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Diamonds Are Forever The Ric Flair Shoot Interview 4 Disc Exclusive Set (Time: Over 13 Hours)

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If there has ever been one interview that every fan of wrestling wanted, it was with "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair. The sixteen time World Hwt. Champion waited until after his retirement to provide not only a history lesson, but an adventure of a lifetime as he takes you on a journey of his over thirty year career in the sport he helped define. This exclusive FOUR disc set has OVER 13 HOURS of in-depth interviews, stories, and so much more! Flair takes you from his early days and his first NWA World Title reigns, to the days of WCW and its collapse, and his run in the WWE including his incredible sendoff at WrestleMania XXIV. Flair is open and honest about many things that will literally shock you! THIS IS THE INTERVIEW OF A LIFETIME!


Ric Flair 2009-2013 Shoot Interview DVD - (RF. Video release) - (Signed by Ric Flair) - (Time: 1: 50 hr)

Description:

He is a former 16X World Heavyweight Champion, 2 time WWE HOF legendary superstar known as "Nature Boy" Ric Flair and he has arrived at the RF VIDEO studios for his first ever RF VIDEO shoot interview that covers everything you would want to know about this legend from 2009 until 2013.  But wait thats not all, the styling and profiling, wheeling and dealing, kiss stealing, limousine riding, son of a gun touches on so many topics from the 80's, 90's and from his lustrous career over the last 5 decades on this very special shoot interview.

This is just one of many more interviews to come with Ric Flair and once we got the Nature Boy talking there was no stopping him.  He even looked into our camera and said, "If you want stories you came to the right place."  Ric has worked with every name in the wrestling business.  He was by far the biggest name in the business for the last few decades and many consider him the greatest worker of all time.  He has worked in every major territory and held gold all over the world.  His feuds and rivalries in the pro wrestling world will go down in the history books.  When you think of Ric Flair you can't help thing of the word legend.

In one of our first of many shoot interviews we start off talking about how he mended fences with the Hulkster Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff to go over seas and work on their over see tour in Australia. This leads into his entire run over at TNA and we asked him all of the questions that you would want to know surrounding his status when he was in TNA.

What really happened in Europe during his TNA run when he did not go on the bus, did he really have bar tabs, why he refused to take part in some signings at TNA house show, thoughts on AJ Styles, Beer Money, Samoa Joe, politics in TNA, Working with Hogan and Bischoff and how they buried their heat, was Dixie Carter in over her head, how Kurt Angle is a bad ass, thoughts on Paul Heyman booking TNA, problems he saw in TNA, how he ended up doing the HOF when he was in TNA and why he almost quit TNA over it, working with Sting again and so much more!!!!
RF VIDEO got into the head of the greatest pro wrestler alive today. Who else is going to ask him the toughest questions in this business like for him to rate himself as a worker. What does he say to his critics that have said over the years that it's time for him to step aside and what did he think of the younger workers saying he was on top for to long? What were his thoughts on guys who made millions in the business and don't leave when they should have. Would he like to go into WWE and be with Dolph Ziggler as his mentor on air, Thoughts on the Benoit tragedy, his relationship with HHH outside of the ring, working with HBK and his retirement on Raw and how did he decide to step back into the ring and how did Vince react to it, meetings with Vince and why Vince told Flair that the 80's heel character was dead, his heat with Bret Hart, Owen Harts passing, bar room fights with Road Warrior Hawk and Haku involving a blade in Japan, and so much more.

I can tell you Shane Douglas won't like what the Nature Boy has to say about him. why did he leave ROH, his thought on his children working in the business, stories of being on the road and secrets you never knew before until now about the Brody murder. Did he have heat with Lawler over his run in Memphis in the 80's?

Wait until you see what we have in store for you when the Legendary Nature Boy Ric Flair and RFVIDEO.com team up to bring you a new series of DVD's that will be off the charts!!!! Diamonds are forever and so is the Nature Boy!!!!

WOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!

Here are just some of the topics that we talked about with Nature Boy Ric Flair:

What was it like working with Hulk Hogan on the Australian shows
Did you trust Hulk and Eric Bischoff
At what point did you sit down with Eric and work out your differences
Can you tell us what was said
A lot of fans were surprised to see you do business with him, were you surprised to do business with him
You signed a multi-year contract with Hulk and Eric back then, what were the plans for more shows
How did you wind up in TNA
Initial impressions of Dixie Carter
Did you give the WWE an opportunity to match whatever offer TNA had for you
Thoughts on managing AJ Styles
Do you think he embraced the role as much as he could
What was it like working with Vince Russo again
Memories managing Beer Money
Were you there to try and make a difference for TNA or was it just a pay day for you
Do you think it was a bit of a step down for you to start wrestling there
Did you think TNA had a chance with the whole Monday night war
Were you surprised when Bret Hart went back to the WWE
Why do you think you and Bret have such a problem with each other
Was there ever a point during the TNA Monday night run where you felt Hulk and Dixie were misleading Dixie
Do you think their intentions have always been sincere with TNA
How has Eric changed as a leader since his WCW days
Do you find it odd that a lot of WCW guys are employed there when afterall, WCW went out of business
Memories wrestling Abyss
Memories of wrestling Mick Foley
Thoughts on doing the angle with the Hall of Fame rings
Memories managing Kazarian
Whose idea was Fortune
Did you like it
Did you push to wrestle more in TNA
Do you think you could have been used better by TNA
Was there ever any talk about doing a match with you and Shane Douglas for the ECW themed show
There were a lot of rumors at that time about Paul Heyman coming in, what did you think at the time when you heard about it
Do you think Paul could have been successful in TNA
Thoughts on that ECW revival
Are you surprised that Vince or even Dixie never did an all out WCW revival show
What happened on the European tour when you wouldn’t get on the bus
What happened in the match where you tore your rotator cuff
Did you ever feel at any point that your body couldn’t take wrestling anymore
Thoughts on the Hardys in TNA
How come you never had surgery on your shoulder
You were in and out of TNA for a little while, what happened
Were there ever plans to put the world title on you
Why did they move your match with Sting off of pay per view to Impact
Did you feel disrespected
How has Hulk changed over the years
How did you find out about the Horseman’s WWE HOF induction
Was there any issues with you and TNA over going
What happened a couple of summers ago when you did some house shows and never came out for autograph sessions
Was there a confrontation with you and Terry Taylor
One anonymous TNA wrestler said at the time “Flair is acting as if the entire wrestling business owes him. I was really disappointed in him.” Thoughts?
What ended your run in TNA
There was a report about you being pulled from shows over some kind of tab at the Hard Rock Café in Orlando, is that true?
There was also a report that Spike TV didn’t want you on television wrestling without a shirt, thoughts
There were mixed reports about whether you quit or they fired you, what was it
Is it true that they tried to bring you back for Sting’s Hall of Fame induction
Is it true that they have tried to bring you back a few times
Can you talk about Reid and his career
Do you think he has what it takes to make it
Do you think hell get a shot in the WWE
Can you talk about Ashley in her career
Were you surprised she got into wrestling
Do you worry about your daughter in the business
What happened between you and Ring of Honor
Would you have been back sooner if not for that
Is there a match or feud that fans tell you over and over again they like which surprised you
What happened to the proposed reality TV show with you and your son
How did Jerry Lawler’s heart attack impact you
About a month or so ago you said you’d never be in the ring again, yet you signed to wrestle in All Japan. What changed?
What’s missing from the WWE today
Thoughts on being paired with The Miz
Did you expect to do more with CM Punk
Do you enjoy mentoring or is that something you’re not interested in
Do you think Sting will ever wrestle a WWE match
Thoughts on UFC
Any chance of you teaming with Ashley in the WWE or Reid in Japan?
How has Vince McMahon changed
How has Hunter changed since he got more corporate
Do you think wrestling still needs blood
And so much more!!!!




Ultimate Warrior Shoot Interview DVD; Ringside Collectibles First Print Limited Edition #444/1000; signed on the front cover in silver marker by the man himself, the Ultimate Warrior!! (Time: 2: 10 hr)

Extras:

Dingo Warrior Match 1

Dingo Warrior Match 2

Ringside Fest Q & A (Time: 33 Min.)

Ultimate Warrior Shoot Interview DVD; Ringside Collectibles First Print Limited Edition #944/1000; signed on the front cover in silver marker by the man himself, the Ultimate Warrior!! - Brand New and Sealed - (Time: 2: 10 hr)

Extras:

Dingo Warrior Match 1

Dingo Warrior Match 2

Ringside Fest Q & A (Time: 33 Min.)




Bret Hart Shoot Interview Part 1 - VQ - VG/EX - Conducted in 2000 (Time: 4 Hours)

RF Video traveled all the way to Calgary and the Hart Family house where this amazing shoot interview took place. Bret talks about his entire career starting with growing up in the Hart Family, his early days in Stampede Wrestling, and his actual first break as he worked for the Funks in Texas. What was it like growing up in a wrestling family with his brothers and his father? Bret has great stories about all of this, including all of The Dungeon stories with his father, and who he actually stretched down there. Bret then shifted to more Stampede stories with Dynamite Kid and Davey Boy Smith and his brothers. During that time, Bret also traveled to New Japan where Satoru Sayama ( Tiger Mask), Dynamite, and himself revolutionized the junior heavyweight style as we know it. Find out then how Vince McMahon bought the Stampede territory and how it led to it's demise. This led to Bret and The Bulldogs going to the WWF. Incredible stories about the WWF are told including the early days of Wrestlemania, The Hart Foundation vs. British Bulldogs legendary fued, and Hulkamania. Find out the reasons why Bret went solo to having a singles career and what it was like to be pushed as a world champ. This shoot interview gets real interesting as the topics get switched to Shawn Michaels and the Clique. Find out all of the differences between Bret and Shawn and all the incidents that led to the big confrontation in Hartford. If things weren't hot enough, it got more intense as things that led to the final match in Montreal were just amazing. Was it a shoot? What exactly happened in the Montreal match? And how did it feel confronting Vince after that infamous night? It is all in there. Bret actually responds to the Shawn Michaels Shoot Interview that he watched, as he disagrees with much of the commentary. From Jim Neidhart to Stu Hart, from the "Sunny Days" comment to life in WCW it is all answered. Also learn about all of the happenings with his contract negotiations with Vince and the WWF, drugs in the business, and the tragic death of his brother Owen. Please note the interview contains 10 min. of audio and video problems




Bret Hart Shoot Interview Part 2 - Conducted in 4/29/2001 (Time: 4 Hours)

Bret Hart enjoyed his first shoot interview so much that he called us to do another. The end result was the most personal and poignant shoot interview ever conducted by RF Video. He picks up where he left off and talks about his experience in WCW. What does Bret think of the career ending injury he suffered at the hands of Bill Goldberg? What is his opinion of Goldberg now? “The Hitman” explains why he wasnt given a fair shake to be a main event star in WCW. He tells what Eric Bischoff wanted to do with his character and why he wouldnt do it. He then reveals everything about how Hulk Hogan and Bischoff worked together to maintain power in WCW. What did he think of the legendary Owen Hart tribute match he had against Chris Benoit in Kansas City? Youll hear everything about Brets WCW career right through the final stuff he did with Lance Storm. What is his current status and what are his injuries? Youll be shocked when he recounts his meeting with Vince McMahon at Owens funeral and what security measures McMahon took. Bret tells all the circumstances that broke up the Hart family. He then talks about his nephew Teddy Hart and the new Matrats promotion. There is no way you wont be saddened by how Bret envisioned his future with Owen. This is as moving and dramatic as any interview youll ever witness. Bret goes into great detail on all these topics. You cant help but be affected by how the last two years have changed Brets life and he tells you all about it here. This is the most emotional shoot interview ever and a perfect compliment to the first Bret Hart shoot. This compelling and thought provoking tape. You will feel like Bret Harts closest confidant after this one.




Behind Closed Doors With Bret Hart (Time: 2 : 02 hr)

The best there was…

The best there is…

The best there ever will be.

Only one man in the history of professional wrestling can be associated with the previous statement. A man from one of the greatest wrestling families, the crown jewel of that family, and a true Canadian icon. A man who has been often imitated but never duplicated. During the age of the big man, he brought wrestling back to the World Wrestling Federation. A man who helped usher in the age of Attitude and made Steve Austin truly “Stone Cold.” A beloved face, a hated heel, multi time world champion in WWE, WCW, US Champion, IC Champion, Tag Team Champion in both leagues, simply one of the most decorated champions in the history of the business. We all know what happened in 1997, but no matter what happened in Montreal, this man will always be known as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of the century. A wrestling machine, and a genius of psychology with a masters degree inside the squared circle…

In 2000, Bret Hart spoke with RF VIDEO the first time at the Hart Family house about his run in the WWE

In 2001, Bret Hart came back to RF VIDEO to talk more about WCW, his epic career and his excellence of execution…

In 2005, Bret Hart completes the RF VIDEO hat trick.with “Behind Closed Doors with Bret Hart”

Every wrestling fan is anticipating Bret Hart?s upcoming three disc DVD collection in November, and what could be a better compliment to that set than Bret?s two hour no-holds-barred discourse on wrestling. Yes, you will hear Bret unleash his true thoughts on such WWE superstars as HBK, Triple H, Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan, and even WWE owner Vince McMahon. Certainly you?ll be glued to your seats when Bret talks about the Hulkster?s comment of Hart “not being one of the boys” after refusing to put over Shawn Michaels, as this is a side of the Hitman most wrestling fans have never seen. But the focus of this DVD is Bret?s insights on what it takes to succeed in the wrestling business today.

Watch, listen and learn as Bret talks about the psychology of wrestling, including what the difference is between a good finish and a bad finish. Bret went over several of his biggest feuds including, of course, HBK. If you want to know how Bret really felt about the promos he and Shawn were cutting on each other back in 1997, then this is the DVD for you. If you watched RF VIDEO?s other top selling DVD in the Behind Closed Series, with Jake “The Snake” Roberts, than you know how this disc will be an invaluable asset for anyone interesting in getting into wrestling, or just finding out more about how the inner-workings operate.

A wrestling version of Being John Malkovich, this edition of Behind Closed Doors is a once in a lifetime opportunity to get inside the head of the Hitman and learn everything that Bret has learned in his 20 year career. What it takes to be an effective heel. When do certain things need to get done and why they are done in the first place. The mentality of a successful professional wrestler is examined and discussed thoroughly.What is the hardest thing for a young wrestler to grasp

What is the first thing you were taught by your father
What are some of the missing ingredients or intangibles in independent wrestlers
Explain wrestling psychologyWhat is more important, selling, psychology, the finish, or bumping
How do you develop a good finish
What is the difference between a good and bad finish, examples
Do you prefer to have your opponents adapt to your style or do you adapt to theirs
Explain the kick out, the pin, and the timing
Problems with working with Bad News Brown
Why do you think so many wrestlers do not go for a pin early in a title match and your thoughts
Is there a different approach technically when wrestling on a Wrestlemania as compared to a house show back in the wwf
Who back in the 80s and 90s did you learn the most from as an opponent
Who have you been in the ring with where you said, this guy just doesnt get it
Explain the difference between stiffing your opponent and making something look good
Can you be a good high flying wrestler and still have good psychology
How smart do you think the fans are to what is going on in the ring
Has wrestling had to adapt in the ring to the lack of kayfabe and smarting up of the fans
Do you think Hulk Hogan had good psychology, and why
Do you think Ric Flair had good psychology and why or why not?
How important is a good announcer
What is the difference between a good and bad promo
How much do you know about what you are going to say before you say it on a promo
Do you prefer to sell or comeback
What is the key to the placement of the sharpshooter and why it got so over
Do you think it is a good idea to stick with the same kind of a match and tweak it for your opponents
Do you think that full scripted promos are hurting todays product
Do you think cruiserweight wrestlers expose the business
What is the differnence in pyschology in working in a main event as compared to an undercard match
How do you go about working a championship match any differently
How would you book a successful feud from start to finish in todays era
Do you think the promos in your feud with Shawn in 1997 were to real, what was right or wrong with that program
Is it better for a babyface or a heel to set the pace of the match
What is the psychology of working a good tag team match as opposed to a bad one
Talk about the start and end to a good wrestling story
How much does a crowd dictate what you do in a match
Thoughts on when wrestlers ignore the crowd and book the match from start to finish and stick to it regardless
Back in the 80s how much of the match did you know before you went into it
WHat is the difference in psychology when you wrestle someone once knowing that you are coming back to the same town next month in a rematch and possibly a third
Take us through a match with Owen, what you knew going in, through the match, the finish, etc
What makes someone a good babyface
How difficult is it to do a live promo when the crowd isnt reacting to what you are saying
What makes someone a good heel
Can a booker be successful as a full time wrestler at the same time
What made Stu Hart a good booker as compared to Eric Bischoff
Can two heels or two babyfaces have a successful match against each other without tarnishing the other's character or your own
What are the keys to staying on top after you have done jobs to the top guy in the top program
What are some common mistakes made in matches
What is the difference psychology wise in working in a gimmick match like a steel cage match or a lumberjack match
What advice would you give to someone in the wwe who gets a rare match on Heat and Velocity to make themselves stick out
Can a non wrestler be a good booker
People say you have a great wrestling mind, what makes you so great in their eyes do you think
When is it right and when is it wrong to get color
Can a newsletter or an internet reporter objectively critique a match
Can talent overcome being buried by the office
What is a good wrestling surprise as compared to a bad surprise
When you have 8 minutes for a tv match, and right before the match you are told you only have 5 mns. What do you take out?
How do you approach a match where you are asked to make someone and can you give an example
How important as a booker is it to listen to the fans or not to
Is it true that you were supposed to wrestle Rick Steamboat at Wrestlemania 2
What made Pat Patterson a great finish man
You recommended several wrestlers to the WWE, Test for one. What is it that you look for in a guy before you decide to invest your time in him.
What made Rock so good
How important is the firey comeback
What makes Vince McMahon such a genius
What do you think about this comment from Hulk Hogan..."Bret ceased being 'one of the boys' when he refused to put over Shawn, BROTHER"
Is it true that when you were in WCW you overheard Kevin Nash trashing you on a conference call
Will you ever work a angle with HBK
What is it like to work with WWE again and how are they treating you




NWA- Legends Q&A: Bret Hart (Time: 2 Hours)

Q&A session with Bret "The Hitman" Hart held at the NWA Legends Fanfest in August 2005.

He is the best there is the best there was and the best there ever will be, he is Bret

"Hitman" Hart. In recent years, Hart has been a recluse to the wrestling world, but he

has popped up in Charlotte, North Carolina to attend a NWA Legends Fanfest weekend.

During that weekend Hart participated in Q & A session for is loyal fans. Hart discusses his plans for his upcoming best of DVD release. The Hitman pulls no punches when it comes to such superstars as Hulk Hogan, Shawn Michaels, and Ric Flair.

You will be shocked to hear his comments about his 60 minute ironman match and the original plan for this DVD. This Q & A session also sheds even more light on the Montreal screw job.

This DVD contains bonus footage of an autograph session that took place earlier that day that includes Jimmy Snuka, Ken Patera, Tony Atlas, Baron Von Raschke, and introductions are done by Bobby "the Brain" Heenan.




1PW Fanslam Q&A: Bret Hart (Time: 1 : 07 hr)

1PW Fanslam Q&A With Many Of 1PW Superstars (Time: 1 : 22 hr)




Rob Van Dam Shoot Interview Part 1 - VQ -G/VG - Conducted on 10/17/97 (Time: 4 Hours)

1997. Mr Monday Night Rob Van Dam. Rob Van Dam has competed in ECW,WWF,All Japan,WCW & more. Rob Van Dam is very opinionated & is the most open he has ever been about stories & comments on other wrestlers. Some of the topics discussed are his Monday night Raw appearances,his meeting with Vince McMahon,working in All Japan, his stay early in his career in WCW & what led to his departure,his opinions on current ECW wrestlers & more. The highlight may be when Rob takes phone calls.Rob is hilarious with the callers & extremely entertaining. This may be the most entertaining shoot interview we have ever done.Fans of Rob Van Dam & just fans in general will love this tape.You will be informed as well as entertained.

Robbie V vs. Scotty Flamingo (Raven) (WCW)

Robbie V vs. Jobber (WCW)

Includes a couple of Matches from All Japan

Rob Van Dam vs. Axel Rotten - RVD'S ECW Debut

Rob Van Dam vs. Sabu - Awesome Match

Rob Van Dam vs. Taz

Rob Van Dam vs. Tommy Dreamer

Rob Van Dam takes phone calls and doesn't hold back.




Rob Van Dam Shoot Interview Part 2 - VQ - VG - Conducted in 2000 (Time: 4 Hours)




Kurt Angle Shoot Interview (Time: 2: 54 hr)

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 your 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
Dave’s brother Mark was involved in a famous double cross in Japan, did he warn you about pro wrestling at all
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
Your brother did an angle early on with you and Undertaker. Why didn’t he ever appear again on WWE TV
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 t o 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=2 0drives 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 “"I think Kurt has been crying out for help for a while now and, finally, I think people heard it."
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
SI printed your name in a steroid scandal story, have you used steroids or hgh
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
Do you ever want to write another book




Shawn Michaels Shoot Interview - Conducted in 2000 (Time: 4 Hours)

RF Video sits down with TWA Commissioner and "The Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels for the newest installment in our shoot interview series. Shawn talks about how he started in the business, Texas All Star Wrestling, the AWA, Midnight Rockers, why he was fired from the WWF his first time there after only a few days, what led to The Rockers split, the "clique" and what "power" they had, Shane Douglas, Chris Candido, his first impressions of Vince McMahon, Sid Vicious, Cactus Jack,& more. He talks about how the business changed and how he helped move the WWF into their current direction. Shawn talks about his career ending injury and his final match at Wrestlemania with Steve Austin. Oh yeah, Shawn talks about Bret. Now this wouldn't be a shoot interview with Shawn Michaels if the topic of Bret Hart wasn't discussed. Shawn takes you on a timeline of everything that went down between both of them. When the dissention started, how it was heated up, the "fight" in the locker room and why Shawn "quit" the WWF, what happened after Shawn defeated Bret for the title at Wrestlemania 12 and how the business changed while Bret was gone, and finally Montreal. Shawn gives his side of what happened leading up to the most controversial PPV ever, Survivors Series. Plus tons more..




Sid Vicious Shoot Interview Vol. 1 - Conducted in 1997 (Time: 4 Hours)

(Sycho Sid,Sid Vicious,Sid Justice). Sid Eudy has been wrestling since approximately 1988. Sid has competed in USWA,World Class,CWF,WCW,WWF among others.

The highlight of the interview may have been when he was asked about the now infamous scissors incident in Europe with Arn Anderson. Sid not only recounts the entire evening, but also reveals some very interesting never told before facts about the incident & the aftermath. Also discussed was Sids negotiations with ECW to be at Living Dangerously, his feelings on the Bret-Shawn feud & recounting tension during Three Way matches between all three, his two WWF Title reigns & why while drawing top houses & increased buy rates it came to an abrupt end,his relationship with Shawn Michaels & other Clique members,the REAL reason he left the WWF,his first stay in the WWF,his matches with Sting,his days as Lord Humongous,his stay in CWF under booker Eddie Gilbert,being a Skyscraper,his feud with Brian Pillman & more. Very revealing answers on his steroid use & falsifying test results. This is a classic interview & our first with a former WWF Champion.If you are a fan of Sid Eudy ,the WWF,or wrestling in general & its inner workings youll love this.




Sid Vicious Shoot Interview Vol. 2 - Conducted in 2007 (Time: 2:20 hr)

Former multiple time WWE, WCW World Heavyweight Champion
The Master of the Powerbomb
The Skyscraper
The Millennium Man
The Psycho One
The Man Who Rules The World

In a single word: Sid

Has it really been ten long years since Sid Vicious sat down for an exclusive shoot interview with RF VIDEO? Well, he's back and we got Sid to finally breaks his silence on what happened when he broke his leg in one of the most hideous looking accidents in WCW. This interview picks up right where our last interview left off and we cover Sid's career to date, and trust us, it was a huge homerun. Fans of quality shoots are going to love this one! We talked about Sid's arrival into the heart of extreme when he joined ECW. Sid went in-depth concerning his thoughts on everything ECW including, Paul Heyman, working with Bubba and the backstage environment. We get the full answer on how Sid wound up back in WCW and whether or not there were any further issues with WCW agent Arn Anderson. We get all the dirt on the backstage drama in WCW and WWE including the alleged failed steroid test in 1992.

We know you want to hear about all the stars and Sid delivers in a big way. Sid talked about being teamed with Randy Savage and what it was like to work with Kevin Nash, Sting, Scott Hall, Chris Benoit, Terry Funk, Jeff Jarrett, Lex Luger and many, many more. Sid gives his thoughts on Vince Russo, the problems he had with working with guys such as Scott Steiner and Ultimate Warrior, putting over Chris Benoit the night before the Crippler quit WCW, why WCW went out of business, and why Sid never signed with TNA along with many other topics, As a main event star in every promotion he's been in – including ECW, WCW, and WWE during the '90s - Sid has been around just about every big name in the business and has no problem dishing the dirt! As an exciting bonus, we got Sid to talk about the new Four Horseman DVD and you won't believe what he has to say on the comments made by Ric Flair! This is one DVD everyone will be talking about!




Eddy Guerrero Shoot Interview (Time: 4 Hours)

Eddy Guerrero visited the RF Video offices and became an open book as he discussed his entire career in the ring and troubles outside the ring. “Latino Heat” shot straight from the heart in this moving and honest shoot interview. He is a man that has been through it all in and out of the ring and he shoots on everything here.

-Lots of talk about the Guerrero family and how he got started in the business with them.
-Did anyone resent the break he got because of his family?
-Going to college and training.
-His EMLL debut in 1987.
-Winning the trios talent with Chavo and Mando.
-The Mascara Magica gimmick.
-Why did he jump from EMLL to AAA?
-Going to New Japan.
-His first impressions of New Japan.
-Memories of being in the Super Junior Tournament and Super J Cup.
-Lots of info on the late, great Art Barr.
-Eddy gets real emotional when talking in depth about Barr.
-Thoughts on how hated his team with Barr became.
-Did he like being a babyface or heel in Mexico better?
-Details on the When Worlds Collide PPV.
-How close were he and Barr to signing with ECW?
-Who came up with the Black Tiger gimmick and what does he think about it?
-Eddy talks about Jushin Liger.
-Teaming with Great Sasuke.
-Memories of his stay in ECW including his matches with Too Cold Scorpio and Dean Malenko.
-He gives his thoughts on Paul Heyman.
-Guerrero gives the scoop on jumping from ECW to WCW.
-Memories of his matches vs. Ric Flair, DDP, X-Pac and Chris Jericho in WCW.
-His heel turn in 1997.
-How did he help Chavo Guerrero Jr. get into WCW?
-What does he think of being labeled a cruiserweight?
-What did he think of the hair vs. mask match with Rey Misterio Jr?
-The inside word on the promo he cut where he said Eric Bischoff was holding him back.
-What was the WCW locker room like with guys like Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall.
-What did he think of the LWO gimmick and why they did it.
-Eddy tells what happened when he got in a car crash on New Years Eve in 1998.
-How tough was it to comeback from the injuries that happened in the car crash?
-Thoughts on teaming with Konnan, Billy Kidman and Rey Jr. as the Filthy Animals.
-What led him, Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko and Perry Saturn to leave WCW.
-All the details on how they approached management and left.
-His thoughts on Kevin Sullivan as booker.
-Eddy reveals how close they were to going back to ECW.
-The first contact with WWF.
-All the details on going to WWF and their first appearance.
-All the details on being in the Radicals.
-What is it like to work Wrestlemania?
-The scoop on working with Chyna.
-Did he like the Latino Heat and Mamacita gimmick?
-Memories of matches vs. HHH, Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit.
-Where was his angle with The Hardy Boyz and Lita going?
-Thoughts on Jim Ross and Vince McMahon.
-Eddy talks about going to rehab, getting the DUI charge and being let go by WWF.
-His first indy match vs. Low Ki.
-His future.
-Much more.




Rey Mysterio Jr. Shoot Interview (Time: 1: 30 hr)

RF Video traveled all the way to Rey Misterio Jr.s house outside San Diego for a shoot interview with the most innovative high flyer in the history of professional wrestling. Hear how Rey got his start in the professional wrestling business in Tijuana and you wont believe how young he really was. He talks about being trained by his uncle Rey Misterio Sr. and great stories about classic Tijuana wrestling. Rey talks about how he got hooked up with Konnan and the beginnings of AAA Mexico with Antonio Pena. Find out how Rey developed his unique lucha libre high-flying style, and the other wrestlers he learned from and grew up with in AAA including Psicosis, Juventud Guerrera and others. Hear about Rey venturing to ECW and Japan and the great stories he experienced that opened his thinkings towards the wrestling business. Rey then talks about going to WCW and how hard it was to be there with his small stature, unique wrestling style, plus being a foreigner. Was he accepted by the others and did he enjoy being in WCW? Find out all from this underdog in the business who became a superstar in Mexico, Japan, and the United States.




Kevin Nash Shoot Interview - Conducted in 2005 (Time: 1: 38 hr)




Kevin Nash Shoot Interview - Conduted in 2007 (Time: 2: 48 hr)

In 1996 there was the unforgettable Monday Night Wars. A major battle waged between two of the biggest wrestling companies of all time; Vince McMahon's WWE and Eric Bischoffs WCW. Both men had their soldiers and when two of those soldiers jumped from one side to the other it completely changed the face of the war and even helped win the battle for a substantial amount of time. RF VIDEO sat down with one of those soldiers in his very first shoot interview that has teeth. You can call him what you want; Master Blaster, Oz, Vinnie Vegas, or Diesel, but we will call him BIG SEXY KEVIN NASH!!!!

This exclusive interview started off talking about Kevin's early start in WCW and how he was trained by Jody Hamilton. Kev went into all his crappy gimmicks and talked about which booker gave each particularly bad character. He talked about being very green and getting a push early on in WCW. You'll hear how Shawn Michaels wanted Big Sexy in the WWE months before Kevin came there and how Nash ended up getting out of his WCW contract. In a perfect Nash story, Big Sexy actually used the WCW office fax machine to fax the WWE!

Kevin discussed what it was like to work side by side with HBK as his bodyguard and how he learned from that experience along with how Nash became friends with Shawn and Scott Hall. We talk about how Nash broke away from Shawn to get his first singles push and what it was like for him to win the title from Bob Backland in the fabled Madison Square Garden. We know you want to hear about how the party scene was back then on the road and Kevin was not scared to tell us all about it. His road stories are some of the funniest we have ever captured on video, including a van ride with X-pac, Hall, HHH (who was sober), Nash, and HBK that almost landed them all in jail. You have to Nash telling the story of all of them washing down somas with alcohol and then going into a diner as the drugs were kicking into effect. A diner with 20 cops in it!

Nash talked about all of his major programs in the WWE and, of course, his matches Hall, Backlund, HBK, Bret Hart and Jeff Jarrett. Who could forget about all of the locker room antics of the Cliq? Well, Kevin talked about everything that was rumored to have went down in the locker room when he was there. Did they really tell Vince they were going on strike? Why did the Cliq have heat with Shane Douglas? Did they hate Chris Candido? What happened backstage when Pierre Ouelette refused to job to Nash in Canada? What about the curtain call in MSG, how did that all come about? Did Nash see tension with HBK and Bret Hart, and what were his thoughts on Survivor Series? You'll get answers to all those questions straight from a guy who pulls no punches!

Kevin went into great detail on why he quit the WWE and went to WCW as one half of the Outsiders with Scott Hall. Nash took us step by step of why he had a break down with WWE and how he landed his role in WCW as a key player in the New World Order gimmick. You will hear first hand about the meeting with Eric Bischoff at his house. Everything about the NWO was talked about including all of the backstage politics that went on with Hogan. We talk about the locker room fights with Roddy Piper, the in ring shoot with the Nasty Boys, and much more! Was there heat between Hall, Nash and Hogan? We talk about all the key members of the NWO and of course the even crazier drug stories. How out of control was Scott Hall? Kevin painted a clear picture of how out of hand the backstage environment got while Nitro was winning the ratings war.

Kevin gave us the skinny on all of the feuds he had in WCW, including his match with Bill Goldberg and what went wrong. Who can forget the infamous one finger pin with Hogan and we found out why that was booked the way it was. How frustrating was it to work with Hogan who had creative control of his own character? Nash talked about his friendship with DDP and the storyline that followed which helped to elevate Page. What did Kevin think of the way Bret Hart was used and how would he have booked the Hitman? Kevin talked about Kevin Sullivan's booking of WCW and of course answers his critics complaints about his very own booking of the company. Nash saw the Russo and Bischoff dynamic off camera feud and gave us his side of the story. Nash really went into depth on what led to the downfall of WCW. Kevin explained how and when he found out WCW was bought by McMahon and how he sat out for a year. Just great stuff as he talked about how he was offered a buy out of his contract and basically told WWE to stuff it.

Nash than took us on his journey back to the WWE and why the NWO never worked in "New York." He talked about what happened the day at WrestleMania and how the booking for his match, and Scott Hall's, was completely changed. What did Nash think of Vince this time around? What was it like working with the Rock? Which guys wanted the NWO killed off and why? He talked about his injury that pretty much ended his WWE run and everything that happened behind the scenes during that time. We got Kevin to openly talk about HHH rise to power. You will know by the end of these shoot that we left no rock unturned.

We closed the THREE HOUR shoot with Nash's thoughts on the current scene in wrestling. Kevin talked about TNA and working with all the X division guys. Big Sexy gave us his opinion on the independent scene along with current crop of WWE headliners including John Cena and Batista. This was one of RF VIDEO's best shoots to date and we felt Kevin was open about every question we tossed his way, no matter how controversial. This is a must watch for any serious shoot interview fan!

How did you get in the business
What was Jody Hamilton's training like
What was the hardest thing to pick up in training
How did you wind up in WCW
Memories of the Master Blasters
Thoughts on Ric Flair as a booker
Who came up with Oz
Did you think it was stupid when it was proposed to you
How did you wind up with the Vinnie Vegas gimmick
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 Harley Race
Memories of teaming with Scott Levy
Any good road stories
How did you wind up in the WWF
Initial memories of Vince
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
Whos idea was it to stick you with Shawn
What do you remember about the night the Bruise Brothers went after Shawn
Any good road stories
Memories of your series with Scott Hall
Did you like the babyface turn or did you think you had more money left as a heel with Shawn
Memories of matches with Sid
Memories of the quick match with Backlund
Was Backlund hard to work with in rematches
What happened between you and Pierre in Canada
Did you feel a lot of pressure when you were champ
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 first Wrestlemania against
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
Do you think that the art of doing a job and helping get someone over is lost today and misunderstood
Memories of your matches with Jeff Jarrett
In your mind, when was the Clique truly formed
Memories of when Bill Watts came into the WWE
Going into your match at Wrestlemania matches vs. Shawn, how far did you and Shawn want to push the limits
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 the clique and Shane Douglas,
Did the Clique bury him to the office
You have said Rick Rude was a great mentor to you, can you talk about what you learned from him
Why were you guys so hard on Chris Candido
Is it true that you came into the offices one night and found out as champion you werent making the same money as Taker and Bret
What do you remember about the night at King of the Ring Hogan wouldn't put Bret over
Memories of the Good Friends Bitter Enemies match
Are you surprised at how legendary that match has become
Do you think it was the best match you have ever had
You said something on the commentary of a DVD about the guys today not understanding the psychology to pull that off, can you expand on that
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
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 Scott and Jerry Saggs in a match where he said you guys 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
Were you guys more or less booking and using Eric Bischoff as a pawn during that time
Memories of matches with the Giant
What happened the night you didn't show up for your match with the Giant in which you were supposed to put him over
When do you think Scotts alcohol abuse 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, Scott 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
What lead to you goin on TV and campaigning for Scotts return
A lot of people say people like yourself, and Scott gave Goldberg bad advice in WCW, how do you respond
Were you surprised when Bret Hart came to WCW
Did you and Scott play any politics with him behind the scenes to try and hold him back
Is it true that you tried to make Hogan a commissioner at one point
How did Bret change when he came into WCW
Memories of matches with Sting
Is it true in WCW you and Scott were under double secret probation
Memories of matches with Booker T
What were your thoughts on when Russo came in and Eric was demoted
Thoughts on Russo
People say they had no idea who was in charge in WCW, is that accurate
Your thoughts on Kevin Sullivan as booker during the time Russo was sent home
Memories of wrestling Terry Funk from this time
Thoughts on Tank Abbott
In an interview you once said that Scott and yourself were just big dicks in regards to the NWO vs. Wolfpac feud, can you expand on that
Did anyone ever fear that Tank would just start shooting in the middle of a match
Thoughts on Lex Luger
A lot of people think your booking was a big part of what killed WCW, how do you respond
How do you respond when people say you beat Goldberg too early
At one point in WCW you had a falling out with Hogan, was it over frustration of him abusing his power
In retrospect, do you think the one finger finish with Hogan was a good idea
In Eric Bischoff's book he calls you Big Lazy, what are your thoughts
Thoughts on your series of matches with Scott Steiner
Do you think what went down at the Bash between Jarrett, Hogan, and Russo was a big work
At any point did you think to yourself, from a business standpoint that things were spinning out of control in WCW
When you heard WCW was up for sale, how shocked were you
Did any of the boys ever think about pulling their money together and buying it other than Bischoff
How did you find out that Vince bought WCW
Did you watch the final Nitro
Did they ask you to come
How did your contract situation work out
Did Vince try and buy you out early or try and get you to start with him
Do you think you would have been a part of WCW if Bischoff bought it
Were you surprised that Vince didn't keep it alive as a separate entity
How did you wind up back in the WWE
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
Is it true that Austin didn't work with any of you guys
What happened the night you tore your quadricep
If you had not injured yourself, what do you think Vince would have done with the NWO
Thoughts on your series with HHH
How did Vince and the WWE change from the last time you saw him
Is it true that you were offered an office position there and turned it down
Memories of matches with Chris Jericho
Are you surprised at the success of HHH
Thoughts on matches with the Rock
Are you surprised at Shawn's returns since retiring
How close was Shawn to ever coming to WCW and joining the NWO
How come you did wind up leaving the WWE
Were there ever any talks to bring back the NWO to feud with DX
Do you regret any of the things you have done 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
How did you wind up in TNA
Who's idea was it to feud with the X Division
How do you answer people who say you have done nothing but hurt the credibility of the X guys
How come you never had your final blow off match in the feud with Sabin
Your thoughts on the X guys
Can TNA compete with the WWE
Your thoughts on Dusty's booking run in TNA
Thoughts on Samoa Joe
Thoughts on Kurt Angle
Favorite and least favorite opponents
Advice for young guys
Best ribs you ever saw
Road stories from all areas
Thoughts on the lack of kayfabe today in wrestling
Is there anyone you didn't get a chance to work with that you wished you would have
Did you ever feel pressured to take steroids
Honkytonk Man has called you out a lot online, have you ever heard his promos about you
What do you think is the biggest misconception about you and your booking
What was your favorite time in your career
What is your favorite moment in your career
What do you think is wrong with the business today
Can the business boom once again like the 80s and 90s
Would you like to go into the WWF Hall of Fame
Any thoughts on writing a book
Are you surprised Hogan and Flair still wrestle
Thoughts on newsletters and the internet
Thoughts on John Cena and Batista who are the flagship wrestlers today
Would you want to write a book




Scott Hall Shoot Interview Part 1 (Time: 2: 40 hr)

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




Scott Hall Shoot Interview Part 2 (Time: 1: 52 hr)

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1 : A discussion marked especially by the expression of opposing views : dispute
2 : quarrel, strife
3: Scott Hall

Batton down the hatches. Lock the doors. Hide your loved ones. But most of all prepare yourself for one of RF VIDEO's most wickedly fun DVDs to date as we are bringing back "The Bad Guy" Scott Hall! "The Bad Guy's" last shoot interview turned some heads, had jaws dropping on the floor, and was completely unforgettable… and this time he's even more outrageous!

You wanted him, and now you got him, but be careful what you wish for as Scott hall is back and he lets loose on every subject we threw his way. Deftly going through his personal life and professional career, this exclusive shoot is a must see for every Scott Hall fan or for anyone who loves entertaining interviews. We threw out the format sheet and settled down for a long talk as Hall weaved us through his career and talked about his life like an open book. You'll get NWO stories, Kliq stories, the battles with personal demons, WWF, WCW, TNA, and more than you can imagine! You'll hear about Scott's high profile no-shows and how much money he has thrown away by not keeping his act together. There's a reason Hall doesn't talk to anyone but RF VIDEO as we have no problem asking him the tough questions and he enjoys telling it to us straight.

Bret Hart. Bill Goldberg. HBK. Triple H. Vince McMahon. Ric Flair. Verne Gagne. Steve Austin. The Rock. One name after another and Scott gives us his thoughts on each. You'll hear about the personal highs and lows from one of wrestling's true straight shooters who has no problem holding up the intensive light to himself, letting the world see inside the damaged soul inside. This is one interview that will stay with you long after you watch it. There is only one Scott Hall; enigmatic, personable, troubled. This shoot will show you all the sides of one of the most complex people in the wrestling industry.


What is the story about Verne and a fish hook and how you wound up in the AWA
Why do you think James Beard buried you so much in the AWA
Is it true that you based the N.W.O on the Freebirds
Was it hard to adjust to the weather in the AWA
You said in your last interview that you had no time for Bill Irwin. When we interviewed Bill he was shocked and surprised. What are your thoughts on his reaction?
Did you have problems with Ric Flair when he was booking WCW
You have been outspoken about Flair in the past. What are your thoughts on him recently leaving Vince right after the retirement deal
Just to recap the last shoot, can you talk a little bit about how you approached Vince about the Razor Ramon gimmick
How much of a mentor was Curt Hennig to you during your career
What were you promised by Vince when you started as far as direction, titles, etc
Scott Levy is currently suing the WWE challenging the whole idea of their independent contractor contracts. What are your thoughts on that
Memories of your first big series with Bret Hart
Memories of your first Wrestle mania against Bob Backlund
Is it true that Vince wanted to turn you babyface before your feud with the Kid
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
Memories of working with Terry Gordy when he came in with the mask
Memories of your first match against Jeff Jarrett in MSG
Memories of Bill Watts coming into the WWF
In your mind, when was the Clique truly formed
Memories of your series with Kevin Nash
What do you say to critics who say that Shawn carried you in that match
What kind of a toll do those ladder matches take on your body
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 was it about Hunter that you guys liked
Has he changed with his success
The farewell to the Clique, do you think in retrospect it was fair to the rest of the boys
How did the agents react
Is it true that you got one of the first guaranteed contracts from Vince
Did Vince call you after that
Memories and thoughts when the Ultimate Warrior returned
Was Hogan originally part of the plan to be in the NWO
How did the other boys react to you two when you guys came into WCW
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
Do you regret it
Flair had a lot of harsh words about it on the Horsemen DVD. Are you surprised they are still upset=2 0over it
Why was it so hard to get Sean Waltman on TV in WCW
Were you guys more or less booking and using Eric Bischoff as a pawn during that time
Eric Bischoff publicly called you the biggest heat seeker he ever worked with. He said that you would show up specifically to stir shit up. Thoughts on that
Why do you think Bischoff has made so many negative comments about you the last few years
When do you think your alcohol started to get out of control in WCW
Did anyone say anything to you about it
Memories of your ladder match with Goldberg
What were the politics like in WCW
Is it true that you helped Barry Windham out when you got some pull 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
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 b ehind the scenes to try and hold him back
How did Bret change when he came into WCW
You once described yourself as the highest paid job guy in the business when you were in the N.W.O. How frustrating was that and how did you keep yourself over
Does it bother you when guys won’t do a job
Have you ever had anyone refuse to put you over
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 demo ted
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
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
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
Is it true that you helped out Jonny Storm before he got in the business
In the last interview you broke down talking about Chris Benoit. Why did that hit you so hard?
In a recent book, someone recalls an incident where you pissed on Benoit’s foot as you talked to him, ribbing him. The book says how Benoit was frustrated with you and Nash. What are your thoughts on that?
Were you surprised Kevin Sullivan booked that angle the way he did where Benoit wound up with Nancy
Hulk Hogan made some comments after the tragedy and called Nancy a devil worshipper and really didn’t seem to have much sympathy. Thoughts on that?
Thoughts on the current state of the business
Is it true that you and Sean Waltman were talking to the WWE last year about a return
Are you surprised at the success of HHH
Are you surprised at Shawn's return 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
Do you have any advice for guys now who may be struggling with success and their demons
Who else have you helped out that may surprise some people
Have you ever talked to TNA or the WWE about booking
You recently disappeared, what happened
Can you function on the road full time as a pro wrestler with your illness
Do you still want to work full time as a wrestler
Would you want to write a book




The Outsiders Shoot Interview (Time: 1: 56 hr)

This is the one we've all been waiting for. You know who they are. Scott Hall. Kevin Nash. THE OUTSIDERS. The team that jump started the Monday Night Wars and the heart and soul of the NWO. Two of the biggest stars in wrestling history and they chose to conduct their first ever shoot interview with RF VIDEO that covered all of their days in the Kliq along with the rise and fall of WCW from a first-person perspective. This is the must-have DVD of the year as all your burning questions finally get answered.

There will be the only DVD that will deliver all the Kliq road stories along with other exclusive backstage stories from their tenure in the WWF. This is the first ever shoot style interview Hall and Nash have done together and, as you can imagine, they play off each other with great charisma. You will be the fly on the wall watching two great friends goof on each other while discussing the business they are so passionate about. The locker room ribs. The heat between Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart. Vince McMahon. Sean Waltman. All the big stories are covered.

Over the years we have heard differing stories on how the deal with WCW went down, but now is the first time both Hall and Nash were together to answer this question on what really happened behind closed doors and in the booking office. We also get the inside scoops on what Hall and Nash really thought about the following: Eric Bischoff, Hulk Hogan, Bill Goldberg, the MTV Spring Break incident, who should and shouldn't have been in the NWO, Larry Zybsko, Vince Russo, and so much more. All the controversies. All the backstage politics. All the wild stories. All in one DVD!!

Don't be left out as Scott Hall and Kevin Nash deliver the shoot interview everyone will be talking about. Two of wrestling's greatest talkers give their thoughts on Jim Cornette's rants, Fake Diesel and Razor Ramon, their return to WWE, and even working through Scott Hall's personal-life battles. This is THE shoot DVD for any wrestling fan of the '90s and remembers when the word "attitude" wasn't just a buzz word. From meeting up in the early 1990's WCW as Vinnie Vegas and the Diamond Studd, to holding a lot of gold in the WWE during the New Generation in a very intriguing time of that company's history, to the historic jump that helped changed wrestling forever, this is the one DVD you won't want to miss!

What do you guys remember about meeting each other
How quickly did you become good friends
How frustrated were each of you with WCW in your early days
Can you talk about the pressures of being a top guy in the business
Scott, you called out Ric Flair on the last shoot interview for being untrustworthy for taking the WCW title with him to the WWE. Kevin, did you feel the same way
Do each of you think it is time for Flair to step aside
Did either of you ever pull any ribs on each other during matches against one another and if so what
To each of you, what made your matches against Shawn Michaels so good
Do you think Vince was responsible for a lot of the heat between Shawn and Bret
Any good Clique road trip stories
Thoughts on how Lex Luger turned out today as compared to when you worked with him
What do you guys remember about when the Ultimate Warrior came back
Each of you had different versions of how you made the deal to get into WCW. Can you each explain again how that all went down.
Were you guys apprehensive about going back to WCW and being misused like in the past
What were each of your initial impressions of Eric Bischoff
Who's idea was it to get Eric so involved in the angle and your thoughts on it
Did either of you guys sense jealousy from the WCW boys when you went over and the two of you started getting over
Did any of the boys ever say anything to you guys about something you may have said about them during a match you guys did commentary on
Did you guys ever have a sense that you couldn't totally trust Hogan
Did the two of you guys get along well with him or did you guys butt heads with him over any booking moves
Did you guys feel a lot of pressure being on top at the time in the NWO
Do you guys remember ever refusing to do an angle or match that you thought was just ridiculous in WCW
Eric Bischoff recently said about Scott that he was a constant problem and one of the biggest heat seekers he ever worked with. He has criticized Kevin in his book. Are you guys surprised after you took WCW to number one at how negative he has been publicly about the two of you
Do you think Eric was in the right place at the right time or he was really that smart
When Vince would have Hunter and DX come over to cut the promos at the arenas, did you ever consider going outside and trying to work your own angles out of it
Are you two surprised that Goldberg speaks negatively now about the two of you saying you tried to sabotage him
Scott you have said Goldberg was a mark for himself, Kevin do you agree
Are you surprised that so many people still criticize the one finger pin in the match Kevin had with Hogan
Was there anyone that was put into the NWO that you guys just thought shouldn't be a part of it
Do you think WCW would have been successful at all if the two of you never came there
Do you guys think Vince Russo gets too much blame or too little for the end of WCW
Do you think he is a good booker
Do you guys think Scott was made a scapegoat for his bad habits when a lot of others had their own issues
What happened at the MTV Spring Break segment
A lot of wrestlers say they never knew who was in charge in WCW, is that accurate
Do you think you guys used Hogan or he used you or neither
Do you think Eric Bischoff at times was in over his head
Did it become frustrating when the NWO kept expanding
Kevin, when you went on TV and campaigned for Scott's return was there an end game in it or was it just something you did on your own
Were you guys surprised Zbysko got over so huge when he feuded with you guys
When Russo came in and Eric was demoted, how did it affect you guys
Compare the two of them
Kevin, when Scott wasn't in WCW an angle was shot where Goldberg tore up a fictitious contract against Scott. Scott said he didn't even know about it. Was there a plan to bring him back.
Kevin, was it hard for you to not be able to get Scott back in
Do you think a feud between the two of you in WCW would have been big business
Do you think Vince would ever have the patience today to build an angle like you guys did against Sting for as long as you did
When Bischoff intended on buying WCW, would Scott have been brought in
At anytime in WCW when you guys were employed, did your contracts ever come up and allow you to negotiate with Vince
How would you guys have booked the WCW invasion angle different than Vince
Did Vince try and bring you guys right after he bought WCW
How huge do you think a true DX vs original NWO feud would be
Do you think that it would ever happen
When is enough, enough to where each of you just don't want to wrestle anymore
Have either of you ever talked to backers about doing your own startups
Do you think Hogan will ever do his startup he has talked about for years
How do you think a congressional investigation will affect the business
Do you think Hogan was responsible for getting Sean Waltman fired
Thoughts on Kevin Sullivans booking in WCW
Do you think your promos would have been as good if they were scripted like today in the WWE
Do you think if Vince did a WCW One Night Stand like the ECW show it could work
When you came back to the WWE as the NWO, did you guys find anyone wanting to kill the angle off early for whatever reasons
If you guys were booking the WWE today, what would you do different
How do you think TNA will change when it goes to two hours
Do you regret any of the things you have done or people you hurt in your past
If the NWO was brought back, would you guys even want any kind of road scheduled at this time in your lives
Are you surprised at how much Vince puts himself into the shows
What made the NWO work in your mind and why hasnt it been able to be duplicated
Do you have any advice for guys now who may be struggling with success and their demons
Scott, inn an interview Kevin said that he and yourself were just big dicks in regards to the NWO vs. Wolfpac feud, thoughts
Are you guys surprised that Goldberg didn't get over in the WWE and he hated it there
How differently do you think Vince would have booked the NWO angle in WCW
Were a lot of the promos you guys did when you would rip other guys shoots
In WCW, who did you guys enjoy most working with and least and why
On jumptheshark.com people voted that WCW jumped the shark when David Arquette won the belt, do you guys agree or disagree
Hogan has claimed he came up with the name NWO, but even Bischoff credits Scott. Do you guys remember how it came up
Bischoff has questioned whether he gave Kevin too much power, thoughts
Who from WCW do you think Vince missed the boat on and could have used better or if at all
What did you guys think when you saw the fake Diesel and Razor
Thoughts on UFC
Thoughts on newsletters and the internet
Thoughts on John Cena and Batista who are the flagship wrestlers today
If you guys were going to book a startup to take on Vince and TNA, what would you do
Do you think wrestling needs to go back to characters like Diesels and Razors
Konnan has said politics killed WCW, do you agree
Is it hard to book and wrestle at the same time without a conflict of interest
Do you think the booked finish for Starrcade 97 Hogan-Sting with all of the interference hurt business and Sting should have just went over clean
What do you think could spike an era in the business like the late nineties
What did you guys think of Jim Cornette's rants against the you guys and Sean Waltman when you were in WCW? Do you think they were too personal
Lance Storm has said in regards to one of WCW's big problems was booking over stipulated matches and the continued non-honoring of those stipulations
Did either of you consider buying WCW with investors
Who are some of each of your biggest influences throughout your careers
Who was a bigger acquisition do you think for WCW? Roddy Piper or Randy Savage
Was there anyone that became available and came to WCW who really surprised you
Do you think Heenan gave too much away when he questioned what side Hogan was on when he came down the aisle at Bash at the Beach
Did you realize that when Schivonne gave away the Mick Foley title finish on Nitro that it would backfire and people would watch Raw instead
Do you think WWE business would be just as strong if they did seasonal rosters to give guys time off




Diamond Dallas Page Shoot Interview - Conducted in 2005 (Time: 1: 38 hr)

DDP Living Life at 90% - The Wrestling Years.

DDPtells ofdealing with all the adversities he overcame to get where he is today, and how hedid it... by mistake, by accident, by luck, and by building real relationships, making good and bad decisions... and, of course, by staying positive.




Diamond Dallas Page Shoot Interview - Conducted in 2007 (Time: 3: 37 hr)

Anyone who has heard Diamond Dallas Page speak knows full well that his positive attitude is infectious and he can be as entertaining as anyone in the business. DDP, a long time friend of RF VIDEO, finally conducted his first REAL shoot interview with us that lasted an amazing FOUR HOURS. This exclusive interview covered everything in DDP's amazing career; from the club scene in New Jersey, all the way down to Florida, and you will hear all the steps in how he landed a job in the wrestling business up in Minnesota for Verne Gagne's AWA. DDP takes us down all the road stories he had early on in his career including how he got another job in the business back down in Florida with Dusty Rhodes. DDP discussed working with all of the great legends down in Florida and of course he talked about how he got in tight with Dusty Rhodes, a friendship which later helped Dallas get into the NWA.

DDP covered all of his early work in the NWA and the details of each of his programs. Dallas frankly told us about the struggles of going from a manager to a full time wrestler and the problems he had along each step of the way. DDP talks about his creation of Scott Hall's Diamond Stud gimmick and how it got him heat. You want to know how Dallas got paired up with the Freebirds? DDP talks about that and all the rest of his early feuds along with how he started to get his push at the Battle Bowl PPV. Wait until you hear what happened backstage that very night! We got the inside scoop on how DDP made the fast ride from the mid card to a main eventer and eventually to a top babyface position in a backstage environment filled with political games. DDP talked about all his big WCW matches with the big guns including Goldberg, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, Chris Benoit, Eddy Guerrero, Brutus Beefcake and more!

The big playboy angle to start off a major feud with Randy Savage, teaming up with Lex Luger, and a huge match with NBA superstars Karl Malone and DennisRodman, DDP covers these and many more stories in a way that will leave you begging for more. Everyone knows DDP was in tight with Eric Bischoff, but how did it affect his life outside of wrestling and even backstage? What really happened that infamous night between DDP and Scott Steiner? Dallas gives us his thoughts on Kanyon and Bigelow and what they are like outside the ring and how close the three really were.

DDP eventually ended up in WWE during the botched invasion angle and he walked us through that entire part of his life and why it didn't go according to plan. Dallas talked in great detail about his stalker run with Taker and his thoughts on the program and the development of his new character Positively Page. How did WCW differ from WWE? DDP knows the answer and fills us in along with what happened in TNA and why he left wrestling. DDP talked about everything from his movie career to his life in Yoga for Regular Guys. This is what a shoot interview is all about. A great shoot you will absolutely love as DDP talked about it all and left no question unanswered!




Vader Shoot Interview Conducted in 1/1/1998 (Time: 2: 37 hr)

This time we went to Boulder, Colorado to the man known as Vader's home to conduct a major shoot interview with Vader on 1/1/98 just days after his release from the WWF. WOW, what a trip and what stories we got from VADER. Topics discussed are a very detailed summary of events including & leading up to his infamous locker room battle with Paul Orndorff,the never told before offer from Bischoff. How he got started in AWA,Bruiser Brody,Inoki,Baba,Muta,ALL Japan + New Japan stories. His off air dealings with WCW employees. His Summerslam match with Shawn Michaels,how he was approached by NJPW to be Vader,TONS of stories about Hogan and Flair not wanting to drop the strap to him. His views on the clique and what happened in WWF with Bret Hart. Tons of WWF backstage stories. Also more about the Arn Anderson and Sid Vicious stabbing as he was there first hand. Talks about life on the road with WWF and WCW and also the famous match and feud with Cactus Jack and his ear getting ripped off. There is so many more stories that he tells that are great. This is one of the best shoots that we have ever done.




AJ Styles Shoot Interview - VQ - G - Conducted in 9/21/03 (Time: 50 Min.)

This is a brand new shoot interview with one of the fastest risings stars in pro wrestling. Styles talks about getting into the business, NWA Wildside, WCW, why he didn't go to WWE, NWA TNA, & much more. This intervew was not conducted by RF Video. Here is a list of topics discussed:

-How he first got interested in wrestling
-Promotions he watched growing up
-Wrestlers that influenced him to be a pro wrestler
-Where he trained at and who trained him
-What the training was like
-Who his first match was with and how it went
-Memories of the match with Sabu for NWA Wildside title
-Working with Christopher Daniels at NWA 52nd Anniversary show
-Wrestling in the Super 8 tournament & talks about his matches against Xavier, Red, & Donovan Morgan
-First impression of Jim Kettner
-What it was like having WCW developmental deal
-If there was heat with Billy Kidman for using the Shooting Star Press
-Which wrestlers in WCW were helpful
-Going to Les Thatcher's HWA camp
-Getting contacted to work for NWA TNA
-Memories working X divison title matches
-Favorite X title match -Winning the tag titles with Jerry Lynn
-Going to Zero-One
-Was it different working Low Ki in Japan, opposed to the US
-Turning down a WWF developmental contract
-Who contacted him for the developmental contract
-Having his first match with Jerry Lynn in NWA:TNA
-First impression of Rob Feinstein & Gabe Sapolsky
-Memories of first match with Low Ki
-Working Jerry Lynn
-Defending X title against Adam Jacobs and David Young
-First title shot against Low Ki at "Honor Invades Boston"
-Match against American Dragon at "All Star Extravaganza"
-Who is a stiffer worker between American Dragon and Low Ki
-#1 Contenders trophy match against Chris Daniels at "Scramble Madness"
-Title match against Xavier at "Night Of The Butcher"
-Teaming with Low Ki against The Prophecy
-Thoughts of the 3 way at "One Year Anniversary" in Queens, NY.
-Feelings of the riot at that show
-Being tag team champions with The Amazing Red
-Match with Paul London at "Night of the Grudges"
-Defending NWA World Title against Chris Sabin at "WrestleRave'03"
-Working with Red against Briscoes at "Death Before Dishonor"
-How the locker room and crowd reacted to Jeff Hardy
-Teaming with Homicide vs. Chris Daniels & Dan Maff at "Wrath of the Racket"
-Thoughts of Homicide as a wrestler
-Indys compared to WWE
-How it feels to be NWA World Champion
-Feelings of the Jarretts and the future of NWA TNA
-Feuding with D-Lo Brown in TNA
-Name association with the following names: Paul London; Spanky; Amazing Red; Backseat Boyz; Raven; Samoa Joe; Dan Maff; CM Punk; Tom Carter; Vince Russo; Low Ki; Jeff Jarrett; Jerry Jarrett; Bill Behrens; Chris Sabin; Mike Quackenbush; Kid Kash; Trinity; Tracy Brooks; Lollipop; Desiree; Simply Luscious; Rowdy Roddy Piper; Sonny Siaki; David Young; SAT..




AJ Styles Shoot Interview (2006) - Conducted in 2006 (Time: 1: 28 hr)

The Phenemonal AJ Styles is one of the hottest wrestlers today and now we have him in our shoot interview series. AJ is open and honest about a variety of topics, some of which will surprise and shock you.

AJ starts by telling memories of his childhood as an army brat and growing up as an athlete. He describes his humble beginnings in the wrestling business as a young upstart for NCW in Cornelia, Georgia. He describes the progression from NCW to NWA Wildside to the eventual NWA Anarchy that we know today. He discusses current stars to come out of the area, some of which include: Ron Killings, Air Paris, Jimmy Rave, and David Young.

He then goes on to tell stories of how he ended up in WCW and why he was signed. AJ made it to WCW in its dying days. He talks about life after WCW ended and what happened in his WWE dark matches. He then explains why he turned down a developmental deal with the company. Not many people can say they turned down a developmental deal with the WWE. Find out why AJ did!

AJ talks about the first time he wrestled Christopher Daniels and how it changed his career. AJ talks about the start of Ring of Honor and why he and other wrestlers took a break from Ring of Honor and almost never worked there again. Who in the company almost prevented AJ from staying?

AJ has many stories of the development of TNA and what his role in the company was and is today.

AJ also addresses the issue of WWE programming and the thought of him showing up on WWE television. His answer will surprise you!

AJ has things to say about many of today's stars including: Teddy Hart, Samoa Joe, Elix Skipper, Vince Russo, Shawn Michaels, Chris Sabin, Kid Kash and much more. Don't miss this exciting shoot interview with AJ Styles!
DVD Bonus
AJ matches from Wildside
Exclusive comments from Bill Behrens




AJ Styles Shoot - Leaving An Impact DVD - (Time: 2: 13 hr) - Conducted in 2014

Description:

The Phenomenal One, AJ Styles has been the face of TNA for the past 11 years, but that all changed on December 15th 2013 when his contract expired. Highspots caught up with AJ in his man-cave in Gainesville, GA on Jan 2, 2014 and he opens up about what led to those negotiations breaking down, his relationship with Dixie, what it feels like to be a free agent after all these years, returning to the indies and would he ever go to work for Vince. AJ also reflects on his classic matches and angles during his time in TNA and shoots on the "money" guys that didn't care about the product. You don't want to miss this over two hour interview with the Phenomenal AJ Styles.

As a bonus disc, we're also including the interview we did with AJ Styles in Feb 2006 in Birmingham, AL. Between the two interviews, we cover his entire career.




Christopher Daniels Shoot Interview (Time: 2 Hours)

From being The Fallen Angel to Curry Man, from working just about every notable indy tournament and for numerous indy promoters, from traveling all over the world to compete, from having matches in both WWF and WCW, Christopher Daniels has done it all except break through on national TV. Daniels visited the RF Video offices for an exclusive shoot interview. He is a very articulate individual who gave honest, complete answers to everything. He also told some entertaining, inside stories. This underrated star gave a unique shoot that is really the first to cover life on the independent scene in detail. This is one of the few men that has been able to make a living and gain a strong reputation working the indys. It is also the first shoot to cover some of the smaller Japanese promotions. Here is what he talked about:

-His start in the business.
-Where did “The Fallen Angel” gimmick come from?
-Did he ever find himself in controversy from the gimmick?
-Being in The Funkin Dojo for WWF in 1998.
-Working for Roland Alexanders APW.
-Participating in the King Of Indies 2000 tournament.
-How he got into ECW.
-Daniels covers it all about his short stint in ECW.
-Why was he put over so strong when he first came in and never brought back to ECW?
-Daniels takes you inside the ECW locker room.
-He gives his opinion on Paul Heyman.
-The complete story on how he got booked in Japan?
-The inside scoop on how he got the Curry Man gimmick and what he thought of it.
-What is Great Sasuke like as a boss?
-Being in the Super J Cup 2000.
-Daniels talks about working various guys in Japan like CIMA & Magnum Tokyo.
-Working for Michinoku Pro and Battlarts.
-Fallen Angel vs. Curry Man.
-Working for Victor Quinones and being in the IWA Puerto Rico juniors tournament.
-What promises have promoters made to him?
-Has living on the West Coast hurt his career?
-A look at the top indy promoters and if anyone ever tried to rip him off.
-Daniels covers just about every aspect of making a living on the indy scene.
-Working for Jim Kettner and Kevin Kelly in ECWA.
-All the details on being in the Super 8.
-Discusses his matches vs. Lance Storm.
-His break in WCW before the company went out of business.
-What did he think of his matches there and the angle where Scott Steiner attacked him?
-Daniels talks about the WCW locker room.
-The scoop on working in WWF in dark matches and on various TV tapings.
-Daniels gives all the info on working in WWF.
-He talks about how people treated him in the WWF locker room.
-Why didnt Kurt Angle bump in the match he had against him?
-What was it like working Rob Van Dam?
-Is he bitter towards the business or jealous of other wrestlers?
-How the fans act on the indy scene.
-Daniels talks about learning to work many different styles.
-He looks at working on the East Coast vs. West Coast.
-Lots more as Daniels goes into great detail on all these subjects and many others!!!




Straight Shootin' with Mick Foley (2 DVD Set) - (Time: 5 : 50 hr)

The biggest shoot interview ever is here!!! Straight Shootin' With Mick Foley is a must for any wrestling fan. Foley gives one of the most insightful and entertaining interviews ever right here on this double tape set.

The interview picks up where Foley's second book left off as Foley goes into details on all his recent WWE endeavors from being WWE commissioner to his feud vs. Randy Orton. Foley holds nothing back in giving his true feelings about the McMahon family and the writing team. What were some of Foley's ideas for the Orton feud that weren't used? What did Foley think of being commissioner? What was the deal when he resigned to Vince on the airplane? Why does he apologize to William Regal?

Foley is open about it all from his thoughts on the WWE vs. Alliance angle to being the ref in the Vince vs. Shane match at Wrestlemania to the ceremony where he was given the hardcore award in Madison Square Garden. This one goes behind the scenes in WWE as Foley takes you inside Vince's office for some of their heated discussions. You've never heard about this side of Foley or WWE before anywhere!!!

Foley talks about it all from Beyond The Mat to his books to wrestling Kawada in Japan to his charity work. This Straight Shoot has the one and only Foley discuss a number of interesting subjects.

This interview is a can't miss for Foley's comments on Ric Flair's book. Foley responds to everything that Flair wrote about him line for line. You won't believe some of the things Foley has to say about Flair. There has never been anything like this in a shoot style interview before.

Foley proves why he is one of the most intelligent, entertaining and unique individuals of all time right here with this Straight Shoot. This is the crown jewel of ROH's Straight Shootin' Series and you'll know why after watching it.

Here are just a few of the things that Foley discusses:
-His stint as commissioner after Wrestlemania in 2000
-Was it as fun as he hoped it would be.
-His favorite moments as commissioner.
-His opinion of the writing team.
-Who wrote his material.
-His idea for Mideon on his assistant.
-The reaction backstage to naked Mideon.
-What he thought of Debra as his assistant
-The angle where he revealed Rikishi ran over Steve Austin.
-Did he think Rikishi would be a let down.
-The angles with Vince McMahon putting over the dangers of the Hell In The Cell match.
-How he got along with McMahon.
-The office meeting with McMahon that ended up in a yelling fight.
-The angle on Raw where he tore up his resignation.
-His proposed match to William Regal.
-Foley apologizes to Regal.
-Why the street fight with Vince McMahon didn't happen.
-What he was unhappy with in WWE.
-The angle where he brought Linda McMahon back.
-How much a factor the release of his books had to do with his returns to WWE.
-Reffing the Wrestlemania XVII Shane McMahon vs. Vince McMahon match.
-Does he think Foley vs. Vince would have been better.
-Returning in October 2001 as commissioner.
-The Alliance vs. WWE angle.
-Hosting Survivor Series in a restaurant instead of at the live show.
-How he was getting along with the office at this time.
-The hard feelings between him and Vince.
-His opinion of the creative team at this time.
-The entire story behind when he and Vince McMahon parted ways on Vince's private plane.
-The match WWE wanted him to do that he turned down.
-The HHH vs. Kevin Nash match.
-Getting the hardcore award at Madison Square Garden.
-The injury he suffered that night when Randy Orton attacked him.
-Why Terry Funk wasn't there to give him the hardcore award.
-The angle where he returned to replace Steve Austin as co-general manager of Raw.
-Why he returned at this time.
-Foley goes into great detail on his feud vs. Randy Orton from the angle where Orton spit in his face and Foley walked out to the final match at Backlash.
-Who came up with the ideas for the Orton program.
-What Orton was like to work with.
-Orton's reaction to falling in the thumbtacks.
-The ideas Foley had that weren't used.
-The Wrestlemania XX match.
-why Foley wasn't happy with himself in that match.
-Working with Ric Flair.
-How Flair treated him in the locker room.
-Did Flair ever say anything about what Foley wrote about him in his book.
-Working with The Rock again.
-Did The Rock change with movie success?
-The writing team now compared to 2000.
-His thoughts on Orton becoming world champion.
-Will he keep returning to WWE?
-Wrestling Kawada on the Hustle show in Japan.
-Why he did the match even though he was injured from the Orton feud.
-Doing independent shows and conventions.
-What its like seeing the old timers again at the conventions.
-Thoughts on Beyond The Mat.
-Writing a fiction book and being accepted into the literature community.
-Thoughts on his first book.
-Would he go back and change anything in the book.
-What kind of influence WWE had in what he could or couldn't write in the books.
-Does he regret anything he wrote or anything he cut from the books?
-Today's hardcore wrestling that is more extreme with glass, light tubes and other weapons.
-The influence he's had on hardcore wrestling.
-His famous bumps in Hell In The Cell and the influence they've had.
-The media.
-Why he wasn't at the Raw 10th Anniversary Special.
-The Mick Foley DVD that WWE released.
-What changes he would make to the DVD.
-Writing the into to Terry Funk's upcoming book.
-Attending the recent Democratic National Convention.
-Plans to do a screen play on his first book.
-His celebrity friends.
-Does he follow WWE and independents when he's not in WWE?
-The final 30-45 minutes is the most unique and entertaining segment in Shoot Interview history!!! Foley holds nothing back in talking about Ric Flair and what Flair wrote about him in his recent book. Foley even goes through what Flair wrote about him line for line and responds!!! You've never seen anything like this before. We aren't going to write it up anymore because we don't want to spoil anything for you.
-In addition to all this, Foley discusses much more!!!




Straight Shootin' with Christian Cage (Time: 3 : 22 hr)

Straight Shootin' With Christian Cage is one of the biggest and most informative shoot interviews ever conducted by Ring Of Honor. The former WWE and current TNA star holds nothing back in giving all the details of his entire career on this DVD.

Christian talks about growing up with the man now known as Edge and their passion for wrestling at a young age. You'll hear all about his training, how he broke into the business and signing with WWE. What did the WWE office first think of Christian? What kind of wrestling did Christian and Edge do in high school? What was training like? Was there ever jealousy between him and Edge?

Christian goes into great detail on his entire WWE career. He talks all about first signing with WWE and his first major angles in the company. From winning the light heavyweight title on his first night to forming The Brood to his first matches against The Hardy Boyz, Christian is an open book in this shoot. Christian discusses his famous TLC matches and what the agents thought of them. How were they put together? What role did Michael Hayes play in them? What did the locker room think of the matches? How much of a toll did they take?

From there Christian talks about his famous catch phrases and comedy with Edge. The shoot covers Christian going into singles action as well as his teams with Lance Storm, Chris Jericho and going into the Alliance. What stuff did Christian like and what gimmick couldn't he get into? What was his relationship with the writers like? What did he think about going into singles action? Where did his famous catch phrases come from?

Christian then goes into his painful injury and missing time before returning as "Captain Charisma." He gives all the inside scoops on his last run in WWE. Christian answers all the questions you want to know from feuding with John Cena to moving to Smackdown to a complete rundown on why he left WWE. Christian confirms and puts to rest rumors and internet reports right here. He also gives his thoughts on the reaction of the fans towards him and if WWE should have pushed him more.

It is impossible to cover all the subjects that Cage talks about in just a brief write up. This is a must for any Christian fan or anyone who wants to know what goes on in WWE. From The Rock to Vince McMahon to Hulk Hogan to ECW One Night Stand to Trish Stratus to The Dudleys to everything in between, Straight Shootin' With Christian Cage is a detailed, straight forward and honest look at his entire career.




Jeff Hardy Shoot Interview (Time 2 : 26 hr)

Jeff Hardy is best known as one of the most enigmatic and exciting wrestlers going today. His TLC matches in WWE and daredevil antics will always be remembered. Hardygave a revealing and candid shoot interview about his in ring heroics and outside the ring problems. Hardy talks about it all from wrestling in his backyard with his brother as a kid to his most famous WWE matches to losing his passion for wrestling to drugs. This is a must for any Hardy Boyz fan or someone who wants a better understanding of life inside WWE. Here is a list of topics discussed in the interview:

Getting into the wrestling business
Wrestling in the TWF (Trampoline Wresting Federation)
Thoughts on backyard wrestling
Early promotions he worked for
How did OMEGA start
Booking for OMEGA
Goals for the promotion
How he came up with the gimmick of Will 'o'the Wisp
Wrestling his brother in OMEGA
Favorite OMEGA matches
Talks about Shane Helms (Hurricane) and Shannon Moore in OMEGA
Memories of working for Music City Wrestling in Nashville
How he ended up working for Victor Quiones in IWA Puerto Rico
Memories of the tag match with The Hardys vs. RVD & Sabu
Working the 1999 Super 8 tournament
Were there even any discussions about going to ECW
Getting booked to do squash matches in WWE
Which WWE stars worked stiff
Did they ever talk to anybody in WCW
Memories of wrestling Rob Van Dam on Raw when WWE allowed ECW wrestlers on the show
What Van Dam was like back then
Memories of training with Dory Funk Jr. at the Funkin Dojo
What he learned at the dojo
Memories of signing the WWE contract
Thoughts of the initial gimmick for The Hardy Boyz
Thoughts on being managed by Michael Hayes
Memories of winning the WWE Tag Titles for the first time
Early matches with Edge & Christian including the Terri Invitational Tournament
Memories of the tables match against The Dudleys at Royal Rumble 2000
Did anybody encourage him to do crazy moves
Memories of the ladder at Wrestlemania 2000 with Edge & Christian and The Dudleys
Thoughts going into the match
Memories of the TLC match at SummerSlam 2000
Thoughts on taking all the crazy bumps in the match
Thoughts on WWE putting Lita with The Hardy Boyz
Memories of the cage match against Edge & Christian in Philly
Initial impression when you were told about the TLC rematch at Wrestlemania 17
Was there a lot of pressure put on everybody to top the previous TLC match
Why the Hardys feud with Steve Austin & Triple H was cut short
Winning the I-C Title from Triple H & holding it for 1 week
Memories of his series of matches with Rob Van Dam
Comments on Perry Saturn remarking that the Radicals hated wrestling The Hardys
Thoughts of Vince buying WCW and the interpromotional feud
What Vince said when they asked to be turned heel
Why Matt asked for the original Hardy Boyz split
Why it didn't work
Why WWE took The Hardys & Lita all of TV for a few weeks in late 2001
Thoughts on the brand extention
When did he find out they would be splitting up The Hardys & what did he think about it
Thoughts on Mattitude
Memories of the ladder match against The Undertaker on Raw
Thoughts on if the WWE exploited his willingness to take sick bumps
Wrestling in the hardcore division
Opinion on WWE switching titles so quickly
Showing up late to house shows and being supended
Being taken off the road and only working TV
Comments on his match against The Rock before he was released
Getting released
Thoughts on the internet fans
Opinion on Paul Heyman
Opinion of The McMahons
Thoughts on the Hardy Boyz book
How he started getting into music and his interest in motorcross
Going back to WWE
Why he hasn't worked for any other promotions since his released
Thoughts on his match against Krazy K & Joey Matthews on the 7/19 show
Thoughts on the fans negative reaction towards him that night
Comments on painkillers and taking other drugs




Matt Hardy Shoot Interview (Time: 4 Hours)

There is no one in wrestling today with this story.

A man, loved by fans, cheated on by his girlfriend with one of his best friends, and then fired by the company, only to be brought back shortly after in a flurry of controversy.
Stories like this dont happen every day. Wrestlers like this dont happen everyday.
However, before he came back to the WWE Matt Hardy took some time to sit down at the RF VIDEO studios to give what should be one of his final shoot interviews (this year). Finally, the last time to see Matt really shoot.

Matt Hardy, the talk of the wrestling world for the past several months, sat down with RF VIDEO for a scorching hot four hour shoot interview that covered his entire career including the entire situation with Edge and Lita! From tales of the past: OMEGA, indys, RVD & Sabu, Scott Hall, doing jobs, Michael Hayes, and Gangrel, to tales of becoming a then-WWF superstar: Ladder matches, Edge & Christian, Dudleys, Bradshaw, Lita, the feud with Triple H & Stone Cold Steve Austin, InVasion, Version 1, and A-Train. The Sensei of Mattitude talked about the WCW InVasion and its destructive effects on so many of WWEs talent. Matt doesnt hold back when discussing Triple Hs influence on Raw while also giving his thoughts on the ECW One Night Stand PPV and his brother Jeff in TNA. For the last time, Matt Hardy shoots about the romantic triangle, straight out of the dirt sheets onto TV. Now hear Matt speak on this candidly to the shoot interview leaders, RFVIDEO.

Below is the list of Questions that Matt was asked, and RF VIDEO brought up the following:
The firing: Life after WWE, Johnny Ace, Jim Ross, Vince
The business: Wrestlemania, dream matches, Hunter, steroids, writers, favorite and least favorite gusy to work with, ribs, road stories, the internet

The future: Angelic Diablo, WWE, TNA, The Indys, working with Edge and Lita*?), fitting back into the locker-room, WWE-Cruiserweights, the wedding, regrets, reality show and more!

Were you a fan growing up
Who did you like watching
Did you play any sports growing up
When did you know you wanted to give it a shot
Were you discouraged at all early on because of your size
Favorite matches growing up
When you were trained did you look at the big picture of some day going to the WWE or were you just getting trained for fun
Do you think Italian Stallion was an old school con or he had your best intentions at heart
What do you remember about your first matches
At what point did your career start to take off
Memories of Joey Matthews
Thoughts on his current success
Early memories of CW Anderson
Thoughts/memories on Steve Corino
Were there ever any plans for you and your brother to start in ECW or WCW
How did you get your first gig doing jobs for WWE
You have said in the past that Scott Hall took a liking to you guys, talk about that
Did anyone in management ever give you a reason to think that you guys would eventually get signed
Talk about the Manny Fernandez story you wrote about in your book
How did you get into the Funkin Dojo
Who else was in your Dojo class....talk about the other guys
What is the biggest thing you got out of the dojo
What do you remember about your first big win over Kaientai on Sunday Night Heat
Memories of your match on the indys with RVD and Sabu
Was there anyone that mentored you and Jeff early on
At what point did you and Jeff ever say to each other, "We did it."
How did you guys wind up with Michael Hayes
You tell some good Michael stories in your book, can you recount some.
How did he take it when you guys said you didn't want him to manage you anymore
You and Jeff joined up Gangrel but he was dropped pretty quickly from you guys, what happened
What was the turning point for you from squash wrestler to push
What do you remember about your first matches with Christian and Edge
There is an understanding that undercard guys dont show up main eventers, at what point did you four get the leeway to go all out and if you remember, who was it that gave you guys the go ahead
Did you guys get any heat from veterans on top that didn't wanna follow you four
What made your matches so good
Did you guys study Rock N Roll Express-Midnight Express matches
How emotional was the standing ovation you guys received the night after the ladder match
How supportive was the rest of the locker room during this time
Is it true that you and your brother initiated by Bradshaw by ribbing Cyrus, Don Callis..putting toothpicks in his key holes on his rental car
How did you mentally adjust at such a young age to becoming a true WWE superstar in that you go from a small town Carolinas boy to a celebrity
Thoughts on your matches with the Dudleys
Was there any kind of apprehension between the four of you at first since they came from ECW and were protective of their spot and you guys were just starting to get over?
Were you or Jeff the captain of the team as far as calling the matches
How did Lita wind up with you guys
At what point did yours and Amy's relationship turn romantic
Was it uncomfortable kissing on camera
Was it difficult to spend that much time with someone your dating
How was Jeff affected by yours and Amy's relationship
When you guys moved past the Dudleys, and Christian and Edge did you feel any pressure as compared to earlier when you guys were just undercard guys with less pressure
How did Vince change as you became more successful
Did he change at all after he bought WCW and had no more competition
Were you disappointed about the way the invasion angle was handled or wasn't
Thoughts on the New Age Outlaws
Looking back, do you think any of the vets you worked with as you guys were coming up during this time period tried to get one over on you guys in any way knowing that you guys were young
Any good road trip stories
Do you think that WWE should have used Shane and Shannon as a team or even as 3 Count when they came over
What happened to the angle where it looked like Jeff and Lita were fooling around
Thoughts on Eddie Guerrero
Thoughts on Chris Benoit
How did you guys wind up in the storyline with Steve Austin and Triple H and Stephanie
Thoughts on the program
Why was the program abruptly dropped? Was it because of Triple H's injury?
In the book went into detail putting a match together with Steve Austin and Triple H, did you get any heat for that from the veterans
Where do you think the WWE dropped the ball on tag teams
How important are tag teams to the whole mix
Thoughts on your match with Jeff at Vengeance 2001
You guys were off tv for awhile right after, why was that
In 2002 your gimmick was you had a losing streak, who's idea was that
You and your brother were the first main eventers to put Brock Lesnar over, what do you think of the way he left without doing the same
Were you ever a victim of politics
Who's idea was it to stick Shannon Moore with you
Thoughts on matches with Rey Jr.
How'd you come up with the Version 1 gimmick
Now were you supposed to take out Rey Jr's knee in 2002 and set up a program but it got changed to A Train at the last mn...were you angry about it and how did that go down
Thoughts on matches with Kidman
Thoughts on John Cena
Do you think Cena and Batista can be successful
You wrote about a styles clash with Perry Saturn and Dean Malenko in your book when they came over, can you expand on that
Thoughts on your series with Zach Gowan, was he as cocky as some people say
At what point did Jeff snap
A lot of people say that Jeff is a ticking timebomb and has a problem with drugs, what are your thoughts on that
In the book, he writes about how he happy he was and then several weeks after the book comes out he quits, do you think he was burnt out for awhile
Did you help facilitate his deal with TNA
How did life change for you when Amy broke her neck
How supportive were you
Who did you ride with then
You meet lots of pretty girls on the road, was it hard to stay faithful without her
When you were drafted to Raw, were you told that you would be pushed more, etc
Were you excited or disappointed about the switch
Compare the writers on both shows
Thoughts on Brian Gerwitz and Dave Lagana
Thoughts on Goldberg
Were you disappointed you got squashed by him
Did it hurt you as a serious wrestler in the fans eyes when you were constantly squashed by big guys like Goldberg and Lesnar
Were you and Amy for or against the storyline where you guys split on Raw and Christian had the hots for her
Amy tells a story in her book that when the WCW people finally started you guys were out one night at a club and Stacy was being overly flirtatious with you, do you think so and was she a jealous girl
Thoughts on Chris Jericho
Do you think Triple H holds guys back on Raw
Thoughts on Randy Orton
How did Lita wind up back with you, who's idea was that
Thoughts on your series with Kane
Do you think it helped redeem you as compared to earlier when we talked about getting squashed by the bigger guys
What did you think of the whole baby angle
When did you hurt yourself
Did you put off surgery at all
How bad was ur knee when you wrestled Kane at Summerslam
How supportive was Amy when you had the surgery
At what point did you start to suspect something was wrong with your relationship
Take us through how you found out about the affair to the point you took her pictures down off of your website
Some skeptics speculate that this is all an elaborate work because during this time brand new pictures appeared on the web of the two of you together, can you explain that
Before you found about all of this you were supposed to start back, what was your gimmick or storyline going to be
Is the Angelic Diablo tape what you sent to Triple H before this all happened as far as a new direction for your character
Did you slash Edge's tires
Are you disappointed that none of your friends clued you in on the affair
What made you decide to go public on the Internet
Do you think the power of the internet is something the WWE could better utilize
During this time your close friend Shannon Moore had a bad car accident, how hard was this time for you.
Did Jeff ever get involved and call Amy or Adam
Did you ever think of sleeping with Adam's wife as retribution
Dave Meltzer reported a few weeks ago that Edge told fans at a convention that you and he talk all of the time, is that true
What did you think of the reaction Amy got in Madison Square Garden
Did you find out about the storyline with Edge, Lita, and Kane by watching it on tv or did you have a heads up
Did you talk to either of them before of right after
Do you think your bad relationship with John Laurenitus had a lot to do with your release
Did you talk to Vince before or after you were released about how this would affect your career, same with Jim Ross
Do you think you would have been fired if Jim Ross was head of Talent Relations
Are you scared about life outside of the WWE
How is your brother doing
What is this new reality show you have been filming
Thoughts on Paul Heyman's promo at One Night Stand
Thoughts on the JBL-Meanie incident at ONS
Are you surprised Meanie got a job out of it
Good road stories from your time in WWE
Good rib stories
Fav matches in the WWE
Fav guys to work with and why
Least fav guys to work with and why
What did you think of Paul when he came over and started working in the WWE, you say something in the book about not buying his pep talk
Fear Factor experience
Talk about the:Angelic Diablo character
Did you ever get to work with HBK
Have you done anything productive or interesting your free time
Would you like to run something like Omega again
Thoughts on the fans and the support
Have you said anything you regretted
Do you feel pressured to do steroids
Any regrets
Does it bother you when you see less talented guys being pushed at a time when your unemployed
What is your future
Do you think TNA has a future
How has Hunter changed since the first time you wrestled him 10 years ago
What has life been like on the indys
You talked in your book about having a falling out with Joey Abs, what happened
When the ECW and WCW guys came over to the WWE, were they singled out
What is it like to wrestle on a Wrestlemania
Is there anyone you are looking forward to wrestling
Are you afraid of getting hurt on the indys and ruining any chances for a WWE return
Would you ever go back
Could you work with Adam and Amy
Do you think it would hard to fit back into the locker room after some of the things you said
Anyone you have never wrestled that you would like
If you could make a tape of only 2 hrs of your matches to be put into a vault, which would they be.
Do you think the WWE has dropped the ball on cruiserweights
What did you think of when they played your Titan Tron video during the wedding
Do you think Adam genuinely has remorse or doesn't care
Do you think Amy genuinely has remorse or doesn't care.
Have you watched a lot of tapes since you have been home and if so, what
Do you like newer stuff or older stuff
Does it scare you or excite you to be a free agent
Have you talked with anyone in WWE management since your release
Are you afraid that you would screw up a bigger money deal with WWE if you go to TNA




Scott Steiner Shoot Interview (Time: 1 : 53 hr)

Line up the freaks…

Get out the straight jacket…

And be afraid. Very afraid.

FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER…Scott Steiner's first legit shoot, delivered as only RF VIDEO can! Love him or hate him, one thing you can never say about Big Poppa Pump is that he's not outspoken. Now, former WCW world heavyweight champion Scott Steiner, well known for controversial promos during Nitro's heyday, continued his tradition of "telling it like it is" on this new release. Have you ever felt fear while administrating a shoot interview? Well we now have!

A “superstar” in WCW, WWE, ECW, and even New Japan during the 1990s and 2000. Steiner been everywhere and has held every championship title in tag-team wrestling (multiple time WCW, WWE, IWGP winner) with his brother the dog faced gremlin Rick Steiner. The former all american has dealt with a lot of the politics in the wrestling business, including butting heads with the management of WCW while going into business for himself in two infamous shoot promos on Ric Flair and DDP Not too mention Scott's WWE run and matches with Triple H and his partnership and feud with Test. Now, for the first time, we sat big poppa pump down and got the low down on his entire glorious career. Who knew that the Pretty College boy from Michigan with the awesome mullet and slow brother would later become this generation's version of Superstar Billy Graham? Who could guess that the innovator of the Frankensteiner would become such a jacked up powerhouse? The whole career of scott Steiner is gone over here, in depth, with the man with the largest arms in the world.

While WCW was crumbling like Rome, Scott Steiner was their World champion… their very own FREAKZILLA! As all his hocohes say, theres nothing finer then Scott Steiner, but in this case, theres nothing finer then to hear Steiner shoot all over WCW, WWE and all the men who have influced and held him back in professional wrestling . During his career, hes spent time and had main event programs in both the WWE and WCW. From working stiff, his injuries, his thoughts on the business today, ribs, roadstories, TNA, Sting, Steiner lets it all hang out here. From the amachairs, to Missy Hyatts dog, to Antonio Inoki, Hulk Hogan, and Vince McMahon. Steiner shoots on them all. Forget about his lead pipe, Steiner's words are just as lethal!

This one goes out to all the Big Bad Booty Daddys freaks out there. RF Video is your hookup; holler if you hear me!

Talk about your amateur background
When did you decide to make the transition to pro wrestling
Did you ever wrestle Kurt Angle or with any of the more known MMAs
How close were you and Rick when you broke into the business
Who trained you
What do you remember about your first match against Don Kent
How did you get into Memphis
First impressions of the territory
How helpful was Lawler and what was he like
Memories of Robert Fuller
Memories of Mick Foley from the time period
Memories of Jeff Jarrett from back then
What were the payoffs like
Who did you live with
Memories of teaming with Billy Travis
What was the rat/groupie scene like
Who taught you the most at this time
Memories of Sid Vicious from this time period
Memories of Undertaker from this time
How did you wind up leaving for WCW
How were you treated initially by the locker room
Initial thoughts on Jim Herd
Memories of your series with the Varsity Club
Memories of Terry Funk
Did you hold it against Flair when you came in that he refused to put your brother over
Initial memories of Sting
Memories of your series with the Freebirds
Memories of your series with Midnight Express
Thoughts on Cornette
Memories of your series with the Skyscrapers
Memories of your series with the Samoans
Can you talk about your match at Havoc with the Nastys and why it is still remembered as a classic
Memories of your series with Doom
Is it true that you gave your brother a black eye for an angle
Thoughts on Paul E
Memories of your series with the Andersons
Thoughts on Lex Luger
Memories of your match with the Road Warriors at Starrcade 89
How did you come up with the Frankensteiner
Are you surprised at how common the move is now
Did anyone ever refuse to work with you and your brother because you guys worked stiff
How did things change when Bill Watts came in
What happened between you and Bill Watts
Were you surprised he was fired so quick
Whos idea was it to push you as a singles wrestler and how did your brother react
Memories of your series with Ric Flair
Why did you and your brother give DDP such a hard time
How did you wind up with Missy Hyatt as your manager and thoughts
What is the story with you guys stealing her dog
Memories of your series with Gordy and Williams
Did you enjoy working more stiff with them
Memories of working with Vader
During this time in WCW, the early 90s did Vince ever try and make a play for you guys
Memories of your first trips to New Japan
Thoughts on Inoki
Memories of matches with Vader and Bigelow
Memories of matches with Scott Norton in NJPW
Memories of your match with Sting and Muta
Memories of working with Steamboat for the TV Title
How did you guys wind up in the WWF
Initial thoughts on Vince
Compare the WWF and WCW locker rooms
Were you two told to tone down your styles
Memories of your series with the Beverlys
Memories of your series with the Nastys in the WWF
Memories of your series with Money Inc
Memories of your match with the Harts
Memories of Ultimate Warrior
Memories of Shawn Michaels during this time period in and out of the ring
Memories of Hogan in and out of the ring
Were there ever any plans from either WWF or WCW to feud you and your brother in the early days
What lead to you guys leaving the WWF
At this point where did you and your brother see your careers? did either of you plan on retiring or winding down
How did you wind up in ECW
Did you ever look at ECW as a step down coming from working Tokyo Domes, Wrestlemanias, and Starrcades
Memories of your matches with Benoit and Malenko
Memories of your matches with Raven and Richards
Memories of your matches with the Eliminators
How did you and your brother wind up back in WCW
Did you both leave ECW on good terms
What did you think of the Nitro concept
Initial thoughts on Bischoff
Memories of your series on Nitro with the Road Warriors and Sting and Luger
How different was this WCW as compared to the last WCW
How did things change when WCW won the ratings war and the NWO were strong on top
How influential good or bad do you think Hall and Nash was to your push
Memories of the match with Slater and Murdoch in which you tore your tendon
How did the whole Papa Pump gimmick come about and your initial thoughts
Is the gimmick based on Billy Graham
When do you think the politics got out of control in WCW
Want happened with your arrest, what was the story
Memories of working against your brother
What do you think went wrong with WCW that propelled WWE to beat them
Do you think that management were intimidated by you
Do you think Hogan aligned himself with you for protection
What lead you to cut the infamous promo on Nitro on Ric Flair
What did he say to you in the back afterwards
Did you receive any disciplinary actions
Do you regret it
Were there any attempts to turn that into an angle
Why were you suspended for unprofessional behavior prior to the June 27, 2000 "Thunder" taping in Lincoln, NE.
When did you become frustrated with WCW and why
When your contract came due did you have talks with WWE
Do you think it was fair or unfair to fire Scott Hall back then
What were your thoughts when the Radicals all jumped to Titan
What were your early impressions of Vince Russo
How well did you know him in the WWF
Did you think he was in over his head
What were your impressions of the locker room
How was the locker divided politically
Did you think that Russo put himself on tv too much
How did you wind up put with Buff
Thoughts on Buff Bagwell
Do you think it got out of hand with everyone jumping in and out of the NWO
Is it true that was personal heat between you two
Memories of the night he got injured in the ring with your brother
Thoughts on Ernest Miller
Did the constant change in management between Bischoff and Russo effect you or any of your programs in any way?
Was Sting any different this time around as compared to your previous WCW run
Are you surprised he hasnt wound up in the WWE
Thoughts on Bill Goldberg
Do you think he was being played politically by Nash and his crew
How did things change when Russo was demoted and Sullivan and Busch started booking
What were you and the boys told when they brought Eric and Vince back
What were your thoughts on the whole New Blood-Millionaires feud
Do you think DDP was overpushed because of his relationship with Eric Bischoff
Thoughts on Tank Abbott
Thoughts on Shane Douglas
What do you think killed WCW
What happened the night you lost a tooth in a match with Hugh Morris
What do you remember about the match in which Sid injured his leg
Thoughts on your series with Booker T
Do you think being booked as WCW champion in a sense you were booked to fail since there were talks of a sale to Bischoff at the time
Are you bitter about WCW dying
Would you have been part of Eric Bischoff's new WCW
How did you find out it was sold
What was your reaction as well as the other guys
What do you remember about the final Nitro
Take us through how things were ran from the moment you entered the building until after you left
Were you under the impression you would be signed
Did you have a problem dropping the belt that night and in hindsight do you think you should have refused in order to make yourself more valuable down the line
At what point did you realize you werent going to be signed right away
Are you glad you came later in hindsight since the angle bombed
Why do you think it bombed
How did you injure your foot
Jim Ross would publicly say as soon as your foot is healed you would be signed. What did you think when youd hear or read that
How did you wind up going into the WWE
How did Vince change
What were your promised going in
How healthy were you
How had things changed since the last time you were there
Initial thoughts on Triple H
Did you hurt Chris Nowinski on your first night
A lot of people felt your first match with Triple H was booked to go too long, do you agree or disagree and why do you and why was it
Were you surprised when the crowd turned on the match
Were you surprised you started getting booed after that
How did Triple H react to all of this
During the feud with Evolution were there ever any problems between you and Flair
Thoughts on matches with Chris Jericho
Was there ever any concern to pulling the plug on the HHH program early
Do you think the failure of that feud to get over resulted in your demise there
Thoughts on Batista and Randy Orton
Thoughts on JBL
How did you wind up with Test
How much freedom did you have in your promos or did the writers write everything and thoughts on that
Thoughts on matches with the Dudleys
Thoughts on the whole Test program
Thoughts on Steve Austin
Thoughts on wrestling RVD
What lead to your leaving
Did you leave on good terms
Do you regret anything about your last time there
Will you go back at any point
Jerry Jarrett wrote a book and says you jerked Jeff around when he contacted you originally about working for TNA and you werent as good a friend to Jeff as he thought. Your thoughts?
Do you think Jeff can be a successful top guy in TNA now that they are on Spike TV
What is your future
Do you think TNA has a future
Do you think you will be a part of it
Why do you think the business is in a decline?
What are you doing today?
Have you ever refused to do a job and why
Regrets
Favorite and least favorite opponents
In your opinion most overrated and underrated workers
Can you still be a main draw in 2005
Future plans
Advice for young guys
Thoughts on newsletters and the internet
Best ribs you ever saw
Road stories from all areas
Are you surprised by guys like Terry Funk and Flair who have been around this long
Any talks with NWATNA
Thoughts on the lack of kayfabe today in wrestling
Are you surprised that Bret Hart came back to a DVD with the WWE
Is there anyone you didn't get a chance to work with that you wished you would have
Can a good television writer write good wrestling
Can a newsletter or an internet reporter objectively critique a match
Thoughts on Steroids in wrestling
What was your favorite time in your career
What is your favorite moment in your career
What do you think is wrong with the business today
Would you like to be in the WWE Hall of Fame
Any thoughts on writing a book




Joanie "Chyna Doll" Laurer Shoot Interview (Time: 2 : 40 hr)

The 9th Wonder of the World, Chyna, gave RF VIDEO an exclusive shoot interview that will be the talk of the wrestling world for years. Often the center of controversy, Chyna finally sets the record straight on all the hot topics. We grilled Joanie on her entire career that included: being trained by Killer Kowalski,her ultra popular WWE run, Playboy photo shoot, the tumultuous relationship with Sean Waltman, VH1's Surreal Life, , and much, much more! This is one interview that will tear at your heart strings as Joanie emotionally describes for us in great detail about what it is like being one of the most recognizable women in wrestling history.

What makes this shoot stand out is the incredible amount of detail Chyna went into concerning her relationship with Triple H. If you thought that Matt Hardy put all the cards on the table in his great shoot with us, then you won't believe how much information Joanie gives. Telling never-before-heard-stories, Chyna talked about how she found out HHH was cheating on her and the immediate confrontation with Vince McMahon himself.

But that's not all! Chyna gives all the juicy details on the subjects wrestling fans want to know. Which WWE main event star refused to sell for her? Why was The Kat really fired? Does she regret anything in her book? What went wrong in her match with Chono in Japan? What is the real story between Joanie and TNA? These and many more questions are answered in one of the most emotional shoots RF VIDEO has had the privilege to be a part of.

Were you a fan growing up
When did you get into fitness and bodybuilding
How did you hook up with Killer Kowalski
Was wrestling harder to pick up than you thought
Is it true you dated Perry Saturn during this time and if so, thoughts, memories on Perry
Did you know HHH in training
You attended an ECW house show, were there ever any plans for you to start working there
Memories of your time on the indys and matches
How did you get into the WWE
Killer Kowalski has been outspoken at being disappointed you did not credit him in your book, what was his part in getting you into the WWE
Initial thoughts on Vince
Who's idea was it to pair you and HHH
Initial thoughts on HHH
How were you received by the locker room
Initial thoughts on Shawn
What was the Bret-Shawn dynamic like
How was your push affected by what happened at the Farewell to the Clique in MSG
How in control of the locker room were Shawn and Hunter
Is it true that Steve Austin did not want to sell for you, and thoughts if so
Did anyone else refuse to sell for you
Thoughts on Steve Austin
Thoughts on the rise of the Rock
How did Austin and Rock change with success
Thoughts on your program with Dustin and Marlena
How did you change your body to go from body builder to more fit
Memories of Survivor Series 97
Do you think that Bret was treated fairly
How did the locker room change towards Shawn and Hunter right after
At what point did your relationship with Hunter get romantic
How open were you 2 about it with the boys
Did you enjoy traveling with Hunter
How hard was it to stay in shape and be on the road
Who's idea was it to make your character more dynamic with speaking, personality, etc
Is it true that Hunter was against bringing Billy and Brian into DX
How did you get along with the Outlaws
How did you get along at that time with Sean Waltman
Thoughts on Sable
Were you surprised she came back
Who's idea was it to do that deal with you and Mark Henry and thoughts on the angle
Who's idea was it for you guys to turn on DX
Were you two for it
Who's idea was it for you to start wrestling
Thoughts on your angle with Jeff Jarrett
What happened the night Jeff refused to drop the IC belt to you because of his contract status
How did the boys react to you becoming IC champ
Did you prefer making your own identity or being a part of DX
Memories of working with Chris Jericho
Memories of your angles and working with Eddie Guerrero
Was Eddie very careful because of his family as to how it would be perceived
How did you wind up in Playboy
Did you broker your own deal
How did that change life for you
Was it hard to deal with success when WWE and pro wrestling boomed in 99
Did Austin and HHH have political issues
In your time with Hunter do you recall him using his political influence to try and hold anyone back
Was Hunter jealous of Rock's success
Who's idea was it to put Miss Kitty with you
She was fired around this time and Lawler said he never understood why. Why do you think she was fired?
How involved were you with writing your book?
Do you regret anything said in the book
Why did you take time off from the worked neck injury
Memories of your program with Ivory
Did you prefer working the guys or the girls
Was HHH angry you said he liked anal on the Howard Stern show
Did it bother you when they made fun of you on the show
How did you find out about HHH and Stephanie
Did Stephanie change towards you in the weeks prior
Were you worried when the two started an angle together
Did you confront the two of them
Did you go to Vince about it
Emotionally, how crushed were you
How did the locker room change towards you after it was out in the open
Did they ever flagrantly throw it in your face
Did they ever consider putting you with Test and doing a program with the 2 of them
What happened in one of your final matches with Lita? You seemed to make a mockery of the whole thing with a lot of comedy in the match.
How did you feel about the new direction going towards Lita and Trish?
What lead to you leaving the WWE
Could you have stayed
Do you regret leaving
How bitter were the WWE after you left towards you
Have you talked to Vince or JR after you left
Do you think you would have wound up in WCW if they stuck around
How did you wind up with New Japan
Thoughts on Antonio Inoki
Did he try and get you to shoot fight
What went wrong with your match with Chono
Did the NJPW guys have more of a hard time selling for you than WWE guys
Why did your relationship with Inoki end
What happened with NWATNA? They say you no showed but you have said that they expected you to wrestle when you wouldnt.
Is it true you were upset because you didn't want to put Trinity over
Thoughts overall on TNA
Have you talked with them over the years about trying to work together
Thoughts on your boxing match with Joey Buttafuco
You appeared on the Howard Stern show impaired, how far gone were you at that time
How did you wind up romantically involved with Sean
How serious were you two.
Both of you claim to stalk each other, where do you think the truth lies
Was your relationship with him dysfunctional
How much more did you abuse drugs with Sean than before
What were your drugs of choice
Who's idea was it to make the pornography
Do you regret it
Do you think that closed the door on you ever returning to the WWE
Have you had any talks ever to come back even if for one night
How hard was it to get into acting after wrestling
Is it hard to get people to take you seriously
Is it true you were supposed to be the female Terminator in T3
Do you regret your time on the Surreal Life
Recently you were on Larry King talking about Anna Nicole Smith and you were accused of being a stalker. How do you respond to that?
Thoughts on how the trial turned out
How are things between you and Sean today
How long have you been clean
What are your future plans
Do you miss wrestling
What is the biggest misconception of you today
Thoughts on newsletters and the internet
What do you miss most and least about being a full time wrestler
What are your current goals
Any good rib or road stories
Favorite people to work with and why
Least favorite and why
Would you like to write another book at some point
Advice for young girls wanting to get into the business




Davey Richards Shoot Interview - (Time: - Coming Soon

A talent the likes of Davey Richards doesn't come around very often. An athlete with such talent and skill, mixed with a desire to be the very best at what he does is rare in any line of work, and in the professional wrestling business, a mixture of those traits can take you straight to the top. Mix in a fear of no man or their feelings, and the ability to get everyone's attention when you speak can make you a lightning rod, and that's just what Davey Richards has become, albeit unwillingly in the last few years. Now with one big chapter of his career firmly placed in his rearview mirror, Davey Richards sat down with RF Video for the first time to speak his mind and share his views on everything that has transpired between him and Ring of Honor, Jim Cornette, Kevin Steen, Gabe Sapolsky, and the next step of his career which awaits down in Florida.

During our interview with Davey Richards, we cover it all, from his start in the Pacific Northwest and his rapid rise across the country to becoming a dominant Champion in Ring of Honor, all the controversy that comes with it, and his position as a heavily sought after "free agent" with an even brighter future. Right from start, evidence of Davey Richards passion pours out of him as we discuss every topic on the table, including those that you the RF Video fans wanted to hear about. Richards is a man with a big heart, lofty goals, and an attitude that has inspired him to be the very best. We discuss the entire fallout with Ring Honor, and his unusual arrangement with Triple H and the WWE, and what if any plans he has for a backup in case things don't work out. We left no stone unturned and asked Davey not just about the good times, but also those that weren't so great. His rise to prominence did not come without a few roadblocks along the way. There were failed relationships, both personal and business and feelings were hurt in the process, and we discuss it all.

In addition, RF Video is proud to offer a very special and EXCLUSIVE bonus feature on this DVD and it comes in the form of a face to face confrontation that many people, including those involved NEVER thought would happen. That confrontation is one between Davey Richards and Gabe Sapolsky, and we captured it all on the camera as the two sat down face-to-face and discussed the very public deteriotation of their relationship which surprised many, and left a friendship in ruins. What happens when two of the biggest personalities in wrestling discuss all the accusations, the arguments, disagreements and differences on camera for the first time in over 2 years? You will find out as RF Video brings you an exclusive 30 minute face to face between Davey Richards and Gabe Sapolsky as a bonus to you for ordering this interview. You won't want to miss this one, or the interview that accompanies it as Davey Richards and RF Video team up for the first time!

It's been said you weren't a wrestling fan growing up.  Talk about your love of amateur wrestling and finally discovering pro wrestling and what made you passionate for the business.

What made you decide to begin training?

Immediate impressions of what the business was like and how did they change as you began training?

You've remained close with your trainer, Tony Kozina - discuss learning under him and how your relationship has changed over the years?

Is it hard to remain close with someone in the wrestling business as compared to life outside the business?

What is it about Dynamite Kid that inspired you so much?

When you see how badly he is doing physically, does that worry you, given your hard-hitting style in the ring?

Talk about the independent scene in Washington State where you broke in?  Any early memories of Pro Wrestling War?

How did you first get hooked up with PWG?  Your first thoughts on the company and the talents that run it?

Were there any PWG guys you thought would go on to become bigger names that didn't make it?

In 2006, you won the ECWA Super 8, defeating Scott Lost, Milano Collection AT and Charlie Haas.  Memories of that night and thoughts on what Jim Kettner's ECWA was like?

In 2006, you come to ROH for the first time, facing Jimmy Rave.  How do you get booked for ROH and what are your first impressions of the company and the locker room?

How does the ROH locker room compare to PWG during that time period?

You were booked as the American protege of KENTA from NOAH during that initial run.  Memories of working with KENTA and the early days of the ROH run.

You've worked a lot in Europe, especially the UK and Germany.  What are your favorite promotions to work for there?

You've often praised the fans there for keeping you going as a talent,.  What is it about the fans overseas that is so different about American wrestling fans.

What was your relationship like with booker Gabe Sapolsky at the time?

Memories of the No Remorse Corps with Ricky Romero and Roderick Strong?

Memories of wrestling the Briscoes while teaming with KENTA?

You did your first tour with Pro Wrestling NOAH in 2007.   Memories of the initial tour.

You later worked a lot for New Japan Pro Wrestling.  What were the differences in how talents were treated by the two companies and the style in the ring?

How did the American Wolves come to be?

First memories of Eddie Edwards?

You often say you believe Edwards is better than you in the ring - what makes you say that?

What was your reaction when ROH fired Gabe Sapolsky and replaced him with Adam Pearce?

Was Pearce a good fit for the company?

How did ROH change with Adam booking?

Did you ever question Gabe being let go to owner Cary Silkin?

What was Gabe like after being let go?  Some people say he couldn't accept it.

As 2008 ended, the Wolves worked a lot with The Briscoes - memories of those matches?

Duing this time period, you worked for the first time in ROH with Tyler Black and Kevin Steen.  Memories of working them for the first time?

ROH signed a TV deal with HDNet about the same time.  Did you feel it was going to bring the company to the next level?

Were you upset when it didn't pan out that way?

Memories of defeating El Generico and Kevin Steen for the ROH Tag titles on TV.

Wolves vs. American Dragon and Tyler Black in a 45 minute draw is remembered as one of the better matches from that ROH era.  What are your memories of it.

When you see guys like Daniel Bryan and Seth Rollins on WWE TV, does it give you hope that perhaps the business can change on a national level so talents that are more steeped in athletic ability can make big money and not be mid-card attractions?

Memories of Ladder War II and Eddie working the match against Steen and Generico with a broken arm.  Should he have been allowed to work it?

Thoughts on over the top gimmick matches in general since you are more of a ground and pound traditional pro wrestler in style?

In 2009, you worked for Dragon Gate USA - since it was Gabe's company, was ROH upset about this?   Thoughts on the early DGUSA shows.

When Gabe announced the formation of EVOLVE, the releases noted you were going to be a partner in the company and take a big role in it.  Obviously, that never happened so go over your side of why that never happened?

Since you were signed to ROH all that time anyway, how could you have worked for EVOLVE anway?

Gabe Sapolsky announced that you had pulled out of EVOLVE and was obviously upset about it, referring to you as "Wesley" online.  Were you surprised he acted that way?

ROH announced at the same time that you had signed a new deal with the company - what were those discussions like?

Why did ROH care so much about what Gabe was doing?  Do you think Gabe was obsessed with the fact he had been fired by ROH and wasn't able to let go at the time?

Would you work for Gabe today in 2013?

During ROH's Wrestlemania weekend in Texas, you had a match with KENTA that was considered one of the best ROH matches of the year.  After the match, you took the mic and sent a message to everyone in the back that the style of match you and KENTA has was what was supposed to be what ROH was about - talk about what led up to that match, why you and KENTA decided to steal the show and what the reaction from ROH management was like?

What was your relationship with Adam Pearce as ROH booker like?

There were stories at the time that he was hard to work with and was rude and threatening to some in the company - did that happen to the wrestlers?

Were you surprised when Silkin let Adam go?

What were your thoughts on Delirious getting the book?

Discuss your relationship with Hunter Johnson aka Delirious.  Has getting the book changed him at all?

Memories of your ROH title matches with Tyler Black.

You've worked a lot with Roderick Strong over the years and became one of the longest tenured talents in the company with him - thoughts on Strong in the ring and as a person.

Were you surprised when Jim Cornette came into the company?

Your immediate thoughts on Cornette and how did they change over time?

How did ROH change when Cary sold the company to Sinclair?

Were you aware there was even going to be a sale?

What were your first impressions of Joe Koff and the Sinclair team?

Is it true Sinclair promised that the company would have a lot more dates, catering, trainers and other things for the boys when Koff first announced the purchase?

When that didn't happen, what did that do to the company morale?

Do you think Sinclair should have gotten rid of the old staff?

What was your reaction when Cornette replaced Hunter as the booker?

You became the ROH champion during the change-over in one of the most emotional matches of ROH champion during all this - what are your memories of defeating Eddie for the title and of the post-match speech you made?

What do you think are the biggest mistakes Sinclair made after purchasing ROH?

Should Cary still have a role in the day to day of the company?

Let's talk about New Japan a bit.  You debut there in 2010 as part of the Best of Super Junior tournament.  Do you feel like you are walking in Dynamite Kid's footsteps working for such a major promotion?

Favorite matches and memories from the tournament?

Memories of working with Prince Devitt?

There's talk WWE is interested in him - how do you think he would translate to an American audience?

Thoughts on your team with Rocky Romero?  Favorite matches as a team?

You pull out of NJPW citing a car accident and never return?  Why?

There were rumors at the time you were upset with pay, specifically because Romero was making more - anything to those rumors?

Back to ROH, thoughts on your ROH title run and how it was booked.

There were a lot of criticism online of Cornette's booking being too old school Southern Wrestling for 2013 - o you think that criticism is valid?

There was also criticism that the title picture with you and Edwards was too much MMA and not enough wrestling at time - what do you say to that criticism?

What were your thoughts on ROH bringing in Dan Severn as Eddie's trainer for the Final Battle match between you too?

Kevin Steen rises to prominence as a ROH main eventer during this time.  Thoughts on how Steen has changed and evolved over the years?

At one point, you had massive heat with Kevin Steen.  Is it true you were upset you were booked to lose the ROH title to him in Canada because he's not an athlete like you?  What caused the issues between the two sides.

What are your thoughts on him today?

What led to the two sides making up?

Kyle O'Reily has become your top protege - your first memories of him and how he has grown as a talent and a wrestler in the ring?

Michael Elgin comes to prominence after your Showdown in the Sun bout.  Thoughts on him as a worker?

During 2011, ROH begins to have a ton of problems with iPPVs.  As a wrestler, do you get concerned about any of this or is it something out of your control?  Do you think the issues hurt the momentum of the company?  Do you ever voice your concerns?

In 2012, you end up back with Eddie Edwards as the American Wolves again.  Why does ROH put you back into a team when you are already in a position to be one of the top names there?  Is it true you request it and if so, why?

Memories of facing the Forever Hooligans and RedDragon for ROH?

Are you surprised when Cornette leaves ROH?  Should Hunter have been booker all along?

How did things change once Cornette was done?
You did an interview with Total Wrestling Magazine talking about ROH, which is what led to the beginning of the end of your relationship there.  What did you say in the interview that upset the company and who did you specifically hear from regarding the comments?

It's been said you were misquoted - so what did you say vs. what was actually printed?

ROH pulled you from dates in Michigan and Ohio because of the comments and then you were put back on - talk about what happened and how you ended up back on the dates.

Did you have any idea these would be your final appearances for the company?

Do you feel the company owed it to you to have a final appearance in NYC?

What was your reaction when ROH emailed you telling you you were off the Final Battle event?

You decided to announce you had left the company before their official announcement - why?

What was your last conversation with the company?

They were using a neck injury as their reasoning for not using you.  You pulled off some NOAH dates due to the neck.  Whats the story with the injury and how bad is it?

Do you see their side of why they removed you?

If you could book your final ROH appearance, what would you have booked?

Do you feel like ROH has failed under Sinclair?

If you do, who takes the blame?

You said that you hoped ROH would find its heart again - explain why you feel that heart has been lost.

Did you worry any of the ROH fallout could hurt your standing with WWE?

Do you ever worry that any of this can wash over and hurt Eddie Edwards with WWE?

You worked a week long tryout for WWE - what do you think of the Performance Center and the trainers there?

Who from WWE developmental impressed you?

What have your conversations with HHH been like?

Has TNA been on your radar at all?

If you had to pick one place where you will be working a year from now, where is it?

You've openly talked about retiring a number of times publicly.  What is it that changes your mind and prevents you from getting out of the business?

Compare the four ROH bookers you worked with - Gabe, Cornette, Delirious, Adam Pearce.  Who was the best for the company and the easiest and hardest to work with?

What do you think is the biggest misunderstanding that people have of Davey Richards?

What is your message to the fans that have supported you all this time?

What do you still love the most about pro wrestling?




Face Off Vol. 12- Friends 4 Life (Time: 2: 33 hr)

Over the years RF VIDEO has done hundreds of shoot style interviews with everyone in the business. Well on 9-11-10 we raised the bar as we conducted the most emotional and what will go down as the most controversial interview of all time in the history of the business. Kevin Nash and Sean Waltman gave RF VIDEO the greatest interview of all time and that is a shoot! In the past we have hyped up our interviews but this interview was unlike anything we have ever shot before. I really don't know where to even begin at but the mood for this interview was intense.
We have captured some emotional moments before on video but last nights will over ride anything we have ever shot. You will see another side of Kevin and Sean as they discuss in great detail what happened when Sean tried to take his own life in Mexico. Both men break down and you can feel the bond between them as Kevin and Sean go into great detail of what happened on that horrific weekend. The tears are flowing in the room even by Ryan Shamrock who made a very special appearance on the shoot. Kevin and Sean both broke down as they recounted in great detail on how Kevin saved Seans life. This story in itself makes the entire DVD on its own but there was so much other information that is going to really wake up the wrestling world when it comes to drugs and all of the recent deaths as we really talked harsh about the recent events of people passing away. Kevin and Sean speak out for the first time ever and give their most humble and honest opinions on all of these matters especially when it comes to blaming anyone in the business for these passings.

Both men share some of the most inside stories when it comes to doing drugs in the business. I was shocked to hear some of them as I never thought they would be this honest but RF VIDEO was able to get them to open up so we could really educate the fans and other wresters on these matters. You will hear from Kevin how at times he is even surprised that they are even alive themselves. They take you inside the antics of the clique and how they used to party. We discuss Scott Hall as well and how he is doing these days. You will never get a chance to ever hear these stories anywhere else.

We talked all about the current events in the wrestling business today especially what really went down when he posted his latest rant against TNA on his twitter account. Kevin and Sean talk all about the backstage politics of TNA. What do they think needs to be done to get the company on the right track? What do they think of the Hulkster and Bischoff connection in TNA. His most recent comments on RVD and Jeff Hardy. Do they like working for Dixie Carter? Who in TNA has the it factor? They were just a few of the topics that we talked about when it came to TNA. Trust me when I say this, you have never ever seen a interview like this one.

What happened backstage with the Rock and Kevin Nash when Kevin returned to the WWE. This story was awesome in itself. Kevin gave his brutal comments on ECW and what he thinks of Paul Heyman. What do both men think of Bret Hart being back in the WWE and what did they think about his angle with HBK. What do they think about the NXT angle and the current headliners in the WWE? Was Vince working all the boys after Bret Hart punched him? Was there real heat with Savio Vega and the Undertakers clique? Should Ric Flair still be in the ring today and what happened in WCW behind the scenes with Flair and Nash and Piper.

There are tons of backstage stories on WWE, WCW and TNA as well. The stories are non stop from the moment we started to film until the climax. We promise you that this DVD will have you talking to all of your friends about it. We expect this interview to get talked about for years to come.

I can sit here and list all of the topics but to be honest there is no need to. The stories that you get during this interview were really amazing. If you love hearing about behind the scenes stuff that you know you would never have the chance to hear about then this DVD will be a must.

This DVD really needs no more hype….as this was our greatest work of all time and our special sneak previews will show you just how special it was for us to be apart of….

Here are a few topics that we touched on too:

Read anything good on Twitter lately
So what inspired you twitter post
Did you technically quit on Twitter or had you and TNA already agreed to part ways
Why do you think you were accused of going into business for yourself in September
How do you guys feel about Twitter
Why do you guys think that ratings and ppv numbers have gone down since Hogan and Bischoff got involved with TNA
Which young guys in the WWE do you think can be superstars either now or down the line
Why do you think ppv is declining overall for pro wrestling
Thoughts on Vince Russo
Dixie gets criticized a lot on the Internet, do you think that some people are too hard or is it well deserved
Does she get it
Who do you think is stealing her money in TNA
You guys were both critical of Ric Flair in WCW, he is still wrestling well in his 50s. What are your thoughts on Ric now?
Could an NWO like angle work today
Thoughts on when people compared the Nexus angle to the NWO
Thoughts on the recent news of a startup company in Florida
What do you think is missing from wrestling today
The NWO were “cool” and appealed to teenagers. Do you think anything in wrestling appeals to teenagers today?
How is Scott Hall doing?
Thoughts on Bret Hart coming back to the WWE
Thoughts on Bret and Shawn patching things up in the ring
Do you think Shawn will ever come back
Kevin, what is missing from today’s big men in wrestling that doesn’t make them stand out like you did.
What do you guys think about all of the ECW revivals
Thoughts on all of the rumors about Paul Heyman coming to TNA
Do you think he could turn it around
Paul said in an interview that anyone over 40 would be in trouble if he came to TNA. Thoughts?
Is there anyone in particular you guys like to watch today?
Thoughts on Linda’s campaign and all of the bad press she is getting for wrestler deaths
Thoughts on all of the wrestler deaths
Which ones hit you guys the hardest
Do you believe the rumors about Randy Savage and Stephanie McMahon
Have either of you guys ever been in a shoot in the middle of a match
What would you guys do if you were booking TNA
What would you guys do if you were booking WWE
TWho is the biggest mark for him or herself in wrestling
Sheamus
Randy Orton
Kofi Kingston
JThoughts on Jim Cornette threatening Vince Russo and how that went down
Should there be drug testing in wrestling




Pro. Wrestling Ultimate Insiders Vince Russo & Ed Ferrara Vol. 1-2-3 (3 DVD Set) (Time: 9 Hours) - 3 hours each.




Ultimate Insiders Matt & Jeff Hardy Vol. 4-5-6 (3 DVD Set) (Time: 9 Hours) - 3 hours each.

Nearly ninehours of footage with Matt & Jeff Hardy!

Disc 1: Matt & Jeff Hardy - From the backyard to the Big Time

This DVD features over three hours of Matt & Jeff Hardy being interviewed, plus over an hour of extra bonus features.

The interview was shot with a four-camera set-up and the post-produced final product includes special graphics and factoids that give additional background information and specific dates on subjects discussed.

The top notch production values are a significant step up from the acclaimed production values of the first Ultimate Insiders DVD set!

This first disc features Matt and Jeff in their longest interview together ever, discussing the start of their careers, funny stories, their first experiences backstage as WWF jobbers, their relationship over the years, how the wrestling lifestyle (including drugs and alchohol) affected their lives, backstage stories from WWE, their interaction with top WWE stars over the years, how the TLC matches came about and how they affected their careers, and much more.

Watch them as they remind each other of funny stories, argue a bit, and learn things they never knew about each other. It's a truly remarkable march through their unlikely path to WWE and even less likely paths out of WWE.

DISC 1 (over 3 hours!)

1. IN THE BEGINNING
2. DADS THOUGHTS
3. DEVELOPING A STYLE
4. TWF
5. YOUNG ENTEREPRENEURS
6. THE FAIR SHOWS
7. MULTIPLE GIMMICKS
8. THE FIRST INDY SHOW
9. ROAD TO THE WWF
10. FIRST TIME
11. TERMINOLOGY & INSIDE INFO
12. WWF TRIPPIN
13. OLD SCHOOL JOB SQUAD
14. THEIR FIRST WWF MATCHES
15. BETWEEN THE 1ST MATCH AND THE CONTRACT
16. MAKE THEM REMEMBER YOU
17. THIS IS IT!
18. OMEGA
19. BEING OFFERED CONTRACT
20. WWE TRAINING CAMP
21. KURT ANGLE AT CAMP
22. GETTING CALLED UP
23. THE FIRST PUSH
24. RIBBING, HAZING, AND TESTING
25. 1ST TAG TITLE REIGN
26. THE FEUD WITH EDGE & CHRISTIAN
27. THE LADDER
28. DIFFERENT STYLES
29. THE MARTY JANNETTY
30. GETTING MIC TIME
31. MICHAEL HAYES
32. INTERACTING WITH VINCE MCMAHON
33. MATT RETURNS TO RAW
34. JEFF SAYS NO
35. THE DUDLEY BOYS
36. REAL FIGHTS
37. BURNOUT
38. DRUGS
39. MATT AND JEFF TENSION
40. WCW INVASION & IMPACT
41. THEIR CHOICE OF HOMES A TELLING DIFFERENCE

DISC 1 BONUS FEATURES (more than an hour!)

Matt and Jeff Hardy provide 2005 commentary exclusively for the Ultimate Insiders DVD set on one of their earliest matches against each other in front of a crowd in 1997 - Surge vs. Will O' The Whisp.
Footage from their first wrestling organization - Trampoline Wrestling Federation.
An early vintage Hardys promo as "Quadra Squad.",

Disc 2: Matt Hardy - Behind the controversies

This disc, the second in the three disc set, features Matt Hardy talking for 90 minutes in a one-on-one setting.

It is by far his longest, most in-depth one-on-one interview since leaving WWE with extensive and never-before-revealed details on the Lita (Amy Dumas) and Edge (Adam Copeland) controversy that has led to fan chants worldwide in recent months.

Details include a secret meeting with involved parties, the recently discovered actual reason he believes he was released by WWE, his interest in returning, why specifically he believes Lita fell for Edge, and a detailed timeline of the situation and how he reacted every step of the way.
He also talks about the honor and challenge of working with Undertaker... His attempts to come out from under the shadow of his brother... The origination of the Matt Hardy V1 gimmick... The frustrations of balancing his ambitions with the mindset of WWE's creative team and Vince McMahon himself... And much more...

DISC 2 (over 90 minutes!)

1. GAINING HIS OWN IDENTITY
2. MAKING AN IMPRESSION
3. V.1
4. FROM HEAT TO SMACKDOWN
5. THE McMAHONS & CREATIVE FREEDOM
6. 1 MONTH WITH THE UNDERTAKER
7. DERAILED
8. CRUISERWEIGHT DIVISION
9. ZACH GOWEN
10. THE MOVE BACK TO RAW
11. BACK FROM INJURY
12. SO. . . THE STORY BEGINS
13. AMY IN MATT OUT
14. ADAMS WIFE CALLS MATT
15. SHOT IN THE HEART - STABBED IN THE BACK
16. THE SECRET MEETING
17. WHAT REALLY GOT MATT FIRED
18. THE AFTERMATH
19. IF HE COULD GO BACK. . .
20. THE FUTURE

BONUS FEATURES (more than an hour!)

Matt & Jeff Hardy add new 2005 commentary exclusively for Ultimate Insiders to an early tag match (circa 1997) where they faced Pat & C.W. Anderson.
Footage from an early Fair Show with Matt wrestling as High Voltage and Jeff as Wolverine with new 2005 commentary from Matt and Jeff exclusively for Ultimate Insiders.
"Moonlight" movie trailer and interview starring Matt and Jeff as themselves as stars of a movie that was never made. You have to see it to understand it, and even then...

Disc 3: Jeff Hardy - Unwrapping the Enigma

In this one-on-one interview with Jeff, his first since returning to TNA after leaving WWE, he goes into extensive detail on why he walked away from pro wrestling, what he does to fill his time now, why he returned to TNA, and his reaction about rampant accusations that drugs were a major influence in his career path.

Find out what makes the Charismatic Enigma tick, what he wants for his future, what inspires his music, why he paints his body, what his personal life is like (including the woman in his life), and how his childhood shaped who has become as an adult.
He also sounds off on the Lita-Edge controversy, his thoughts on TNA, some of his favorite matches in WWE, and what he wants for his future.

DISC 3 (over 60 minutes!)

1. CHILDHOOD
2. THE VOLCANO
3. THE DECISION
4. EARLY INFLUENCES
5. CHARASMATIC ENIGMA
6. MUSIC
7. SEPTEMBER DAY
8. JEFFS TNA THEME
9. DRAWINGS & TATTOOS
10. DEDICATED TO BETH
11. THE COATI MUNDI
12. THE HOUSE
13. THEY CANT CONTROL ME
14. UNDERTAKER
15. RVD
16. JERRY LYNN
17. TNA
18. THE AMY SITUATION
19. ASPIRATIONS UNFULFILLED?

BONUS FEATURES (more than an hour!)

Matt and Jeff add new 2005 commentary to an early match they had with Joey Matthews & Champ Pain
Ten music tracks from Jeff Hardy including several never-before-released songs, with cool screen graphics in the background.




Ultimate Hardys Box Set DVD (4 Discs Set) (Over 8 Hours!)

The Hardy Boys are back on top of the WWE! Now, for the first time ever in one single collection, fans can get the ULTIMATE, ULTIMATE INSIDERS look into wrestling's most popular brothers!
Hear Matt and Jeff tell their entire life story from wrestling in their father's cornfield on a homemade ring, to breaking into the WWE underage, to their return to the WWE years later and their then meteoric rise to the top! Packed with never-before seen home video and photos , this is the ULTIMATE INSDERS look for any wrestling fan!

PLUS two more DVDs packed with inside stories and drama Matt Hardy: Behind the Controversies (filmed right after Matt was fired in the bizarre love triangle that unjustly cost him his job before fans demanded he be brought back!) and Jeff Hardy: Unwrapping the Enigma (which includes never before released Jeff Hardy music tracks).

AND A 4TH BONUS DVD AVAILABLE ONLY IN THE ULTIMATE HARDY'S BOX SET!




FWA vs. ROH Fan Slam 5/18/2003 DVD

Held the day after the FWA vs Ring Of Honor show this this fan slam event gave fans the unique opportunity to learn about the inner workings of the wrestling business from several different points of view.
This event kicked off with a interview with legendary ECW star Mikey Whipwreck. He talked about:

How he got started in the wrestling business
Who he learned from
Passing on his knowledge, the people he trained
Fondest memories of ECW
Working with Cactus Jack (Mick Foley)
Working for WCW
Favourite ECW match
Training Amazing Red and SAT's
offers from WWE
Why he came out of retirement
Working with Sandman
Thoughts on Paul Heyman
Recovering from injury's, ECW mentality of working with them
Working for UWA in England
The scariest thing that's happened to him in the ring
Downsides of working for WWE
and more!
Next up an interview with AJ Styles, Samoa Joe and Low Ki.

How they got into wrestling
First matches
Getting a real 'break'
Personal best performance
Future goals
Their gimmicks
The differences in working for different company's in different countrys (TNA, WWE, ROH, FWA, Zero One etc)
and more!
DVD Extras:

Exclusive backstage footage and interviews from FWA Frontiers of Honour.




Off The Record With Kurt Angle - VQ - VG/EX (Time: 23 Min.)

Various Off The Record Interviews Late '97/Early 98, VQ - G/VG (Time: 3:30 Hr)
Bobby Heenan, Dave Winfield and Paul Romanuk (Oct 1997)
Sunny, John Gallagher and John Wells (Nov 1997)
Dok Hendrix, Maestro Fresh Wes and Gino Reda (Nov 1997)
Jim Neidhart, British Bulldog and Honky Tonk Man (Nov 1997)
Bret Hart (Dec 1997) - Bret's first appearance on the show sine the Montreal screw job.
Bret Hart, Waldo Von Erich and Donnie Abreu (Feb 1998)
Triple H, Chyna and Dok Hendrix (Feb 1998) - HHH denying that he knew or had anything to with what happened to Bret Hart at Survivor Series 97.
Vince McMahon Pt 1 (Feb 1998)
Vince McMahon Pt 2 (Feb 1998)

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