One of the AWA’s legendary tag teams, Wayne Bloom and Mike Enos, -The Minnesota Destruction Crew – sat down with RF Video for a new shoot interview to cover their entire career. Some may know them as the Beverly Brothers in the WWF, and both Wayne and Mike talked about what it took to survive, and thrive, in the cut throat conditions within the major promotions.
This is a great DVD for anyone who was a fan of the AWA, enjoyed good tag team wrestling, or just likes hearing a good story about some of the most colorful characters in the business as Bloom and Enos worked with them all. In a nice treat, Bloom and Enos covered how they met, broke into the business, and became tag team partners. Forget Tough Enough, you’ll get the real story on what it takes to get into the wrestling business and what they had to do to develop their noteworthy promos. All the names you loved in the AWA, such as Verne Gagne, the Midnight Rockers, and Tom Zenk, get their due in this entertaining shoot!
The boys also made their way to World Championship Wrestling and give their thoughts on grizzled veteran Ole Anderson along with explaining the major differences between the AWA and WCW. Bloom and Enos recount their first tour of Japan and what it was like to work with Muto and Chono in their primes. We also got both men to describe how they got into the WWF and we were told a great rib they played on Vince McMahon himself. Did they enjoy being managed by John “Coach” Tolos or Lanny Poffo? What did they think about their matches against the Road Warriors? What was it like to work in Wembley Stadium? What exactly was it like working the grueling WWF road schedule and why were they never given the tag straps?