New TV Tag Team as they debut on the Wednesday lineup of Destination America; Jeremy G also recaps the Paul Heyman interview on the Stone Cold podcast where Steve Austin pitches a Death Match for Wrestlemania 32 against Brock Lesnar.

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Hey PodcastOne, Not Every Wrestler Needs a Podcast

PodcastOne is a major league podcast network that is home now to a plethora of podcast of professional wrestling legends.

On my own Stitcher and Podkicker Pro podcatchers on my Samsung Galaxy phone, I have subscribed to podcasts hosted by Steve Austin and Jim Ross.

If I wanted to, I could also pick up podcasts hosted by Chris Jericho, Roddy Piper and now, Bill Goldberg.

I did subscribe to Talk is Jericho and I’ve sampled some of these other shows, but why should I. All of these shows sound the same and they have a knack of booking the same guests in the wrestling world.

I have to believe this if going to be a passing fad. To hear the same stories and same cliches in each show, long-winded diatribes similar to the promos in the ring and finally hearing each voice the same commercials over and over.

Message to Norm Pattiz, the founder of Podcast One, who also created the Westwood One radio network. You have chosen to continue the philosophy that you had at WW1 that another radio platform, SiriusXM, fails at doing. You think you can just give a celebrity on television that can entertain an audience in a short segment, and think hey, they should have their own radio show.

Why else did Dennis Miller, Robert Wuhl (remember Arliss) and Billy Bush get to be on the radio. Enough wrestling-hosted programs please! Thanks.