This was incredible, not because it highlighted Bruno's pro wrestling career (it did), but because much of it chronicled what his family - especially his mother - went through during World War II, when the German army occupied their village. It's a story that's almost unbelievable. I highly recommend it, even if you're not a fan of pro wrestling.
I saw him for the first time when I was six years old. My Grandfather took me to MSG, where he fought Baron Mikel Sicluna ("from the island of Malta!!" lol). I was mesmerized. I can still see him tossing Sicluna around the ring like he was a rag doll. From then on I was hooked.