We all have to admit that wrestling has changed dramatically over the years. There are many reasons for that but the most important one is the internet. Wrestling had to change in order to adapt to the internet’s conditions. With the internet, you can tweet out your favorite wrestlers, look up information about wrestling and wrestlers on Wikipedia and watch as many wrestling matches on Youtube as you want.
Due to the internet, the wrestling industry had to blur the lines between what’s scripted and what’s not. There was a time that only 2-5 people knew what was going on in the wrestling industry. There was not any news for the audience.
Today, things have changed. You can get updated on wrestling news from TV, radio, youtube, and any other social media. Podcasts have also made a difference here.
We understand that all wrestling fans out there want to have a trustworthy update on their favorite sport and that’s why we have found the top 10 wrestling podcasts out there.
From members of the fandom to the top brass in the business, here are the top wrestling podcasts.
This had to be the best of them all.
For over 20 years, Colt Cabana travels ALL OVER THE WORLD as a full-time pro wrestler. Colt & guest sit down IN PERSON and really talk about the struggles and triumphs it takes to be in the pro wrestling business. Episodes are released about one time every month.
If you are looking for quality content, Colt will certainly fill your needs.
For years, Chris Lappin is joined by stars of the British wrestling scene. In this series, #Britwres stars discuss their wrestling journey from fan to their 1st match and the evolution of their gimmicks.
Featuring stars of NXT UK, Progress Wrestling, Defiant Wrestling, NGW, Futureshock Wrestling, North Wrestling, TNT Extreme Wrestling & his local promotions Wrestle Island.
The Wrestling Wrealm is hosted by The Real Dwayne Allen and Brian H. Waters. You can subscribe to the show on YouTube and check out their superior wrestling intellect. Every week Brian H. Waters hosts a podcast titled Break It Down With Brian H. where he discusses what happened in pro wrestling.
Going In Raw with Steve and Larson takes a look at the week that was in pro wrestling. Steve and Larson bring both their brand of humor and insights to every episode and are occasionally joined by good friends who share their passion for professional wrestling.
National Wrestling Hall of Fame and USA Wrestling’s Etched In Stone podcasts are the stories of wrestling’s legends, told by wrestlers.
The series will take you inside the lives of those inducted into the Hall of Fame, as they share never before told stories about their trials, tribulations, and triumphs. Wrestling is arguably the toughest sport in the world.
After you hear about the unparalleled athletic achievements, discipline, and commitment of these legends, it will no longer be debatable.
The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling has become a strong content provider in the podcast medium. Hosts John and Chad conduct the most in-depth interviews in the entire genre of Professional Wrestling. This podcast involves pro wrestling as well as relevant and upcoming large-scale events.
Breaking down pro wrestling with thoughtful analysis of WWE, NXT, AEW, NJPW, and beyond. Plus, instant analysis of pay-per-views and the latest news.
Host Adam Silverstein and his co-hosts pull back the curtain, addressing the hottest topics and most controversial developments while putting the highs and lows of sports entertainment in context.
Wrestling Omakase is a show where each episode is placed into the hands of one or two passionate fans, from all across the wrestling spectrum. Their regular host John Carroll has over 20 years of diverse wrestling fandom to draw upon, and they will be joined by a revolving door of guests who will share their knowledge and passion for particular promotions or time periods.
While their primary focus will be on modern Japanese wrestling, they will also at least touch on wrestling from all over the world, in addition to the occasional episode covering historical periods of various promotions.
If you’ve always wanted to know what the real story was behind some of wrestling’s biggest moments, the MLW Radio Network’s Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard will finally give you the real answer.
A terrific storyteller, Bruce has done and seen it all and now he’s going to share it all with you so sit back and be ready for a wild ride!
The All About Wrestling Podcast is an episodic audio podcast that highlights current events, and topics pertaining to the world of professional wrestling. Hosted by Bobby Wrassles & Mi Amor, layers of the pro wrestling industry are peeled back through analysis and discussion.