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Letters to the Black Panther

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!

Primus Primer: Gary Jay

Today’s look at PWF: The Primus comes to you from another member of the Internet’s only traveling wrestling podcast, Kick Out At Two. KOAT producer Brittany, aka “Bonnaroo Brittany,” brings you a look at another underdog not to be dismissed, Gary Jay! 

“All heart and a heavy hand” is the motto St. Louis wrestler Gary Jay lives by. At first glance Jay might get overlooked among a card of men who outweigh him, but once you hear his famous chops you’ll think twice about underestimating the Stiff Robo Ginger.

When his music hits and Gary enters wild eyed and fearless it’s no mistake that he is ready to take on anyone waiting for him. At the end of the night, everyone will know that he left it all out in the ring.

Gary Jay continues to travel state to state, city to city proving himself, and come September 9th he will prove himself once more and look to become the PWF champion.

Visit the event page for Pro Wrestling Freedom: The Primus for information and tickets. 

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