Having Kevin Von Erich interviewed as part of a documentary on The Von Erich Family that focuses on what the main reason was for all the Von Erich suicides would make an excellent 30 For 30. The only things is, I don't see how it could equal "Heroes Of World Class" director's cut which was just phenomenal. So I'd like to see a 30 For 30 that goes in depth on exactly how Vince McMahon was able to run all the territories out of business, especially considering how his product was often so goofy and childish. The NWA, especially Jim Crockett Promotions was so much of a better quality product with wrestlers who wrestled a far more physically demanding style and treated it as a sport instead of a spectacle. Last night even Hogan himself said Flair was "10 times better" then Hogan was. Crockett was much more adult oriented in the 80s than the WWF was and the emphasis was on quality matches rather than big steroid freaks who made WWF the spectacle it was but lacked the flexibility and in general, the talent to wrestle. The Ultimate Warrior is the ultimate example of this. How did Vince get so much money to be able to attack all the NWA territories as well as The AWA? Something just doesn't add up there. Sure the northeast is the most populous area of the country and the most affluent, but that alone doesn't explain Vince having THAT much money to be able to wage war on so many territories at once. For a 30 For 30 on another single wrestler, I think they could do an excellent job on Terry Funk - The Hardcore Legend and one of the only brothers to both have been NWA World Heavyweight Champions. In a business as cutthroat as wrestling it's very unusual to come across a wrestler that seemingly nobody has a bad thing to say about but Terry is one of the very few along with The Undertaker and Harley Race who both would also be excellent subjects for a 30 For 30 as well.