Managers in pro wrestling are certainly a dying breed. At one time, almost every great heel had a manager guiding their careers. Whether it was the Grand Wizard, Bobby Heenan, J.J. Dillon, Gary Hart, Skandor Akbar, Lou Albano, Red Berry, Arnold Skaaland but it is the more obscure manager that is the focus of this piece.
Not too long ago, I wrote about the difficulties of being a 2nd/3rd generation wrestler entitled The Generation Gap: Wrestling Legacies.
In this piece, I take a look at some of these 2nd and 3rd generation wrestlers. Some you may have heard of…others not so much…not yet anyway. A new generation of wrestlers looking to make a name for themselves.