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Which wrestling territory was the best? Which era of territory wrestling was the greatest? It probably depends on where and when you grew up. I grew up watching the AWA, the American Wrestling Association, in the early to mid 1980’s. I will always think of the AWA as the premier wrestling organization in the world. The early to mid 1980’s, to me, was the the golden age of professional wrestling. Someone who grew up in the 1950’s, 60’s or 70’s would probably consider their era to be the greatest. This book takes a look at my favorite wrestling organization in my favorite era the AWA in 1982.This book begins with some background about the era in general, the history of the AWA and some information about the territory wrestling system. We then dive into the AWA’s events during the 1982 calendar year. Each event is analyzed and there are separate sections on specific wrestlers with additional information about their background and their overall career. This book also has a huge links section. You can click on these links and see the best Twitter pages, Facebook groups, free videos and opportunities to buy videos and books on Amazon. I have also included a list of websites where you can expand your knowledge of the AWA and of territory wrestling in general. The wrestlers featured include Jesse “The Body” Ventura, Adrian Adonis, Otto Wanz, Jim Brunzell, Bobby Heenan, Ken Patera, Mad Dog Vachon, Larry Hennig, Bobby Duncum, Dick the Bruiser, Greg Gagne, Jerry Blackwell, Sheik Adnan Al-Kassie, Rick Martel and many more! Track the year 1982 as these all-time-greats go to Chicago, Winnipeg, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Green Bay, Denver, Saint Paul, Salt Lake City, Oakland, San Francisco and dozens of other towns with-in the territory. Whether you’re familiar with the AWA or not, this will be a fun, exciting look at “The Major League of Professional Wrestling”. em em


The AWA 1982: The American Wrestling Association in its Prime

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Which wrestling territory was the best? Which era of territory wrestling was the greatest? It

probably depends on where and when you grew up. I grew up watching the AWA, the American

Wrestling Association, in the early to mid 1980’s. I will always think of the AWA as the premier

wrestling organization in the world. The early to mid 1980’s, to me, was the the golden age of

professional wrestling. Someone who grew up in the 1950’s, 60’s or 70’s would probably consider

their era to be the greatest. This book takes a look at my favorite wrestling organization in my

favorite era the AWA in 1982.This book begins with some background about the era in general,

the history of the AWA and some information about the territory wrestling system. We then dive

into the AWA’s events during the 1982 calendar year. Each event is analyzed and there are

separate sections on specific wrestlers with additional information about their background and

their overall career. This book also has a huge links section. You can click on these links and see

the best Twitter pages, Facebook groups, free videos and opportunities to buy videos and books

on Amazon. I have also included a list of websites where you can expand your knowledge of the

AWA and of territory wrestling in general. The wrestlers featured include Jesse “The Body”

Ventura, Adrian Adonis, Otto Wanz, Jim Brunzell, Bobby Heenan, Ken Patera, Mad Dog Vachon,

Larry Hennig, Bobby Duncum, Dick the Bruiser, Greg Gagne, Jerry Blackwell, Sheik Adnan Al-

Kassie, Rick Martel and many more! Track the year 1982 as these all-time-greats go to Chicago,

Winnipeg, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Green Bay, Denver, Saint Paul, Salt Lake City, Oakland, San

Francisco and dozens of other towns with-in the territory. Whether you’re familiar with the AWA or

not, this will be a fun, exciting look at “The Major League of Professional Wrestling”. em em

Which wrestling territory was the best? Which era of territory wrestling was the greatest? It

probably depends on where and when you grew up. I grew up watching the AWA, the American

Wrestling Association, in the early to mid 1980’s. I will always think of the AWA as the premier

wrestling organization in the world. The early to mid 1980’s, to me, was the the golden age of

professional wrestling. Someone who grew up in the 1950’s, 60’s or 70’s would probably consider

their era to be the greatest. This book takes a look at my favorite wrestling organization in my

favorite era the AWA in 1982.This book begins with some background about the era in general,

the history of the AWA and some information about the territory wrestling system. We then dive

into the AWA’s events during the 1982 calendar year. Each event is analyzed and there are

separate sections on specific wrestlers with additional information about their background and

their overall career. This book also has a huge links section. You can click on these links and see

the best Twitter pages, Facebook groups, free videos and opportunities to buy videos and books

on Amazon. I have also included a list of websites where you can expand your knowledge of the

AWA and of territory wrestling in general. The wrestlers featured include Jesse “The Body”

Ventura, Adrian Adonis, Otto Wanz, Jim Brunzell, Bobby Heenan, Ken Patera, Mad Dog Vachon,

Larry Hennig, Bobby Duncum, Dick the Bruiser, Greg Gagne, Jerry Blackwell, Sheik Adnan Al-

Kassie, Rick Martel and many more! Track the year 1982 as these all-time-greats go to Chicago,

Winnipeg, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Green Bay, Denver, Saint Paul, Salt Lake City, Oakland, San

Francisco and dozens of other towns with-in the territory. Whether you’re familiar with the AWA or

not, this will be a fun, exciting look at “The Major League of Professional Wrestling”. em em

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