Missing Link Shoot Interview Double DVD-R
Double DVD-R Version
This original interview was conducted by Highspots.com
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Shoot interview with the one of the wildest wrestlers of all time, The Missing Link! He was also well known as Dewey Robertson but attained his highest fame as the nearly uncontrolable wildman, The Missing Link.
See him take off the paint and sit down for a personal and detailed interview.
Some of the topics discussed:
- Starting his career in Canada as a traditional wrestler
- Struggles through most of his early years
- Befriending Bruno Sammartino
- How Sammartino helped spark his career
- How Robertson, as The Missing Link, finally wrestled Sammartino during Link's 1985 WWF run
- How that match with Sammartino almost shut down the show (and how the WWF almost got banned in Buffalo)
- As Robertson, how his strong run in 1980 saw him conquer AWA World Champion Nick Bockwinkel in a non-title match. What happened at the rematch? What those matches meant to him?
- Who got him over in Canada, making him the most popular babyface in the area
- How his downfall in Canada led to his transformation as The Missing Link
- Why did he make this change?
- What did his fell wrestlers think?
- He speaks about working for WCCW and the Von Erich Family
- What was Bill Watts and UWF like?
- How was he treated during his WWF run?
- Why was it so short? His answer may shock you.
- The interview takes a personal turn as Robertson discussing in detail his drug use
- How did drugs overtake his life?
- How drugs ended his 32 year marriage?
- What was drug use like when he was wrestling?
- What is drug use like in wrestling now?
- How he blamed his liver failing on drug use
- What drugs did he abuse the most?
- Robertson speaks directly to the camera, to you the viewer, and gives you a message about how drugs overtook his life.
- What was life after wrestling like?
- Robertson discusses his new biography about his life (set to be released in 2004 - Highspots will carry it)
Includes footage from the long career of Robertson as Robertson and the Missing Link.
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