Samoa Joe Gets Personal In DVD

cover.32After making a name for himself in Ring of Honor and catapulting to superstardom in TNA, Samoa Joe has quickly become one of modern day wrestling’s greatest talents. Armed with a myriad of different suplexes, strikes and submission holds, Joe’s matches are one of a kind and have garnered worldwide attention.

Despite his ability in the ring, TNA has never been able to show fans the personal side of the superstar, that is, until his new best-of DVD, “The Best Of Samoa Joe: Unstoppable” was released.

Chronicling his career in TNA from his debut match against Sonjay Dutt on June 19, 2005, “Unstoppable” even manages to sprinkle in commentary from Joe himself where he addresses everything from his troubled childhood to his long road to wrestling superstardom. Fans will be amazed at just how intelligent Joe is and how forthcoming he was in telling the story of not only his wrestling career, but his life as well.

Featuring matches against Christopher Daniels, A.J. Styles, Jushin Lyger and Chris Sabin, “Unstoppable” has all the great matches in Joe’s first year in TNA that you’d ever want to see…in their entirety. It seems that TNA has finally learned from the mistakes they made in various other best-of DVD compilations and has left everything in for the fans to enjoy this time around.

While the matches are great, getting an inside look at a candid and articulate wrestler that just so happens to choke people out for a living makes this a must-own DVD for anyone that finds themselves salivating when they hear the name of Samoa Joe.

Fans of the Samoan Submission Machine will love “Unstoppable” for the amount of matches TNA has managed to squeeze in, but non-wrestling fans will appreciate the commentary and inside look at Joe’s personal life that set it apart from any other TNA DVD out right now.

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