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PEACOCK DEBUTS TRAILER AND OFFICIAL KEY ART FOR TRUE CRIME ORIGINAL DOCUMENTARY DANGEROUS BREED: CRIME. CONS. CATS.   
THE THREE-PART DOCUSERIES STREAMS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22
Peacock has announced that true crime Original documentary Dangerous Breed: Crime. Cons. Cats. will begin streaming exclusively on Peacock starting Tuesday, November 22, 2022.
“We are excited to add this compelling and very timely true crime documentary to Peacock’s Fall slate,” said Rod Aissa, EVP Unscripted Content, NBCUniversal. “Dangerous Breed: Crime. Cons. Cats. offers an intimate look into the life of controversial pro-wrestler Teddy Hart as his layers are peeled back to expose his unique and fascinating world. We know audiences will become intensely invested in this bizarre story of fame, scandal and mystery.”    
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ABOUT DANGEROUS BREED: CRIME. CONS. CATS.    
Canadian filmmaker Frederick Kroetsch spends 10 years trying to make a reality show about controversial independent wrestler and Persian cat breeder, Teddy Hart. After accumulating years of footage, Frederick is shocked when multiple women whom he has been filming alongside Teddy, describe disturbing accusations of sexual misconduct behind the scenes. As Teddy defends himself against growing allegations, his protege and ex-girlfriend Samantha Fiddler, goes missing. With Samantha’s family desperate for answers, Frederick reexamines the footage and seeks out the people closest to Samantha, leading to a dramatic current day confrontation with Teddy Hart.  
Executive Producers: Jason Blum, Chris McCumber and Jeremy Gold for Blumhouse Television; Kevin Dunn and Chris Kaiser for WWE; Andy Robertson; Cynthia Childs; James Buddy Day for Pyramid Productions; Mathew Gonzalez for Plebian Pictures; Frederick Kroetsch 
Produced By: Pyramid Productions / Plebian Pictures, Blumhouse Television, WWE 
Format: Doc Series, 3 x 60 mins (binge drop)    



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Peacock will begin streaming their three-part Teddy Hart true crime documentary Dangerous Breed: Crime. Cons. Cats on 11/22.

The documentary covers Hart's controversial wrestling career, arrests, allegations of sexual misconduct and the disappearance of a wrestling trainee Samatha Fiddler, who had traveled to the United State from Canada with Hart. Fiddler has not been seen in five years. Anyone who knew Fiddler or has potential information about her disappearance is asked to call FDLE Tampa at 1-800-226-1140.

There will be three 60 minute episodes:

Part 1: A Tail Tale - "Controversial wrestler Teddy Hart attempts to make a reality show that takes a dark turn."

Part 2: The Nine Lives of Teddy Hart - "Teddy faces his legal troubles in Canada and meets aspiring wrestler Samantha Fiddler."

Part 3: Cat and Mouse - "Samantha’s family is desperate for answers; Teddy finally sits down to answer Frederick’s questions."

Promotional material for the docuseries notes, "Canadian filmmaker Frederick Kroetsch spends 10 years trying to make a reality show about controversial independent wrestler and Persian cat breeder, Teddy Hart. After accumulating years of footage, Frederick is shocked when multiple women whom he has been filming alongside Teddy, describe disturbing accusations of sexual misconduct behind the scenes. As Teddy defends himself against growing allegations, his protege and ex-girlfriend Samantha Fiddler, goes missing. With Samantha’s family desperate for answers, Frederick reexamines the footage and seeks out the people closest to Samantha, leading to a dramatic current day confrontation with Teddy Hart. "



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Thank you PWI for your PSA about missing persons in the middle of this plug. You do God’s work.



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Reports are that this documentary actually had nothing to do with WWE, but Peacock picked it up and asked WWE to join the project after it was nearly completed so that they could use some footage that they own. The documentary is very negative towards Teddy Hart and this is not a sign at all that Hart and WWE can have any type of relationship in the future, quite the opposite.



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srossi wrote: Reports are that this documentary actually had nothing to do with WWE, but Peacock picked it up and asked WWE to join the project after it was nearly completed so that they could use some footage that they own. The documentary is very negative towards Teddy Hart and this is not a sign at all that Hart and WWE can have any type of relationship in the future, quite the opposite.You might know this being one of the more detail-oriented members of the board.  Isn't Teddy Hart the ONLY guy that failed out of the WWF's Funkin' Dojo?  I am pretty sure he was in there around the same time as Angle, Edge, etc.  And Dory and Pritchard made everybody that went through there a major success, except Teddy Hart, who didn't listen to anything they said.  If it wasn't the Funkin' Dojo, it was the earliest incarnation of OVW, but I don't think so.



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Superstar wrote: srossi wrote: Reports are that this documentary actually had nothing to do with WWE, but Peacock picked it up and asked WWE to join the project after it was nearly completed so that they could use some footage that they own. The documentary is very negative towards Teddy Hart and this is not a sign at all that Hart and WWE can have any type of relationship in the future, quite the opposite.You might know this being one of the more detail-oriented members of the board.  Isn't Teddy Hart the ONLY guy that failed out of the WWF's Funkin' Dojo?  I am pretty sure he was in there around the same time as Angle, Edge, etc.  And Dory and Pritchard made everybody that went through there a major success, except Teddy Hart, who didn't listen to anything they said.  If it wasn't the Funkin' Dojo, it was the earliest incarnation of OVW, but I don't think so.

That would be an overstatement that he was the only one not to make it. I guess it depends on your definition of success, but many didn’t do much and a few did almost nothing. Vic Grimes, Tiger Ali Singh, Brakkus, Mike Tierney, Tarzan Boy, Mike Lozansky, etc.

One of the things that helps is the era elevated guys who probably wouldn’t be considered much of a success any other time, but guys like Steve Blackman and Test are fondly remembered in some circles just because they were out of the Attitude Era and were thus involved in some angles with mega-stars even if they weren’t stars themselves. 

Teddy’s track record for turning heads with spectacular matches only to never get booked again due to some attitude issue is astounding though. Happened in ROH and TNA long after he was cut loose by WWE, and the prevailing belief was always that he would grow up and be brought back for a WWE run given his talent and family, and it never happened. 



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Yeah I remember maybe twenty years ago this guy had more buzz online than nearly anyone. And then he'd fuck things up time and time again.

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The Teddy Hart doc dropped today and it is NOT in the WWE Network section of Peacock. You have to go to the main area to find it.  It's 3 parts, 1 hour each.



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Binged this in one sitting. Pretty good and comprehensive piece, even getting Chasyn Rance's weird wrestling fetish videos involved. In the end though, two things are clear: 1) Teddy Hart had nothing to do directly with this girl's disappearance and death, and 2) Teddy Hart is a much bigger sociopath and scumbag than any of us could've dreamed of.

It's a good watch and something I'm surprised WWE ever agreed to put their names on or share footage for, because no more damning documentary has ever been produced about the seedy side of the wrestling business.

I can't imagine Teddy Hart will ever work again after this, even in Mexico and the low level indies that still book him. If Marty Scurll can't get booked, this guy can't even be on the planet.



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srossi wrote: Binged this in one sitting. Pretty good and comprehensive piece, even getting Chasyn Rance's weird wrestling fetish videos involved. In the end though, two things are clear: 1) Teddy Hart had nothing to do directly with this girl's disappearance and death, and 2) Teddy Hart is a much bigger sociopath and scumbag than any of us could've dreamed of.

It's a good watch and something I'm surprised WWE ever agreed to put their names on or share footage for, because no more damning documentary has ever been produced about the seedy side of the wrestling business.

I can't imagine Teddy Hart will ever work again after this, even in Mexico and the low level indies that still book him. If Marty Scurll can't get booked, this guy can't even be on the planet.


A few days ago, Brian Pillman Jr made sure to get it out there that he no longer has any contact with Teddy Hart.



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Here's the review we ran at SlamWrestling.net:

https://slamwrestling.net/index.php/2022/11/24/teddy-hart-doc-dangerous-breed-leaves-plenty-of-questions/

Of note, Teddy's people reached out and wanted to respond to the documentary ... and then when we finally did talk to him, he apologized and the lawyers had gotten involved and asked him to keep his mouth shut.



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GregOliver wrote: Here's the review we ran at SlamWrestling.net:

https://slamwrestling.net/index.php/2022/11/24/teddy-hart-doc-dangerous-breed-leaves-plenty-of-questions/

Of note, Teddy's people reached out and wanted to respond to the documentary ... and then when we finally did talk to him, he apologized and the lawyers had gotten involved and asked him to keep his mouth shut.

I didn't think it was possible for Teddy Hart to keep his mouth shut.  There is no response to the documentary other than to not respond though.  The ending more or less vindicates Hart in the murder of Fiddler, through the efforts of the documentarian and with no help from Hart, who is so fucked up that he gets his alibi wrong probably by accident. 

But what sinks him of course are his words and actions on film (you wonder what he would do and say if he WASN'T being filmed) which 100% validates every charge leveled against him by his throuple exes.  They say he took their passports and imprisoned them, which time and time again is proven to be his MO and he threatens it at one point on camera (and this seems to indirectly be the cause of death for Fiddler, who was abandoned in Florida without the papers to return to Canada before she disappeared).  They say he physically abused them specifically by choking them out, and when he has a fight with his next girlfriend he says if the cameras weren't there he would choke her out.  They say he raped them, and he's on camera saying that sometimes "a little rape is good".  And the emotional and financial manipulation is obvious for all 3 hours, although you wonder what the fuck is wrong with these women to let this go on for so long before the other stuff starts happening. 

Even pre-#SpeakingOut and Cancel Culture, Teddy would be done.  This was just horrific stuff.  I remain stunned that WWE would agree to have anything to do with this documentary even though obviously they only employed him for a short time and then fired him.  He still gives the entire industry a huge black eye.      



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