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Long-Awaited WWE Documentary Has Finally Been Released

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‘Superfan: The Story of Vladimir’ is an official WWE documentary that was originally scheduled to be released in mid-2021, but unfortunately got postponed.

However, after a two year wait, the documentary has finally been released on the WWE Network / Peacock.

The documentary features Superfan Vladimir (Real name: Vladimir Abouzeide), who was usually seen sitting in the first row at WWF events, including pay-per-views, weekly TV-shows, televised house shows, and more, during the 90s.

He was mostly seen at Madison Square Garden and all over the east coast but also in several other parts of the country as well.

If you were watching WWF TV during the 90s, you will most certainly remember Vladimir, as he stood out for being there more often than not.

During a recent interview with ‘Under the Ring’, PWInsider reporter Mike Johnson – a close personal friend of Vladimir – said the following regarding the documentary taking so long to be released:

“There are people I know who, on a consistent basis, have brought it up in WWE. And there’s no evil here. No one’s twisting their mustache going, ‘Ha ha ha, we’re screwing Vladimir.’ I don’t think anybody’s purposely gone out of their way not to release it. It’s just been there’s some shifting in their landscape, and I think it’s something that’s unfortunately been lost in the cracks.

I think people will love it, and it’s about someone I care about on a very deep basis. He’s not even my friend; he’s like my brother at this point. And if I’m lucky enough to have that voice where I can remind people, ‘Hey, remember this thing you did that you spent money on that is really special and should be out for everyone to see, that will make your company look better,’ I’m going to do that’.”

You can watch the trailer for this documentary below:

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