Bruce Prichard shoots on Chyna vs Chris Jericho

Bruce Prichard shoots on Chyna vs Chris Jericho

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard is an audio podcast that discusses topics, events, wrestlers and memorable moments through the lens of former WWE executive Bruce Prichard co-hosted by Conrad Thompson.

STW was launched in August 2016 on MLW Radio. The episodes typically range from 2 hours to 4 hours in length, and include discussions about previous WWE pay-per-views and former WWE wrestlers.

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  1. It is so much better to hear a guy that was there in front and back of the house. Not corny who heard from his cousins neighbors dog walker. It is like listening to and expert top scientist speak about the virus and listening to Trump talk. Two worlds of difference.

  2. No disrespect to the dead, so I will express my opinion from how I viewed Chyna at that time. When she debuted in the WWE & did the bit with T.Runnels, she was impressive because how she was presented was shocking. She had an intense physical presence. Knowing what we know now, that she was trained by Killer Kowalski ( R.I.P. ) not a technical wrestler per se, her matches showed it was plainly obvious that she did not learn that much aside from some foundation moves & how to take bumps. In fairness, I don't know if she learned in ring psychology & storytelling, but if she & Paul attended Kowalski's school at the same time, I would think that she did. In the early 2000's a friend gave me a free copy of her autobiography & it's the only book I've chosen not to finish. She seemed very self-enamored. Maybe it was a defense mechanism for her. My favorite moments of her were with Eddie & Kane. Even Eddie said she was hard to deal with in shoot interviews. According to some of her peers in shoots her personality was questionable off camera, the only person worse being Sable. She had a rough upbringing, & I became empathetic toward her when I saw videos of her last interviews, & her shoots discussing Paul & Stephanie. No one deserved a lot of the things that happened to her. If she had been surrounded by better people in her life & had made different choices, she might still be with us today.

  3. Chyna vs Jericho was a great match. The fans were into the match. People weren't silent during their match. They did good. Its not the rock vs hhh or steve austin but it was good

  4. Man Chyna was weak AF there. Felt bad for her man she looked terrible was so worn out was dying no selling

  5. This time in WWE is like vapor to me. I watched it, but remember very little of it. I remember Jericho made his awesome debut and HHH becoming the top heel, but not much else. I don't even remember how Chyna became a singles men wrestler to start with, but i do remember some of her run. I liked her with Eddie the best. I do think it's funny how Conrad brings up Chyna being booed by the male fans, because while true, she was also routinely cheered by many of the female fans in the arena….Kinda like HBK 3 years prior.

    I also find funny that once Chyna got all her surgery done and actually became kinda hot, HHH decided to dump her for Stephanie Mcmahon who imo was a pretty cute girl until HHH made her lift so many weights she now kind of looks like Vince. He's got some kind of fetish

  6. Chyna not getting to become World Champion is one of those things that will always hunt me. That along with Kane only holding the title 24 hours and the failed Invasion angle. Epicness forever lost… And one more thing. I looked back and saw this match and she was not exposed. I have no idea what Bruce is talking about. What a kiss ass.

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