Jaws hit the floor all across the global wrestling community earlier this year when Jeff Jarrett was announced as an inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame. And Jarrett's years-long standoff with the dominant force of the industry isn't the only time 'Double J' has courted controversy.

And ahead of Jarrett's no-holds-barred spoken word tour of the UK, Because WCW had the chance to speak to 'The Chosen One' about some of those moments, from his ill-fated stints with the Four Horsemen and the New World Order, the Bash at the Beach 2000 incident and his penchant for smashing guitars over the heads of the vertically challenged.

In addition to this exclusive interview with the first former WCW star to join us on the podcast, Dean and Liam look back at Jarrett's two stints with the company, his entrance themes, his legacy as a professional wrestler and more.

Sometimes wrestling shows are good. Sometimes wrestling shows are bad. And then there's Halloween Havoc 1992, which starts off harmlessly enough before falling off a cliff and landing rectum-first on a spiked fence with its infamous 'triple main event'.

And if you think Dean and Liam had it rough rewatching and reliving this Bill Watts catastrophe of a PPV, spare a thought for their special guest, veteran MMA journalist Dave Doyle. Dave travelled from Boston to Philadelphia to attend Havoc 92 live, in what was his very first wrestling road trip.

You'd think such a trip would put him off wrestling for life, but a typewritten letter of apology from Watts himself turned a horrendous show into a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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