On this episode of the World Champions Podcast take a look at the incredible career and achievements of the man who would forever epitomize the role of world heavyweight champion, Lou Thesz. So great that he never needed a tagline, never needed a costume, needed nothing but his own skills. By being who he was and where he was Thesz changed what pro wrestling was and allowed it to evolve from a sport into a smartly-worked and engaging art.
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The cover picture’s original artwork is by Vaughn Bass (who’s signed the work) and slightly edited by myself; I found it via Google Image Search and it was the best color image to use. I claim no rights on the image and I’m not expecting profit to be made from its use (though I am asking for donations for the podcast). If the owner of the image would like it replaced I am certainly willing to comply.