Ian Rotten Shoot Interview DVD

Ian Rotten Shoot Interview DVD

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If your a fan of ECW and want to hear all about the early days of ECW this shoot is a must. Some people say it was the feud with Ian and Axl that made ECW extreme. Some people say it was the most violent feud ever in the United States. Never before had people seen thumbtacks used until Ian and Axl brought it into the states. Ian talks all about his ECW career from the start. He talks about his learnings from Terry Funk. Teaming up with Axl when they worked the Public Enemy, Bad Company, and The Pitbulls. Ian talks about his problems with Paul Heyman and what happened when they got into a huge verbal fight backstage at one show. What was it like to do those insane hardcore matches. Did any of the other guys yell at them for it?

Ian also talks about working in ECW when Axl left him. We talk all about his training with Axl Rotten as well. Ian talks about working down in TV for Global and Chris Adams promotions in TX. He also talks about going to Memphis as well. There are alot of classic road stories on this DVD.

We talk about why Ian left ECW and how he started up IWA MId South. Ian talks about his promotion in great detail. We discuss many of the major stories that has come out of IWA Midsouth in great detail. He talks all about his infamous feud with Jim Cornette. You will hear Ian discuss his feelings on CM Punk and alot of the other workers that work for him. We talk about the hardcore style in IWA MidSouth and if Ian ever thought it was to much. Ian also talked about the major feud they did with CZW as well. What does Ian think about John Zandig? Ian talks about working for XPW and alot of other wrestling companies and what his future plans are in Philadelphia. We talk about working for Big Japan and also IWA Japan. There are a ton of great stories in here that I never even knew about. If your a fan of hardcore wrestling this shoot interview is a must for you. Ian is the one guy in wrestling that started the Strong Style that everyone sees these day's but he never was given any credit. If it was not for Ian Rotten alot of the guys you see today would not even be around as he has helped many of them by giving them a chance to shine and make a name for themselves. You can order this shoot interview in our new release section today!!

Here is a list of topics that we talked about:

  • Were you a fan growing up
  • Did you play sports in high school
  • How did you get started
  • What was the hardest thing about training
  • What do you remember most about training under Axl Rotten
  • Memories of your first matches
  • Who's idea was it for the Johnny Lawler character
  • What kind of reaction did Jerry have to it
  • Memories of Zach Blades
  • Thoughts on Skandor Akbar
  • How did you wind up as Ian Rotten
  • What were your and Axls gimmick early on
  • How did you wind up in Global
  • Who did you ride with Global
  • Any good road stories from the area
  • Memories of working with Bradshaw
  • Memories of working with Bobby Duncam Jr.
  • Memories of Mick Foley
  • Memories of Scott Levy
  • Did you think it would succeed
  • Memories of working in Memphis with Axl
  • Would you say Axl was always the captain of the team
  • Memories of the Eliminators from Memphis
  • Did Jerry Lawler hold the old gimmick against you
  • How did you hear about ECW
  • Who contacted you
  • What were you told about the company before you came in
  • Thoughts on Chad Austin
  • Memories of your matches with Bad Company
  • Memories of matches early on with Public Enemy
  • Did you think of ECW as just another indy
  • Thoughts on Tod Gordon
  • Axl said he was pretty upset when you guys had to job for Tony Stetson and Johnny Hotbody, any memories
  • Is it true that one of the times you went over Public Enemy was by accident. (Story is Paul E ribbed Rocco Rock about doin the job and he did the job by mistake)
  • What was Paul E's reaction when you guys

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