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Pro Wrestler Documentary

Price: $15.00
Item Number: DVD

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Follow Kenny Johnson, during his directorial debut, as he embeds himself in the world of independent professional wrestling. Along the way he tells the stories of 5 unique performers at very different points in their careers and lives.

First, is Greg Excellents journey from wrestling in his backyard to owning and promoting his own company Ground Breaking Wrestling. Second, shows the Real Adam Cole at home and bad guy he portrays in the ring. Third, is Ryan McBride working the main event in Maryland and coming to a crossroad in his professional wrestling life and his life outside the ring. And finally is JT Roberts and CORE juggling the responsibilities of marriage and children, while questioning how much longer they have left in the world of indy wrestling.

Yes, professional wrestling is fake and pre-determined. But its very real to the individuals that dedicate their time and sacrifice their bodies for the thrill of the spotlight.

Includes Interviews from:

  • Nick Gage
  • Jon Moxley
  • Osirian Portal
  • Sami Callihan
  • Rich Swann
  • The Blk Jeez Sabian
  • Tommy Dreamer
  • Lince Dorado
  • Devon Moore
  • Mark Briscoe
  • and many more

Also Includes Deleted Scenes, Extended Interviews, and Music Videos.

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Indy Wrestling
Forrest Mahaffey (Pleasant Hill, IA) 11/9/2012 7:53 PM
I like documentaries on independent wrestling. This one was well done, lots of interviews from names I've only seen in magazines, online or through other independent promotions. In a way it was a longer version of the Hard Knocks DVD, with the same theme question, "is it fake?". It was also a nice tribute to JT Roberts. A fun DVD that shows the smaller side of the business. Guys that are just as good, just as trained but for the most part like their place in the business or understand that they've hit the ceiling. It's a humbling look into pro wrestling. I thoroughly enjoyed this piece.
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