101 REASONS NOT TO BE A PRO WRESTLER is a clever and well done documentary which takes you through the lives and careers of the wrestlers in this documentary. Director Michael Moody does a fantastic job at directing and editing this film. This film features superstars such as Rikishi Fatu, Psicosis, Joanie Lauer, Diamond Dallas Page, New Jack, Vampiro, Sean OHaire, Nosawa, Tylene Buck, Tabitha Stevens, Babi Slymm, Sylvester The Predator Terkay, and many more!
This documentary is full of great stories, great jokes but most of all great questions. Many different questions are asked throughout this film and the wrestlers really do a great job at getting in-depth into the discussion. What I really love about this DVD is how the wrestlers go all out to answer the question and are not afraid to give a good, long and detailed answer. The reply to these great questions as if nothing is holding them back.
The wrestlers speak about subjects such like politics, backstage, relationships, wrestling with a family, and much more. I promise you, if you watch this DVD you WILL learn a lot. You will learn things you probably didn't know existed! The film also features great comedy from wrestlers New Jack and Babi Slymm. I really enjoyed watching these two on screen. I really think they were fit for this. The documentary also features an exclusive look at the New Jack, Vampiro and Insane Clown Posse commercial shoot, which is really amazing footage.
But thats not all The DVD also includes many bonus features. One great bonus feature is a never released New Jack match, in which he damn near almost kills a 75 year-old man. What can possibly be better? The Bonus Footage on this disc includes Bonus talk with many different wrestlers, backstage footage of what its like backstage at a real wrestling event, in-depth talk with New Jack, Diamond Dallas Page, Vampiro, The Predator and Joanie Lauer.
This disc really is a great documentary and I can honestly say it easily beats Beyond The Mat and any other wrestling documentary out there! I give DVD 5 out of 5 stars! Director Michael Moody did a fantastic job at putting this together.