• Old School Wrestling Manager Celebrates His Birthday
Old School Wrestling Manager Col. Robert Parker (Real name: Robert Welch) celebrates his 69th birthday today.
Well established in various territories as a professional wrestler under his ring name “Robert Fuller”, he joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1993 and became known as “Col. Robert Parker”, manager of Stunning Steve Austin, The Amazing French Canadians, Terry Funk, Sid Vicious, Bunkhouse Buck & Meng.
In 1998, Fuller went to the World Wrestling Federation, where they renamed him “Tennessee Lee” and he became the manager of Jeff Jarrett.
In 2006, he had a cameo on TNA iMPACT Wrestling TV, where he was seen talking to Bobby Roode.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ROBERT FULLER!
• Big E Reacts To WWE Hall Of Famer Saying He Won’t Miss Him
WWE Hall of Famer “Superstar” Billy Graham thinks The New Day is breaking up due to Big E’s injury and below is what he posted on Facebook:
“New Day is Breaking Up
It appears that way to me, according to the Big E’s latest statement. He has told the wrestling world that he has had a meniscus surgery and he will be out until 2021 or 2022. I went to the Mayo Clinic website and read that the most serious of meniscus surgeries require only 3 to 6 months to have a full and complete recovery. So he is a lair about the time needed to recover from this type of injury and apparently just doesn’t want to wrestle anymore. I wont miss his a$$ that’s for sure.
Nice photo a friend of mine found of me and Monsoon in my first WWWF title defense in MSG. A simple bearhug and believe me it was a long reach around the near 400 pound Monsoon. Plus, it may have been an old school hold but one sure didn’t get a concussion from it, unlike Kingston’s MMA style kick to the side of your head that you cannot pull.”
Below is how Big E reacted to this:
— Florida Man (@WWEBigE) May 14, 2019