Our guest on the show this week is director and producer, Tim Disbrow.
A New Jersey native, Disbrow’s work includes feature-length and short subject documentaries, narrative short films, non-scripted television and branded content.
He’s done several wrestling-focused films and shows over the years, including the 2010 release “Card Subject To Change.”
“Card Subject To Change” takes fans deep inside the world of professional wrestling’s independent circuit. This compelling film follows several wrestlers as they make their way through the local VFW halls, high school gyms, and Elks’ lodges grinding it out to make it to the big time.
A few of the performers featured include Kevin Sullivan, Trent Acid, Rhett Titus, Sabu, Kamala and Necro Butcher.
“Card Subject To Change” is celebrating a new extended edition on Amazon Prime.
Disbrow talked to us about making the film, cutting his teeth as both a wrestler and referee, having complete access to the backstage area, meeting wrestlers before they hit it big and some wrestlers why past their heyday, and his thoughts on “Dark Side of the Ring” and the current state of wrestling documentaries.
And of course, we talk about Tim directing a side project with the Ultimate Warrior and some stories about Warrior that every wrestling fan needs to hear.
Ladies and gentlemen, entering the podcast and hailing from Flemington, New Jersey…this is Tim Disbrow.
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