Jim Cornette’s Drive-Thru

Arcadian Vanguard

On Jim Cornette’s Drive-Thru, The Great Brian Last turns the tables and hosts the show, with Jim in the expert’s seat answering a multitude of questions on an array of topics, all sent in by the listeners in the Cult of Cornette! The Drive-Thru also features big event reviews, fan-submitted songs and a variety of frivolity!

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Our Editor's Take

Long-time wrestling fans need no introduction to the name Jim Cornette. After spending decades in the wrestling business, the podcast Jim Cornette's Drive-Thru allows the man to do what he does best, talk about everything and anything wrestling related.

Cornette began working in wrestling in the mid-1970s. After working in public relations and as a photographer, he would go on to an on-air role as a manager. During the 1980s, Cornette became prominent in the wrestling world, adopting a variety of gimmicks.

Older wrestling fans will likely remember Cornette from his time on television. This is particularly true for those who live in the American South. However, Cornette has introduced himself to a new group of young fans.

In his later years, Cornette has managed to reinvent himself as an elder statesman. Jim Cornette's Drive-Thru allows Cornette to share his thoughts on current wrestling events. Additionally, he tells stories about past matches. He is known for being unflinching about his true opinions of wrestlers and others.

Despite his recognition in the wrestling world, Cornette is still a controversial figure. In fact, promoters have openly spoken of wanting to slap Cornette for his audacity. The podcast allows Cornette to embrace that side of his personality.

Jim Cornette's Drive-Thru is the place for those looking for straight wrestling talk. New episodes of the podcast come out on Thursdays. If it's happening in wrestling and want the real scoop, be sure to visit Jim Cornette's Drive-Thru.

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