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Don’t Call Me Fake signed by Dr. D – $25
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How to Become a Champion – $10
Good Night, Ninja – $10
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On Saturday November 3, Eat Sleep Wrestle will be in attendance for the first annual Rich City Comic and Pop Con in Richmond, Kentucky. John Cosper will be on hand with books as well as two special guests.
Mad Man Pondo is a deathmatch legend, a veteran of nearly 30 years who has been hit with everything from light tubes to barbed wire bats. He’s toured North America, Asia, and Europe, appeared in a feature role in the horror film 2001 Maniacs, and been a featured character in multiple video games. He’s rubbed shoulders with great and near great celebrities including Marilyn Manson, Vanilla Ice, and Jonny Fairplay, and he’s shared the ring with legends like Terry Funk, Junkyard Dog, Nikolai Volkoff, and Kevin Sullivan. He is the founder and promoter of Girl Fight Wrestling, and his autobiography Memoirs of a Mad Man has been a top seller on Amazon.
Hurricane J.J. Maguire (far left in the photo above) is a musician, composer, producer, and singer. For a brief time he was a member of the Gentries, and his life-long friendship with “The Mouth of the South” Jimmy Hart led him into the world of professional wrestling. For nearly two decades he composed and recorded wrestling themes for WWF and WCW Superstars including Shawn Michaels, the Honky Tonk Man, Bret Hart, Demolition, and Hulk Hogan. He was also the chief composer and musician on Hulk Hogan’s solo album and performed with Jimmy Hart and Hogan. His upcoming autobiography will feature stories about his time with WWF, WCW, and Hulk Hogan as well as encounters with music legends like the Beatles and a very young Simon Cowell.
Mad Man Pondo and Hurricane JJ Maguire will both be at the Eat Sleep Wrestle table at the Rich City Comic and Pop Con on November 3 at the Richmond Mall, 830 Eastern Bypass in Richmond, Kentucky. The show runs from 10 AM to 4 PM, and admission is free. Come say hello, buy some merch, get some autographs, and take some photos. And be sure to visit the other great artists and vendors who will be in attendance. Rumor has it an old pal of mine named Clive the Zombie may even make an appearance.
It’s been awhile since I updated this blog. Has anyone even noticed? (Anyone? Anyone?)
I’ve been buried in newspapers the last several weeks, working hard on the first draft of the Black Panther Jim Mitchell’s biography. I am so excited this book is finally going to see the light of day. Shooting for an early 2019 release.
Prior to that, I will be releasing a new fiction book and another short wrestling project in September. More on that later.
I also have two more autobiographies lined up for 2019. More on those in the very near future as well.
I have some great stories to share soon about wrestling past and my recent trip to the Hall of Fame in Waterloo, Iowa. But today is all about shameless plugs.
Saturday is a big day. Mad Man Pondo will be making his return to ASW in West Virginia for promoter Gary Damron, and he will be selling and signing copies of his book Memoirs of a Mad Man. The book is getting raves from fans and readers and already has two 5-star reviews on Amazon. You can also hear Pondo on his latest podcast appearance with the Wrestle Talk Podcast if you click here.
I won’t be in West Virginia because I will be in Huntsville, Alabama with Dr. D David Schultz, promoting his top selling autobiography Don’t Call Me Fake. We will be at the Rocket City WrestlingCon Saturday, where the doors open at 3 PM. Other guests on the Rocket City include Tracy Smothers, Road Warrior Animal, Jimmy Hart, and Sabu. There’s a stellar wrestling card that evening as well. I can’t guarantee Dr. D is going to stick around for the wrestling show, so if you want to meet Doctor D, get there EARLY!
Much more excitement to come, but I’ll end the fun here for now. It’s been a great year so far, and I am looking forward to this weekend, and Starrcast at the end of the month.