Kevin Von Erich Shoot Interview DVD-R

Kevin Von Erich Shoot Interview DVD-R

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There are few names more legendary in the wrestling business than the Von Erichs. However, the legacy of the family will be the unbelievable tragidies rather than their in ring heroics. For the first time ever, Kevin Von Erich sat down to give his open and honest thoughts on everything the Von Erich family has gone through. Kevin holds nothing back in talking about his brothers and his parents including some shocking stories that have never been told anywhere. This is a must for anyone who ever wanted to know the inside happening of the Von Erich family. The Von Erich saga has never been told like this by a member of the family. Here is a list of topics discussed:

-Growing up around the business
-Going to the NWA conventions with his father & brothers
-Why he stopped playing football and started wrestling
-Who helped with his wrestling training
-Why he wrestled barefoot
-Memories of his first match
-Memories of Fritz's retirement match
-Using drugs in wrestling including shooting painkillers into his knees
-Memories of Georgia Championship Wrestling
-Memories of meeting Terry Gordy for the first time
-Thoughts on Bill Watts
-The Von Erichs vs. Freebirds feud
-Story of why Mike Von Erich got into the business
-Memories of the first Parade of Champions show
-At what point did wrestling stop being fun
-Thoughts on Bruiser Brody
-Memories of the hair vs. hair match at the Cotton Bowl with Kerry & Kevin vs. Chris Adams & Gino Hernandez
-Thoughts on working stiff
-Memories of Kerry beating Ric Flair for the NWA Title
-Thoughts on Kerry getting the title instead of him
-Never told story of an incident in Fort Worth where they got a phone call right before he went to the ring about Mike being in a serious car accident
-Memories of Gino Hernandez, how he found out he died, & thoughts on his death
-Memories of wrestling Ric Flair
-Memories of wrestling Black Bart at the Cotton Bowl in the sleet
-Why he thinks business started to go down during that time period
-How he found out David died
-Talks about the stories of David dying from drugs
-Memories of Rick Rude
-Why he hated Lance Von Erich
-Working Japan
-Reaction to the Penthouse artlce on his family
-What happened when Mike almost died from Toxic Shock Syndrome
-Was Mike forced back into the ring too quickly & memories of the match where he came back
-How Mike was different after the Toxic Shock Syndrome
-What incidents led to Mike committing suicide
-His conversation with Kerry the day he killed himself and how he thought he talked Kerry out of it
-Why Kerry committed suicide
-Did he know how bad Kerry's drug problems were
-Why led to Chris killing himself
-Thoughts on people saying Fritz pushed them too hard
-What happened in Fort Worth when Kevin collapsed in the ring and needed CPR
-Memories of the fake heart attack angle on Christmas night with Fritz
-Talks about Kerry's motorcycle accident and how he lost his foot
-Thoughts on Kerry returning to the ring after losing it
-Thoughts on Kerry going to WWE
-How he hid it from the other wrestlers
-Reactions of his family when other promotions started to run their territory
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4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 Kevin Von Erich Shoot, 10.3.2006
Reviewer: Randi Ludlam (Strathmore, Alberta)

Picture quality isn't great on this one but audio is fine. Kevin's memory of specific matches isn't perfect either but he definitely has some laugh out loud stories to tell.

 

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 KEVIN VON ERICH SHOOT, 10.3.2006
Reviewer: william jones (CHICAGO, IL)

A MUST FOR ALL OLD SCHOOL WORKERS IN THE BIZ AS WELL AS FANS