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September 4....

RF VIDEO released 3 new DVDs today
**Best of Briscoe Brothers Vol 1
**Best of Honkytonk Man and Greg Valentine from Ca
**Flashback XWF shoots

Here are the details...

Best of Briscoe Brothers Vol 1 now on DVD for the first time!!!

Mark & Jay Briscoe have become one of the best tag teams in the world and they are only teenagers!!! High impact moves, dangerous high-flying and exceptional ring psychology make The Briscoes the team to watch in 2002. Witness the next generation of superstars now with this action packed videotape. After seeing almost 4 hours of Briscoe matches youll know why they are the future and cant miss talents!!!


1. Mark & Jay Briscoe vs. Red & Joel Maximo- 2/10/01
2. Briscoes vs. Jon Dahmer & Eddie Valentine- 2/17/01
3. Briscoes & Ruckus vs. Jeff Rocker, Dahmer, Valentine- 2/28/01
4. Briscoes vs. Nick Berk & Justice Pain- 3/10/01
5. Mark Briscoe vs. Berk- 3/17/01
6. Briscoes vs. Ric Blade & Ruckus- 4/401
7. Briscoes vs. Valentine & Dahmer vs. Danny Rose & Rocker- 4/7/01
8. Briscoes vs. Rose & Rocker- 4/14/01
9. Briscoes vs. Dixie & Insane Dragon- 4/21/01
10. Briscoes & Ric Blade vs. SAT- 5/12/01
11. Mark Briscoe vs. Jay Briscoe vs. Nick Mondo- 5/19/01
12. Mark Briscoe vs. Jay Briscoe- 5/19/01
13. Jay Briscoe vs. Trent Acid- 5/19/01
14. Briscoes vs. Nick Gage & Nate Hatred- 6/9/01
15. Briscoes vs. Gage & Hatred- 6/8/01
16. Jay Briscoe vs. Pain- 9/8/01
 
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Flashback XWF Shoot Interviews

Short lived first federation after the demise of WCW & ECW to challenge the WWE.  Things were looking promising when these interviews were done at the NATPE Convention in Vegas for San Francisco cable show "e;Reality Check TV"e;
in January of '02.  Unedited raw interviews in their entirety!

1.Nasty Boy's Jerry Saags/Hail/KISS Demon/Jimmy Snuka/Roddy Piper
Hilarious hijinks as Saags doesn't take kindly to being called a "e;Jobber"e; durring his early AWA days. Former WCW star The KISS Demon(Dale Torberg) talks about being authorized by the band KISS. How WCW didn't use taped promos he did with the band.his appearance in the Fozzy film & his dragon boots given to him by Gene Simmons. 1 time WCW wrestler Hail makes his first of many comedic appearances seen through out the DVD.the legendary Jimmy Snuka makes a cameo & then Roddy Piper appears insisting he was the first to wear a "e;Reality Check"e; shirt(Not True!)

2.Jimmy Hart-"e;The Mouth of the South"e;talks about launching the XWF and getting a great team of talent to start the new league as well as mentioning all thegreat stars he's managed such as Hulk Hogan & working with Andy Kaufman & jerry Lawler.

3.The Road Warriors-Hawk & Animal talk about being the most accoplished atg team of all time. Their embarrrassment of having a ventriliquist dummy in WWF, Hawk's battle with Ric Flair, some choice words to Vince Mcmahon & some very stern comments to Carlos Colon and their refusal to work in Puerto Rico due to the murder of Bruiser Brody.

4.Hacksaw Jim Duggan(part 1) Duggan talks about his days in the UWF battling Ted Dibiase, One Man Gang & Skandor Akbar. Appearing at Wrestlemania III preventing Nikolai Volkoff from singing the Soviet national anthem. A funny story working with Andre the Giant & Bobby Heenan and of course carrying the US flag proudly for 20 years.(the sound temporarily drops out durring this but it's breif!)

5.Kimona Wanalaya(Lei Meow)former ECW/WCW diva talks about breaking in to the business, what a mess WCW was at the en, being involved in sexy matches like bra & panties or evening gowns.  Wearing dom outfits & the lesbian angle
with Tommy Dreamer & beaulah in ECW.

6.Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker-The man that trained Bill Goldberg & ran the infamous WCW Powerplant.the sarge talks abiout his time as part of the tag team "e;The State Patrol"e; how truly tough becoming a trained wrestler is and why he makes it tough to find teh best.  Bill Goldberg dedicating a chapter to the Sarge in his book and whnat the Sarge thinks of "e;Tough Enough"e;.

7.Jimmy Snuka-The "e;Superfly"e; talks about how his career started from being a body builder then a wrestling legend as well as his infamous cage match with Don Muraco.

8.Rena Mero-the diva & Playboy cover girl once known as Sable in WWE talks about her role as commisioner of the XWF and how the promotion is not to compete but to provide an alternative to the wrestling fans. She also talks about what she's been doing post WWF such as movies etc as well as working with Playboy.

9.Snuka Jr.-Here's a before he was a star moment as this young man is now known as Deuce from the tag team "e;Deuce & Domino"e; in WWE. At this time The Superfly's son was just 2 years in to the business. He talks about deciding to become a wrestler being trained by his dad and others and how he was trying to be his own wrestler.

10.Road Warrior Hawk-some drunken shenanigans in a night club as hawk hams it up for the camera, cameo by former WCW ring announcer Dave Penzer.

11.hacksaw Jim Duggan part 2-Duggan talks about the alte great Bruiser Brody.How he learned ring psychology and carrying a weapon to the ring (In Duggan's case a 2x4) an interesting story where Duggan and Brody worked a match where tehy sat in a headlock for an hour to get back at the promoter.an NWA story where Jim Crocket insisted everyone where sportscoats & ties and how Brody retaliated to that. This interview was used for a book about Brody.

BONUS Matches with XWF stars in BTW!
Hacksaw Jim Duggan vs. L'Emperuer 3/17/06
Duggan/L'Emperuer II 3/18/06

Road Warrior vs the Ballard Brother 3/7/03 one of hawk's final appearances in the ring. Hawk was very ill with a fever during this match so Animal basically works a handicap match but Hawk does get involved. R.I.P. Hawk!!!
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Best of Honkytonk Man and Greg Valentine

The Best of Honky Tonk Man in BTW
1.Mini Shoot- HTM goes off on Jake Roberts & Ricky Steamboat
2 HTM vs L'Emperuer Oct '04
3.HTM vs L'Emperuer II 1/7/05
4.HTM vs dash Riprock (BTW Heavyweight Title) 6/2/06
5.HTM/Jim Neidhart vs. Shannon Ballard/L'Emperuer 3/1/08


The Best of Greg "e;The Hammer"e; Valentine in BTW
1.Mini Shoot interview from 1998.
Greg talks about being part of the tag team "e;Rythm & Blues"e;,His battles
with Tito Santana,battling Piper in the Chain match in the NWA then
appearing On "e;Piper's Pit"e; a year later in the WWF.The Short lived AWF
where he held the tag title with Tommy Ritch,his relationship with Ric
Flair battling for the US title and turning down an offer to join the 4
Horsemen in 1991.Greg also talks about the 90's wrestling scene how it's
changed and how he respect Chris Benoit.Remember this was 1998!
2. Valentine vs. L'Emperuer I 9/30/05
3. Valentine vs. L'Emperuer II 10/1/05
4. Valentine vs. L'Emperuer III 4/15/05
5. Valentine & Brutus Beefcake vs. Jason Styles/L'Emperuer 11/12/05
6. Valentine vs. Dash Riprock (BTW Title) 10/20/06
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RF VIDEO just lined up another brand new shoot interview later this month with a major name.  This wrestler is on the A list of stars!!

We have added a few new features to the site today. You will notice a direct link to a new company RF VIDEO will be working with in the future.  They are the XFC which is one of the hottest new MMA companies in the United States.  In fact Hulk Hogan and Eric Bishoff were involved with them a few months back.  We now have 2 of their DVD's for sale in our new arrival section.  You can also find them in our MMA section.  If your a fan of the UFC, you should check them out.

We have also added a new section on the left hand side of the site, under the Backstage scoops section.  It is titled Private Autograph signings.  This will be the section to find out who we have lined up for our private signings that will give you the chance to get your merchandise autographed.

Have a personal item you want autographed by a superstar that we are working with?  Well now you can get it!  RF Video is now gladly accepting private signing mail orders.  Let us know what you want signed by the superstars we are working with listed below.  ALL ITEMS MUST BE RECEIVED AT LEAST 2 DAYS BEFORE THE SIGNING DATE AND TO BE PAID IN FULL.  RF Video also assumes no responsibility for lost or damaged items during shipping, however we will do our best to protect your item when packing it back to you.  You, the customer, are also responsible for all shipping costs to get your item to RF Video as well.  If you have any specific questions feel free to email us at feinsteind@aol.com or call our office at 215-891-9404. 

The following superstars list shows price per autograph and due date that we need to have your item by:

Stevie Richards $15 - Due by 9/25/08
Stan Hansen $15 - Due by 9/25/08
Demolition $20 - Due by 9/25/08
The Iron Sheik $15 - Due by 9/25/08

Please mail all items along with a check or money order, in the amount of each autograph and shipping price made payable to:

RF Video
PO Box 797
Langhorne, PA 19047

Pricing for shipment of your item back to you are as followed:
8x10 photos: $6 for up to 5 photos, an extra $1 for every 2 photos following.
Magazines: $6 for up to 3 magazines, an extra $1 for every 2 magazines following.
Action Figures: $6 for the first figure, $2 for each additional figure.
Replica Belts: $20 per belt, $5 for each additional belt thereafter.
DVDS: $6 for up to 3 dvds, an extra $1 for each dvd following.

New DVDs in today from XFC

 
*MMA XFC Salute to Armed Forces 2- 3/2/08 


1. 8 minute documentary.  With the Controversial Hulk Hogan "e;Faggish"e; comment
2. XFC Dimond Dolls
3. Swearing in Troops to the army
4. Ace National Athem
5. Danny Martinez vs. Justin Goodall
6. Hulk Hogan Enters the arena
7. Johnny Gual vs. Eddie Hernandez
8. Vet Tribute and Hulk Hogan Shoot Out
9. Lee Greenwood sings
10. Frank Santore vs. Tony Hervey
11. Hulk Hogan
12. Dave Yost vs. Anthony Sabia
13. Seth Baczynski vs. Jordan Pergola
14. Greg White from the Tampa Bay Buccaners interview
15. Jessie Lawrence vs. King David Bollea (who is Hulk Hogan's nephew, Hulk watches closely at ringside)
16. Kid Dynamite w/ Urijah Faber vs. Jim Ramsey
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*MMA XFC Salute to Armed Forces 4- 6/28/08 


1. Preview of the Main Event Fight
2. Dustin Heard vs. Farkhad Sharipov
3. Billy Colon vs. Robert Turner
4. Shoot Out for the US Army Birthday
5. Cortlandt Savageau vs. Haki Lee
6. Jeffrey Mansir vs. Matt Juncal
7. Clifton Weston vs. Lorenzo Borgomeo
8. Interview with Greg White from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
9. Vince Austin vs. David Yost
10. Antonio Grant vs. Mikey Gomez
10. John Mahlow vs. Eben Oroz (Light Weight Title)

**Shoot interview with Doug Sommers
**Guest Booker with Greg Gagne
**Hybrid Wrestling  Unfinished Business
***IWC- Newville Knockout IV 8/16/08

Here is a list of our new titles!!
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Shoot Interview with Doug Sommers  NOW ON SALE!!!

Doug Sommers is a name synonymous with wrestling and "e;Pretty Boy"e; sat down with RF VIDEO to go on record about his glorious career. Breaking into the industry at the tender age of nine years old with the help of Harley Race, Sommers learned the art of wrestling the hard way and worked his way up the ladder in all the territories. Amarillo. Dallas. Minneapolis. Mid South. Florida. Anywhere and everywhere, and Sommers has tales to show for it as he talks about working with, and for, some of the biggest names wrestling has ever produced. Terry Funk. Verne Gagne. The Von Erichs. Dusty Rhodes. Captain Redneck Dick Murdoch. Leroy McGuirk. The Gilberts. The Guerreros. Bill Watts. Calling all wrestling historians, this is one interview that shouldn't go under the radar.
 
Many of us fondly remember Doug from his days in the AWA and of course he spent a long time talking about his time in Gagne's Minnesota based promotion. "e;Pretty Boy"e; gives one backstage story after another that have never been heard on camera before. The Iron Sheik. The Midnight Rockers (Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty). Larry Zybsko. Greg Gagne. Curt Hennig. Scott Hall. Nick Bockwinkel. One name after another and no serious AWA fan should consider their collection complete without this incredible shoot. To top it off, Sommers gives his favorite road stories with his partner Buddy Rose and their manager Sherri Martel. In a word, this DVD is fun. It was fun to conduct and, for fans, it is fun to watch.

How did you get into the business
Is it true that you did ring crew as a teenager for Mid Atlantic Championship Wrestling
Did the boys ever let you into their inner circle
Did any of the guys give you an extra hard time since you were young
How big was kayfabe back then
Did anyone mentor you
Is it true that Harley Race trained you
Any good road stories
How did you wind up starting to train
You refereed for awhile, memories of that
What helped you as a referee that you used later on to become a good worker
Who taught you how to bump and psychology
What was the training like
When did you realize you were ready
Can you talk about paying your dues back then
Memories of early matches against Danny Miller
Memories of your first match
Was it harder or easier to be taken seriously by the boys who knew you as a ring crew kid
Memories of working for Leroy McGuirk
Was he a fair booker
Memories teaming with Ron MacFarlane
Memories of matches with the Gilberts
Did you see potential in Eddie
Memories of matches with Hector Guerrero
Memories of Japan tours
Memories wrestling in Georgia
Memories teaming with Bobby Shane
Memories of matches with Alexis Smirnoff
Any good road stories
Memories of Ole Anderson
Memories of matches with Buzz Sawyer
Why do you think you weren�t pushed hard in Georgia later in your career
Memories of Jim Barnett
Memories of Gordon Solie
Memories of Dusty Rhodes
Memories of Thunderbolt Patterson
Do you think Dusty stole his gimmick
Memories of wrestling a young Bob Orton
Memories of Andre the Giant
Memories of Mr. Wrestling 2
Memories of Tommy Rich
Memories of working the Florida territory
Good road stories
Memories of working for Bill Watts
Thoughts on Bill
Any good road stories
Memories of Porkchop Cash
Memories of working Central States
Memories of Bob Geigel
Were the payoffs as bad as they say
Memories of Ric Flair
You wrestled in Memphis, thoughts on Lawler as a promoter and booker
Thoughts on Jerry Jarrett
Memories teaming with Randy Rose in Memphis
Larry Zbysko talked once about wrestling you in a match in the AWA where you shit your pants. Is that true?
Memories wrestling in St Louis
Thoughts on Sam Muchnick
Memories of wrestling a young Kevin Sullivan
Most fans of this generation remember you from the AWA, how did you wind up in the AWA
Who�s idea was it to team you with Buddy Rose
Did you know you had good chemistry right away
Memories of Sherri Martel managing you
Was there ever any romance between you and her
The AWA was hot at the time you came in, why do you think it failed
Initial memories of Verne
Some people say Verne never even watched his own product, true
Was there a disconnect between the younger guys and the veterans
How hot do you think the AWA could have been
Memories of your first matches with the Rockers
Did you guys know you had something
What made them so good
Shawn has talked about being crazy and immature back then, do you agree
The Nasty Boys said in their shoot that they�d watch your matches as they did ring crew, do you remember them
Thoughts on Greg Gagne
Memories of WrestleRock and the videos
Memories of a young Scott Hall
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Memories of your classic ESPN bloodbath against the Rockers
Why do you think that match is still remembered today as a classic
Were you surprised when WWE put it out on a DVD
Thoughts on Shawn�s success
Do people recognize you today from that DVD
Has the DVD opened up the door for more bookings, etc
Did the WWE ever contact you and Buddy about doing an angle with Shawn
Memories of Bruiser Brody
Buddy Rose did an interview and said that he and Col. Debeers had better matches with the Rockers than you and he did. Your thoughts?
What are your thoughts overall on Buddy
Were you surprised that Shawn and Marty came back
Memories of matches with Hall and Hennig
Memories of Nick Bockwinkel
You disappeared for a little while after you lost the titles. Where did you go
How did you wind up back in the AWA teaming with Soldat Ustinov
Were you surprised that Verne called
What led to you finally leaving
How did you wind up in WCW in the early 1990s
Was it hard to not have a big role at that time
Why do you think you didn?t get a bigger push
When did you finally retire and why
What do you do for a full time living these days
Favorite and least fav guys to work with
Who did you think would have really made it big and didn�t and vice versa
Who was your favorite tag team partner
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
Do you enjoy doing the nostalgia shows
Thoughts on the lack of kayfabe today
Do you still have a passion for the business
What do you miss most and least about being a full time wrestler
 
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Guest Booker with Greg  Gagne

Gagne, Crockett, Watts, Jarrett, Barnett.  The biggest names behind the scenes in pro wrestling sat in a room in 1984 with one mission...beat Vince.

Months of talent raids and interceptions of TV agreements stripped the territories of their power, and it was time to fight back.

But egos, skullduggery and divided interests destroyed the final attempt at preserving the system.  Now our Guest Booker, Greg Gagne, details the secret meetings, the interactions, and the fiasco that was Pro Wrestling USA.

Through the magic of Guest Booker, we travel back and take another shot at consolidating the wrold of wrestling.

National TV, dozens of wrestlers, the cooperation of all the territories.  Can that get it done?

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Hybrid Wrestling  Unfinished Business  BRAND NEW DVD

Main Event- Stretcher Match
1. Johnny Gargano Vs Starless

Hybrid Championship Tournament - Pink Bracket
2. Vincent Nothing Vs Jake Crist Vs Shawn Blaze

Hybrid Championship Tournament - Pink Bracket
3. Marion Fontaine Vs Sami Callahan Vs Johnny Cockstrong

Hybrid Championship Tournament - 2nd Round
4. Marion Fontaine Vs. Johnny Cockstrong
5. Vincent Nothing Vs. Jake Crist

Hybrid Championship Tournament - 3rd Round
6. Marion Fontaine Vs. Jake Crist

7. Myke Quest Vs Brian Lyndon

8. Dave Logan Vs Jason Bane

8-Man Tag Elimination Match
9. Team Taylor (Billy Taylor, Christian Faith, Flip Kendrick, & Robert Paulson)
Vs
Team Myers (Russ Myers, Dave Cole, Luis Diamante, & Eric Ryan)

10. Morty Rackem Vs Chris Cronus
Featuring the controversial uncensored incident in it's entirety.
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Iwc Newville Knockout  BRAND NEW DVD

Detailed Description 
IWC World Heavyweight Title Match
Dennis Gregory vs Ricky Reyes

IWC Tag Team Title Match
Secual Harassment vs The Gambino Brothers

Fabulous John McChesney vs Jake The Snake Roberts

Babyface Fire vs Motorcity Machine Guns

Jimmy Demarco vs Ian Jordan

Johnny Gargano vs Michael The Bomber Facade

Balls Hot Trou Lords vs Logan Shulo
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Shoot Interview with Mike Modest

We sat down with Michael Modest for nearly 3 hours in our latest shoot interview. Mike breaks his silence after 10 years about the situations with The Beyond The Mat Movie & The Secrets of Pro wrestling TV Special. Mike openly discusses his career as well as his future in the business, friends, drugs, women, and everything in between!

How he broke into the business
His influences
NBC Exposed
Beyond The Mat
Thoughts on Rowland Alexander
Being a WWF job guy
His time in Japan for Pro Wrestling NOAH
His time in WCW
Thought on drug use in the business
Thought on Chris Benoit

AND MUCH MORE!


Run Time: 2:45
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 can also get autographed copies of the Kurt Angle shoot today, but hurry we only have a limited # of autographed copies!!!

We have released a ton of new DVD's today
**BRAND NEW 2008 Kurt Angle shoot interview
**Brand New 2008 Adam Bomb  Bryan Clark
**MCW Shane Shamrock Tournament Night 2
**Shoot Interview with Mike Modest
**Shoot Interview with Ballard Brothers

We are selling our entire Japan wrestling video library.  There is over 1000 videos from the 70's thru the 90's.  This collection is direct from Japan and it features every New Japan, All Japan, FMW, All Japan Women, Wings, IWA, Gaea, and every other wrestling company over there.  The collection has basically every TV show complete from the 80's and 90's so if your a Japanese wrestling fan now is your chance to get everything from Japan all at once.  E mail us at feinsteind@aol.com as we are asking for $5000.  This was the private collection of Chris Zavisa who wrote for the Pro Wrestling Torch.  He was not missing any shows at all and if you want to own history this is your chance, because nobody had a better collection than Chris.  We purchased his library in 2001 but now we are ready to pass it on to anyone who might want to own the best Japanese collection of videos.  Once you get this you will own history!!


Stevie Richards will be at Signamania 3 in Levittown PA from 11 until 2PM with RF VIDEO.  You can meet and greet the ECW original at our merchandise table.  Pictures and autogrpahs will be $15 each!!!  THis is your time to meet the true leader of the BWO live and in living color.

 

RF VIDEO is very happy to be apart of the new Internet Radio show, Who's Slamming Who.  We have a feature on there every week.  I try to update it with the latest news of the week and throw in some RF VIDEO plugs.  I have been told our segments are one of the most popular ones to listen to.  YOu can listen to our segment by clicking here.....
http://www.fanslamwrestling.com/
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RF VIDEO 2008 Shoot of all shoots with Kurt Angle  NOW ON SALE

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

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

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Shoot Interview with Bryan Clark formally Adam Bomb  NOW ON SALE

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RF VIDEO is working on our newest documentary "e;Mouth Piece"e; which is going to take a look at all of the top wrestling managers from the 70's until now!!!  This movie takes a inside look at the greatest managers of all time.  Here are just a few of the names that will be in this new film.  Lou Albano, Bobby Heenan, Tammy Sytch, Francine, Slick, Oliver Humperdink, Gary Hart, Mr Fuji, Jimmy Hart, Jim Cornette, JJ Dillon, Bill Alfonso and so many more!!!

Adam Bomb, the Nightmare of Nuclear Armageddon. Wrath, charter member of Blood Runs Cold. Member of Kronik, a tag team with an infamous track record. Now it�€™s time to meet the man behind these historic characters as Bryan Clark decided it was time for once and for all to set the record straight in RF VIDEO�€™s latest exclusive shoot interview! Clark is out of the wrestling business for good and was able to finally exercise some long held demons in this exhaustive shoot that covers his entire career from starting at the Power Plant through his well remembered runs in WCW and WWF.
 
Clark has surprisingly been all around the wrestling landscape and has plenty of tales, including what it was like to work for Jim Cornette in Smokey Mountain Wrestling as the Nightstalker. Onward to New York, Clark explains in great detail about how the Adam Bomb character was created and exactly what input he had. You�€™ll get the inside scoop on how Clark got along with his manager (Raven) as well as thoughts on each member of the Cliq. Hold on to your hats for this one, as Clark has no problem at all describing his intense disgust at some of the actions of Scott Hall, HBK, and Sean Waltman. Of course you�€™ll also get Clark�€™s unique perspective on all of his major programs in the Fed as well his thoughts on all the big stars of the locker room. Owen Hart, Randy Savage, and Jim Ross are just three of the many names who are discussed in full detail.
 
After WWE, Clark made his way down south to Atlanta and we are privy to all the details of his meetings with Eric Bischoff. Who came up with the Wrath gimmick? What did Clark think about the Blood Runs Cold team and his push with Mortis? How was Scott Hall in WCW compared to WWE? You�€™ll get shockingly candid stories on Bam Bam Bigelow, Chris Candido, and Kevin Sullivan as well his thoughts on all the big WCW names including Flair, Luger, Nash, Sting, Shane Douglas and more. And we mean everyone as even Tank Abott gets his turn in the fire.
 
After WCW folded, Clark eventually made his way back to New York as part of Kronik. You�€™ll get all the details on what, if anything, had changed in WWE since he left as well. How did Clark like working with Stevie Richards? How did Brian Adams�€™ death change how Clark saw the world? This is one shoot DVD that goes all across the emotional gamut from intense to mournful as we stripped all of the face paint and gimmicks off Bryan Clark and revealed the man beneath.

How did you break into the business
Were you a fan of the business before you broke in
Thoughts on Ox Baker
How difficult was the training
Did you train with anyone else
How much training did you do at the Power Plant
Batista had unflattering words about Buddy Lee in his book, what are your thoughts on Buddy Lee
How did you wind up in the AWA
Initial impressions of Verne
How quick did it fold after you arrived
How frustrating was tha t
How did you wind up in WCW
You replaced Scott Hall at Starrcade, how did you find out you were debuting
Were you ready
Memories of the match and teaming with Rick Steiner
How did you get the name the Nightstalker
Was it hard to live up to expectations in WCW
Why did you leave so quick
How did you wind up in SMW
Thoughts on Cornette
Did you learn a lot from Cornette
Were you disappointed to win and lose the SMW title the same night
Memories of Tracy Smothers
Memories of traveling with Paul Orndorff
Memories of working with Kevin Sullivan
Memories of working for Herb Abrams UWF
How did you wind up in the WWE
Initial memories meeting Vince McMahon
Did he make big promises to you
How did the Adam Bomb gimmick come about
Was there another choice
Did you like it
How were you accepted by the locker room
Thoughts on Scott Levy managing you
Thoughts on being managed by Harvey Whippleman
Memories of Hogan from this time
Memories of Bret Hart
Memories of Shawn Michaels
Memories of the Clique
Memories of the weekend the Clique allegedly went on strike
Was Vince a little more humble back then since business was down
Was it hard to wrestle with those contact lenses
Did you have any fears that Scotty?s heat would fall onto you
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I heard you once tell a story about what some people did to Scotty?s cane
Memories traveling with Scotty
Memories of matches with the 123 Kid
Memories of matches with Kwang
Memories of your first big match at Survivor Series
Memories of Randy Savage
Memories of your matches with Earthquake
Memories of matches with Yoko
Memories of Owen Hart
Memories of matches with Lex Luger
Were you made any promises for high profile jobs like putting20Mabel over at the first IYH
Why do you think you weren?t pushed harder
How bad were the politics
What turned you off to being in the WWF
What led to you leaving
Was it a difficult decision
Did you know already have a deal with WCW
How did the WCW deal come about
Initial impressions of Eric Bischoff
Who?s idea was the Wrath gimmick
Did you like it
Did you know karate
Memories of being paired with Mortis and Vandenberg
Are you surprised Kanyon came out of the closet
Why do you think the gimmick didn?t take off
How bad were the politics in WCW at this point
Memories of matches with Glacier
Memories of matches with Ernest Miller
Memories of matches with the Faces of Fear
Was Hogan any different in WCW than the WWF
Was it frustrating not having a big program
What would you have done to get the gimmick over
How did you w ind up tearing your ACL
Was it a blessing in disguise considering you?d return with a new gimmick
How did the whole Kronik idea and name come about
Did you already know Brian
Who came up with the name and gimmick
Thoughts on the politics being played by the NWO
Why do you think you guys clicked
Did you know right away you guys had something
How involved were you in the music and entrance
Once you started getting over, did politics come into play
Did you ever have to confront anyone in the locker room
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When you guys made your debut and destroyed Luger and Flair, was there resistance from Luger and Flair to put you guys over so strong
How different were things when Russo took over
Compare Russo to Bischoff
Memories of matches with Shane Douglas and Buff
Memories of your feud with the Natural Born Thrillaz
Which of those guys would you think would make it and didn?t and vice versa
Was it tough ever getting a fair shake with guys like Hogan and Nash around
Thoughts on Sting
Memories of wrestling Tank Abbott
I once heard an interview where you said you only still speak to one person in TNA. Who and why
Who did you lose respect for in WCW and why
How did you find out that the company was being sold
Memories of the final Nitro
What happened with your final match in WCW against Luger and Buff. Some people say Luger and Buff made a mockery of the whole thing.
How did you wind up back in the WWE
Were you for or against the move
Did you and Vince talk about past differences
How had Vince changed
What were you promised this time
Were you surprised they let you guys debut so strong
How disappointed were you to get beaten in your first big match against Kane and Taker
Was there an us vs. them mentality in the locker room with the WWE guys towards WCW guys
What happened following the match at Unforgiven
In hindsight should you have stayed
What were your thoughts when you were given Stevie as a manager
Do you think it was unfair to blame you guys for the match at Unforgiven
Did you get any feedback from Jim Ross
Do you think you were set up to fail
Are you upset about how your career ended

Do you think you should have retired before working with Goldberg and Muta
What do you do now to make a full time living
How did you hear about Bryan?s death
How hard did you take it
Were you guys still close
Can you talk about some fun road stories with Bryan
Do you still watch wrestling
Thoughts on UFC and comparisons to pro wrestling
Do you want to write a book
Fav and least fav guys to work with
Fav ribs and road stories
Any chances of coming back
Thoughts on the lack of kayfabe today
Do you still have a passion for the business
What do you miss most and least about being a full time wrestler
 
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Doug Somers shoot interview 2008   BRAND NEW

Doug Sommers is a name synonymous with wrestling and “Pretty Boy” sat down with RF VIDEO to go on record about his glorious career. Breaking into the industry at the tender age of nine years old with the help of Harley Race, Sommers learned the art of wrestling the hard way and worked his way up the ladder in all the territories. Amarillo. Dallas. Minneapolis. Mid South. Florida. Anywhere and everywhere, and Sommers has tales to show for it as he talks about working with, and for, some of the biggest names wrestling has ever produced. Terry Funk. Verne Gagne. The Von Erichs. Dusty Rhodes. Captain Redneck Dick Murdoch. Leroy McGuirk. The Gilberts. The Guerreros. Bill Watts. Calling all wrestling historians, this is one interview that shouldn�t go under the radar.
 
Many of us fondly remember Doug from his days in the AWA and of course he spent a long time talking about his time in Gagne�s Minnesota based promotion. “Pretty Boy” gives one backstage story after another that have never been heard on camera before. The Iron Sheik. The Midnight Rockers (Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty). Larry Zybsko. Greg Gagne. Curt Hennig. Scott Hall. Nick Bockwinkel. One name after another and no serious AWA fan should consider their collection complete without this incredible shoot. To top it off, Sommers gives his favorite road stories with his partner Buddy Rose and their manager Sherri Martel. In a word, this DVD is fun. It was fun to conduct and, for fans, it is fun to watch 

How did you get into the business
Is it true that you did ring crew as a teenager for Mid Atlantic Championship Wrestling
Did the boys ever let you into their inner circle
Did any of the guys give you an extra hard time since you were young
How big was kayfabe back then
Did anyone mentor you
Is it true that Harley Race trained you
Any good road stories
How did you wind up starting to train
You refereed for awhile, memories of that
What helped you as a referee that you used later on to become a good worker
Who taught you how to bump and psychology
What was the training like
When did you realize you were ready
Can you talk about paying your dues back then
Memories of early matches against Danny Miller
Memories of your first match
Was it harder or easier to be taken seriously by the boys who knew you as a ring crew kid
Memories of working for Leroy McGuirk
Was he a fair booker
Memories teaming with Ron MacFarlane
Memories of matches with the Gilberts
Did you see potential in Eddie
Memories of matches with Hector Guerrero
Memories of Japan tours
Memories wrestling in Georgia
Memories teaming with Bobby Shane
Memories of matches with Alexis Smirnoff
Any good road stories
Memories of Ole Ande rson
Memories of matches with Buzz Sawyer
Why do you think you weren?t pushed hard in Georgia later in your career
Memories of Jim Barnett
Memories of Gordon Solie
Memories of Dusty Rhodes
Memories of Thunderbolt Patterson
Do you think Dusty stole his gimmick
Memories of wrestling a young Bob Orton
Memories of Andre the Giant
Memories of Mr. Wrestling 2
Memories of Tommy Rich
Memories of working the Florida territory
Good road stories
Memories of working for Bill Watts
Thoughts on Bill
Any good road stories
Memories of Porkchop Cash
Memories of working Central States
Memories of Bob Geigel
Were the payoffs as bad as they say
Memories of Ric Flair
You wrestled in Memphis, thoughts on Lawler as a promoter and booker
Thoughts on Jerry Jarrett
Memories teaming with Randy Rose in Memphis
Larry Zbysko talked once about wrestling you in a match in the AWA where you shit your pants. Is that true?
Memories wrestling in St Louis
Thoughts on Sam Muchnick
Memories of wrestling a young Kevin Sullivan
Most fans of this generation remember you from the AWA, how did you wind up in the AWA
Who?s idea was it to team you with Buddy Rose
Did you know you had good chemistry right away
Memories of Sherri Martel managing you
Was there ever any romance between you and her
The AWA was hot at the time you came in, why do you think it failed
Initial memories of Verne
Some people say Verne never even watched his own product, true
Was there a disconnect between the younger guys and the veterans
How hot do you think the AWA could have been
Memories of your first matches with the Rockers
Did you guys know you had something
What made them so good
Shawn has talked about being crazy and immature back then, do you agree
The Nasty Boys said in their shoot that they?d watch your matches as they did ring crew, do you remember them
Thoughts on Greg Gagne
Memories of WrestleRock and the videos
Memories of a young Scott Hall
Memories of your classic ESPN bloodbath against the Rockers
Why do you think that match is still remembered today as a classic
Were you surprised when WWE put it out on a DVD
Thoughts on Shawn?s success
Do people recognize you today from that DVD
Has the DVD opened up the door for more bookings, etc
Did the WWE ever contact you and Buddy about doing an angle with Shawn
Memories of Bruiser Brody
Buddy Rose did an interview and said that he and Col. Debeers had better matches with the Rockers than you and he did. Your thoughts?
What are your thoughts overall on Buddy
Were you surprised that Shawn and Marty came back
Memories of matches with Hall and Hennig
Memories of Nick Bockwinkel
You disappeared for a little while after you lost the titles. Where did you go
How did you wind up back in the AWA teaming with Soldat Ustinov
Were you surprised that Verne called
What led to you finally leaving
How did you wind up in WCW in the early 1990s
Was it hard to not have a big role at that time
Why do you think you didn?t get a bigger push
When did you finally retire and why
What do you do for a full time living these days
Favorite and least fav guys to work with
Who did you think would have really made it big and didn?t and vice versa
Who was your favorite tag team partner
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
Do you enjoy doing the nostalgia shows
Thoughts on the lack of kayfabe today
Do you still have a passion for the business
What do you miss most and least about being a full time wrestler


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NOW ON SALE!!!! MCW SHANE SHAMROCK CUP 2008 Night 2

1. Pelle Primeau vs. Devon Moore vs. Ruckus vs. Derek Frazier
2. The Real Rehobeth Beach Crew vs. The New Rehobeth Beach Crew
3. Mitch Franklin vs. Champ Champaign
4. The Best Around vs. Ryan McBride & Teddy Stigma
5. The Bruiser vs. Danny Doring (Loser Leaves Town Match)
6. The Ghetto Mafia vs. Adam Flash & Corporal Punishment
7. Christian York vs. Delirious
8. Christian York vs. Ruckus
9. Shamrock Cup Finals: Rhett Titus vs. Claudio Castagnoli vs. Devon Storm vs. Joey Matthews vs. Derek FRzier vs. Josh Daniels

 


Here is a list of all of our new DVD's that we have in stock and ready to ship.  They all came in stock this week!!
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Shoot Interview with Terri Runnels: Finally, The Horny She-Devil sits down for an interview. Terri opened up to her fans for 3.5 hours while enjoying a full bottle of wine and a plate of cheese. Here was a list of questions we used going into the interview with Terri Runnels. I would say 95% of these questions were asked/covered and of course there were follow up questions to her answers that are not in the description below.

Shoot Interview with Van Hammer: How did you first discover pro wrestling and what led to you training to wrestle? Who came up with the Van Hammer gimmick? How did you get hired by WCW so early in your career? Memories of your debut against Terry Taylor on the Clash of Champions? Thoughts on Kip Frye? What was your opinion of the "e;Best Match"e; bonus he gave to wrestlers for big events? Memories of Dusty Rhodes as booker? Your feelings when Bill Watts replaced Kip Frye and were you familiar at all with Watts prior to WCW? Watts was known as being very hard on the boys - did you ever experience that firsthand? Were you surprised when WCW fired Watts? Memories of the Falls Count Anywhere match against Cactus Jack in WCW? Did you ever suspect Mick Foley would end up the huge star that he eventually became? Thoughts on Foley's books, if you've read them. Memories of the arm wrestling feud with Vinnie Vegas and did you ever think Kevin Nash would go on to become a star of his magnitude? After leaving WCW, you never really popped up anywhere else on the national scene - did you attempt to get a WWF/E or ECW deal? Why is it you haven't tried to work the indy scene? What led to your WCW return in the late 1990s? You were obviously familiar with Raven from his run as Scotty Flamingo in the early 1990s in WCW. How had he changed over the years? Memories of The Flock, positive or negative? Initial thoughts on Vince Russo and Ed Ferrara? Memories of the Misfits in Action gimmick? Is it true you argued against the Private Stash nickname in WCW because you wanted a higher military rank? Do you think it was a mistake to turn Booker T into GI Bro? Why did you pretty much opt to retire at that point? You helped train Mark and Jay Briscoe when they were first breaking into the business - thoughts on their work and their success? Could you see they were going to be stars when they first started training?

Classic Memphis Wrestling- 70s Arena Footage:
1. Jerry Lawler vs. Bobo Brazil
2. Tojo Yamamoto & Jerry Jarrett vs. Al Greene & Phil Hickerson
3. Lou Thesz vs. Don Kent
4. Tojo Yamamoto & Jackie Fargo vs. Al Greene & Phil Hickerson
5. Tojo Yamamoto & Jackie Fargo vs. Big Bad John & John Grey
6. Bearcat Brown & Joey Rassi vs. Don Kent & Chris Gallagher (Dutch Mantel)
7. Bobby Mayne & Charlie Fulton vs. George Gulas & Rufus R. Jones
8. Jerry Lawler vs. Jackie Fargo
9. Jerry Lawler, Lou Thesz & Sam Bass vs. Eddie Marlin, Tommy Gilbert, & Ricky Gibson
10. The Sheik vs. Steve Kovac
11. Mr. Wrestling II vs. Jerry Lawler
12. Sam Bass, Duke Myers & Court Drummer vs. Jerry Lawler, Eddie Marlin & Tojo Yamamoto
13. Don Greene vs. Billy Spears
14. Don Greene Interview
15. Jackie & Roughouse Fargo vs. Luke Graham & Dan Duffy
16. Jackie & Roughouse Fargo vs. Chris Colt & Bill Dundee
17. Bearcat Brown & Phil Hickerson vs. Ron & Don Bass
18. Al Greene & Phil Hickerson vs. Ron & Don Bass
19. Al Greene & Phil Hickerson vs. Ron, Don & Sam Bass
20. Ron Fuller vs. Rufus R. Jones
21. Fuller Interview
22. Dick the Bruiser vs. Ron Fuller
23. Mongolian Stomper vs. Dennis Condrey
24. Mongolian Stomper Interview
25. Mongolian Stomper vs. Bob Armstrong
26. Jackie Fargo vs. Jerry Lawler
27. Tojo Yamamoto & Tommy Rich vs. Phil Hickerson & Dennis Condrey
28. Mongolian Stomper vs. Rocky Johnson
29. Phil Hickerson & Dennis Condrey vs. Tojo Yamamoto & Bill Dundee
30. Tommy Rich vs. Jerry Lawler
31. Mongolian Stomper & Jerry Lawler vs. Jackie Fargo & Rocky Johnson
32. Mongolian Stomper vs. Jerry Lawler
33. Mongolian Stomper Interview
34. Interviews with Hickerson & Condrey, The Fargos & Bounty Hunters

Classic Memphis Wrestling- Jerry Lawler vs. Andy Kaufman:
1. Kaufman Wrestles a Woman
2. Lawler Pushes Kaufman
3. Kaufman Sues Lawler
4. Kaufman Gets Ready For Lawler
5. Andy Kaufman vs. Jerry Lawler
6. Andy Vows to Leave Memphis
7. Kaufman Returns
8. Kaufman & Hart Interview
9. Lawler & Kaufman Video Package
10. Kaufman Challenges Lawler
11. Andy Kaufman & Colosssus of Death vs. Jerry Lawler
12. Kaufman puts a Bounty out on Lawler
13. Andy Turns on Hart
14. Kaufman asks for Help
15. Andy Double Crosses Lawler
16. Lawler Burns Kaufman
17. Helpful Hints
18. Phone Interviews with Andy
19. Boxing/Wrestling Handicap Match
20. Andy Interview
21. Jerry Lawler vs. Andy Kaufman 2

Classic Memphis Wrestling- Strangest Matches & Wildest Brawls:
1. Tupelo Concession Stand Brawl: Blonde Bombers vs. Jerry Lawler vs. Bill Dundee
2. Judges Match: Buzz Sawyer vs. Lou Thesz
3. Brawl: Fabulous Ones vs. The Moondogs
4. Bunkhouse Match: Austin Idol vs. Stan Hansen
5. Man & Midget Mixed Tag: Jimmy Hart & Billy the Kid vs. Roy Rodgers & Tiny Tom
6. Jim Cornette & Jimmy Hart vs. Jerry Lawler
7. Hector Guerrero vs. Jimmy Valiant (Ropes break in the middle of the match)
8. Parking Lot Brawl: Eddie Gilbert vs. Jerry Lawler
9. Texas Death Match: Big Red & Ricky Morton vs. Sonny King & Buddy Wayne
10. 1st EVER Scaffold Match: Jerry Jarrett vs. Don Greene
11. Manager vs. Midget: Downtown Bruno vs. Karate Kid
12. Boxing Match: Tony Burton vs. Tojo Yamamoto
13. Renegade Cyclone Stampede: PY Chu Hi, Mike Masters, Frankie Lancaster, Action Jackson, The Grappler, Humongous (Sid)
14. Tupelo Concession Stand Brawl 2: Eddie Gilbert & Rick Morton vs. Masa Fuchi & Atsushi Onita
15. Man & Woman Mixed Tag: Bill Dundee & Suzet Ferreirra vs. David Oswald & Wendi Richter
16. Empty Arena Match: Terry Funk vs. Jerry Lawler

OMEGA: Uncommon Passion: This extensive documentary will take you through the lives of a group of young men who all possessed an uncommon passion and their amazing story of how they realized their dreams to make it to the big time showcase of the WWE. Exclusive interviews and bonus matches from the OMEGA library never before released on DVD!

In 1997 a group of young men in the Carolinas set out to establish a promotion that would be "e;the next big step in the evolution of professional wrestling,"e; bringing together American style, Japanese strong style and Mexican lucha libre. The promotion was called OMEGA (Organization of Modern Extreme Grappling Arts). What began as a group of friends wanting to wrestle by their rules ended as being one of the most inspirational stories in wrestling history.

OMEGA: Uncommon Passion tells the story of the passion of the men who created the legacy of OMEGA: Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy, Shannon Moore, Shane Helms, Joey Matthews, Christian York, Jason Ahrndt, Cham Pain, Steve Corino, Otto Schwanz and more! Hear them reminisce about their experiences, the blood, sweat and tears. See for the first time on DVD the legendary matches that have inspired a generation of young wrestlers worldwide.

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup 2007:
1. Krazy K vs. Scott Commodity
2. Seth Delay vs Billy Roc
3. Chris Hero vs Trik Davis
4. Nooie Lee vs Erick Stevens
5. Chasyn Rance vs Chi Chi Cruz
6. Adam Flash vs Sideshow
7. TJ Mack vs Bruce Santee
8. Matt Cross vs Sal Rinauro
9. Matt Cross vs. Bruce Santee
10. Adam Flash vs. Chasyn Rance
11. Erick Stevens vs. Chris Hero
12. Krazy K vs Billy Roc
13. Krazy K vs Chris Hero
14. Matt Cross vs Chasyn Rance
15. Chris Hero vs. Matt Cross

IWC- Ellsworth Basebrawl 7/5/08:
1. IWC Heavyweight Championship: Dennis Gregory VS Delirious
2. Dunk Tank Match: Sexual Harassment & Babyface Fire vs The Family
3. For IWC Super Indy Title Shot: Super Hentai vs Larry Sweeney
4. Shark Boy vs Bubba the Bulldog
5. The Best Around vs Motor City Machine Guns
6. “Fabulous” John McChesney vs Ricky Reyes
7. Micheal Facade vs Jason Bane
8. Josh Abercrombie vs Christian Able
9. CJ Sensation vs Logan

IWC- No Excuses IV 8/2/07:
1. IWC Super Indy Championship: Jerry Lynn vs Super Hentai
2. IWC Tag Championship TLC Match!: Babyface Fire vs Sexual Harassment
3. Ray Rowe vs Jason Bane
4. Ricky Reyes vs Fabulous John McChesney
5. Michael Facade and Jake “The Snake” Roberts vs Hollywood Balds
6. The Best Around vs The Gambino Brothers
7. CJ Sensation vs Logan Shulo

GEAR Wrestling- First Gear 3/21/08:
1. Jay Briscoe vs Chris Jones
2. Roderick Strong vs Seth Delay
3. Mark Briscoe vs Nooie Lee
4. The Lifeguards vs Shane Hagadorn & Ernie Osirus
5. Jigsaw vs Moonshine McCoy
6. Nigel McGuiness vs Sal Rinauro
7. Larry Sweeney vs Erick Stevens
8. Delirious & Austin Aries vs Kenny King & Austin Amadeus

GEAR Wrestling- Overdrive 4/25/08:
1. Sal Rinauro & Chasyn Rance vs. Seth Delay & Aaron Epic
2. Austin Amadeus vs. Kyle Matthews
3. Jon Davis vs. Jigsaw
4. Roderick Strong & Jay Briscoe vs. Nooie Lee & Chris Jones
5. Kory Chavis vs. Erick Stevens
6. The Lifeguards vs. Jason Blade & Moonshine McCoy
7. Austin Aries vs. Kenny King

Pro Wrestling Riot- Reload 11/16/07:
1. FIP World Heavyweight Title Triple Threat Match: Roderick Strong vs. Erick Stevens vs. Ray Beez
2. Fetish (of D.I.K.) vs. Mister Saint Laurent
3. Chasyn Rance vs. Joshua Masters
4. Jack Evans vs. Jerrelle Clark
5. Bruce Santee & Sideshow vs. 991 Inc.
6. Jon Davis vs. Jaison Moore
7. Kory Chavis vs. Eddie Taurus
8. Kenny King vs. Sedrick Strong
9. Amy Vitale Was Banned From Ringside: The Lifeguards vs. Scott Commodity & Austin Andretti

Pro Wrestling Riot- Starting a Riot 10/20/07:
1. FIP Dlorida Heritage Title Match: Erick Stevens vs. Bruce Santee
2. Joshua Masters & Sedrick Strong (of D.I.K.) w/ Fetish vs. Chasyn Rance & Mr. Saint Laurent
3. Four Way Fray: Jack Evans vs. Jerelle Clark vs. Jon Davis vs. Jaison Moore
4. Hardcore Match: Ray Beez vs. Sideshow
5. Kenny King vs. Eddie Taurus
6. Logan Fernandez Demon Toro
7. Scott Commodity & Austin Andretti w/ Amy Vitale vs. The Lifeguards

Pro Wrestling Riot- It's Personal 4/12/08: 1. Amy Vitale's VIP Gauntlet: Featuring Austin Andretti, Lou The Fixer, Myles Long & Shayne Swift 2. Jon Davis vs. Sedrick Strong 3. Heartbreak Express vs. The Lifeguards 4. Anything Goes Match: House of M's Damballah (w/ George Martel) vs. Eddie Taurus 5. Kenny King vs. Jaison Moore 6. Bumz 'R Us (Ray Beez & Mr. Milo Beasley) vs. Team Vision (Chasyn Rance & Mr. Saint Laurent) 7. Loser Leaves Town Tag Team Tables Match: 911 Inc. (Kory Chavis & Francisco Ciasto) vs. Bruce Saint & Sideshow

PWG- 1.21 Gigawatts:
1. Brandon Bonham vs. Nemesis
2. Candice LeRae vs. LuFisto
3. Claudio Castagnoli vs. Chris Hero
4. PWG Tag Titles: The Dynasty (Scott Lost & Joey Ryan w/Jade Chung) vs. El Generico & Kevin Steen
5. DD4 Qualifier Elimination Match: Hook Bomberry & TJ Perkins vs. Ronin & Scorpio sky vs. Los Luchas (Phoenix Star & Zokre) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson)
6. Intergender Street Fight: Human Tornado & LuFisto vs. Chris Hero & Candice LeRae

PWG- It's a Gift, and a Curse:
1. Kitty World Order Debut Match: Hello Kitty vs. Kuromi
2. Bino Gambino vs. Nemesis
3. DDT4 Qualifying Match: Hook Bomberry & TJ Perkins vs. Ronin & Scorpio Sky
4. Claudio Castagnoli vs. Scott Lost
5. Joey Ryan & Super Dragon - Street Fight
6. Brandon Bonham vs. Nick Jackson
7. Tokyo GURENTAI (Mazada & Nosawa) vs. Los Luchas (Phoenix Star & Zokre)
8. Chris Hero vs. Roderick Strong

PWG- It's It, What Is It?:
1. Scott Lost vs. Mikey Nicholls
2. Hook Bomberry vs. Scorpio Sky
3. Candice LeRae (c) vs. Joey Ryan
4. Brandon Bonham vs. Davey Richards
5. Austin Aries vs. El Generico
6. Triple Threat Number One Contender Match: Jack Evans vs. Chris Hero vs. Necro Butcher

PWG- DDT 4 Night One:
1. Hook Bomberry vs. Nemesis
2. 2.0 (Jagged & Shane Matthews) vs. Los Luchas (Phoenix Star & Zokre) - DDT4 First Round Match
3. Candice LeRae vs. TJ Perkins
4. The Dynasty (Scotty Lost & Joey Ryan) vs. El Blazer & KAGETORA - - DDT4 First Round Match
5. Austin Aries vs. Jay Briscoe
6. PWG Tag Team Title Match: El Generico & Kevin Steen (c) vs. Davey Richards & Super Dragon - - DDT4 First Round Match

PWG- DDT 4 Night Two:
1. Los Luchas (Phoenix Star & Zokre) vs. Jack Evans & Roderick Strong - DDT4 Semi-Final Round Match
2. Austin Aries vs. Davey Richards
3. PWG Tag Team Title Match: El Generico & Kevin Steen (c) vs. El Blazer & KAGETORA - DDT4 Semi-Final Round Match
4. Jay Briscoe vs. Necro Butcher
5. The Dynasty (Scott Lost & Joey Ryan), Hook Bomberry & TJ Perkins vs. 2.0 (Jagged & Shane Matthews), Candice LeRae & Scorpio Sky
6. PWG Tag Team Title Match: El Generico & Kevin Steen (c) vs. Jack Evans & Roderick Strong - DDT4 Final Round Match

The Best of OVW- Future Stars: OVW (Ohio Valley Wrestling) is a regional wrestling promotion/training facility in Louisville Kentucky. Through its training agreement with the World Wrestling Federation, OVW develops future superstars for the major league. Here's YOUR chance to see the men who may become the next superstars in the WWE, and discover why the wrestling action in OVW is regarded by wrestling insiders as the finest independent level grappling in the industry today!

1. Hardcore Match: Flash vs. B.J. Payne (warning: extreme violence)
2. Nick Dinsmore vs. Rico Constantino
3. Disciple of Synn with Synn vs. Minnesota Stretching Crew (Brock Lesnar & Shelton Benjamin)
4. Hardcore Match: Randy Orton vs. Mr. Black
5. Rico Constantino vs. Randy Orton
6. Disciples of Synn & Leviathan vs. Nick Dinsmore, The Damaja & Trailer Park
7. Handicap Match: Leviathan (Bautisa) vs. Sean Casey & Chris Michaels
8. Randy Orton vs. Rico Constantino
9. Ironman Rob Conway vs. Machine
10. Flash & Rico Constantino vs. Nick Dinsmore & Randy Orton
11. Interview: Kenny Bolin & Rico Constantino
12. Nick Dinsmore vs. Machine
13. Disciples of Synn vs. Rico Constantino & The Prototype (John Cena)
14. The Damaja & Ironman Rob Conway vs. Rico Constantino, The Protype & Mr. Black
15. Interview with Bolin Services (Disciples of Synn attack)
16. Rico Constantino attack the producers of Wrestling Gold

TNA Wrestling- Slammiversary 2008:
1. King of the Mountain Match for the TNA World Title: Samoa Joe (c) vs. Booker T vs. Robert Roode vs. Christian Cage vs. Rhino
2. Grudge Match: Kurt Angle vs. AJ Styles
3. TNA World Tag Team Titles: LAX (c) vs. Team 3D
4. X Division Title Match: Petey Williams (c) vs. Kaz
5. The Marriage of "e;Black Machismo"e; Jay Lethal & SoCal Val
6. The Return of Abyss

WWF Insurrextion 2002:
1. Triple H vs. Undertaker
2. Steve Austin vs. The Big Show
3. Intercontinental Championship Match: Eddie Guerrero vs. Rob Van Dam
4. Hardcore Championship Match: Booker T vs. Steven Richards
5. Bradshaw vs. X-Pac
6. Hardy Boyz vs. Shawn Stasiak & Brock Lesnar
7. European Championship Match: Spike Dudley vs. William Regal
8. Jazz & Molly Holly vs. Trish Status & Jacqueline

WWF Insurrextion 2003:
1. WWE Women's Champion Jazz vs. Trish Stratus
2. WWE Intercontinental ChampionChristian vs. Booker T
3. WWE World Tag Team Champions Rob Van Dam & Kane vs. La Resistance (Sylvain Grenier & Rene Dupre)
4. Goldust vs. Rico
5. Bubba, D-Von, & Spike Dudley vs. Rodney Mack, Teddy Long, & Christopher Nowinski
6. Scott Steiner vs. Test
7. World Heavyweight champion Triple H vs. Kevin Nash in a street Fight

WWF Invasion 2001:
1. Inaugural Brawl: Booker T., Diamond Dallas Page, Rhyno & The Dudley Boyz vs. Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Undertaker & Kane
2. Bra & Panties Match: Lita & Trish Status vs. Torrie Wilson & Stacy Keibler
3. Hardcore Championship: Jeff Hardy vs. Rob Van Dam
4. Tajiri vs. Tazz
5. Big Show, Billy Gunn & Albert vs. Kanyon, Hugh Morrus & Shawn Stasiak
6. William Regal vs. Raven
7. Cruiserweight & Light Heavyweight Championships: Billy Kidman vs. X-Pac
8. WWF & WCW Tag Team Championship: APA vs. Sean O'Haire & Chuck Palumbo
9. Nick Patrick vs. Earl Hebner
10. Mike Awesome & Lance Storm vs. Edge & Christian

WWF The Rock- Just Bring It: The Rock, the most electrifying man in sports-entertainment, brings it to you! Just Bring It! epitomizes how The Rock feels about life. Whatever the challenge, he always says... Just Bring It!

It's time to go one-on-one with the "e;Great One"e;! Includes highlights from his most significant matches of the past year (June 2000-August 2001). Follow The Rock on the road and get insight into the dedication and attitude that make him one of the best the World Wrestling Federation has ever seen. Then go behind the scenes of the filming of Universal Pictures' The Scorpion King starring The Rock. When it's all over, you'll understand why The Rock says... Just Bring It!

XPW- Best of the Black Army: When XPW Owner and CEO Rob Black needed an elite group to help him maintain control of his company, he formed The Black Army. This Tape Features Matches Including:

Johnny Webb, The Messiah, Vic Grimes, Angel, Kraq, Kronus, Lizzy Borden and Abdullah the Butcher as they take on Sabu, Vampiro, New Jack, Pogo the Clown and other threats. Plus, Terry Funk joins the Army to battle Sabu for the world title, and two years later returns to challenge The Army and try and end Webb's World Title reign!

XPW- Go Funk Yourself:
1. XPW World Title Match:Sabu vs. Terry Funk
2. King of the Deathmatch:Supreme with Kristi Mystvs.The Messiah with Lizzy Borden
3. Johnny Webb with Jessicavs.Homeless Jimmyvs. Kronus
4. "e;I Quit"e; Match:Kid Kaos vs. Steve Rizzono
5. Pogo The Clown vs. NOSAWA
6. "e;Loser Leaves XPW"e; Match: Tracy Smothers vs. Kid Kaos

XPW- Hostile Takeover:
1. Shane Douglas vs. Terry Funk (XPW World TItle Match)
2. Supreme vs. Angel (King of the Deathmatch)
3. MMW vs. The New Panthers
4. "e;Rock Superstar"e; Kaos vs. Chris Hamrick (XPW TV-Title Match)
5. Plus: Bonus Matches Little Guido vs. Vic Grimes vs. Altar Boy Luke
6. Super Crazy vs. Psicosis
7. Chris Chetti vs. The Juice


Speculation continues that Joey Mercury (Matthews) (Adam Birch) will be returning to WWE by January. Joey cut an in ring promo at a recent MCW (Maryland Championship Wrestling) show "e;announcing"e; that he was returning to WWE, but in exchanges with myself and friends he suggested that the MCW announcement was or may have been a "e;work"e;. The only thing that can be confirmed is that he is not taking Independent bookings after 1-1-09. Read into that what you will. Certainly Mercury would be an asset to WWE and why he has not already been offered an opportunity at TNA is a mystery as he would add star power and experience to the TNA X Division and lockeroom. Quite a while ago Joey had a "e;try-out"e; in a TNA PPV "e;dark match"e; teaming with Johnny Swinger against the Motor City Machine Guns in a very good match, but it lead no where for him nor Swinger. Mercury was released from WWE for a wellness violation. He has been "e;clean"e; since. Joey lives in Louisville, KY where he has been active in OVW since it ceased being a WWE Development Promotion.
 

Former TNA star Konnan filed a lawsuit against TNA several months ago and it consisted of two parts. It's being reported that the copyright infringement part of the lawsuit has been dismissed "e;with prejudice."e;

 
TNA Superstar AJ Styles was scheduled to travel with The Motor City Machine Guns to Mexico for the CMLL "e;Super Viernes"e; event on August 29, but had to be canceled last minute by TNA and be replaced by Sonjay Dutt. Due to his busy TNA schedule, Styles had been delaying surgery to remove several impacted wisdom teeth. In a recent match with Samoa Joe he was kicked in the mouth which exacerbated the situation as infection set in, leading to intense pain. Styles had the teeth removed Tuesday, 9-2-08, and should miss no further events, but has been replaced by Dutt again on the CMLL 75th Anniversry Show on September 16 at Arena Mexico.

The TNA team of Dutt & the Machine Guns defeated Ultimo Guerrero, Atlantis, & Negro Casas on August 29, giving Team TNA two straight victories over CMLL teams in Mexico. On September 16, Dutt and the Machine Guns again face Ultimo Guerrero, Atlantis & Negro Casas with the CMLL Trios Title on the line.


Mick Foley and WWE part ways
Written: September 3, 2008

Three-time WWE Champion Mick Foley allowed his contract with WWE to expire on August 31, 2008. WWE and Foley have mutually agreed to sever businees ties at this time as the former SmackDown announcer pursues other opportunities.the deal is a combination deal with both TNA and Spike TV where Foley would more than likely get a television project with the network similar to the deals Kurt Angle and Bill Goldberg had with the network.

There was already talk within TNA of having Foley debut immediately, while others felt it would be best to hold off until the Bound For Glory PPV on October 12 in Chicago or on TV building up the company's biggest event of the year. The feeling is that Foley could deliver a late promo that would add buys as opposed to a situation where he would appear on TV first and lessen the impact of his first appearance. Foley had negotiated with TNA back in 2005 before the company's debut on Spike TV and was to have the role that was eventually given to Sting. He had verbally agreed to a deal, told Vince McMahon, McMahon wasn't happy and then offered him a bigger deal to stay. Foley has stated that their relationship was never the same ever since.

Foley stated recently that he was happy with his final appearance on WWE TV with Edge and liked the idea of Tazz taking over giving Matt Striker a break on ECW. While he was glad he gave announcing a try, he realized it didn't turn out to be something he enjoyed that much and was happy that many fans enjoyed his match calling with Michael Cole and Jim Ross. He also added quote, "e;The past three years were frustrating at times, but they were absolutely great years in terms of quality of life, and along the way I did some promos and matches, as well as (wrote) `The Hardcore Dairies,’ that I’m really proud of. Believe me, having `The Foley Contract,’ as it’s been come to be called, was a pretty fortunate thing."e;

While sources have stated that Foley was on better terms with Vince McMahon when his deal expired this week, McMahon ordered to have Foley pulled from the new THQ "e;Legends of WrestleMania"e; video game. There was also a lot of talk about if Foley going to TNA will kill any chances of him being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in the future. While the feeling is that he won't be put in while he is on TV for the opposition, most are certain he will be put in down the line when the company is scrambling for top names to put in and that he may have already left the business for a few years by that point.

The "e;InsideSTL"e; radio show in St. Louis featured WWE's Mickie James on their radio show earlier this morning and mentioned during the end of the interview that upon typing her name into a search engine, nude photos came up that were taken many years ago and before she had joined WWE.

They asked if the photos really were of her. James' response to the question is quite amusing as she stumbles to find a way to answer the questions without giving a "e;yes"e; or "e;no"e; answer. Someone from WWE also ended the interview abruptly after this question was brought up

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