(dramatic music) – [Narrator] Wilbur Force, my friend. You used to be The King in the Ring. You wrestled for glory. You punished your opponents. You stayed in shape. What happened? – [William] We just weren’t
doing many shows anymore. You kind of lose a bit of hope, I guess. And I did. I miss the physicality of a match, I miss cheating and getting away with it, and I definitely miss my friends. – If someone asks you
why you’re into wrestling and saying that it’s all
fake, what would you say? – Well, I’d say get in the ring and have a go and see what it’s like. And see the hard work, dedication, the athleticism some people have. (groaning) Someone goes down and it
looks like a nasty fall and you have no idea whether they’re actually legitimately hurt or not. (groaning) Even though you’re
sitting there and you know that you’re watching
a bit of a soap opera, you’ve got this mystery about it. – You never know what part
is real and what’s fake? – Yeah. (dramatic music) – [Narrator] Wilbur Force,
you will teach me your art. Dare I remember your best self. – What if my wrestling character
embodied your weaknesses? Like laziness. I could wear your mask. – I don’t want it to be public knowledge that I’ve got sleep apnea. It’s not something that I
want to wave the flag of. Hey, I’m a failure, wicked, awesome! – That’s how I pitched the film, though. – “Wilbur, can we make our film
please, about ‘ze wrestling?” I’m like, alright, sure. Next minute, “Wilbur,
why are you so fat, yah?” “Why are you so fatty-fatty?” – It’s like you just
want to show me around. This is my friend, he does nothing. Come and laugh at him.
– No, it’s about. – That’s what you’re
trying to do, isn’t it? – It’s about you and me and me setting out to make this film and
get you off your ass. – [Wilbur] So I’m a little
tool so you can create drama. You’re just using it, you’re
not being a friend at all. I don’t wanna do this anymore. – You’re mic-ed up.
– Take this shit off. Pull over! – Will.
– (beep) off. (car door slams) – For (beep) sakes. (car door slams) – Will! – [Wilbur] (beep) off. (beeping) (scuffling and grunting) (car whoosing) – [Narrator] Wilbur Force,
Wilbur Force, Wilbur Force. Wilbur Force, Wilbur Force. (dramatic music) (muffled shouting) (dramatic music)