and Sunday, June 7th, 11:00-4:00.
at the Agricenter.
Adults: One day $15, two days $25
Ages 6-12: One day $5, two days $10
Ages 5 & under: Free
Buy tickets online now! at http://www.memphiscomicexpo.com/
pictures from last years Memphis Comic Expo
Dave Millican was at the Memphis Comic Expo with his awesome collection of wrestling belts. If you need wrestling belts check out his website at http://www.davemillicanbelts.com/index2.htm
A look back at Memphis Wrestling most important year. In 1977 Memphis wrestling promoter Nick Gulas went to war with his head booker Jerry Jarrett. The winner would have the right to run wrestling in Memphis, TN. This book covers the entire year of 1977 in Memphis. Included are nearly every weekly program as well as never before seen photos from that year. Also included are statements from many of the people who wrestled in in Memphis during 1977. Take a look back at Memphis Wrestling most pivotal year. Go to Mark's website at memphiswrestlinghistory.com
Jerry "The King" Lawler was there signing autographs and taking pictures with the fans.
Jerry Lawler also brought his Batmobile. Here's a picture of Jay is front of the famous Batmobile.
Another picture of the Batmobile
Alvin & Jane Minnick was there with thousands of comic books for sale. Not a bad price at 15 comic books for only $10.00.
Look who I ran into at Memphis Comic Expo...Brian Tramel