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Lost In Sound Detroit

Big Time Wrestling Detroit t-shirt

Big Time Wrestling Detroit t-shirt

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In 1964, professional wrestler Ed "The Sheik" Farhat and his father-in-law Francis Fleser acquired the promotion (along with the rights to promote wrestling in the Cobo Arena) from Barnett and Doyle for $50,000, controlling it through "World Wide Sports" (a holding company they created). Farhat booked himself as the promotion's top wrestler, winning its top championship NWA United States Heavyweight Championship (Detroit version) 12 times.[7][8][2][9] By the 1960s, the promotion was airing two to three television programs per week and staging weekly house shows at the Cobo Arena.[8] The promotion's TV program was unique in that it would occasionally air local collegiate wrestling matches alongside worked angles, in a segment called "Am-Pro Wrestling".
  • 5.5 oz., pre-shrunk dryblend 50/50 cotton / polyester
  • Dryblend technology delivers moisture-wicking properties
  • Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
  • Quarter-turned
  • Seamless seven-eights inch collar
  • Taped neck and shoulders



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