Wrestler injured in WWE Cruiserweight Classic qualifying match featured in new documentary

UK indie wrestler “Flash” Morgan Webster has released a free documentary called “Road Back To Malice” that shows the painful journey he went through to return to the ring after a ten month injury layoff. Morgan sustained two fractures in his ankle and a dislocated shoulder while in the ring with Zack Sabre, Jr. during a WWE Cruiserweight Classic qualification match in April 2016. The documentary shows Webster’s journey while detailing the injuries through rehabilitation to the point he was ready to return ten months later at a Progress Wrestling event. View the documentary at Vimeo.com/210349972.

Gleed’s Take: This is a fascinating view of what wrestlers on the indie scene have to go through to get back into the ring just for the love of their craft when they go down with a serious injury. Morgan comes across as extremely likable and by the end of the documentary it’s a real feel good moment that is aided by the documentary storytelling. It show well and put together nicely. The documentary was directed, edited and shot by Andy Williams, and contains some comments from fellow Welsh wrestling star Mark Andrews.



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