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You asked the questions. And now he’s pulling no punches in giving the answers.
You know him as “Hardcore,” and Bob Holly is just that in Kayfabe Commentaries’ latest release, “You Shoot: Bob Holly.”
The shoot-style series gained rapid popularity as stars were forced to answer the searching, difficult questions, but also the ridiculous and critical. That menagerie makes the show a hit says Kayfabe Commentaries co-owner Sean Oliver. “The public has been given a forum, and direct access to the stars of the sport,” says Oliver. “And although there are some really serious, interesting questions that Bob fields, we all know the ones that will get the rewind button.”
Holly answers questions (and challenges!) covering a wide range of wrestling material, from his early unsuccessful gimmicks, to his superstar run as Hardcore Holly. Also covered are the Matt Cappotelli incident and Holly’s reputation as a tough guy.
The DVD went on sale this week at www.kayfabecommentaries.com but you can take home a copy free of charge thanks to The History of WWE (http://www.thehistoryofwwe.com).
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Each week, The History of WWE will be giving away a different DVD shoot interview. Keep them for yourself or pass them along to friends and family. Previous weeks have seen fans across the country take home shoot interviews of Bret Hart, Vince Russo & Ed Ferrara, Demolition, the Hardy Boyz, Tatanka, Jim Neidhart, Scott Steiner, Kevin Nash, Goldust, Rey Mysterio Jr., and the New Age Outlaws.
To enter: Visit http://www.thehistoryofwwe.com and follow these simple directions: e-mail your name and mailing address and, in the subject line, put “Bob Holly.” It’s as easy as that.
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