Former ECW World Champion.
Former TNA X-Division Champion.
Former WWE Light Heavyweight Champion.
Journeyman Wrestler and Crusierweight Legend.
The New FN Show comes DVD for the FIRST TIME EVER in a shocking new shoot interviewand he's PISSED!
Jerry Lynn, a name synonymous with quality wrestling, has been everywhere in the wonderful world of pro wrestling. He's wrestled under a hood as Mr. JL on Nitro. Had career defining matches against RVD in ECW. Was one of the forefathers of TNA's much heralded X-Division in the company's early existence. Had well respected WWE Light Heavyweight Championship run that was sparked with controversy. Lynn has traveled up and down the long road of wrestling and has seen it all. Now he's come to RF Video for an exclusive shoot interview that allows him to speak his mind openly on his travels and career.
Without any restrictions, Jerry was finally free to air his feelings on many subjects in his career that he has had to keep a lid on until now. You'll get his first hand thoughts on every subject imaginable including, ECW, WWE, Japan, TNA, Global, CZW, 3PW, WCW and every other Podunk wrestling company he worked in between. You want to see bridges get burned? Well hold on tight as Jerry's holding the match and is ready to light a humongous fire!
Long time ECW fans are going to finally here what Lynn thought about all the big names in the company. Paul Heyman. Steve Corino. RVD. Tajiri. Rhino. Justin Credible. Stuff that has never been talked about before finally comes to the front of the table. Bounced checks. Finally being given the strap. Sandman naked in the ring down in Florida. Refusing to work the last PPV against Van Dam. It's all here and so much more!
But it's not just ECW as Lynn spends a lot of time in the other three circuses he was at, WWE, WCW, and TNA. You'll hear about his infamous matches with X-Pac. You'll get Lynn's true feelings on Dixie Carter. You'll discover who the three WCW workers were that sabotaged his career. This is one of the most incendiary shoots that has ever beenand we couldn't be prouder of it. Three solid hours of one of wrestling's best hands being able to speak without limits for the first time.
How did you break into the business
What were your life plans before wrestling
Who did you enjoy watching growing up
Memories of Brad Rheingans
Memories of your first match
Memories of Horace the Psychopath
Memories of Lenny Lane
Memories of wrestling in the CWA
Thoughts on Jerry Jarrett
What do you remember about your first matches with Sean Waltman
Did you think you had something special
Did you guys get any heat early on or in Global from the vets for having such a high flying match
How did you get into Global
Memories of Joe Pedicino
Memories of Scott Levy
Memories of Mick Foley
Did you think Global would succeed
Why did you leave Global
Memories of Crossing the Bridge and how that came about
Memories of the UWF and teaming with Sean
How did you wind up in Michinoku Pro
Memories of your tours
Memories and thoughts on Taka Michinoku
Memories and thoughts on Great Sasuke
Is Sasuke�s ego was big as some people say
Was the style hard on your body
Who gave you the Sultan gimmick
Did you like wrestling with a mask
How come you didn�t stay long in Smokey Mountain
Thoughts on Jim Cornette
You had some WWF tryout matches, how did they come about
How did they go
How did the locker room treat you
How did you wind up in WCW
Initial impressions of Eric Bischoff
Who�s idea was it to put the mask on you
Memories of your matches with Sabu
Were you frustrated working there
Memories of matches with Dean Malenko
Memories of matches with Chris Jericho
How bad were the politics over there