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May 28, 2020
Darby Allin is passionate about filmmaking, skateboarding, and professional wrestling, and explains how all three led him to AEW. He talks tattoos, his straight edge lifestyle, and how living in his car motivated his work ethic. He also explains why he turned down WWE’s tryout offer, what it meant to wrestle Cody and Chris Jericho as some of his first matches at AEW, his relationship with Dean Malenko, and why he’s so surprised by the fan reaction to him. Plus, Darby shares the stories behind his face paint, his name, and why he licked Seattle’s infamous gum wall!
May 21, 2020
Dr. Britt Baker DMD is a real dentist, and went to dental school and wrestling school simultaneously. She talks about that experience, her stint on the indie wrestling scene that led to AEW, her recent match with Hikaru Shida that resulted in a bloody nose and a #1-selling t-shirt, and how Chris Jericho has influenced her heel turn. She also shares how she’s spending her downtime during the coronavirus pandemic, and explains where she and boyfriend Adam Cole initially met, how they’ve been able to support each other’s matches working for competing companies, and why they never work out together!
May 14, 2020
Excalibur is the man behind the mask and the announce table for AEW Dynamite! He’s also one of the founders of PWG, and a former wrestling tape collector! He’s talking about the early days of PWG, how it grew into one of the most prestigious indie promotions, and all of the incredible talent that passed through the PWG ring! He also talks about his own wrestling start, making the transition to announcing, his journey to AEW, and the origins of his mask.
May 6, 2020
Tony Khan returns to share serious behind-the-scenes details about what it took to keep AEW Dynamite going during the coronavirus pandemic! He talks about the night of the NBA shutdown which directly resulted in AEW live show cancellations, pivoting to no audience shows produced in Jacksonville, and the scramble to tape enough content to cover 5 or 6 additional weeks of TV after strict stay home and social distancing orders were mandated by the government. He reveals which Dynamite ideas were inspired by “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” and “Saved By The Bell,” what impressed him about Colt Cabana and Kip Sabian, why he was excited to celebrate Dustin Rhodes, the origins of the Bubbly Bunch, Chris Jericho’s marathon session with Tony Schiavone at the announce table, the debuts of Matt Hardy and Brodie Lee, and the moment he knew he had to cancel “Blood And Guts.”
April 30, 2020
Aubrey Edwards may be the co-host of AEW Unrestricted, but that isn’t stopping Tony Schiavone from putting AEW’s lady ref in the hot seat!  The tables are turned as Tony asks Aubrey about her days reffing on the indie wrestling scene, the tryout and work she did for NXT, and how she made the jump from a career in video games to pro-wrestling! Plus, Aubrey talks about her days as a ballet dancer, and the Daniel Bryan crying girl meme that went viral after the WWE Superstar retired.
April 23, 2020
Dean Malenko is one of the greatest technical wrestlers of all time, and a super funny guy! He shares stories from his incredible wrestling career that started in the land of referees and cut a trailblazing path through ECW and WCW before reaching WWE. He remembers close friend Eddie Guerrero, offers his take on Chris Benoit, and explains why he reformed The Four Horsemen. Hear about Dean's solo match with Ric Flair, his relationship with Arn Anderson, and what prompted Dean’s decision to leave WWE. Plus, Dean talks AEW and assesses some of AEW’s upcoming, young talent, including one of his personal favs, Darby Allin!
April 16, 2020
Dustin Rhodes learned how to sell from Ricky Steamboat, got the Goldust gimmick over with a little help from Savio Vega, and says his street fight with Roddy Piper at Wrestlemania 12 was his favorite match until taking on brother Cody at AEW’s “Double Or Nothing” PPV. Dustin shares all of those stories, plus speaks candidly about his WWE career, leaving WWE on his own terms, his relationship with his father, the late, great Dusty Rhodes, overcoming addiction, and the powerful meaning behind #KeepSteppin.
April 16, 2020
Dustin Rhodes learned how to sell from Ricky Steamboat, got the Goldust gimmick over with a little help from Savio Vega, and says his street fight with Roddy Piper at Wrestlemania 12 was his favorite match until taking on brother Cody at AEW's "Double Or Nothing" PPV. Dustin shares all of those stories, plus speaks candidly about his WWE career, leaving WWE on his own terms, his relationship with his father, the late, great Dusty Rhodes, overcoming addiction, and the powerful meaning behind #KeepSteppin.
April 9, 2020
Taz talks about his wrestling start in Puerto Rico, learning kayfabe the hard way, and the inspiration behind the Human Suplex Machine.  He also shares stories from his days traveling with Paul Heyman, ECW, his feud with Bam Bam Bigelow, and making the jump to WWE. Plus, discover how Taz was able to leave WWE on his own terms, and what he loves most about AEW.
April 9, 2020
Taz talks about his wrestling start in Puerto Rico, learning kayfabe the hard way, and the inspiration behind the Human Suplex Machine. He also shares stories from his days traveling with Paul Heyman, ECW, his feud with Bam Bam Bigelow, and making the jump to WWE. Plus, discover how Taz was able to leave WWE on his own terms, and what he loves most about AEW.
April 2, 2020
Brandi Rhodes wears multiple hats for AEW and describes her roles as Chief Brand Officer, in-ring talent, and advisor to the Women's Division! She also talks about her special relationship with the late, great Dusty Rhodes, and how his stealthy match-making skills brought Brandi and Cody together! Plus, she remembers her days in competitive figure skating, and explains why she gave up that sport, and how she discovered wrestling.
March 26, 2020
Matt and Nick Jackson of The Young Bucks have plenty to say about the creative process of AEW, their boss, Tony Khan, and how much life has changed since AEW launched. They also describe the backyard ring their dad built for them as teenagers, growing up Hulkamaniacs, their first matches, and how they developed their high-flying, in-ring style. Plus, they talk Bullet Club, Being The Elite, the development of their merch empire, and their love of Orange Cassidy!
March 19, 2020
Billy Gunn turned a rodeo scholarship into a career in pro wrestling! Ok, not exactly, but he's got a great story about how he went from a rodeo ring to a wrestling ring! He's also got a great story about how he ended up at AEW after being fired by WWE for the fourth time! Billy's talking D-Generation X, New Age Outlaws, the Smoking Gunns, and what it was like working in the ring with everyone from Road Dogg to The Rock to Stone Cold Steve Austin and Terry Funk (one of the toughest guys ever in the business). Plus, he speaks to his great friendship with Chyna, and his new tag team, The Gunn Club, with his son, Austin.
March 12, 2020
AEW founder, President and CEO Tony Khan might be more excited about AEW and its future than the fans! He talks about turning a "wild gamble" into a "successful business," how one Macho Man Halloween costume led AEW to TNT, when he originally got the idea for AEW and who he approached first, and what inspires some of "Dynamite's" creative angles and characters. Tony speaks to discovering wrestling as a kid, some of his favorite childhood performers and matches, tape trading, and how World's Best Wrestling developed into AEW.
March 5, 2020
Good Ole' JR, Jim Ross, joins the AEW pod to talk about his early days as a referee for NWA, how he started in the announce booth, and his journey to AEW. He also talks about his love of John Wayne, his upcoming new book, "Under The Black Hat," and he shares some great stories from the set of the 1999 movie about Andy Kaufman, "Man On The Moon."
February 27, 2020
AEW Executive VP, The American Nightmare Cody, talks about the emotional Double Or Nothing match with brother Dustin Rhodes, the one thing that kept going through Cody's mind during that match, and why his Full Gear bout with Chris Jericho was a game-changer for Cody. He also discusses Star Wars vs Star Trek, his Harry Potter house affiliation, the #SternFacedLady who trended on twitter, his stellar highschool wrestling career, his back-up plan during his lowest days at WWE, and his father's amazing legacy.
February 20, 2020
Jon Moxley had quite a collection of wrestling VHS tapes (ask your parents, kids), missed out on Hulkamania, became a Bret Hart fan, and pondered what The Undertaker was really like outside the ring. And those are just some of the stories he's sharing as he talks about his days on the indies, his jump to WWE, and his surprise AEW debut at Double or Nothing! He also recounts his rock bottom moment at WWE, overcoming his recent injuries, and how things really work in his house with wife, Renee Young!
February 18, 2020
What does it take to be All-Elite? Dig in with the stars and talented team behind AEW on TNT via in-depth conversations highlighting their lives, pop culture, and pro wrestling. AEW referee Aubrey Edwards and broadcaster Tony Schiavone bring you new episodes every Thursday... beginning February 20, 2020!
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