“Oh, yeah, I would have because the money was too good,” Schiavone said. Each week, Schiavone hosts the “What Happened When” podcast along with Conrad Thompson on MLW Radio as he discusses his wrestling days, both the good and the bad. No doubt about it.” MORE: Legendary tag team to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame Schiavone had been a fixture of the wrestling landscape dating to his start in 1983 with Mid-Atlantic Wrestling and the National Wrestling Alliance and then later with WCW.The entire site is free and accessible before you even register.Of course, you'll need to register if you wish write a message to a member, post in our forums, join a group, etc.In general, though, it’s more of an EDM crowd than a metal one. Axl’s voice resonates in a way few other singers’ voices do; rattling around the sinus cavities, vibrating in the skull. The band has sold 44.5 million albums in the US alone.This explains why Coachella was interested in the reunion, anyway.
When WWE won the Monday Night Wars and bought the company, Schiavone didn’t get hired by Vince Mc Mahon — but he would have gone if there had been an offer. “I like it the way it was, not the way it is.” Sixteen years after calling his last match, Schiavone is back in wrestling, or at least the wrestling podcast business.
He handles play-by-play duties for the Gwinnett Braves — the Triple-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves — and is also a part of the football and basketball broadcasts for the Georgia Bulldogs.
But people love nostalgia, which helped pull him back into wrestling.
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@tonyschiavone24 has two hours of stories available NOW! pic.twitter.com/kd1DNdtev2 — What Happened When (@WHWMonday) February 13, 2017 “I never thought I would get back into it but here I am again,” Schiavone said. In just a couple of weeks, we've done quite well and we're very excited about our podcast and very excited about the reception from everyone out there.” Since leaving the wrestling business, Schiavone has gone back to his roots: sports broadcasting.