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Uploaded on Jan 14, 2009

Wrestling- Then & Now- The Movie is a documentary from underground film director Dwayne Walker and Evan Ginzburg, the Associate Producer of Darren Aronofsky's The Wrestler.

Go on the road with Evan as he talks to the greats of the sport in a film that has something for everyone.

If youre a fan of old school- who better than the late, great Killer Kowalski, Nikolai Volkoff, and Don Dr. Death Arnold to show you the ropes as they talk about not only wrestling but their philosophies on life and the extraordinary experiences theyve had travelling the world?

And if youre a fan of todays wrestling, see a young, outspoken Homicide, hardcore icon Lowlife Louis Ramos and indie stars from coast to coast talk about all aspects of the sport: injuries, the road, the womens division, overzealous fans, the ever-present paying dues, and much, much more.

Plus one of the casualties of the wrestling game, Tiger Khan, talks about the path he was on- filmed just a few years before his untimely passing at age 33.

Its a film that takes you deep inside the pro wrestling world- and particularly the real East Coast indie scene.

And for you fans of womens wrestling, you dont want to miss the clips of ultra stiff body builder, Kasie Kavanaugh (aka Jayne Trcka from Lady Gaga's 'Telephone') in her ring debut with former WWE worker Bryan Walsh. This is truly a collector's item.

Multiple DVD extras add to this great value at only $12.95 including shipping and handling available from Dwayne Walker. Overseas add $3.

Checks/money orders can be sent to:

Dwayne Walker
P.O. Box 2546
Seal Beach, CA 90740

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