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Jericho Network Adds Another Popular Podcast

Chris Jericho has added X-Pac 1, 2, 360 to his podcast network.

Earlier this year, news broke that Chris Jericho was taking his podcast and the Jericho Network to the rival Westwood One Network. If that wasn’t a good enough deal for the new network, Jericho has wasted no time in becoming even more valuable for them by bringing over another popular wrestling podcast— Sean Waltman’s X-Pac 1, 2, 360 Podcast.

This is huge news for Westwood One, and X-Pac as well, who had this to say on the situation; “Chris and I have known each other for most of our 30 years in wrestling. We’ve had many great matches in the ring & now I couldn’t be more excited to work with him again, teaming with Jericho Network in bringing X-Pac 1, 2, 360 to Westwood One Podcast Network!”

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This is just more proof of how great and valuable Jericho is. He has just had one of the best runs in his wrestling career, his band Fozzy continues to put on great music, and now he’s expanding his Jericho Network, along with hosting a very interesting podcast of his own, Talk Is Jericho. If you follow both of their podcasts, they offer their very interesting opinions on a variety of topics (mainly wrestling, of course), and have plenty of amazing guests, so it’s great to see them coming together to strengthen their podcast viewership and overall potential.

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The first guests announced for Waltman’s podcast since the joining the Jericho Network are Shawn Michaels, and 5x Emmy winner, director of 30 for 30’s Nature Boy, Rory Karpf, so make sure to tune into that on iTunes or the Apple podcast app.

So what do you guys think? Is this something that will entice you to listen to either man’s podcast more? Do you even listen to podcasts at all? Let us know all your thoughts and ideas in the comments below.

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