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AYP Wrestling Podcast: “Fantastic” Bobby Fulton

“Big Cat” Andy Nichols welcomes one half of The Fantastics, Bobby Fulton to the AYP Wrestling podcast.

Bobby talks about coming up in the Ohio wrestling scene, working WWWF tv tapings as a teenager, promoting his first show as a teenager, working with Wild Bull Curry and Flying Fred Curry, hilarious stories of bringing ┬áDr. Jerry Graham home, being ribbed by Stan Stasiak, teaming with Eric Embry in Nashville for Nick Gulas, working for Stu Hart (including his great Stu Hart impersonation), unofficially winning his first tag title as part of a rib with Lynn Denton, Cuban Assassin, and Dynamite Kid (funny!), Memphis, scaffold matches, The Sheepherders, Adrian Street, the exposure of the business and the disappearance of kayfabe, The Fantastics’ overwhelming popularity in World Class, why Kevin Von Erich recently apologized to Tommy Rogers about The Fantastics’ time in WCCW, the genuinity of the Von Erichs, the night Tommy Rogers saved Kevin Von Erich’s life in the ring in Ft. Worth, what he had to do with Bruiser Brody quitting Joe Blanchard’s promotion, lighting Jim Cornette’s pants on fire in the dressing room, “Hotstuff” Eddie Gilbert, his conversations with Ray Traylor in Japan, how Tommy Rogers is doing these days, owning a wrestling school at one time with Ivan Koloff,

We close out with Bobby explaining his recent contact with C. Scott Amman of the WWE legal department, regarding the WWE’s use of his and others’ likeness on dvds and the network without consent. Bobby talks about potential legal proceedings against WWE and any other parties involved, plus he addresses his critics and supporters.

AYP Wrestling Podcast: “Fantastic” Bobby Fulton

AYP Wrestling Podcast: Special Interview with The Stro

The Big Cat aka Andy speaks to wrestling veteran THE STRO about his career, including his time in WCW, SMW, WWC, USWA, UWFI, and more. We discuss his upcoming match with his former AAA tag partner, Jake “The Snake” Roberts, shocking plans for his feud with David Flair in WCW which never happened, mentoring young wrestlers on the indie wrestling circuit, working with Eddie and Doug Gilbert, his thoughts on today’s wrestling product, his current and future film and television projects, including the FOX hit Sleepy Hollow.

AYP Wrestling Podcast: Special Interview with The Stro