Bruce Prichard addresses his return to WWE and the future of his podcast

By Jason Powell, Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Bruce Prichard addressed his return to WWE during his weekly “Something To Wrestle with Bruce Prichard” podcast that was released on Friday. “I’m extremely proud and extremely happy to be back in the family at WWE,” Prichard said. “I had my first TVs back this week, had an absolute blast seeing everybody and being back in the fold. Not being coy or anything like that… a lot still needs to be worked out as far as what my role will be…

“I’m gonna come back and help out wherever I can be most valuable. And we’re working through it. We’re figuring out where I might fit best and how and what and why and everything else. It’s something that happened pretty quickly with me going to TV. A lot has changed in ten years and I have to see where I fit in and they have to see where I fit in and how and what have you. So there’s still a lot of questions that need to be answered and I’m looking forward to an incredible journey.” Listen to he full show here.

Powell’s POV: Prichard and co-host Conrad Thompson noted that they will not be canceling any of the live shows they have advertised. Thompson said there are a lot of 18-hour days in Prichard’s future, so they will not be able to run as many live shows beyond their advertised events. The duo also stated that the will not be canceling their weekly podcast. Thompson said their taping schedule will likely need to change, but said new shows will continue to drop on Fridays. “We’re not going anywhere,” Thompson said.

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Readers Comments (1)

  1. I’m glad that they plan to continue it, his podcast is one of my favorites. I also agree with many of his views #fDm

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