The third big episode of our weekly look at Evansville’s pro wrestling history jumps to the early 1960s and the end of the first wave of regular cards being held at the Coliseum. Author and historian Richard Vicek joins Sean Dulaney to look at the sale of the Evansville NWA franchise to the Indianapolis office and the role the turmoil within the Circle City’s promotion may have played in Evansville going dark.
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