CW Anderson Shoot Interview DVD-R

CW Anderson Shoot Interview DVD-R

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This weekend, RF VIDEO rolled out the red carpet for international indie superstar C.W. Anderson, and welcomed C.W. to the lavish RF VIDEO Studios to record a shoot interview. This shoot came out so well, we're not even mad that Anderson took some the finely threaded Egyptian cotton towels from the studio?s bathroom with him when it was over. From the final two years of ECW?s existence, to MLW, to Japan for Zero One, Hustle, and Zero One Max, to the front row of the ECW One Night Stand PPV, yes, CW Anderson has been everywhere and has amazing stories from every one of his stops.

Anderson talked about his entire career as a true journeyman. From working the WWE as a enhancement talent, to being a member of the Dangerous Alliance in ECW, to MLW's Extreme Horsemen...C.W. has been around. Here?s a man who made Simon Diamond serious, while also engaging in one of the best feuds of the final year of ECW with Tommy Dreamer. The former baseball standout talked about everything but the kitchen sink in this shoot, including stories of masked men, ECW?s drug scene, and being a member of the ANDERSON family of wrestlers. Stories and thoughts on Steve Corino, Ogawa, Low Ki, Candido, Bauer, among others as well as C.W.?s thoughts and perspective on the business today and throughout his career. An extremely insightful shoot brought to you by wrestling?s shoot interview leader, RF VIDEO. You can order this today in the new release section. Here are the ?s that we asked CW Anderson

Were you a fan growing up
Who did you like watching
Can you talk about your baseball career
Any good college recruiting stories
Did you play with any other current major leaguers or wrestlers
Thoughts on the steroid controversy in baseball
How come you arent playing major league baseball today
What made you shift your focus to wrestling
You have said you trained yourself in interviews, talk about that
Was there something you thought you knew or didn't even know about the business that totally surprised you once you started working
Memories of your first match
Talk about working early on with a mask
What were your goals when you got into the business
How did you morph into CW Anderson
Memories of matches, and other talents in Carolinas Championship Wrestling
Memories of working with the Rock n Roll Express
Were they the first vets you worked with and if not, who was and thoughts
Did you know the Hardys, Steve Corino, or Joey Matthews from the Carolina indy scene
How did you get into the power plant
What was your try out like
Thoughts on your trainers
Who else was in your class
What was your job you had at the time you were in the Plant
What career advice were you given
Were you given much of a chance
Did you feel pressured to do steroids and have you ever tried them
Were you an ECW fan before you got into ECW
How were you contacted, were you contacted or did you contact them
What was the biggest misconception you had about ECW
Memories of your first night in ECW teaming with Skull Von Crush against Doring and Roadkill
How were you accepted by the locker room
Memories of tag matches with Axl and Balls
Thoughts on Skull Von Crush
Thoughts on your pay per view debut against Mikey
What did it mean to you to finally wrestle on ppv
Thoughts on being a part of the Dangerous Alliance
Did you ever have any talks with ECW before that time
Did you know anyone in ECW before you came in
Initial impressions of Paul Heyman
Were the other guys receptive to you in the locker room
Thoughts on Taz
How did your friendship develop with Steve Corino
Thoughts on Kid Kash
How crazy was the drug scene in ECW
Thoughts on Jack Victory
Thoughts on matches Dreamer, especially the I Quit match
Was Sandman hard to work with
Thoughts on Tajiri
Thoughts on working with New Jack
What do you remember about the whole deal with Mike Awesome
Do you still have heat with him over it
How do you think that affected ECW long term
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