Sir Oliver Humperdink Shoot Interview DVD-R

Sir Oliver Humperdink Shoot Interview DVD-R

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The manager of champions, Sir Oliver Humperdink, was the latest wrestling legend to grace the lavish RF VIDEO headquarters to participate in a brand new shoot interview! We were able to get Humperdink to talk on the record about his entire career, from working security for Verne Gagne's AWA, through Florida, to the big two of WWE and WCW. Humperdink managed many of the big names of the last generation of wrestlers, including the Fabulous Freebirds, the Samoan Swat Team, Superstar Billy Graham, and Bam Bam Bigelow. A 2005 nominee to the prestigious Cauliflower Alley Club, Humpdink spoke openly and honestly about every asset of the business. Fans of the Kansas City and Florida territories will enjoy this shoot as Big Daddy Dink goes into those promotions and talks about working with all of the greats like Bruiser Brody, Gordon Solie and Kevin Sullivan.

For those interested in the near lost art of managing, this is a vital DVD to add to your collection as Humperdink discussed manager's role in wrestling as well as talking about all his peers like Jim Cornette and Bobby "the Brain" Heenan. Why are male managers gone today in wrestling? Humperdink gives his reasons why along with talking about all of his charges. From managing talent as diverse as Ox Baker and Mr. Pogo to Rocky King and the New Wild Samoans, Humperdink has been around the block and tells RF VIDEO everything he saw! What was it like being in WWE during the late Hulkamania years? What about working for WCW in the early '90s? Humperdink tells a ton of great stories from both promotions!

Memories of working security for the AWA
Did you interact with any of the guys
Who were your favorite guys to watch
Did you deal with Verne then
How did you get into the business
Were you trained as wrestler
Who trained you
What was the training like
Did you learn how to bump
Memories of your first match managing Rene Goulet and Lars Anderson
Memories of managing the Hollywood Blondes
Was Buddy as crazy as they say
How did you wind up in the Montreal territory
Thoughts/memories of the Vachons
Any good road stories
Did anyone mentor you here
Who did you ride with
Memories of working for Gene Lebelle
Memories/thoughts on John Tolos
Memories of working for Leroy Mcguirk
How did you wind up in Florida
Why didn't you go with the Blondes to Tennessee
Memories managing Billy Graham and Ox Baker
Did you know Graham would be as big a star as he would become
Was Billy's drug use real bad around this time
Memories of working for the Funks in Amarillo
Memories managing Mr. Pogo
Memories of working for Harley Race in Central States
Early memories of managing Sid Vicious as Humongous
Larry Matysik said in his books that Central States payoffs were low, do you agree
How did you wind up holding the Central States TV title
Could a manager make a ft living back then
Memories of Eddie Graham
Memories of Dusty
Memories of JJ Dillon
Did JJ ever try and hold you back since he was a manager and booker
Memories of managing Kevin Sullivan
Memories managing Bruiser Brody
Were you there the night of the famous match with Brody and Luger, thoughts
Memories managing Ron Bass
Thoughts on the Windhams
Thoughts on Gordon Solie
Did you ever try and learn booking there
How much different was billy graham when he came back
Memories of Mark Lewin
Why did you wind up making the move to the Mid Atlantic area
Thoughts on Jim Crockett
Memories managing One Man Gang
Memories of Jimmy Valiant
Good road stories
How did you develop your gimmick
Memories of Ric Flair
Favorite matches from this time
Were you ever contacted by any other territories during this time
How did you wind up in the WWF, who contacted who
What were you promised
Initial impressions of Vince
Memories o

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