!BANG! TV Report – They Loved to Fight



During my playing days at West Texas State University at the athletic dormitory, Buffalo Courts, my room mate Jim Woods (Quarter Back from Claude, Texas) and I shared restroom facilities with Franklin Thrasher (Linebacker from Matador, Texas and Tommy Lovelace (Linebacker from Farewell, Texas).

Lovelace and Thrasher loved to fight. My roommate, Jim Woods was a great quarterback and definitely a “ladies Man,” but that is another story.

Thrasher and Loveless loved to fight and often would go out on the town looking for trouble but their tough reputation had grown so much often they could find nobody to fight.

On many occasions they would come in late at night with clothes torn, waking me up laughing because they could find nobody to fight so they had fought each other.

We have two wrestlers in the Funking Conservatory, Damien Steele and Karl “Mad-Dog” Madetzke who remind me much of Thrasher and Lovelace. “They love to fight.”

Now on !BANG! TV, not a wrestling match, not a No DQ match, just a fight and !BANG! TV Reality Cameras were there to catch all the action.

Now online at http://www.dory-funk.com – Check out “Funking Conservatory Fight School.
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From the Original Four Horsemen Tully Blanchard comes to !BANG! TV Saturday February 26th. Tully will be in the corner of Johnny Magnum and Dory Funk Jr. and will evaluate wrestling talent for Georgia Wrestling’s Fanfest Weekend’s wrestling show, “The Last Battle of Atlanta” coming to Atlanta, Georgia August 4 through 7.

For Ticket Information to the next !BANG! TV Taping, Support Your Troops 63, “Cold War” Call – 352-895-4658 or Visit http://www.dory-funk.com

If you would like to be a star on !BANG! TV, Call now 352-895-4658 For training schedules at the Funking Conservatory Wrestling School.

Dory Funk Jr. is the coach of the Funking Conservatory Wrestling School and trainer of !BANG! TV, WWE, TNA, NXT and Japanese Wrestling Talent.

Now on !BANG! TV at http://www.dory-funk.com – The only video of Dory Funk Sr. ((1947) – Ric Flair vs Dory Funk Jr. – Dory Funk Jr. vs Terry Funk and Homicidal, Suicidal, Genocidal, Death Defying Sabu throwing a “Ball of Fire” in the face of Dory Funk Jr



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