What if WWE made their own version of the Shakespeare classic Richard III?
Brian Stahl, a senior at a university, has always been an underdog and has been dealt a bad hand in life. Despite this, Brian is has always had a love for wrestling and has carried that love into college. Despite being struck with troubles and hardships in life, Stahl is determined to win the NCAA championship.
What if "The Wrestler" was made in the 80s? A faded professional wrestler must retire, but finds his quest for a new life outside the ring a dispiriting struggle.
In this gripping story, wrestling dominates the lives of two young men. Ivan Korske and Bobby Zane come from very different backgrounds--yet they both have the drive, determination, and commitment of a champion. And both are determined to have successful wrestling seasons despite having to grapple with their own demons. But their personal problems won't matter when these two teens meet on the mat to compete for the title of New Jersey State Wrestling Champion. Both Ivan and Bobby have put in grueling hours of practice, endured intense hunger to cut weight, and sacrificed themselves for the sport they love--but ...
A concept for a TV Series chronicling the backstage drama and personal lives of Vince Mcmahon and the wrestlers that have worked for him over the years. The show would begin in the 80's and then progress into the current era of WWE.
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