Dark Side of the Ring is a documentary television series that explores some of the most controversial stories and untold mysteries in professional wrestling history. The show is produced by Viceland and is currently in finalizing its 4 seasons on TV we got some updates below about what is being covered.
Each episode of Dark Side of the Ring delves into a specific topic, often featuring interviews with wrestlers, industry insiders, and journalists who were involved or had firsthand knowledge of the events being covered. The series shines a light on some of the darker and more scandalous aspects of the wrestling world, including controversies, tragedies, and unsolved mysteries.
Some of the topics covered in the series include the Montreal Screwjob, the tragic life and death of wrestler Chris Benoit, the mysterious death of Gino Hernandez, and the rise and fall of the Von Erich wrestling family. The show has received critical acclaim for its in-depth and honest portrayal of these complex and often difficult stories.
Dark Side of the Ring has become a must-watch show for wrestling fans and anyone interested in the behind-the-scenes workings of the wrestling industry. Its unflinching approach to these often-taboo topics has earned it a dedicated following and cemented its place as one of the most compelling and thought-provoking documentary series on television.
The latest news is that Sunny Tammy Sytch and Marty Jennettys lifes are going to be covered from the latest release we have been provided below.
“Dark Side of the Ring is narrated by wrestling legend Chris Jericho.
The official description of the fourth season states that it will ‘explore stories like the emotional rollercoaster of one of wrestling’s most captivating and controversial couples, Chris Candido and Tammy ‘Sunny’ Sytch, the car accident that derailed the career of future World Champion Magnum T.A., wrestling’s most unhinged monster, Abdullah the Butcher, a focused look on the troubled life of Marty Jannetty, Shawn Michaels’ former tag team partner, and much more.’”