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Do you remember your childhood heros?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by Shifter, Apr 8, 2011.

  1. Shifter

    Shifter New commenter

    Saw him at Chasewater in the 60s. Les, Mick, Billy, Jackie, they were all there. Tag-team if memory serves.
    Back to obscurity.........
     
  2. blazer

    blazer Star commenter

    Jackie Pallow, Mick Mcmanus and all the others as well!
     
  3. modelmaker

    modelmaker Occasional commenter

    Who was the guy that got chucked out of the ring and landed on Kent Walton?
     
  4. I loved Steve Gray on the wresting and Barry Sheene was a real hero for many a long year!
    I remember, as a teenager (or maybe a bit older!!), going to get Eddie Kidd's autograph, as he was appearing at a local gym, and been so overawed that I walked into the door on the way out (with him watching!)
     
  5. Brian Glover, Bauble!
     
  6. Mine was Kevin Keegan. I saw him play in Ireland when I was younger. I was getting squashed by some fans and he pulled me out of the crowd. After that I supported whatever football team he played for. I even made a scrap book about him which is still in my parents house.
     
  7. Oooh yes, Kevin Keegan!! He has aged very well too!
     

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