Here I am with my former broadcast colleague Tony Schiavone on our first trip to Tokyo back in the mid 80ís.
The late Eddie Gilbert learned from everyone he came in contact with and was a sponge for wrestling knowledge.
I watched “Man in the Moon” movie again recently and wanted to share this rare photo of yours truly.
Here I am interviewing the then blood thirsty Sheepherders along with their flag bearer, a young Johnny Ace back in the 80’s.
Back in the day, and still today for that matter, no one could cut a more impassioned promo than the future Hall of Famer "Nature Boy" Ric Flair.
The legendary WWE Hall of Famer Sylvester Ritter better known as The Junkyard Dog during his last run in Atlanta having a laugh with yours truly.
The big cowboy himself, Bill Watts, giving yours truly some instructions before a TV broadcast.
Back when Crockett Promotions forgot that it was wrestling that brought them to the dance and tried to out "WWE" the WWE with wrestling and country music shows combined during one summer&
This is from a UWF television taping in Ft. Worth, TX in 1987 or so.
The late Ron Ames, who did a mean Barney Fife impersonation, was called into action while Ric Flair was injured during Flairís run with Terry Funk over the NWA Title.