A generation of pro wrestling fans in the 1980s grew up on the old territorial system.
At the time, there were numerous wrestling promotions, or “territories” throughout the South, the United States and even around the world. It made for an abundance of professional wrestling television shows which flooded the airwaves on UHF stations in the 1980s.
Charles Anschutz was one of those fans in the 1980s who watched Georgia Championship Wrestling with Gordon Solie and who later had the chance to see regional promotions across the country thanks, in part, to the block of wrestling shown on Atlanta television as part of Joe Pedicino’s “Superstars of Wrestling.
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