350 Days Wrestling Documentary – Available NOW!

The 350 Days wrestling documentary was the talk of the wrestling world last summer and it will finally be available for purchase on April 2, 2019. We have all the details for how you can order this extraordinary documentary today!


On July 12, 2018, JP Zarka, owner of ProWrestlingStories.com crossed an ocean from England to witness the world premiere of 350 Days in a moving, sold-out New York City theatrical event. Hosted by yours truly, a half-decade or so had been invested in the heartfelt project to reach this point. And JJ Dillon, Tito Santana, Greg Valentine, along with ECW’s Joel Gertner, and Producers Darren Antola and David Wilkins fielded questions in a lengthy Q&A from a passionate audience that housed such wrestling luminaries as Bob Backlund, former ECW tag champ Chris Michaels, wrestler Hollywood and writer Steve Blance from Glow, wrestling journalists Mike Johnson and Evan Prout, filmmaker Chris Annino, and others too numerous to mention.

Simultaneously, 3,000 miles away in Los Angeles’ legendary Chinese Theater, Director/Producer Fulvio Cecere hosted his own 350 Days premiere, with such greats as Ring of Honor stars Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky, Judo Gene LeBell, several original Glow girls, and noted actor and now wrestler, David Arquette.

Screened in nearly 400 theaters that evening, reviews for the heartfelt film which stars Bret Hart and Superstar Billy Graham were nearly unanimous in their heartfelt praise; the three dozen legends involved in the full-length documentary poured their hearts out for the camera on the toll that 350 days on the road each year took on their bodies, families and mental state.

How to order the must-see 350 Days wrestling documentary today:

Jump ahead an ironic 9 months, as a film is much like a baby, nurtured and released into the world, and 350 Days will be finally available on April 2, 2019. I’m so excited to share your official iTunes pre-order link for 350 Days. Please use the following to pre-order link and support this truly independent film:

The editorial description for the 350 Days wrestling documentary is as follows:

In “350 Days, ” pro wrestling legends Bret Hart, Superstar Billy Graham and dozens more peel back the curtain on the severe toll working on the road 350 days a year took on their bodies, families, marriages and psyches. This compelling documentary chronicles their struggles to survive the chaos of 1980’s era wrestling. Living a rock and roll lifestyle, they faced nightly temptations, battled their vices, and were absentee parents and spouses while chasing dreams of fame and fortune. In their own words, with the cutting insight and sharp wit one would expect from such legendary icons, these gentle giants tell their harrowing (yet often darkly humorous) tales as marriages dissolve and relationships with their children are strained, sometimes permanently. Such is the life of the professional wrestler; such is life itself.

I personally want to thank JP Zarka for going above and beyond in his support and belief in our film and for his worldwide publicity in letting folk everywhere hear about its merits.

Yes, a film is like a child. You love and wean it and let it out into the world.

And now it’s finally, truly here for all to enjoy.

For more information about this exceptional film, please read: 350 Days: The Story – Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll

For further distribution information, please follow the 350 Days Facebook page.

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Evan Ginzburg
Evan Ginzburg is a contributor for Pro Wrestling Stories. He was an Associate Producer on the movie "The Wrestler" and "350 Days" starring Bret Hart and Superstar Billy Graham. He is a nearly 30-year film, radio and TV veteran. He can be reached on Twitter @evan_ginzburg or by e-mail at evan_ginzburg@yahoo.com.