He once entered the ring by dropping from a helicopter. He still loves a challenge, but where he once relied on a fluorescent face and shocking stunts, he now tackles each challenge with a firm faith in Christ alone. Товар может иметь признаки легкого износа, но находится в полном эксплуатационном состоянии и функционирует должным образом. Sting was one of my favorites. A must have for Sting fans and believers. Directed by Writing Credits in alphabetical order Cast in credits order. They had everything the world had to offer, and they were building their dream house.
God had been planting seeds in Borden's life from the time he entered professional wrestling-his brother and sisters's conversions and witnesses, his family's prayers, the witness of wrestler Ted Dibiasi-and the peace and joy he saw in the lives of other Christians. Confessing his problems to his wife was the beginning of a process that brought the prideful, self-sufficient champion to his knees. After seeing this dvd, he is my favorite! There is a strong theme of redemption through religion but this doesn't really work as he barely mentions any of the highs or lows before finding God. Sting's exploits in the ring with fellow wrestling stars such as Hulk Hogan, Hall and Nash, Ric Flair, the Horsemen, Lex Luger and many others became legendary in the world of professional wrestling. Truth defines justice, but how do we define truth? Sting, who held the World title ten times in World Championship Wrestling including two wins over the wrestling superstar, Hulk Hogan.
Actually made me think far less of Sting, and made me think of Sting as a dumb person. His wrestling career the main subject of interest is barely mentioned; he references about 7 other wrestlers and about 3 of his matches. But I also thought it would be an autobiography of one of my all time favorite wrestlers as a child, Sting. He admitted he was taking muscle relaxants and pain killers regularly. To be fair, he did share that he had a problem with prescription pain-pills and alcohol he mixed them to sleep and when his wife confronted him on it, he did admit it.
I knew all this and was ok with it. The movie itself was pleasure to watch. First to confess my guilty pleasure I am a professional wrestling fan! Description: 125 pages : illustrations chiefly color ; 20 cm Contents: Preface: Moment of truth -- Making a movie -- Growing up -- The Hulk and blue spandex -- Jeff -- Sue -- The road -- The married man -- The break -- The big ride -- The breakthrough -- The success, the failure -- Running from meaning -- The turn -- The moment of truth. A movie of Power, Pain and Ultimate Triumph! On the home front, however, his marriage faltered on the brink of failure while he took the fast track in his wrestling career-and to a radical entertainer lifestyle, including an addiction to prescription drugs. The images should not contain any sexually explicit content, race hatred material or other offensive symbols or images. The book is short so it moves along better fast and I really learned a lot about one of my favorite wrestlers.
If you feel that any content on our site in any way infringe your rights as copyrighter do not hesitate and let us know about your problem. More than a Champion I am a pro wrestling fan. Life was one big act for wrestling super star Steve Borden, a. Sting - Moment of Truth will take you into the ring and let you see, feel and hear the ballet of brute that is professional wrestling. The film begins with a virtually unknown teenage Steve Borden looking for a road to success, working out at home and joining a group of body-builders and follows him through the early 2000s, as he neared retirement. The worse book I have ever read! Inspired by the books by Janette Oke and produced by Michael Landon Jr. The Big Show archive footage.
Sting squeezes his life into about 50 pages of normal font text. That was in August 1998. All around this is a great movie. God had been planting seeds in Borden's life from the time he entered professional wrestling — his brother's conversion and witness, his sister's conversion, his family's prayers, the witness of wrestler Ted Dibiasi, and the peace and joy he saw in the lives of others who had been transformed by Christ. Great wrestler but lazy autobiographer. You would never think that he cam from where he did.
Sting: The Moment of Truth, directed by George King and released in 2004, is a biographical documentary which tells the life story of wrestling superstar Sting. On the home front, however, his marriage faltered on the brink of failure while he took the fast track in his wrestling career — and to a radical entertainer lifestyle. Honestly though, I wish it was longer. This movie is a biography about stings life and how he struggled balancing the life of a family man and wrestling superstar. What I got wasn't an autobiography, instead it was a very precise story of how Steve Borden came to Christ.
There is a strong theme of redemption through religion but this doesn't really work as he barely mentions any of the highs or lows before finding God. Sting became a new man in Christ and his marriage was restored. Today, he drops Scriptures into conversation as easily and naturally as he once dropped opponents in the ring. Now, the confrontation by his wife, whom he didn't want to lose, plus the fear of life without his two young sons, made his fame and fortune worthless. And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us. The size of a paperback book, it only has 120 pages, and a lot of those are taken up of full page photos. A must see and most of all a Glorious ending to the Lord! Frustrated and confused, Sue confronted her superstar husband.