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Wrestling Gold Vol.1: Busted Open! (2001)

Legendary manager James E. Cornette and celebrated wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer take you back to the 1980s as you relive classic footage from Memphis and San Antonio, Texas, including ... See full summary »

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Abdullah the Butcher ...
Himself (archive footage)
Adrian Adonis ...
Himself (archive footage)
Tony Anthony ...
The Grappler #2 (archive footage)
Tully Blanchard ...
Himself (archive footage)
Nick Bockwinkel ...
Himself (archive footage)
Don Carson ...
Himself (archive footage)
Scott Casey ...
Himself (archive footage)
James E. Cornette ...
Himself - Commentator
Lynn Denton ...
The Grappler #1 (archive footage)
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Terry Funk (archive footage)
Frank Goodish ...
Bruiser Brody (archive footage)
Archie Gouldie ...
The Mongolian Stomper (archive footage)
Bobby Heenan ...
Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan (archive footage)
Gino Hernandez ...
Himself (archive footage)
Ken Johnson ...
Himself (archive footage)
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Legendary manager James E. Cornette and celebrated wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer take you back to the 1980s as you relive classic footage from Memphis and San Antonio, Texas, including Terry Funk, Jerry "The King" Lawler, Shawn Michaels, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan, "The Madman from the Sudan" Abdullah the Butcher and more. Written by mariafan

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April 2001 (USA)  »

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During the Dick Slater-Mongolian Stomper match, Cornette and Meltzer talk about manager Don Carson's "brother" Ron and how they weren't sure what happened to him. Ron Carson later found success as Dick Murdoch. See more »

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References WCW Slamboree (2000) See more »

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