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Q & A WITH MARC LOWRANCE – WCCW -       Fans that followed the World Class Championship Wrestling promotion based out of Dallas, Texas throughout the 1980s, will remember Marc Lowrance. His no-nonsense approach to wrestling and his professionalism when interviewing wrestlers and announcing the matches made him stand out. His 10-year career while working for Fritz Von Erich allowed him to witness and experience historic moments that took place in the sport. We had a chance to talk to Marc about the Von Erichs, the promotion’s successes,  the territories tragedies, and its decline. Q: How did you start working for World Class Championship Wrestling? A: The …continue reading
Q & A WITH COWBOY SCOTT CASEY - Wrestling fans that followed the sport closely in the ’70s and ’80s, will definitely remember Cowboy Scott Casey. The man from Bulverde, Texas wrestled all around the globe, but he left quite the impression on fans in Florida, World Class, and the Southwest Championship wrestling territories. His career lasted nearly a quarter of a century and his last big run was with the WWF from 1987 to 1989. Casey stepped into the ring with some of the best in the business, Nick Bockwinkle, Ric Flair, Buddy Colt, Terry Funk, and Sputnik Monroe are just a few from a long list …continue reading
FRANCISCO CIATSO - Tracing the lineage of a professional wrestler is kind of like tracing a family tree. It is interesting to see who taught them and who these people are connected to in the wrestling business. For Francisco Ciatso, it was “Exotic” Adrian Street, one of the most flamboyant, yet toughest wrestlers of his era who trained and mentored him. Adrian might have pranced around the ring while wearing makeup and having his hair in ponytails, but he could dish out the punishment to his opponent and put butts in the seats at any venue. In the late ’90s, Francisco learned everything …continue reading
Q & A WITH LEILANI KAI - Professional wrestling has been built by talented, athletic men and women with colorful personalities. One such woman is Leilani Kai. Leilani’s passion for the sport has earned her a place in wrestling’s history that will never be erased. A student of the Fabulous Moolah, Leilani has stepped into the ring with the top women wrestlers of her era. The accomplishments that she has achieved and the dedication that she has demonstrated inside the squared circle may never be duplicated. We had a chance to talk to her about her career, some of the people that she worked with, and her …continue reading
JAKOB EDWINN - For someone who only has been wrestling professionally for six years, Jakob Edwinn is already getting the reputation of having a mind of a ring general. His athleticism is second to none. The new school elements Jakob brings to the ring are backed by an old school wrestling psychology that he possesses. If you are ever in the eastern region of the United States, you have to make it a point to catch a wrestling show at Renegade Wrestling Alliance in West Newton, Pennsylvania and at Eastern Panhandle Pro Wrestling in Kearneysville, West Virginia. It is in those two promotions …continue reading