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 Where are they now?

 - Max Levy 

I had promised last time to write about the Irish McNeill Boys Club. That article will be written eventually, but meanwhile another topic that no doubt many Mid-South Wrestling fans think about as well distracted me. Where are the stars of Mid-South today?  The promotion is long gone, but the lives of the wrestlers went on. So with a little digging, here are the answers to that question, “Where are they now?” 

General Skandor Akbar: A vile and hated man on camera and at the arenas, Skandor Akbar was a likable and respected man backstage. Today he still manages wrestlers on the Texas indy scene and trains aspiring wrestlers at his school. 

The Assassin: Jody Hamilton was a road agent for WCW until the promotion’s demise. 

King Kong Bundy: The Atlantic City Avalanche still battles on the indy circuit. 

Ted DiBiase: Ted retired from professional wrestling in 1998 where he was last seen as a manager of The Steiner Brothers. Since then Ted has written his autobiography and embraced religion. Today Ted tours the country and speaks at churches about his career and how religion changed his life. 

The Dirty White Boys: Tony Anthony still wrestles in the South on indy cards. Len Denton does the same in the Pacific Northwest. Denton also runs an auto garage. Len Denton is familiar to many Mid-South fans under the sliver mask of The Grappler. 

Hacksaw Jim Duggan: Old Hacksaw remains an active wrestler after all these years. Duggan was with WCW virtually until the end, appearing as late as January of 2001. These days he can be found on the independent circuit where he remains a popular favorite. Duggan has also been active with the fledgling XWF.  

Bill Dundee: The diminutive Aussie still wrestles in the Memphis area and runs a club in Mississippi. 

Jimmy Garvin: Garvin is now a commercial airline pilot.  More...

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