RF Video Cryme Tyme (Shad Gaspard & JTG) Shoot Interview DVD

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RF Video Cryme Tyme (Shad Gaspard & JTG) Shoot Interview DVD

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Brooklyn represent! One of wrestling's most controversial acts of the last few years stepped into the RF VIDEO studios to record an exclusive new shoot interview that will be answering the questions many fans have had concerning their infamous time in the WWE spotlight. Shad Gaspard and JTG came into the WWE as the tag team Cryme Tyme and were introduced through a series of notorious skits that were the talk of the wrestling world. Both Shad and JTG were completely open on what they thought about their characters, their skits, and their tumultuous time in New York that ended after a bizarre in-ring incident with Cade and Murdoch. This is the one interview where you will get the whole truth, and nothing but, straight from the source!

Starting their career in Ohio Valley Wrestling under the watchful eye of ECW's mad scientist Paul Heyman, Shad and JTG (then known as the Neighborhoodie) worked together as The Gang Stars. Both men shared their memories of that time in OVW and described all the things that young WWE talent must go through on their way to the big show. How hard was their training? Were they able to make a living? Who did they ride with and what were they shows like? This shoot interview is invaluable for anyone who is interesting in learning more about how the WWE developmental works and what it is like for an indy wrestler to be in the wrestling machine. Johnny Jeter, Ken Kennedy, Danny Davis and many other notable OVW names are covered in-depth.

It didn't take long before the two men were called up to the main stage and they explained who came up with the controversial gimmick Cryme Tyme along with a ton of backstage stories. The boys talked about their favorite skit and if they felt they were really parodying racial stereotypes as the WWE claimed they were. Shad and JTG also gave us their thoughts on all the big names in WWE including John Cena, Triple H, Ric Flair, Batista, and even the Spirit Squad. What did the wrestlers backstage think of their gimmick? How approachable was Vince McMahon? What really went down in the match between them, Murdoch, and Cade, and what was the reaction in the back? We've got the answers to all the burning questions!

You'll hear what Cryme Tyme thought of John Laurenitis, drugs in wrestling, going back to the indys, the biggest misconception about wrestling in the WWE, dirtsheets and the internet and much more along with them giving their best road stories. A great interview that shoot fans everywhere are going to enjoy.

"Pop a 40 and check your rollies 'cause it's CRYME TYME!" Exclusively with RF Video!

Were you fans growing up

How did you get into pro wrestling

What was the hardest thing about training

What were your expectations

Memories of your first matches

Memories of your first few weeks in OVW

Thoughts on Paul Heyman

What were each of your goals when you got in the business

Initial impressions of each other

Who did you ride with

Was it hard to make a living there

How much feedback did you get from the WWE offices

Did it bother you during your time in OVW when youd see someone get called up due to their body who wasn't ready while you were working hard and werent called up

What was the party lifestyle like in OVW

Did any of the vets mentor you guys

Whos idea was it to put you guys together

Memories of matches in OVW with CM Punk

Memories of Ken Kennedy from OVW

Memories of Johnny Jeter

Thoughts on Danny Davis as a trainer

Do you think you were trained right for the WWE or is it a different kind of training

How did you find out you were going to get signed by the WWE

What was it like for you the day you signed your deal

Who came up with your gimmick

Initial impressions of Vince

Who was the captain of your team and called the matches

How did you guys feel about comparisons to the Gangstas

Was there anyone you started getting tighter with on the main roster

Was there any kind of initiation

Who did you ride with

How much input did you have on your characters

Did you guys disagree on anything early on

Is there anyone you worked with in OVW you were surprised that never had success on the main roster

Who taught you guys how to get your interviews down

Did you have a problem with the racial overtones of the characters

Were you happy or disappointed with the way the live crowd reacted to you guys early on

Memories of your matches with the Spirit Squad

Memories of your debut on Raw

What was your favorite skit you guys did

Memories of matches with Haas and Benjamin

Memories teaming with Chris Masters

Were the writers approachable if you had ideas

Memories of the dance party skit at Wrestlemania

Were you disappointed you didn't get to wrestle at Wrestlemania

What is the party lifestyle like in the WWE

Thoughts on John Cena

Thoughts on Triple H

Thoughts on Batista

Thoughts on Ric Flair

How approachable was Vince

What was his feedback on your characters

Was it hard to handle all of this success so quickly

What is Vince like to work with in skits and segments

Did you sense any jealousy by vets at your big push

Where were you when you heard about Chris Benoit

How hard did you take it

How hard did the company take it

Do you think the media coverage was fair or unfair

Do you think the WWE needs a stronger wellness policy

Memories of the speech HHH gave the boys

Was it almost like a demotion to be sent back to OVW

How had it changed

Did you get the feeling the writers were running out of ideas for you guys

What happened the last night you worked with Cade and Murdoch

What was the reaction in the locker room when you went back

Did any of the vets get on you guys

Did you think you made a mistake

How did you find out you were released

Do you think it was fair

Thoughts on John Laurenitus

Do you have plans to go to TNA

Is there anyone you didn't get a chance to work with that you wished you would have

Can you make the adjustment to going back to work on the indys

Is it hard to go from being on world wide television every week to practical obscurity

Thoughts on drugs in wrestling

Would you ever like to open a school or become a trainer somewhere

Biggest piece of advice you can give for success in the business

What is your favorite moment in your career

What is the biggest misconception about wrestling in the WWE

Favorite opponents, least favorite opponents?

Any regrets?

Thoughts on newsletters and the internet

What do you do now with your free time

What kind of restrictions are on you from a copyright standpoint to work elsewhere

What do you miss most and least about being a full time wrestler

Best ribs you ever saw

Road stories