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Rick Martel Shoot Interview

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Behold! The very first shoot interview to reek of arrogance!

Rick Martel, former member of the Can-Am Connection and Strike Force stopped by the lavish RF VIDEO studios to record an incendiary new shoot interview, the first "The Model" has ever done! Trust us, this shoot is hot and you won't believe the subjects Martel shared his thoughts on. A former AWA World Heavyweight champion, multiple time WWF Tag Team champion and WCW television champion pedigree shows that "the Model" has been around the block and been a major player at each stop along the way.


Let Rick take you all over the wrestling map in the '70s, '80s and '90s. From beating Jumbo Tsuruta for the AWA title and beating Mr. Fuji for the Commonwealth championship in New Zealand, to losing a loser leaves town match to Playboy Buddy
Rose. Rick Martel has been everywhere, and just when you thought he was finished, made a sensational comeback out of nowhere for WCW in 1998. Martel brings a fresh perspective when asked about his heyday in the World Wrestling Federation. You'll hear all the stories about Rick's feuds with Tatanka, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Hart Foundation and Nick Bockwinkle along with Martel talking about the infamous "Arrogance" perfume and the "Yes, I am a model" pin. All the classics are covered, including WrestleRock! On a more serious note, Martel laid all the cards on the table when talking about Bruiser Brody, Dino Bravo, Hulk Hogan, Shawn Michaels and everything else from the insane wrestling scene of the '80s.


Let's face it, Rick is the only wrestler on Earth who could come out to the song "Girls in cars" without making you want to barf and you are going to love listening to a true French Canadian talking about the state of wrestling from the '70s to today. Road stories, WrestleMania 3, the infamous blindfold match at WrestleMania 7, WWE hall of fame, and a look back at Martel's entire career. Yes, this is truly the definitive Rick Martel interview and you can find it in the new release section.

  • Were you a fan growing up
  • Who did you like watching
  • How did you wind up in the business
  • Talk about your brother if you can for a minute
  • What do you remember about spending time on the road with your brother before you got in the business
  • Memories of your first match
  • How did you wind up in New Zealand
  • Who did you learn from over there
  • Memories of Curtis Iaukea
  • Memories of your first meetings with Mr. Fuji
  • Were you ever the victim of Fujis ribs
  • Would you compare your career to that of Chris Benoit in that you were taught different styles
  • Which is your favorite
  • How did you wind up in Portland
  • Memories of Don OWens
  • Memories of Roddy Piper
  • How crazy was Roddy back then
  • Memories of your series with Buddy Rose
  • How did you wind up in the WWWF
  • Memories of your initial meeting with Vince Sr.
  • How did you wind up with Tony Garea
  • Memories/thoughts on Garea
  • Memories of your series with the Samoans
  • Memories of your series with the Moondogs
  • What was the drug and party scene like back then
  • Memories of Bob Backlund
  • Memories of Hulk Hogan back then
  • Memories of Andre The Giant
  • What do you remember about Vince Jr from back then
  • Any good road stories
  • Why did you leave the WWWF
  • Did you leave on good terms
  • What do you remember about working with Dino Bravo in Montreal
  • What were the biggest problems with owning a company
  • What do you think happened to Dino years later
  • Memories of your series with Billy Robinson
  • Memories of wrestling in Hawaii
  • Did you ever meet Rock when he was younger
  • How did you wind up in the AWA
  • Memories/thoughts on Verne
  • Any good Verne stories
  • Memories of your series with Nick Bockwinkel
  • How did your title vs title match with Ric Flair come about and memories of the match
  • Thoughts on Bruiser Brody
  • Do you think he was bad for business
  • How did Verne change when the AWA went national on ESPN
  • Memories of the Freebirds
  • Were things very political when the AWA and NWA started combining for shows in the northeast
  • Memories of matches with Jumbo Tsuruta
  • Memories of Wrestlerock
  • Memories of Shawn Michaels from this time period
  • Memories of your series with Stan Hansen
  • What do you think of the way Stan left the AWA
  • Why did you wind up leaving
  • How did you meet Tom Zenk
  • What were your initial impressions
  • How influential was he to your physique change
  • What did you tell him of the expectations going to the WWF
  • Why didn't it work out in the WWF with you two
  • Did you think that he would be held against you by Vince
  • Have you two reconciled
  • How did you two wind up back in the WWF
  • How did Vince change
  • How crazy was the WWF drug and party scene as compared to years past
  • Were you ever a victim of politics in the WWF
  • Memories of wrestling at Wrestlemania 3
  • How did Hogan change
  • Memories of your series with the Hart Foundation
  • Are you surprised at Brets success
  • In 1988 you and Tito kind of disappeared for awhile. Why was that?
  • Memories of matches with Tully and Arn
  • Did Dusty ever try and recruit you for the NWA in the late 80s
  • Whos idea was it to turn you heel
  • Who came up with the Model gimmick
  • Did Vince think you could be a heel
  • Did you like doing the gimmick
  • Were there ever any plans to do a program with you and Hogan
  • Memories of the blind fold match
  • Thoughts on Jake
  • Memories of series with Tatanka
  • Memories of your matches with Shawn Michaels
  • In 94 you had a 6 man match that was scheduled for Wrestlemania but wound up on Raw instead. What happened?
  • Why did you leave?
  • How did you meet Don Callis
  • Talk about the Super Models
  • What did you do for work between your runs in WWF and WCW
  • Did you meet with both companies about the gimmick
  • Why do you think the gimmick never got signed
  • Were there ever any plans or attempts to get you into ECW
  • How did you wind up in WCW
  • Thoughts on Eric Bischoff and Vince Russo
  • Is there any truth to the rumor that you were supposed to win a belt on your first night in WCW but you forgot your trunks
  • Memories of your series with Perry Saturn
  • What were the politics like in WCW
  • Memories and thoughts on Booker T
  • You left pretty quickly, what happened
  • Can you still wrestle
  • Do you think that the WWE today places too much of an emphasis on size and look rather than ability
  • Why do you think the business is in a decline?
  • What are you doing today?
  • Have you ever refused to do a job and why
  • Regrets
  • Favorite and least favorite opponents
  • In your opinion most overrated and underrated workers
  • Can you still be a main draw in 2005
  • Future plans
  • Advice for young guys
  • Can the business turn itself around
  • Thoughts on newsletters and the internet
  • Best ribs you ever saw
  • Road stories from all areas
  • Are you surprised by guys like Terry Funk and Flair who have been around this long
  • Any talks with NWATNA
  • Thoughts on the lack of kayfabe today in wrestling
  • Who are some of the guys you worked with that you thought had great potential that never realized it
  • Are you surprised that Bret Hart came back to a DVD with the WWE
  • Is there anyone you didn't get a chance to work with that you wished you would have
  • Can a good television writer write good wrestling
  • Can a newsletter or an internet reporter objectively critique a match
  • Did you ever feel pressured to take steroids
  • What was your favorite time in your career
  • What is your favorite moment in your career
  • What do you think is wrong with the business today
  • Is your nephew still in the business
  • Where were your favorite places to wrestle early in your career such as countries or territories
  • Would you like to be in the WWE Hall of Fame
  • Any good Tony Condello road stories
  • Any thoughts on writing a book
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