Stand at attention you puke.. and Listen Up!
In this exclusive 2-disc, approximately 4-hour shoot interview exclusively produced by Pro Wrestling Diary, listen to the legendary Sgt. Slaughter talk about his life, his career and his future. PWDIARY takes it a step further with the Hall of Famer, as Sarge openly discusses everything--from his childhood, to breaking into the wrestling industry, working for AWA, Mid-Atlantic, the WWE, and more!
Sarge has left his blueprint on some of the greatest and infamous matches in history, which are all discussed including the Alley Fight vs Pat Patterson, the Boot Camp match vs The Iron Sheik, his feud with Ricky Steamboat & Jay Youngblood in the Mid-Atlantic, his bloody and intense matchups with Wahoo McDaniel and of course the Ultimate Warrior and Hulk Hogan in the WWE!! And it does not stop there... not even close!
Slaugher shares his personal memories of the Iraqi sympathizer character he portrayed during his tenure as WWE World champion and the top heel of the promotion from 1990-1991--including death threats, memories of wrestling Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania VII and thereafter, and his personal memories of Jim Hellwig (aka Ultimate Warrior).
Listen to Sarge recount the entire ordeal of what happened backstage at MSG and how Warrior held up Vince McMahon for more money to work the Summerslam "match made in hell!" How much did Warrior demand? And what was the reactions of Hulk Hogan and Vince McMahon! This story is worth the price of the DVD alone!
And, if you're a fan of road stories and ribs this is the shoot interview for you! Sarge opens up throughout this incredible interview memorable road stories that will have you glued to the tube. Great road stories and ribs that were pulled are finally told, including Hacksaw Jim Duggan, The Iron Sheik and of course Andre The Giant. And it does not stop there!
The Hall of Famer shares his encounters with U.S. Presidents, including Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon--as well as being a special guest of the White House. Slaughter illustrates his memories so well you come away feeling as if you were there.
Get Sarge's take of the whole Montreal Screwjob in 1997 and what he witnessed first-hand afterwards in the lockeroom. What did Sarge think of Bret punching Vince? Did Bret have a valid point in striking him?
Furthermore, Sarge's thoughts on the current crop of talent--including Randy Orton, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, John Cena, Chris Jericho, and The Undertaker.
And, being the 'Commissioner', feud with Triple H & DeGeneration X, the Attitude Era, his WWE release in 2009 (as well as the early 1980s).
And, of course, G.I. Joe is discussed! Why hasn't Sarge been included in the 25th anniversary of the G.I. Joe line? What does Sarge think of Roddy Piper having a figure made in the G.I. Joe series? Also how did he get the deal originally over two decades ago? Find Out!
This is truly a book on film, as Sarge pulls no punches in one of the most in-depth and honest shoots done in history.
AND THATS AN ORDER!!!