On this week’s edition of The Rack, host Lindsey Ward, her producer Sir Rockin as they gave their opinions on all the big stories of the week in Pro Wrestling.
We were joined by independent filmmaker and director of the upcoming documentary ‘Tarafied’ Matt Goldberg. In a nearly 25 minute interview, he discussed his work on the documentary and how it came about, what inspired him to use Tara as the subject of the work, his previous documentary work done with ‘The Pope’ D’Angelo Dinero and taking that to Cannes, how long he’s been a wrestling fan and how he became a fan, who some of his favorite wrestlers of all time are, what kind of other projects we can expect from him in the future, how the project transformed from a senior thesis project to a full blown film, the possibility of it appearing at film festivals and more.
For more information on his upcoming documentary ‘Tarafied’, you can visit MBG Films’ Facebook page (www.facebook.com/MBGFilms) for pictures of production, the latest news and updates on the work and its pending release. You can also get the latest information on Matt and his other projects by visiting him on Twitter (@MBGFilms) or his YouTube page (http://www.youtube.com/mbg1211) to see other examples of his work.
As with every week, The Rack is your weekly home for immediate Impact Wrestling recaps and commentary. We recapped the night that was the #BullyBrookeWedding including surprise appearances by Spike Dudley and Tommy Dreamer as groomsmen, Bad Influences taking on Hardy and Storm in a tag Match and an Angel’s Wings on the Screamer Belt, a Joseph Park appearance and delivery of cigars to the groom, a Gut Check decision, everyone’s favorite dysfunctional Tag Team aka Anger Buddies 2.0, a Knockouts #1 Contenders Match (wasn’t this at Genesis?), and finally a wrestling wedding that went off without a hitch… or did it, and there were special unannounced guests in Aces& 8’s and a trun by… TAZZ?!?! All this and so much more!
We also had a look at all the news and notes of the week, including Eve leaving WWE and dropping the belt near Kaitlyn’s hometown, WWE VIP packages for live shows for $250-$600, as well as the Rack staples: Tweet of the Week and the Discussion of the Night “Do you think DX/Kliq deserve to go in to the Hall of Fame Together?” which also turned into a larger discussion of the Hall of Fame and who should be in. Check it all out on this week’s edition of The Rack, brought to you partially by PWMania.com!