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The Master of the Claw Baron Von Raschke responds to Travis Cook’s video of Pro Wrestling’s greatest moments.

Posted by flairwhoooooo on August 31, 2011


The fearsome Claw. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Not an hour had past since we posted Travis Cook’s versions of Pro Wrestling’s greatest moments, and you never know who will be checking out MWR. Our friend Herb Simmons contacted us with his conversation with the Master of the Claw Baron Von Raschke.

Thanks Brian for the memories. I almost forgot about that one with Travis. I just got off the phone with my good friend “The Baron” I told him about the new post. After he viewed it he called me back and stressed to me how much fun he had when I brought him in for that show. He went on to say that if Travis is concerned about who has the superior claw, he would welcome the chance to return to East Carondelet and have that debate with him. He further went on to say, “A picture is worth a million dollars” and I think the video showed it all. So, on that note, if Mr. Cook, and I use the tern ,MR. lightly, would like the chance to debate the Baron once again, I will foot the bill to book that on a up coming show, with the understanding, after The Baron once again proves his point, Travis stops beating his on drum and goes into hiding. I will wait his response.

Travis feels the power of the claw. Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat.

Promoter Herb Simmons

While we await the answer from the man that Herb Simmons calls the Travis “the Crook” Cook lets look back at a classic promo from the Clawmaster as he prepares to go to battle with Jimmy Garvin in the AWA.

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