Sale on Florida, Jack Brisco, Buddy Colt Collections
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best of Florida wrestling action from the 70s and 80s.
Florida Collection tapes (featuring
stars such as Jack Brisco, Dory Funk Jr., Lou
Thesz, Johnny Valentine, Dusty Rhodes, and
Brisco vs. Dory Funk Jr.
Brisco in Japan (featuring an NWA World title
change, Giant Baba, Dory Funk Jr., and Bobo
of Buddy Colt (featuring Buddy Colt, Cowboy
Bill Watts, Johnny "Mr. Wrestling II"
Walker, Bob Armstrong, and more)
Brisco Shoot Interview
combinations for even bigger savings!
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new edition of Pro Wrestling Title Histories is on sale now!
Much of the information in This
Week In Wrestling is researched from Wrestling
Title Histories. The 2000 edition is available now. It
is the most complete record of over 2,000 professional
wrestling titles and titleholders ever published. If you want
a complete guide of who the title holders were in your
favorite territories, you must own this ultimate reference
book. Contains information on titles from the WWF, WCW, ECW,
NWA, Canada, Japan, Mexico, Britain, Australia, New Zealand,
all the old territories -- Florida, Mid-Atlantic, San
Francisco, Los Angeles, Detroit, Toronto, Dallas, Portland,
Kansas City, St. Louis, Atlanta, Calgary, Memphis, Knoxville,
Montreal, Puerto Rico, Mid-South, San Antonio and more -- as
well as hundreds of independent promotions from across the
U.S. (including now-defunct favorites like Smoky Mountain, the
UWF, and the USWA). The new edition includes major title
changes (WWF, WCW, ECW) right up to the end of 1999.
here to see a sample page
the milestones of professional wrestling!
Online Store features many of the matches and stars discussed.
Dundee & Jerry Lawler
Super Destroyer & Sweet Brown Sugar
with Jimmy Hart
Memphis Mid South Coliseum
Dec. 7, 1981
Stasiak vs Bruce Sammartino
Hennig vs Pedro Morales
Dec 10, 1973
& Gino Hernandez
Kevin von Erich & David von Erich
Sportatorium - Dallas
Dec 10, 1978
Thesz vs Johnny Valentine
Dec 13, 1968
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