Where is Paul Boesch buried?

Where is Paul Boesch buried?

Paul Boesch (October 2, 1912 – March 7, 1989) was a professional wrestling promoter most famous for his work as an announcer and promoter for Houston Wrestling….Paul Max Boesch.

Birth 2 Oct 1912 Brooklyn, Kings County (Brooklyn), New York, USA
Burial New Zion Baptist Church Cemetery Lawrence County, Mississippi, USA

How old was Paul Boesch when he died?

76 years (1912–1989)Paul Boesch / Age at death

Who owns Houston wrestling?

Houston Wrestling

Acronym GAC
Style Professional wrestling Sports entertainment
Headquarters Houston, Texas, U.S.
Founder(s) Julius Sigel
Parent National Wrestling Alliance

Who owns the rights to Houston wrestling?

The $15 price tag includes Cornette’s autograph. Meanwhile, the Boesch family continues to own the Houston Wrestling video library, but Smashing Pumpkins rocker and avowed wrestling nut Billy Corgan purchased its licensing rights in 2017.

Who was Gino Hernandez father?

Charles Eugene Wolfe Sr.
Personal life. His mother was Patrice Aguirre and his father was Charles Eugene Wolfe Sr., with the latter’s identity being unknown to the point that wrestling fans speculated that Wolfe’s father was actually Houston Wrestling promoter Paul Boesch, due to how close they were.

Who owns the NWA library?

As of 2014, the library stands at 150,000 hours of content including weekly television shows, pay-per-views, and recorded house shows….WWE Libraries.

Type Subsidiary
Area served Worldwide
Products DVD, Blu-ray, VHS, Online Streaming, Channel Subscriptions
Parent WWE

When did Bruce Prichard join WWF?

After entering the World Wrestling Federation in 1987 shortly after WrestleMania III, he first occasionally worked as an announcer for the WWF’s television programs alongside Mike McGuirk and “The Duke of Dorchester” Pete Doherty and occasionally Bobby “The Brain” Heenan, before creating the Brother Love character.

Who owns the USWA library?

WWE Libraries

Type Subsidiary
Headquarters Stamford, Connecticut, USA
Area served Worldwide
Products DVD, Blu-ray, VHS, Online Streaming, Channel Subscriptions
Parent WWE

Does WWE own UWF?

As reported by the Miami Herald, WWE acquired the rights to the Mid-South/UWF library in 2012 via Bill Watts’ ex-wife Ene. It was a deal years in the making, one that many of today’s fans might not fully appreciate.

Who was gorgeous Gino?

Charles Eugene Wolfe Jr. (August 8, 1957 – February 2, 1986) was an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, Gino Hernandez. He is perhaps best known for his appearances with the Dallas, Texas-based promotion World Class Championship Wrestling between 1976 until his death in 1986.

Where did Gino Hernandez go to high school?

After Gino graduated from Spring Branch High School in Houston, he quickly entered the professional wrestling ranks at the tender age of seventeen. Trained by wrestling great Jose Lothario, Gino would wrestle throughout the state of Texas.

Does WWE own NWA?

The National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) is an American professional wrestling promotion and former professional wrestling governing body operated by its parent company Lightning One, Inc….National Wrestling Alliance.

Trade name NWA
Services Licensing
Owner Lightning One, Inc.
Website www.nationalwrestlingalliance.com

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