Hosted by longtime WWE & WCW announcer Mean Gene Okerlund, WWE Confidential is a look behind the curtains of the WWE. Each week you get an in depth report on the people who make WWE ... See full summary »
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Freddie Blassie ...
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 John Cena 3 episodes, 2003
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 Booker T 3 episodes, 2003
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 Stephanie McMahon 3 episodes, 2003
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 Bubba Ray Dudley 2 episodes, 2003
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 Himself 1 episode, 2002
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 Randy Orton 1 episode, 2002
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 Herself 1 episode, 2003
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 Chavo Guerrero 1 episode, 2003
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 Himself 1 episode, 2003
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Hosted by longtime WWE & WCW announcer Mean Gene Okerlund, WWE Confidential is a look behind the curtains of the WWE. Each week you get an in depth report on the people who make WWE television happen, insider's views of classic matches, tours of WWE Superstars' homes, and exclusive interviews & footage you won't see anywhere else. Written by Anonymous

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"Mean" Gene Okerlund: If you see and hear it here, it's Confidential!
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WWE Behind the scenes
4 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

WWE Confidential was one of the best shows World Wrestling Entertainment ever produced Mean Gene Okerlund was the right host for the show.

WWE Confidential is one of those rare shows that gave us that Rare behind the scenes into the world of Professional Wrestling. Each episode always give something special.

We get to hear stories about Pro Wrestlers who are speaking as themselves and not just the characters they are in the ring which is rare. Get to hear stories about the biggest moments of Wrestling that many fans still talk about and get to see rare footage and footage that you wouldn't forget. We get rare interviews from legends and the current stars. Also we get to see how the WWE really is.

It goes to show that WWE was willing to give the fans a real respect into the sport of Wrestling along

This program offer so much it felt like a TV Magazine

I wish the WWE would release the whole series on DVD I would buy it

IF you can find episodes of the show give it a way


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