The World According To Wrestling is a project exploring characters and stereotypes in wrestling featuring interviews with professional wrestlers and celebrity fans. Starting November 2015.
In one of his most open and candid interviews in recent years, Kurt Angle speaks to The World According To Wrestling about a potential return to WWE, the drug problems in the past, how WWE deals with injuries now, what he thinks of Gable and Jordan, Shane McMahon, the different phases of his career and lots more.
Former WWE superstar John Morrison – known as Johnny Mundo in Lucha Underground – talks about the crossover between film and wrestling, live screen-testing of his name, women’s wrestling and his future.
Former Head Trainer of NXT and WWE, WCW and ECW star Bill DeMott talks about his role in NXT, character development, the presentation of women’s wrestling, whether he would return and lots more.
Top UK women’s wrestler Erin Angel talks about her attempts to get a WWE contract, fellow UK women’s wrestler Paige’s success, sexism in the industry, the Divas revolution and why she thinks Chyna should be in the WWE Hall of Fame.
Jeff Jarrett, former WCW World Champion and six-time WWE Intercontinental Champion – and founder of both TNA and Global Force Wrestling – talks about gender, race, how characters connect with audiences, starting a wrestling promotion and lots more!
JTG (real name Jayson Paul), one half of the former WWE tag team Cryme Tyme, talks about representations of race in wrestling, glass ceilings, Hulk Hogan and lots more.
Max Landis, creator of Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling, and screenwriter of Chronicle, American Ultra and Victor Frankenstein, talks about everything.