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“We don’t have any in production right now but we are really enthused about working with WWE and their athletes. It can’t just be, 'We have to do WWE again.' It has to be who is the right storyteller, the right subject and is this the right time to do it.” On that note, I decided to put together my own list of wrestling subjects who would make for compelling 30 for 30's.I also compiled the opinions of longtime professional wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer, the editor of the and Wrestling and a writer for MMAFighting.com, and Conrad Thompson, who co-hosts two of the most popular wrestling podcasts in the audio space: Something to Wrestle (with Bruce Prichard) and What Happened When (with Tony Schiavone).” When Amy and Edge began bonding: “I know both of us were kind of like, ‘Oh sh*t’ you know once we started to-to realize we were more than just two bros just hanging out.
Amy on her relationship with her father: “My dad never came to a soccer game, a swim meet, anything. it was odd I never knew him, but I didn’t know that I didn’t know him, because I saw him everyday. And I do feel like I’ve always just leaned on ‘Oh I’m a tomboy, I’m into like you know, cool dude stuff, I’m into skateboarding, I’m into hardcore, I’m into martial arts’, because it’s like, yeah I wanted approval from guys.
Savage’s father (Angelo Poffo), brother (Lanny Poffo) and ex-wife (Elizabeth Hulette) were also in the business and his tragic death at 58 (he suffered a heart attack while driving with his wife) adds another layer of storyline.
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And the moment my parents split up, we pretty much never talked. I wanted to be around things that the guys were doing and I wanted them to be like ‘Wow you can do this as good as me, high-five’.
Because I didn’t have anything to talk to him about now that he’s not under the same roof.”How her relationship with her father has affected her: “I know that it’s affected my relationship with men because it makes me keep a wall up and never really give in, because I’m like I don’t want the rejection. And realizing that that’s why I was gravitating towards that was a little hard to swallow.”Amy realizing her relationship with Matt Hardy was coming to an end in 2005: “We were slightly disconnected while I was at home recuperating because he was still 100% into his career and I was 100% out of it at the moment, because I had to be.
archival footage and making talent available for interviews) from the WWE. “Given the buzz around the story, the amount of internal marketing we got, and the insanity of WWE fans, it did lead us to believe we might have a big night,” she said.