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Deke Bellavia

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Deke: Mid-South Wrestling memories are alive and well!

OK folks, it's time for one of my favorite "off season" shows -- Who's your favorite pro wrestler? With the news of Wrestlemania coming to the Superdome next year, it's a great opportunity for us to head down memory lane and talk about some of the greats from years past. Tune in from 4 to 8 today to talk about Mid-South, JYD, Dusty Rhodes, and many others!

Scroll down to view videos of some of my favorites in action:

The one..the ONLY...Junk Yard Dog!



Dusty Rhodes



Ernie Ladd



Buck Robley



Big Boss Man



Dick Murdock



The Grappler



Kamala



Super Destroyer




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02/22/2013 3:13PM
Deke: Mid-South Wrestling memories are alive and well!
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02/22/2013 5:10PM
Greatest Wrestling Ever
This was truly wrestling at its finest. I had the opportunity to work with some of these guys.
02/22/2013 5:52PM
The greatest sport in the world
Though it may be predetermined I think they are some of the greatest athletes in the world. JYD, Dusty, Chief Jay Strongbow-I've been a huge fan for over 40 years.
02/23/2013 12:22PM
Back When Wrestling Was Fun to Watch
As a lifelong professional wrestling fan, I look fondly back on the days of "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes and his feuds with Ric Flair and the IV Horsemen. This was wrestling at its finest hour, and no one could match Dusty on the microphone. That man had charisma oozing out every part of his body, and even though you never knew what he was going to say, it was always pure gold coming from the microphone. Sadly, wrestling today is a far cry from what it used to be. Feuds aren't always thought out very well, and it's more of a showmanship business (physique, mic skills) than just plain old good fashioned wrestling. I think the wrestling business really went down the gutter when WCW took a nosedive right before 2000. TNA is all right, but the company will never be able to give WWE a run for its money and provide good competition like back in the day. It's just a sad day to be a long-time wrestling fan, in my opinion.
02/24/2013 1:32PM
i loved it more fun
i loveed mid south every monday night 7$ me and my grandfather was in there
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