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RF VIDEO is very happy to announce that we have four brand new  DVD releases today!!!!

We have added in the new release section 4 brand new RF VIDEO shoot interviews that have been digitally remastered.  Now for the first time ever you can order (R+R Xpress, JJ Dillion, Bobby Heenan and The original 1st ever RF VIDEO shoot interview with the Honky Tonk Man)!!!!!

All four of these shoot interviews are amazing.  The JJ Dillon, R+R Xpress and Honky Tonk shoots are all double DVDs!!!

Next week is going to be huge for RF VIDEO.  We have a ton of things going on.  Not only will we be doing new shoots but our new concept will be making its debut.

We also will have more on our special shoot interview we did last week, with a very special lady!!!!  Can you say hot!!!!

We will have a huge announcement tomorrow morning so make sure you check out the site before you travel to any wrestling show.

PWU tomorrow in Philly will be huge.  RF VIDEO will be there taping all the action.  We will also have a video tape table with all the latest releases. check out prowrestlingunplugged.com for all the latest information on  Saturday nights show.

Here are all the details on the latest RF VIDEO shoot interviews that have been digitally remastered onto DVD!!!!!!!!!! 

Bobby "e;The Brain"e; Heenan visited the RF Video offices to give perhaps the most well-rounded shoot interview in RF Video history. Not only is this one of the funniest shoots you'll ever see, but it is extremely honest and informative. We all know Heenan's accomplishments from his early days in the AWA to being the top manager during the 80s in WWF to being a WCW announcer. Heenan gives all the dirt and his honest opinions of everything right here. This is "e;The Brain"e; in rare form in what is sure to go down as one of the best shoot interviews in RF Video history. Here are just a few of the things Heenan talked about:

-How he got started in the business.
-Why and how he became a manager.
-All the details on how he pioneered the managerial role.
-Early Midwest territory including Indianapolis.
-How he developed his interview skills.
-Talks about legends like Bruiser, Crusher, Harley Race, Verne Gagne, The Original Sheik and others.
-What was it like to work for Gagne?
-The success of the AWA.
-Heenan takes you to other promotions like Texas, Florida, & Memphis.
-What was Hulk Hogan like in the AWA?
-Why did he leave NWA and how did Hogan help him get his job in WWF?
-What was Vince McMahon like?
-All the details of his WWF stint including managing John Studd, King Kong Bundy, Hercules and Paul Orndorff.
-Why he didn't like to manage The Missing Link.
-Heenan takes you inside the Hogan vs. Andre Wrestlemania 3 match including how they got Andre to agree to lose.
-All the details on hosting Prime Time with Gorilla Monsoon.
-His close relationship with Hogan.
-The heat with Terry Taylor and the failure of the Red Rooster gimmick.
-The story of Atsushi Onita breaking his neck.
-Being phased down as a manager.
-Being brought back as Ric Flair's manager.
-Why did he leave WWF?
-Going to WCW with Hogan.
-Why didn't he manage in WCW?
-How did WCW hold him back?
-Why did they hold him back?
-Heenan explains why he didn't care in WCW and why his performance wasn't that good.
-The failure of WCW.
-His return to WWF at Wrestlemania 17.
-His future.
-Lots of one-liner jokes.
-Heenan talks about a lot more and you'll see classic footage

This is one of the most controversial shoot interviews in RF Video history. Wayne Ferris, best known as The Honky Tonk Man, came to the RF Video offices and unleashed his honest opinions about everything hes been through in the wrestling business. Here is what the outspoken and brutally honest greatest intercontinental champion of all time talked about:

-On and off relationship with Jerry Lawler, who he is related to.
-Early days of Memphis when he was in the Blonde Bombers.
-Stories on Bill Dundee and Jimmy Valiant.
-Touring in Puerto Rico and the riots there.
-Going to WWF.
-How the Honky Tonk Man gimmick was born.
-The surprising decision to give him the IC title and how the locker room reacted.
-Feuds with Randy Savage and Ricky Steamboat.
-He holds nothing back when he talks about Vince McMahon.
-His open and honest views of the wrestling industry back then.
-Why he left the business.
-All the problems he had with the WWF front office.
-Going to WCW and the problems he had there.
-He talks freely about the wrestling industry and what he thinks of the talent out there.
-Thoughts on todays WWF and WCW.
-Opinion on ECW and wrestlers working without getting paid.
-How wrestlers get taken advantage of and still stay in the business.
-Many more outspoken opinions and honest stories!!!
**please note, the quality for some of the matches on this video is not good however the interview is perfect..

Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson need no introduction to longtime fans. They were at the top of the sport everywhere they went in the 80s from Memphis to Bill Watts Mid-South to the NWA. Both members of the RocknRoll Express came to the RF Video offices to tell all about their long and legendary careers. This is a very up front shoot. You wont believe what Ricky Morton has to say about Kevin Nash.

-How they both got started.
-Both of their families involvement in the business.
-Their singles careers in Alabama and Tennessee in the late 70s and early 80s.
-Robert talks about teaming with his brother Ricky.
-Being a singles in Memphis.
-How they were brought together as the RocknRoll Express in Memphis.
-Who created their outfits?
-Opinions of Jerry Lawler, Dutch Mantel and Bill Dundee.
-What did they think of similar tag teams at the time like The Fabulous Ones and The Fantastics?
-The jump from Memphis to Bill Watts Mid-South.
-What was Watts like to work with?
-Beginning of the feud with The Midnight Express and Jim Cornette.
-You wont believe how afraid Ricky Morton was of the scaffold matches.
-They discuss how much smaller they were and why all the big guys wanted to work with them.
-Why were they nervous the first time they wrestled the Road Warriors?
-They talk about their popularity and how going in public was impossible.
-The jump to the NWA.
-Continuing the feud with the Midnights in the NWA.
-Winning the tag titles from The Russians.
-Their rise and success in the NWA.
-The scoop on Ric Flair and the rest of the Horsemen.
-Why did they leave NWA?
-Working in AWA one time against The British Bulldogs.
-Working Memphis against each other.
-Going to WCW.
-Ricky vents about Kevin Nash.
-They reveal what the drug scene is like.
-Lots of great road stories.
-You wont believe some of the practical jokes they used to pull.
-Their future and more.
-Plus classic matches.

JJ Dillon has done it all in the ring and behind the scenes from working early territories to the Four Horsemen to becoming VP of Talent Relations for WWF to working in the WCW office during that company's demise. Dillon sat down with RF Video for his first interview in 15 years. The result was a five hour shoot interview that covered it all from what its like to work with Vince McMahon to road stories to early angles to the glory days of NWA to what caused the demise of WCW. This shoot has something for everyone and is like an education on the wrestling business! Here is what Dillon talked about:

-His start in the business.
-How he broke in without really being trained.
-His first matches.
-What some of the old timers were like to him.
-How did Bruno Sammartino treat him?
-His early days working in Canada and the development of his character.
-Working for the Original Sheik and what he was like.
-Early road stories.
-Going to work for Jim Crockett Sr.
-What were the Crockett's like.
-How he ended up in Amarillo working for The Funks.
-Working the old Florida territory.
-How the territory system worked.
-Classic angles early in his career.
-Going from being a wrestler to manager.
-What is Abdullah The Butcher like?
-Going to Japan.
-Seeing some unusual things in Japan.
-Going to work in Georgia.
-What Jim Barnett and Ole Anderson were like.
-How the Four Horsemen were formed.
-The angle where the Horsemen jumped Dusty in the parking lot.
-Why that angle was groudbreaking.
-The first War Games.
-How he got injured in that War Games.
-How the Horsemen put together those legendary promos.
-The old WTBS studio tapings.
-Working with Buddy Landel.
-Thoughts on Ric Flair
-When Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson jumped to WWF.
-Why NWA went out of business.
-Going to WWF in an office job right after NWA.
-How he got his job in WWF.
-What is was like to work in Vince McMahon's inner circle.
-Dillon holds nothing back in talking about McMahon and working so closely with him.
-How hard did Vince demand his employees to work.
-What was Pat Patterson like.
-Why WWF hired Jerry Jarrett and working with Jarrett.
-Rising to VP of Talent Relations.
-His opinion on how good of a job Jim Ross does now with that job.
-Giving inside info to Dave Meltzer.
-Working in the WWF office when the steroid trial happened.
-Being in charge of giving drug tests.
-Working on the creative team in WWF.
-What wrestlers were easy and hard to work with.
-Why did he quit WWF on no notice?
-How wrestling affected his family life.
-How Eric Bischoff hired him for WCW when there was a hiring freeze.
-What his role was in WCW.
-Dillon has a lot to say and talks very freely about working with Bischoff, Vince Russo and the rest of the WCW office and what went wrong.
-Why everything went wrong.
-Dillion takes you inside the WCW office.
-Why the WCW creative department had no clue.
-How he was in the middle of the situation that saw Chris Benoit, Eddy Guerrero, Perry Saturn and Dean Malenko leave WCW for WWF.
-Why they put the WCW title on Benoit.
-Why Benoit was the only one they really wanted to keep.
-Kevin Sullivan's role in all this and why they had no choice but to let them walk.
-Dillon takes you through the complete demise of WCW.
-Going back to being talent in WCW.
-The angle where Kevin Nash and the NWO stripped and spray painted him.
-Did he like to be talent.
-What is he doing now?
-Can NWA TNA make it?
-Will he ever work for NWA TNA? 

 

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