Cowboy Scott Casey Discuss his New Book: ONE LAST RIDE: THE TALE OF COWBOY SCOTT CASEY
Cowboy Scott Casey
My first exposure to Southwest Championship Wrestling came in early 1983 when I happened to turn on the TV one Saturday morning to a new UHF station in the Baltimore, MD area called WNUV54 and saw my first SWCW TV show. I was certainly surprised to see a wrestling show based out of San Antonio, TX on TV in a WWF market, but I was a loyal viewer from the beginning. I was able to see on TV every Saturday morning, main event type match-ups that I would only see from the WWF if I paid to go to a house show. The SWCW angles came at you fast and furious, unlike the WWF where angles for the most part were not as prevalent as in the NWA and AWA promotions. Every week an angle played out on SWCW TV, such as "Cowboy" Scott Casey pouring a bucket of pig droppings over the head of "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers, Tully Blanchard bringing in bounty hunters to pile drive "Mr. Piledriver" Bob Sweetan and the numerous brawls between the Masked Grapplers and their tag team rivals Ricky Morton and Ken Lucas. - Tim Bland
ONE LAST RIDE-THE TALE OF COWBOY SCOTT CASEY About the Book Saddle up as "Cowboy" Scott Casey takes you on an unforgettable ride into the world of Professional Wrestling. You'll hear first hand stories about Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant, Ric Flair and many others.