Robert Fuller Shoot Interview DVD-R

Robert Fuller Shoot Interview DVD-R

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Sit back, pop open a cold one, and be prepared to have the time of your life as Robert Fuller takes you through one great tale after another shoot interview. One of wrestling's national treasures, Fuller has been around wrestling since birth and is a natural born storyteller. Fans new and old are going to have a wide grin throughout the course of this THREE HOUR shoot as Fuller ranks right up there with the greats in his ability to captivate an audience. We say in full confidence that this will go down as one of the best reviewed DVDs of the year!

Fuller goes over his entire career, starting with his humble beginnings traveling the road with his grandfather. Just wait until you hear his incredible cigar/chop fest story and hear what would happen to him if he dared fall asleep in the car. Robert gives first person details about how tough his family was and their hard-nosed training tactics. You'll get incredible stories of working down in Florida with Eddie Graham, up in Georgia for Ole Anderson, and over in Texas for the Funks and the Von Erichs. Fuller has a wonderful story for every big name you can think of. Dusty Rhodes. The Armstrongs. Hulk Hogan. Jerry Lawler. Dick Murdoch. Arn Anderson. Ric Flair. Austin Idol. The Freebirds. Ted Dibiase. Jeff Jarrett. Mick Foley. Jim Cornette. You name them, they're here.

Of course we peppered Fuller about his Stud Stable taking over the Memphis scene in the '80s, and he was more than happy to oblige. And you know we weren't going to let Fuller go without going in-depth about his stay in WCW and his much talked about Col. Robert Parker character. Fuller talks about being involved in corny skits and all the craziness that happened in WCW, including the infamous Vader/Orndorff fight. You'll get first hand accounts with a little gossip thrown in as well from one of wrestling�s best talkers. Don't miss out!!

You come from a long line of wrestlers in your family, can you talk about that
Did you and your cousins talk about getting into wrestling as kids
How early were you exposed to the business
How close were you with grandfather growing up
Can you talk about what it was like to be a promoter during that time period
How big was your grandfather on kayfabe
Do you have any early road stories you can share
How young were you when you started going to shows
What do you remember about going into the locker room as a kid
Were there any overly racist angles at the time considering the time period in history
When did you start training
Was your grandfather or father helpful to you
Memories of your first match
Early memories teaming with Jimmy
How s oon did Ron get into the business
Did you two always try and stick together
Memories of the Alabama territory when you first broke in
Why do you think some second and third generation wrestlers like yourself do well while others like David Flair and David Sammartino don't
How close were you with Buddy Fuller
Early memories of Eddie Graham
Who were your mentors
Did any of the boys who had issues with your dad or grandfather ever try and take out their differences with you
Talk about the pressures of being related to a promoter and wrestling out of the territory
Memories of Jack Brisco

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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 3 Reviews
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5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Great shoot, but..., 2.18.2013
Reviewer: Ali Roopani (Dallas, TX)

This is a great shoot, but it could have been longer, and a bit more detail on the WCW, and WWE run.

 

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 One of the Best Ever, 10.3.2012
Reviewer: David Hileman (Slippery Rock, PA)

A lot of times shoot interviews are hyped far beyond what they deserve just in order to sell a DVD. Not so here. Parker provides nearly three hours of brand new stories covering his entire career. And these aren't simple two sentence answers, oh no. Robert goes into amazing detail on every subject from his father, Buddy Fuller, teaching him how to "hook" to cutting Jerry Lawler to the craziness in WCW. Everything is explored and everything is expounded on in the most entertaining ways possible. You can't go wrong with this shoot. Double thumbs up!

 

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Buy This One, 4.9.2010
Reviewer: Ryan Tourgee (Cranston, RI)

Five stars all the way. Entertaining shoot from a great storyteller.