All Customer Reviews for "Heroes of World Class - Directors Cut Double DVD"Average Customer Review: 8 Reviews Write an online review and share your thoughts with others.
Better than the WWE dvd., 6.19.2014
Reviewer: Eddie Baggett (Jefferson, AR)
Watching an independent documentary on World Class Championship Wrestling. And it nearly brings tears to my eyes. They hit the emotional beats better then the WWE dvd. This was filmed days before the Sportatorium was torn down. And they followed Kevin Von Erich as he was doing a final walk through the place. Most of the place didnt have lights so he had to use a flashlight and the camera light. You just have to see that part to believe it. But a few wrestlers allude to the fact that all the heartache and everything lives on Kevin, being the only living person from that family
Heroes of World Class, 11.9.2009
Reviewer: Michael Moore (Casper, WY)
"I just watched this DVD last night and
Lives up to the hype and then some, 11.9.2009
Reviewer: Joseph Saylor (Louisville, KY)
"It's hard to add to the comments of other reviewers and online dirtsheets
Reviewer: Shane Dixon (Little Rock, AR)
No WWE spin or comments from people who were not around like on other releases. This is a great DVD that tells a great yet tragic tale. Great DVD!
Reviewer: Todd Holland (Newark, OH)
"If there is any documentary worth getting first this is the one worth getting. Being born in 1984
Reviewer: Paul Kennett (Frankston South, Other)
One of the best independent documentaries ever made. BUY THIS!
Words can not express!!!, 11.9.2009
Reviewer: Richard Colon (Chicago, IL)
"One of the best wrestling documentaries ever. Informative
Heroes Of Wrold Class, 11.9.2009
Reviewer: Randy Ocean (Hesperia, CA)
One of the best documentaries on wrestling I have ever seen. Truly a great buy for any fan of WCCW or any fan of the Von Erichs. Kevin Von Erich is brutally honest with every aspect of his life. The ending is great with a look at the Sportatorium right before it was tore down and Kevin Von Erich giving a tour of the building. Great way to end the story of one of the best times pro wrestling has ever seen.