Found November 17, 2013 on Wrestling-Edge.com:
Before dozens Saturday night at the Steve Hogg Recreation Center in Marion, Ohio, WWE Hall of Famer Nikolai Volkoff squared off against Bobby Fulton of Fantastics fame in a near ten-minute grappling affair—on just a gym mat.According to the official Facebook page of Classic Championship Wrestling, the promotion was unable to secure a wrestling ring for the event. Despite the dilemma, Volkoff and Fulton rallied the locker room to make the best of the situation, under the proclamation that “the show must go on.”“The boys in the locker room were all still worried due to having no ring. Bobby Fulton took charge and had a meeting in the locker room informing us that the show must go on and that we were here to give fans what they want to see,” wrote the event promoter. “Bobby then assigned us all to duties to where the locker rooms discouragement lifted up to where everyone became encouraged and did their part to where we all worked together to make this event happen. The end result was ...
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Thanks to Steven Plumley, Frankie and Stuart Duncan for their help with this story: Before dozens Saturday night at the Steve Hogg Recreation Center in Marion, Ohio, WWE Hall of Famer Nikolai Volkoff squared off against Bobby Fulton of Fantastics fame in a ten-minute grappling affair—on just a gym mat. According to the official Facebook page of Classic Championship Wrestling,...
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