Lex Luger Shoot Interview DVD-R

Lex Luger Shoot Interview DVD-R

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Known throughout the world as "The Narcissist", "The Man Made In The USA", "The Total Package", the one and only Lex Luger sits down with RF Video for the first time ever to finally break his silence! Never before has RF Video had a chance to sit down with one man who was surrounded by so much controvery in the past year.

This is the very first shoot interview Lex Luger has ever done and finally had the chance to get his side to everything off his chest. He sat down with RF Video for 3 hours to discuss his entire wrestling career, and also what really happened on that tragic night in May of 2003 with Elizabeth. This is one shoot you cant miss and is now available on both VHS and DVD to order.

Luger takes us down memory lane from his start in Florida Championship Wrestling to his arrival in NWA/WCW. Becoming a Horseman and all his great angles and famous matches he had there. Lex talks about his great rivals and his relationship with Sting plus everything from leaving WCW and how he wound up in the WWF. He talks about everyone he worked with in the WWF and uncovers all the stories about himself in the WWF locker room. There is not one stone left unturned when it comes to the WWF and his relationship with Vince. He talks about everything that he had done in the WWE and why he left to make a triumphant return to WCW Nitro.

When we get to WCW Lex talks about his feelings on Eric Bischoff. He then talks politics and everyone he has feuded with in WCW. He covers classic stories about backstage fights, problems outside the ring including thoughts on Kevin Nash and Scott Hall. What Goldberg was like and his views on Vince Russo. Plus many other WCW stories that you won't want to miss hearing.

The interview take a turn when the topic of Elizabeth gets brought up. We took a long time to look back on the tragic night and for the first time you will hear from Lex Lugers mouth what really happened that night.

This is one shoot interview that will keep you glued to your TV set and is now available on VHS or DVD. Here are all of the questions that we asked him so you can see what we covered. Don't miss your chance to get one of best shoot interviews that RF Video has conducted. RF Video has proved once again with this latest release why we are the true kings of the shoot interviews.

Here is the list of questions we asked Lex in this interview.

When did you get into weightlifting?
What was life like as a college football star?
Were you involved in a lot of fights in college?
Talk about your pro football career and some of the guys you played with?
How did you wind up getting involved with wrestling
Were you a fan beforehand?
What was the training like under Hiro Matsuda
Thoughts on Eddie Graham at that time
Do you think you were groomed from the start to carry the mantle in the NWA
What happened the night of your famous cage match with Bruiser Brody
Memories of working with Wahoo McDaniel
Memories of working with and teaming with Barry Windham back than
What do you remember most about your first few matches with Ric Flair
Did anyone specifically take you under their wing
What were the circumstance
What was Bob Roop like? He has the rep for being a shooter/tough guy.
Memories of Keiji Muto from that time period
What lead to you going up to Crockett?
Initial impressions of Dusty?
Initial impressions of Jim Crockett Jr
Did any of the vets resent your quick push as a younger guy
Were there cliques back then?
Thoughts about Arn and Tully?
Memories of your series with Nikita Koloff
Do you think Dusty put himself with you at Starrcade to help him get himself over at your expense?
When was the first time you were told that you were next in line for the NWA World Title
Did titles even matter to you or was it purely business
You have a rep for being a very smart businessman, even back at that time. Was there tension between you and management due to that?
Was Flair a mentor at that

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1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5 really??, 4.4.2012
Reviewer: Christopher Gargiulo (Marietta, GA)

this had alot of hope but after not even 25 mins into the first disc which it only should have been one disc i knew this was gonna be a turd. this guy never liked the buisness to begin with and honestly i bought this just for the stories id hoped to hear after the miss elizabeth tragedy but he ran around every question and was so quick to say he didnt remember stuff. over 2 hours of slinging the bull if you ask me. i feel like a sucker for buying it to be brutally honest