Terry Gordy Shoot Interview DVD-R

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The wrestling world suffered a huge loss when Terry Gordy passed away in June. This Terry Gordy shoot interview is now a tribute tape to the legendary Freebird. Terry Bam Bam Gordy came to the RF Video offices to conduct this shoot in what is now his last interview and only true look at his life and career. Hear about Gordys life from the man himself right here on this very special interview. This is what Gordy talked about:

-His start in the business as a young teenager.
-Early days in Georgia with The Freebirds.
-His tag team with Jimmy Snuka to feud against Buddy Roberts & Michael Hayes.
-Gordys domination of Georgia.
-How he was one of the earliest teams to popularize the use of theme music.
-His move to Texas. -Hear about the legendary feud against the Von Erichs.
-Terry gives his honest opinions on the outside the ring behavior of the Von Erichs.
-Youll learn about The Freebirds as they dominate every territory they worked in.
-His short stay in WWF.
-Gordys early days in All Japan.
-Hear about the rise of World Class.
-The downfall of the Von Erichs.
-Why did the Freebirds leave World Class for WWF?
-Terry covers life in WWF.
-Youll get the scoop on his becoming a major star in All Japan including his team with Steve Williams.
-Talk about his feud vs. Williams in WCW.
-How is Japan different than America?
-The details on his two near death experiences where doctors said he was actually dead for a couple of minutes.
-How did this affect his career?
-Did he regret it?
-Gordy talks about the IWA King Of The Death Match Tournament with Cactus Jack.

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4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 All hail "Bam Bam", the REAL 'Natural', 12.16.2012
Reviewer: derek hamel (broken arrow, OK)

I still remember the first time I saw the Fabulous Freebirds. It was back in 1984, and at 15, I was just starting to get back into a childhood passion, pro wrestling. Living in Tulsa, Oklahoma, I had numerous viewing options back in the territorial days. Of course, I thought then (and still do) that my local group, run by Bill Watts, was the best in the U.S. But our Texas next door neighbors had some pretty darn strong action as well. The thing was, I was always a die-hard fan of the bad guys. THe first couple of times I gave World Class wrestling a shot, I couldn't help but notice that despite some cool heels, every match seemed like it was won by the fan favorite. ANd most of the time, that fan fave's surname was 'Von Erich'. So while I never missed a moment of Mid-South or WCW, I only watched Papa Fritz's program sporadically. Until I tuned in one night, and got a glimpse of the Freebirds-it was love at first sight. The fans absolutely DESPISED them. Like most people, I found myself drawn mostly to the team's mouthpiece, Michael Hayes. Big, mean, tough, and funny, Hayes had the quick sadistic wit that had turned me into fans of guys like Ted Dibiase and Ric Flair. But my wrestling I.Q. rose quickly (thanks to sheer unbridled fanatacism for the sport), and tho I was and still am a huge fan of ol' "P.S.", I soon realized that not only was the big man of the group, Terry Gordy, also the most talented...he was as good as anybody I'd ever seen in a ring. Today, he's just a notch below Flair and Terry Funk on my short list of personal Hall of Famers. This shoot is exactly what you'd expect, and a must for all Gordy fans. Soft-spoken, pleasant, and eager to share some classic tales from the day, Terry lays it all out. Of course, knowing Gordy died not long after this was recorded casts a pall over the whole show. But put that out of your mind for a couple of hours, and enjoy hearing from one of the last true pro wrestlers, Terry Gordy.