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We added a ton of new DVD's to the site for this Friday!!!  This is a loaded news update!!!

It is Friday and everything that we planned for this weekend is all set.  We are ready and the countdown is on!!!

Stevie Richards is all ready for tomorrow's big day at Signamania 3!!  He will be at our RFVIDEO table from 11 AM until 2PM.  You can stop by and get pictures and autoprahs with this ECW icon for only $15 each.

Check out dirtymerchandise.com for all of your adult needs. You must be over 18 to place a order on that site.

We have so much going on right now in our offices. We might have some jobs openings in the near future with everything that we have planned.  Keep checking our news everyday for information when it becomes available.

RF VIDEO already charged up our camera batteries for two huge shoot interviews this weekend.  We are going Behind Closed Doors with stan Hansen tonight and we are also going to be sitting down with a former WWE tag team champions!!!

RF VIDEO also released a ton of new DVD's to the site today including never seen before Ricky the Dragon Steamboat training sessions that had a very young Micky James and Matt Striker attending.  These two DVD's are a must for any fan of Steamboat or anyone wanting to be a pro wrestler.

We also have released today for the first time ever our Taz workout DVD's that we filmed with him back during ECW.  If your a pro wrestler or wanting to get into the business your going to want to own these 3 instructional DVD's!!!

We have teased it for a few weeks and now we are ready to make the announcement.RF Video is pleased to announce a special working relationship with German Stampede Wrestling to be the official distributor of GSW DVDs in America.  RF Video has obtained the entire GSW library to remaster to American NTSC format along with being region free to play anywhere in the world.  Before GSW dvds we only available and playable to fans in Germany and we are proud to help fans from around the world see the excellent events that German Stampede Wrestling has to offer!  We are happy to release the latest 3-dvd extravaganza from GSW titled "e;International Impact V"e; and will be releasing the rest of the library title by title from now forth.  With GSW's talent roster and video production values these dvds are a must for any wrestling fan! 

Here is a list of all of our new DVD's releases today!!!
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GSW International Impact V 4/19/08 (3 DISC): RF Video is pleased to announce a special working relationship with German Stampede Wrestling to be the official distributor of GSW DVDs in America. RF Video has obtained the entire GSW library to remaster to American NTSC format along with being region free to play anywhere in the world. Before GSW dvds we only available and playable to fans in Germany and we are proud to help fans from around the world see the excellent events that German Stampede Wrestling has to offer! We are happy to release the latest 3-dvd extravaganza from GSW titled "e;International Impact V"e; and will be releasing the rest of the library title by title from now forth. With GSW's talent roster and video production values these dvds are a must for any wrestling fan!

1. Top Contender Match for the GSW Ladies Title: Blue Nikita vs. Sara Del Rey
2. GSW Tag Team Championship: The Decent Society vs. The Absolute Alliance
3. Street Fight: Eric Schwarz vs. Murat Bosporus
4. Three Way Dance - Elimination Rules: Jerry Lynn vs. Are$ vs. Doug Williams
5. GSW Breakthrough Championship: Steve Douglas vs. "e;The Rocker"e; Marty Jannetty
6. Special Attraction: Christian Cage vs. Joe E. Legend
7. GSW World Heavyweight Championship: Michael Kovac vs. Christopher Daniels

On The Road with Tajiri & Super Crazy: Ever wonder what life is like on the road with wrestlers and a wrestling promotion? RF Video spent two years traveling up and down the ECW circuit with Yoshihiro Tajiri and Super Crazy. On our last weekend together for Dusty Rhodes TCW, RF Video decided to capture what its like to be on the road. Youll see Tajiri, Crazy as well as Rob Feinstein and Doug Gentry from RF Video as they eat, go to the hotels, visit the rest stops and go through the airport. You wont believe the funny antics and crazy jokes these four pull. Tom Green has nothing on Rob Feinstein. This is how wrestlers really travel. This tape captures a lot of unique footage of Tajiri and Crazy out of the ring and in real life. Also includes rare matches featuring Tajiri and Crazy from TCW, CZW and ECW. This is as up close and personal as you can get!!!

Ricky Steamboat Training Session Pt. 1: This is a unique opportunity to learn from one of the all-time greatest and most respected workers in wrestling history!!! If you are an aspiring wrestler or just want learn the ins and outs of how to be a top wrestler, this tape is a must. Never before has a training session that was meant just for upcoming wrestlers been released to the public. Steamboat first discusses how the business was when he began wrestling 25 years ago. He then goes into detail about some of his most famous matches and feuds against Randy Savage and Ric Flair. The tape really gets insightful when Steamboat gives tips on subtle things that make matches better such as selling, psychology, crowd interaction and much, much more. These are things you could never figure out or understand without being told by a true veteran. The independent wrestlers who paid to be a part of this seminar then have matches against each other and Steamboat critiques them. This is what veteran wrestlers used to do in ECW to teach the younger guys and it is the best way to learn. You€™ll get 4 hours of knowledge on this behind the scenes look at what makes a great wrestling match. Don€™t miss this opportunity to really learn how to put together a great match. Keep an eye out for the second training session and the Ricky Steamboat shoot interview in the near future.

Ricky Steamboat Training Session Pt. 2: This one picks up right where Part I left off with as the legendary Ricky €The Dragon€ Steamboat shares his wrestling knowledge for over 4 hours. These training sessions took part over two days. Part I covers the first day and this is day two. This is the first time a closed door training session that was meant for wrestlers only is available to the public. Steamboat goes into great detail as he explains how to work a hold and how to do it correctly. He spends two hours alone on this subject and you will be a master at this important technique after seeing this tape. You€™ll learn the true meaning of less is more. In a unique situation, Steamboat watches his famous Wrestlemania III match against Randy Savage and critiques it. Steamboat, who is one of the most respected wrestlers ever inside the business, explains how to tell a story in a match. You will know the importance of selling and how to work a crowd. Most importantly, you€™ll learn the right way to do it. Steamboat doesn€™t hide any tricks as this was meant for upcoming wrestlers only and not the public. Then the independent wrestlers who paid to be at this seminar have matches and Steamboat teaches them by explaining what they did right and wrong and why. You€™ll get chills when Ricky shows the true meaning of showing fire. This is a must if you want to know what really goes on inside the ring.

Taz Workout Series Tape 1: Takedowns: Takedowns The current ECW World Champion has an extensive backround in Judo & Submission/Vale Tudo Wrestling.Taz often incorporates his backround & moves in his matches.This tape will help you in your studies of not only Pro Wrestling,but also Submissions & Judo.This tape is loaded with incredible techniques.While watching this tape,you will feel as you are spending an hour in his Dojo.This may be your most grueling hour.This tape is a must for Taz fans,students of Pro Wrestling & Submissions.Learn how to control your opponent from standing positions & the techniques involved.

Taz Workout Series Tape 2: Submissions: The Human Suplex Machine Taz takes you along another grueling session of workouts.Taz very often incorporates his submission backround in his matches,most notable his finishing hold.This is a very informative video.Taz will show you submissions & reversals from the takedowns in Tape 1 & more.Taz will show you some of the more commonly used submissions in Pro Wrestling,but how to correctly apply them.This is a tremedous video for not only wrestling or Taz fans,but submission & UFC fans as well.Taz even instructs technique on his famous finsiher the katahajime.Viewers will learn a lot from this one.Some of the holds covered are arm locks,leg/ankle locks,chokes & some defenses.

Taz Workout Series Tape 3: Conditioning: This is the video in which you will pay your dues.This will be like a day at the dojo.Have a bucket handy,cause you will need it if you can survive half of this workout.Taz will teach you warmups,stretches & some tremendous conditioning programs for weight loss,stamina,& cardiovascular training.Plenty of students have trained with Taz,but very few last.Survivors of these workouts will not only learn valuable techniques,but will be some great health afterwards.Viewers will gain a whole new level of respect for Taz & his students after this video is over.Welcome to hell!!!!!!!!

WWE- The Life & Times of Mr. Perfect: Curt Hennig, better known as Mr. Perfect, competed for the American Wrestling Association, World Wrestling Entertainment and World Championship Wrestling. Born the son of the legendary Larry "e;The Axe"e; Hennig, it was perhaps inevitable that Curt would want to follow in his father's footsteps. But Mr. Perfect lived up to his moniker becoming one of the best in-ring technicians of his generation. A former AWA World Heavyweight Champion, he also was the longest-reigning Intercontinental Champion of the 1990s. Loved by fans and friends alike, Mr. Perfect entertained in and out of the ring, earning him the honor of induction into the WWE Hall of Fame. This two-disc set relives his life and career, from his early start as a second-generation star through AWA, WWE, and WCW. Some of his greatest matches and vignettes are included. Who was this man? Here's a hint... he was absolutely "e;perfect."e;

NWS Chris Candido Memorial J-Cup 4/26/08:
1. Devon Moore vs Sabotage vs Minyon
2. Drew Blood vs Unbreakable Andy vs Fantastic Maxx
3. Bulldog Collari vs Bison Bravado
4. Rhett Titus vs Mikey Pacifica vs Brett Thunder
5. Nicky Oceans vs Jorge Santi vs Golden Lynx
6. Drew Blood vs Devon Moore
7. Rhett Titus vs Nicky Oceans
8. Nate Mustang vs JD Smoothie
9. Scotty 2 Hotty vs Gavin Quest w/Romeo Roselli
10. Rhett Titus vs Drew Blood

Shoot Interview with Ric Flair (3 DVD SET): This is THE SHOOT INTERVIEW OF A LIFETIME with Ric Flair. Three discs with over 10 hours of in-depth interviews, stories, and so much more from the legendary "e;Nature Boy."e; Get this shoot interview you've always waited for!!!

EXPECTED DELIVERY IS NOVEMBER. Please note if you order an in-stock item and a pre-order item together when you check-out we ship all items together when the pre-order item is ready to ship. If you want the in-stock item shipped immediately, please place a separate order for the in-stock and pre-order goods.

We still have to release these amazing new DVD's
**Shoot interview with Torri Wilson
**Shoot interview with Dawn Marie
**On the road with the Sheik volume 3 with the Killers of Comedy

Shoot Interview with Jimmy Golden

Known as a wrestler's wrestler, Jimmy Golden graciously sat down with RF VIDEO for an exclusive one-on-one interview that looked back with a historical perspective of his lengthy career. Coming from family with deep roots in the pro wrestling business, Jimmy has worked in just about every single wrestling promotion you can name from coast to coast.  Florida. Alabama. Smokey Mountain Wrestling. Memphis. Georgia. Mid Atlantic. World Class. And of course the one he is most recognized from, his run in World Championship Wrestling as Bunkhouse Buck.
 
Jimmy talked about growing up in a wrestling family, including memories of working for his father's territory in Alabama and working with his cousin Rod Fuller, more famously known as Col. Rob Parker, all across the country. Golden described what it took for him to break into wrestling and all his early trips to Florida to work under Eddie Graham. Jimmy gave great stories on all the guys who came through the Alabama territory, including Arn Anderson and Hulk Hogan.
 
Being involved in all the major territories gave Jimmy a chance to work alongside all the colorful characters in the wrestling business. Golden talks about working in Australia for the one and only Jim Barnett, Memphis for Jerry Jarrett, Smokey Mountain for Jim Cornette, and of course World Class for Fritz Von Erich. Every big name you can think of is brought up, including: Dusty Rhodes, Joe LeDuc, Dirty Dick Slater, Austin Idol, the Stud Stable, Jeff Jarrett, Scott Steiner, Mick Foley, Jerry Lawler, the Rock N Roll Express, the Von Erichs, and so many more. Wait till you hear Jimmy�s opinion of a very green Undertaker that he first saw back in Memphis!
 
Jimmy talked extensively about his time in WCW and detailed exactly who came up with the Bunkhouse Buck gimmick as well as going over all his major angles and feuds of the era. Golden explains what he thinks of Eric Bischoff as a boss and how Hulk Hogan had changed from the time he first saw him in Alabama. Wrestling historians are going to get a kick out of this interview, and Golden actually does the entire shoot in his Bunkhouse Buck attire! A one of a kind DVD for a one of a kind wrestler, available only through RF VIDEO!

You come from a long line of wrestlers in your family, can you talk about that
Did you and your cousins talk about getting into wrestling as kids
How early were you exposed to the business
How close were you with grandfather growing up
Can you talk about what it was like to be a promoter during that time period
How big was Roy on kayfabe
Do you have any early road stories you can share
Your dad was also a promoter and booker, correct
How young were you when you started going to shows
What do you remember about going into the locker room as a kid
Were there any overly racist angles at the time considering the time period in history
When did you start training
Who helped your more? Your dad or grandfather
Were they overly hard on you
A lot of wrestlers stayed with your father, who were some of the guys you got closest with
Did your father�s house turn into a big party scene with all of the boys
Talk about the influence of Frank Martinez
Memories of your first match
Can you talk about Pancho Villa
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Why do you think some second and third generation wrestlers like yourself do well while others like David Flair and David Sammartino don�t
How close were you with Buddy Fuller
Early memories of Eddie Graham
Was there a time when your dad suggested you get out of the territory to learn more
Did any of the boys who had issues with your dad or grandfather ever try and take out their differences with you
Talk about the pressures of being a son of a promoter and wrestling out of the territory
When you got into the business how big was kayfabe
Memories wrestling Dory Funk for the NWA title
How important was that match to your career
How soon did you start working with Robert and Ron Fuller
Why do you think Ron never attained the success you and Rob did
What was it like being on the road with those guys
Did you guys ever rib each other during matches
Memories of Rick Gibson
A lot of people say he was more talented than his brother, do you agree
Memories of Dick Slater
Early memories of Terry Funk
Other than family, who were your favorite and least favorite promoters to work for
Memories of Jim Barnett
Memories of Bob Armstrong
Memories of your matches with the Armstrongs over the years
Memories of the Original Midnight Express
Memories of a young Hulk Hogan coming through Alabama
Memories of a young Arn Anderson coming through Al
Who did you see come through Al that you thought would make it and didn�t and vice versa
Memories of Dick Murdoch
Memories of Jos LeDuc
Early memories of Dusty Rhodes
Memories of Tom Pritchard
Memories of Ric Flair when hed come through Alabama
Memories of teaming with a young Austin Idol
Are you surprised he didn�t go further as Austin Idol
Memories teaming with Bob Roop
Memories of Phil Hickerson
Early memories of teaming with the Mongolian Stomper
Memories of the Richs
You went to Memphis in the late 80s as part of the Stud Stable and had a huge push. How did that come about
Was there any jealousy from some of the guys because you guys were pushed so heavily
Memories of feuding with Jeff Jarrett
Memories of a young Scott Steiner
How did the idea to use Sylvia come about
How much fun was that time period
Do a lot of fans still remember you for this time period
Memories of working with Lawler in and out of the ring
How did Gary Young come into the mix
Memories of a young Mick Foley
Any good road stories
Do you think you hit Memphis a year too late since the business was changing
When did you realize that terri tories were running into problems
Memories of a young Undertaker
Did you like going to Texas as part of the whole World Class feud
Memories working with the Von Erichs
Memories of Brian Lee
Who was your favorite guy to work with down there at the time
How did you guys wind up in SMW
Thoughts on Jim Cornette
Why do you think SMW didn�t work
Memories of matches with the Rock N Roll Express
How did you wind up in WCW as Bunkhouse Buck
Memories teaming with Dick Slater and Terry Funk
Memories of matches with Harlem Heat
Was it hard for Robert to stay out of the ring and just manage
Did you like the gimmick
Memories of matches with Dustin Rhodes
Thoughts on Eric Bischoff
Memories of matches with the Blue Bloods
Was working with Arn any different here
Memories of matches with Rick Steamboat
Memories of Steve Austin
Memories of wrestling Dusty and Dustin
Thoughts on Hulk Hogan
How did things change when Hogan came in
Memories of the War Games
Memories of matches with the Nasty Boys
Memories of Meng
Memories of matches with Jim Duggan
Memories of Vader
Did you see the Vader-Orndorff fight
Memories of Sherri Martel
Memories of Lex Luger
Why do you think you went from such a big push in 94 to barely anything towards the end
Was it frustrating not getting any kind of a push
Memories teaming with Mike Enos
Thoughts on Scott Hall and Kevin Nash
Why did you wind up leaving WCW
Did you think your career was over as a full time wrestler at the time
Did you ever try working for Vince at any point during your career
Are you surprised WCW went out of business
Did you ever try and move into a booking role in WCW
There was an attempt to bring back a territory down south a few years ago, why do you think it didn�t work out
Any good Robert Fuller stories
Do you still watch wrestling
What are your thoughts on all of the deaths of the past few years and which in particular hit you hardest
You wrestled with Benoit in WCW, what did you think when you heard about what happened
Thoughts on UFC and comparisons to pro wrestling
Do you want to write a book
Fav ribs and road stories
Do you enjoy doing the nostalgia shows
Thoughts on the lack of kayfabe today
Do you still have a passion for the business
What do you miss most and least about being a full time wrestler
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Shoot interview with Robert Fuller now on sale


Sit back, pop open a cold one, and be prepared to have the time of your life as Robert Fuller takes you through one great tale after another in RF VIDEO's newest exclusive shoot interview. One of wrestling's national treasures, Fuller has been around wrestling since birth and is a natural born storyteller. Fans new and old are going to have a wide grin throughout the course of this THREE HOUR shoot as Fuller ranks right up there with the greats in his ability to captivate an audience. We say in full confidence that this will go down as one of the best reviewed DVDs of the year!
 
Fuller goes over his entire career, starting with his humble beginnings traveling the road with his grandfather. Just wait until you hear his incredible cigar/chop fest story and hear what would happen to him if he dared fall asleep in the car. Robert gives first person details about how tough his family was and their hard-nosed training tactics. You'll get incredible stories of working down in Florida with Eddie Graham, up in Georgia for Ole Anderson, and over in Texas for the Funks and the Von Erichs. Fuller has a wonderful story for every big name you can think of. Dusty Rhodes. The Armstrongs. Hulk Hogan. Jerry Lawler. Dick Murdoch. Arn Anderson. Ric Flair. Austin Idol. The Freebirds. Ted Dibiase. Jeff Jarrett. Mick Foley. Jim Cornette. You name them, they're here.
 
Of course we peppered Fuller about his Stud Stable taking over the Memphis scene in the '80s, and he was more than happy to oblige. And you know we weren't going to let Fuller go without going in-depth about his stay in WCW and his much talked about Col. Robert Parker character. Fuller talks about being involved in corny skits and all the craziness that happened in WCW, including the infamous Vader/Orndorff fight. You'll get first hand accounts with a little gossip thrown in as well from one of wrestling�s best talkers. Don�t miss out!!

You come from a long line of wrestlers in your family, can you talk about that
Did you and your cousins talk about getting into wrestling as kids
How early were you exposed to the business
How close were you with grandfather growing up
Can you talk about what it was like to be a promoter during that time period
How big was your grandfather on kayfabe
Do you have any early road stories you can share
How young were you when you started going to shows
What do you remember about going into the locker room as a kid
Were there any overly racist angles at the time considering the time period in history
When did you start training
Was your grandfather or father helpful to you
Memories of your first match
Early memories teaming with Jimmy
How s oon did Ron get into the business
Did you two always try and stick together
Memories of the Alabama territory when you first broke in
Why do you think some second and third generation wrestlers like yourself do well while others like David Flair and David Sammartino don�t
How close were you with Buddy Fuller
Early memories of Eddie Graham
Who were your mentors
Did any of the boys who had issues with your dad or grandfather ever try and take out their differences with you
Talk about the pressures of being related to a promoter and wrestling out of the territory
Memories of Jack Brisco
Memories of Nick Gulas
Memories of the NWA Florida tag team tournament
Was Eddie Graham as good of a booker as they say
Early memories of Dusty Rhodes
Memories teaming up with Kevin Sullivan early in your career
Memories wrestling early on in the Georgia area
Memories teaming with Bob Armstrong
Early memories of matches with Jerry Lawler
Memories of Mr. Wrestling II
Memories of the Garvins
Memories teaming with Stan Frazier in Georgia
Thoughts on Ole Anderson as a booker
Memories working with the Andersons
How hot was Southeastern Championship Wrestling
Did you like working for Ron
Memories of your matches with the Sheepherders
Memories of your=2 0feud with Randy Rose
You were involved in the angle that formed the original Midnight Express, correct
Memories of matches with the Nightmares
Memories of Johnny Valiant
Memories of Ron Bass
Memories of your feud with Jimmy Golden
Memories of your feud with Mr. Olympia
Memories of Mr. Saito
How did you wind up in Memphis for the first time in the 70s
Did you like it
Memories of Jackie Fargo
A lot of people say he was more talented than his brother, do you agree
Early memories of Terry Funk
Other than family, who were your favorite and least favorite promoters to work for
Memories of Bob Armstrong
Memories of your matches with the Armstrongs over the years
Memories of a young Hulk Hogan coming through Alabama
Memories of a young Arn Anderson coming through Al
Who did you see come through Al that you thought would make it and didn�t and vice versa
Memories of Dick Murdoch
Memories of Jos LeDuc
Memories of Tom Pritchard
Memories of Ric Flair when hed come through Alabama< /div>
Memories of a young Austin Idol
Are you surprised he didn�t go further as Austin Idol
Early memories of teaming and working with the Mongolian Stomper
You teamed with a young Brutus Beefcake in the 80s. Memories of that
Memories of wrestling in Georgia against the Freebirds
Memories of being a part of the Freebirds-DiBiase angle
Why do you think the territory eventually folded
You went to Memphis i n the late 80s as part of the Stud Stable and had a huge push. How did that come about
Was there any jealousy from some of the guys because you guys were pushed so heavily
How did you develop your promo style
Were your promos in Memphis scripted in any way
What do you think of scripted promos today
Memories of feuding with Jeff Jarrett
Memories of  feuding with a young Scott Steiner
Did you get any heat for the racial slurs you used against Brickhouse Brown back then< /SPAN>
How did the idea to use Sylvia come about
Did she like it
Did it strain your marriage at all
How much fun was that time period
Do a lot of fans still remember you for this time period
Memories of working with Lawler in and out of the ring
How did Gary Young come into the mix
Memories of a young Mick Foley
Any good road stories
Do you think you hit Memphis a year too late since the business was changing
When did you realize that territories were running into problems
Memories of a young Undertaker
Did you like going to Texas as part of the whole World Class feud
Memories working with the Von Erichs
Memories wrestling Mil Mascaras in World Class
Memories wrestling Matt Borne
Memories of Brian Lee
Who was your favorite guy to work with down there at the time
How did you wind up working for Dusty in the PWF
Why didn�t you stay that long
You went back to Memphis as a babyface in the early 90s. How did it change
Memories teaming with Jeff
How did you guys wind up in SMW
Thoughts on Jim C ornette
Memories of matches with the Rock N Roll Express
Why do you think SMW didn�t work
How did you wind up in WCW
Thoughts on Eric Bischoff
Missy Hyatt says in your book that you are called the Tennessee Stud because you have the biggest penis in wrestling. Your thoughts?
Who came up with Robert Parker
Who�s idea was it to put you with Sid
Thoughts on Sid
Thoughts on Vader
Memories of traveling with Harley
Memories of the feud with Sting
How did you wind up with Steve Austin
Did you and Steve gel
Do you think Steve was still upset over the team with Pillman getting yanked
Did you have any clue he�d be as big as he�d become
Who�s idea was it to reform the Stud Stable
Memories of Meng
Memories of Terry Funk from this time
Memories of feuding with the Rhodes
Did you see the Vader-Orndorff fight
Memories of the feud with Sherri and Madusa
Was it tough to learn of her passing
Memories of Lex Luger
How did you wind up with the Canadians
How different was Jacques as compared to the kid you used to wrestle with in the early 80s
Memories of the feud with Harlem Heat
Memories of the Chicken Suit match with Pillman
How did you wind up in the WWF
Who�s idea was it to put you with Jeff
Did you work well with Jeff
Did you have any plans to wrestle or just manage
Was it tough not being able to wrestle
Was it a big accomplishment for you to finally work in that territory
How were you accepted by the locker room
What were your thoughts on Vince
Why did you leave
Did you ever try and move into a booking role in the WWE
You were a part of TNA briefly, what happened
There was an attempt to bring back a territory down south a few years ago, why do you think it didn�t work outDo you still watch wrestling
Do you want to write a book
Fav ribs and road stories
Do you enjoy doing the nostalgia shows
Thoughts on the lack of kayfabe today
Do you still have a passion for the business
What do you miss most and least about being a full time wrestler

We also will be putting out a ton of other ECW titles on DVD soon as we have not forgotten abuot the rest of our library, we just wanted you guys to get caught up.

Order now at RF VIDEO.com
 

The Ole Anderson shoot interview is what every shoot interview should be.  Ole holds nothing back and buries everyone.  Ole is by far one of the most bitter men we have ever sat down with and it shows thru this DVD. 

There is only one word that can describe Ole Anderson. Cantankerous. Actually, now that we think about it, several other words come to mind as well: bitter, cranky, malicious, stubborn, and outright mean.
 
Like the old man down the street who yells at squirrels on his lawn, Ole Anderson can be unapproachable. Downright scary even. But no one can accuse the crack staff of RF VIDEO of being cowards, and we summoned up all our courage and approached the notoriously media-hating Ole for an exclusive interview. A one-on-one shoot that would allow one of wrestling's most controversial speakers to hold court and hand down judgment on everything and everyone in his path.
 
Lo and behold, we proudly present the DVD you've been waiting for. Ole Anderson lives by one rule, it's his way or the highway and this interview is no exception. Wrestling historians will love Ole's tales of wrestling�s yesteryear, with stories that including legendary stars such as Verne Gagne, the Bruiser, the Crusher, Lou Thesz, Jim Crockett, Jim Barnett and the Duseks. You will hear all about hooking and booking, as Ole gives first hand accounts of shooting in the ring and what it was like to have to book a promotion full of stars. You want the big names? They come fast and furious as Ole gives his thoughts on men such as Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes, Thunderbolt Patterson, Roddy Piper, the Road Warriors, Stan Hansen, Jake Roberts and many more. In fact, the promos Ole shoots on his former Four Horsemen teammates are worth the price of admission alone!
 
We put Ole on the spot by reading him various quotes from over the years by other wrestling superstars about his booking style and watched Anderson go into overdrive. Black Saturday. Vince McMahon. Jim Herd. Kip Frey. The Black Scorpion angle. Brian Pillman. Mick Foley. Why he was really fired by WCW. What really happened in Smokey Mountain Wrestling with his son Bryant. Who is the superstar he considers a stooge above all others? You�ll get all that and so much more in the one shoot that has more yelling and cursing than a whole season of The Shield. Outspoken. Outrageous. Outstanding. The Ole Anderson shoot interview from RF VIDEO.

Howd you get started
Was the training more difficult than you thought
What was the kayfabe like for a young guy back then
Initial memories of Verne Gagne
How tough was he as a trainer
Memories of your first match
Were you a wrestling fan before you got into the business
Is it true that you were the first Rock
How quickly did you develop a passion for booking
Memories of Bruiser and Crusher
Memories of Lou Thesz
How did you wind up wrestling for the Duseks
Memories of the Duseks
How did you become an Anderson
Initial memories of Lars and Gene
How did your career change once the Andersons took off
Memories working for Jim Crockett SR
Memories of the Alabama territory
Memories of matches with the Briscos
Memories of Bruno Sammartino
How tough was the travel schedule
Memories of your first trips to the Georgia area
How did you wind up becoming an owner of the territory
Thoughts on Jim Barnett
How did the Briscos get involved
Grade yourself as a booker in Georgia
Does it surprise or bother you when you wrestlers today trash you from your days as a booker
Tito Santana recently wrote a book and more or less called you a racist in the book. Your thoughts?
You once booked Crockett and Georgia simultaneously. How difficult was that
Did you have any aspiration s of becoming NWA president
Thunderbolt Patterson accuses Dusty Rhodes of stealing his gimmick from him. Do you agree
Does it bother you when Vince gets the credit for having the first national heel announcer when you had Roddy Piper
What gave you the idea of putting Piper into that role
Memories of the famous angle between he and Muraco
Memories of when Hogan came into Georgia
Can you talk about your disagreements and friendship with Verne Gagne over the years
Memories of Eddie Graham
Memories of Danny Hodge
Memories of Bill Watts as a colleague and in the ring
Memories of Nick Bockwinkel
Memories of Paul Orndorff
Memories of the Tommy Rich-Buzz Sawyer angle
Memories of Jake Roberts
How did you discover the Road Warriors
A lot of guys say they hurt the business at=2 0the time by not selling, do you agree
Memories working with them
Memories teaming with Stan Hansen
Why do you think he walked on Verne
Do20you think things would have worked out different if Hogan never went to Vince
Memories of Johnny Valentine
Memories of first meeting Arn Anderson
How did the idea come about to make him an Anderson
What are your memories of Black Saturday when the WWE took over TBS
How did you find out that the Briscos sold their shares
How much do you think Jim Barnett was in on it
Did you have conversations with Vince
Was it hard to wo rk for Crockett after booking Georgia and not be a booker
Talk about the politics between Dusty Rhodes and Ric Flair
How did the whole idea of the Four Horsemen come about
Did you like it
Memories of matches with the Rock N Roll Express
Memories of matches against Magnum
You left the Horsemen for a little while, what happened
Who�s idea was it to turn you babyface
Do you think more could have been done with the turn
Memories of matches you had with Ric Flair
You have been critical of Ric Flair in your book and interviews. Do you think that Flair was that great or in the right place at the same time
Do you feel the same about Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage
Dusty wrote in his book that Vince SR wanted him first to be the top babyface when he went national. Do you think that the WWF would have been just as successful
If you could have put someone over as the world champ in say 1986 over Ric Flair, who would you have put in there and been just as successful
Memories of when Luger got involved in the Horsemen
You didn�t stick around for long after you turned, what happened
How did you wind up coming back 
You guys reformed the Horsemen and feuded with Sting. Was there ever a chance that Tully would have gotten involved?
Was it difficult when they stopped booking you to wrestle
Memories of Jim Herd
Thoughts on Flair leaving with the title
How did you wind up moving into booking
Thoughts on putting Sid into the Horsemen
Thoughts on Barry Windham
Do you think the Horsemen franchise has been tarnished
How did you
Was WCW hard to book at that time with the corporate influence
How hard was it to go up against Vince
What was the idea behind the Black Scorpion
Do you think it was a good idea in retrospect
Who was the Scorpion supposed to be
Was Sting overpaid by WCW
Is it true that you jobbed out the younger talent in hopes they would quit
Are you surprised guys like Mick Foley and Brian Pillman went on to be successful
Is it true that a lot of the younger guys were demoralized after you squashed Tom Zenk to Vader
Why do you think the house show numbers fell so bad
Why did you let the Undertaker walk
Were you surprised Cornette and Stan Lane quit
Ric Flair tells a story on his DVD that you told him when he came back he was worthless since he jobbed to Curt Hennig on TV. Is that true?
Why were you eventually let go
What would you have done differently
Do you think you were unfairly fired
When did Bryan tell you he wanted to get into the business
Were you surprised Bischoff let him go so soon
Jim Cornette has said that you and Bryan got fired because you did business with him on WCW�s property. Is that true?
Why did your son give up wrestling
In Eric Bischoff�s book he says that Blackjack Mulligan ratted you out to Bischoff for talking about him behind his back. Thoughts?
What promoted you to write a book
Were you contacted about doing business for the Horsemen DVD
Why didn�t you appear on the DVD
Were you contacted about appearing at Flair�s retirement
Why do you think there is so much bad blood between you and Ric
What are some of your favorite angles that you have booked
Thoughts on the business today
What is missing from the business today
Could you still be an effective booker
Are you surprised WCW went out of business
What is the problem with the business today
What is lacking in independent wrestlers and indy wrestling
Can TNA compete with the WWE
Memories of working out with fans
In your career who did you find was overrated and underrated
Favorite matches overall
Fav guys to work with
Least fav guys to work with
Who do you enjoy watching
Good ribs and road stories
What do you do today
Do you ever want to write another book
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Shoot Interview with Scott Hall part 2!!!!  NOW ON SALE!!!!

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Batton down the hatches. Lock the doors. Hide your loved ones. But most of all prepare yourself for one of RF VIDEO's most wickedly fun DVDs to date as we are bringing back "e;The Bad Guy"e; Scott Hall! "e;The Bad Guy's"e; last shoot interview turned some heads, had jaws dropping on the floor, and was completely unforgettable… and this time he's even more outrageous!

You wanted him, and now you got him, but be careful what you wish for as Scott hall is back and he lets loose on every subject we threw his way. Deftly going through his personal life and professional career, this exclusive shoot is a must see for every Scott Hall fan or for anyone who loves entertaining interviews. We threw out the format sheet and settled down for a long talk as Hall weaved us through his career and talked about his life like an open book. You'll get NWO stories, Kliq stories, the battles with personal demons, WWF, WCW, TNA, and more than you can imagine! You'll hear about Scott's high profile no-shows and how much money he has thrown away by not keeping his act together. There's a reason Hall doesn't talk to anyone but RF VIDEO as we have no problem asking him the tough questions and he enjoys telling it to us straight.

Bret Hart. Bill Goldberg. HBK. Triple H. Vince McMahon. Ric Flair. Verne Gagne. Steve Austin. The Rock. One name after another and Scott gives us his thoughts on each.  You'll hear about the personal highs and lows from one of wrestling's true straight shooters who has no problem holding up the intensive light to himself, letting the world see inside the damaged soul inside. This is one interview that will stay with you long after you watch it. There is only one Scott Hall; enigmatic, personable, troubled. This shoot will show you all the sides of one of the most complex people in the wrestling industry.


What is the story about Verne and a fish hook and how you wound up in the AWA
Why do you think James Beard buried you so much in the AWA
Is it true that you based the N.W.O on the Freebirds
Was it hard to adjust to the weather in the AWA
You said in your last interview that you had no time for Bill Irwin. When we interviewed Bill he was shocked and surprised. What are your thoughts on his reaction?
Did you have problems with Ric Flair when he was booking WCW
You have been outspoken about Flair in the past. What are your thoughts on him recently leaving Vince right after the retirement deal
Just to recap the last shoot, can you talk a little bit about how you approached Vince about the Razor Ramon gimmick
How much of a mentor was Curt Hennig to you during your career
What were you promised by Vince when you started as far as direction, titles, etc
Scott Levy is currently suing the WWE challenging the whole idea of their independent contractor contracts. What are your thoughts on that
Memories of your first big series with Bret Hart
Memories of your first Wrestle mania against Bob Backlund
Is it true that Vince wanted to turn you babyface before your feud with the Kid
Could you sense that there was a change of direction in the company in that now more athletic guys were getting pushed as compared to big monster heels, and muscle babyfaces
How did Vince change during his trial
Were you or any of the boys ever worried that he would go to jail
Did Vince change after the trial
Memories of working with Terry Gordy when he came in with the mask
Memories of your first match against Jeff Jarrett in MSG
Memories of Bill Watts coming into the WWF
In your mind, when was the Clique truly formed
Memories of your series with Kevin Nash
What do you say to critics who say that Shawn carried you in that match
What kind of a toll do those ladder matches take on your body
Do you think Bret felt threatened at that time watching you guys
Memories and thoughts on Lex Luger in WWF
At what point do you think the Clique gained power
Is it true that the Clique threatened to strike and Vince had to go on the road
What was it about Hunter that you guys liked
Has he changed with his success
The farewell to the Clique, do you think in retrospect it was fair to the rest of the boys
How did the agents react
Is it true that you got one of the first guaranteed contracts from Vince
Did Vince call you after that
Memories and thoughts when the Ultimate Warrior returned
Was Hogan originally part of the plan to be in the NWO
How did the other boys react to you two when you guys came into WCW
Did Roddy Piper try and fight you guys after a match at a Nitro
How upset were Arn and the rest of the Horseman after your Horsemen imitation
Do you regret it
Flair had a lot of harsh words about it on the Horsemen DVD. Are you surprised they are still upset=2 0over it
Why was it so hard to get Sean Waltman on TV in WCW
Were you guys more or less booking and using Eric Bischoff as a pawn during that time
Eric Bischoff publicly called you the biggest heat seeker he ever worked with. He said that you would show up specifically to stir shit up. Thoughts on that
Why do you think Bischoff has made so many negative comments about you the last few years
When do you think your alcohol started to get out of control in WCW
Did anyone say anything to you about it
Memories of your ladder match with Goldberg
What were the politics like in WCW
Is it true that you helped Barry Windham out when you got some pull in WCW
Were there any struggles between you, Kevin and Hogan for power and creative control
Thoughts on Hogan
Do you think Hogan used you guys, you guys used him or neither
What do you think should have been done differently in WCW to avoid the collapse when Vince eventually overtook WCW in the ratings, etc
Do you think Eric Bischoff was in over his head
Did it become frustrating when the NWO kept expanding
Were you surprised when Kevin Nash went on TV to campaign for your return
You came back for a brief time and had a feud with Goldberg, thoughts on him
A lot of people say people like yourself, and Kevin gave Goldberg bad advice in WCW, how do you respond
Were you surprised when Bret Hart came to WCW
Memories of your feud with Larry Zbysko
Did you and Kevin play any politics with him b ehind the scenes to try and hold him back
How did Bret change when he came into WCW
You once described yourself as the highest paid job guy in the business when you were in the N.W.O. How frustrating was that and how did you keep yourself over
Does it bother you when guys won�t do a job
Have you ever had anyone refuse to put you over
Memories of matches with Sting and Luger
Memories of matches with Booker T
What were your thoughts on when Russo came in and Eric was demo ted
Thoughts on Russo
Why were you released
How did you find out
How hard did you hit rock bottom
Your ex wife was writing a lot on the Internet, how did you feel about that
How did you wind up starting to wrestle in ECW
Did you like it
Thoughts on Paul Heyman as a booker
They teased your return on WCW when you were gone and Goldberg went on TV and tore up a contract with your name on it, were you planning a return or was that just WCW in business for themselves
You wound up in NJPW around the same time as Chris Candido who was also battling similar demons, was that a good or bad thing
What did you like and not like about Japan
Did you always have a plan to return to WCW in your head
How did you wind up back in the WWE
What happened at the various hotels before you actually even appeared on TV
After the three of you appeared on TV together for the first time, did you guys know that Hogan was not going to work as a heel
How did Vince treat you this time around
How did the WWE boys react to you guys
Thoughts on the Rock
Is it true that Austin didn't work with any of you guys
What happened on that UK trip and the plane ride from hell that wound up getting you released
Do you think you will ever return
Thoughts on your brief run in NWATNA
Thoughts on your last match there involving Randy Savage
Is it true that you helped out Jonny Storm before he got in the business
In the last interview you broke down talking about Chris Benoit. Why did that hit you so hard?
In a recent book, someone recalls an incident where you pissed on Benoit�s foot as you talked to him, ribbing him. The book says how Benoit was frustrated with you and Nash. What are your thoughts on that?
Were you surprised Kevin Sullivan booked that angle the way he did where Benoit wound up with Nancy
Hulk Hogan made some comments after the tragedy and called Nancy a devil worshipper and really didn�t seem to have much sympathy. Thoughts on that?
Thoughts on the current state of the business
Is it true that you and Sean Waltman were talking to the WWE last year about a return
Are you surprised at the success of HHH
Are you surprised at Shawn's return since retiring
How close was Shawn to ever coming to WCW and joining the NWO
Do you regret any of the things you have done or people you hurt in your past
Is it hard to be so talented and one of the biggest stars of the last decade and not be able to catch a break currently
Do you still have it in you to be a big draw
Have the times passed you by
Can the NWO still work today
What made the NWO work in your mind and why hasnt it been able to be duplicated
Do you have any advice for guys now who may be struggling with success and their demons
Who else have you helped out that may surprise some people
Have you ever talked to TNA or the WWE about booking
You recently disappeared, what happened
Can you function on the road full time as a pro wrestler with your illness
Do you still want to work full time as a wrestler
Would you want to write a book


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RF VIDEO 2008 Shoot of all shoots with Kurt Angle  NOW ON SALE

Your Olympic Hero Kurt Angle has stepped off the gold medal platform and into the RF VIDEO hot seat in a brand new exclusive shoot that will have all of fandom talking! One of wrestling�s fastest rising stars, Kurt Angle discusses his entire wrestling career; from his Olympic background all the way to his controversial leaving of WWE and current TNA stardom. You�ll get firsthand accounts of his insane training schedule to prepare himself for the Atlanta Olympiad along with the gripping tales of his battle for the gold despite an injury that would put a normal man into a hospital bed. You don�t have to be an avid fan of amateur wrestling to get into the stories Angle tells about his training under David Schultz, or be chilled to the bone after hearing tales of Schultz�s murderer, John du Pont, the financial backer of Schultz�s Olympic team.
 
Courted by the pro-wrestling world, Kurt describes why he initially avoided the industry and � for the first time anywhere � gives a detailed account of the infamous night in October, 2006 at the ECW Arena. We�ve all heard the stories of Angle witnessing the controversial crucifixion of Sandman at the hands of Raven, but now we�ll get Kurt�s first hand accounts of the events of that night. You�ll hear exactly what Kurt said to Paul Heyman that very night. Later, Angle would find himself taking part of the legendary WWE Funkin� Dojo camp, run by Dory Funk Jr. In an all star class that included Edge, Christian and the Hardy Brothers, Angle gives story after story about being trained in developmental. What was it like to train with Teddy Hart? Which superstar tried to take advantage of Kurt in his debut match?
 
Kurt walked us through his meeting with Vince McMahon and what directed WWE wanted the “Kurt Angle” character to go. WWE fans are going to love how Angle talked about his exciting first year in wrestling and working with the stars we all know and love. Tazz breaking his winning streak, working the famous three-way angle with Stephanie and Triple H, all the details of his jaw dropping match against Shane McMahon… it�s all covered! You name the star, and we got Kurt to talk about them. HBK, Hulk Hogan, Brock Lesnar, Team Lesnar, Steve Austin, the Rock, Undertaker, Ric Flair, John Cena, Chris Benoit, Randy Orton, RVD and more are covered. Anyone and everyone, and we mean everyone as we even asked about Sean Stasiak! No rock was going to be unturned in this once in a lifetime interview!
 
Drugs. No interview with Kurt Angle could be conducted without asking Kurt point blank about drug use and the professional wrestling industry. Let�s just say each person watching this shoot will be shocked out how candid Angle is on this scandalous subject. Did you know about the locker room fist fight between Kurt and Eddy Guerrero? Angle describes his final meeting with Vince McMahon and responds to Heyman�s comments of Kurt “crying for help.” No viewer will be able to tear themselves away from the screen during this emotional, gripping segment. Kurt even talked about his recent DUI arrest and gives his side of the events that transpired that day.
 
You think that�s all? Hardly, we still have Kurt�s momentous decision to join TNA along with a ton of fantastic TNA stories. Exclusive backstage stories from Orlando and Kurt�s opinion of all the top guys including Samoa Joe. This is one DVD that will have each and every wrestling fan entertained from star to finish. It�s true, it�s damn true.
 

Is it true that you started wrestling at 6 years old
What was it about wrestling that you liked
At what point did you realize that you were good
How much of it was natural talent and how much work
Can you talk about how tough it is to train or practice at a collegiate level
You also played football, why didn?t you go in that direction
Do you have any crazy recruiting stories           
How did you get into the Olympics? What is the process?
Can you talk about training for the Olympics
What is life like in the Olympic village
How did you find out about Dave Schultz and his murder
How did that change your career
How did you injure yourself in the Olympic trials
Were you told not to wrestle
What drove you to keep wrestling
You have said that after this injury you became addicted to pain killers.
Was this our first time taking anything this strong
Memories of your gold medal winning match
How did life change for you after the Olympics
Is it true you tried out for the Steelers
UFC was in its infancy, did you consider going into MMA at this time
Is it true that you turned down a deal with the WWF around this time
Were you a wrestling fan
As someone that grew up in Pittsburgh, what did Bruno Sammartino mean to you
How were you contacted about ECW
What were your intentions when you went to the show
Did you plan on wrestling for them
Was there an angle laid out for you
Initial impressions of ECW and Paul Heyman
What were you thinking when you saw the crucifixion
How quick did you leave?
Did anyone try and stop you
Is it true that you threatened to sue Paul if he showed the angle on television
Were you contacted by anyone in ECW after that incident
What brought you back to talks with the WWF
Were you ever approached by WCW
Did you receive any flack from the amateur wrestling community for signing with the WWF
Memories of the Funkin Dojo
What do you remember about Teddy Hart from the dojo
You wound up working in Memphis for awhile, did you like it or did you ever think to yourself, “What am I doing here?”
Who was your biggest mentor or influence down there
Who helped you develop your promos
Was it hard on your family to be away
Memories of your first official match in the WWF against Brian Christopher
How were you accepted b y the locker room
Memories of your first WWF house show tour
What were your initial impressions of Vince McMahon
Did anyone like Vince or Jim Ross spend more time with you helping you develop than others
Who gave you your gimmick when you came up with the three “I”s
Did you like working as a heel
Memories of your first big match, which was against Shawn Stasiak at Survivor Series
Were you worried when the crowd chanted boring that the office would hold it against you
Memories of your series with Steve Blackman
How hard w as it to learn how to work without hurting someone since you were used to wrestling in a shoot since you were 6
Did anyone take you under their wing or mentor you
How approachable was Steve Austin
Were you angry that Taz broke your streak on his first night in
Memories of your skits with Bob Backlund
Were you apprehensive early on of all of the comedy in your promos and skits
How did the whole love triangle angle with Steph and Triple H come about
Memories of your matches with Triple H
Memories of working with Steph in the angles and behind the scenes
When you went into the angle, were you given an idea of how it would play out
Was Vince more involved in that angle than others
Was this your first taste of politics in the WWE
How much of being successful in the WWE is knowing how to play the political game
Why did the angle never finish with you guys
Did this leave tension between you and Triple H that still exists
Does he force a glass ceiling because of his relationship with the owner and his wife
Memories of your street fight with Shane McMahon
Was there resentment from some of the veterans when you got pushed on top initially
How hard was it to hide your addictions during this time period
Memories of your series with Steve Austin
Why do you think you two were so successful
Memories of working with Vince in angles
Memories of your series with Edge
Who?s idea was it to  shave your head
You wrestled Hulk Hogan, memories of working with Hulk
Was he hard to work with
Who?s idea was Team Angle
Thoughts on Shelton and Charlie
Memories of your match at WrestleMania against Brock Lesnar
How much pain were you in
In hindsight, do you think Vince should not have let you wrestle
What were the risks
How much pain medication did you need to wrestle that match
You underwent a new kind of neck surgery.
Did the WWE pressure you to go the route of Austin and others
Do you think in retrospect that surgery was a good idea
What drives you to get back in the ring so quick
Memories of your submissions Match with Benoit
What happened between you and Eddie Guerrero
Did you and Brock ever try and take each other down for fun
Why do you think Brock lost his first MMA match
Do you think your babyface run in the WWE ended too soon
Memories of your cage match with Benoit
Do you regret any of the high risks you took in matches
Memories wrestling Ric Flair for the first time
Was there ever any payoff angle prepared for the Hometown Heroes segment
What happened at SmackDown between you and Daniel Puder
Do you think WWE was wrong to put you into that situation
What would have happened if you caught you and broke your arm
Was there ever any talk of making this into an angle
Puder claims he has wanted to fight you in an MMA match and you are ducking him. Is that true?
Memories of your series with Shawn Michaels
Memories of your series with John Cena
Were you surprised or shocked when Eddie passed away
How surprised were you when you were dr afted to ECW
Were you upset at the move
Did you feel lied to
Thoughts on how Vince and Paul handled the situation
Did you see it as a demotion
Thoughts on working the smaller ECW house show circuit
Is it true you have wanted to do a buddy film with Big Show
Is it true that you tried to hide an injury that you suffered against RVD
The Pro Wrestling Torch reported that many wrestlers were concerned for you and called it a death watch. Was your problem with pain killers that severe
Why were you suspended for 30 days from the WWE
Paul Heyman said in the Calgary Sun “"e;I think Kurt has been crying out for help for a while now and, finally, I think people heard it."e;
What led to your leaving the WWE
Is it true that you wanted time off that Vince refused to give you to rehab your injuries
Originally you put out a statement saying complimentary things about the WWE and then you went negative. What changed?
Is it true that Vince wanted you to retire or semi retire
Do you think Vince wanted you to go
Do you think Vince is cold
What was said during that meeting that would surprise the fans
What were your immediate plans
Did you plan on continuing to wrestle
You had talked at the time about going into MMA, did you talk to UFC
How soon did you and TNA talk
Was TNA concerned about your health
How well did you get along with Dixie
Did you have any apprehensions about TNA
Did you se e TNA as a step backwards
What were your initial thoughts on TNA
Do you think you should have put Samoa Joe over in your first match
Memories on your series with Joe
You said you wanted to go to TNA to help elevate the younger talent, who do you think you have elevated since you went there
Do you think Kevin Nash is good or bad for TNA
Was there any tension between you and Jeff Jarrett when you first came in
How involved are you with helping the younger guys and/or booking
You have said you thought TNA ratings would over take the WWE, do you really believe that
Do you really believe that TNA can compete with the WWE
Why do you think that TNA can?t chop into WWE?s audience on pay per views
You have said you think you can take Chuck Liddell in an MMA match, do you still think that
Are you aware that he laughed at you when he heard that on a radio show
Do you still have plans to spar with Randy Couture
Can you understand why some people groan at this point whenever they hear you talk about MMA
Who?s idea was it to get Karen involved with TNA
Did you have any reservations about it after seeing what the business has done to some people
Thoughts about the Chris Benoit tragedy
You worked with him a lot, what did you think of him personally and professiona lly
Do you think the government will get involved at some point with wrestling
Would you recommend pro wrestling to your son when he gets older
What happened with your dui incident
Are you disappointed Big Show or Brock never came to TNA
Do you think Hogan would come to TNA
If you could take one guy to put in TNA to make a big impact, who would it be
What happened in Korea a few weeks ago
How severe was the injury
What was different this time that y ou didn?t wrestle with the injury
Thoughts on your last match with Samoa Joe in the cage
Do you think that style could work today
Why do you think so many wrestlers from past generations love you
You once blamed the WWE workload for almost ruining your marriage, do you still feel that way
You recently said that TNA has more talented wrestlers than the WWE. Do you really believe that?
Do you need to play politics in TNA
You have said that WWE only has a slight ratings lead on TNA, how can you say that when WWE generally gets over a 3 on Monday nights?
Do you think you would ev er go back to the WWE
Ho w committed are you to TNA
You said you were held back in the WWE. Can you expand on that?
Do you want to stay involved with wrestling after your career ends
What is the biggest misconception about Kurt Angle
How healthy are you today
Who were your favorite and least favorite guys to work with
Is there anyone you wished to work with that you havent
What do you think is lacking on the indys today


 

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