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That 70's Show Girls - Studio Wrestling (Colorized & Silent) Box Cover
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    From the standpoint of girls wrestling, catfighting, mudwrestling and the like, the 70's really started bringing the fare from the underground to the mainstream.
    Spawning in the late 1960's, television began to grow. Back in the day, there were three stations---networks ABC, NBC, and CBS. This was VHF TV. Suddenly, one, then two, UHF stations started cropping up in the major markets across the country. Rabbit ears or the roof antenna were still in vogue, but choices and variety had begun. Yes, the harbinger of the glut of what we have today.
    Since these stations could only run canned copy or syndicated re-runs of already made shows, they had way too much empty space to fill on their airwaves. Info-mercials had not even made it to the womb yet. Co-axial cable was still a decade away, so all spaghetti connections were 300 ohm, cheesy wires. The butter knife replaced the screwdriver.
    For improved reception, yes----tin foil and aluminum tape were used to extend those droopy rabbit ears.
    Local news, features, sports and related programming got boring real fast. Enter Saturday afternoon, evening and Sunday pro wrestling cards. Each city had a balding, humpty-dumpty promoter and his side-kick lackey. These guys sometimes doubled as ringside announcers and referees.
    The bold visionaries in these troupes decided to bring the ladies into the studios to be part of the hour long cards. This was when interviews and bullshit were kept to a minimum and the emphasis was on wrestling.
    This entry showcases some of that fare from those days. Now, this could be construed as an info-mercial of its time: the studio shows and matches all led up to the once or twice a month live arena show.
    These places were pits----union halls, masonic temples, civic theatres and pseudo auditoriums, complete with stale air, limited or no ventilation and the smog screen of cigar and cigarette smoke. Concessions were limited to cold hot dogs, stale buns, unknown chips and warm beer. Patrons were permitted to bring their own brown bags of hard stuff, if they chose.
    The sounds of empty, rolling and kicked bottles added to the ambiance of these shitholes. The big show was always on the first Thursday of the month----after all the welfare and food stamp checks cleared. Their words, not mine. Prime seats were 5 dollars, but cost ten if purchased with food stamps. Ringside ho.
    This entry also glosses over some mixed tag team matches, although the girls action is what we highlight, but you can still see the guys outside the ring. And again, these girls wrestled and did so for a long time, not some two or three minute quickie like you see today. Truly a collector's and history buffs dream delight. Enjoy.
    And some of these girls are smoking hot, cover girls for sure and some are those corn fed, bottle blondes that signified the fashions of the times. Even tossed in a modern auditorium setting at the back.
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