Booker T’s podcast The Hall of Fame moving to ESPN Radio

Booker T’s podcast The Hall of Fame will be moving to ESPN starting tomorrow and will air on ESPN Radio moving forward. Booker hosts the show with Brad Gilmore.

“Brad and I have worked so hard on this show, and we are excited to bring our brand of radio nationwide as part of the ESPN Radio family,” the two-time WWE Hall of Famer said. “The Hall of Fame is going national, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to share our insights, stories, and passion for wrestling and combat sports with an even larger audience.”

“Taking the Hall of Fame national with ESPN Radio is a dream come true for us,” added Brad Gilmore. “Booker and I have poured our hearts into this show, and it’s incredible to see our hard work pay off. Like they say, ‘when you wish upon a star,’ amazing things can happen. We’re excited to bring our unique brand of radio to listeners all across the country and continue sharing our love for wrestling and combat sports.”

On the air for the past eight years, The Hall of Fame show covers professional wrestling, mixed martial arts, and professional sports. Their first airing on ESPN Radio comes at 10PM ET with live coverage of UFC 303 tomorrow.

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