It’s always a pleasure to talk with Glen Braget on his wrestling podcast, Rasslin’ Memories, and this week, I made my third appearance. This time around, we talked about Dr. D David Schultz, whose autobiography should be ready to rock in January. We also hit on Mad Man Pondo, “The Black Panther” Jim Mitchell, Louisville wrestling, and Season’s Beatings, my new Christmas wrestling book.
Glen has a real passion for preserving the history of professional wrestling. His show features some great guests and incredible stories that ever fan needs to hear, no matter what era of wrestling they prefer.
You can download this week’s episode of Rasslin’ Memories on Soundcloud when you click here!
My latest book release is a collection of Christmas greetings taken from a 1947 wrestling program. Season’s Beatings is now available on Amazon.com and features more than four dozen wrestlers wishing their fans a happy holiday.
A few samples from the book are below.
Order yours now on Amazon.com.
If you’re a fan of wrestling history, be sure to catch today’s episode of the Jim Cornette Experience. I’m on the show today talking about a few of my favorite things: The Allen Athletic Club, Elvira Snodgrass, and The Black Panther Jim Mitchell.
If you’ve already listened to today’s show, you can follow the links below to read more about the books and stories I’ve been working on.
The Black Panther Jim Mitchell
Elvira Snodgrass Part 1 and Part 2
Bluegrass Brawlers: The Story of Professional Wrestling in Louisville
Louisville’s Greatest Show: The Story of the Allen Athletic Club
Herb Welch’s How to Become a Champion
“Dr. D” David Schultz (autobiography coming soon!)
If you heard the Jim Cornette Experience released on Thursday, November 2, you heard him make mention of two letters he picked up from me: one from Morris Siegel and one from Sam Muchnick. Both letters are posted below for those who want to take a peek.
Mitchell was on the tail end of his amazing career. He was ready to step away but hoping to help launch the career of his protege Ricky Waldo. Waldo never took off like he hoped, most likely due to the fact that everyone wanted to book someone else in his place: Bobo Brazil.
There are still a few letters like this available, along with wrestling boots, licenses from across the US and Canada, and a number of photos and programs, mostly from the West Coast. The pipe collection is also for sale. If you’re interested in any of these items, please email me!