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Bobby Jaggers Shoot Interview

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They don't get any tougher than Hangman Bobby Jaggers. This was the type of interview which you know right away the wrestler could care less if he burns any bridges.   He often repeats that phrase during our interview with him, "what can they do to me now, I am out of the business."  If you want to hear for the first time ever what really happened to Bruiser Brody in Puerto Rico in July 1989 this is one hell of a interview.  Bobby was there the night he was murdered and discusses what he saw backstage and in the ring.  He gives a chilling recount of what went down on the infamous night.  You wont believe what really happened and who protected the guy who stabbed him.  Bobby has worked all over the territories during the 80's and has stories about SouthWest Championship wrestling, Memphis, Portland and NWA.  We covered his entire career from start to finish and any fan of old school wrestling will want to hear what he has to say.

Bobby has some messages to Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan that I don't think they will enjoy. Bobby talks about also breaking into wrestling around the same time as Brody.  Your going to hear some great Funk stories as well from down in TX during the early days….Look out Roddy Piper and Adrian Adonis as Bobby don't like you guys and you will hear why when we talk about his run in Portland.  What does Bobby think about Billy Jack Haynes?

One of my favorite promotions was Southwest and Bobby talks about what it was like to work with Scott Casey and the Sheepherders..Why he did not like Tully Blanchard.  In fact he talks about Tully and Ted Dibase in present day and why he thinks what they are doing now is a work.  You will hear some great road stories as well from Bobby.

The highlight of the interview is his story on the death of Bruiser Brody.  Besides that he has tons of behind the scene stories from NWA, Puerto Rico, Florida, Bill Watts and all of the great promotions that he worked for in the 80's.  If you love road stories and behind the scenes gossip that you never heard before your going to want to get the Bobby Jaggers shoot interview!!
 
How did you get into the business
Howd you get started
Was the training more difficult than you thought
Memories of your first match
What was the hardest thing about breaking into the business back then
How long were you kayfabed for
Did any vets mentor you early on
Did any vets test you
Memories working early as Lonnie Mayne’s brother
How did you get booked into the Amarillo territory
Thoughts on Dory Sr
Memories of matches there
Thoughts on Dory and Terry
Memories of matches with Ray Candy
Memories of Bruiser Brody
What was the travel like back then
Memories of Ricky Romero
Memories of teaming with Randy Tyler
Memories of Al Perez
Memories of Swede Hansen
Favorite guys to work with
How did you develop your promos
How did you wind up in the Portland area
Thoughts on Don Owens
Did you ever get involved in those shoots for Don’s brother
Thoughts on Rip Oliver
Thoughts on Dutch Savage
Was it political there as far as the booking
Can you talk about the travel schedule
Memories of Col. Debeers
Memories of matches with Karl Steiner
Memories of matches with Ricky Vaughn
Were you surprised he wound up a Von Erich
Memories of your feud Tom Zenk
Are you surprised at how outspoken he has been over the years
Memories of Dynamite Kid
Memories of Buddy Rose
Memories of teaming with David Sierra
Memories of Iceman Parsons
Memories of Billy Jack Haynes
Was there any kind of a rivalry between Billy Jack and Zenk for the top spot
A lot of fans remember you from Southwest, how did you get into SWest
Memories of Joe Blanchard
Was he a fair booker
Memories of Tully
Memories of Gino Hernandez
Fav matches and feuds
Least fav matches
Memories of Bob Sweetan
Memories of Manny Fernandez
Memories of Nick Bockwinkel
Memories of Bruiser Brody
Memories of One Man Gang
Memories of Wahoo McDaniel
You worked with Eddie Mansfield here, were you surprised with the 20/20 deal
Memories of Adrian Adonis
Memories of Stan Hansen
Memories of Eric Embry and Ken Timbs
Memories of Adrian Street
Memories of Bobby Jaggers
Memories of matches with Killer Brooks
Memories of the Rock and Roll Express
Did things change for the company when they got on the USA Network
How devastating was it for the company to lose that TV spot
Memories teaming with Luke Williams
Memories of your feud with the Sheepherders
Memories of working for Leroy McGuirk
Memories of the territory
Memories of teaming with Jerry Brown
Memories of Andre the Giant
Thoughts on Dusty Rhodes over the years
Memories of working in the Vancouver territory
Memories of matches
Memories of the travel schedule
Memories of working for Eddie Graham
Did you like the territory
Memories of matches with Jack Brisco
Memories of Terry Funk in Fla
Memories of Kevin Sullivan
How did you develop your promos
Memories of Mark Lewin
Memories of Ernie Ladd
Any good road stories
Memories of Hiro Matsuda
Memories of matches with Dick Murdoch
Memories of Harley Race
Memories of teaming with Lord Al Hayes
Thoughts on Mike Graham
Memories of matches with Barry Windham
Memories of David Von Erich from the territory
Memories of the Cowboy Connection
Memories of wrestling Dusty and Andre
Memories of your series with Dusty
Do you remember Hulk Hogan at all from the territory days
Memories of matches with Bugsy McGraw
Memories of Don Muraco from the territory
How hot was the territory
Memories of the Central States territory
Thoughts on Bob Geigel and Harley Race as bookers/promoters
Some guys have said that this was not a good paying territory, agree
Memories of matches with Terry Taylor
Memories of matches with Rufus R. Jones
Fav guys to work with down there
Memories of teaming with JJ Dillon
Memories of teaming with Moondog Moretti
Memories of a young Scott Hall
Memories of Marty Jannetty and Shawn Michaels
Did you see the Scott Hall-Jannetty fight
Memories working for the Memphis territory
You came in as the territory was on the downswing, what was that like
Thoughts on Jerry Jarrett and Eddie Marlin
Memories of Jeff Jarrett
Memories of Bill Dundee
Memories of matches with Jerry Lawler
Memories of Eddie Gilbert
Memories of touring All Japan
Memories teaming with Stan Hansen
Memories of Baba
How did you wind up in Crockett promotions
Thoughts on Jim Crockett
Memories teaming with Dutch Mantell
Memories of matches with the Midnight Express
Memories of the Four Horsemen
How come your run was short here
Memories of working in Puerto Rico
Favorite matches
Memories of Abdullah the Butcher
Can you recollect the night Bruiser Brody was murdered
How do you think it was handled
What do you remember about the aftermath
Was it hard to see Jose Gonzales after this
Memories of teaming with Dan Kroffat
Thoughts on Carlos Colon
Memories of matches with the Rock and Roll Express
Who were your fav and least favorite bookers to work for
When did you realize that the territories were drying up
Did you ever attempt to work for Vince McMahon
Best rib you ever saw
Would you like to get back involved in the business as either an agent or booker
Does the lack of kayfabe today bother you
What happened to your school
Thoughts on Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan wrestling today
Thoughts on UFC and comparisons to pro wrestling
What do you do today
Fav and least fav guys to work with
Fav ribs and road stories

Product Reviews

(4 Ratings, 4 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Awesome stuff
Jeff Parker (Burlington, ON) 1/3/2013 1:06 PM
Highly recommended shoot, highly entertaining and very funny. His story on Brody in Puerto Rico was worth the price of admission alone, but RF really puts forth a wonderful overall production here. Even if you're not terribly familiar with Jaggers, he really was in all the places with all the names and gives alot of great information.
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not what is seems -but still good
Capt. Redneck Jr (canada) 6/20/2012 12:34 PM
I ve been wanting to see this shoot for over a year! Then one day I notice that RV put it on its video on demand section..I was escatic! However ,this shooot isnt at all like how RF marketed it. In the preview ,it seems like Jaggers hates everyone associated with the business.You can imagine my surprise , when i realised that jaggers loves almost everyone.I cant understand why he is so mad at Hogan and Flair for not retiring yet? He does have some interresting comments on Harley's Kansas territory.
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Great Shoot Interview
Tom Loftin (Muskogee, OK) 10/6/2010 11:57 PM
Well worth the money.
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Bobby Jaggers
Derek Kannapin (New York, NY) 8/23/2010 2:55 PM
Highly Recommend
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