Charleston Post and Courier – May 24, 1998
By Mike Mooneyham
Downtown Charleston may be filled with the sights and sounds of Spoleto, but next weekend at 1000 King Street, professional wrestling will be the order of the day.
The King Street Palace, site of the former County Hall, will be the stage for the biggest pro wrestling reunion ever held in this area. “The Night the Legends Return: A Tribute to Henry Marcus” will be a long-overdue tip of the hat to one of the sport’s great promoters, along with a recognition of the past stars of the Mid-Atlantic area. Continue reading
Posted in 1998
Tagged Burrhead Jones, Charles Robinson, George Scott, Henry Marcus, Johnny Valentine, Mark Curtis, Rip Hawk, Ron West, Sandy Scott, Swede Hanson, Tommy Young, Wahoo McDaniel
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
Tagged Abdullah The Butcher, Abe Jacobs, Al Greene, Al Snow, Bob Armstrong, Brad Armstrong, Brian Armstrong, Chris Candido, Daryl Van Horn, Don Greene, Don Wright, Frank Morrell, Glen Jacobs, Jim Cornette, Johnny Weaver, Magnum T.A., Mongolian Stomper, Nelson Royal, New Jack, Paul Orndorff, Prince Kharis, Rock ‘N Roll Express, Ron West, Ron Wright, Ronnie Garvin, Sandy Scott, Scott Armstrong, Smoky Mountain Wrestling, Steve Armstrong, Swede Hanson, Tammy Lynn Sytch, Terry Funk, The Gangstas, Tim “Mr. Wrestling” Woods, Tommy Youn, Tracy Smothers