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DR. PAPUFNIK
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Memphis manager circa 1994. This guy looks like Marc Curtis. Google and Searchy didn't turn up anything. Was Marc Curtis doing a gimmick in Memphis in 1994?
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Is this the guy who managed the Dream Warriors? If so I'm pretty sure he was out of Chicago.
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Is this the guy who managed the Dream Warriors? If so I'm pretty sure he was out of Chicago.
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It wasn't Mark Curtis (Brian Hildebrand) who was thoroughly involved with Smoky Mountain Wrestling at that time. Curtis did turn up as a heel in Memphis in 1995 (as referee Mark Curtis) during the CWA (or was it USWA) vs. Smoky Mountain feud.

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Ronnie Lott and the Dream Warriors

One of the most awful promos in the history of wrestling. I blame this video for the Death of memphis wrestling and for salting the ground so no other wrestling promotion could ever grow there again. Just...just awful.

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He was from Chicago. These guys lasted maybe 2 weeks. He ended up managing The Moondogs.

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Memphis had so much craziness going on then it is hard to keep track of.

Plus I have seen Lott spelled as Lotz as well. I have nothing tangible, but why would somebody come from Chicago to do this. My other "mystery" manager from around then, Richard Lee, apparently was a local guy that had an actual musical career that took him to LA. But Lott/Lotz falls into the category of the Melvin Penrod's who are pretty anonymous.

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Defensive back with the 49ers was not the correct answer obviously....

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Originally posted by Blind Guy:
Memphis had so much craziness going on then it is hard to keep track of.

Plus I have seen Lott spelled as Lotz as well. I have nothing tangible, but why would somebody come from Chicago to do this. My other "mystery" manager from around then, Richard Lee, apparently was a local guy that had an actual musical career that took him to LA. But Lott/Lotz falls into the category of the Melvin Penrod's who are pretty anonymous.

Ronnie (it was Lotz here) was a legit head case. Up until just a few years ago he had a web site where this "World Famous Manager" was selling hot sauce.

Richard Lee is from here in Nashville. He was a backup singer on Music Row who wanted to get into Wrestling, so he started as a referee and manager for George Gulas's promotion in 83-84, and was even on Memphis TV in the Summer of 85 managing Terry Adonis & Bill Smithson.

He even sang this - for YEARS I thought it was Charlie Daniels:



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QUOTE...
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Ronnie (it was Lotz here) was a legit head case. Up until just a few years ago he had a web site where this "World Famous Manager" was selling hot sauce.

Thanks GShea...a "real" head case...in wrestling AND real life I guess covers it all. I'll assume the music clip is better than the hot sauce.

Terry Adonis use both that handle & Mark Roberts in TN?

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QUOTE...
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Ronnie (it was Lotz here) was a legit head case. Up until just a few years ago he had a web site where this "World Famous Manager" was selling hot sauce.

Thanks GShea...a "real" head case...in wrestling AND real life I guess covers it all. I'll assume the music clip is better than the hot sauce.

Terry Adonis use both that handle & Mark Roberts in TN?

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quote:
Originally posted by Armageddon_T_Thunderbird:
Ronnie Lott and the Dream Warriors

One of the most awful promos in the history of wrestling. I blame this video for the Death of memphis wrestling and for salting the ground so no other wrestling promotion could ever grow there again. Just...just awful.

But Dude, the big, flabby, pasty-white guy who looked like he wanted to cry (possibly because Ronnie kept slapping him in the boob) said it was their moment. I don't know. I thought it was going well until the other one appeared to have a shreiking seizure. Sadly, when your partner starts screaming like a howler monkey, it will kill your moment every time. At the end, I could totally understand why he wanted to cry.
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quote:
Originally posted by Mr. A:
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Originally posted by Armageddon_T_Thunderbird:
Ronnie Lott and the Dream Warriors

One of the most awful promos in the history of wrestling. I blame this video for the Death of memphis wrestling and for salting the ground so no other wrestling promotion could ever grow there again. Just...just awful.

But Dude, the big, flabby, pasty-white guy who looked like he wanted to cry (possibly because Ronnie kept slapping him in the boob) said it was their moment. I don't know. I thought it was going well until the other one appeared to have a shreiking seizure. Sadly, when your partner starts screaming like a howler monkey, it will kill your moment every time. At the end, I could totally understand why he wanted to cry.
I would bet that is the video kept going after the interview, you would hear a loud sigh from behind the camera and someone saying "it is what it is".

I wonder how those three didn't make the call up to the WWf back then, even Reggie B. Fine got to be on WWf tv a time or two. Howler monkey guy could have been the WWf's answer to Screamin Norman Smiley.

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quote:
Originally posted by Armageddon_T_Thunderbird:
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Originally posted by Mr. A:
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Originally posted by Armageddon_T_Thunderbird:
Ronnie Lott and the Dream Warriors

One of the most awful promos in the history of wrestling. I blame this video for the Death of memphis wrestling and for salting the ground so no other wrestling promotion could ever grow there again. Just...just awful.

But Dude, the big, flabby, pasty-white guy who looked like he wanted to cry (possibly because Ronnie kept slapping him in the boob) said it was their moment. I don't know. I thought it was going well until the other one appeared to have a shreiking seizure. Sadly, when your partner starts screaming like a howler monkey, it will kill your moment every time. At the end, I could totally understand why he wanted to cry.
I would bet that is the video kept going after the interview, you would hear a loud sigh from behind the camera and someone saying "it is what it is".

I wonder how those three didn't make the call up to the WWf back then, even Reggie B. Fine got to be on WWf tv a time or two. Howler monkey guy could have been the WWf's answer to Screamin Norman Smiley.

The worst part for me is I just know when the taping was done, Ronnie and his two squishy Dreamy Warriors all high-fived each other. Then, the one Warrior broke down and wept while the other kept screeching, "We nailed it!"
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