Nick Dinsmore Shoot Interview DVD-R

Nick Dinsmore Shoot Interview DVD-R

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One of wrestling's most under-utilized players sat down with RF VIDEO to candidly discuss his buzz-worthy time in Ohio Valley Wrestling along with his controversial character Eugene in WWE. Nick Dinsmore gave us the ins and outs of the long road he took from being an OVW stand-out to unceremoniously walked out of the building to end his WWE stay.
 
We covered Dinsmore's entire career, including his cup of coffee in WCW and having a match on Monday Nitro. Nick described how he got booked in WCW and what the backstage atmosphere was like. Dinsmore quickly ended up in Louisville within the WWE developmental system and told us exactly what it was like to learn his craft under Jim Cornette. There are so many great OVW stories that it just doesn't do them justice to list them all here, but we can say you will hear Nick talk about Kenny Bolin, teaming with Rob Conway, the Pillman Memorial show, Al Snow, Les Thatcher, Danny Davis and much, much more! During Dinsmore's time in OVW the company was one of the best booked in the country filled with some of the best up-and-coming talents in the business, you will get to hear exactly what it was like to be in Louisville during this exciting period!
 
Getting called up to WWE is a major day in any wrestler's life, but after his long and hard battle to prove himself despite his size, what did Dinsmore think of being given the mentally handicapped gimmick of Eugene? This is the first DVD that will give you Dinsmore's complete and unedited thoughts on this highly controversial character, including what he studied in order to get the gimmick down. Nick also talked about what it was like to work with William Regal, Coach, Christy Hemme, Triple H, Vince McMahon, Ric Flair, Edge, Tajiri, and Eric Bischoff on the main roster.
 
Everything you ever wanted to know about Nick Dinsmore is covered in this highly entertaining shoot including Nick's trips to Memphis and Puerto Rico along with his highly publicized overdose that occurred shortly after the death of Eddie Guerrero. Dinsmore described what it was like to read about his fall from grace straight on the WWE website and what the reaction was from the boys in the back. This is one interview you will never forget as Dinsmore covers everything from working with Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania, to giving his thoughts on all the big WWE names both in front of the camera and behind including Mick Foley, John Laurenitis, Shawn Michaels, and Batista! This is a shoot all of your special friends will love and it is available from RF VIDEO!

Were you a fan growing up
How did you get into pro wrestling
What was the hardest thing about training
What were your expectations
Memories of your first matches
How did you get booked on Nitro
Were you under a WCW deal
Memories of your matches
Thoughts on the locker room
Did any vets mentor you
Memories of your match with Scott Steiner
How soon were you signed by the WWF
Memories of your first few weeks in OVW
Thoughts on Jim Cornette
Some guys like Batista have said they learned nothing in OVW, your thoughts on that
Do you think Cornette got a bad deal
Memories of your team with Rob Conway in OVW
Memories of Kenny Bolin
Memories of the Pillman Memorial
Memories of matches with Rip Rogers
Who did you ride with
Was it hard to make a living there
How much feedback did you get from the WWE offices
Did it bother you during your time in OVW when youd see someone get called up due to their body who wasn't ready while you were working hard and werent called up
What was the party lifestyle like in OVW
Memories of when you were called up to Shotgun
How were you treated by the locker room
Did you get any feedback from the agents
Memories of matches with Al Snow
Memories of your match with Chris Benoit in OVW
What was it like to work with Benoit at that point in your career
Thoughts on Le

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