Today WWE released the trailer for “Ladies and Gentlemen, My Name is Paul Heyman”.
The hotly anticipated new DVD/Blu-ray looks at the life and career of legendary photographer, manager, booker, owner and lightning rod for controversy: Paul Heyman (oh and just in case you’ve forgotten, also the individual who represented the man who recent broke the Undertaker’s undefeated WrestleMania winning streak).
The trailer reveals that a number of past and present WWE stars will be involved with the documentary, along with a few unexpected surprises.
The complete list of talent featured within the trailer are:
- Paul Heyman
- Tommy Dreamer
- Rob Van Dam
- Brock Lesnar
- Gabe Sapolsky (founder of ROH and current co-owner/vice-president of Evolve and Dragon Date USA)
- Mick Foley
- Jerry “The King” Lawler
- Dusty Rhodes
- Bill Apter (famed wrestling journalist and photographer)
- Jim Ross
- Stephanie McMahon
The trailer also looks to confirm that the set will be rated TV-14 V and looks to feature a plethora of behind-the-scenes footage of the original ECW.
Below is a reminder of the official synopsis for the set:
One of the most controversial managers and figures in WCW, ECW and WWE History! For the first time ever, fans get the full story of the life and career of Paul Heyman. From his beginnings as a ringside photographer at MSG, to becoming a manager at WCW, then heading up the infamous ECW, Paul has his own unique brand of over-the-top, in your face entertainment that has developed him a cult-like following. Unfortunately his financial savvy didn’t match his creative genius, and ECW was eventually purchased by WWE.
Since joining WWE, Paul has gone on to great heights, including managing Brock Lesnar, when he finally broke Undertakers WrestleMania Streak this year. This collection includes great behind-the-scenes footage and interviews, with past and present talent talking about Paul’s contribution to the world of sports-entertainment. Featuring interviews with Raven, Tommy Dreamer, Joey Styles, Mick Foley, Rob Van Dam, Stephanie McMahon and of course the man himself.
“Ladies and Gentleman, My Name is Paul Heyman” will be released as a three disc DVD set and two disc Blu-ray set on August 5th in the United States and just one day later in Australia.
However, good news for fans in the United Kingdom and Europe because as of now “Ladies and Gentleman, My Name is Paul Heyman” will be released 8 days before the United States on July 28th, 2014! Expect this to be available to pre-order soon.
What classic Heyman moments would you like to see included? Leave a comment below!
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The official cover artwork and content listing should be unveiled soon!
I would like to see the Tuxedo Match between Paul and Jim Cornette from the Great American Bash 1989 and the formation of the ECW/WCW Alliance!
Already pre ordered my blu ray for $19.97
Where did you pre-order the Blu-Ray for $19.97?
How about Stond Cold? Didn’t Heyman manage the Hollywood Blondes?
Noone managed The Hollywood Blondes – Austin/Pillman. Heyman managed Austin back in 1991 as part of his Dangerous Alliance group (Medusa, Bobby Eaton, Rick Rude, Arn Anderson and Larry Zbyszko were the other members.) He has never managed Pillman.
I think this will be the best documentary of the year and also curious on what else they will be put on this dvd besides the documentary
Hopefully they interviewed Punk for this before he left.
One more thing: that cover reminds me of a line in the excellent thriller: “The usual suspects”:
“…the greatest trick the Devil has ever pulled, was convincing the people that he never existed.”
Sooo much Heyman.. 🙂
His “shoot” on Vince during the invasion is a necessity
No it isn’t. Paul Heyman is an egodriven POS.
So don’t buy it libtard.
Yeah man. If you have an issue, go buy some Spider Man comics or something.
Can not wait for this… I have high expectations, as I see it a bit as a vol. 2 of Rise and Fall of ECW, added with more details of Paul’s work before and after the Extreme company of course..
Naturally, I hope his tremendous (one of many in his illustral career) at RAW after “His Client Brock Lesnar conquered the Streak”-promo is on..
For a non-wrestler promoter/manager he never has had the in-ring skills on level like Vince McMahon, so, I’m not looking so much forward to matches where he was involved dicrectly;
more, am I looking to enjoy a large bunch of segments where his management and interaction with ordiens are in focus.. and matches of his clients, where he, like nobody, expresses joy or disbelief, or disappointment during and after matches.
This is actually first time, that I consider pre-ordering a WWE set, which I never ever done the nearly 5 years I collected. Excited..