Jim Cornette & JJ Dillon Shoot DVD

Jim Cornette & JJ Dillon Shoot DVD

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Straight Shootin' with Jim Cornette & JJ Dillon

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Straight Shootin' With Jim Cornette & JJ Dillon sees these two managerial legends sit down for an open, honest and informative shoot interview. This shoot features Cornette interviewing Dillon about his entire career from his start to early territories to The Four Horsemen to WWE and WCW. You'll get all the inside scoops in this one.

Wrestling history is preserved on this DVD as Dillon starts out talking about how The Original Sheik gave him his first break in Detroit. From there Dillon goes into detail about working in Florida, Texas, Australia and Canada. Cornette is great at getting Dillon to really go into detail on every subject.

This shoot also focuses on Dillon's time in the NWA working for the Crocketts. You'll hear all about The Four Horsemen years as Cornette gets Dillon to really give all the inside information. From working with Ric Flair to leaving NWA, Dillon holds nothing back.

Cornette then gets Dillon to give all the scoops on being part of Vince McMahon's inner circle in WWE. Dillon gives his honest thoughts on Vince, Shane McMahon, Pat Patterson and the other higher ups in WWE. The conversation then turns to Dillon's WCW years. Dillon explains what went wrong with WCW and holds nothing back when it comes to the infamous Jim Herd.

If you are a fan of either Cornette or Dillon then this shoot is a must for you. This is one interview that all fans should watch as you will learn about the business and live through wrestling history. Straight Shootin' With Jim Cornette & JJ Dillon is the only place to see two of wrestling's greatest minds talk openly about the industry.

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0 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 5 "Pretty good shoot, 4.24.2011
Reviewer: Michael Fairgrieve (Albany, OR)

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