VIDEO DOWNLOAD - Brian Lee 2013 Shoot Interview
Brian worked for many of the wrestling territories before they became extinct. He worked for USWA in Memphis and TX. He worked for Jim Cornette and Smokey Mountain Wrestling and of course Paul Heyman and ECW. We can't forget about the fake Undertaker gimmick he did in the WWE and later when he returned as part of the DOA. Before he left the business he had another run in TNA as well.
Brian talks about breaking into the business and what it was like to work in Memphis with Jerry Lawler and Jerry Jarrett. He worked with all the names down there like Bill Dundee, Dutch Mantell, Jeff Jarrett, Rex King, Undertaker and the list goes on and on. His first break came when we joined Robert Fullers stud stable as a top heel. He was also fortunate enough to travel to TX and work with the Von Erichs as he shares tons of stories from those days.
Brian also was apart of SMW and worked with all of the top names in SMW like Jim Cornette, Buddy Landell, Chris Candid, Tammy Sytch, Tracy Smothers, Bobby Eaton, Rock N Roll Xpress. What was Chris Candido like as a partner and what did he think of Tammy outside the ring.
Brian also was apart of the USWA in the later years when Doug GIlbert, Tommy Rich, Brian Christopher were there so he has tons of never heard before stories about the USWA territory that will blow you away.
Brian is most famous for his run in ECW as being part of Ravens Flock and his brutal series of brawls with Tommy Dreamer. We talk all about his run in ECW with Tommy Dreamer, Terry Funk and all the crazy ECW locker room and road stories.
Brian became a major part of the WWE as part of the DOA with his cousins the Bruise Brothers Brian discusses his time in the WWE and what it was like to work with all the other tag teams that they had programs with. If your a fan of the attitude era there are tons of locker room stories from the WWE.
Brian also spent time in TNA as part of The New Church. We talk about his TNA run and what really went on behind the scenes when he was in action.
If you want crazy road stories, locker room gossip filled with talks about drug use this is one interview you will not want to miss.
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