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Next Guest On Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions

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• Next Guest On Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions

WWE Hall Of Famer Bubba Ray Dudley will be the next guest on Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions on the WWE Network / Peacock.

WWE hasn’t announced the release date for this interview, but we’ll keep you updated.

Bubba tweeted the following about this:

“Coming soon…

The one you all been waiting for…

Gimme a HELL YEAH. 🍻 “

Below is the list of guests that have been interviewed on the Broken Skull Sessions so far:

– The Undertaker

– Goldberg

– Kane

– Big Show

– Bret Hart

– Ric Flair

– Mark Henry

– Jerry Lawler

– Kurt Angle

– The Undertaker (One More Round)

– Drew McIntyre

– Bayley

– Sasha Banks

– Randy Orton

– Chris Jericho

– The Godfather

– Mick Foley

– Kevin Nash

– Bobby Lashley

– Seth Rollins

– Jeff Hardy

– Diamond Dallas Page

– Becky Lynch

– Ron Simmons

– Bubba Ray Dudley

John Cena was also interviewed on Broken Skull Sessions in 2021, but his interview was pulled for some reason. It will most likely be released in the future.

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• Old School Attitude Era Diva Celebrates Her Birthday

Old School Attitude Era Diva Debra celebrates her 62nd birthday today.

Debra was married to WrestleMania XI celebrity & former SuperBowl winner Steve “Mongo” McMichael, whom she accompanied as a valet in Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling from 1995 until she divorced him in 1998 and left the company.

After joining the World Wrestling Federation in October 1998, she became the valet of “Double J” Jeff Jarrett, whom she knew from a storyline both were in during their time in WCW.

Debra eventually ended up falling in love with the company’s #1 guy at that time, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin.

The two got married and she changed her name to Debra Williams, also managing her husband on WWF TV at that time, until both left the promotion in June 2002 due to creative differences.

A month later, Austin filed for divorce, which was finalized in early 2003.


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