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- Oct 30, 2003
They should do the WWE style crashpad where it goes where you can't see and sparks fly up.
Watched it and agreed...very well done. Pillman would've had a great career if it wasn't for that car accident that pretty much began his downhill slide. Can't wait for the rest of season 3 episodes and if the sneak peak of "Dark Side of Football" was any indication, this should be a good watch too.Anybody watch the Brian Pillman episode of Dark Side of the Ring tonight?
I thought it was really well done.
His widow comes out of it looking pretty bad, as does Vince McMahon as per usual.
Brian's kids seem shockingly well adjusted considering the horrors they went through, primarily thanks to Brian's sister from what the documentary shows. Have to wonder about his two stepchildren that don't appear in the documentary.
Brian Jr seems like such a nice kid. He's still really green as far as wrestling goes but he obviously has the passion for it. Hard not to root for him.
Yes, this was the season three premiere.I didn't realize the series has started (DVR said it was taping, but it always tries to tape Dark Side).
Is pillman the premier?
Ricky Starks will reportedly be out of action for 3 months due to a fractured neck.Word from AEW is that Rickey Starks broke his turkeyneck.
Appearing on the Wrestling Perspect Podcast, Marshall discussed his role in formatting AEW television and how he collaborates with Tony Khan and the wrestlers.
"Everything is done through text and different group chats and ideas coming from 100 different directions. At the beginning of the week, I get with Tony because I'm the one, with Tony's oversight, I format the show. Sometimes, I just put '[Wrestler A] second' because I don't know the full creative. When we go to our production meeting, nine out of ten times, Tony will explain what it is. Sometimes, the way he explains it, it's not fully understood because he may not want to give so much away. Right now, we do everything on the phone because of the pandemic, we do conference calls and it's much easier this way. The next day at TV, production may pull me aside and are like, 'What is this?' Sometimes I know, sometimes I don't. If I don't know, I send appropriate messages and we figure it out. Guys know that if I'm texting, it's for a specific reason and ten out of ten times it's to help them. When I first saw Cody formatting a pay-per-view, I was like, 'This is fun, I want to do this,' not realizing that every week for TV with commercial breaks and everything. It is fun and Tony oversees it. I'm not perfect and there are times I'll oversee something and have this segment next to this segment and it's the same thing. I don't know the creative and had I known, I wouldn't have put two brawls next to each other. Things are going to happen and we're all learning. For someone who has never done it, I think I'm doing alright. A lot of it is common sense and asking questions," he said.