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To show appreciation to our great RF Video customers we have a great cash saving sale now online!  Place any order from now until Monday October 3rd and get 15% off your cart total.  Simply put the items you want into your shopping cart and at checkout a 15% discount will be applied to your total.  RF Video wants to thank all you fans who have made RF Video what it is today.  We look forward to bringing you many more years of great RF Video releases!

This is going to be another huge weekend for RF VIDEO.  We have a bunch of huge shoot interviews planned, so check back over the weekend to find out who they are going to be with.

RF VIDEO has a million new things lined up for the month of October.  We have huge shoot interviews so much more.

I just watched the Ultimate Warrior WWE DVD.  Get this DVD today in the new release section.  It was put together very well.  I highly suggest it as its super entertaining.

We will have more next week about Behind Closed Doors with the Sandman and our new concept that made its debut at the last UXW show.

Check out what wrestling journalists are saying about our On The Road DVD with Honky Tonk Man:Not for nothing, but RF Video has gone above and beyond in 2005 in creating interesting concepts for wrestling DVDs. First there is the In the Ring series, in which guys like STEVE CORINO and HOMICIDE do two disc DVD which is one half shoot interview and one half in-ring training session. Then there is the Behind Closed Doors series, where guys like SABU and IAN & AXL ROTTEN do commentary over their classic matches. Now comes another installment of the On the Road (Wrestling Media Historian Keith Lipinski tells me that there were earlier editions of On the Road with S.A.T. along with Super Crazy & Tajri), and this time RF Video is there to film the Honky Tonk Man, while in the process giving the viewers a backstage glimpse at what it is like to work on the independent scene.  Now, I reviewed a Honky Tonk Man SHOOT INTERVIEW a while back and the guy is right up there with New Jack, the Sandman and Jim Cornette as guys I could listen to all day long. Honky is not politically correct. Honky does not care how many bridges he burns and tells it like he sees it, often with hilarious results. Take one of the most outspoken guys in wrestling and follow him around for a day? Hijinks are bound to ensue.  Derek Burgan Pro Wrestling Torch

RF VIDEO will be at this huge convention tomorrow in Edison NJ.  Check out the website to see the entire list of talent that will be there.

RF VIDEO just released NWA Cyberspace Cybercade 2 8/21/05  You can order today in the new release section!!!!  This show was awesome.

Julio Dinero vs. Mo Sextyn (Loser Leaves Town Match)
Kip James (Billy Gunn) vs. Mike Tobin
Sonjay Dutt vs. Elix Skipper (Cruiser-X Title Match)
Josh Daniels vs. Jay Lethal (Internet Title Match)
All Money Is Legal vs. The Solution (Tag Title Match)
Jazz vs. Tracy Brooks (Womens Title Match)
Chris Harris vs. Bobby Roode vs. Petey Williams vs. James Storm vs. Sharkboy vs. Joel Maximo (Golden Key Elimination Match)
Slyck Wagner Brown vs. Rodney Mack (Street Fight)
Jeff Jarrett vs. Abyss (Steel Cage Match)

We just added in the new release section a very special DVD.  It was the very last Elks lodge show with USA Pro Wrestling.  You can order this now in the new release section. Here is the line up.....

USA Pro Wrestling...November 29, 2003
Queens, NY- Final Elks Lodge Event

Fred Sampson vs. Tommi Trouble
Elks Lodge Memorial Battle Royal
Christopher St. Connection vs. The Solution
4 Way Tag featuring Lost Lunatics & Elm St. Kids
Mike Tobin vs. Prince Nana
Low Ki vs. Sonjay Dutt
Mike Kruel vs. Crowbar
Masked Maniac vs. Ken Sweeney
Hardcore Match featuring Low Life Louie & Johnny Bravado
Deranged vs. Dan Barry vs. Johnny Ova
Dirty Rotten Scoundrelz vs. Mikey Whipwreck & Wayne
Balls Mahoney vs. Axl Rotten
Bam Bam Bigelow & Chris Candido vs. Simon Diamond & Matt Striker
Shane Douglas vs. The Sandman
Al Snow vs. Raven

This UXW show had something for everyone.  You can order it now in the new release section.  The highlight of the night was the Rhino vs Homicide match, as it was awesome.  Balls and Corino tore down the house in a bloody wild brawl that went all over the venue.  Elix Skipper and Frankie Kazarian had the match of the night. It was also great to see the return of Gunn and Road Dogg and Test inside the ring as well.  Here is the full line up of the show:

Jim Paine & Synn vs. Guapo & Poppalishus
Havok vs. Monsta Mack
Frankie Kazarian vs. Elix Skipper (UXW Xtreme Championship)
The New Dynamite Kid  vs. Heavy Metal vs. Mercenary vs. Lil Greatness vs. Candy (Vacant UXW Hardcore Title)
Test vs. Slyck Wagner Brown
The Backseat Boyz vs. The Outcast Killaz vs. All Money Is Legal
Homicide vs. Rhino
Vordell Walker vs. Grim Reefer
Billy Gunn & Road Dogg vs. The Christopher Street Connection
Bison Bravado vs. Low Life Louie (Hardcore Match)
Steve Corino vs. Balls Mahoney (Last Man Standing Match for UXW Title)
Homicide vs. Steve Corino (Impromptu UXW Heavyweight Championship Match)

Speaking of shoot interviews here is a brand new shoot interview that you can order now in the new release section

"e;Dirty"e; Dick Slater is a highly opinionated former wrestler and booker.

In this interview he shares his thoughts on the demise of Jim Crockett promotions and what could have been done to save the company. As a former booker Slater discusses the in's and out's of putting together a successful territory and how to get the fans behind your ideas.

Slater have very candid thoughts on the nature of the business today and how to rejuvenate wrestling to what it once was. He shares his experiences in Japan with Terry Funk and his memories on the Funk family as well as the Brisco's and Dick Murdoch.

He also shares his past on how he got into the business as well as how he made a name for himself in the Florida and Georgia areas. This is a very insightful interview coming from the mouth of an interesting perspective on the business in Dick Slater.
RF VIDEO also has the newest TNA DVD on sale now!!!This double disc DVD features wrestling's first all-steel cage match Pay-Per-View in its entirety as well as exclusive never-before-seen backstage footage of the TNA stars.  In addition, the DVD set also includes a tribute to the late, great, Chris Candido.

All matches inside TNA's Six Sides of Steel!

#1 Contender's Match: AJ Styles vs. Abyss
Lethal Lockdown: DDP, Sean Waltman & BG James vs. Jeff Jarrett, Monty Brown & Kip James
X Division Title: Christopher Daniels vs. Elix Skipper
NWA World Tag Titles Strap Match: America's Most Wanted vs. Team Canada
Tables Match: Jeff Hardy vs. Raven
Xscape Match: Sonjay Dutt vs. Matt Bentley vs. Shocker vs. Chris Sabin
Prince of Darkness Match: Dustin Rhodes vs. Bobby Roode
Challenge Match: Apolo & Sonny Siaki vs. Chris Candido & Lance Hoyt
DVD Bonus

Backstage footage includes:
Mike Tenay and Don West
Jimmy Hart
Jeff Hardy
America's Most Wanted
Christopher Daniels
and more!
Chris Candido Tribute
Candido & The Naturals vs. Team Canada
The Naturals w/Candido vs. America's Most Wanted (NWA World Tag Titles)
Candido's last on-camera appearance co-hosting TNA's Xplosion program

Check out this new shoot interview with Spike!!!

A man who, in nine years, went from runt of the litter to the boss of the (former) Dudley family.

The original giant killer.
A grade school teacher who left teaching third grade to achieve his dream and go beyond while becoming WWE Cruiserweight, European, Hardcore, and Tag Team Champion.
A guy who stayed in ECW as the ship was sinking, who gave his body to the fans, in a brutal series of matches against World Champion Mike Awesome and Television Champion Rhino, taking some of the sickest bumps in the history of the promotion.

For the first time ever,  Spike Dudley does his first shoot interview. If you want tons of great new ECW stories along with some WWE stories, this is the shoot for you as Spike is open and honest about both of his runs. Hear a true wrestling fan speak on the business as Spike holds nothing back. From ECW on TNN, to Smackdown on UPN, Spike has had a career which has seen him go all over the wrestling landscape of America. From coming into the WWE when ECW folded, 'til being released earlier this year during Black Wednesday. Little Spike Dudley has had quite the career and now shares his stories with everyone on this anticipated release. Experience the rise and fall of ECW firsthand with spike as he rode the roller coaster all the way to the end, then get trapped in the amusement of the WWE funhouse!

Were you a fan growing up
Who did you like watching
Did you play any sports growing up
When did you know you wanted to give it a shot
Were you discouraged at all early on because of your size
Now you were a third grade teacher, when did you decide that you were going to make wrestling your full time career
As a former teacher what are your thoughts on Matt Stryker who as a teacher used sick time to wrestle in Japan and got caught and fired
How did you meet Roland Alexander
Thoughts on Roland
Memories of training
Did you enter the school to be a wrestler
Memories of Chris Daniels, Donovan Morgan, Mike Modest
Memories of your matches out West with Erin O Grady
What do you remember about the indy years before ECW
How were you contacted, were you contacted or did you contact them
Did you ever have any talks with ECW before that time
Did you know anyone in ECW before you came in
Were you nervous coming into ECW
What was the biggest misconception you had of ECW
Initial impressions of Paul Heyman
Were the other guys receptive to you in the locker room
How receptive were Bubba and Devon
Memories early on of working against them
Do you think they were overly stiff
Did anyone take liberties with you because of your size
Did anyone in ECW ever refuse to put you over or sell
Memories of Chris Candido
Memories of matches with Axl
Did you prefer tag teams or singles
When you started in ECW, were you part of the ring crew
Were you caught in the middle of the problems between Erin and everyone else
Initial thoughts on Taz
How did your friendship with Taz grow over the years
Thoughts on working Taz
Thoughts on Dreamer
Thoughts on teaming with Mikey
Thoughts on matches with the FBI
Thoughts on matches with Balls and Axl
The Bam Bam Bigelow feud. Whos idea was it? Did Bam Bam have any reservations about putting you over, memories of the matches
Would you say that was a turning point for you in your career
How come do you think Danny Doring and Chris Chetti have not been able to transition to WWE
Thoughts on teaming with New Jack against the Dudleys
Thoughts on working with Gran Naniwa
At what point in your career did you think, wow I made it?
Thoughts on matches with Rhino
What did you think when Paul told you he was giving you the tag team titles
How did ECW change when Taz left
Which departure surprised you most? Raven, Saturn, Taz, or Mike Awesome
Who were you surprised never continued success after ECW closed and vice versa
How crazy was the drug scene in ECW
Thoughts on Tajiri
What do you remember about the whole deal with Mike Awesome
Do you still have heat with him over it
How do you think that affected ECW long term
Were you ever contacted by WCW when you were in ECW
Thoughts on working with RVD
Thoughts on Sabu
At what point did you realize there were problems in ECW
Did Paul E ever lie to you
Was it discouraging the less and less he would come to house shows
Did you have in your mind a breaking point where if things didn't turn around by this time you had a back up plan
Who did you ride with in ECW
What do you remember about the night you injured your knee against Mike Awesome
Did you feel any pressures to return early
What did you do during your time off
Any good road stories
What do you both think made ECW so successful, and at what point do you think ECW was at its highest point? Conversely, what do you think caused ECW to fail and what do you think other than the close itself was the lowest point?
Memories of the final ECW PPV
What did it mean to you to get the ECW title
How much money were you owed by ECW
Did you ask Paul directly the future of ECW and if so what did he say
Memories of the final shows in Arkansas
How did you know it was finally overCould an ECW succeed today
How aware were you of Vince McMahon's financial involvement in ECW?
Do you think you  were suckered by Paul Heyman
It has become public that Paul was under contract to the WWE before ECW actually closed, what are your thoughts on that
What is the biggest misconception about ECW
Memories of the night Sandman wrestled naked
Who do think were the most overpushed guys/girls in ECW?
What do you remember about the ECW/XPW angle
Were you contacted by XPW after ECW closed
Dave Meltzer wrote a lengthy piece about ECW and said that Vince McMahon's deal as part of funding Paul was for Paul to steer talent towards Vince and away from WCW when leaving. What do you all think of that, and can you remember any instances where that happened?
Axl Rotten did a shoot where he mentioned the final years in ECW and the guys on top and said that those guys weren't ECW, thoughts?
You were one of the guys that came into the WWE pretty quickly after ECW closed. How did that happen?
Did you have a back up plan after ECW if you never got a call to go to the WWE
How different was the Paul Heyman in WWE as compared to ECW
Did Bubba and Devon go to bat for you to get into WWE
Initial impressions of Jim Ross and Vince
What were you told about how you would be used
Thoughts on your initial feud with the Dudleys, Edge, Christian, and Rhyno and the Hardys and Lita
How receptive was the locker room to you
Were you stigmitzed as an "e;ECW guy"e;
Thoughts on your first pay per view match at Backlash 01
Was it weird to be working with Justin on a WWE pay per view
Did you feel more or less pressure on a WWE PPV compared to an ECW ppv
Was it easier or more frustrating putting spots together in six man tags and can you give examples
Thoughts on Wrestlemania 17, your first Wrestlemania
How different was life for you now that you were now a true celebrity, wrestling superstar
How weird was the locker room once the WCW guys started working there
Were the WCW guys ribbed a lot
Were guys less willing to sell for someone of your size in the WWE then ECW
Can you point to any specific instances
Whos idea was it for the story with Molly
Was it difficult to work that kind of angle with her since shes very religious
Thoughts on your series with the Hollys
How odd was it to be working with Erin on a WWE pay per view
Thoughts on Bob Holly, do you think hes a bully?
Are you surprised it didn't work out for Raven in WWE
Thoughts on some of the writers: Brian Gerwitz
Dave Lagana
Paul Heyman
Stephanie Mcmahon
In July 2001 you broke your fibula. What kind of pressures did you feel to come back early or even wrestle through it
Did you find the road agents helpful or a hinderance
Were you on the "e;flight from hell"e; and if so, thoughts
Whos idea was it to put you and Taz together
How different was Taz at this time compared to his ECW tenure
What was it like for you to be a WWF tag team champion
Thoughts on working with Bubba and Devon in the WWE
Do you think they ever rubbed anyone the wrong way
Thoughts on wrestling at Wrestlemania 18 and winning the hardcore title
Thoughts on Randy Orton
Thoughts on Brock Lesnar and how he left
Thoughts on Kurt Angle
Thoughts on Eddie Guerrero
Were you surprised when Bubba and Devon were split apart
Whos idea was it to put you and Bubba back together
Memories of your matches with Benoit and Guerrero
Memories of matches with William Regal
Many people say Triple H holds people down and has too much power on Raw, what are your thoughts on him and his reputation?
Thoughts on the match you had with him on Raw
Was it his idea to give you that much
Thoughts on John Cena
Thoughts on newsletter and the net
Were you pressured to alter your physical appearance
Did you use steroids
What do you think of steroids in wrestling
What did you do to get yourself in that kind of shape
Will you maintain that lifestyle
Thoughts on your series with Jamie Noble
Do you think the Cruiserweight division will ever be successful
Are you aware that the cruisers were told to tone down there style, and thoughts
Thoughts on the 4 corners Survivor series match
Thoughts on Rey Misterio Jr
How much of being successful in the WWE is about politics
Thoughts on Chavo Guerrero
Thoughts on the entire Edge, Lita, Matt Hardy situation
Thoughts on Wrestlemania this past year and the battle royal
For six or so years you were on the road constantly, what has life been like for you without that kind of lifestyle
Thoughts on Paul London
Thoughts on matches with Kidman
Thoughts on One NIght Stand
Thoughts on RVDs speech
Thoughts on the inclusion of WWE talent
Were you disappointed that they completely dropped the angle the next night
Is there anyone that wasn't on ONS that you think should have been
Thoughts on the JBL-Meanie incident at ONS
Thoughts on JBL when you have worked with him
Are you surprised Meanie got a job out of it
Were you worried what would happen if the table didn't catch on fire at One Night Stand
Good road stories from your time in WWE
Good rib stories
Were you surprised when you were told you were droppin the belt to announcer, Sho Funaki
Thoughts on Steve Austin
Thoughts on the Rock
How were you told you were being released
How surprised were you
Are you upset that you are released while less talented guys are still employed there
Were you surprised about anyone else's release
Did you have any proposed gimmicks or angles in the WWE that were turned down
Fav matches in the WWE
Fav guys to work with and why
Least fav guys to work with and why
At what point in your career did you think you made it
Any regrets
Does it bother you when you see less talented guys being pushed at a time when your released
What is your future
Do you think TNA has a future
Do you think you will be a part of it
When did you find out that the WWE would prevent you from using your name
What is your side of the story
Have you talked to Paul since all of this went down
Do you think this has closed the door on a return to the WWE
Do you have any desire to get out and work indys
How much of a toll has all the punishment you have absorbed on your small frame taken on you at this point in your life
Thoughts on Shane Douglas' Hardcore Homecoming series
Does it bother you after your release when you see all these contests for 250 grand a year like Tough Enough or Diva Searches
Do you watch tapes and if so, who
If WWE started ECW back up, could it work
Do you think an indy can rise above and compete like ECW did in the current climate

Don't forget we released the Dick Slater shoot interview yesterday!!!

PWG 2nd Annual Birthday Night 1           Order now in the new release section

PWG celebrates their 2nd birthday with two nights of non-stop wild action in Los Angeles with the "e;2nd Annual PWG Bicentennial Birthday Extravaganza."e;  This is Night One and features AJ Styles defending the PWG Title, Scott Lost & Chris Bosh defending the tag titles, and Christopher Daniels defending the TNA X-Title against Chris Sabin!  Plus more!

Davey Richards vs. Shannon Ballard
Hook Bomberry & Top Gun Talwar vs. Phoenix Star & Zokre
Ricky Reyes vs. Petey Williams
Joey Ryan vs. Mr. Excitement
Six Man Tag Team Grudge: Super Dragon, El Generico & Human Tornado vs. Kevin Steen, Disco Machine & Excalibur
TNA X-Division Title: Christopher Daniels (c) vs. Chris Sabin
PWG Tag Titles: Scott Lost & Chris Bosh (c) vs. Scorpio Sky & Quicksilver
PWG Title:
AJ Styles vs. Mystery Opponent

PWG 2nd Annual Birthday Night 2         Order now in the new release section

PWG celebrates their 2nd birthday with two nights of non-stop wild action in Los Angeles with the "e;2nd Annual PWG Bicentennial Birthday Extravaganza."e;  This is Night Two and features a 3-way for the PWG Title as AJ Styles defends against both Christopher Daniels and James Gibson! Tag team elimination match and much more!

Quicksilver vs. Ronin
Davey Richards vs. TJ Perkins
Chris Sabin & Petey Williams vs. Joey Ryan & Scott Lost
Ricky Reyes vs. Mystery Opponent
Super Dragon vs. Kevin Steen
Tag Team Elimination: El Generico & Human Tornado vs. Hook Bomberry & Top Gun Talwar vs. Disco Machine & Excalibur vs. Phoenix Star & Zokre
PWG Title:
AJ Styles (c) vs. Christopher Daniels vs. James Gibson
*PWG Zombies Shouldnt Run    Order now in the new release section!!
PWG event featuring AJ Styles title defense against Kevin Steen, PWG Tag Titles up for grabs, plus Christopher Daniels in non-title action against Chris Hero!  Plus more!

TJ Perkins vs. Hardcore Kidd
Rocky Romero vs. Davey Richards
Disco Machine, Excalibur & Ronin vs. Top Gun Talwar, Hook Bomberry & Mr. Excitement
Joey Ryan vs. Claudio Castagnoli
Christopher Daniels vs. Chris Hero
Super Dragon vs. Quicksilver
PWG Tag Titles: Scott Lost & Chris Bosh vs. Human Tornado & El Generico
PWG Title: AJ Styles vs. Kevin Steen

 WrestleFest 05 Q&A Sessions from this past weekend with

Session 1 Q & A with...
Bobby Heenan
Terry Funk
Tony Atlas
Missy Hyatt
Magnum  TA
Nikita Koloff
Dustin Rhodes
Larry Zbyszko

Session 2 Q & A with...
Spike Dudley
D-Von Dudley
Bubba Ray Dudley
Paul Bearer
Midnight Express
Jerry Lawler
Johnny Valiant

RF VIDEO is happy to release in the new release section today Lipstick & Dynamite: First Ladies of Wrestling.

This outlandishly entertaining film tells the incredible stories of the rough-and-tumble women who made their living on the professional wrestling circuit in the 1940s and 50s. Archival footage and contemporary interviews spotlight these superstars of the ring, revealing how they lived hard and fought even harder.
DVD Extras

Q&A from the Tribeca Film Festival with Moolah, Mae Young, Ida Mae Martinez, Gladys Killem Gillem and director Ruth Leitman
Atlanta Film Festival Q&A with Martinez, Ella Waldek and Leitman
Footage in a limo of Moolah and Mae Young on their way to doing Jay Leno
Out takes from wrestling reunions in Las Vegas and Mobile
Director's commentary

RF VIDEO also released today the NWA Legends Fanfest held in August 2005 featured two nights of wrestling action (Aj Styles vs Shannon Moore).  You can order this DVD in the new release section now!!

The NWA Legends Fanfest held in August 2005 featured two nights of wrestling action.

Features an incredible legends bout that you will believe it's 1985 again! First time ever, AJ Styles vs. Shannon Moore!  NWA World Tag Team Title match as The Naturals defends against their rivals, America's Most Wanted!  Plus the first ever match between AJ Styles and Shannon Moore!

Chris Escobar vs. Brad Thomas
George South Jr. vs. Jason Jones
Brad Anderson vs. Brad Armstrong
Kid Kash vs. Timber
Elix Skipper vs. Petey Williams
NWA World Tag Team Title Match: America's Most Wanted vs. The Naturals (c)
The Rock 'n' Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) vs. The Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey & Bobby Eaton) with manager Jim Cornette
Bonus Match
AJ Styles vs. Shannon Moore - First ever bout against each other!


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