John Bradshaw Layfield is a former WWE champion and current color commentator on SmackDown LIVE, but he also hosts 'Legends with JBL' on the WWE Network.
The show has earned widespread acclaim thanks to the incisive questions and his guests' candid responses, particularly from superstars with a troubled past like Road Dogg and Booker T.
The latest edition of the show features a two-part interview with the latter, and the five-time WCW champion reveals all as JBL leaves no stone unturned.
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It's truly an exceptional watch. If you pay for the WWE Network, it's one of the must-see bits of original content available.
The show is only going to get better, apparently, as JBL retweeted a post on Twitter that announced a list of his future guests.
The likes Scott Hall & Kevin Nash, Sting, Bruno Sammartino, Jimmy Hart and Madusa will be future guests on the 'Legends with JBL' Network show.
All of those legends are WWE Hall of Famers and given their influence on the industry at one time or another, they are bound to be fascinating guests.
Scott Hall and Kevin Nash ushered in the greatest period in professional wrestling history when they jumped ship to WCW and formed the NWO in the mid-1990s.
Although they've talked about that period of time on several occasions, JBL has a great knack of prizing new information from his guests and the Texan will take great pleasure in picking their collective brains.
Sting was the face of WCW who finally made the jump to WWE some 14 years after Ted Turner's company went out of business. Sammartino is the longest reigning WWE champion of all-time, holding the title for 11 years over the course of two reigns in the 60s and 70s.
Hart was the speakerphone blaring sidekick to Hulk Hogan at the apex of his popularity and Madusa - aka Alundra Blayze - is the controversial former Women's champion that binned the WWE Women's title on her first night in WCW.
There are plenty of reasons to get excited about that lineup and indeed, grab a WWE Network subscription.