WWE Hall of Famer and original member of the Four Horsemen, Tully Blanchard, sat down for a candid interview with Hannibal TV recently. Blanchard opened up about many topics including failing a drug test for cocaine back while in the WWE. Blanchard says WWE wasn’t testing for drugs at that time, just for cocaine. Blanchard says the failure was his fault and had a big impact...
The Four Horsemen remain one of pro wrestling’s iconic stables. Tully Blanchard helped anchor the three legendary versions of the WWE Hall of Fame group and recently talked about the chemistry and comrade between the NWA champions. Tully is considered by some as one of the more underrated workers of his time. I don’t think there is any doubt that Blanchard was a solid asset to...
You may not know Tessa Blanchard, but a wrestling fan assuredly recognizes the last name. For over sixty years, the bloodline has been an integral part of professional wrestling lore, beginning in 1953, when 24-year-old Kansas State football star Joe Blanchard started began career between the ropes. The wrestler-turned-promoter brought a son, Tully, into the world the following year.
The first time I saw the Road Warriors, I have to admit, I was a little scared. Having known wrestling as a “show” of holds and counter holds, strength and resistance, the sight of two men coming to the ring to Iron Man and branding spiked shoulder pads and face paint, they were as bad a badass tag team that there could be.
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