Former WWE Superstar Evan Bourne (Matt Sydal) will be doing a live iPPV shoot interview with Kayfabe Commentaries on August 7th.
Hyping the interview, Bourne says he’s not afraid of ‘burning bridges’ with his former employer. “On Thursday, August 7th I’m bringing gasoline and dynamite. Bring the lighter and we’ll burn every one of ‘em to the ground.”
Here’s the official press release form Kayfabe Commentaries:
MATT SYDAL NOT WORRIED ABOUT BURNING BRIDGES IN LIVE “YOUSHOOT” iPPV
Today Kayfabe Commentaries and World Wrestling Network have announced a live iPPV version of the popular, uncensored shoot interview series “YouShoot” will debut on Thursday night August 7th, starring Matt Sydal. Sydal wrestled as Evan Bourne on WWE TV and was an indy sensation prior, working for Ring of Honor and Dragon’s Gate, among other federations. The event will air at wwnlive.com at 8pm EST on 8/7.
Kayfabe Commentaries president Sean Oliver stated that historically, many of the WWE’s released workers fear that particular series. “Many of the contemporary talent fear burning bridges,” Oliver began. “Mainly one very big bridge, that runs up I-95 into Connecticut.”
When asked about about his intentions to be totally frank with the fans of “YouShoot,” Matt Sydal was unflinching. “High fliers don’t need bridges,” Sydal stated. “On Thursday, August 7th I’m bringing gasoline and dynamite. Bring the lighter and we’ll burn every one of ‘em to the ground.”
The “YouShoot” series, produced by Kayfabe Commentaries, allows the entire interview to be conducted by fans via video submission and email submission of the questions. Now with the addition of the live iPPV element, fans will now be able to Skype in and also Tweet questions during the live broadcast. “Allowing fans to interact directly with Matt during the broadcast will add yet another dimension to the ‘YouShoot’ format,” Oliver said.
Fans can still submit videos and email questions as with any “YouShoot.” The iPPV is available for order now and fans can also now submit questions at kayfabecommentaries.com.
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