Post by cornettesracket on Apr 5, 2020 13:25:01 GMT -5
The phrase "WWE make another superb documentary" just seems pointless to repeat because it's a given at this stage.
Edge won the marriage lottery with Beth. I listened to their podcast and she came across really well on that but she went way up in my opinion after watching this documentary. Dash wilder is clearly a good guy and a good friend to have. It's great to see after his retirement in 2011 he didn't go the way that others of his generation unfortunately and seems in a really place in life.
Post by mattperiolat on Apr 6, 2020 19:26:52 GMT -5
I’m three years older than Edge and the man makes me feel like I’m wasting my life.
Seriously though, this, along with Last Ride, really makes me love the Network. Someone said it earlier - Beth and Adam are relationship goals and seeing what his girls mean to them both is inspiring. I’m glad he is getting his second mountain and I’ll be glad to climb with him. In the words of the song When We Kings: “Now is the time/Here is the mountaintop/When one man climbs/The rest are lifted up”
And thanks to Adam for turning me onto Foo Fighters. And for being a good man.
Michael Joesph Jackson 1958-2009 The music lives always in my heart.
"For those who believe, no explanation is necessary. For those who don't believe, no explanation will do." - Jeff Jarrett on being a fan of pro wrestling
Post by "Evil Chops" Jackson Vanik on Apr 9, 2020 17:45:00 GMT -5
Edge used to get a lot of flack for the issues he had in his personal life, whether it be Lita or his steroid usage. This really helped show just how much he has changed over the years. He's with the love of his life and puts his little girls above everything else. It's a really great story that reminds you that people are always able to change.
Post by Redbeard's Ghost on Apr 13, 2020 16:32:32 GMT -5
A++ documentary. I remember vividly watching RAW in college, every Monday night we would do the two TV split RAW/Nitro in our house and invite over a bunch of people to watch. The Edge vignettes had me hooked on the character before he debuted, then his debut was the icing on the cake. To watch his career unfold as it did and him reach the very tippy top of the industry was a blessing. He's one of those wrestlers who I feel a personal connection to, so this was a truly heart-hitting show.
Post by cabbageboy on Apr 13, 2020 17:42:25 GMT -5
Edge and Beth's house in Asheville is awesome as well. Seems like it would be a great place to be in the winter with that epic view of the mountains, although you'd need someone to make sure the roads to the main highway are cleared and all. Did Edge ever say why he moved there? I haven't been to Asheville in years, usually just a stopover to get to Myrtle Beach for me, but I've always wanted to check out Biltmore and everything.