Sneak Peek - Wrestlemania 3 | Biography: "Macho Man" Randy Savage | Premieres Sun, 5/2 on A&E

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Produced by Billy Corben and Alfred Spellman (“Cocaine Cowboys,” “Screwball,” ESPN 30 for 30 “The U”), this film will tell the larger-than-life story of one of the most colorful and charismatic Superstars to ever step foot inside the ring. With two WWE Championships, four WCW® World Championships and a 14-month reign as Intercontinental Champion, Savage became known for his famous catch phrases, larger-than-life personality and the enormous, flashy robes he wore into the ring. Premiere Sunday, May 2 at 8pm ET/PT on A&E.
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  • The golden days of wrestling I miss them days

    BigJOE RCBigJOE RC9 ժամ առաջ
  • Hogan still insecure that, although Hogan-Andre sold the tickets, Steamboat-Savage stole the show.

    Wes SidnerWes Sidner11 ժամ առաջ
  • Seen one Hogan match, seen them all. Boring. Macho Man was always leaps and bounds ahead of Hogan. The cream of the crop.

    OlliejokerOlliejoker14 ժամ առաջ
  • Wow, they used a clip with Steamboat actually coming out to Sirius!

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  • Steamboat Savage match has probably the best ref bump as well. Reverse reverse bam then bam into the turnbuckle.

    Mindless DroidMindless Droid3 օր առաջ
  • i'm kind of in the camp of people who say a truly great match is called on the fly

  • Truly will go down as one of the greatest matches in wrestlemania history you have too amazing performers fighting for the intercontinental title in Ricky steamboat vs Macho Man Randy Savage and hall of famers

    John BradsJohn Brads5 օր առաջ
  • Steamboat is aging like wine.

    Jeff TaylorJeff Taylor5 օր առաջ
  • I was fortunate, as a grade 7 kid, to be one of the ~90k in attendance for that show. It was AWESOME, and Steamboat/Savage unquestionably stole the show.

    Dr. Jeff RandallDr. Jeff Randall5 օր առաջ
  • Peak Wrestling

    Arthur EdensArthur Edens5 օր առաջ
  • These are not nearly as good as the wrestling docs Vice is putting out. Clearly ripping off the Dark Side of the Ring series.

    Ian DittyIan Ditty6 օր առաջ
  • "Tito Santana, you are like a grain of sand in the Sahara desert, and I am the entire desert!!"

    Tarmac76Tarmac766 օր առաջ
  • I can’t wait to watch this on Sunday

    Robin TaylorRobin Taylor6 օր առաջ
  • Macho Mans small figure has more Stil as the complete rooster from today.

    Stefan ScholzStefan Scholz6 օր առաջ
  • Look at Macho Man wit his Phantom of the Opera sunglasses.

    Charles Lee IIICharles Lee III6 օր առաջ
  • Hogan was being sarcastic right?

    JOHNJOHN7 օր առաջ
  • garbage hit job of a biography

    David manchaDavid mancha7 օր առաջ
  • yeah.... If you want to watch good wrestling biography stuff, without WWE shill tool butt lickers like peter Rosenberg in it, watch Dark Side of the Ring on VICE where it is about these carnie circus clowns doing drugs, dying and committing crimes.

    Andrew MartinAndrew Martin7 օր առաջ
  • Hahaha only in your Self Arrogance mind Hogan, they out did you Brother!!!!!!!! lololol aha so delusional lololol.

    Andrew AtuaheneAndrew Atuahene7 օր առաջ
  • Hogan still knows nothing to this day 😂

    Alan John WhiteAlan John White7 օր առաջ
  • Hulk Hogan: The most egotistical and boring wrestler to ever come out of the WWE

    Sam MyersSam Myers7 օր առաջ
  • Hogan lying first clip got it 🤣🤣🤣

    Wyane DollaWyane Dolla7 օր առաջ
  • It's good to see ricky steamboat doing this interview.

    Hector LopezHector Lopez7 օր առաջ
  • This is pure Monday morning quarterbacking. Was the Savage/Steamboat match better technically? Yes. What does everyone remember from the PPV other than the "93,000" in attendance? Hogan slamming Andre.

    GwildorGwildor7 օր առաջ
  • Hogan is a complete duche.

    mitch paycemitch payce8 օր առաջ
  • Steamboat vs Savage didn't TRY to upstage the DID upstage

    John RileyJohn Riley8 օր առաջ
  • Andre was old (for him) barely could walk , hogan has never been a good a punch and a leg drop. Savage and steamboat were in there prime and freaking awesome wrestlers (60 minute men) I would really hope they put on a better match than a near dead giant and a 2 move chump.

    Will RobinsonWill Robinson8 օր առաջ
  • They didn't try to upstage us. Ricky we wanted to upstage Andre and Hulk

    Joshua JacksonJoshua Jackson8 օր առաջ
  • 34 years later and it's still talked about as the greatest Wrestlemania match of all time

    Samuel ZarconeSamuel Zarcone8 օր առաջ
  • Wait, what? Wrestling isn't real?

    Eric OlsonEric Olson8 օր առաջ
  • Never had a televised match till W3? Really? Then how come the match where he injured steamboats throat happened before W3?..

    The HeathenThe Heathen8 օր առաջ
  • Anyone with an IQ could tell that's exactly what macho and steamboat planned and pulled off.. I'd believe Ricky anyday over that lying overated racist..

    The HeathenThe Heathen8 օր առաջ
  • Using the Hurricanes action figure as a profile is f*cking brilliant🤢

    Erin QErin Q8 օր առաջ
  • Wouldn't it be amazing if this line we've been fed for decades about Savage and Steamboat meticulously working out every last detail of this legendary match, turned out to be a work? They called it in the ring like everything else? I would love it.

    DavidDavid8 օր առաջ
    • It's well documented that was how the Macho Man worked out all his matches

      david grahamdavid graham5 օր առաջ
  • Anyone could of played Hulk Hogan

    VibesVibes9 օր առաջ
  • Clearly the best match of the night and an all time classic, but that still doesn't top Hogan slamming Andre.

    AwesomeLorenzoBrosAwesomeLorenzoBros9 օր առաջ
    • @david graham LOL

      AwesomeLorenzoBrosAwesomeLorenzoBros5 օր առաջ
    • It did for me, after Savage/Steamboat, hogan/Andre was just a bore.

      david grahamdavid graham5 օր առաջ
  • Did you guys see I had Dan Soder (my voice impersonator) on this show? Ooooooooooooooooh Yeeeeeeeeaaahh! Dig It!

    SAVAGE & ISAVAGE & I9 օր առաջ
  • So, is this another "nothing happened before the WWF piece," or are we actually gonna see people like Ronnie Garvin or George "Crusher Broomfield/One Man Gang/Akeem" Grey in this? The really fascinating stuff about Randy and the Poffo Family is their time running their ICW promotion, which isn't well documented, outside of those of us who saw it. Lanny only speaks of it in terms of lost opportunity to go to Los Angeles and running against Memphis and pretty much begs off talking much about it.

    Jeff NettletonJeff Nettleton9 օր առաջ
  • Can’t wait to watch this episode tonight! When I was a kid I was a Hogan fan then the Macho Man Randy Savage came to the WWF. From the first promo I saw of him I was hooked! Done being a Hogan fan at 6 years old and became a fan of the Macho Man ohhhhh yeahhhh! He just seemed like a character out of a comic book or Saturday morning cartoon just larger than life, bombastic and unreal. The flying elbow drop to the heart is still one of my favorite finishers in pro wrestling. Ohhhh yeeeaaahhhh! Can you dig it!

    Toki WarbeastToki Warbeast9 օր առաջ
  • Hogan will always be the greatest, but he has this weird habit of lying when his ego is threatened. "They weren't trying to upstage me..." (Yep, they were.) This reminds me of how he spent YEARS telling people he never did a full run with Jake Roberts because "the chemistry wasn't there", before finally admitting he made that up. (The truth = they worked a match, some of the crowd cheered for Jake, Hogan freaked out and refused to work with him again)

    Eyemix MusicEyemix Music9 օր առաջ
  • That intercontinental title was so gorgeous.

    Hector LopezHector Lopez9 օր առաջ
  • 93,000 people saw the greatest pay-per-view of the 80s.

    Hector LopezHector Lopez9 օր առաջ
  • I think that match is what made wrestlers become wrestlers.

    Hector LopezHector Lopez9 օր առաջ
  • What a great match that was at wrestlemania 3 that night. The fans were excited when ricky steamboat won.

    Hector LopezHector Lopez9 օր առաջ
  • I think Steamboat ages slower than the average human being.

    Josh KaufmannJosh Kaufmann9 օր առաջ
  • Hulkster. Finger on the pulse right there.

    JohnnyJohnny9 օր առաջ
  • One Of Greatest WM match Of All Time

    Trajoan MayberryTrajoan Mayberry9 օր առաջ
  • Favorite match of all time

    Battle KatBattle Kat9 օր առաջ
  • Can't wait for the madness!! Oohhh yeaaahh!! Dig it!! 💪🕶

    Ernesto CruzErnesto Cruz9 օր առաջ
  • Take everything you hear from the Hulkster with a grain of salt.

    JV HarbinJV Harbin9 օր առաջ
    • @Gwildor is that what your MoM told you?

      JV HarbinJV Harbin5 օր առաջ
    • Take everything you hear from every pro wrestler with a grain of salt. They all lie.

      GwildorGwildor7 օր առաջ
  • Some times it's not all about how many false finishes you have or how many filippy skippy moves that you do. Some times, it's about legacy and the impact. If you think 93k showed up for Savage and steamboat your tripping. Better match means what's more entertaining and that's Hogan vs Andre

    Steven IronsSteven Irons9 օր առաջ
    • hogan/Andre got them in the building, but Savage/Steamboat was an infinitely better match

      david grahamdavid graham5 օր առաջ
  • Upstage? If we're talking about in-ring performance, that macho/steamboat match upstaged every match that night, with ease. It's an amazing and iconic match. But let's not pretend that Hogan/Andre wasn't the most memorable and iconic part of that night (and possibly of the 80's), it obviously was. Just Hogan and Andre's presence alone, trumped even the "5 star" Macho/Steamboat match.

    DoomzdayxxDoomzdayxx9 օր առաջ
  • Imagine going into Wrestlemania wanting to have the match of the night and you pull off the greatest match of all time. God I miss Savage.

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  • The best match in the history of Professional Wrestling. Enough said.

    Daniel MeloDaniel Melo10 օր առաջ
  • Hogan's interview getting shut down seconds into the video clip by Steamboat hahahahahahaha

    Josh LawrenceJosh Lawrence10 օր առաջ
  • Hogan: No they weren't trying to upstage me brother! Steamboat: Oh yeah, we were trying to upstage Hogan & Andre. Steamboat being upfront lol.

    Mr. WatchtowerMr. Watchtower10 օր առաջ
  • Hulk Hogan sucks

    Raymond Solis Jr.Raymond Solis Jr.10 օր առաջ
  • Hogan v Andre was about the spectacle. Let's not confuse that as being a good match. Want to see Andre work? Check out his work with Stan Hansen in Japan.

    Hattori HanzoHattori Hanzo10 օր առաջ
    • Let's face it, as a match it really wasn't that good, if it wasn't for hogan slamming Andre no one would remember it.

      david grahamdavid graham5 օր առաջ
  • And that is why Macho Man is the greatest ever.

    Eric KellyEric Kelly10 օր առաջ
  • We love you and miss you Macho Man!

    MEO TVMEO TV10 օր առաջ
  • Hogan Babe Ruth of sport entertainment. Savage Icon, legend of proWrestling.

    Shaun KenneallyShaun Kenneally10 օր առաջ
  • “Don’t bet against me you’ll go broke overnight!” Randy “Macho Man” Savage

    Arthur MorganArthur Morgan10 օր առաջ
  • "They never had a televised match until WM 3." Wasn't the match where Savage destroyed Steamboat's throat televised? I am pretty sure it was as I remember Ventura was on commentary that night.

    Kitten PawsKitten Paws10 օր առաջ
    • I think they mean they didn't have a match between that one and the 'Mania match.

      david grahamdavid graham5 օր առաջ
    • Your Right they met on Saturday Nights Main Event, where Savage injured Steamboat with the ringbell

      Paul DoucettePaul Doucette7 օր առաջ
  • Macho Man was one of the best wrestlers of all time. He had it all except size. He could wrestle, work, had charisma, God tier mic skills and A great look. Great heel work.

    JMGJMG10 օր առաջ
    • Ironically...if Randy came up in the business today, he'd be one of the bigger guys.

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  • Ricky Steamboat "yeah I rubbed my boots on Hogan's couch"😅

    Johny Two TimesJohny Two Times10 օր առաջ
  • “So is wrestling staged...?” “Ummmm...”

    Matt CookMatt Cook10 օր առաջ
    • Dude....finally someone who said something in reference to that. I never heard of these bios before, but when Ricky started talking about the studying and memorizing of the steps...I wanted to run to my classmates house and tell them, "see, I told you it was real". But, I remember what happened last time...he got a notebook to practice the steps on killing me for bothering him again with this.

      Kevin263Kevin26310 օր առաջ
  • Bruh

    SIMBASIMBA10 օր առաջ
  • That editing is EXCELLENT. Hahaha.

    T GreyT Grey10 օր առաջ
  • I can't believe they start off the video about me with the "Pukester". Unbelievable! Freak Out!

    SAVAGE & ISAVAGE & I10 օր առաջ
    • @david graham Thank you for recognizing that man. That hotdogging, grandstanding, showboating, prima donna. Ooooooooooooooh Yeeeeeeaahh! Dig It!

      SAVAGE & ISAVAGE & I5 օր առաջ
    • That bum was always stealing your limelight

      david grahamdavid graham5 օր առաջ
  • I was 13 days old when WrestleMania 3 happened.

    Linkin ChainsLinkin Chains10 օր առաջ
  • Ooooooooooooooooooh Yeeeeeeaaahh! Tune into this biography and "subscribe" to Savage&I. Dig It!

    SAVAGE & ISAVAGE & I10 օր առաջ
  • I'm glad to see Steamboat doing well , and living a good life. Savage R.I.P my brother there will never be another you .

    Dean RockDean Rock10 օր առաջ
  • History beckons the Macho Man.

    Nicole CordovaNicole Cordova10 օր առաջ
  • Wow such fond memories. Can’t wait to watch this. Hulk was my favourite as a kid but I used to watch Randy over and over and over again. I was obsessed with his voice, the way he dressed, the way he moved. When I got to adulting, I realised I enjoyed him much more than the faces I cheered on against him lol.

    K MorrisK Morris11 օր առաջ
    • When Savage turned face and became a fan favorite( as we used to refer to 'good guy' wrestlers back then ), he definitely became my favorite wrestler for sure. I hated when Savage turned heel again during the Mega-Powers break-up, kinda bummed me out, but nevertheless, during the peak of his career Randy Savage was easily the best wrestler AND talker on the planet. OOOOOOOOOOOH YEAH!

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  • god i wish randy was here to tell his side

    Joey LloydJoey Lloyd11 օր առաջ
  • The buildup to Hogan vs Andre was great. Overall, the match wasn’t that great. However, imagine if when Hogan slammed Andre, they had the collapsible ring? That would have been insane back in 1987.

    The Bored AF GuitaristThe Bored AF Guitarist11 օր առաջ
  • Ricky steamboat= better than Hogan

    Varun Shah VO-TVVarun Shah VO-TV11 օր առաջ
  • "I think they had a little more sense than to go grinding their boots on me and Andre's match." "Yeah, I remember grinding my boots on Hulk's match."

    Crazy Jim FilmsCrazy Jim Films11 օր առաջ
    • Wait ! Rewind tape !

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      NXTWomenFanNXTWomenFan7 օր առաջ
    • I had that exact same thought 🤣🤣🤣🤣

      Brooks WilliamsBrooks Williams9 օր առաջ
    • 😆

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    • 😂😂😂👍

      mr. Mad man swissmr. Mad man swiss9 օր առաջ
  • Peter Rosenberg ruins it for me and his opinion is trash. Hogan is still salty about it lmaooo.

    Skip BaylessSkip Bayless11 օր առաջ
  • i can not wait! Another favorite of mine/childhood/fun times!!! RIP RANDY!!!

    kellyarsonkellyarson11 օր առաջ
  • ‘Randy and ricky were not trying to UPSTAGE my main event’. As if he thinks he’s the goat? Hogan u is ric flair with steroids

    Hall of famer 2020Hall of famer 202011 օր առաջ
  • Randy would go to the back and grab whatever and could make a whole promo 😂

    michael hortmanmichael hortman11 օր առաջ
  • Creme of the MF crop

    michael hortmanmichael hortman11 օր առաջ
  • Rosenberg is a hypocrite

    Mubarak AlGattanMubarak AlGattan11 օր առաջ
  • I still say Andre and Hulk had the better storytelling and match. I never expected these two monster heavyweight to do 135 wrestling holds and have 22 false finishes. In '87 I didnt care about that AND I knew Steamboat was going to win, but NO ONE knew who would win in the main event which made the match more intense for me. Plus, as far as the endings to both matches go Steele interfering vs the most iconic moment in mania history puts the main event over SvS too; Andre v Hulk was just a better match experience for me. Last point- Steamboat vs Savage happened on Saturday morning tv and was an incredible match and started the feud with the "crushed larynx" angle, maybe Rosenberg is talking about after that match??? idk, but in did happen and it was a great beginning to their classic, unforgettable mania match that put the IC workhorse style on the map.

    Tafari Ali-Alkebu'lanTafari Ali-Alkebu'lan11 օր առաջ
  • Steamboat v Savage is the greatest match ever... if anyone else loves that match I recommend watching Debiase v Orndorff from deep south wrestling 1981, very similar non stop fast paced action.

    Nick pNick p11 օր առաջ
  • These episodes are amazing! Please don’t stop! A&E IS AWESOME!!!

    David AbadDavid Abad11 օր առաջ
    • Hi David! Thanks for being an awesome fan!

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  • I think it's extraordinary how WWE has it's programming on so many different outlets lately. They've been on Fox now for over a year with the Smackdown show, they just moved the entire WWE Network to NBC's Peacock streaming service and here they are partnering with A&E (owned by Disney, who also owns ABC) to air new Biography episodes and a new show to find lost WWE artifacts. While I suppose it says something for the brand that they are this successful during probably the most pronounced creative slump the company has ever experienced, I just don't see how long it can be sustained. For me personally I am very disappointed that the WWE Network has been gutted. The idea to house all of wrestlings past present and future in this one convenient media hub was brilliant and after a few years of growing pains the Network was hitting it's stride. For me the Vault is the reason to really subscribe, having wrestlings history on demand is incredible. They were really making great progress with their documentaries and series, the search tool and ability to go to a select match on a timeline was brilliant, etc. All of that is lost on Peacock. You can't even find the different PPV's because everything is given a season and episode number designation! It's not SummerSlam 1992 anymore it's SummerSlam season 8, episode 1. Utterly ridiculous. And now they produce these cool new Biography episodes with A&E and they aren't on the Network. It's like why have it now? Their entire business model is bizarre and is unsustainable. Such a waste...

    •What Spade Thinks ••What Spade Thinks •11 օր առաջ
    • Wow glad the network si available outside of the US, that peacock thing sound horrible!

      Recon ProduccionesRecon Producciones10 օր առաջ
  • Steamboat aged well

    Gabriel GuzmanGabriel Guzman11 օր առաջ
  • Nice work 🎆🎇✨

    Ebay AddictsEbay Addicts11 օր առաջ
  • Wow ricky steamboat really aged!

    AngeloR674AngeloR67412 օր առաջ
  • Idc

    Danny vvDanny vv12 օր առաջ
  • The did have a televised match prior to Mania - the one that set up the entire Mania angle (a clip of which is shown here 😆).

    Bruce ColónBruce Colón12 օր առաջ
  • Savage was my favorite wrestler of the 1980's. He was so much more multi-dimensional than Hogan, and I was thrilled when he won the world title at Wrestlemania IV.

    oldschoolgnrfanoldschoolgnrfan12 օր առաջ
  • The first person on the Mt Everest of pro wrestling biographies...without a doubt, is Ric Flair. A very very close second is the Macho Man. The Steamboat & Savage angle alone, needs 2 hours to be properly told. Hogan saying S&S werent trying to steal the show and Steamboat saying the opposite, reminded me of Rick James talking about grinding his boots in Eddie Murphys couch.

    Chris ThaBadGuyChris ThaBadGuy12 օր առաջ
  • Is it weird that my brother wears my sisters thong underwear around the house ?

    CallMeDaddyCallMeDaddy12 օր առաջ
    • Not in the US, those types of videos are the most watched on Pornhub. You must live in the south.

      BigBadJerry RogersBigBadJerry Rogers11 օր առաջ
  • STILL the best match in WWE history!

    Hal W.Hal W.12 օր առաջ
  • "Ohhh Yeeeaah!"💯🙌🙏😎🙏🙌💯

    L.K.L.K.12 օր առաջ
    • I need to see this, lol, literally stopped watching a few years after WWF switched to WWE. I will do the documentaries of all of those. Just interesting, they were complicated individuals in a different time. Nostalgia. Whatever. 💯

      L.K.L.K.12 օր առաջ
  • This new WWE series may be better then Dark Side Of The Ring we get some really good stories not just the dark stuff

    Nathan LeclairNathan Leclair12 օր առաջ
    • meh, the stone cold one was really over the top near the end. Kinda corny with the music and making it look like a truck commercial lol

      BradmorrisonBradmorrison12 օր առաջ
    • I think the dark side the ring is great for the Dark Side of wrestling while this deals with more of the light side but has some dark elements but focuses on the light part because at the end of the day the light outside in the dark for most of the wrestlers that we see in his documentaries

      BTLAGSBTLAGS12 օր առաջ
  • Hogan LMAO!!!!!!

    Ty FryTy Fry12 օր առաջ