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Bloodstained Memoirs (2009)

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Since 2005, the camera crews have followed some of the biggest superstars in the history of professional wrestling to capture some truly unique and candid moments. Exclusive interviews ... See full summary »

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Since 2005, the camera crews have followed some of the biggest superstars in the history of professional wrestling to capture some truly unique and candid moments. Exclusive interviews provide a forum where legendary guests can speak fearlessly, candidly and honestly about the things that matter most to them: their craft and the crucial events of their lives and careers that shaped them as people and performers. Written by Matthew

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Bloodstained Memoirs
20 August 2011 | by See all my reviews

A tidy two hour piece. This will be remembered by wrestling fans for bringing interviews with Keiji Muto and Ultimo Dragon to the English speaking public for the first time. In addition, Chris Jericho, a WWE Legend shares his 'other' passion with the world as the lead singer of rock outfit Fozzy. Although Roddy Piper does not top his infamous bubble gum line from 'They Live' he comes very close by muttering: "First rule of a knife fight - don't take your eye off the knife..."

The main drawbacks here would be uninspired material with Mick Foley, an unengaging interview with Jimmy Snuka, and tested material from Rob Van Dam.

After viewing Bloodstained Memoirs I felt like I didn't know the wrestling business any better, but I certainly knew the performers which comprise it better.


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