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Ric Flair & The Four Horsemen (2007)

TV-14 | | Documentary, Sport | Video 10 April 2007
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Follows the rise of one of if not greatest group in wrestling history, the four horsemen.
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Terry Allen Terry Allen ... Magnum T.A. (archive footage)
Arn Anderson ... Himself
Gene Anderson Gene Anderson ... Himself (archive footage)
Ole Anderson Ole Anderson ... Himself (archive footage)
Randy Anderson Randy Anderson ... Randy Anderson - Referee (archive footage)
Scotty Antol ... Scotty Riggs (archive footage)
Steve Austin ... Himself
Marcus Bagwell ... Buff Bagwell (archive footage)
Roger Barnes Roger Barnes ... Ronnie Garvin (archive footage)
Chris Benoit ... Himself
Eric Bischoff ... Himself
Tully Blanchard ... Tully Blanchard (archive footage)
Steve Borden ... Sting (archive footage)
Gary Michael Cappetta Gary Michael Cappetta ... Himself (archive footage)
Paul Centopani Paul Centopani ... Paul Roma
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Follows the rise of one of if not greatest group in wrestling history, the four horsemen.

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Following the Chris Benoit double-murder-suicide tragedy, WWE edited the version they showed on PPV as part of their "Fanatix" series to end right before Benoit became a Horseman in 1995. See more »

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Ric Flair and the IV Horsemen
21 April 2008 | by gtiong3-1See all my reviews

Wow! Or should I say... Wooo! Like many others, I am a big fan of the Horsemen and have been for some time. Due to the fact that the WWE had nothing to do with the legendary stable, I was almost certain that they would mess this DVD up, but to my surprise they delivered a quality product! And yes I believe its still true: The Four Horsemen are the greatest wrestling stable of all time! The DVD starts off in the pre-Horsemen days, with Gene Anderson and Ole Anderson wrestling together as sibling tag team (the team actually predated Ole but maybe that's another DVD...). Ole was joined by Arn Anderson, who was noticing the potential in a young man who we now know as Ric Flair. Along with their "sparkplug" Tully Blanchard, the group joined to become the Four Horsemen and were managed by J.J. Dillon. The group would famously isolate a certain body part (i.e.- leg, hand, whatever) and "work on it" to wear it down. They were also known as much for their flamboyant lifestyles outside the ring as they were for their wrestling skills. This led to a great combination of exciting interviews and classic arcs in the history of the NWA/WCW where each member held a belt (Ric- World champ, Arn and Tully- Tag champs, 2nd generation member Barry Windham- US champ) amounting to one of the greatest forces in the wrestling industry.

As it was, the biography was great as they discussed the different groups and how a lot the changes were made more for political reasons rather than good business sense. They also said that some changes were made by non-wrestling officials (which I tend to believe myself). Overall, just a great trip down memory lane. To paraphrase Jim Ross' words, "WITHOUT THE HORSEMEN, THERE WOULD'VE BEEN NO DX, NO DANGEROUS ALLIANCE AND THERE DAMN SURE WOULD'VE BEEN NO NWO!" Get this to see the rise and fall of the "symbol of excellence."


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