Mr. Wrestling #2

This autographed photo of pro wrestling legend Mr. Wrestling #2 was signed at a fan fest in Charlotte and obtained from the promoter.

Ox Baker

Douglas “Ox” Baker, pro wrestling star and master of the “Heart Punch.” I obtained this autograph in a trade with another autograph collector.  

Pat Patterson

This trading card was autographed by Mr. Patterson – the first WWF (WWE) Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion – in the late 90s. I don’t have the address used anymore.

Paul Jones

Here are some in-person autographs from pro wrestling legend #1 Paul Jones. The bottom photo is also autographed by Ole Anderson. Wahoo McDaniel is in the background.

R. Bruce Tharpe

I took this photo of National Wrestling Alliance president R. Bruce Tharpe on June 2, 2014. He autographed it for me the next day.

Ricky Harris (AKA Black Bart)

This autograph is from professional wrestler Ricky Harris and was obtained at a live Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling card in the early 80s. Later in his career, Harris became known as “Black Bart” and is a former Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion, Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion, National Heavyweight Champion, and WCWA World Heavyweight Champion, just to name a […]

Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat

Here are two photos of Ricky Steamboat, one of which is with The Masked Superstar. These autographs were obtained for me at an autograph signing in Charlotte.

Rob Conway and James Beard

Here’s a photo I took on June 2, 2014. It’s a photo of Rob Conway just after he pinned Satoshi Kojima for the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) World Heavyweight Championship in Las Vegas. I had the photo autographed by the champ and referee James Beard the next day.

Rock & Roll Express

In-person autographs from Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson, the Rock and Roll Express.

Rocky Kernodle (AKA Keith Larson)

One of the problems with collecting pro wrestling autographs is that the wrestlers sometimes change names. Such is the case with Wally “Rocky” Kernodle. In the early part of his career, he wrestled as “Keith Larson” so as to not be confused with his older brother Don Kernodle.  In the early 80s, I got “Keith […]