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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.

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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.

    Mark Henry

    Mark Henry

    Mark Henry is the newest member of the AEW broadcast team and will be behind the mic when AEW RAMPAGE debuts, Friday, August 13th at 10pm on TNT. Mark explains how his love of microphones and armchair quarterbacking wrestling matches led to this moment, and what he and Tony Schiavone have been doing behind the scenes to prepare. Mark also talks about his coaching/mentoring style, which young talent he’s most excited to work with, and how he hopes to put his vast experience to good use at AEW. He shares his thoughts on the new AEW Community Outreach Team, their aspirations and goals, and the joy he receives in helping others. Plus, Mark also shares some of his favorite stories about Owen Hart, a couple of his favorite matches, memories of his Olympic experiences in Barcelona and Atlanta, and how he got into weight lifting at 10-years old!

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    • 51 min
    Pretty Peter Avalon

    Pretty Peter Avalon

    Pretty Peter Avalon (in his bathrobe if you watch on YouTube) from The Wingmen is waxed and vaxxed and ready for a Hot Boi Summer! Peter explains how the faction started with him, Ryan Nemeth, JD Drake, and Cezar Bononi, who convinced JD to wear that sexy mesh top, how the foursome were put together in the first place (shout out to Christian!), and what BTE has done for The Wingmen’s popularity. Peter sheds some light on The Librarian gimmick and being paired with Leva Bates, his bitter feud with Brandon Cutler, wrestling at the Young Bucks compound during the pandemic, and the inspiration behind his amazing ring gear (aka bathrobe). He’s also talking Norv Fernum, David Arquette, Ric Flair, Kurt Angle, dice bumps, Italian sandwiches, mustache care, and having the most punchable face in pro-wrestling. Plus, he shares the advice he once received from the late, great Roddy Piper.

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    • 41 min
    The Murderhawk Monster Lance Archer

    The Murderhawk Monster Lance Archer

    Lance Archer bet on himself when he signed on with AEW, and hasn’t looked back since. Lance talks about his journey to AEW, his first-time meeting Tony Khan, the backyard vignettes he filmed at Darby Allin’s house with Jake “The Snake” Roberts that introduced him to AEW fans, his in-ring debut at the Nightmare Factory during the pandemic lockdown, and his matches against Marko Stunt, Rey Fenix, and Miro. Lance also reveals the philosophy behind the color of his signature braid, the origins of the Murderhawk Monster, his Namahage status in Japan, why he wrestled under a mask for a short time early in his career, and who he’d love to form a faction with at AEW. Plus, Lance shares the story of the peanut butter challenge, the time he had breakfast with Stan Hansen, and a few choice words for AEW’s "Men of the Year."

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    • 46 min
    Former BTE Champion Charlie Ramone

    Former BTE Champion Charlie Ramone

    Charlie Ramone is one of the crew on Sammy Guevara’s Vlog, the former BTE Champion, and the Special Projects Manager at AEW. He reveals what that title really means, some of the cool props he’s created for various AEW matches and vignettes, and his roles in both the Shawn Spears chair-swinging pilot error and the Stadium Stampede! He speaks about his “almost friendship” with Cody Rhodes, the creative inspiration behind Sammy Guevara’s cue cards, the one prop he was happy NOT to acquire, and his “son,” Griff Garrison! Charlie also shares the compliment he received from Jake “The Snake” Roberts, the story behind the bump he took through glass for the Murderhawk Monster Lance Archer, the weird request he got from Fuego del Sol, and the very cool thing that the late, great Mr. Brodie Lee did for him.

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    • 38 min
    All Ego Ethan Page

    All Ego Ethan Page

    All Ego Ethan Page had to keep his training and his travel a secret prior to this AEW debut in “The Face Of The Revolution Ladder Match” at the Revolution PPV. He explains when he found out about his appearance, and how he managed to keep the secret. He also discusses the role that Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks played in his journey to AEW, his AEW DYNAMITE debut against Lee Johnson, the advantages of being a 15-year vet, his natural bromance with Men of the Year tag partner, Scorpio Sky, and how excited he was to work with Sting! Ethan shares stories about his training days, his early career matches, the evolution of his character, traveling with Michael Elgin, Karate Man, his obsession with fast food, and his weekly VLog! Plus, discover Ethan’s 3-year-old daughter’s contribution to his AEW DYNAMITE entrance!

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    • 42 min
    QT Marshall

    QT Marshall

    QT Marshall might be a heel on AEW DYNAMITE, but he’s one of the hardest working and nicest guys behind the scenes at AEW. Hear how he went from Cody’s assistant to Tony Khan’s right-hand TV man as well as the role that his Nightmare Factory training facility played on DYNAMITE during the early days of the pandemic. QT also talks about his multi-functional bowling shirts, why he sits on the steps during The Factory’s wrestling matches and on-screen moments, which female wrestler he’d love to add to The Factory, his personal relationship with Diamond Dallas Page, and what he learned tagging with Dustin Rhodes as the Natural Nightmares. Plus, QT shares the story behind the documentary, “The Wrestler: A QT Marshall Story,” and the valuable lesson it taught him about life and the business.

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    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
1.5K Ratings

1.5K Ratings

Picavenger14 ,

Much improved!

Update: there aren’t many episodes I haven’t listened to; only the one that has poor audio quality. Since I made my initial review, everything that I took issue with has been corrected. I haven’t come across any more funky audio recordings, Aubrey is much more respectful of her cohost, and they’ve cut commercials completely.
I honestly never expected my comments to make changes in a situation like this, but I have to say I have been pleasantly surprised. I’m sure I’m not the only one that has made these complaints, so you can definitely say AEW is a company that listens to its fans, no matter what avenue they’re providing feedback for.

I listen to this podcast every week while I’m working. 3 unfortunate things come to mind when I listen: 1) Some episodes have the WORST audio quality. 2) Aubrey needs to stop taking so much and listen more. There is not a need for a comment on literally every single statement a guest makes. The show is about the guests not her. Lots of fans/listeners complaining about this one. Also, she tries really hard to be “one of the boys” and it’s very cringe. If I were Tony I would be uncomfortable with the way she speaks to and about me. She makes fun of his age and the things that come with age often and also during the ads for the show. I don’t know what their relationship is really like, maybe it’s ok with it, but when I listen I cringe hard. It’s uncomfortable. 3) While listening to Amanda Huber talk about Brodie Lee (Jon’s) illness I thought it was pretty classless to have ads. She is there to answer questions and talk about the final days of her husband’s life. That’s not the time to talk about the little blue pill, trimming nose hairs, and other nonsense like that. I understand ads give you the ability to keep making these podcasts, but with a legit billionaire behind the wheel, I think you can afford to skip one week’s worth of ads. This is my opinion and hopefully someone who can make a difference will actually read this, but I’m not that hopeful. I really love the show otherwise. Keep putting on other amazing guests and I’ll continue to listen.

MountaineerDude ,

MurderHawk

More Lance Archer!

Old Man Linderman ,

Such a Great Podcast

I’ve been playing catch up on this podcast so I started at the beginning and I’m currently in episodes that aired in September of 2020. Aubrey and Tony are fantastic cohosts. Their chemistry is great, and the guests to the point I have gotten to have all been a joy to listen to. I especially loved the ones with Nyla Rose and Sonny Kiss. Getting their stories and perspectives on things has actually probably helped my understanding of those lifestyles quite a lot. The Best Friends were hilarious to listen to. And really just in general getting to hear stories of guys I know less about like Darby Allin or the Butcher and Blade is great as well. I hope this level of quality carries on to the present episodes and beyond.

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