WWE Releases The Must-Watch 'Bruno' Documentary On WWE Network, Featuring Vince McMahon, Hulk Hogan, And More

Carter Lee

The WWE recently released a documentary on their network, simply titled Bruno, documenting the life and career of Bruno Sammartino. The WWE universe continues to mourn the loss of the legendary wrestler, who passed away on April 18, and this documentary is a must-watch for any fan of the iconic superstar.

The program begins with Bruno Sammartino being greeted by Triple H prior to the 2013 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony at New York City's Madison Square Garden. The two greeted each other in the parking lot of the arena, and their endearing exchange sets the tone for a heartwarming story.

The film features an interview of Sammartino from 2014. Backed by gripping footage of World War 2, Bruno starts off by telling the story of how he barely escaped the Nazis while living in his native country of Italy as a kid. He becomes very emotional telling the story of his mother getting shot in the shoulder by the Nazis, and barely escaping with their lives.

Some German soldiers were about to execute Bruno and his family when two allied soldiers saved them by knifing the Germans to death. When recalling the story, Bruno broke down in tears. WWE Network viewers are likely to cry with him during the very powerful scene.

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