Busted Open

SiriusXM

Are you ready to get in the ring with the realest pro wrestling talk on the planet? Join Dave LaGreca and his rotating cast of co-hosts that features WWE Hall of Famers Bully Ray and Mark Henry, ECW Legend Tommy Dreamer, AEW star Thunder Rosa, and 2x World Heavyweight Champion Nic Nemeth for knowledgeable pro wrestling talk, entertaining debates, and interviews with the biggest names in the game. From the WWE to AEW to the independent scene and beyond, Busted Open brings you daily pro wrestling content like no one else in the world! New episodes drop seven days a week, with a special edition of “The Master’s Class” every Monday morning, where the experts take you deep inside industry topics as only they can. Hear live episodes of Busted Open daily from 9a-12p ET on SiriusXM Fight Nation, channel 156. It may pay their bills, but the real winners are the Busted Open fans. read less

Our Editor's Take

Who says pro wrestling is fake? The Busted Open podcast presents a discussion on everything in and out of the ring. Sports radio host Dave LaGreca covers fanfare and industry updates. Episodes also feature rotating cohosts from the storied annals of wrestling. Together the crew swap trade secrets, speculate on the business of the sport and dissect the craft beneath it all.

Highlight moments include Chris Jericho's savvy explanation of why he signed with AEW. There are countless takedowns and breakdowns on the legacy of Vince McMahon. And there are contemporary perspectives, as well. For instance, WWE Hall of Famer Bully Ray analyzed CM Punk's locker room drama for the show as it was happening.

Unrehearsed and packed with unique insight, Busted Open draws on decades of wisdom. LaGreca first headed a radio show about wrestling during his stint at NFL Radio back in 2009. Over a decade later, the show settled into a slot on satellite radio. Now the podcast gives LaGreca a place to carry on his work.

Most wrestling fans will find something to love in the archives of Busted Open. It's a comprehensive discussion on the art of wrestling and the industry that promotes it. Episodes are usually three hours long. But listeners with limited time can hear daily podcast clip compilations in mini-episodes that run an hour or less.

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