On this week’s Lions, Tigers, Bears and Disco, Vince, Jeff and Glenn examine why wrestlers from the US have been working Japan for decades, but it wasn’t until the last 10 years or so that the Japanese style had found its way into the states. From there, Glenn goes into detail on what caused Nakamura’s botched move that almost broke John Cena’s neck. Other topics–Karen Jarrett working the wrestling media, Enzo’s backstage troubles and can you ever get out of the dog house in professional wrestling once you’re in it, and GFW viewership. Vince ends the show with some entertaining Dixie Carter stories that have never been shared before.

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