On this week of High and Tight, Chris and Jason have on former WWE and WWF personality, manager and producer Bruce Prichard, recap Super Bowl XLIX, and discuss Philadelphia’s winter teams. The Patriots won their fourth championship since 2001. Chris and Jason recap the game. Was Pete Carroll’s final call the biggest blunder in Super Bowl history? Who goes up and down from here? What is there to look forward to if you’re an Eagles fan?
With the NHL trade deadline less than a month away, what does the High and Tight duo believe the Flyers and GM Ron Hextall will do? Will they make a splash or remain status quo? Who should the Flyers listen to offers for? Next, Jason runs down the list of possible happenings with the Sixers. Will Michael Carter-Williams be dealt after this season? Who are potential replacements and draft targets for Brett Brown and Sam Hinkie?
Former WWE head writer and head of talent relations Bruce Prichard joins the show. Prichard was Vince McMahon’s “right-hand man” during the Attitude Era and Monday Night War against WCW. Chris asks Prichard every question imaginable to counter what former WCW President and High and Tight guest Eric Bischoff said weeks ago. How was the atmosphere inside the WWF locker room on daily basis while they were all fighting for pay checks each week? Chris also asks Prichard who, in his opinion, is the greatest pro wrestler of all-time, and what were his thoughts on Roman Reigns winning the Royal Rumble. Visit www.rfvideo.com for tickets to the Monday Night War Debate Stage Show with Eric Bischoff facing off against Bruce Prichard, March 6 in Flushing, N.Y.
Music credit: The Union Underground– “Across the Nation.”
Commercial bed music credit: Skream & Benga – “Nefariousa;” The Darkness – “One Way Ticket;” Iggy Azalea – “Work;” D. Pepper Massey – “Keep It Minimum;” The Union Underground– “Across the Nation.”
High and Tight (that’s what she said) will dish out a mixture of sports, professional wrestling and entertainment talk, with pure opinions, harsh commentary and debates. Hosts Chris DiFrancesco and Jason Miller join forces for this “man show,” which will include exciting, high-profile guests in pretty much any area that they want.