WWE Hall of Famer Booker T joins the This is Awesome Wrestling Show.

On this week’s This is Awesome Wrestling Show, hosts Glenn Moore (@GlennMooreCLE) and Steve Guy (@TheSteveGuy) recap Monday Night Raw and discuss some of the biggest storylines surrounding professsional wrestling. This episode also features an interview with WWE Hall of Famer Booker T.

Glenn and Steve talk about the debuts of Luke Gallows and Doc Anderson on Raw. Does this mean a Bullet Club formation in WWE is imminent? They also chat about Jeff Jarrett and his Michael Scott-like pyramid scheme.

Making his AIW debut, Booker T (@BookerT5x) was able to interact with fans and even was a part of the show later that evening, which included a spot with European star Grado. He also joined the show for thirty minutes to talk about his career, WrestleMania 32, staying a busy man with WWE and his wrestling school, and if he ever gets the itch to get back into the ring. Thanks to Chris Clem for the assist and taking co-host duties for the interview.

Make sure to check out his website, Reality of Wrestling, and follow him on Twitter.

And finally, the guys call Scott Steiner since he’s been in the news lately. There’s a breakthrough when it comes to Steiner and the show. Listen to find out!

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**Interview starts at 20:30 mark of show.**

Want to hear our other interviews? Check out our conversations with Jerry “The King” Lawler, Booker T, EC3Seth Rollins, Samoa Joe, Terry FunkThe Young Bucks, Neville, Kevin Owens, Colt Cabana, Chris Sabin, Sasha BanksKen Anderson, 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, Tyson Dux, Johnny Gargano, Taeler Hendrix, Colonel Robert ParkerCrazy Mary Dobson, Tim Donst, Grado, ‘All Ego’ Ethan Page, Gary Barnidge, Chris Perez, and 2 Cold Scorpio.

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