“Nature Boy” Ric Flair, Tully Blanchard, JJ Dillon & Baby Doll came to the ring to talk about their fond memories of wrestling in Baltimore… Read more.
The Ken Reedy Show from 1640 PWPR (subscribe on iTunes) interviewed JJ Dillon live… Read more.
WWE Hall of Famer JJ Dillon joined Dave Lagreca and Doug Mortman on Busted Open. You can hear Busted Open on SiriusXM SportsZone, channel 92 and on the SiriusXM app… Read more.
Last month we debuted with this new feature for the ECWA website called “10 Questions with…”. The aim of this fun article is to have the fans learn more about their favorite ECWA stars and special guests. It was a rousing success! Fans loved the insight… Read more.
WWE Hall of Famer and Pro Wrestling Legend JJ Dillon will appear at ECWA
On Saturday December 7, 2013 at the Greater Newark Boys & Girls Club, ECWA is hosting ‘Toys for Tots II’. It’s a charity show filled with a fun night of family friendly professional wrestling that’s all centered around one thing: Helping needy children in the area. Read more.
JJ Dillon has managed some of the most legendary wrestlers to ever step foot in a wrestling ring… Read more.
In previous articles here on 1Wrestling.com, I’ve tried my able best to describe in detail just how much I wish I’d been able to be a part of the territory days of pro wrestling. Without treading on old ground once again, it’s worth stating that I am routinely fascinated when reading or looking back to old clips, seeing things we now take for granted as original ideas come to life. For example, would the flamboyant gimmicks we have grown so accustomed to be as prevalent (or even exist) were it not for the character and antics of one “Gorgeous” George Wagner? Would we have seen even half of the current roster of WWE and TNA referees honing their own unique characters and even taking bumps if Tommy Young hadn’t paved the way for interaction with the wrestlers, such as Ric Flair?
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The WWE Hall Of Fame manager interviews a legend … Read more.
The iconic JJ Dillon was there when it all started …