Post by carlmintern on Nov 26, 2016 17:57:35 GMT -5
As someone who missed the whole ecw thing, and have only really learned about the history of modern wrestling outside wwf/wwe over the last two to three years, I didn't really have any emotional investment in Tommy dreamer going into this. I had heard plenty of ecw related stories through a multitude of podcasts and of course as a LAW disciple I wanted to give this a shot.
It really didn't dissapoint.
Truly great job by all involved. I feel like it gave a real chance to feel the emotional connection between the subject and his chosen art form of professional wrestling.
I can't praise this retrospective enough. Thanks for posting.
Great production. Tommy is like an old sad dog who'll never get past what he once had. Sadly. ECW is dead. Get over it. He has a beautiful family and still loves this business. Don't be stuck in memories. Go on with your life. Beautiful docu.
Post by Christian Small on Nov 27, 2016 2:17:17 GMT -5
I don't think it's as much Tommy not getting over it as it is the entire wrestling world needs to get over it. Much like the attitude era, ECW is something the wrestling business just won't let go off. How can the man move on when seemingly every interview he does ends up being about it? And that's not the fault of the interviewers, that is the thing that defines his entire career.