Dark Side of the Ring Season 3 Profiles The Many Faces of Luna Vachon

In this week's episode of Evan Husney & Jason Eisener's pro-wrestling docuseries Dark Side of the Ring, we look at Luna Vachon, who faced immense personal loss and battled mental illness & addiction throughout her long and storied career. Vachon would go on to not only make a name for herself in the history of professional wrestling but would also go on to lay the foundation for the explosion in women's wrestling that we're witnessing today.

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With thoughts from Mick Foley, Gangrel, Alunda Blayze aka Madusa, and more, here's a look at the trailer for "The Many Faces of Luna Vachon":

Here's a look at the full trailer for Vice TV's Dark Side of the Ring Season 3B, set to premiere September 16; followed by the Season 3b preview special Dark Side Confidential:

This new batch of episodes will spotlight Vince McMahon and "The Steroid Trials" from the 1990s; look at the formation of FMW, created by Japan's Atsushi Onita and known for its spectacular matches and gratuitous gore but took a dark turn in the hands of Onita's protégé; and focus on Luna Vachon, who faced immense personal loss and battled addiction while making a name for herself in wrestling history. In addition, the docuseries will examine the story of Johnny K9 aka Bruiser Bedlam, and his double life as a wrestler and as the leader of a biker gang implicated in drug trafficking, the bombing of a police station, and gruesome double murder. "The Plane Ride From Hell," the infamous party aboard a private 757 charter plane that forced the WWE to reprimand some of its biggest stars. XPW, which merged Rob Black's passions for porn and wrestling- until a fallout with a young wrestler started a chain of events that led to jealous rage and a terrifying amputation; and the incredible story of Chris Kanyon, who kept his sexuality a closely guarded secret for decades.

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About Ray Flook

Serving as Television Editor since 2018, Ray began five years earlier as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought onto the core BC team in 2017.
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