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If there was more wrestling down in Florida I would move here in a heartbeat.  In all of the places that I have been to over and over again, I never get tired of Florida.  There is always so much to do and I have a blast down here. 

Yesterday we got to swim with dolphins which was loads of fun.  We also got to scuba with sharks and sting rays which were the size of car hoods.  These things were just huge.  We were able to hand feed them when we swam with them which was wild.  It was a day I will not forget for a long time. 

This is the one we've all been waiting for. You know who they are. Scott Hall. Kevin Nash. THE OUTSIDERS. The team that jump started the Monday Night Wars and the heart and soul of the NWO. Two of the biggest stars in wrestling history and they chose to conduct their first ever shoot interview with RF VIDEO that covered all of their days in the Kliq along with the rise and fall of WCW from a first-person perspective. This is the must-have DVD of the year as all your burning questions finally get answered.
There will be the only DVD that will deliver all the Kliq road stories along with other exclusive backstage stories from their tenure in the WWF. This is the first ever shoot style interview Hall and Nash have done together and, as you can imagine, they play off each other with great charisma. You will be the fly on the wall watching two great friends goof on each other while discussing the business they are so passionate about. The locker room ribs. The heat between Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart. Vince McMahon. Sean Waltman. All the big stories are covered.
Over the years we have heard differing stories on how the deal with WCW went down, but now is the first time both Hall and Nash were together to answer this question on what really happened behind closed doors and in the booking office. We also get the inside scoops on what Hall and Nash really thought about the following: Eric Bischoff, Hulk Hogan, Bill Goldberg, the MTV Spring Break incident, who should and shouldn't have been in the NWO, Larry Zybsko, Vince Russo, and so much more. All the controversies. All the backstage politics. All the wild stories. All in one DVD!!
Don't be left out as Scott Hall and Kevin Nash deliver the shoot interview everyone will be talking about. Two of wrestling's greatest talkers give their thoughts on Jim Cornette's rants, Fake Diesel and Razor Ramon, their return to WWE, and even working through Scott Hall's personal-life battles. This is THE shoot DVD for any wrestling fan of the '90s and remembers when the word "e;attitude"e; wasn't just a buzz word. From meeting up in the early 1990's WCW as Vinnie Vegas and the Diamond Studd, to holding a lot of gold in the WWE during the New Generation in a very intriguing time of that company's history, to the historic jump that helped changed wrestling forever, this is the one DVD you won't want to miss!

What do you guys remember about meeting each other
How quickly did you become good friends
How frustrated were each of you with WCW in your early days
Can you talk about the pressures of being a top guy in the business
Scott, you called out Ric Flair on the last shoot interview for being untrustworthy for taking the WCW title with him to the WWE. Kevin, did you feel the same way
Do each of you think it is time for Flair to step aside
Did either of you ever pull any ribs on each other during matches against one another and if so what
To each of you, what made your matches against Shawn Michaels so good
Do you think Vince was responsible for a lot of the heat between Shawn and Bret
Any good Clique road trip stories
Thoughts on how Lex Luger turned out today as compared to when you worked with him
What do you guys remember about when the Ultimate Warrior came back
Each of you had different versions of how you made the deal to get into WCW. Can you each explain again how that all went down.
Were you guys apprehensive about going back to WCW and being misused like in the past
What were each of your initial impressions of Eric Bischoff
Who's idea was it to get Eric so involved in the angle and your thoughts on it
Did either of you guys sense jealousy from the WCW boys when you went over and the two of you started getting over
Did any of the boys ever say anything to you guys about something you may have said about them during a match you guys did commentary on
Did you guys ever have a sense that you couldn't totally trust Hogan
Did the two of you guys get along well with him or did you guys butt heads with him over any booking moves
Did you guys feel a lot of pressure being on top at the time in the NWO
Do you guys remember ever refusing to do an angle or match that you thought was just ridiculous in WCW
Eric Bischoff recently said about Scott that he was a constant problem and one of the biggest heat seekers he ever worked with. He has criticized Kevin in his book. Are you guys surprised after you took WCW to number one at how negative he has been publicly about the two of you
Do you think Eric was in the right place at the right time or he was really that smart
When Vince would have Hunter and DX come over to cut the promos at the arenas, did you ever consider going outside and trying to work your own angles out of it
Are you two surprised that Goldberg speaks negatively now about the two of you saying you tried to sabotage him
Scott you have said Goldberg was a mark for himself, Kevin do you agree
Are you surprised that so many people still criticize the one finger pin in the match Kevin had with Hogan
Was there anyone that was put into the NWO that you guys just thought shouldn't be a part of it
Do you think WCW would have been successful at all if the two of you never came there
Do you guys think Vince Russo gets too much blame or too little for the end of WCW
Do you think he is a good booker
Do you guys think Scott was made a scapegoat for his bad habits when a lot of others had their own issues
What happened at the MTV Spring Break segment
A lot of wrestlers say they never knew who was in charge in WCW, is that accurate
Do you think you guys used Hogan or he used you or neither
Do you think Eric Bischoff at times was in over his head
Did it become frustrating when the NWO kept expanding
Kevin, when you went on TV and campaigned for Scott's return was there an end game in it or was it just something you did on your own
Were you guys surprised Zbysko got over so huge when he feuded with you guys
When Russo came in and Eric was demoted, how did it affect you guys
Kevin, when Scott wasn't in WCW an angle was shot where Goldberg tore up a fictitious contract against Scott. Scott said he didn't even know about it. Was there a plan to bring him back.
Kevin, was it hard for you to not be able to get Scott back in
Do you think a feud between the two of you in WCW would have been big business
At anytime in WCW when you guys were employed, did your contracts ever come up and allow you to negotiate with Vince
How would you guys have booked the WCW invasion angle different than Vince
Did Vince try and bring you guys right after he bought WCW
How huge do you think a true DX vs original NWO feud would be
Do you think that it would ever happen
When is enough, enough to where each of you just don't want to wrestle anymore
When you came back to the WWE as the NWO, did you guys find anyone wanting to kill the angle off early for whatever reasons
If you guys were booking the WWE today, what would you do different
Do you regret any of the things you have done or people you hurt in your past
If the NWO was brought back, would you guys even want any kind of road scheduled at this time in your lives
What made the NWO work in your mind and why hasnt it been able to be duplicated
Scott, inn an interview Kevin said that he and yourself were just big dicks in regards to the NWO vs. Wolfpac feud, thoughts
Are you guys surprised that Goldberg didn't get over in the WWE and he hated it there
How differently do you think Vince would have booked the NWO angle in WCW
Were a lot of the promos you guys did when you would rip other guys shoots
In WCW, who did you guys enjoy most working with and least and why
Bischoff has questioned whether he gave Kevin too much power, thoughts
Who from WCW do you think Vince missed the boat on and could have used better or if at all
What did you guys think when you saw the fake Diesel and Razor
Do you think wrestling needs to go back to characters like Diesels and Razors
Konnan has said politics killed WCW, do you agree
What did you guys think of Jim Cornette's rants against the you guys and Sean Waltman when you were in WCW? Do you think they were too personal
Rate each other as workers
What are the biggest misconceptions about you two guys
Did Scott ever effect you guys with any of his personal problems and how did your friendship withhold any of that

We are going to be working with Scott Hall and Kevin Nash alot more in the future.  Wait until you see what we have planned next with these guys. 

RF VIDEO is going to be taking bookings for Scott Hall and Kevin Nash, if your a promoter looking to book them contact us at .  They can either wrestle or do autograph signings.

We have been waiting to do this interview for months and we had our chance finally this past Thursday.  It was a interview I never thought was going to happen because quite frankly its huge.  I can't praise Kevin Nash for everything he has done for us.  The guy is a pleasure to deal with and  a total class act.  Scott Hall has also cleaned up his act and was very easy to deal with.  He is back on track and looking to return to the ring with Kevin for serious promoters.
When we got down here on Thursday we had to meet them at our hotel as we booked a special meeting room to conduct this interview.  Kevin called me to say he was picking up Scott and he would meet us at our hotel.  Before we got here we stopped at a totally random pizza place and ran into the living legend Larry Zybysko.  He reminds me so much of the comedian Bill Murray.  Whenever I see him I think of the movie Ground Hog Day.  I told him I was meeting with Scott and Kevin.  Larry was just in town for some real estate business.  It was good to eat with him as I was a huge mark for him when he was the AWA champ.  His promos were always the best and entertaining. 
We had our set all ready to go when Kevin showed up alone.  I was really nervous because he said that Scott thought the interview was next week.  He said it was hard to get him on the phone but insured us he was on his way.  Around 5 minutes later Scott pulls up and was ready for business.
Both guys were very excited about getting to do their first shoot interview together as a tag team.  I was sitting there more excited than ever because we had two of the biggest wrestling stars ever to sit down with us for an interview that will be remembered for a long time.
I do not need to hype this DVD up at all.  Hall and Nash together equals magic.  We will have a lot more details on this interview in the near future including the release date!!

RF VIDEO is invading tonights UXW wrestling show in Orlando with our biggest merchandise table yet!!

RF VIDEO also will have another announcement about a new store location where you can pick up all of our latest DVDs, figures, posters, autographed merchandise and so much more.  I will announce that very soon.

When Worlds Collide is still going to happen as well in a few weeks....

Finally we are now able to announce what we have been teasing for months....WE ARE ABOUT TO BRING BACK OLD SCHOOL WRESTLING from the 80's.  I am marking out for this because this was a huge deal for RF VIDEO.  We have been working on this one for a long time.  Not to say but this was my all time favorite wrestling promotion.

    RF Video through an agreement with Universal Wrestling is able to offer you, what you have all been waiting for!  From the 3rd largest wrestling promotion in the United States...back from the 80's and available on DVD and VHS!  Duplicated from the original STUDIO MASTERS!  Re-live the action from the world famous "e;Cowboy"e; Bill Watts Promotions:
Mid-South Wrestling
Power Pro Wrestling
Universal Wrestling Federation
with much more to come!  This is your chance to Own a piece of WRESTLING HISTORY!

This is going to be huge.  We are also going to release house shows as well from Mid South.  This is going to be amazing.  We will have more information on this deal in the next few weeks!!!!

RF VIDEO will is now going to be selling NWA Midwest shows from IL.  We have them listed below as they are some of the top indy shows going today!

They are now all on sale..............

NWA Midwest- No Gimmicks Needed 5/5/07:
1. Jay Ryan vs. Michael Strider
2. Skullkrusher vs. Marek Brave
3. Jason Dukes vs. Jaysin Strife vs. Jay Lethal
4. Phoenix Twins vs. Team Underground
5. Chris Sabin vs. Jerry Lynn
6. Amazing Kong vs. MsChif
7. Tiger Mask vs. Low Ki
8. Jay Ryan vs. Marek Brave
9. Loser Leaves Town - Blacklisted vs. The Extreme Dream Team
10. Bonus Match 12/11/04 Chris Candido vs. Jimmy Jacobs
11. Bonus Match 1/8/05 Chris Candido vs. Delirious
NWA Midwest 3/24/07 Streamwood, IL:
1. Dustin Lillard vs. Scott Murray
2. Esteban Molina vs. Ricky Thomas
3. MsChif vs. Josie
4. Phoenix Twins vs. Team Underground
5. Karl Anderson vs. Michael Strider
6. Jay Ryan vs. Mississippi Mad Man
7. Jason Dukes vs. Jay Lethal
8. James Storm vs. Chris Harris
9. Blacklisted vs. Extreme Dream Team
NWA Midwest 9/16/06 Streamwood, IL:
1. Team Underground vs. Danny Dominion & Adrian Lynch
2. Sirelda vs. MsChif
3. Pepper Parks vs. Steve Boz
4. Chris Sabin vs. Alex Shelley
5. Gauntlet Match featuring: Mississippi Mad Man, Petey Williams, Jason Dukes, Josh Abercrombie, Billy Roc, Acid Jazz, Brandon Thomaselli, Jaysin Strife, Trik Davis, Zach McGuire, Marek Brave & Tyler Black
6. Estaban Molina & Ricky Thomas vs. Blacklisted
7. Skullkrusher vs. Joe Doering
8. Karl Anderson vs. Ryan Boz
9. America's Most Wanted vs. The Extreme Dream Team
NWA Midwest 7/8/06 Streamwood, IL:
1. Pepper Parks vs. Adrian Lynch
2. Estaban Molina & Ricky Thomas vs. Blacklisted
3. Mississippi Mad Man vs. KC Jackson & Bryce Benjamin
4. Jason Dukes vs. Jason Strife
5. Chris Sabin vs. Alex Shelley
6. Karl Anderson vs. Eric Priest
7. Ryan Boz vs. Danny Daniels
8. Abyss vs. Skullkrusher
9. Tyson Dux & Petey Williams vs. The Extreme Dream Team
NWA Midwest 5/6/06 Streamwood, IL:
1. Ricky Thomas & Esteban Molina vs. Chandler McClure & Jayson Reign
2. KC Jackson vs. Mississippi Mad Man
3. Mickie Knuckles vs. MsChif
4. Pepper Parks vs. Karl Anderson
5. Jason Dukes & Keith Walker vs. The Extreme Dream Team
6. Abyss vs. Ryan Boz
7. Jaysin Strife vs. Alex Shelley vs. Acid Jazz vs. Brandon Thomaselli
8. Samoa Joe vs. Skullkrusher



Time to crack open a few cold ones and get ready for one of the best shoot interviews of the year as THE SANDMAN has returned home and gave an exclusive shoot interview covering his time in WWE and the "e;new"e; ECW. This was RF VIDEO's fourth shoot with the extreme icon and, truth be told, this is could be the best one yet! Hak covered his entire WWE experience; from being contacted about appearing on the legendary One Night Stand PPV and it's follow up, being offered a full time contract to work in the ECW revamp, and everything up to and including his recent release.
We got Hak to talk on the record about everything that happened when he was offered a full time job within the WWE circus and he gave us a first hand account of everything that went on behind the scenes. How was Paul Heyman dealing with the ECW that Vince McMahon wanted? What were the strengths and weaknesses of the new ECW? What does Sandman think of CM Punk, Mike Knox, Kelly Kelly, and the other new talents on the ECW roster? Why didn't Sandman want to work with Test? What was the experience like working the major PPVs and the top guys in WWE? Hak answered these and many more questions in the straight forward and hilarious method that all of his fans enjoy. Sandman is one of those few wrestlers that could do a hundred interviews and each one would be a pleasure to listen to.
We got Sandman's take on what went down at the original One Night Stand, including the infamous beating of Blue Meanie at the hands of JBL. We got Sandman to talk about what it was like to work with Johnny Ace and Steph and what he thought about the punishment Rob Van Damn and Sabu received after getting busted for smoking pot. Everything you could possibly think of is covered in this fantastic shoot including Hak's emotional reaction to the Benoit tragedy. ECW fans will remember that Nancy Benoit was Sandman's former valet and Hak opened up on that story along with his thoughts on the effects of steroids and drugs in the world of professional wrestling, including his surprising views on legalizing marijuana.
But that's not all! Sandman talked about what it was like working on the Hardcore Homecoming tour, tells his side of an oft-rumored story between what happened between him and Ricky Steamboat on a plane trip, described what went down in Africa and why WWE took him off the show, and even gives his opinion on the independent wrestling scene today, including great detail on groups such as CZW and PWU. This is a MUST HAVE shoot for fans of The Sandman and anyone who would like to know more about what is going on behind the scenes in WWE today. You couldn't ask for a better speaker and Hak brings the goods in this latest release from RF VIDEO.

How were you contacted about the first one night stand
what did you expect going into it
Did anybody like yourself have any input in it
How much of it was Paul and how much of it do you think were other writers
Are you surprised that it was RVD's idea
Before that happened, did indy dates start slowing down
Who did you hear from first about working the ECW reunion show? Shane or WWE
Who pressured you more to pull off of the other
What was the reaction from the WWE crew when you and some other ex ECW guys started showing up at TV and doing the angles, were you welcomed or treated as outsiders
How directly involved was Vince with everything
How much of what happened at One Night Stand was different from what you were originally told about how it would be presented
Did you think all of that involvement from the WWE guys was a good or bad thing
Did you, Tommy, and the Dudleys focus on going out and stealing the show
How different were the Dudleys you worked with that night compared to the guys you worked with years ago
Were you warned about going out drinking, etc
How difficult was it to get the WWE to agree to your old music
Which show did you think was better? That one or Shane's
Do you think Shane should have ended it there rather than toured
Why do you think the tour didn't do well
When One Night Stand was over did you get the impression that they wanted you back
There were rumors back then of reviving ECW into something full time by WWE, is that true
Did the pay per view give you new life on the indys
Do you get angry, frustrated, or embarrassed sometimes when you would work for some indys and they tried to be ECW when they were far from it
Did you feel anyway kind of dirty working the Bruiser Brody Memorial show in Puerto Rico
You got involved with PWU shortly thereafter, how did you get involved with that
Why do you think their formula works in drawing regular crowds as compared to past indys in Philadelphia
How soon did you find out about WWE starting up ECW full time before it happened
Was it easy or difficult to put together a good deal
Did you look forward to going back on the road or did you enjoy the limited schedule of the indys
Did you fight to get your old music played or was that something you never bothered with
It seemed that when the ECW project started again Paul was involved some weeks and some not, how much of it do you think he was involved with in the beginning and planning stages
Mick Foley says in his newest book about his match at the second One Night Stand being the true main event and responsible for drawing the buyrate or not. Do you agree with that?
What was different about the second ONS as compared to the first
You did a lot of angles with John Cena to set it up and Cena was arguably the hottest guy in the business at that time. How easy was he to work with as far as the angles and matches went.
Memories and thoughts on the ECW vs WWE battle royal leading up to ONS2
Were you disappointed you didn't get a match at One Night Stand
Did you think the ECW tour would succeed or fail
Who booked the house shows
You said in an interview as the tours started the atmosphere backstage was much different than the older ECW days because you guys just started touring and never got that family bond. Did you guys ever get that bond that the old crew had?
Differences backstage as compared to the golden years
Were you surprised when the fans turned on Paul at the Alhambra Arena
Did you believe in the new direction of ECW or did you think in the back of your head it wasn't working
Did you ever have the chance to offer your input as an ECW veteran
You credited Kurt Angle and Big Show as being a big help to you in a previous interview, can you expand on that
How different were your matches at this point with Credible then in the past
Was Stephanie difficult to work with
Was it frustrating through the first several months that the direction of ECW kept being changed
Why do you think the tours failed
You had the segment with the Zombie. Is it true they wanted to try some other characters at first that conflicted with the network
Thoughts on Mike Knox and Kelly Kelly
Thoughts on matches with Big Show
How different do you think things would have turned out with ECW if RVD and Sabu had not been busted and suspended
Do you think that the WWE overreacted
Do you think that as hot as Rob was at the time, the momentum would have kept going if he hadnt been suspended
Who do you think should have brought back to ECW from the old ECW crew that would have made a big difference
Thoughts on your matches with Test
About midway through the ECW revival a lot of older ECW fans complained and hated the new ECW, do you think they just didn't give it a chance or could you empathize with their frustrations
What would you have done differently in running ECW from tv, talent, and touring
Thoughts on tagging with Tommy Dreamer in ECW
Did you ever become bored with what you were doing in ECW
Was Cyber Sunday a shoot or were you told you weren't going to wrestle
A lot of people argue that December to Dismember was one of the worst pay per views in history. Do you agree or disagree with that and why
Thoughts on matches with Sylvester Terkay
Thoughts on matches with Elijah Burke
How did things change when you started doing tours with the various Raw and Smackdown crews
Thoughts on the Royal Rumble
Who did you like to ride with
How did the whole idea for the New Breed vs Originals come about
Did you like it
Memories and thoughts on wrestling on Wrestlemania
As a wrestling fan growing up, is that the pinnacle of success for you
Did you like the match
Do you agree or disagree with Rhyno throwing the ECW belt in the trash on TNA
What were your thoughts when Vince became ECW champion
A lot of ex ECW fans hated it, but do you think it was good for ECW now that Vince was going to be a focal point of the show
Thoughts on Bobby Lashley
Memories of your 4 way match with RVD, Sabu, and Dreamer
Thoughts on CM Punk
Do you think he is ready for a big push
Was it frustrating to be totally squashed by Gene Snitsky on TV
How did you find out you were moving to Raw
Most see it as a promotion of sorts, did you see it the same way
Are you surprised as an ECW original that they never put the ECW belt on you
The original angle with Carlito seemed to go over huge on TV. Do you think that surprised a lot of writers and office staff?
Thoughts on matches with Carlito
Do you think more could have been done with your program with him
Thoughts on working with William Regal
Do you think management noticed how well you were getting over on RAW
Did you get any heat from the office for doing the induction at PWU a couple of months ago
Why do you think you were getting so over with the RAW fans
Thoughts on matches with Ken Kennedy
How did you first hear about the Benoit family tragedy
You were in a unique position of probably being one of the few guys on the WWE roster who worked more with Nancy than with him. How close were you with Nancy over the years
Some say they were surprised, some say that Benoit was never right after Eddie's passing. Were you surprised
Is there anything you think anyone could have done
How difficult was it for you and the entire crew to go back to work after this
Do you think it was a wake up call for some people
Do you think the media coverage of the Benoit family tragedy was fair or unfair
Thoughts on UFC and comparisons to pro wrestling
How is your body physically
What are your thoughts on the WWE Wellness policy
Do you think Vince is worried about a potential investigation
Thoughts on matches with Santino Marella
What happened last week when you seemed to get hurt in your match
How did you find out you were released
Were you surprised
What was the reason why
Do you think the doors are open for a return
Do you think ECW will still be around in another year
How do you think congressional hearings could potentially change the way Vince does business
Who were your favorite guys to work with up there
Do you have any plans to return to TNA
Did Vince ever try and buy your name and likeness from you
You do a lot of indys, do you think a lot of guys that come out of the WWE dont understand the indys and overprice themselves out of the market
Do you find the indys to be well or poorly run
What are some of the biggest frustrations working with guys on the indys
Is everything political in the WWE as far as pushes go
Could another ECW ever work today
Tod has talked about putting out a book about all of the partying and naming names, what are your thoughts on it
Thoughts about the next generation of stars in the WWE
Any good road stories, ribs
We recently talked to Scott Hall about his struggles, for someone like yourself who's gimmick is drinking beer and partying is it hard to keep it somewhat sane
You talked years ago about your son wrestling and learning lucha, is that still going to happen
Years ago you talked about having no desire to work out, what changed your mind
The Rock recently said he thinks the WWE has to have a 0 tolerance steroid policy, do you agree
Thoughts on WWE recently including marijuana in their policy
Who do you wish you had the chance to work with in the WWE that you didn't get to
Do you think it was fair to suspend all of those wrestlers recently
Are you surprised Vince Russo is still booking anywhere
Thoughts on John Cena and Batista who are the flagship wrestlers today
Do you think some WWE writers wanted ECW to fail
Do you think Paul will start another company
Do you think if Paul and Tod were to work together again they could do something special
What is your favorite moment in your career
Best ribs you ever saw

Shoot Interview with Scott Hall: Scott Hall will go down in the books as one of the most entertaining and compelling shoot interviews in the history of RF Video. Hall's passion for the wrestling business comes alive right from the beginning when talking about his memories of breaking in the business and working for Jim Crockett as a rookie. Those who know Scott know that there are very few short answers as Scott goes in depth with his answers to all of our questions. He literally was giving two or three extra stories while answering one question. Scott's memory of recalling all the events throughout his career is amazing to witness. Hall remembers every little detail and had no trouble sharing those experiences without holding anything back. What you will love about Scott is how he wears his heart on his sleeve as he talks honesty about himself. This is a man who has no problem taking responsibility for his actions that others may have found controversial. This exclusive shoot interview is a combination of interesting road stories and compelling answers to questions that spanned from his salad days in Florida as a greenhorn all the way to his current comeback in Puerto Rico

Shoot Interview with John Nord: Nord the Barbarian, AKA the Bezerker, one of wrestling's most well remembered gimmick wrestlers. RF Video was able to talk to the man behind the Viking helmet, John Nord, in a brand new exclusive shoot DVD! Fans of wrestling in the '80s are going to love this interview as Nord was around all the major territories and every single big name in the business. Verne Gagne's AWA. Fritz Von Erich's World Class Championship Wrestling. Vince McMahon's World Wrestling Federation. World Championship Wrestling. Touring Japan. Nord crisscrossed the wrestling world and has lived to tell about the amazing world of entertainment mixed with excess, instant gratification, and debauchery.

Nord talked about working with a greenhorn Jake Roberts and being ribbed by Dusty Rhodes in the early stages of career. Anyone who watched the Spectacular Legacy of the AWA is going to be fascinated as Nord talked about growing up with Curt Henning and Road Warrior Hawk along with why he didn't get along with Nick Bockwinkle. Do you remember Wrestlerock? John does, and he gave us the inside scoop on that unforgettable moment in wrestling history.

We were able to get Nord to open up on whose idea it was to pattern himself after Bruiser Brody and also got John to talk about meeting Brody in Japan. Why did Brody walk out of a New Japan tag tournament and what was it like to be ribbed while working against Antonio Inoki? Was Brody seriously considering jumping the rail at WrestleMania I? Nord answers these and many other questions, such as: why Nord left the AWA and no showed his match with Bockwinkel on the same night Hennig won the strap, what it was like to work in Portland, and why he went to Texas to work in World Class. We grilled Brody on various Von Erich questions, including whether it was true that he refused to put Kevin over at the David Von Erich Memorial Show.

The subject of Brody weaves throughout the interview as he was such an important man in Nord's career. John talked about a confrontation between Brody and the Ultimate Warrior in World Class, and how Warrior held that against Nord later in the WWF. Nord discussed the plans he and Brody had for the future and the horrible phone call he received from Barbara Gooding explaining what happened in Puerto Rico. For the first time ever, Nord explains why he didn't go to Brody's funeral.

Just an amazing interview that covers the gamut of wrestling history. How did the AWA change during his runs in Minneapolis. How Nord got into the WWF and why he changed his name from Viking to Berzerker. What it was like to work a program with the Undertaker. How the Iron Sheik got fired. All of this and so much more, heck, we haven't even discussed Nord's run in WCW! You won't want to miss this great new release!

Shoot Interview with The Beverly Brothers: One of the AWA's legendary tag teams, Wayne Bloom and Mike Enos, -The Minnesota Destruction Crew ? sat down with RF Video for a new shoot interview to cover their entire career. Some may know them as the Beverly Brothers in the WWF, and both Wayne and Mike talked about what it took to survive, and thrive, in the cut throat conditions within the major promotions.

This is a great DVD for anyone who was a fan of the AWA, enjoyed good tag team wrestling, or just likes hearing a good story about some of the most colorful characters in the business as Bloom and Enos worked with them all. In a nice treat, Bloom and Enos covered how they met, broke into the business, and became tag team partners. Forget Tough Enough, you'll get the real story on what it takes to get into the wrestling business and what they had to do to develop their noteworthy promos. All the names you loved in the AWA, such as Verne Gagne, the Midnight Rockers, and Tom Zenk, get their due in this entertaining shoot!

The boys also made their way to World Championship Wrestling and give their thoughts on grizzled veteran Ole Anderson along with explaining the major differences between the AWA and WCW. Bloom and Enos recount their first tour of Japan and what it was like to work with Muto and Chono in their primes. We also got both men to describe how they got into the WWF and we were told a great rib they played on Vince McMahon himself. Did they enjoy being managed by John "e;Coach"e; Tolos or Lanny Poffo? What did they think about their matches against the Road Warriors? What was it like to work in Wembley Stadium? What exactly was it like working the grueling WWF road schedule and why were they never given the tag straps? The answers to all these questions, and many more, are available in this latest new release!

IWC No Excuses 3- 8/4/07:
1. J-Rocc vs. Bubba the Bulldog
2. Sexual Harassment vs. Michael Facade & Johnny Gargano vs. The Hollywood Balds
3. Troy Lords vs. Azrieal
4. Brent Albright vs. Hentai
5. Raymond Rowe vs. Ricky Reyes
6. Southern Comfort vs. The Burning River Brigade
7. Gambino Brothers vs. Babyface Fire
8. John McChesney vs. Delirious
9. Dennis Gregory vs. Sterling James Keenan

IWC Newville Knockout 3- 8/18/07:
1. Ian Jordan & Patriot vs. Jimmy Demarco & Sebastian Dark
2. Ian Jordan vs. Jimmy Demarco
3. Troy Lords vs. Ricky Reyes
4. Hentai vs. Brent Albright
5. The Gambino Bros vs. The Cleveland Mafia vs. Idol & Gory vs. Facade & Gargano
6. Dennis Gregory vs. Larry Sweeney
7. AJ Styles vs. Samoa Joe

Pro Wrestling Syndicate 9/7/07 Garfield, NJ:
1. Alicia vs Talia Madison
2. Rob Vegas vs Azrieal
3. Kevin Matthews vs Joe Hardway vs JD Smoothy
4. Julio Dinero's Naked Truth
5. Michael Sain vs Crowbar
6. Paul E Normus with Rocksha vs The Zombie
7. Kenny Omega vs Danny Demanto with Talia Madison
8. Steve Monsta Mack vs Abyss
9. "e;Black Machismo"e; Jay Lethal vs "e;The Genius"e; Lanny Poffo
10. Sabu vs Justin Credible vs Danny Doring vs Trent Acid - 4 Way
11. BONUS MATCH: Commissioner Necro Butcher/Danny Demanto vs Eddie Kingston/Low Ki

MCW- Kickoff Chaos 9/9/07 Dundalk, MD:
1. Ryan McBride & Teddy Stigma vs. Judas Young & Champ Champaigne
2. Christian York vs. Nicky Benz
3. The Brusier vs. Lunchbox Dino Divine
4. Patrick Brink vs. Tyler Hilton
5. The Ghetto Mafia vs. BLKOUT (Ruckus & Sabian)
6. Derek Frazier vs. Josh Daniels
7. Danny Doring & former Baltimore Ravens player Jeff Blackshear vs. Buzz Stryker, Doyle Day & Buck Chyld
8. Joey Matthews vs. Adam Flash

ECWA 9/15/07 Newark, DE:
1. Mr. Ooh La La, Robere Shields & El' Trouble vs. Jason Leign, JJ Cruz & Corey Blaze
2. The Berlin Bad Boys vs. Alec Chance & Mario Zutto
3. Glen Osbourne & Scotty Charisma vs. Matt Logan & Mike Nice
4. Secret Weapon vs. Bryan Logan (ECWA Mid-Atlantic Championship Match)
5. Ace Darling vs. Chase Del Monte (Lumberjack Match)
6. The Chick Magnets vs. Billy Bax, Mega & Mike Nice
7. The Hollywood Connection vs. The Heavyweights (ECWA Tag Team Championship Match)
8. John Walters vs. Aden Chambers (ECWA Heavyweight Championship Match)
9. Survivor Showdown


I can't put over our newest documentary anymore than I have been.  I really can't wait to release this movie.  "e;The Lost Treasures of Pro Wrestling,"e; will capture your heart.  It will make you laugh and cry as this is by far the most emotional DVD that we have ever released.

Over the past few years the sport of professional wrestling has lost far too many of its own. Many of these superstars, beloved by fans and peers alike, passed away well before their time. To pay tribute to these fallen men and women, all of whom have given so many people enjoyment in life, RF Video is proud to present LOST TREASURES, a new four disc DVD dedicated to their achievements, their lives, and the legacy they left behind. In the course of the last fifteen years, RF Video has compiled an extensive library of exclusive interviews and rare footage with these superstars and it is through this that we are able to bring their fans the real story of these larger than life characters. LOST TREASURES presents these men and women with all the trappings of wrestling stripped away, allowing everyone to see their hopes, their dreams, and remember how special they really were.
LOST TREASURES also contains plenty of brand new footage with many of these 's coworkers that has never been seen before. Some of the speakers include: Demolition, The Nasty Boys, Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart, Kevin Von Erich, Manny Fernandez, Black Bart, JAPW Staff, the Godfather, Corp Kirshner, Paul Bearer, Chyna, X-Pac Ted Dibiase, Luna Vachon, Mene Gene Okerlund, Roddy Piper, Tammy Sytch, Mick Foley, Billy Gunn, Baby Doll, Charlie Haas, Justin Credible, Danny Doring, Lanny Poffo, Talia, Jay Lethal, Homicide, Scott Hall, and many more.
Disc One focuses on the following: Chris Candido, Sherri Martel, Russ Hass, Doug Gentry, Louie Spicolli, Mike Awesome, and the Von Erich Family. Disc Two spotlights Bam Bam Bigelow, Bad News Allen, Road Warrior Hawk, Eddy Guerrero, Curt Hennig, Davey Boy Smith, and Owen Hart.
Disc Three and Four consist entirely of matches and bonus features including: Road Warrior Hawk vs. Eddie Gilbert. Curt Henning vs. Jerry Lawler. Mike Awesome vs. Taz. The British Bulldog vs. the Masked Superstar. Kerry Von Erich (w/Woman) vs. Masked Man. Chris Candido vs. Homicide. Eddy Guerrero vs. Crowbar.  The Haas Brothers vs. Low Ki & American Dragon. Owen Hart & D-Lo Brown (w/The Rock & Mark Henry) vs. The Love Connection. Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Spike Dudley. A 2002 roast for Sherri Martel. Doug Gentry with The Sandman. Louie Spicolli vs. Sabu. Bad News Allen at a Q & A.



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