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Ron Fuller

Name :- Ron Fuller

Height :- 6' 9" (205cm)

Weight :- 260lb (120kg)

Born :-  March 3, 1948

From :- Dyersburg, Tennessee

Trained by :- Charlie Carr

Debut :- 1966

Retired :- 1988

Finisher :- Fuller Lock

Also known as :- Tennessee Stud, Ron Welch, The Mercenary


Toured Australia :- 1973


Was born into a wrestling family, with Dad Buddy Fuller, grandfather Roy Welch, uncle Billy Golden and brother Robert Fuller all prominent in the game. Played basketball in high school and university, wrestling occasionally, before turning pro wrestler permanently in 1970.

Featured heavily in Tennessee wrestling before touring Florida and the Caribbean. Wrestled in Australia in early 1973 alongside close friends Greg Peterson and Scott Casey.

Bought the Southeastern Territory in Tennessee in 1974. turning it into a successful promotion. In 1985, changed the name to "Continental Championship Wrestling". Retired in 1988, but continued to work behind the scenes. Came out of retirement in 2020 for one match, teaming with cousin Jimmy Golden in Dothan, Alabama.


Titles held :- (Florida) NWA Southern Hwt, (Tennessee) NWA Southern Hwt, (Tennessee) AWA Southern Hwt, Florida Hwt, Southeastern Continental Hwt, Southeastern Hwt (5), Alabama Hwt, Georgia Hwt, (Tennessee) US Tag (w/ Robert Fuller), Florida Tag (w/ Jimmy Golden), Tennessee Tag (w/ The Assassin).

 Credits :- Mark Dalgleish, Wikipedia,, Slam Wrestling