Mae Young & Moolah Shoot Interview DVD-R
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This is one of the most fun and entertaining shoot interviews you will ever see with two pure legends of pro wrestling in Johnnie Mae Young and Hall of Famer, Fabulous Moolah. The two worked as a well oiled tag team with Moolah starting many stories and Johnnie Mae finishing her outrageous and outspoken comments. For anyone that has seen the documentary Lipstick and Dynamite, this shoot interview picks up where the documentary leaves off and expands on many of the stories briefly touched on in the movie. Some of the names may only be familiar to historians but the stories are entertaining to everyone.
- How Moolah came to control the women's professional wrestling scene
- Thoughts (several) on Lou Thesz and his disdain for women's wrestling
- Johnnie Mae talks about Ed Strangler Lewis and tells a rare story of the two
- Both talk about breaking into the business (Johnnie Mae's story in specific is a great one)
- Both discuss former champion, Mildred Burke
- Moolah finally fires back and talks extensively about the heat between her and Penny Banner
- Johnnie Mae talks about riding with a very young rookie, Bruno Sammartino
- Johnnie Mae talks about teaming with Terry Funk in one of his very first matches
- Both talk about the McMahon family and each of their relationships with the family over the years
- Find out which were both of their favorite and least favorite (Moolah's answer is surprising) countries outside of the U.S. to wrestle in
- Both give theirthoughts on the evolution of women's wrestling in Japan
- Moolah tells a funny story about this past year's Hall of Fame and both comment particular on Bret Hart
- Both talk about why they decided to be so involved with Lipstick and Dynamite and what they thought of the finished product
- Mae tells a story about going to court over beating up a man
- Mae also tells a great story about playing poker with Jack Pfeffer
- Both talk about a never before told story about what finally made them split with Billy Wolfe
- Both talk about the polit
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