Post by cornettesracket on Mar 8, 2020 14:52:51 GMT -5
this is premiering on the live channel after the PPV tonight but it's available to watch on demand now and shock horror the documentaries WWE do are superb and this is no different. WWE and the fans owe FCW a lot in terms of where WWE is now with the roster they have. It's a really well done documentary and you because WWE seems to film and keep literally everything there are some brilliant clips from promo class.
Nope. It was basically a puff piece romanticising FCW even tho pretty much everyone openly admits in the doc the place was a total shithole to work in. Worth a look, but nothing ground breaking. Exactly what you’d expect from your average WWE doc these days
Post by mattperiolat on Mar 10, 2020 7:10:17 GMT -5
Things learned from this documentary:
We can hold Freddie Prince Jr. and Johnny Ace responsible for the Bellas.
Charlotte Flair looked light years different in FCW. Must have put on some weight somewhere.
Paige existed in FCW, but not important enough to be featured ahead of the Bellas. Or to be, y’know, INTERVIEWED.
There’s a story about Seth and him almost getting turfed here that I’m not familiar with. More here, please.
It’s an OK doc, but very soft. OVW was never shut down, Richie Steamboat wrestled into the modern NXT era, Bill DeMott was a thing and this did not exist just to improve the Bellas. Now, we can judge for ourselves if FCW programming is featured on the Network, but Lord only knows.
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