With Nail in the Coffin: The Fall & Rise of Vampiro now available, we’ve got our hands on a fantastic promotional box to give away to one lucky reader.
This promo box features two Region Free Blu-ray copies of Michael Paszt’s Nail in the Coffin, with one of these copies signed by wrestling icon Vampiro himself. Elsewhere in this package, there are numerous badges and stickers, a poster, a bandana, and a letter from filmmaker Paszt.
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning this prize is answer the below question:
What is Vampiro’s real name?
a) Hulk Hogan
b) Ian Hodgkinson
c) Randy Savage
Please send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org labelled Vampiro before midnight on Sunday, October 11th.
In addition to this competition, we also did an unboxing video to showcase what you can expect from this brilliant prize:
The official synopsis for Nail in the Coffin reads:
Semi-retired professional wrestler Ian Hodgkinson reveals the harsh realities behind the glamour of being in the world of wrestling as the infamous ‘Vampiro’.
A Lucha Libre legend, Hodgkinson tells the astonishing story about his meteoric rise to fame in the 90’s and how it almost killed him. Yet none of that was as back-breaking as his current life – working behind-the-scenes as the Director of Talent for Lucha Libre AAA in Mexico City and Lucha Underground in Los Angeles, while simultaneously raising his teenage daughter Dasha in remote Northern Canada as a single parent.
Unlike many professional wrestling documentaries before, director Michael Paszt has constructed a fascinating and heartfelt look at a wrestler who has overcome and continues to battle with physical injuries, sexual abuse, and drug addiction. Not to mention the wild stories of working for Milli Vanilli, and wrestling alongside the punk rock band The Misfits – Vampiro’s stories are multi-faceted and completely enthralling.
Told through an engrossing collection of home videos and personal interviews with his closest friends and family, NAIL IN THE COFFIN is an intimate and genuine look into a single father grappling with fame, the pressures of professional and personal responsibilities, and his own mortality.
Nail in the Coffin: The Fall & Rise of Vampiro is available now on VOD and Blu-ray.