The “350 Days” documentary is coming soon

350 Days

350 Days, the most star-studded documentary ever made on the legends of professional wrestling is coming soon.
Legends include Bret “Hitman” Hart, Superstar Billy Graham, Greg “The Hammer” Valentine, Tito Santana, George “The Animal” Steele, Abdullah The Butcher, Wendi Richter, Lex Luger, Paul “Mr. Wonderful” Orndorff, Marty Jannetty, Lanny Poffo, The Masked Superstar (Bill Eadie), Angelo “King Kong” Mosca, The Wolfman, Ox Baker, Don Leo Jonathan and many others.  
Kenilworth, New Jersey 4/27/14- If you love pro wrestling history, its colorful legends and want to experience just what it was like being on the road 350 days a year, then 350 Days is the film for you.
The full length documentary chronicles professional wrestling during the heyday of the 1980’s as well as earlier eras. These larger than life characters were wrestling at a time when the business was broken up into territories. Most wrestlers would work and travel 350 days out of the year. This grueling lifestyle took its toll on many of them. This is a behind the scenes look at what these men and women endured at the time. You’ll hear stories of hard work, success, sex, drugs, injuries, triumphs and loss. This is a no holds barred, honest look at these titans’ lives, their experiences after the glory, and where they are now.

Bret “Hitman” Hart, Superstar Billy Graham, Greg “The Hammer” Valentine, Tito Santana, George “The Animal” Steele, Abdullah The Butcher, Wendi Richter, Lex Luger, Paul “Mr. Wonderful” Orndorff, Marty Jannetty, Lanny Poffo and The Masked Superstar, Bill Eadie , Angelo “King Kong” Mosca, “Wolfman” Willie Farkas, Ox Baker, Don Leo Jonathan, and a total of over 30 wrestlers who break down the third wall and allow you into their unforgettable lives.
This project has already taken us to cities all over the United States and Canada including New York, Atlanta, Tampa, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver to have the most intimate conversations with legends willing to share all with their fans.
The crew is among the most accomplished ever to tackle a wrestling project.
Producer Darren Antola is a noted boxing cutman who has worked with such champions as Kendall Holt & Yuri Foreman and acted as an agent for Riddick Bowe; Antola has moved into the wrestling world as a promoter and now filmmaker.
Director/Producer Fulvio Cecere has worked as both an actor and director on hundreds of films including Cinderella Man, acting with Russell Crowe, and savors the epic challenge of telling the innumerable amazing stories he has captured on film.
Editor Paul Whitehead is a highly respected pro who has worked on such classic films as The Hurricane about recently deceased boxer Ruben “Hurricane” Carter.
350 Days Associate Producer Evan Ginzburg was also Associate Producer and appeared as himself in Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler. He is host of both Legends TV and Legends Radio as well as acting as a professional wrestling agent and working in virtually every aspect of the wrestling business.
Associate Producer Bobby Riedel is one of the foremost wrestling agents in the business as well as a heel indy manager who is a true wrestling insider with contacts throughout the industry.
The crew vow to do justice to these legendary men and women and their sacrifices by telling their tales in what will be one of the finest films done on professional wrestling.
Visit our Facebook page 350 Days. Also, follow us on Twitter at @350Days –, and our ongoing Indiegogo campaign is at 350 Days so support this landmark film. Do become part of this worthwhile, world class project.
The Indiegogo page, has all the details on what will be an unforgettable film and the many perks you will get by being part of this journey. Join us on the road with your heroes as we together create the biggest and best wrestling documentary ever made.
Darren Antola  Producer

Fulvio Cecere   Director/Producer

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