The Hart Family has long served as Canada's first family of sports entertainment; from patriarch Stu Hart and his Stampede wrestling and Dungeon, a training site that has produced multiple ...
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For more than a decade, Bret Hit Man Hart and Shawn Michaels engaged in perhaps the most storied rivalry in the history of sports entertainment, from their teams (the Hart Foundation and ... See full synopsis »
The life and career of the Rated 'R' Superstar. From wrestling in school gyms to the breakthrough TLC matches and finally becoming the 11 time WWE champion, this DVD recalls all the defining moments in the career of Edge.
A documentary about the period in sports entertainment, known as the Monday Night Wars. Includes interviews with past and present on-air personalities. Also includes looking back on ... See full summary »
The Samoan Submission Machine must face the King of Strong Style for the NXT Championship. While, the rest of the card has wrestlers trying hard to outdo the previous year show with their grudge matches.
The Rise & Fall of WCW examines the storied history of World Championship Wrestling, from its beginnings in the territory system through Ted Turner's acquisition and the savage battles with... See full summary »
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The Hart Family has long served as Canada's first family of sports entertainment; from patriarch Stu Hart and his Stampede wrestling and Dungeon, a training site that has produced multiple Hall of Famers, to his son Bret, to a new generation of WWE Superstars, the Hart Dynasty. But the family's journey was never a smooth one, as their accomplishments were often punctuated with devastating tragedies and loss. Now for the first time ever, fans can learn the entire story in Hart & Soul: The Hart Family Anthology. This brand new documentary chronicles more than five decades of their family's lineage and is filled with never-before-seen Hart Family interviews. Written by
This was supposed to have been the lead into WWE being more prominent with Owen Hart to get him into the WWE Hall of Fame. Owen's wife, Martha, sued WWE for not getting her permission to use her husband's footage and Owen is still not in the Hall of Fame. See more »