In the months prior to his September 1997 death from brain and lung cancer, Adkisson told his life story to a family friend, Ron G. Mullinax, who promised to write his biography.
The Von Erichs: A Family Album : Tragedies and Triumphs of America's First Family of Wrestling. In the months prior to his September 1997 death from brain and lung cancer, Adkisson told his life story to a family friend, Ron G. This is straight from the heart from two people, with Adkisson talking to the fans concerning his life and times as a husband, father and wrestler, with Mullinax crafting the text to show the real Adkisson, minus the trappings from an industry which brought his family incredible highs and - ultimately - so much sadness.
Fritz Von Erich book. The story, as told to Ron Mullinax by Jack Adkisson himself, follows his wrestling career and family tragedies beginning in the 1950s and continuing until his death in 1997.
The book tells the life story of Jack Adkisson, who is most commonly known as Fritz von Erich. Following the naming of the Iron Claw, I went down to the patent office in Minnesota and had the name and the hold patented. Fans of all ages are sure to appreciate this touching biography about the late pro wrestling champion.
Fritz Von Erich: Master of the Iron Claw is the true story about the life and times of Jack Adkisson-pro wrestling legend .
Fritz Von Erich: Master of the Iron Claw is the true story about the life and times of Jack Adkisson-pro wrestling legend Fritz Von Erich-and the famous Von Erich wrestling dynasty. Not since the Kennedys of Massachusetts has an American family publicly suffered personal tragedy after personal tragedy like the Von Erichs of Denton County, Texas. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
Before Jack Adkission died in 1997, he relayed his life's story and family tragedies to Ron, making him promise that he would write his story! in Jack's own words so that all the Von Erich fans around the world would be able to read the Von Erich story from Fritz Von Erich himself.
Read how Fritz Von Erich and his five sons impacted the wrestling world with their family's show World Class Championship Wrestling, which at one time was syndicated in 66 . television markets, Japan, Argentina, and the Middle East. 9 people like this topic.
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