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Each week Colt will document his travels along side his various friends within the industry. Just kidding. But in all seriosuness fans listening to part 1 of this interview will find why The Rock got a little carried away with the folding chair at the Royal Rumble, what Mick thinks about Roman Reigns and his real feelings about playing Dude Love. In Part. PP-Ep47 - Colt Cabana. Baby Jesus! Roddy is joined by his son, Colt Toombs, to talk about his infamous match with Goldust at WrestleMania XII where the golden-haired wrestler tried to kiss him.

Plus Hot Rod reveals why he decided to take a bat to the flamboyant wrestler's gold Cadillac and then jump on the hood as Goldust tried to escape Piper's wrath. Luke Williams of the Bushwhackers makes a pilgrimage to Piper's Pit this week to reconnect with his old friend and fans.

Jim Cornette is back and burning bridges in part 2 of his no-holds-barred interview with the biggest villain of all time. Cornette dives deep into his nuclear powered feud with Vince Russo, revealing why he can't stand one of the most polarizing names in pro-wrestling. He also tells us his thoughts on Macho Man Randy Savage finally making it into the hall of fame and whether or not he'd ever don one of his infamous pastel shirts and come out of retirement.

This is one episode that you can't afford to miss!!! PP-Ep42 - Jim Cornette. Yeeee Hawwwww! Jim Cornette crashes into Piper's Pit like a Level 5 Tornado, tearing apart everything you thought you knew about pro-wrestling. Who was tapped to run the WWF when Vince McMahon thought he'd be trading in his designer suits for prison stripes when the wrestling titan was an ass hair away from going to jail? You can only find out by downloading the latest episode of the best wrestling podcast in the whole damned world!

Vince Russo Part. One of the most controversial figures in professional wrestling history is back for a second round on the hot seat. Piper and Russo pick up right where they left on topics like the decline of the WWE, why aren't there any new superstars the likes of Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant and Roddy Piper and why a three-hour Monday Night Raw is bad for the fans. PP-Ep39 - Jim Ross. Baby Jesus!!!! Legendary commentator Jim Ross enters the Piper's Pit for A no-holds-barred interview about everything you ever wanted to know about pro-wrestling but were too afraid to ask.

PP-Ep38 - Jeff Jarrett. Jeff Jarrett's about to turn the wrestling world on it's head! The eleven-time world champion enter's Piper's Pit to reveal his plan for world domination with the launch of Global Force Wrestling. The founder of TNA talks to Hot Rod about the mistakes he made with Total-Nonstop-Action and why those hard lessons led him to launch a new worldwide empire.

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How will it stack up to TNA? Find that out all that and more on this episode of Piper's Pit. Fans of the cult classic are in for a treat as the two reveal behind-the-scenes stories on the making of the film.

Plus we'll find out what ever happened to the They Live TV show, will there ever be a sequel, would John allow a remake and why the film is considered by both Carpenter and Piper to be modern-day a documentary. They're talking Wrestlemania 30 and saying R. The two talk about the future of TNA, whether or not Austin see's retirement in his near future, and if the WWE is trying to lure him over to the dark-side.

In part 2 of Hot Rod's interview with comic Bobcat Goldthwait, wrestling's greatest "Villain" talks to us about how the comedian helped save his life, meeting comedy legend Robin Williams and why Bobcat felt it necessary to film a crying newborn being blown away with a shotgun in his dark-comedy film, God Bless America. Hot Rod welcomes comedian and director Bobcat Goldthwait to Piper's Pit to talk about how the greatest villain in professional wrestling history inspired some of the greatest comedians to ever take to the stage. Rowdy tells Bobcat how his influence led comedic genius Andy Kaufman to start and epic feud with wrestler Jerry Lawler and why Robin Williams used to impersonate a police officer to get into Piper's wrestling matches.

This show has it all. From Mexican knife fights to setting the Tonight Show stage on fire. Bob Orton Jr.

The wrestling legend tells us about beings exiled from a Japanese Island for life, why he was tasered by a police officer for running around a hotel naked and the reason why he had to lock Roddy in his hotel room while they were on the road. Plus for the first time ever, Roddy reveals the most heinous wrestling act ever committed in the ring by none other than Mr. An act so vile it left his fellow wrestlers gasping for breath. Hot Rod welcomes legend Art Davie, the creator of the UFC, into the Piper's Pit to talk about how a sport that Chuck Norris thought was too "brutal" to be legal went on to become a multi-billion dollar empire.

PP-Ep30 - Jesse Ventura. Did you know that Hulk Hogan was so afraid of Jesse Ventura that he refused to be in the same state with him. Or how about that the fact that Vince McMahon lost a lawsuit to Jessie and ended up paying him millions of dollars, and potentially owes him millions more. Jesse Ventura dares to enter the Piper's Pit and reveals all. From why he joined the Navy Seals to why he's seriously considering running for President in Either he wasn't comfortable getting into that part of his past and family or thought people only wanted to hear about wrestling.

Also, there is really no discussion of his movie career. By and large the stories he does tell are great but I got the feeling you could write a book out of the stuff that was omitted from this book. Finally, the writing is just pretty bad. Many things aren't written clearly, things were obviously written out of sequence and things not explained initially, are revisited again later, etc. I put the blame for all of this on the book's ghost writer and editor. Piper's personality and gregariousness certainly comes through and it's the only thing that saves the book. Great story, poorly produced Kindle version.

Roddy Piper was an arrogant, opinionated loud mouth. He was also one of my favorite wrestlers. He wrote a great book, didn't hold back. A great read for any wrestling fan. The Kindle version of the book contains the pictures advertised on the cover, however, they display on my Kindle Fire HDX as black mostly and white photocopies.

Mar 04, Tom rated it did not like it. I promise, I'm reading all these wrestler autobiographies as research. Mediocre writing and it overlooks the most compelling aspects of the story in the way that most celebrity autobiographies do. Mar 21, Steve rated it it was ok Shelves: wrestling. This was a self-indulgent book that did nothing for my sympathy for Mr. As a fellow Canadian, I would expect a better criticism of the wrestling world, not just a critic of the P, or McMahon.

I am no way, a mark for McMahon but Roddy started the book off really good, and then kind of dwindle off on these tirades, littered with side stories that made me feel completely misdirected. Overall, just very disappointing. Apr 28, George rated it really liked it. Jan 01, Mr. Pease rated it really liked it. A highly-entertaining read for wrestling fans, especially those who know the call-it-as-he-sees-it style of Hot Rod. Some inflammatory comments are certainly questionable in their accuracy, but true fans of wrestling know that half-truths and allegations are part of the charm.

Apr 13, Trent Zelazny rated it it was amazing. Fascinating story about the life of a very fascinating man. You don't much need to be into pro wrestling to appreciate this bio. What a character, and one of my biggest childhood heroes.

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My only complaint is that I wanted it to be longer. Aug 03, Tim Dunn rated it really liked it. This is a book that probably should have been bigger, and maybe some day he'll come out with another that will tell even more stories Jul 06, Big rated it it was ok. I was rather disappointed with this book. Roddy Piper is one of the most creative and innovative characters whoever entered the squared circle, but his book was rather uninteresting.

It seemed as if Roddy had a chip on his shoulder and didn't lose it throughout the whole book. Jun 23, Bobby Parker rated it really liked it. Really awesome.

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Crazy, crazy wrestling stories. What a crazy world. Aug 30, D rated it liked it Recommends it for: hardcore piper fans only. It flew through , peak years in WWF. Aug 11, Brent Darling rated it it was ok. Easy read, I ripped through it in a few hours. But overall, a letdown. Jun 10, Matt Murphy rated it liked it. An okay autobiography, but as I've written about many old-school wrestlers' books, it's hard to believe everything that's written in it.

That said, the story itself was entertaining. Apr 19, Nila rated it really liked it. I love Piper and I miss Pipers pit but I am glad he came back into wrestling awhile ago. I bought my book autographed on-line,love it! Apr 16, Donovan Rowlands rated it liked it. It was the perfect light read for me after reading 3 books from ex Scientology members.

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Sep 24, Bret added it. Not really a book; more like a guy talking into a tape recorder and another guy writing it down into paragraphs.

Feb 10, Arsenio Peraza rated it it was amazing. A must read for the true wrestling fan. A read about how Roddy Piper came up threw the ranks in wrestling. View 1 comment. Oct 23, Lydia A.