On July 12, 2018, Fathom Events presented “350 Days” documentary film directed by Fulvio Cecere at the TCL Chinese Theatre located in Hollywood, California.
Fulvio Cecere is a Canadian Actor and Filmmaker. He has been acting for over twenty years, and has been in a variety of roles. He has appeared in many hit movies and television shows. Recently, he has decided to hit the path of directing and producing his own production company called Happy Fish Productions. “350 Days” is one of his features.
The film is about being on the road as a pro-wrestler in the 1980s and earlier. The life as a pro-wrestler can be stressful since you are on the road most of the time. Marriages have failed, being unfaithful hits a toll, consuming in alcohol and drugs can be addicting, getting injured while entertaining and just being away from family can be lonely.
Many pro-wrestlers on this film were featured. The film starred, Tito Santana is an American Semi-Retired Professional Wrestler / appeared in the World Wrestling Federation between 1979 and 1993. He was twice the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion and twice held WWF Tag Team Champion.
Gene Lebell is an American Martial Artist, Instructor, Stunt Performer and Professional Wrestler in Los Angeles, California. He has worked on over 1,000 films and television shows. He has written 12 books.
Paul “Mr. Wonderful” Orndorff is an American Professional Wrestler best known for his appearances with the World Wrestling Federation and World Championship Wrestling. He became a star in the 1980 WWF.
Greg “The Hammer” Valentine is an American Professional Wrestler best known as Greg “The Hammer” Valentine. His career lasted over four decades. He has held more than 40 championships including the NWA United States Heavyweight, and other titles.
Bret “The Hitman” Hart is a Retired Canadian-American Professional Wrestler. Best known as The Hitman. He gained championship success throughout the 1980s and 1990s in the World Wrestling Federation. His success lasted many years.
Wendi Richter is a Retired American Professional Wrestler. She began wrestling with the National Wrestling Alliance. She held a title in the NWA Women’s World Tag Team.
George “The Animal” Steele was an American Professional Wrestler, school teacher, Author and Actor. His Career lasted 1967 until 1988. Mr. Steele passed away February 16, 2017.
Don Fargo was a German-American Professional Wrestler. He held 55 Championships including 14 reigns as NWA World Tag Team Champ. Mr. Fargo passed away November 8, 2015.
Superstar Billy Graham is an American Retired Professional Wrestler. He is currently signed to WWE under Legends Contract. He gained recognition as the WWWF Heavyweight Champion in 1977-1978.
Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka was a Fijian Professional Wrestler and actor. He wrestled in several promotions from 1970s to 2010s. He passed away January 15, 2017.
J.J. Dillion is an American Retired Professional Wrestler. He has won many championships. He made his debut in 1984 challenging Tito Santana for the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Championship. He was best known as a manager of pro wrestling.
Ox Baker was an American Professional Wrestler and Actor. He passed away on October 20, 2014.
Bill Eadie (The Masked Superstar) is an American Professional Wrestler who has competed under the name The Masked Superstar. Was in the National Wrestling Alliance and World Wide/World Wrestling Federation between years of 1973-1984.
Lanny Poffo is a Canadian – American Professional Wrestler, Actor and Motivational Speaker. Early years of wrestling in 1973 to 1984. With WWF 1985-1994 and World Championship Wrestling 1995-1999 and Independent circuit currently.
Abdullah The Butcher is a semi-retired Canadian Professional Wrestler. He has a reputation for being involved in some of the most violent and bloody wrestling matches.
Ted Dibiase (The Million Dollar Man) is a former American Professional Wrestler, Manager, ordained minister. He is signed with the WWE working in their legends program. His mainstream audience was in the WWF.
Don Leo Jonathan is an American-Canadian Former Professional Wrestler. He competed in the NWA All Star Wrestling winning five Pacific Coast Heavyweight titles between 1970 and 1977. He won NWA World Tag Team Title in 1966. A record 18 Canadian Tag Team titles between 1964 and 1978.
David William Health Known as Gangrel is an American Professional Wrestler. He has appeared in the World Wrestling Federation form 1998 to 2001.
Angelo “King Kong” Mosca is a former Canadian Football League Player and Professional Wrestler. He was elected to the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 1987. In 2012 elected in the Hamilton Sports Hall of Fame, and 2013 the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame.
Willie “The Wolfman” Farkas was a Hungarian/Canadian Professional Wrestler. He is known as The Wolfman. He appeared in the WWWF in the early 1970s. He passed away January 10, 2016.
Butcher Paul Vachon is a Retired Canadian Professional Wrestler. He often teamed with his brother Mad Dog Vachon.
Angelo Savoldi was an American Professional Wrestler and wrestling promoter. He passed away September 20, 2013.
Stan Hansen is an American Actor, Author and Retired Professional Wrestler. He has won championships in Japan and United States.
Gino Caruso is an Actor and Former Professional Wrestler. He is a Promoter as of today.
Ricky Johnson is a Former Professional Wrestler. Started his career in 1978.
Ray “Doink The Clown” Apollo is a Professional Wrestling Character who first appeared in the WWF in 1992. He is a clown.
Lex Luger is an American Retired Professional Wrestler. He also is a television producer currently working with WWE on their wellness policy. He is a two-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion and a one-time WWA World Heavyweight Champion.
Paul Lazenby is a NFC Canadian Mixed Martial Arts Champion. He won 3rd place in the Canadian Strongman Championships, and Silver Metal in Canadian Junior Powerlifting Championships.
Kenneth Wayne Johnson is a Retired American Professional Wrestling Manager. His ring name “Slick”. He is best known for his appearances with the WWF in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Pretty Boy Larry Sharpe was an American Professional Wrestler, manager and trainer. He passed away on April 10, 2017.
Rick Drasin is an American Bodybuilder, Personal Trainer, Actor, Stuntman and former Professional Wrestler. He wrestled professionally for 36 years between 1965 and 2001.
Cowboy Johnny Mantell is a Retired American Professional Wrestler, promoter and booker. He completed throughout the National Wrestling Alliance in the 1970s and 1980s.
Bushwhacker Luck Williams is a Semi-retired New Zealand Professional Wrestler. He is known as the Sheepherders in the tag team in the National Wrestling Alliance.
Marty Jannetty is an American Professional Wrestler. His career span more than three decades. He has worked for promotions including the World Wrestling Federation / Entertainment, the American Wrestling Association and has won 20 championships.
Lastly, Nikolai Volkoff is a Croatian Semi-Retired Professional Wrestler. He is best known for his performances for the WWF. He has won a WWF Tag Team Championship.
There are so many wrestling fans out there. Many past wrestlers and celebrities came out to support the director on his film. David Arquette (Actor/Professional Wrestler), Vive Devereaux (Actor), Robyn Duse (Actress), Christopher Daniels (American Professional Wrestler), Frankie Kazarian (Professional Wrestler), Scorpio Sky (American Professional Wrestler), Eli Drake (Actor), Josh Barnett (American Mixed Martial Artist), Rock Riddle (Wrestler), Massi Furlan (Actor), Jack Campbell (Actor), Shad Gaspard (Professional Wrestler), Royal Hawaiian (Glow – Wrestler), Cheryl Lighting Rusa – Glow Wrestler, Rob Lieberman (Director), Jerry Rector (Actor / Director), Glow Girls (Original G.L.O.W. Ladies) were among others that attended to see the film.
Some red carpet action happened while David Arquette (Actor / Professional Wrestler) was talking pictures on the red carpet full of photographers, RJ Skinner, Known as RJ City (Professional Wrestler) joined him on the carpet to get his picture taken with David. Mr. Arquette was annoyed by his presence. RJ kept irritating David. Director Fulvio Cecere walked on the carpet to see what was going on, and while he approached the wrestlers, Mr. Skinner walked up to David’s face, so David pushed him and then a few pushes were thrown, before RJ City was asked to leave the carpet. Since RJ City was seen after the incident, we wonder was this a publicity stunt or real. David Arquette and RJ City will be having a wrestling match this Sunday, July 15, 2018 in Toronto, Canada.
Even if it was a publicity stunt, punches and slaps hurt. Questions is: Does wrestling involve punches? After the incident, David resumed and finished his picture taking and interviewed with a few outlets. While RJ City roamed the theater talking to a few guests.
Who knew that a wrestling movie premiere can bring that much excitement to the red carpet?