Conrad Thompson Hosting Huntsville Super Show With Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone

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Conrad Thompson Hosting Huntsville Super Show With Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone

Conrad Thompson

Photo Credit: All Elite Wrestling

Two voices of AEW will be heading down to Huntsville, Alabama for Dynamite next week and after they do, they’ll be sharing in their experience with Conrad Thompson.

Both Jim Ross and Tony Schiavone will join Conrad on stage for a Huntsville Super Show after they finish the Dynamite Tapings. The full details of the “WHW” and “Grilling JR” alliance are below:

“Grilling JR” and “What Happened When” Podcasts Set For A Live, Huntsville Super Show

Hall of Fame announcer, senior advisor for All Elite Wrestling (AEW), and the Voice of WrestlingTM, Jim Ross, will be sharing the stage with fellow AEW announcer Tony Schiavone for a rare “Grilling JR” and “What Happened When” live super show at Stand Up Live in Huntsville on Wednesday night, February 5th.

Immediately after AEW’s Dynamite taping, Ross and Schiavone will be joined by their host, and Huntsville’s own Conrad Thompson, who will bring his wildly popular podcasts to life for a night of behind-the-scenes stories, unique perspectives and unfiltered and uncensored commentary spanning across decades of professional wrestling.

“Not only are both JR and Tony icons in wrestling, but lucky for us, they are two of the most entertaining story tellers in the business as well,” said Thompson. “Taking our podcasts to a live show format gives these gentlemen an opportunity to fully open up and let it rip. JR is the gold standard when it comes to announcing, signing talent and developing stars, and Tony was the voice of a wrestling generation who has had a resurgence with AEW, so there will be no limits to where the conversations will take us.”

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