Wrestling legend Bobby Fulton was best known as half of the tag team The Fantastics, which included Tommy Rogers. They engaged in conflict with groups like The Midnight Express and Bushwhackers. Fulton was recently rushed to the hospital due to pneumonia.

The veteran wrestler was taken to the hospital and given a double pneumonia diagnosis this morning. On the Twitter account for the professional wrestlers, Dillon Hines, the wrestler’s son, posted this information regarding his father. He urged his followers to pray for his father.

Came back home from NC for the weekend with dad, an hour out had to rush him to the hospital. They’ve pronounced that dad is sepsis and has double pneumonia! Please keep him in your prayers thanks!

On June 17th, 1977, Bobby Fulton made his pro wrestling debut. He continued to be involved in the company until a few years ago. In July 2020, he retired from in-ring competition.


In Ohio in 1990, Fulton also launched his own wrestling promotion. The predecessor to Smoky Mountain Wrestling was a show called James Hines presents Big Time Wrestling. Stay tuned to Ringside News to get the latest updates on his health.

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