46 episodes

Scott Bowden, the former manager of Jerry “The King” Lawler, brings you a bucket of Memphis mayhem every week, offering a perspective on this legendary territory that’s both original and extra crispy. Subscribe to the Kentucky Fried Rasslin’ wherever you find your favorite podcasts—it’s finger-breakin’ good!

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    • 4.7, 134 Ratings

Scott Bowden, the former manager of Jerry “The King” Lawler, brings you a bucket of Memphis mayhem every week, offering a perspective on this legendary territory that’s both original and extra crispy. Subscribe to the Kentucky Fried Rasslin’ wherever you find your favorite podcasts—it’s finger-breakin’ good!

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
134 Ratings

134 Ratings

pat mcrautch ,

Memories

Brings back a ton of memories

Real Dave Wood ,

Garbage

Has someone who has done so little made it out to be so much in the business? I don’t think so. When the host talks about crowds at the Mid-South Coliseum only being 3000-4000 at the time, translate that to reality which is 500-1000. Some complain about the length of time between episodes but if you had to get your stomach pumped repeatedly from swallowing Jarret & Lawler so often, you wouldn’t have time to make podcasts either. Lawler wasn’t a tough guy, the only people he’s ever injured were managers & under age girls.

She Called Me Bruce ,

it is what it is

i dont know if this show has been cancelled as a new one hasnt come out in awhile but its one of those type shows that if it disappeared you really wouldnt notice and certainly wouldnt care

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