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About the author:
Todd Roberg has been a pro wrestler on the independent circuit since 2000.
Born in Bellingham, Wa, Roberg began his training in Langley, British Columbia under Chance Beckett.
Roberg began wrestling in Canada using the name "The American Wet Dream" Skag Rollins, and toured through the western provinces as well as the west coast states of Washington, Oregon and California.
In 2010 Roberg and his wife, Rachael, moved to Charlotte, NC where he continued to wrestle making frequent trips thoughout the state and to East Tennessee.
The Lost Art Of Tag Team Wrestling
Tag Team Wrestling matches have been an integral part of the sport since it's inception. An exciting division that has created many top stars, as well as drawn huge gates around the world. Yet for some reason it's a dying art form, as evidenced by the lack of interest that the big wrestling promotions appear to have in promoting it.
Here author Todd Roberg examines the psychology of tag team wrestling and looks back on the last great decade of tag team wrestling, the 1980s.
World renowned wrestling photographer Mike Lano's pictures help to illustrate the story that is told by Roberg along with contributors Les Thatcher, James J Dillon, James Beard, Smith Hart, Bryan Alvarez, Dr. Luther and others, a story of the Lost Art of Tag Team Wrestling.
- Publication Date:
- Oct 30 2012
- 1480204463 / 9781480204461
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.25" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Sports & Recreation / Wrestling