On this week’s This is Awesome Wrestling Show, hosts Glenn Moore (@GlennMooreCLE) and Steve Guy (@TheSteveGuy) discuss some of the biggest topics in wrestling, including the news of Brie Bella possibly retiring this summer and Wade Barrett not renewing his contract with the WWE.
Cedric Alexander has been in the news lately with his tryout at NXT. You can listen to our conversation with him from May 2015.
This week’s guest is Robert Fuller, also known as Colonel Robert Parker in WCW and Tennessee Lee in WWF. The candid conversation goes over Fuller’s career, including being a wrestler, managing some of the biggest stars, how managers are used today, and shares some great road stories.
**Interview starts at 17:43 mark of show.**
Traveling with Steve Austin:
“Steve [Austin] used to go out and get a Kentucky Fried Chicken or something. He’d eat and the bones and stuff, we’d drink a bunch of beer and throw beers down the floorboards. And he’d save all the chicken [bones] and everything. Somebody would go by, and say ‘Hey, is that Sting?’ I’d say, ‘I think it is, but he’s got his family with him.’
‘I don’t care. Pull up in front of him.’
We’d be going down the interstate and we’d go around, boy, start throwing them chicken bones and beers out. I mean, trying to hit the car, trying to hit the car.
Next day we are at TV, and Sting goes, ‘What is wrong with you guys?’ And we would say, ‘Well, you got a rental car.’
He says, ‘No, that’s my car. I got my family in the car.’
I mean, Steve was a ton of fun.”
Want to hear our other interviews? Check out our conversations with Jerry “The King” Lawler, EC3, Seth Rollins, Samoa Joe, Terry Funk, The Young Bucks, Adrian Neville, Kevin Owens, Colt Cabana, Chris Sabin, Sasha Banks, Lilian Garcia, Corey Graves, Dangerous Doug Gilbert, D.J. Z, Brian Myers aka Curt Hawkins, The Miz, Bo Dallas, Heath Slater, Mark Henry, Little Guido aka Nunzio, Cedric Alexander, Blue Pants, Eddie Kingston, Gregory Iron, Tessa Blanchard, Johnny Gargano, Taeler Hendrix, Colonel Robert Parker, Crazy Mary Dobson, Tim Donst, Grado, ‘All Ego’ Ethan Page, Gary Barnidge, Chris Perez, and 2 Cold Scorpio.