Steve Yohe's biography of 1917 World Champion Earl Caddock went up on tOA today. It's not only a great look at Caddock's career, but also an engrossing snapshot of the industry as a whole from the '10s and '20s.
Originally posted by vspDamn. After you read about matches and careers like that, you almost want to pass a law that today's champions must wear T-shirts to the ring reading "HI, MY NAME IS _____ AND I'M A BIG GIRL."
I'll pay for that shirt if you're willing to deliver it to Brock Lesnar in person. ;)
Best that I can tell Vince wanted Hogan to do things unspecified in Hogan's contract (additional flight hours) and Hogan wanted to be compensated for the unspecified work. He had every legal right to refuse to do that.