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These are my own personal photographs from the event. While it was obviously a tribute to JCP and not the WWE, the convention itself paid homage to pro wrestling as a whole so I thought it suitable to include these on the site.
Included in these are photos from the Ole Anderson and Jim Cornette late night Q&A sessions. Both are available on VHS from RFVideo.com and are worth the cost.
Some of the vendors and merchandise on hand.
Nearing the end of the long line for autographs.
Sir Oliver Humperdink and former NWA World Champion Dory Funk Jr. meet the fans.
With a mouth full of Sprite, Jim Cornette pretends he's not posing for the camera.
Former editor of Pro Wrestling Illustrated, Bill Apter opens up the Ole Anderson Q&A session.
Scott Teal, Ole Anderson, and Bill Apter discuss Ole's new book.
"Is it alright if I cuss?"
Jim Cornette begins his Q&A session.
Bobby Eaton explains Cornette's dirty joke to referee Tommy Young as Sensational Sherri and Bambi look on.
Les Thatcher and JJ Dillon join the panel.
Legendary manager of the 4 Horsemen - James J Dillon.
Bill Apter shares a story about Jim Cornette, the PWI photographer.
Cornette and Eaton confront the Insane Clown Posse.
ICP moments before they were escorted from the room.
Day 2: The Living Legend signing autographs in one corner, Sensational Sherri signing in the opposite.
My friend Brian Dixon living vicariously through his replica NWA World Title,
signed by Dusty Rhodes, Ricky Steamboat, Ron Garvin, and Dory Funk Jr.