Former WWE manager and producer Bruce Prichard aka Brother Love chats with The Sports Courier’s Fred Richani on TSC News!
The Sports Courier’s Fred Richani interviews former WWE manager and producer Bruce Prichard aka Brother Love about his highly-successful Something to Wrestling with (Bruce Prichard) podcast, linking up with co-host Conrad Thompson, his unexpected return to WWE Raw’s 25th anniversary, life lessons from Vince McMahon, Royal Rumble predictions, who pro wrestling’s next breakout star is, and much more!
Bruce Prichard interview time codes:
00:33 Something to Wrestling with Bruce Prichard Live
01:18 Return to WWE Raw 25 as Brother Love
03:14 Getting into podcasting, hosting with Conrad Thompson
06:24 Memorable WWE moments
08:18 Being mentored by Vince McMahon, Paul Boesch
09:31 Best lesson from Pat Patterson
11:25 Trusting your instincts
12:50 Breaking into pro wrestling, transitioning to office
14:19 Dr. Tom Prichard
15:47 WWE NXT, Old era of WWE developmental
17:55 Who did WWE miss the boat on?
22:08 John Cena, Dwayne “The Rock”Johnson
23:19 Paige forced to retire due to neck injury
25:58 Women’s Royal Rumble match
27:45 The Undertaker, Rumor and innuendo
32:07 The Undertaker’s wackiest moments, Paul Bearer in concrete crypt
33:25 Hulk Hogan’s Mr. America gimmick in 2003
34:19 Bobby Lashley
34:46 WWE 205 Live
35:40 Favorite Raw moments
37:30 Bullet Club’s All In event: Can they fill 10K seats?
39:00 Breaking barriers in podcasting
43:30 Does Vince McMahon appreciate WWE fans?
45:39 MMA fighters like UFC’s Conor McGregor using wrestling tactics to hype fights
46:06 Conrad Thompson impression
46:50 Paul Heyman
48:56 Becoming Brother Love
49:13 Royal Rumble 2018 Predictions
50:44 Who is WWE’s next breakout star?
51:52 Life advice
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