SUPERSTAR PROFESSIONAL WRESTLER “AUSTIN IDOL” NAMED NATIONAL SPOKESPERSON FOR ANKLE ARMOUR

Posted May 28th, 2011 by 1Wrestling News Team

Saturday, May 28, 201180′S SUPERSTAR PROFESSIONAL WRESTLER “AUSTIN IDOL” NAMED NATIONAL SPOKESPERSON FOR ANKLE ARMOUR!

BREAKING NEWS! Former 80′s Pro Wrestling Super Star “Austin Idol” is now the National Spokesperson for Ankle Armour. Idol who played a major role in the 1980′s and early 1990′s was a huge box office attraction with Ted Turners’ TBS cable channel in the early days of cable TV. Then known as Georgia Championship Wrestling, Austin Idol lit up ticket sales with his famous feuds against: NWA champ Harley Race, Tommy “Wildfire” Rich, Mr. Wrestling II, Abdullah The Butcher, Maniac Mark Lewin, Michael Hayes and The Free Birds, Kevin Sullivan, and many more. Idol shocked the wrestling world when he shaved the head of Jerry “The King” Lawler in front of a sold out crowd at the Memphis Coliseum that literally caused a riot! On Feb 20, 1975 while returning from a wrestling event in Miami, Fl, Idol along with Gary Hart, Buddy Colt, and Bobby Shane crashed in a small plane piloted by Colt in the cold-murky waters of Tampa Bay. Bobby Shane was killed while the others survived. Austin is currently working on a book aptly named, “The Austin Idol Story”. Here at Ankle Armour we are proud to have Austin Idol on board to represent our sports and exercise products such as our versatile ankle pocket strap and now our recently launched “Strength United” wristbands that promote Autism Awareness. We realize the importance of Autism and this is why we created these dynamic wristbands in hopes of bringing awareness to this critical cause. You may visit our website where you will find our wristbands and conveniently order online. In summary, we are excited to have Austin Idol on the Ankle Armour Team and look forward to many great things in the future! Ankle Armour….Just Wear It! WWW.ANKLE-ARMOUR.COM

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