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RF VIDEO has a major shoot interview this week coming up.  This one took us even by suprise!!

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

RF VIDEO is set to conduct a brand new shoot next week with a huge superstar!!!

RF VIDEO has put on sale today 2 Brand new shoots with John Nord and the Wayne Bloom and Mike Enos!!
Shoot with John Nord now on sale!!!

Nord the Barbarian, AKA the Bezerker, one of wrestling's most well remembered gimmick wrestlers. RF Video was able to talk to the man behind the Viking helmet, John Nord, in a brand new exclusive shoot DVD! Fans of wrestling in the '80s are going to love this interview as Nord was around all the major territories and every single big name in the business. Verne Gagne's AWA. Fritz Von Erich's World Class Championship Wrestling. Vince McMahon's World Wrestling Federation. World Championship Wrestling. Touring Japan. Nord crisscrossed the wrestling world and has lived to tell about the amazing world of entertainment mixed with excess, instant gratification, and debauchery.
Nord talked about working with a greenhorn Jake Roberts and being ribbed by Dusty Rhodes in the early stages of career. Anyone who watched the Spectacular Legacy of the AWA is going to be fascinated as Nord talked about growing up with Curt Henning and Road Warrior Hawk along with why he didn't get along with Nick Bockwinkle. Do you remember Wrestlerock? John does, and he gave us the inside scoop on that unforgettable moment in wrestling history.
We were able to get Nord to open up on whose idea it was to pattern himself after Bruiser Brody and also got John to talk about meeting Brody in Japan. Why did Brody walk out of a New Japan tag tournament and what was it like to be ribbed while working against Antonio Inoki? Was Brody seriously considering jumping the rail at WrestleMania I? Nord answers these and many other questions, such as: why Nord left the AWA and no showed his match with Bockwinkel on the same night Hennig won the strap, what it was like to work in Portland, and why he went to Texas to work in World Class. We grilled Brody on various Von Erich questions, including whether it was true that he refused to put Kevin over at the David Von Erich Memorial Show.
The subject of Brody weaves throughout the interview as he was such an important man in Nord's career. John talked about a confrontation between Brody and the Ultimate Warrior in World Class, and how Warrior held that against Nord later in the WWF. Nord discussed the plans he and Brody had for the future and the horrible phone call he received from Barbara Gooding explaining what happened in Puerto Rico. For the first time ever, Nord explains why he didn't go to Brody's funeral.
Just an amazing interview that covers the gamut of wrestling history. How did the AWA change during his runs in Minneapolis. How Nord got into the WWF and why he changed his name from Viking to Berzerker. What it was like to work a program with the Undertaker. How the Iron Sheik got fired. All of this and so much more, heck, we haven't even discussed Nord's run in WCW! You won't want to miss this great new release!

Howd you get started
Was the training more difficult than you thought
Initial impressions of Bill Watts
Is he a bully as some say
Did he ever get on you about anything
Was it a lot of pressure as a rookie to work for him
Did you like it there
Memories of wrestling a young Shawn Michaels
Memories of matches with Butch Reed
Memories of matches with Duggan
Is it true you had a brief gimmick as a Bible thumper
Memories of teaming with Jake Roberts
Memories of wrestling Steve Williams
Memories of Skandor Akbar
Memories of touring for New Japan
Memories of Inoki
How did you wind up going to Verne
What were your initial impressions of Verne Gagne
Some say he was out of touch with his product, agree or disagree
Memories of your first match
Memories wrestling Jimmy Garvin
The AWA was hot at the time you came in, why do you think it failed
Did anyone mentor you early on
Memories of Rick Martel
You actually wrestled Rick Steiner on a couple of shows in WI very early in his career, do you remember the matches
Memories of wrestling Larry Hennig
Memories of the Freebirds
As a rookie, who did you ride with
Memories of wrestling Billy Robinson
Did he try and get cute with you
Memories of Tom Zenk
Whos idea was it to give you the Barbarian gimmick in the AWA
Memories teaming with the Mongolian Stomper
Memories of matches with Curt Hennig
Memories of matches with the Road Warriors
Did they have a problem selling for you
Do you think that more money could have been made with you and those guys
Memories of a young Scott Hall
Memories of working with a young Leon White
Memories of Stan Hansen
Did anyone ever give you a hard time about having a similar gimmick to Bruiser Brody back then
Memories of the first time you met Brody
Who's idea was it to make you a team
Memories teaming with him
What is some of the best advice Brody gave you early on in your career
Bockwinkel and Heenan both say he was bad for business in the AWA because hed hold Verne up or change finishes, what do you think
Memories of your series with Nick Bockwinkel
Was the AWA real political when it came to guys doing jobs
Memories of Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty
Memories of Sherri Martel
Memories wrestling Mad Dog Vachon
Memories of Wrestlerock
Memories of the Wrestlerock Rumble video
Memories of wrestling Ray Stevens
With the mix of really older vets and younger guys in the AWA did you ever have a situation where an older guy complained about you being too stiff
Curt Hennig subbed for you the night he won the AWA title. Was there a reason you werent in the match or just part of the story
You left around this time, how come
Did you leave on good terms
How did you wind up in Portland
Memories of Don Owens
Memories of Billy Jack
Memories of Scott Levy
Was it hard going from a top company to a smaller territory
How did you wind up in World Class
Thoughts on Fritz
How out of control were the Von Erich boys
Was the party scene in general crazy
Was it hard to work with the Von Erichs
You worked with Kevin a lot, memories of the matches
Memories of being managed by Gary Hart
Memories of wrestling Brody in World Class    
Memories of teaming with Abdullah the Butcher
Memories of a young Ultimate Warrior
Is it true you refused to put Kevin over at the David Memorial Show
How come you left after that match
How did you find about Brody's murder
How hard did you take it
Do you think the guys should have done more to testify at the trial who were there
You went back to the AWA, how did Verne react when you first called
Were you shocked at how much the company had declined since your last run
How did you get the Yukon gimmick
Did you like it
Memories teaming with Scott Norton
Did you ever think to yourself "e;I gotta get out of here."e;
Memories of wrestling Yokozuna in the AWA
How did you wind up in the WWE
Initial impressions of Vince
Initial impressions of the locker room\
With your size, were you promised a run with Hogan when you came in
How political were things at this time in the WWE
How crazy was the party scene
Who came up with the Viking
Did you like it
How come do you think so many people gave you gimmicks, where it looked like the Barbarian gimmick was a success in the AWA and seemed like a no brainer in other places
Did guys complain you were too stiff
Why the change in name to the Berzerker
Any good Iron Sheik stories
Memories of opening the shows against Steamboat
Did Steamboat want you two to steal the show in the openers
Memories of matches with Davey Boy Smith
How come you guys never peaked your feud at Wrestlemania
Were you ever victim to an Owen Hart rib
Memories of your run with Snuka
Memories of the 1992 Royal Rumble which some argue is the best of all time
Why do you think you never really were pushed in the mains consecutively
How did things change when Vince was indicted
Memories of your series with Undertaker
Thoughts on Fuji as your manager
Who did you ride with
Memories of matches with Bob Backlund
How did the Ultimate Warrior change in the WWE as compared to when you knew him previously
Do you think all of the guys who say he was crazy were all jealous or are sincere
Why do you think you never got the top push in the WWE
Do you think that they were afraid they couldn't control you
Did you ever refuse to do a job there
How did you wind up leaving
Did you leave on good terms
How did you wind up in All Japan afterwards
Did you like it
Did you like the change of style
Was it hard to adjust after a few years in the WWE to the All Japan style
Thoughts on the Babas
Fav matches in Japan
Compare Inoki and Baba
How did you wind up in WCW
Initial impressions of WCW
Did you know Eric from the AWA days
How political was WCW
Whos idea was it to give you the streak
Memories of working with Goldberg
Thoughts on Hogan as compared to the Hogan in the WWE you knew
Memories teaming with Barry Darsow
Memories of Wrestlewar
Why did you wind up leaving
Why did you wind up retiring
Is it tough working in life after wrestling
What do you miss most about it
Thoughts on all of the recent media coverage involving the Benoit family tragedy
What are your thoughts on all of the deaths of the past few years and which in particular hit you hardest
How is your body physically
Could you still be a draw today
Where do you think Brody's career would have taken him by 2007
Do you think he would have had a run in the WWE
What do you think of the lack of kayfabe today in the business
Are you interested in writing a book
In your career who did you find was overrated and underrated
What do you do today
Favorite matches you had
Do you enjoy conventions, signings
Any good road stories, ribs
Shoot with the Beverly Brothers Now on sale

One of the AWA's legendary tag teams, Wayne Bloom and Mike Enos, -The Minnesota Destruction Crew ? sat down with RF Video for a new shoot interview to cover their entire career. Some may know them as the Beverly Brothers in the WWF, and both Wayne and Mike talked about what it took to survive, and thrive, in the cut throat conditions within the major promotions.
This is a great DVD for anyone who was a fan of the AWA, enjoyed good tag team wrestling, or just likes hearing a good story about some of the most colorful characters in the business as Bloom and Enos worked with them all. In a nice treat, Bloom and Enos covered how they met, broke into the business, and became tag team partners. Forget Tough Enough, you'll get the real story on what it takes to get into the wrestling business and what they had to do to develop their noteworthy promos. All the names you loved in the AWA, such as Verne Gagne, the Midnight Rockers, and Tom Zenk, get their due in this entertaining shoot!
The boys also made their way to World Championship Wrestling and give their thoughts on grizzled veteran Ole Anderson along with explaining the major differences between the AWA and WCW. Bloom and Enos recount their first tour of Japan and what it was like to work with Muto and Chono in their primes. We also got both men to describe how they got into the WWF and we were told a great rib they played on Vince McMahon himself. Did they enjoy being managed by John "e;Coach"e; Tolos or Lanny Poffo? What did they think about their matches against the Road Warriors? What was it like to work in Wembley Stadium? What exactly was it like working the grueling WWF road schedule and why were they never given the tag straps? The answers to all these questions, and many more, are available in this latest new release!

How did each of you get started
What do you each remember about your early days on the indys
What were each of your goals when you got in the business
Initial impressions of each other
What were your initial impressions of Verne Gagne
Some say he was out of touch with his product, agree or disagree
Memories of Johnny Valiant
Memories of Wendy Richter
Memories of teaming with Manny Fernandez
Memories of Tom Zenk
Memories of matches with the Top Guns
Memories of Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty from here
Was Marty as crazy as people say
Did any of the vets mentor you guys
How come Mike never talked in interviews
Did you guys remember Eric Bischoff from this time and if so, thoughts
Memories of Scott Norton
Was it hard to work with the older guys who may have been a little slower in the ring like Baron Von Rachke and Ken Patera
Whos idea was it to give you guys the tag belts
During this time did you guys put feelers out anywhere else
Was there a lot of politics there between Greg Verne and Zbysko
Do you think if Verne moved away from the older guys on top who were past their primes and built strictly around young fresh faces like you guys he would have done better
Memories teaming with Tully Blanchard
Memories of going to New Japan
Thoughts on the locker room
Memories of working with Chono and Muto in their primes
When you went to work for WCW as the Minn Wrecking Crew, was this done through the AWA offices, were you still under an AWA contract
Did you guys feel limited by the masks
Did you find that most fans knew who you guys were
How did the locker room receive you guys
Thoughts on Ole Anderson
Memories of matches with the Steiners
How come you guys left WCW so fast
Did your association with Ole help or hurt in the end as far as politics go
How did you wind up in the WWE
At some point did the two of you make a pact either early or mid way through your career as a team to stick together
Who was the captain of the team as far as calling matches
Initial impressions of Vince
Initial impressions of Hogan
Who did you guys ride with up there
Were you guys ribbed or initiated in the beginning by anyone
Was it hard to adjust to the crazy travel schedule
Did you like the Beverly Brothers gimmick
Thoughts on John Tolos
Did he help mentor you guys in any way
How come you guys were switched from him to Poffo
Thoughts on Lanny Poffo
Thoughts on Lanny recently speaking out against drug abuse in wrestling
Do you think you guys were anchored by having Lanny as your manager who was never seen as a top manager or top guy by the fans
Memories of matches with the Road Warriors
What do you remember about a house show match with the Bushwackers in Canada where they started a faggot chant that caused some controversy?
Memories of matches with the Bushwackers
Thoughts on teaming with the Nasty Boys in the Survivor Series
Thoughts on matches with the Rockers
Did you think Shawn would break out as he would later do
You actually teamed with Shawn on a Raw show, thoughts on working with him as a team
Was there a lot of pressure for the top tag spot with so many teams on the roster
Memories of WWE matches with the Steiners
Did they work as stiff here as they did in WCW
How crazy was the party scene at this time, early-90s
Memories of your first Wrestlemania
Memories of matches with Money Inc
At some point you guys went from being pushed to being used almost as an enhancement team, why do you think that was
Thoughts on the Ultimate Warrior
Memories of matches with the Natural Disasters
What was it like to be a WWE superstar during this time period
Were you guys ever under the impression youd be getting the belts
Wayne you left and went into semi-retirement and Mike you stayed, how did that all come about
You guys were reunited in WCW, how did that come about
Was it frustrating to be used primarily as an enhancement team
How unorganized was WCW
Memories of working with the NWO
Memories of matches with High Voltage
How political was the situation in WCW
Thoughts on all of the recent media coverage involving the Benoit family tragedy
How are your bodies physically
Are you surprised tag team wrestling has virtually disappeared
Either of you interested in writing a book
What makes a great match
What makes a great angle
What makes someone a good worker
What do you each do today
How much do you miss it
Favorite matches you guys had
Do you guys enjoy conventions, signings
Any good road stories, ribs

Sean Radican from Pro Wrestling Torch has some great reviews up this week on our shoots with Kim Page and Kevin Nash...
and Kevin Nash

RF VIDEO is taking bookings for Eugene and Sandman. If you are a promoter looking to book either of them contact us at   I just want to clear up something that was brought to our attention today. A website did not list our name but clearly was talking about RF VIDEO when they said we were not taking bookings for Sandman and people should be warned.  We are in fact taking bookings for the Sandman.  In the future I wish that wrestling "e;journalists"e; should maybe E mail us if they have any questions so they do not print false stories that just make their own site look non credible.  I love the site as they do a great job, but they should have contacted RF VIDEO before printing that article.

Best of Deathmatch Wrestling Vol. 5- Double Death: History was made when the IWA Mid South held the first ever in the U.S. tag team death match tournament. In order to win the match, participants had to eliminate both members of the opposing team. All the death match stars are here on this one and with tag matches its twice as crazy as your normal death match tournaments. You?ll see lots of craziness as you would expect on this show including someone being set on fire which is one of the craziest things ever caught on tape! Fans of wrestling are in for a really special surprise when "e;Best of Deathmatch Wrestling - Double Death Tag Team Team Tournaments"e; takes it to the next level of extreme! "e;DDTTT"e; was shot on location in Plainfield, IL.

"e;Double Death Tag Team Tournament"e; features insightful commentary, replays of the violence and backstage interviews after the matches. You won't believe your eyes!

Sexxxy Eddy & Jagged vs. Mitch Ryder & Chuck Taylor
Drake Younger & Ian Rotten vs. Diehard Dustin Lee & Vortekz -Tables, Ladders, Chairs & Lighttubes Steel Cage Match
Necro Butcher & Toby Klein vs. Hugh Rogue & Chuey Martinez -Barbed Wire Boards & Bar Room Brawl
Insane Lane & Freakshow vs. Dysfunction & Corporal Robinson - Taipei Death Match
Mad Man Pondo & 2 Tuff Tony vs. Jacob Ladder & Darin Childs -Electrified Light tubes
Drake Younger & Ian Rotten vs. Necro Butcher & Toby Klein - Fans Bring The Weapons
Mad Man Pondo & 2 Tuff Tony vs. Dysfunction & Corporal Robinson -Fans Bring The Weapons
2 Tuff Tony & Mad Man Pondo vs. Necro Butcher & Toby Klein -No Rope Barbed Wire, Caribbean Spider Web Death Match

UWA Hardcore- UWA VS. Toryumon Night 1 5/25/07:
1. Dan Paysan VS. Daisuke Hanaoka
2. Arik Cannon VS. Hiromi Horiguchi
3. Larry Sweeney VS. Passion Hasegawa
4. UWA Lightweight Title Match: Lionel Knight VS. Amigo Suzuki
5. Claudio Castagnoli VS. Toshiya Matsuzaki
6. Triple Threat Match: Chris Sabin VS. Bryan Lee VS. Sonjay Dutt
7. UWA Canadian Title Match: Josh Prohibition VS. Alex Shelley VS. M Dogg 20
8. Special Attraction Main Event: Jushin "e;Thunder"e; Liger & Puma VS. Ultimo Dragon & Kazuchika Okada
UWA Hardcore- Darkest Hour 4/27/07:
1. Maxime Boyer VS. Dan Paysan
2. Larry Sweeney VS. Josh Abercrombie
3. Ricky Reyes VS. Asylum
4. M Dogg 20 VS. Derek Wylde
5. UWA Tag Team Title Tournament Match 1: Up In Smoke VS. The Olsen Twins
6. UWA Tag Team Title Tournament Match 2: Murder City Machine Guns VS. Ring Crew Express
7. UWA Lightweight Title Match: Lionel Knight VS. Tyler Black
8. Sonjay Dutt & Osiris VS. Josh Prohibition & Bishop
UWA Hardcore- Reign of Vengeance 3/23/07:
1. Chris Sabin VS. Asylum
2. North Star Express VS. Rip Impact & Matt Bison
3. Triple Threat Match: Delirious VS. Arik Cannon VS. Josh Abercrombie
4. Ring Crew Express VS. Up In Smoke
5. Derek Wylde VS. Phil Atlas
6. UWA Grand Prix Title Match: Sonjay Dutt VS. Bishop
7. UWA Lightweight Title Match: Alex Shelley VS. Lionel Knight
8. UWA Canadian Title Match: Josh Prohibition VS. Dan Paysan
Shoot with Ronnie Gossett: Ronnie Gossett was one of the most recognizable faces of the Memphis and Tennessee territories. He has seen the ups and downs and the stars that make them great. In this interview Ronnie talks about how he got started in wrestling and who broke him into the territories at the tender age of 14.

Ronnie is very open about his views on Memphis and the people that made it so successful. He has very interesting things to say about many of the stars of today and yesterday such as: Jerry Lawler, Shawn Michaels, Undertaker, Bill Dundee, Jeff and Jerry Jarrett, Steve Austin, Vince McMahon, Tommy Rich, Harley Race, the Poffo family and many more!!! You will not believe some of the stories Ronnie has about the people listed above and many more.

Ronnie also shares his views on wrestling in today's business, drug use in wrestling, and religion in wrestling. This interview is so open, you will not believe some of the things you hear in this shoot. Ronnie Gossett has spent most of his life in the wrestling business and now he wants to share his story with you.


Did you order the Scott Hall shoot yet?  If you order right now you will secure your spot in our first shipment that we send out when we release this shoot of a life time.  After 14 years of waiting here is a sneak preview of our Scott Hall shoot interview that is now on sale.

Speaking of shoots we have some major shoots coming up with some huge names.  When Worlds Collide is coming soon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Here is a list of all of our new titles that we just added to the site this week!!!

Iron + Steel
July 28, 2007 - Philadelphia, PA
- Zack Maguire vs. JC Ryder
- Team P.I.T. vs. Bloodline
- Z-Barr vs. Devon Moore
- Number One Contender's Match:  Joey Matthews vs. Trent Acid
- PWU World Championship:  Too Cold Scorpio (c) vs.  "e;Psycho"e; Sid Vicious
- The Bosom Buddies vs. The Best Around
- 3 Way Dance: Luke Hawx vs. Eddie Kingston vs. John McChesney
- Lucky vs. Detox
- Steel Cage Match:  Messiah vs. Adam Flash
- Steel Cage Match w/ Platforms:  PWU Tag Team Championship:  SAT vs. All Money Is Legal (c)

PWG's March 24, 2007 event featuring PWG Champion El Generico against Christopher Daniels plus more great bouts!

Joey Ryan vs. TJ Perkins
Alex Shelley vs. Rocky Romero
Kevin Steen vs. Ronin
Scorpio Sky vs. Topgun Talwar
Scott Lost vs. Chris Sabin
Davey Richards vs. SHINGO
Human Tornado vs. Disco Machine
PWG Title: El Generico vs. Christopher Daniels

PWG's March 10, 2007 event featuring new PWG Champion in action plus more great bouts!

Disco Machine vs. Frankie Kazarian
Chris Bosh & Scott Lost vs. Franky the Mobster & Kevin Steen
Ronin vs. TJ Perkins
Phoenix Star vs. Nemesis
Joey Ryan vs. Topgun Talwar - Tuxedo Match
Karl Anderson vs. Colt Cabana
Claudio Castagnoli vs. Rocky Romero
PWG Title: El Generico vs. Davey Richards

PWG's All Star Weekend 4, Night 1 (April 7, 2007) event featuring  PWG Champion El Generico vs. UK's PAC plus more great bouts!

Disco Machine vs. NOSAWA
Rocky Romero vs. Roderick Strong
Human Tornado vs. Claudio Castagnoli
Kikutaro vs. Matt Classic
Kevin Steen vs. Jack Evans
Joey Ryan, Scott Lost, Chris Bosh & Karl Anderson vs. Frankie Kazarian, TJ Perkins, Ronin & Topgun Talwar
Kaz Hayashi vs. Alex Shelley
Low Ki vs. Davey Richards
PWG Title: El Generico vs. PAC

PWG's All Star Weekend 4, Night 2 (April 8, 2007) event featuring  Samoa Joe vs. Low Ki plus more great action!

Kevin Steen vs. Joey Ryan - No DQ Match
TJ Perkins, Rocky Romero & Ronin vs. Lil' Cholo, NOSAWA & Karl Anderson
Davey Richards vs. Chris Hero
Colt Cabana & Topgun Talwar vs. Kikutaro & Disco Machine
Claudio Castagnoli vs. Alex Shelley
Kaz Hayashi vs. PAC
Roderick Strong & Jack Evans vs. Scott Lost & Chris Bosh
PWG Title: El Generico vs. Human Tornado
Samoa Joe vs. Low Ki
Shoot Interview with PG 13

At one time the tag team of PG-13, Wolfie D (Kelly Wolfe) and JC Ice (Jamie Dundee), were young ambitious athletes looking to take the wrestling world by storm. Now we have these two together again and All Grown Up. Months ago brought you the highly entertaining Jamie Dundee shoot interview. This time we brought Jamie back with his former parnter and a full case of beer.

Topics ranging from drugs, sex, violence, and a little wrestling get discussed when these guys tell of the wild times they had as a team. Much like the Jamie Dundee shoot, this one gets wild in a hurry when Jamie pops the top of a fresh one and talks about any and everything on his mind!! No topic, no company, no former boss, NO ONE is safe when these guys get going.

This DVD got so out of control we had to keep the camera's rolling and make it a two disc set. This double disc also has bonus features including Jamie and Wolfe going one on one in a chain match from early in their career. This one is a must for your DVD collection!
Empty Arena Wrestling Volume 1

Top wrestlers from around the country converge to compete in "e;The Empty Arena Wrestling Challenge."e;  It's not about the fans, it's about pride!  An all star lineup of grapplers battle it out to prove they're the best!

Elix Skipper & Psycho Simpson vs. David Young & Sonny Siaki
Jesse Ortega vs. Brad Attitude
Sonny Siaki vs. Gary Tartabul
Elix Skipper vs. Roberto Delgadillo
Psycho Simpson vs. David Young
Elix Skipper & Psycho Simpson vs. David Young & Sonny Siaki
David Young & Sonny Siaki vs. Mike Preston & Luke Johnson
Matt Stryker vs. David Young
Sonny Siaki vs. Mike Preston
Elix Skipper vs Tim Thompson
J.T. Stahr vs. Brad Attitude
David Young & Chad Collyer vs. Chris Steen & Eric Stajan
Elix Skipper, Psycho Simpson & Destroyer vs. David Young, Chad Collyer & Sonny Siaki
David Young & Sonny Siaki vs. J.T. Stahr & Tommy Pearl
Empty Arena Wrestling Volume 2

Top wrestlers from around the country converge to compete in "e;The Empty Arena Wrestling Challenge."e;  It's not about the fans, it's about pride!  An all star lineup of grapplers battle it out to prove they're the best!

Elix Skipper vs. Lance Hoyt
Elix Skipper & Scotty Matthews vs. Lance Hoyt & Tim Thompson
Matt Stryker & Scotty Matthews vs. Sonny Siaki & David Young
Psycho Simpson vs. Low-Ryda
Matt Striker vs. Nick Berk
David Young & Sonny Siaki vs. Ray Lloyd (Glacier) & Eric Stajan
Elix Skipper, Matt Stryker & Jimmy Thunder vs. Poker, Bryan Green & Patrick Gerlach
Sonny Siaki vs. Ricky Santiago
Iceman vs. Low-Ryda
Elix Skipper vs. Nick Berk
Sonny Siaki vs. Eric Stajan
Elix Skipper vs. Poker
Elix Skipper & Scotty Matthews vs. Eddie Guapo & Low-Ryda
Scotty Matthews vs. Lance Hoyt
Empty Arena Wrestling Volume 3

Top wrestlers from around the country converge to compete in "e;The Empty Arena Wrestling Challenge."e;  It's not about the fans, it's about pride!  An all star lineup of grapplers battle it out to prove they're the best!

Lance Hoyt vs. Matt Sharpe
Nigel McGuiness, Matt Stryker & Desire vs. David Young, Chad Collyer & Sonny Siaki
Nick Berk vs. Z-Barr
Nigel McGuiness vs. Boogalou
Niguel McGuiness vs. Chad Collyer
Nick Berk vs. C.W. Anderson
Nigel McGuiness vs. Z-Barr
Elix Skipper vs. Brad Attitude
Brad Attitude, Bounty Hunter & Z-Barr vs. Elix Skipper, Ray Lloyd (Glacier) & Scotty Matthews
Elix Skipper vs. Z-Barr
Nick Berk vs. Chad Collyer
Desire vs. Chad Collyer
Nigel McGuiness & Matt Stryker vs. Boogalou & Low-Ryda
Nigel McGuiness vs. Sonny Siaki

Scott Hall will go down in the books as one of the most entertaining and compelling shoot interviews in the history of RF Video. Hall's passion for the wrestling business comes alive right from the beginning when talking about his memories of breaking in the business and working for Jim Crockett as a rookie. Those who know Scott know that there are very few short answers as Scott goes in depth with his answers to all of our questions. He literally was giving two or three extra stories while answering one question. Scott's memory of recalling all the events throughout his career is amazing to witness. Hall remembers every little detail and had no trouble sharing those experiences without holding anything back. What you will love about Scott is how he wears his heart on his sleeve as he talks honesty about himself. This is a man who has no problem taking responsibility for his actions that others may have found controversial. This exclusive shoot interview is a combination of interesting road stories and compelling answers to questions that spanned from his salad days in Florida as a greenhorn all the way to his current comeback in Puerto Rico.
Some of the many highlights of the interview include: Scott talking about the break Barry Windham gave him early on his career; being ribbed in Kansas City by two of the territories biggest stars, how he reacted, and the surprising reaction he got from Harley Race; Hall's run in the AWA, who helped him during that time, and who tried to sandbag him early on in matches; the lessons he learned wrestling Bruiser Brody early on; the influence that Curt Hennig, Larry Zbysko, and Dusty Rhodes had throughout his career; what he learned from Verne Gagne and the strange way that the meeting went in which he gave Verne his notice; how he wound up in WCW and how the Diamond Stud gimmick developed; and DDP and Hall being ribbed early on and how it turned out for an unlucky wrestler.
It gets better. More topics include: Halls very candid thoughts on Ric Flair leaving WCW while he was holding the strap, and how The Nature Boy took that resentment to him to the WWF and how it almost came out in a booking meeting with Vince McMahon; the process of how Hall got into the WWF and how long it took; the initial meeting with Vince McMahon and how he sold Vince on his character while coming up with the name Razor Ramon (this includes a surreal moment when Hall went into character and it beame immediately apparent as to how truly talented and charismatic this legend truly is); putting Sean Waltman over on Monday Night Raw, why the angle worked, and a match early in his career that inspired the angle; and the legendary WrestleMania X match with Shawn Michaels and some of his peers reactions.
We also were able to get Scott's side of a story told by Shane Douglas, in a previous shoot interview, about the heat between the two of them and what it stemmed from. Hall also gave his view of the infamous weekend the Clique allegedly went on strike and Vince McMahon came to a house show to calm down the locker room. You will hear the evolution of the Kliq and their issues with Chris Candido. Scott talked about what it was like to wrestle Bret Hart and gives his opinion on whether Bret is overrated or not. We found out Hall's side of the story on to why he did not want to work a program with Goldust and all the behind the scenes notes on how the negotiations went down with WCW and how Vince reacted to it. This led to the controversy behind Hall's suspension for failing a drug test towards the end of his WWF run and how he found about it. Hall's last house show matches before leaving to go to WCW and the most famous Nitro in wrestling history where he debuted, how it almost turned out different, and who's idea it was that would make or break the angle. The infamous Bash at the Beach and the politics behind Hogan going black and white. You will hear a first person account of the heat between the NWO and the Horsemen after the infamous Arn Anderson skit and the hypocrisy behind it.
Hall discussed his matches with Goldberg and gave some interesting comments rebutting claims Goldberg has made about Scott and Kevin Nash over the last few years while also giving a very interesting take to the age old question as to whether WCW used Bret Hart right or not. We got Hall's version of what happened between Jerry Saggs and himself that resulted in a lawsuit. Why was Hall originally fired by WCW and what were the politics behind it? Scott talks that and about leaving WCW for good and what he had planned at the time. The DVD covers the NWO return to the WWE, how it came about, and why he and Nash had reservations going into it. How WrestleMania changed around the day of the show and why he thinks that happened. The differences in how Vince used the NWO as compared to how they were used in WCW. Hall's matches with Steve Austin are covered along with some interesting insight. Hall describes the chemistry between he, Nash, and Hogan and Hogan's part in the NWO in the WWE. Why things didn't work out in the WWE and the final conversation he had with Jim Ross about his tenure in the company. Scott talked about his brief run with NWA TNA. Holding back nothing, Scott talked about his personal issues and how he feels about the fact they are so public. Scott got very emotional when speaking about the recent tragedy involving Chris, Daniel, and Nancy Benoit. Scott talked about the rumors behind the DX vs. NWO feud last year. His future and his current return in Puerto Rico. His future intentions and where he may pop up next. Throughout the interview Scott gets very detailed about match psychology, the theory behind doing jobs, good business and bad business, and the change in philosophy in wrestling today.

Is it true that you were discovered by Barry Windham
What was his training like
What was the hardest thing to pick up in training
Memories of working in the Kansas City territory
When you started the territories were slowly starting to evaporate, how did the veterans take it at that time
Memories of Florida Championship Wrestling
Did you meet Eddie Graham
Initial memories of working for Jim Crockett and thoughts on Crockett
Initial memories of Dusty
Who's idea was it to team you with Dan Spivey
Thoughts on Dan Spivey
Did any of the veterans try and test you early on
How did you wind up in the AWA
Why did you leave
How did you wind up in the AWA
Thoughts on Verne
Memories teaming with Curt Hennig
Memories of matches with the Long Riders
Memories of Wrestlerock and wrestling Ray Stevens
Memories of meeting Shawn Michaels back then
Thoughts on Nick Bockwinkel
Thoughts on Crusher
Do you think Verne was out of touch
Memories and thoughts on Bruiser Brody
Memories of Leon White
Memories and thoughts on your series with Buddy Rose and Doug Somers
Did WWF ever try and contact you during this time
What was the living situation like, Shawn writes in his book about a big apartment complex everyone used to live and hang out at
Memories of working in the CWA as Texas Scott
How did you wind up in WCW
Thoughts on Ric Flair as a booker
How did you wind up with the Diamond Stud gimmick and did it have something to do with going out one night with Terry Funk's daughter
Thoughts on being paired with Dallas Page
Was Page ribbed a lot back then
Is it true that you knew you were going to the WWF a year before you had gone
Thoughts on Jim Herd
When Ric Flair left for the WWF and took the belt with him, did you take it personal since it was clearly a shot at trying to put the company out of the business by him or did it not bother you
Memories of matches with Brian Pillman and the Dirty Yellow Dog feud
How did you come up with the Diamond Death Drop aka: Razors Edge
How did you wind up in the WWF
Initial memories of Vince
In a recent interview you said you thought you blew the interview with Vince, why
What were you promised by Vince when you started as far as direction, titles, etc
At this point did you think to yourself, that you really made it
Memories of when Bill Watts came into the WWE
Memories of your first big series with Bret Hart
Some say Bret is overrated and others completely disagree who have worked with him, what do you think
Memories of your series with Curt and how had he changed since the time you were together in the AWA
Memories of your first Wrestlemania against Bob Backlund
Could you sense that there was a change of direction in the company in that now more athletic guys were getting pushed as compared to big monster heels, and muscle babyfaces
How did Vince change during his trial
Were you or any of the boys ever worried that he would go to jail
Did Vince change after the trial
Man Mountain Rock has been shopping a home video he taped on the road back then of the boys doing drugs, sleeping with rats, etc, what are your thoughts on that
What were your thoughts when you were told that you were going to put over and work a program with the 1 2 3 Kid
What are your thoughts when people tell you today that it is still one of the most remembered matches in Raw history when he pinned you
Do you think that the art of doing a job and helping get someone over is lost today and misunderstood
Memories of working with Terry Gordy when he came in with the mask
Memories of your matches with Jeff Jarrett
In your mind, when was the Clique truly formed
Memories of your series with Kevin Nash
Going into the ladder match at Wrestlemania, how far did you and Shawn want to push the limits
What made the ladder matches at Wrestlemania 10 and Summerslam so memorable today when now the business has evolved to a point where the high spots have gotten much crazier for example with TLC matches
What do you say to critics who say that Shawn carried you in that match
What kind of a toll do those matches take on your body
Is it true that Randy Savage was a little mad you guys went over
Could you feel it during those matches or did you not realize you hit a home run until after
Do you think Bret felt threatened at that time watching you guys
Memories and thoughts on Lex Luger in WWF
At what point do you think the Clique gained power
Is it true that the Clique threatened to strike and Vince had to go on the road
What happened between you and Shane Douglas, he says he wanted to change up your matches on the road, you didn't
Did the Clique bury him to the office
Why were you guys so hard on Chris Candido
The farewell to the Clique, do you think in retrospect it was fair to the rest of the boys
How did the agents react
Did Vince call you after that
Memories and thoughts when the Ultimate Warrior returned
Is it true that you had a big problem with the homosexual overtones in the angle with you and Goldust
In February 1996 you were suspended, what happened
How did the whole jump to WCW come about
What was Vince's reaction
Did you approach Kevin
Who came up with the NWO
Was Hogan originally part of the plan
How did the other boys react to you two when you guys came into WCW
What happened between you and Jerry Saggs in a match where he said you worked overly stiff with him
Did Roddy Piper try and fight you guys after a match at a Nitro
How upset were Arn and the rest of the Horseman after your Horsemen imitation
Why was it so hard to get Sean Waltman on TV in WCW
Were you surprised that the angle with DDP got over as much as it did
When you went down to visit friends in Florida at ECW and Shane kicked you out, were you surprised and what is your version of what went down
Were you guys more or less booking and using Eric Bischoff as a pawn during that time
Memories of matches with the Giant
When do you think your alcohol started to get out of control
Did anyone say anything to you about it
What were the politics like in WCW
Were there any struggles between you, Kevin and Hogan for power and creative control
Thoughts on Hogan
Do you think Hogan used you guys, you guys used him or neither
What do you think should have been done differently in WCW to avoid the collapse when Vince eventually overtook WCW in the ratings, etc
Do you think Eric Bischoff was in over his head
Did it become frustrating when the NWO kept expanding
Were you surprised when Kevin Nash went on TV to campaign for your return
You came back for a brief time and had a feud with Goldberg, thoughts on him
What were the differences in working a ladder match with Shawn as compared to Goldberg
A lot of people say people like yourself, and Kevin gave Goldberg bad advice in WCW, how do you respond
Were you surprised when Bret Hart came to WCW
Memories of your feud with Larry Zbysko
Did you and Kevin play any politics with him behind the scenes to try and hold him back
How did Bret change when he came into WCW
Memories of matches with Sting and Luger
Memories of matches with Booker T
What were your thoughts on when Russo came in and Eric was demoted
Thoughts on Russo
Why were you released
How did you find out
How hard did you hit rock bottom
Your ex wife was writing a lot on the Internet, how did you feel about that
How did you wind up starting to wrestle in ECW
Did you like it
Thoughts on Paul Heyman as a booker
They teased your return on WCW when you were gone and Goldberg went on TV and tore up a contract with your name on it, were you planning a return or was that just WCW in business for themselves
Was it humbling to return to the independents like TCW
How did you wind up in New Japan
You wound up in NJPW around the same time as Chris Candido who was also battling similar demons, was that a good or bad thing
What did you like and not like about Japan
Did you always have a plan to return to WCW in your head
How did you wind up back in the WWE
What happened at the various hotels before you actually even appeared on TV
After the three of you appeared on TV together for the first time, did you guys know that Hogan was not going to work as a heel
How did Vince treat you this time around
How did the WWE boys react to you guys
Thoughts on the Rock
Thoughts on your match with Steve Austin at Mania
Is it true that you were supposed to go over in that match
Is it true that Austin didn't work with any of you guys
What happened on that UK trip and the plane ride from hell that wound up getting you released
Do you think you will ever return
Thoughts on your brief run in NWATNA
Thoughts on your last match there involving Randy Savage
Thoughts on the current state of the business
Is it true that you and Sean Waltman were talking to the WWE recently about a return
Are you surprised at the success of HHH
Are you surprised at Shawn's returns since retiring
How close was Shawn to ever coming to WCW and joining the NWO
Do you regret any of the things you have done or people you hurt in your past
Is it hard to be so talented and one of the biggest stars of the last decade and not be able to catch a break currently
Do you still have it in you to be a big draw
Have the times passed you by
Can the NWO still work today
What made the NWO work in your mind and why hasnt it been able to be duplicated
Would you want to write a book
Do you have any advice for guys now who may be struggling with success and their demons
 August the 2nd has become one of the greatest days in RF VIDEO history. We were able  meet and be apart of the Howard Stern show with the one and only Iron Sheik. Just a total mind blowing experience and we want to thank everyone over at the Howard Stern show, Eric Simms for making this happen, and Tom Brandi for being apart of a brand new amazing On the Road with the Iron Sheik DVD! That's right, we got this all on video!
Where to begin?  A few months ago we conducted an infamous shoot with the Iron Sheik which received a ton of attention. Anyone who has watched that shoot knows how memorable it was and it will definitely go down as one of our funniest shoots of all time… one that we thought could never be topped. UNTIL TODAY!!!
Everyone here is a huge fan of the Howard Stern show at the RF VIDEO and a few weeks back we established a great relationship with a few of the guys from that show.  They got a chance to watch the shoot with the Sheik and, of course, they absolutely loved it.  If you remember, on that shoot we said we should get Sheik on the Stern show. How's that for foreshadowing?! We got a call about four weeks ago from Eric Simms , who had also been talking to the people at Stern's office. Simms had Sheik on The Ferrell Show and after that happened Howard's staff thought it was so amazing that he wanted Sheiky immediately on his show.  
Soon afterwards we were contacted and asked if they could air our footage on the upcoming Sheik appearances on the TV show as well as the radio show. It would crazy to turn down that kind of PR, so we jumped at the offer. We were also told that Howard wanted Sheik on today and that we also personally invited to come to the studio as well. Everyone from Artie to Sal to Richard put our shoot interview over huge to Howard.
We decided that brand new On the Road DVD with the Iron Sheik was just what the doctor ordered, so that is exactly what we did for the past 48 hours, and trust me this might top the last shoot if that was even possible.  We even added Tom Brandi to the mix, who just happens to be one of the most outspoken and hilarious guys in the business.
Our shoot started playing on the Stern show last week and continued to be played all week long. No one in the office could not sleep for the past few days as we were all so excited about doing the show.  On Monday they played a lot more of the shoot, which got us a ton of great press. It was like living a dream. Then the entire RF VIDEO crew headed to New Jersey to stay overnight in a hotel with the legend that is the Iron Sheik.  When we got there we were immediately told that the Sheik was in rare form. So we quickly went to Sheiky's hotel room and captured over a hours worth of amazing footage of the Sheik talking about Ultimate Warrior and the convention footage of "e;the slap heard around the world."e; Sheik also went off on Hulk Hogan for not calling him. Priceless. Sheik then broke down about the Chris Benoit tragedy and gave his views on this controversial topic. We also got Sheik to open up and talk about the incident in Canada where he got stuck in a car for five hours. FIVE HOURS. After a couple more stories we realized Sheik had been talking for so long that it was time for everyone to head off for dinner. We kept our cameras rolling the entire car ride and you will feel like you were in the backseat for the ride. You will hear wild stories on Bob Orton, Superfly Snuka,  Randy Savage, Fred Blassie, Roddy Piper, Vader, Ric Flair, Bob Backland, and many more. Sheik started to cry after he heard about the passing of a true wrestling legend, Karl Gotch. After we got to the restaurant we were almost thrown out on our asses because Sheik was very loud and did not use the proper language with so many kids around.  If you thought the Sheik was crazy wait until you just watch the first hour of this brand new DVD that is another RF VIDEO exclusive.
The next morning, everyone headed to the city at 5:30AM.  Before we got to the studios, we stopped at Madison Square Garden so that Sheik could cut some promos for us that will be included on the DVD. This was legit some of the best stuff we ever filmed. Then it was time to head on over to the Sirius studios where we were quickly escorted into a green room before Ronnie came in to greet us. Everyone had to sign waiver for our appearance and we were in there with 30 Rock's own Tracy Morgan.  We sat in one green room before we were actually allowed into yet another green room inside the office area. As we walked to the green room, Sheik was already being interviewed as there were cameras everywhere and pictures were being taken like crazy. It was an amazing feeling and several people remarked how surreal the entire scene was. We got to meet Robin and Gary before we went to sit down and as soon as we were in the interview room we were greeted by Will and given some basic instructions.  Artie Lange came into the room to talk to us and so did Bubba the Love Sponge. Bubba wanted to thank us for his wrestling footage from ECW and we talked about meeting Bubba back in the ECW days down in Florida when he worked Bill Alfonso in 1999 and 2000.  Could there be a Hogan and Bubba shoot interview in the works? Time will tell. As the morning went on everyone at the Stern show were really cool with us as they let us go in the hallway and basically film anything we wanted as long as it wasn't in the main studio.  We ran into Richard and Sal who were dressed up like Randy Savage and the Ultimate Warrior.  It was hysterical to watch them get ready for their bit. Artie was also getting dressed up like the Sheik and we were giving them all pointers on how to act as the guys they were playing. This was truly laugh out loud material and has to be seen to be believed! 
When it was finally time for the big show it was like being on another planet. Truly it was one of the most intense productions since we witnessed a WWE PPV being put together.  They had everyone running around like chickens with their heads cut off. Gary seems like he was always in control and everyone worked smoothly despite the chaos. Sirius had a great staff that went way out of their way for us and we were incredibly thankful. During Sheik's official interview, we were allowed to chill with Sal and Richard in their office and everyone was there from JD to Fred and Benji.  If it sounds a little like we are marking out… well, we are! Everyone is still on a high from being apart of this amazing day. A lot of the staff there were nervous about Sheik going crazy.  In fact, Bubba was telling us before the show went on the air that he intended to put Sheik in his place for trash talking his friends like Hogan and Brian Blair. We were all on pins and needles knowing it was going to get heated, and boy did it ever when Bubba and Sheik went at it. Everyone at RF VIDEO also swelled with pride as Stern asked questions based on our very own shoot.
When the show was over we were allowed in the studio to meet the man himself, Howard Stern. It was just really cool to be in the studio and we all loved watching how everything was put together. Howard was a total class act with us and you could tell that he is a man with great power. Just to be around him was an honor and a privilege. Afterwards we got to meet Fred and talk to Gary some more and since the show was over for the day they had lunch brought in for everyone.  Ronnie told us that we could help ourselves to their food, which was a great gesture.  We ate with the staff and set up some HUGE projects down the line. You are going to see a lot more in the future of RF VIDEO teaming up with the Howard Stern show.  We already have talks about doing something for upcoming DVD releases.
We also had Richard and Sal do a special interview for our On the Road with the Sheik DVD! And just wait until you see who else makes a rare appearance…
When it was all over, we left with a big smile that lasted all the way back to the hotel. We filmed even more of the road trip on the way back home where you will hear what the Sheik thought about Artie and Bubba. He goes completely off on both of them.  You will listen to his recap of the entire morning and wonder how a man like this can truly exist in this world. Sheiky baby, we love ya!


SuperStar Billy Graham

How did you get into weightlifting
Can you talk about the story you told in your book about meeting the older woman as a kid, etc
How did you break into the business
Memories of Stu Hart
Did he stretch you
Are the stories of Stu's cats crapping in the food at his house true
How did you adjust to the climate change
Any good road stories
Early memories of Jerry Graham
What can you tell us about Arnold that would either surprise us or we may have never known
Any good Jerry Graham road stories
When did you first get introduced to steroids
How prevalent was it in bodybuilding back then
Talk about the shows on the indian reservations you guys used to go too
Memories of promoting shows
Memories of teaming with Pat Patterson
You have said your match with him against Stevens and Maivia was a turning point for you, why
How did you wind up in the AWA
Memories of Verne Gagne
Memories of matches with Verne
Memories of Billy Robinson
Did Billy try and test you as a young guy
Who came up with the arm wrestling challenge
Memories of a young Ric Flair
How did you come up with your gimmick, the tye dyed, the promos, etc
Memories of matches with Wahoo McDaniel
How did you get on Truth or Consequences
Memories of teaming with Ray Stevens and Nick Bockwinkel
Memories of Ivan Koloff
Memories of the Hawaiian territory
You were in Charlotte when Ric Flair's plane went down, what do you remember
Memories of working in Florida
Memories of matches with Dusty
Memories of Eddie Graham
Talk about what happened when the doctor prescribed you steroids in 1975 for your injury
Early memories of wrestling in Charlotte
What do you remember about Vince Sr contacting you and proposing your title run
Did he tell you how long it would be
Did you have any hesitations
Did you feel a lot of pressure when you came in that if you didn't get over they wouldn't give you the belt
Memories of the Grand Wizard
Memories of the night you beat Bruno for the belt
How did Bruno take it, was he bitter or supportive
Did you feel a lot of pressure during your run to sustain Bruno's big houses
Memories of your series with Dusty
Memories of your series with Mil Mascaras
Memories of title vs title matches with Harley Race
Memories of the rematches with Bruno
Did you politic when it was time to give the belt to Backlund and try and hold it longer
As champ, did you socialize after shows with celebrities
What do you remember about Vince Jr during this time
Do you remember Lou Albano being constantly fired at the tapings
Memories of your match with Backlund
How come you didn't have a big run of rematches
How difficult mentally was it to come down from being champion
How heavy was your drug use
How come you wound up leaving
Did you ever talk to Vince about turning babyface
In your book you said you didn't see the appeal of Backlund as champ, can you expand
You have told a story about Bruno suggesting you fake a knee injury going into the match, he claims that story is false, your thoughts
Is it true you suggested turning Ivan Koloff on you to go babyface
Is it true that you were working construction less than a year after your run
Were people surprised to see you
How badly broken down was your body
How difficult was it training in 1980 for the strongman contest
How did you wind up working the Memphis territory around this time
Memories of the matches with Lawler
Did they ever try and cheat your pay in Memphis
How did you wind up coming back years later
How had things changed
Was Vince Jr more in charge
Who's idea was it for the karate gimmick
Do you think if you returned back in your old gimmick the feud would have been more successful
How did you find about the obituary Gorilla wrote about you
Why do you think he never retracted it
How much did that hurt your return run
Mentally, were you prepared for the return
What was the party scene like amongst the boys
Memories of your matches with Backlund
Memories of the angle in which you broke the belt
Were you disappointed with the run with him
Was Vince disappointed
How come you were booked in matches with guys like Jules Strongbow where the match would end with you just walking out
What happened the night you had to be rushed to the hospital
Memories of matches with Andre the Giant
Did you leave this time on good terms
You have said you thought Jack Brisco was "e;no big deal"e; and "e;very overrated"e;, why?
Memories of matches you had with Ric Flair
Memories of your run in Florida
Memories of the Kevin Sullivan angles
Memories of your run with Billy Jack
How had Fla changed
Did you ever think to yourself that you were too big a star to be working territories again
How bad was your drug habit
Memories of going back to Charlotte
Thoughts on Jim Crockett Jr
Is it true that he thought you were coming in with the old gimmick
Memories of matches with Jimmy Valiant
Memories of your series here with Wahoo
Memories of matches with Abdullah the Butcher
They turned you babyface here, was this your biggest run as a babyface up to this point
Who did you ride with
Memories of Ric Flair and Ricky Steamboat from this time period
Did you ever try and go back to Vince
How did you wind up going back
How badly was your body at that time
Did Vince feel betrayed that your body broke down so quick when you returned
Were you expecting a big push, possibly a run with Hogan
How hard was it to step down to a manager position
Memories doing commentary with Gorilla and Heenan
Memories managing Muraco
Memories of matches with Butch Reed
Were you hoping to come back after your surgery
Did Vince pay for it
By this time, how bad was your life outside of wrestling. The drugs, your marriage?
How did you wind up leaving this time around
How did you wind up in the middle of the whole Zahorian mess
Do you regret a lot of it
Did Vince ever call you during that time and ask to bury the hatchet
How badly were you still on drugs at that time
Are you surprised that Bruno and Vince are on the outs to this day
Have you and Hulk Hogan buried the hatchet
Does anyone and if so who still hold it against you today what happened then
How did you and Vince finally bury the hatchet
Do you consider Scott Steiner, Hogan, and Jesse Ventura flattery or rip off
Can you talk about some of your medical miracles
Is it hard to decipher whether a wrestler truly is sincere when they say they have found God or not
What can you say about your battles with drug abuse that you havent already said
How important was it for you to get into the Hall of Fame
When Ken Kennedy calls your a hypocrite for your stance against steroids, how do you respond
Your thoughts on the Benoit family tragedy
On Dave Meltzers show you said that Chris took his son to a better place, how can you say something like that in regards the murder of a son from his father
On Daves show you also said you witnessed an incident between Chris and his wife in regards to his son
How involved are you today with the WWE
Do you think the media coverage of the Benoit family tragedy was fair or unfair
How hard on you was the death of Eddie Guerrero
How hard is life after wrestling
What do you miss most about it
Thoughts on UFC and comparisons to pro wrestling
How is your body physically
What do you think of the lack of kayfabe today in the business
Are you interested in writing another book
In your career who did you find was overrated and underrated
What do you do today
What are your thoughts on the WWE Wellness policy
Do you think Vince is worried about a potential investigation
Favorite matches you had
Who was the best and worst promoter you worked for
Do you enjoy conventions, signings
What keeps your marriage so strong today
What were your fav and least fav territories and why
Do you think that your influence on the change in the business is often downplayed
How will the business change if the government regulates wrestling
A guy you saw or worked with that you thought had a ton of potential but never made it, and vice versa
Thoughts about the next generation of stars in the WWE
Any good road stories, ribs


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