Midnight Express ROH Shoot Interview DVD

Midnight Express ROH Shoot Interview DVD

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The legendary duo, The Midnight Express, Dennis Condrey and Bobby Eaton, discuss their time as a tag team in some of wrestling's hottest promotions. Condrey & Eaton brought tag team wrestling into the modern era and they discuss their influential careers here.

This is like two shoot interviews in one as they both discuss their careers before The Midnight Express and the formation of the team under the management of Jim Cornette. Condrey & Eaton talk about it from Mid-South to World Class to NWA.

You'll hear about what it's like to work with Jim Cornette and all the top tag teams including their famous feuds with The Rock'n'Roll Express and The Fantastics. Condrey & Eaton take you inside the locker room and behind the scenes of their most famous matches all the way up to the Midnight Express vs. Paul E. Dangerously's Midnight Express feud. Condrey also explains why he walked out twice.

To make this shoot even better Jim Cornette appears as a special guest to talk about his memories of the Condrey & Eaton duo. Cornette is always informative and entertaining and you are sure to learn something here.

Wrestling history is told by The Midnight Express right here on this Straight Shoot!!!

Topics Include:

  • How both men got their start in the business
  • Who trained them
  • Bobby talks about starting Memphis
  • Dennis talks about working for Nick Gulas
  • Dennis talks about teaming with Phil Hickerson
  • Memories of working singles matches against each other early on
  • Talk about the promotion war betwee Jerry Jarrett & Nick Gulas
  • Bobby talks about going heel and being managed by Tojo Yamamoto
  • Bobby talks about going to Knoxville
  • Dennis talks about working for Southeastern Championship Wrestling
  • Bobby talks about some of his early tag partners
  • How they were actually "traded" from Memphis to Mid-South
  • Early memories of Jim Cornette
  • How Cornette changed thoughout the years
  • Opinion on Bill Watts as a boss
  • Their feud with Bill Watts
  • Memories of wrestling The Rock N Roll Express
  • Thoughts on why they had good chemistry working with Ricky & Robert
  • Stories about the Mid-South territory and problems they had with fans
  • Road stories from Mid-South
  • Did any veterans try and get them to slow down their matches
  • Why they left Mid-South for World Class
  • Why they spent such a short period of time in Texas
  • Their matches against The Fantastics
  • Dennis tells a story of a singles match against Kerry Von Erich
  • Talk about how the Von Erichs would disappear and miss shows
  • Memories of debuting in the NWA
  • Their matches with Jimmy Valiant & Ron Garvin
  • Feuding with The Rock N Roll Express again
  • Working Dusty Rhodes & Magnum TA
  • Thoughts on adding Cornette & Baby Doll into the mix
  • Memories of Ray Traylor
  • Wrestling against The Road Warriors
  • How they ended up in scaffold matches against the LOD
  • Talk about the actual scaffold matches and different things that happened during them
  • What the road schedule was like
  • Who was the easiest team they worked against
  • Road stories from the NWA
  • Thoughts on Dusty Rhodes as a booker
  • What was Ric Flair like
  • Talk about being offered a deal to go to WWE and why they didn't go
  • Dennis talks for the first time about why he quit & the events surrounding his decision
  • Dennis talks about not calling anybody to tell them he wasn't returning
  • Bobby talks about what happened from his perspective when Dennis didn't show up
  • Bobby talks about Stan Lane replacing Dennis
  • Dennis talks about returning to wrestling for the AWA
  • Dennis talks about teaming with Randy Rose & his thoughts on Paul Heyman as their manager
  • Dennis gives his thoughts on Verne Gagne
  • Both men talk about the angle where Dennis returned to the NWA & jumped Bobby, Stan, & Cornette at the TBS Studios
  • Bobby talk

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1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5 Ugh!!!, 9.2.2005
Reviewer: jon martin (westland, MI)

"Avoid at all costs. The bulk of the interview is with Dennis Condrey since