During an appearance on WINCLY, David Arquette revealed that he wished his documentary would have covered more of his independent run with R.J. City. Here’s what he had to say:
We showed a little of the wrestling with RJ, but there’s a whole world there in tag team wrestling in independent wrestling, but it was a lot lighter. But the Nick Gage thing did happen, but it’s weird. As I was going along, certain people would book me and and wouldn’t book RJ, and then that would be all kind of messed up. I always loved wrestling with RJ. He’s a veteran like he’s been doing this for like 10 years at least, probably more. So there’s always a comfort level there when you have someone who has so much experience, who knows how to set up matches and tell a story in a better way, protect you in a better way. So when I wouldn’t wrestle with him, typically I’d have a horrible match or do something stupid, or I get hurt, all this stuff.
I wish they would have covered more of that, but this story kind of unraveled itself, and the big lesson in it all. Even the Legends of Wrestling thing, part of that was the first day of shooting. We get to fight with the Nasty Boys because they didn’t want to film me in this place, and we hadn’t got asked for clearance. It was our fault, but then it sort of comes full circle because he sees me getting the death match. And then he calls me up to let me know that he’s got my back. It’s to talk about certain things because I try to protect the business, and I don’t want to reveal too much and all that.
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