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Recorded from all over the globe, multiple time world champion pro wrestler, lead singer of Fozzy and New York Times best-selling author Chris Jericho rocks the podcast world with "Talk Is Jericho," his unique take on all things pop culture and entertainment. Sit down with Chris as he interviews some of the biggest names in wrestling, music, television, movies, comedy, and the paranormal!! All-ages welcome. No ID required!
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Jaden Farr

Jericho is awesome

Apr 20th
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DyWitMe3 Lee

I wasn't a huge fan of juice Robinson when I saw him wrestle on New Japan. and then I saw a match I think between him and Kenny Omega it was absolutely phenomenal. and then he appeared on the be elite YouTube channel and he was absolutely hilarious and now I'm a super fan I just wish he had more social media presence.

Apr 19th
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Mike Brosi

Bully Ray needs to stop wrestling and be more active behind the scenes. He has an amazing grasp on professional wrestling/sports entertainment!

Apr 13th
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Bernard Mayles

love the movie but this podcast was hard to listen to because of that Apache dude. He ruined it

Apr 12th
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Mike Brosi

Heeeey! Its gonna be a draw between HHH/Batista and Kofi/Daniel for the show dtealer!!

Apr 7th
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Max Stahl

Bully, top Jericho with Omega? Skeptical hippo...let's see it!

Apr 5th
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Tommy Kincaid

I wish Jericho would do a show on "Love Machine" Art Barr. I know that casual fans aren't familiar with Art, I even think a lot of the younger "smarks" aren't familiar with his career. I know that many "smarks" are familiar with Art, maybe not as much as they should know! Its somewhat common today for not just 2nd but even 3rd generation wrestlers. In the 80's there were 2nd generation wrestlers, I'm not saying their wasn't, I'm just saying not anywhere close to as many as there are today. Art had 3 brothers, Sean Barr who never took the business serious, his youngest brother J.R. who was just 3-4 years old when Art died is still wrestling in Portland, he wears the tights Art war when he was in Mexico with Eddie. The oldest Barr, Jessie had some success in Memphis and of course Portland, he is most known as Jimmy Jack Funk in WWF. There father Sandy Barr was a well accomplished wrestler on the 60's, he did a 4 hour broadway with Stu Hart. He is mostly known as the ref on Portland Wrestling T.V. He was 1/4 owner of the territory, there is so much history with the Barr family I would love (I think other would to) to hear a deep dive into the Barr family legac!

Mar 23rd
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Tommy Kincaid

I wish Jericho would do a show on "Love Machine" Art Barr. I know that casual fans aren't familiar with Art, I even think a lot of the younger "smarks" aren't familiar with his career. I know that many "smarks" are familiar with Art, maybe not as much as they should know! Its somewhat common today for not just 2nd but even 3rd generation wrestlers. In the 80's there were 2nd generation wrestlers, I'm not saying their wasn't, I'm just saying not anywhere close to as many as there are today. Art had 3 brothers, Sean Barr who never took the business serious, his youngest brother J.R. who was just 3-4 years old when Art died is still wrestling in Portland, he wears the tights Art war when he was in Mexico with Eddie. The oldest Barr, Jessie had some success in Memphis and of course Portland, he is most known as Jimmy Jack Funk in WWF. There father Sandy Barr was a well accomplished wrestler on the 60's, he did a 4 hour broadway with Stu Hart. He is mostly known as the ref on Portland Wrestling T.V. He was 1/4 owner of the territory, there is so much history with the Barr family I would love (I think other would to) to hear a deep dive into the Barr family legac!

Mar 23rd
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Leonard Goltz

love The Destroyer!!! i grew up on 70s and 80s Portland wrestling.

Mar 16th
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Joe Aiello

Y2J =goat

Mar 16th
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Leonard Goltz

Hahaha, Chris getting bamboozled by ghost hunters. Hahaha!!!

Mar 8th
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Mark Z

What happened to Impact Wrestling, they seem to be on the decline more and more as time goes on.

Feb 25th
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Mark Z

I havent listened to this podcast, but as soon as I first saw Mustafa Ali on Smackdown I knew this guy was money.

Feb 25th
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FWFRANCHISE

all those accomplishments were with Adam as the lead singer the new guy turns them into a completely dif band that doesnt have the same heart and soul it used to, sounds like everything else now

Feb 17th
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keep it up

It's funny, brah. Jericho says: We don't guys from other "organizations", we are looking for something fresh and at the same time there are C. Daniels & Kazarian in their roster. Very fresh brah, very fresh 😂😂😂

Feb 13th
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Elliott Smith

Really cool story. Seems like a legit cool dude. So glad he's getting a shot. I do hate that they moved 205 back to post smackdown though, especially after hearing this.

Jan 16th
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Yousuf K Rizvi

awesome

Jan 14th
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Phelan Jack

7:14

Jan 11th
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Mike Brosi

Huge fan of A-Double! Totally agree with all the Indy promotions working together..

Dec 31st
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Quincy Jay Hicks

double cheeseburger, double cheese, double mayo, double onion motherf#$%er

Dec 27th
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