p.s. Would there be any blog interest in a fantasy hockey league, or whatever you call it Canada (something involving the word "pool," right?). I decided not to do fantasy football this year, and was thinking about trying out hockey, since I enjoy the sport more anyways.
The sons of Kevin, Marshall and Ross, made the front page of the Dallas Times today in an article about there debuts.
Looks like they will be in Japan for a few months touring. They look in fantastic shape and Marshall, the youngest son of Kevin even wrestles barefoot like his father!
Long time reader going back many years, and for last four years I have written reviews for 411mania.com. I also run a pro-wrestling board where friends can come and discuss. One person posted the following today, and I was just curious on your thoughts. Do you agree with the guys idea that WCCW would still be alive today? Here is his post:
"Today is the 28th anniversary of the Ric Flair vs. Kerry Von Erich match held at Texas Stadium where Kerry won the NWA title. That would have to rank as one of the most famous matches in wrestling history.
Too bad Kerry didn't get a longer reign. At that point, even with David passing months earlier, Von Erich mania was its zenith. WCCW was the hottest promotion in the world at that point.
To this day, I believe if David lived, WCCW would still be going strong and it would be a totally different scene in Pro Wrestling.
But for a brief moment, all eyes were on Texas and WCCW!"