Wrestling Then and Now

Streaming on Amazon’s Direct Video!   

From acclaimed director Dwayne Walker and Evan Ginzburg- Associate Producer of The Wrestler comes this full length documentary features Killer Kowalski, Don “Dr. Death” Arnold, Nikolai Volkoff, Homicide, and many more

The Reviews are in for Wrestling- Then and Now:

“Wrestling Then and Now- The Movie was a fantastic documentary…Killer Kowalski and the late Tiger Khan and so many have been a part of WT&N newsletter and are now further immortalized on film. It’s a wonderful piece of history and Art and I can’t wait to re-watch it all over again!”

Mike Lano, radio host and wrestling writer/photographer/historian

“Wrestling- Then & Now- The Movie is a must see for both die-hard fans as well as casual fans of the sport.”

Brett Schwan, wrestling journalist

“An interesting, entertaining and informative documentary. Evan Ginzburg intelligently shows perspectives from Pro Wrestling’s past, present and future performers as well as their fans. You don’t have to be a wrestling fan to enjoy this video, it’s that good!” -“Your Role Model” Ric Lieb, indy wrestler & co-host for Smart Mark Radio “Wrestling Then and Now is a MUST for any wrestling fan. It was great to see my old deceased friends, Killer Kowalski and Tiger Khan. It was also great to see Evan Ginzburg, Don Arnold and Jeff Archer!”

Lanny ‘The Genius’ Poffo, WWE legend

“I got it very soon after it was released…EXCELLENT….you covered it all very well.”

Geoff Brown, wrestling historian (Australia)

Wrestling- Then & Now is available for rental or purchase at Amazon.com. Watch it now by clicking here. Whether you’re “old school” or love the wrestling of today, you won’t want to miss Wrestling- Then & Now the movie.

 

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