There are a lot of scenes that are VERY depressing in that documentary like Jake Roberts daughter and Foley's wife and kids during the I Quit match (which I kinda blame on the mom, but I digress), one I found depressing was the scene where Terry Funk goes to the doctor's office. Maybe because I didn't know who Funk was before but man, that scene got to me.
The mos depressing thing about the documentary was it highlights Droz and his first meeting with Vince and what they have planned for him and at the very end the last thing you see on the documentary is "Three weeks after this film was published Darren Drozdov was parlysed from the neck down"
I really need to get a hold of the rest of the 2004 PPVs post-Backlash (SummerSlam notwithstanding since it's available on both YT and DM). I can't really download them directly from sites like rapidshare, uploaded.to and so on because it takes too long and in a laptop, the battery issue comes into play. And unfortunately, the torrents available for them are all slow as fuck and nobody has seeded them.
Just watched Beyond The Mat again I still can't stop laughing at that scene when Rock is obviously trying to get himself in the spotlight with foley and the kids backstage and Austin walks past and just notices and walks over to them and Rock suddenly acts like a nervous dog and steps to one side with a face like a kid told no Austin a badass back then and always
Huh? Rock was talking to the kids and Shane and then Austin came up to say hi. Rock wasn't scared, why the hell would he be?