“Dr. D” David Schultz was not a big fan of journalists, but one man he felt “got it” was Morton Downey, Jr. The controversial talk show host brought Dr. D on the show twice: once to discuss the professional wrestling business, and once to talk about bounty hunting. Both episodes were among the highest rated in the history of The Morton Downey, Jr. Show.
Here is the complete bounty hunting episode is available to watch below.
To order a copy of Dr. D’s book “Don’t Call Me Fake” visit Amazon.com, or contact email@example.com to find out how to get an autographed copy.
The replay of Dr. D’s interview on Hart Beat Radio is up now. We discussed David’s time in Stampede Wrestling, the John Stossel incident, his bounty hunting days, and his 3 year tour as a plant manager for Sikorsky helicopters.
Saturday morning, do not miss your chance to hear the reunion of Dr. D David Schultz and Bruce Hart! Dr. D and I will be guests on Bruce’s podcast Hart Beat Radio, where we will be discussing David’s autobiography, his time in Stampede Wrestling, and much more. This is going to be a terrific show broadcast live on Blog Talk Radio.
The first copies of Dr. D’s book have arrived, and next weekend, I’ll be meeting with the Doctor himself to get the pre-ordered copies signed.
Dr. D will be making a handful of appearances on podcasts in the coming weeks, starting with Hart Beat Radio on Saturday, February 10. Dr. D will be reunited with Bruce Hart for a discussion about the book, Stampede Wrestling, and much more!
February 13 is the release date on Amazon.com, but there’s still time to preorder a signed copy. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for information. Wednesday, February 7 is the deadline for signed books!
The official release date for Dr. D’s book is February 13.
The book will be available for around $25 on Amazon.com. If you want to pre-order a signed copy, you can still get one for $35 plus postage. Email email@example.com to order today. Quantities are limited!
We’re about a month away from launching Dr. D’s autobiography Don’t Call Me Fake: The Real Story of “Dr. D” David Schultz. If you’re too young to remember Dr. D, he was a man ahead of his time with a ring persona that foreshadowed the rise of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. Dr. D faced some of the greatest and toughest men in the business including Bret Hart, Hulk Hogan, Antonio Inoki, Abdullah the Butcher, Ric Flair, and Bruiser Brody, though he is best known for a two slap take down of John Stossel that aired on 20/20 when the reporter dared to suggest he was a fake.
Dr. D left the wrestling business behind in the late 80s to embark on an amazing second career as a bounty hunter. In more than two decades of work, he had a 100% capture rate, traveling from the US to Puerto Rico to Egypt to bring back hundreds of men and women who tried to jump bond.
Dr. D’s book is 470 pages and jammed full of stories and rare photos. The book will retail for about $25 on Amazon, but you can order a signed copy now for only $35 plus shipping.
Please email John Cosper today at firstname.lastname@example.org to guarantee your signed copy today. Payment accepted via check or PayPal. Books will be shipping in February, and quantities are limited!
He was the best in the ring. He was the best on the streets. Dr. D was so well-respected in Japan, a film crew from Fuji TV traveled to Connecticut to see him in action. This is one of the best clips from that documentary.
To pre-order your signed copy of Dr. D’s book for only $35 plus shipping email email@example.com. PayPal and checks accepted.