Remembering pro wrestling's past: Blackjack Mulligan was a.
WWE Hall of Famer Robert Jack Windham, better known as Blackjack Mulligan has passed away we have recently learned. BlackJack Mulligan was the father of Barry Windham, the father in law of Mike Rotunda and the Grandfather of Bo Dallas and Bray Wyatt. We reported a couple months ago that Bray and Bo missed RAW because of their Grandfathers health and it looks like it has gotten the best of him.
True Lies and Alibis - The Blackjack Mulligan Story Book. Overview; Ratings; Comments; Book Data. Title: True Lies and Alibis - The Blackjack Mulligan Story. Author(s): Blackjack Mulligan, Steve Buchanan. Category: Autobiographie. Language: Englisch. Information on the paperback version. Publisher: Headlock Ranch Books. Release year.
If you're looking for stories of Blackjack's time as one of the Machines, or his time in WWF, or a career retrospective this isn't for you. If you want good stories, and great wrestling footage, I can't imagine a better DVD! Blackjack Mulligan, 2.13.2009: Reviewer: Benjamin Globe (Liverpool, Other) Everyone has given this 5 stars and it is easy to see why - Blackjack is so watchable. This is.
Remembering pro wrestling’s past: Blackjack Mulligan was a character for the ages Heat magnet. The pride of Sweetwater, Texas, was, indeed, one of pro wrestling’s true originals. A master storyteller. All in the family. While Mulligan’s career winded down in the late ’80s, his legacy continued.
Blackjack Mulligan's Public House will be replacing Kirker's Inn in Hawthorne.Kirker's Inn has been a Diamond Bridge Road institution for nearly 50 years. It was sold last April by longtime owner Virginia.
Get this from a library! True lies and alibis: the Blackjack Mulligan story. (Blackjack Mulligan; Steve Buchanan) -- From humble beginnings in West Texas, Robert Windham became Blackjack Mulligan, a wrestling legend and eventual WWE Hall of Famer.
Blackjack Mulligan was a West Texas roughneck who was known to take. no nonsense from anybody. He even once stood his ground against Andre the Giant and Ole Anderson! But on one fateful night in Boston, Massachusetts in 1971, he wasn’t able to protect himself.