At first, I wasn't really looking forward to the most recent WWE Network podcast, but decided to give it a listen, and I've got to say, I'm glad I did, because to me, this is by far the best of the Network podcasts that WWE has done so far. Jericho is way better at this than Austin and more entertaining. And Cena was great in it loved hearing him speak on the different topics. He was funny but also honest and very entertaining overall. Austin's interviews sound far too serious whereas Jericho will ask the hard hitting questions and at the same time, make the interview sound like two best friends who haven't seen each other in years. Not saying I hate the Steve Austin Show or anything because it's entertaining as hell to listen to, but isn't the right podcast to feature actual wrestlers of the WWE Network, maybe Vince and Triple H, but not someone like Cena. Think about it. I personally think that Austin doing this Cena interview would have made for a much less watchable episode since he would ask all the questions that all the Internet marks wants to hear and that's all the talk would be about, we wouldn't have heard the Tajiri Burger King stories and if he even got started telling it, Austin would just start throwing question after question after question and, basically what I'm trying to say here is that it would have turned out to just be too angsty for my taste. Jericho didn't hold back with the questions either which was nice to see - five moves of doom, heel turn, steroids etc. Cena's reasoning for not turning heel makes sense too. Overall, I hope to see more of these Jericho podcasts, and hopefully they showcase Jim Ross' also. Would love to see Seth, Randy, Fandango, Rock if he even finds time to do a WM 32 match, hell, even Brock would be an awesome watch, but is more likely to do a podcast appearance on Jim Ross', Austin's or Goldberg's podcasts since they are part of the very few people Brock actually has any kind of respect for.