Retroslam Q&A 2005 DVD-R

Retroslam Q&A 2005 DVD-R

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FEATURING: Dusty Rhodes, Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan, Jim Powers, Bad News Brown, Dawn Marie, Greg 'The Hammer' Valentine, Tito Santana, Paul Orndoff, Harley Race and Ref Hanson as the M.C.

  • Dusty's thoughts on Vince McMahon
  • Everyone's views on the new era of wrestling
  • Would everyone return to the WWE? If not, why?
  • What does Tito Santana do these days?
  • Why won't Vince McMahon ever invite Bad News Brown back?
  • Everyone gives their candid opinions on Hulk Hogan
  • Dawn Marie talks about women in wrestling. Are they portrayed negatively? Can a woman ever succeed in wrestling on talent alone?
  • Was Bad News Brown discrimianted against in the WWF? Who does he think is a real life racist?
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    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 1 Reviews
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    3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 Retro Slam 2005 Q & A, 4.16.2006
    Reviewer: Earl Craig (Pinedale, CA)

    "The Retro Slam 2005 DVD was a very educational video which featured several legend's along with former WWE Diva Dawn Marie. Bad News Brown spoke about how Rowdy Roddy Piper was a racist and how close he came to kicking his a** and how he hated that racist half Black painted angle for Wrestlemania 6! Bad News Brown thought it was total B.S.!!! Mr. Wonderful spoke about how he believe's the wrestling business is dying and it's really sad listening to it from his perspective because you couldn't agree more. Bobby The Brain Heenan spoke positive about Hulk Hogan and said when anyone worked with Hogan they made big money.
    Greg The Hammer Valentine gave his opinion on the Rhythm & Blues angle with The Honky Tonk Man in the early 1990's WWF. Dusty Rhodes made comment's on the WWF poke-a-dots gimmick and how quickly tired he grew of it. Bad News Brown