John Pollock & Wai Ting review The Last of McGuinness (2013), an intensely personal look at Nigel McGuinness’ struggles to come to terms with the events that have led to the end of his pro wrestling career.
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They discuss the film’s shockingly raw approach to showcasing its subject in its most vulnerable state, Nigel’s advocacy for limiting blood use in pro wrestling following his Hep B diagnosis, how the film compares to the WWE’s subsequent documentary about his role as a commentator, and his potential return to the ring.
Crowd-funded into existence through Kickstarter and produced, shot and edited by Nigel himself during his final wrestling tour in 2011.
This subject was chosen by Espresso Executive Producer, Kishan Ameerali.
Though there doesn’t appear to be an official way of streaming or purchasing the film at the moment, you can find its current whereabouts here: https://www.google.com/search?q=the+last+of+mcguinness+where+to+watch
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