Dark Side of the Ring: Unheard

Unaired Interviews with Pro Wrestling’s Most Famous and Infamous

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  • 11. Scott Hall

    From the raw footage of his Season 1 interviews, we surface the late Scott Hall's memories on WCW drug culture, getting to know Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage, and putting money first.

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  • 10. Jake Roberts

    Jake Roberts has been a mainstay interview subject since Season 1, and on this episode, he speaks to the root of his sinister wrestling persona, a fleeting feud with Hulk Hogan, and why wrestlers die young.
  • 9. Tony Atlas

    From our very first interview, we revisit Mr. USA Tony Atlas' reflections on growing up poor, trying to control his rage, and additional traumatic memories of the killing of Bruiser Brody. Disclaimer: José González was acquitted for the murder of Bruiser Brody on the basis of self-defense.
  • 8. Jim Cornette & Vince Russo

    Throughout Dark Side of the Ring, perhaps no war of words has been as incendiary or as entertaining as that between Jim Cornette and Vince Russo, and in this episode, we plumbed multiple seasons worth of interviews to understand the roots of their conflict.
  • 7. Terry Funk

    We were privileged to sit with one of wrestling's all-time greats for Season 3 as the late Terry Funk shares memories of a nomadic childhood, coming to terms with Vince McMahon's success, and how peeing on an electric fence braced him for barbed wire matches.
  • 6. Marty Jannetty

    It took us 3 days to interview Marty Jannetty for Season 4, and this episode features some of his wildest unaired comments on tag-team codependency, Shawn Michaels, and a honeymoon story for the ages.
  • 5. Road Warrior Animal

    Season 2's "The Last Ride of the Road Warriors" featured Animal's last major interview before his untimely death, and he reflects here on Hawk's passing, wet t-shirt contests in his bar bouncing days, and WWF storyline's going dark.