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It's late Monday night and we have a ton of stuff to get into tonight.  I am watching Raw as I type this....Ted Dibase's ear looks nasty!!

First I want to send out my condolences to the family of Patrick Swayze who passed away today. One of my favorite movies with him was "e;Road House"e; with Terry FUnk in it. RIP

My latest radio show is now up at this link.  I talk all about the Jeff Hardy situation and my view on what has gone down with his arrest.
http://whosslammingwho.podomatic.com/entry/eg/2009-09-14T17_50_04-07_00

RF VIDEO will be releasing a never seen shoot interview with PlayBoy Buddy Rose in the near future!!  This was not filmed by us.

RF VIDEO will announce who we are bringing to the huge Legends of the Ring convention on October 24th tomrorrow!!  One of our guests is a former World Heavyweight Champion and was in the WWE Hall of Fame!!!

Wait until you see who we just signed up for new shoot interviews today!!

October is going to be a huge month for shoots!!

Have you seen our latest documentary "e;MouthPiece"e; yet?  Jimmy Hart and Jimmy Cornette loved it.  You must check out this DVD if your a fan of the lost art of pro wrestling managers.  Anyone who was anyone is on this DVD.
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Look for a ton of new DVD's to be released on our site all week long!!!

Today we released the Brian Blair shoot interview.  IF you love WWE/WWF locker room talk your going to love his interview.  Brian went on for almost three hours with some of the best behind the scene stories that I have never heard before.  His interview is a must for all WWE/WWF fans.

Brian Blair has become one of the most talked about names in wrestling over the last two years. From his arrest this year to the countless attacks from the Iron Sheik, Brian Blair has been under attack. It is now time for Brian to fight back and give his sides of the stories. RF Video is proud to give Brian a platform and present to you the Brian Blair Shoot Interview.

Brian has been repeatedly attacked by the Iron Sheik over the last several years. Finally, Brian has his say and speaks out against the Sheik. Brian tells some absolutely shocking stories about the Iron Sheik from their WWF days. One story in particular about what happened in a hotel room will sicken you. Brian holds nothing back when it comes to talking about the Iron Sheik.

Brian also goes in depth about this rivalry he has with the Sheik. Brian does not like the Sheik one bit and never has. Brian will tell you why he absolutely hates the Iron Sheik. Brian also talks about where the bitter feelings come from between the two. Did these feelings ever come out in the ring between these two? There is nothing funny about what Brian has to say about the Iron Sheik and their feud is absolutely no Howard Stern joke.

Brian also opens up about being arrested for hitting his son a few months ago. What is his side of the story? Was he given a fair deal by the press? Did politics play a part in the arrest and the news coverage of his incide nt? Before you judge Brian Blair, you owe it to yourself to hear his side of the story.

Brian also has some great stories about some road and backstage incidents from his many years in the wrestling business. Brian has an amazing story about what happened when a fight broke out between Tony Atlas and Paul Orndorff in the car. What did he do as the driver? What happened when one wrestler almost shot another with a gun? Brian gives his take on a story Dan Spivey told us about a Spivey fight with Adrian Adonis in the locker room. If you want fight stories, Brian has them in this Shoot Interview.

Brian also talks about life on the road as a WWF superstar in the Hogan-era. What was Hogan like in the locker room? What is the real story on the partying and drug lifestyle on the road during that time period? How did Brian get caught up in having heat with the office? What promises made to Brian were broke by Vince McMahon? Brian also some great stories about the teams the Killer Bees wrestled and more.

This is truly what a shoot interview is all about. Brian came with his guns loaded and ready to shoot. Whether you are a Brian Blair fan or not you are sure to find this interview entertaining. It is with great excitement that RF Video proudly presents its newest Shoot Interview with B. Brian Blair.


Were you a wrestling fan growing up
Who did you enjoy watching
What was your collegiate background
How did you get into the business
What was the training like
What was the biggest misconception of the business that you had
What was the hardest thing in training
How hard was Hiro Matsuda in training
Did he try and break your ankle
How much was kayfabed to you when you were training
Did anyone else try and stretch you at the school
Memories of Hulk Hogan during this time
Did you see him break his ankle
Early memories of matches against Hulk
Did you tell he had something special
Memories of wrestling Ivan Koloff
Memories of matches with Pat Patterson
How soon did you smarten up
Memories of your first match
Did anyone mentor you early on
Thoughts on Eddie Graham
Thoughts on Dusty Rhodes
Memories of Jack Brisco
How did you wind up going to Central States
Memories of Bob Geigel
Memories of Harley Race
Memories of Jesse Ventura
Who taught you how to do promos
Memories of wrestling in the Superdome early in your career
Memories of Bill Watts
Memories wrestling for Leroy McGuirk
How did you meet his daughter
How did he react to you dating his daughter
Favorite opponents from his territory
Did any veterans mentor you in any of these territories
Memories of matches with Ron Starr
Were you afraid you�d be classified as a junior heavyweight throughout your career
How did you wind up working for Fritz
Did you like him
Memories of his sons
Memories of matches with Killer Brooks
Memories of matches with Stan Stasiak
Who did you travel with
Memories teaming with Al Madril
Is it true that you were booked in New Japan through Vince McMahon
Memories of first meeting Vince
Was a tour of Japan something you were interested in
Memories of your tour
Any good road stories
Any Andre the Giant memories
Thoughts on Antonio Inoki
Did you have conversations about coming into New York at this time
How did you wind up going back to Florida
Were you treated differently now that you were seasoned
How did Eddie Graham treat you differently
Memories of Dusty around this time
Memories of Kevin Sullivan
Memories of Barry Windham
Memories of matches with Jimmy Garvin
Did Dusty ever try and recruit you to come to Crockett
Memories of matches with Bruiser Brody
Memories of matches with Stan Hansen
How did you wind up in the WWF
Initial impressions of Vince Jr.
What did you expect as far as the national expansion
Memories of early house show matches against JJ Dillon
Memories of matches with Paul Orndorff
Had Hogan changed at all
Memories of WrestleMania 2 with the football players
How much kayfabe was going on with the NFL guys
Memories of teaming and wrestling Bob Backlund
Memories of matches with Greg Valentine
Memories of matches with Eddie Gilbert
Was it disappointing to lose your New York debut to Iron Mike Sharpe
Could you sense that you weren�t going to get a big push
Memories of matches with Roddy Piper
Bob Backlund said it was very hard to work with George Steele. Do you agree?
Memories of matches with Bob Orton
Were
Memories of Bruno Sammartino
Was it frustrating to not get a bigger push
Who did you ride with
Why did this run end so soon
How did you wind up in Georgia
Memories of Ole Anderson
You went back to Florida. How had things changed
Memories of matches with Rick Rude
Memories of matches with Jesse Barr
Memories of Billy Jack Haynes
Could you sense the territories changing now
How did you wind up back in the WWE
Had Vince changed at all
Were you promised a bigger push
Initial thoughts on teaming with Jim and the Killer Bees gimmick
Did you like Jim
Are you surprised you never got a run with the titles
Memories of WrestleMania III
Is it true that Paul Orndorff was groomed as a replacement for Andre if Andre wasn�t healthy enough for the match
Why do you think the Iron Sheik has had this issue with you about WM III
What were your thoughts when you first heard Sheik�s comments
Did you guys ever have problems at this time
Memories of the Sheik from back then
How come you guys dropped the masked confusion gimmick
Who�s idea was the masked idea
Memories of when Superstar Graham returned
Memories of matches with Beefcake and Valentine
Memories of filling in for Dynamite and wrestling with Davey
Memories of matches with the Hart Foundation
Memories of matches with Demolition
Memories of matches with Muraco and Bob Orton
Memories of Ken Patera�s return
Thoughts on Bobby Heenan
Memories of matches with the Funks
Memories of the British Bulldogs
Any good WWE road stories
Did you see the Jacques-Dynamite fight
Was it frustrating not getting a big push
Why do you think you never got the big push
Favorite matches during this time
Did you feel lied to about the WWE tag team titles
Why did you lreave
How did Vince react
Did you attempt to go to WCW at all
You were a Florida guy. Why do you think Dusty never took you around with him like other ex-Florida guys
Memories working for the UWF
Memories of Herb Abrams and any stories
Memories teaming with Steve Keirn on the indys
What happened with Brutus Beefcake�s boating accident
Did you ever receive legal threats for using the masked gimmick in the UWF
Memories of Japan tours
What led to your retirement
How come you never went with Hulk to WCW
What do you think the biggest misconception of Hulk is
Thoughts on the Nasty Boys
How did you get into politics
Did your wrestling background help or hurt you
How are politics alike or the same as wrestling
Fav guys to work with and why
Least fav guys to work with and why
What happened at the Iron Sheik Roast
You recently had a very public family incident. How surprised were you by the coverage.
Do you think you were unfairly portrayed
Do you think you should be in the WWE Hall of Fame
What makes someone a good worker in your opinion
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
Thoughts on UFC and comparisons to pro wrestling
Do you want to write a book
Fav ribs and road stories
Thoughts on the lack of kayfabe today
Any good Hogan stories
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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George's Cards & Collectibles teams up with RF Video to bring you the Boogeyman.
He will be appearing from 11-2 and will be in Full gimmick for the photo ops!
Autographs will be $15.00, photo ops will be $20, and a combo Auto/Photo op for $30.00.

Yes he will be in full gimmick!!

Get an opportunitiy to meet the strange, worm eating wrestling superstar live and in person at the Signamania convention at the Bucks County Tech School (610 Wistar Road, Fairless Hills PA 19030).

Marty will be around the RF Video table on September 26th from 11AM to 2PM.  Pricing will be as follows:

Combo- One Autograph and One Photo Op $30
Additional item with a Combo $15
Single Autograph $15
Single Photo Op $20

You can now pre-order your chance to meet Marty now using the PayPal button below. Please note this is just to meet Marty and not an entrance into the convention itself. We look forward to seeing everyone on September 26th!


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If you have anything you want signed by Marty please mail it into us before Sept 23rd!!

So everyone wanted a new interview with Jim Cornette, well you got one!! This time its a Doouble DVD too!!

Guest Booker with Jim Cornette is now on sale!!!

Guest Booker... with JIM CORNETTE

RE-BOOKING THE INVASION

What could have been remembered as pro wrestling's most complelling storyline, has come to be known as the sport's biggest blown opportunity. The WCW Invasion angle fell short of expectations and the wrestling world watched WWE swallow WCW without fanfare.

Jim Cornette has a thing to twenty to say about that! One of wrestling's most outspoken and creative minds attacks this edition of Guest Booker with unmatched vigor in the 2 disc set.

Watch Jim turn the tepid Invation into a flaming hot angle as he books in remarkable detail with extensive explanation for each move.

Approx runtime : 170 minutes 

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Do you have anything that you want to get signed by Howard Finkel?  You have a few weeks to mail us your items and we will get it signed for you and mail it right back to you!!

Get an opportunitiy to meet the legendary WWE ring announcer live and in person at the Signamania convention at the Bucks County Tech School (610 Wistar Road, Fairless Hills PA 19030).

Howard Finkel will be at the RF Video table on September 26th from 11AM to 2PM.  Pricing will be as follows:

Combo- One Autograph and One Photo Op $25
Additional item with a Combo $15
Single Autograph $15
Single Photo Op $15

You can now pre-order your chance to meet Howard Finkel now using the PayPal button below. Please note this is just to meet "e;The Fink"e; and not an entrance into the convention itself. We look forward to seeing everyone on September 26th!

 

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Barry Windham 2009 shoot interview now on sale

RF Video had the honor of revisiting one of our personal favorite Shoot Interviews. For the second time in RF Video history, we have sat down with one of the greatest wrestlers of the last generation. From WrestleMania to Horseman to Widowmaker, RF Video is honored to sit down for a second time with Barry Windham.

Since our last interview, Barry joined the WWE as a producer/road agent. Barry brings us backstage into the inner workings of today's WWE. Barry compares the psychology and intangibles of today's wrestlers to his peers. Barry openly comments on several of the WWE's current superstars. How has Barry's relationship with Vince McMahon changed over the years? All of this and more is answered by the former NWA world champion.

Barry talks about being groomed and the plan in the 80s to make him NWA champion. Barry also talks about the frustrations of several veterans, including one recognizable name who didn't want to help put him over. Barry also talks about a Hall of Fame wrestler who had no interest in helping Barry get over in the ring in Florida. This is great and truly candid insight into unchartered territory from B.W.

Barry talks a lot about the Four Horsemen. Barry talks about being angry with two wrestlers in particular who didn't want to put the Horsemen over and what he did about it. Barry also talks about all of the complex relationships within the Horsemen. Barry talks about the grudges between Horsemen. Barry also talks about the partying and answers the question as to whether the years of partying took years off of his career.

Barry's rivalry with Ric Flair is argued by some as the greatest of all-time. Barry talks about the psychology of wrestling 60 and 90 minute matches with Ric. Barry also talks about his anger with Ric when Ric wouldn't put him over and left the WWE with the NWA/WCW title. Barry also talks about the last years of Ric Flair in the WWE from a management perspective and how the office felt about Ric. Barry also talks quite honestly about the prospect of Flair wrestling again and being a part of his legendary retirement ceremony on RAW.

Barry dodges no questions and we throw him some fast balls. Barry talks about steroid use in wrestling and his own steroid usage. Barry talks about when he did steroids and how they impacted him in the ring. Barry also talks about his various WWE runs as a wrestler. How would Barry's career have changed if he never left the WWE in the 80s? Barry looks back and answers that question.

Barry is known as being one of the best in the ring. Barry drops a surprising name of a wrestler he never gelled with in the ring. This is definitely not a name you would expect, or ever hear in this regard. Barry explains why they didn?t work well together and what he did to help fix this.

Barry reflects deeper into his career than ever before. How did Dusty Rhodes help him throughout his career? What was his favorite time in his career? What would he have done differently? Did he like wrestling the gimmick matches in Florida? Who was his favorite tag team partner? Barry answers these in detail and his answers may surprise you.

From the road stories, the ribs, the booking , being Ric Flair's chauffer, and the classic battles, Barry Windham covers them all in almost three hours. Barry will do what he did best and take you on an exciting ride from bell to bell. RF Video is proud to present an all-new Shoot Interview with one of the greatest wrestlers of all-time, Barry Windham.

We last spoke in 2002, what have you been up to since then
How did you wind up in the WWE as a producer
Can you describe your job duties
How had Vince McMahon changed
Was he approachable
Thoughts on John Laurenitus
How did the younger wrestlers receive you
What was the biggest difference you found between these wrestlers and the wrestlers from your era
What do you think of scripted promos
Was there anyone you took under your wing
How did you wind up back in the ring against Volkoff and Sheik
Thoughts on the match
Were you hesitant about doing it
Thoughts on Steamboat?s comeback
Were there ever any attempts to get you in the ring with Ric Flair for a match
Thoughts on Flair?s retirement ceremony
Thoughts on Flair wanting to come back
How did you know when it was over
How hard is it to adjust to life after wrestling
Physically, what kind of a toll did your style take on you
Do you think psychology is a lost art today
Do you agree with some old school fans that say the guys today aren?t good workers
Thoughts on John Cena
Thoughts on how the Horsemen DVD came out
Thoughts on Ole and Sid not participating
Thoughts on Ole?s comments over the last several years
Thoughts on Lex Luger today
Has he really changed
What do you think makes someone a good worker
You called yourself overrated in the last shoot. Do you still believe that?
Do you think a territory could work today
Where do you see the business in the next few years
How is your father doing
Thoughts on his Hall of Fame ceremony
Do you expect to go in at some point
Thoughts on MMA and wrestling comparisons
How important was it to know how to shoot when you broke into the business
Who do you enjoy watching today
How important was Dusty Rhodes to your career
As a road agent, did you find the office open to your feedback
Was it hard being back on the road and not wrestling
What was the biggest misconceptio n you had about the job before starting it
Why do you think wrestling can only draw 1-3 times a year in the same place as opposed to monthly in your day
Do you think a WCW reunion could work similar to ECW
Are you surprised Sting is still wrestling
Memories wrestling in the War Games for MLW
Do you think TNA can compete with the WWE at some point
Who didn?t you get to work with that you wished you did
Why were you released from your WWE gig
Is there hard feelings there
What do you do today to make a living
Can you still make a decent living with signings and appearances
Are you surprised as to how highly your regarded by your fans even today
Do you plan on writing a book
Thoughts on the lack of kayfabe today
What do you remember about Brody shooting on Luger in the cage
What was your worst blade job
Which death surprised you most over the last few years
Why do you think guys tend to get hurt more today
Can 60 minute draws still work
How were you and Ric able to capture an audience for 90mns
Why do you thi nk Dusty?s TCW didn?t work
Anyone in particular you are looking forward to seeing at the NWA reunion in August
Why do you think tag team wrestling is struggling today
Have you ever talked to TNA about doing any work there
Do you think Eric Bischoff would still be in business today if he bought WCW
JBL once told a story about you guys finding the Iron Sheik doing squats in his underwear, can you elaborate
Any crazy Sheik stories from your run in the 80s
What was your favorite Horseman faction
Thoughts on Paul Roma?s comments on the Horseman DVD
How important was it to your career to change your gim mick from Blackjack Mulligan JR
Why do you think some second generation wrestlers get it where others don?t
Memories of Andre the Giant
Is it true that Adrian Adonis didn?t want to put you and Mike over
Thoughts on Shane and Stephanie McMahon
Thoughts on Triple H
Thoughts on Randy Orton
Memories of the Halloween Havoc angle where you dressed as Sting
Do you think the WWE is too sensitive about its Wellness Policy as compared to your day where guys drank and took pills more often
Do you think you and Hogan could have drawn money if the Widowmaker worked out
Do you think you still have something to offer the business
What was your favorite WWE run
Do you think you ever got a fair chance by Vince
Are you surprised that there have been 25 WrestleManias and how huge it has gotten
Memories of the first WrestleMania
Do you believe Vince would have been bankrupt if it failed
How different is the WWE run today as opposed to 1985
Put 5 matches in a time capsule
Any regrets
Favorite tag team partner
Was there a guy you hated workin g with because you just felt that you didn?t gel well
Is there a guy or two still wrestling today that surprises you
Did you ever refuse to do a job
Ric Flair has said that he refused to drop the belt to you in WCW because of his contract situation. How different would your career have been if he did?
Were you upset about that at the time?
Would you have done the same thing?
Billy Jack Haynes did a shoot and said he thought Eddie killed himself because Dusty stole his guys. Do you agree
Your dad told a story on an interview about Ric Flair having you chauffer him around when you were 15. Memories of this…
Any other good Ric Flair stories
Do you think you would have made a good NWA champion in the 80s
Memories of the Von Erichs
Is it true that you had a fallout with Mike
You came back in WCW at one point a lot heavier, what happened
Favorite time in the business
Favorite road story
Favorite ribs 

Hulk Hogan has filed suit against the attorneys who are represented him in the Graziano family lawsuit claiming they misled him and charged him
$1.5 million so far in legal fees when they should have told him Progressive insurance would have provided him a free attorney.  The story is at
http://www.tampabay.com/news/courts/civil/suit-says-hulk-hogan-was-overcharged-1-million-for-attorneys-fees/1036073

--Vivendi Entertainment is taking over distribution of the financially plagued Genius DVD catalog, which includes the WWE distribution deal.  The deal for WWE is for U.S. distribution rights.

The Bryan Danielson farewell at Dragon Gate is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtQ_FnaO54w

Batista is going over to Smackdown, thats no suprise as they need babyface talent bad on that show.

The next PPV will be all Hell in Cell matches!! Look for DX vs Legacy.

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