One of my favorite all time broadcast partners was Freebird Michael Hayes back when we were working for the Bombastic Cowboy, Bill Watts, in the UWF and were taping our TV shows every other Sunday
Here I am with my former broadcast colleague Tony Schiavone on our first trip to Tokyo back in the mid 80ís.
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.
The late Eddie Gilbert learned from everyone he came in contact with and was a sponge for wrestling knowledge.
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.
One of my signature black hats is featured in the entrance way along with a display of photos from my induction into the WWE Hall of Fame.
This shot is a nice view of our main dining room and our bar under the football helmet.
Here is Jim Ross interviewing “Dirty” Dick Murdoch and “Hotstuff” Eddie Gilbert while taping a segment of UWF Wrestling, circa 1987.