The Ring Post: 350 Days
Welcome to the first edition of The Ring Post in the new year and the first one in February. Be sure to read all the news items below as well as our main item on a great movie.
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350 Days is a documentary film that explores the behind-the-scenes lives of professional wrestlers during the territorial era of the industry. The title "350 Days" refers to the grueling schedule these wrestlers maintained, being on the road for approximately 350 days a year.
The documentary features interviews with veteran professional wrestlers who were active during the territorial days, offering insights into their experiences, challenges, and the toll that the lifestyle took on their personal lives. The film also sheds light on the physical and mental toll of the wrestling profession, as well as the camaraderie and relationships that developed among the wrestlers.
Wrestling legends such as Bret Hart, Greg Valentine, Tito Santana, and Superstar Billy Graham are among those interviewed.ed in the documentary. They share anecdotes, memories, and perspectives on the wrestling industry during that era.
350 Days is available on Prime Video and Youtube. You can watch it below.