Hi Ron, One day while driving to Ag Hall, we stopped by an establishement in Cherry Hill, NJ. My niece at that time was around 8 or 9 & like her Aunt & Uncle she was a huge wrestling fan. When we exited our vehicle she saw you & she exclaimed "Ooh look its Ron Shaw"!!! to which you walked by & asked her "did you see him too" & the ensuing autograph you gave her made her day UNTIL that night at the TV tapings, we were sitting in our normal seating area & when you came out from the curtain, you noticed us sitting there & There was no railing at that time was only a rope with flags & you reached over & gave her a high five, although you were a heel on the way to the ring & thumbus up on your way back & that is something she/we never forgot.... Thank You
I am also a Kowalski alumni and every year on Massachusetts we have an IWF Reunion and Hall of Fame ceremony. We would love for you to join us next year...please contact me as soon as you can. Thank you
Hi Ron! My name's James and I'm the owner and operator of the WSI YouTube channel, which is one of YouTube's most subscribed (120,000 subs) and most viewed (500,000+ views per month) - I am doing a special episode on WWF enhancement talent of the 80s and 90s and was wondering if you would be interested in being a part of it in the form of a pre-recorded interview? If you have half an hour or so to spare and would like to be a part of it, please get in touch with the email provided and I've included my website link as well.
Hi Ron! Great site...great videos...great memories! I introduced my kids to you via "The Phantom Submission" match...which I vividly remember seeing at 8 years old. I cheered so damn loud when your hand was raised in victory...and my dad saying something along the lines of "didn't see that coming!". You have alluded to Bobby Heenan and Hulk Hogan tipping you off to something being up with David before the match. I am curious to know what was happening in the locker room afterwards. Did any of the "top brass" come down on you for anything that happened?
Dear Mr. Shaw - My brothers and I used to love watching you wrestle. The perpetual underdog - we were always pulling for you! Glad to see you are doing well. Thanks for your craft/skill in the wrestling and entertainment industry.