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Re: Official DVD/Match/Show Discussion Thread

Thanks, the reason I didn't want to keep the 2001 and 86 one is for 86...I simply don't care and for 2001 Ivory wasn't that involved in the main angles and all that, and I don't care about what goes on backstage with the divas lol. And really, all of those Guest Bookers? Some of them looked uninteresting to me.
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I love both the Timeline and Guest Booker series. Doesn't matter to me who is on them, they always have something interesting to say, some crazy stories etc. If I were to pick just the absolute MUST watch GB though:

Guest Booker with Dutch Mantell
Guest Booker with Jim Cornette
Guest Booker with Kevin Sullivan
Guest Booker with Raven
Guest Booker with Gabe Sapolsky
Guest Booker with Gabe Sapolsky & Kevin Sullivan "Yesterday and Today"
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How the hell could someone like HHH he was a such a big dick back in the days LOL i hated him specially cause he cheated all the time against Rock
I was obviously a very weird kid lol. I always got into arguments at school with people about it too, ha. I don't really know why tbh. Like I said, I loved Rock, Austin, Kurt, Jericho etc and would say all their catchphrases and act out all their moves but I just loved HHH more and it's been like that ever since.

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Recommend a Wrestling documentary DVD.

Hi I want to watch a Wrestling documentary by that I mean interviews with relevant video footage rather than just matches put together.

Ive seen

Rise and Fall of ECW
Rise and Fall of WCW
Edge
Chris Jericho
The Rock
Stone Cold
Macho Man Randy Savage
Randy Orton
Brett Hart
Legends of wrestling

Thanks
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I love both the Timeline and Guest Booker series. Doesn't matter to me who is on them, they always have something interesting to say, some crazy stories etc. If I were to pick just the absolute MUST watch GB though:

Guest Booker with Dutch Mantell
Guest Booker with Jim Cornette
Guest Booker with Kevin Sullivan
Guest Booker with Raven
Guest Booker with Gabe Sapolsky
Guest Booker with Gabe Sapolsky & Kevin Sullivan "Yesterday and Today"
Alright, thanks. Already saw Cornette, has he ever had a bad shoot?
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Re: Recommend a Wrestling documentary DVD.

I enjoyed McMahon as the doc was pretty entertaining

The True Story of Wrestlemania is a fantastic watch

Bret Hart v Shawn Michaels Greatest Rivalries is also a really good watch

Any of those three should keep you entertained

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Re: Recommend a Wrestling documentary DVD.

WWE GREATEST RIVALRIES: SHAWN VS BRET

http://www.wweo.net/?movie=/info/232...-shawn-vs-bret

Another 102 here to choose from on the same site:

http://www.wweo.net/?movie=/category/23/wwe-dvd

"This is a lot better than lugging wrestlers around who farted in my car" - Jim Ross on starting his new podcast.
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Re: Recommend a Wrestling documentary DVD.

I enjoyed the Four Horsemen documentary alot.

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Re: Recommend a Wrestling documentary DVD.

The Randy Orton was is amazing (Bias, coming from me)

But if you want an in depth look at his life, problems and the truth about how he got into wrestling, I would watch this.

You get to see how the drugs effected him, how he nearly died, how his wife literally saved his life. And most importantly how his child changed his life forever.


EDIT!! - I've seen you've already watched

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