Today In Pro Wrestling History (Feb 12): The Mouth of the South Heads North

Today In Pro Wrestling History: On February 12th, 1985, Jimmy Hart made his WWF debut at a TV taping, managing both Greg “The Hammer” Valentine and Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart.

The episode would air on February 23rd, 1985. After a legendary run as the top heel manager in Memphis, Hart would achieve mainstream success in New York, eventually going on to a Hall of Fame career with the World Wrestling Federation.

Today In Pro Wrestling History 12th February: The Mouth of the South Heads North

Today In Pro Wrestling History February 12
Jimmy Hart.

Hart would move on to WCW in the mid-90s with former in-ring rival and real-life friend Hulk Hogan, where he would assume a production role.

With his background in music, he contributed to many of the tracks that the company used during that era.

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