Tag Archives: Atlanta

Episode 25: Summer of 1965

The Stud, now a high school basketball star, adds 40 pounds training with Chief Jay Strongbow, recalls the Mongolian Stomper, and introduces the 4th generation of his wrestling family!

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Episode 23: A Zany Night In Georgia – Part Two

The record Georgia crowd, and what inspired it, continues as The Stud portrays the pandemonium inside and outside the spellbinding event!

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Episode 22: A Zany Night In Georgia

In 1965, The Stud’s father Buddy Fuller, Mario Galento, and Rocky Marciano draw Georgia’s record crowd of 38,000 in Atlanta’s Ponce De Leon Park. Better saddle up for this one – Studcast #22 knocks it out of that park!

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Episode 21: 1965 World Round-Up

The Stud’s absolutely amazing break down of owners, stars, and territories in Studcast #21, “1965 World Round-Up,” is fascinating wrestling history, straight from the horse’s mouth. Don’t miss this one, on NOW!

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Episode 20: Atlanta’s Torch Is Lit!

The Stud highlights the Vachon brothers, Torres brothers, Chief Jay Strongbow, Johnny Valentine, Buddy Colt, the French Angel, Louie Tillet, Sputnik Monroe and a wealth of wrestling history!

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Episode 19: Building Atlanta

Ron’s father, Buddy Fuller, joins Atlanta owner Ray Gunkel, as they set the course for success in 1965!  The Stud also discusses why Southeastern switched to Continental wrestling in 1985.

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Episode 18: Another Family Feud

The Stud’s family explores wrestling opportunities in Denver and Mobile before arriving in Atlanta in 1964. Ron highlights Kevin Sullivan and his Southeastern and Continental black stars!

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