This week Sean Dulaney unearths another incident between a fan & wrestler Ralph Garibaldi that led to a lawsuit from 1947 and discusses the role athletic commissioner and Evansville Police captain Curtis Pitts played in providing Garibaldi’s defense. We also get a look at the legendary Lou Thesz’ connection to the Tri-state, from his 1937 debut to his own “outlaw” UWA promotion running in Owensboro.
400 Court Street – 1947 Fan sues a Wrestler – The Grueling Truth The Grueling Truth Radio
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