VIDEO DOWNLOAD - Midnight Express (Eaton & Lane) Shoot Interview
-Eaton takes you inside all the Southern territories where he worked.
-Talks about working with Jerry Lawler in Memphis.
-Discusses being hardcore before hardcore became a staple in wrestling.
-Early days with Jim Cornette and Jimmy Hart.
-Bobby gives the scoop on all the Memphis legends.
-Going to Mid-South and forming the Midnight Express with Dennis Condry and Jim Cornette.
-Mid-South territory with Bill Watts.
-The old-school travel schedule.
-The beginning of the Midnight Express vs. RocknRoll Express feud.
-Moving on to NWA.
-The continuation of the feud with the RocknRolls in NWA.
-Opinions on Dusty Rhodes, Ric Flair and the rest of the legendary NWA stars.
-The circumstances that made Dennis Condry leave NWA and The Midnight Express.
-Eaton as a single in WCW and his tag team with Arn Anderson in the Dangerously Alliance.
-The rise of WCW.
-Did Bobby feel he was treated badly by WCW?
-Bobby discusses being a trainer in OVW and Memphis. Here is what Stan Lane talks about:
-Early days in the Carolinas.
-How did Ric Flair get him started in wrestling?
-Stan covers all the early territories in which he saw action.
-All the details on being half of the Fabulous Ones in Memphis.
-Lane gives his opinion of Steve Keirn.
-Opinion of the two other hot babyface tag teams in The RocknRolls and Fantastics.
-Talks about their ahead of the times music video.
-Lots of info on the Fabulous Ones vs. Moondogs feud.
-Traveling to Florida and the AWA.
-Going to SMW with Jim Cornette as part of the Heavenly Bodies.
-Why did he quit SMW?
-Stint with WWF as an announcer.
-Hosting a racing boat program on ESPN.
This is what Stan & Bobby talked about together:
-How Stan got involved with The Midnight Express.
-They discuss how the RocknRoll matches were different with the new Midnight Express.
-The departure of Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson before their big feud with the Midnights.
-Opinion of the downfall of the NWA.
-Why did they break up?
-They both talk about lots more
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