The Post and Courier – December 17, 1995
(This is the second of a two-part series)
Smoky Mountain Wrestling, a grand experiment started by Jim Cornette in 1991, ended several weeks ago in Cookeville, Tenn., when Jim Cornette announced to his crew that the promotion would be closing shop effective immediately.
Posted in 1995
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