Nick Mondo recently appeared as a guest on the Wrestling Inc. Daily podcast for an in-depth interview covering all things pro wrestling.
During his appearance on the popular pro wrestling program, Mondo spoke about his path to becoming a stuntman.
Featured below is an excerpt from the discussion where he tells the story.
"I earned my SAG membership when I was living in Los Angeles, and then I moved to Atlanta two years ago. I was just starting to get my stunt gigs in LA. The last Gears of War game, it was brutal. We did all of the action, all of the stunts, everything within two days, explosions, reactions to explosions and all the death scenes. It was not my first big stunt gig, but it was a really good time on the show. They built that whole arena. It looks like a warehouse, where they run the shows. That’s all inside of a soundstage at Tyler Perry Studios. So you walk into the soundstage and then there’s another shell inside of that. They just constructed that whole area. It’s just like a fake wrestling arena. They built the whole thing in there, and you’ve got the office where the promoter sits and works through."
Check out the complete interview at WrestlingInc.com.
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