The second volume of Lionsgate and A&Es WWE collection of Biography features Shawn Michaels (directed by Joe Lavine, who did the ESPN 30 for 30 “Playing for the Mob and the documentary Namath for HBO), Ultimate Warrior (directed by Daniel Amigone (Chain of Command, The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth), Mick Foley (directed by Thomas Odelfelt, who made the HBO 24/7 Mayweather-Marquez) and Bret “The HItman” Hart (directed by George Roy, who made Mantle for HBO).
It’s great to see these movies made by actual sports documentarians instead of presented as jokes. Sure, the Warrior doc has some of the dirt that you expect, but that came after WWE realized that they would truly be competing with Dark Side of the Ring.
You also get. to hear from the actual stars themselves — when possible — and the people they told these amazing stories with. If you’re a wrestling fan — or know one — this inexpensive set (and Volume 1 as well) are a great deal.