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Marc Lowrance

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World Class Championship Wrestling

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World Class Championship Wrestling

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"It was an old, run-down building to the naked eye, but it had a tremendous atmosphere," recalls Marc Lowrance, the ring announcer for WCCW.
"Any wrestling promotion is dependent on great heels," Lowrance says.


Everything about WCWA Tag Team Championship

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These telecasts were, in the beginning, seen in only a few markets and were hosted at various times by Gene Goodson, Steve Harms, and Marc Lowrance; when the show was taken over in 1982 by Continental Productions (a subsidiary of local station KXTX) and went to international syndication, well-known north Texas journalist/sportscaster Bill Mercer (a former play-by-play announcer for the Dallas Cowboys) became the ringside announcer at the Sportatorium.
Craig Johnson (real name: Jon Horton) then replaced Lowrance for the final two months of telecasts. Lowrance did return to the Sportatorium as ring announcer in September 1990 when World Class seceded from the USWA, and appeared occasionally during the 1990s. When Mercer moved to the syndicated telecasts, Marc Lowrance took over the KTVT show. - Marc Lowrance These telecasts were, in the beginning, seen in only a few markets and were hosted at various times by Gene Goodson, Steve Harms, and Marc Lowrance; when the show was taken over in 1982 by Continental Productions (a subsidiary of local station KXTX) and went to international syndication, well-known north Texas journalist/sportscaster Bill Mercer (a former play-by-play announcer for the Dallas Cowboys) became the ringside announcer at the Sportatorium. Craig Johnson (real name: Jon Horton) then replaced Lowrance for the final two months of telecasts. Lowrance did return to the Sportatorium as ring announcer in September 1990 when World Class seceded from the USWA, and appeared occasionally during the 1990s. When Mercer moved to the syndicated telecasts, Marc Lowrance took over the KTVT show. - Marc Lowrance


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These telecasts were, in the beginning, seen in only a few markets and were hosted at various times by Gene Goodson, Steve Harms, and Marc Lowrance; when the show was taken over in 1982 by Continental Productions (a subsidiary of local station KXTX) and went to international syndication, well-known north Texas journalist/sportscaster Bill Mercer (a former play-by-play announcer for the Dallas Cowboys) became the ringside announcer at the Sportatorium.
Craig Johnson (real name: Jon Horton) then replaced Lowrance for the final two months of telecasts. Lowrance did return to the Sportatorium as ring announcer in September 1990 when World Class seceded from the USWA, and appeared occasionally during the 1990s. When Mercer moved to the syndicated telecasts, Marc Lowrance took over the KTVT show. - Marc Lowrance


a.e.dor.no.wikimiki.org

These telecasts were, in the beginning, seen in only a few markets and were hosted at various times by Gene Goodson, Steve Harms, and Marc Lowrance; when the show was taken over in 1982 by Continental Productions (a subsidiary of local station KXTX) and went to international syndication, well-known north Texas journalist/sportscaster Bill Mercer (a former play-by-play announcer for the Dallas Cowboys) became the ringside announcer at the Sportatorium.
Craig Johnson (real name: Jon Horton) then replaced Lowrance for the final two months of telecasts. Lowrance did return to the Sportatorium as ring announcer in September 1990 when World Class seceded from the USWA, and appeared occasionally during the 1990s. When Mercer moved to the syndicated telecasts, Marc Lowrance took over the KTVT show. - Marc Lowrance


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