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To be honest, I don't know many of these wrestlers, but I think the video production is well done (doesn't look too cheap). Sure, NWA isn't what it used to be, but these guys are trying to making the events look very important thru this video clip, and I think they are doing good job at it. Something that major promotions can learn ...
Our sport lost what may be the last connection to the Depression Era. Abe Kelmer, better known as Abe Coleman in the world of squared-circle, passed away in Queens, New York at the age of 101. He was said to be the oldest pro-wrestler in the world.
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Rest in peace....
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Even more legends of our great sports have passed since last week:
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Allen Coage (aka Bad News Allen or Bad News Brown) passed away from a heart attack at 5:30am on 2007/03/06 in Calgary at the age of 63.
Bad News Allen was one of the top foreign stars for New Japan in the early 80s and also had some matches with UWF International in the early 90s.
Rest in peace...
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Recently, we lost two of very famous figure in the history of the sport.
One of the greatest wrestling journalists/historians. Without people like him, there wouldn't be a site like mine.
Former Chicago promoter and TV announcer. He was the voice of the Chicago wrestling. To many people, he was the Chicago wrestling. He took over when the long-time promoter Fred Kohler retired in mid-60s and promoted for both Gagne's AWA ...
As you see on my website, Heywood Allen was listed by a Waterloo paper as the president for the pre-1948 National Wrestling Alliance.
However, Tim Hornbaker, whose NWA book has recently been released, reported to me yesterday that he couldn't find any connection between Pinkie George's Iowa-based "National Wrestling Alliance" and Heywood Allen, a Louisville promoter from 1940s.
Instead, Allen mainly booked the guys from Tom Packs of St. Louis including National Wrestling Association champions ...
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