Found August 17, 2012 on Ring Side News:
Tons of pro wrestling related video content has been added to Sikk.tv and that includes a very rare never before released interview with two of Eddie Guerrero's surviving sisters. The two sisters tell many stories throughout the interview and the love and memories they share in the video is very special. Definitely check our this very rare footage.

Interviews with Rey Misterio (Senior) and Konnan are also available for viewing and the Konnan interview in particular is very interesting because of how accurately he predicts the future of the business. The Rey Misterio interview is in Spanish only.

The controversial DVD bonus section of New Jack: Hardcore and exclusive interviews with Vampiro and the Sandman have been uploaded to Sikk.tv as well. The interview with Vampiro takes place while he puts on his performer make-up and the interview with the Sandman took place while he was under the influence, so he holds nothing back and tells amazing stories.

All of this exclusive footage can only be at found at Sikk.tv.
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