It’s an “Odds & Ends” edition of 400 Court Street as Sean takes a deeper look at the Paducah based “All-Star Wrestling” group that tried to establish themselves before the Jarretts could start running Roberts Stadium. Then we go back to 1969 and how one of the stars of the WWA becamee a role model of “Pep” for the Harrison Warrior basketball fans. Finally, Sean opens up the Coliseum Police Blotter to 1978 and a melee involving Jos LeDuc.
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