Legends of Wrestling roundtables

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Dolph'sZiggler, Oct 24, 2013.

  1. Anyone seen any of these? I've been checking them out lately, really good stuff. Basically it is a group of old wrestlers, generally JR, Michael PS Hayes (not a fan) Pat Patterson, Foley.. then they'll have guests like Nash, Hart, Flair, ect. They just pick a topic within wrestling and talk about it as a panel. The one I'm watching now is 'Most Important Moments in wrestling"
     
  2. I love those. I remember enjoying the territories one a lot. And the black wrestlers one.
     
  3. Haven't come across the one about black wrestlers yet. I recently watched the territory one, I was a little disappointed tbh. They more just talked about the differences between territory days and now, i was hoping for a more in depth look at certain territories.
     
  4. For the deep look at territories I can recommend the recently released Mid south DVD WWE put out. There's also some old ones out on youtube and netflix about AWA, NWA (world title), WCCW and some more. All real good.
     
  5. I've only watched a few of them. The Most Important Moments one was great, but Flair's negative attitude drug it down a few times. I loved the Underachievers and Overachievers one the most.
     
  6. I thought the Mid South DVD was only matches? Hate to sound like a pussy but I much prefer documentaries to just matches. Care to share links of Youtube territory docs? I know I've seen some of them, but not all. Netflix I've exhausted for all of its wrestling resources. The Road Warriors Doc they put out recently was good. Good look into the AWA at the time. One of my favorite territories to read about/watch about, so many great talents went through Minnesota.
     
  7. These are pretty good, I've watched a few.
     
  8. Do you know where I can find the over and underachievers video?
     
  9. I watched it on Youtube awhile back but it looks like it's been taken down (along with a whole bunch of other ones that used to be uploaded.)
     
  10. Pat Patterson, fuckin gay
     
  11. Sounds pretty cool. I'll check it out later and post here again whenever I see it. Definitely sounds like something worth listening to. :obama:
     
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