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Old School Book Reviews4

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A longtime mecca for pro wrestling, the Dallas/Ft. Worth area is best known as the home base of Southwest Sports, Inc., the promotion owned and operated by longtime National Wrestling Alliance member Jack Adkisson (known in the ring as "Fritz Von Erich"). 

After using the brand name "Big Time Wrestling" for some fifteen years, Adkisson made the terms "World Class Championship Wrestling" and "World Class Wrestling Wrestling Association" (used interchangeably during the same period) famous around the world in the early 1980's. 

By 1986, the entire wrestling world was in a state of anarchy. Adkisson dropped out of the NWA and recognized his own "World heavyweight champion." He also got a slot on ESPN.  

In 1987, Ken Mantell, a former associate of both Adkisson and Watts, started a new company called Wild West Wrestling, which eventually merged into the company that promoted the "World Class" brand. 

In 1988, Memphis-based Jarrett Promotions, Inc. bought the wrestling assets of Southwest Sports, Inc. and promoted shows out of the Dallas Sportatorium under the "United States Wrestling Association" brand name (see the USWA section here). Jarrett didn't last long there and was soon replaced at the Dallas Sportatorium, and on ESPN by a Georgia-based group called the Global Wrestling Federation (see the GWF section here).  

KM DVD/VHS Store 4
Click here to purchase DVD or VHS products direct from the official distributors.
KM Replica Masks 4
Click here to purchase pro quality replica wrestling masks of all your favorite old school masked wrestlers.   
KM Store 4
The KM Store now features products featuring the GCW logo as well as some other very cool images.  To see what's new and to purchase T-Shirts, ball caps, mouse pads and more, click here
KM Message Board 4

Want to chat with other fans of regional wrestling? This message board has forums for over two dozen promotions. Click here.

KM Belt Gallery 4

This section contains an extensive title belt gallery... images of heavyweight, tag, U.S. and various regional title belts.  To view it, click here.

Old School Tape Review 4

Reviews of various PPV's, commercial tapes and regional wrestling TV shows are available in this section. To read more, click here.


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