Bobby Fulton Title History NWA Central States Television title defeating Roger Kirby (December 1, 1983); SCW Southwest Junior Heavyweight title defeating Adrian Street (March 19, 1984); SCW Southwest Junior Heavyweight title defeating Eric Embry (June 13, 1984); NWA (World Class) American tag team titles w/ Tommy Rogers defeating Bill and Scott Irwin (October 22, 1984); NWA (World Class) American tag team titles w/ Tommy Rogers defeating Bobby Eaton and Dennis Condrey (May 6, 1985); AWA Southern tag team titles w/ Tommy Rogers defeating Bigfoot and Jonathan Boyd [Tournament] (January 13, 1986); UWF (Mid South) World tag team titles w/ Tommy Rogers defeating Butch Miller and Luke Williams (March 30, 1986); UWF (Mid South) World tag team titles w/ Tommy Rogers defeating Sting and Eddie Gilbert (September 27, 1986); WCWA (World Class) World tag team titles w/ Tommy Rogers defeating Brian Adias and Al Madril (March 4, 1987); WCWA (World Class) World tag team titles w/ Tommy Rogers defeating Tommy Lane and Mike Davis for vacant titles (May 4, 1987); PWA (Pro Wrestling America) tag team titles w/ Tommy Rogers defeating Terminators (August 16, 1987); NWA United States tag team titles w/ Tommy Rogers defeating Stan Lane and Bobby Eaton (April 26, 1988); NWA United States tag team titles w/ Tommy Rogers defeating Ron Simmons and Eddie Gilbert [Tournament] (December 7, 1988); SMW (Smoky Mountain Wrestling) tag team titles w/ Jackie Fulton defeating Tom Prichard and Stan Lane (August 8, 1992); SSW (Tennessee) tag team titles w/ Ricky Morton defeating Roger Anderson and Frank Parker (April 4, 1996); Career Highlights Bobby Fulton’s brother Jackie Fulton (Real Name: George Hines) also became a professional wrestler. Bobby Fulton turned down a six-figure contract to appear at New York’s Chippendales Club. James Hines started wrestling as a 16 year old in 1977 as Bobby Fulton. Bobby Fulton spent his early career in Ohio training and wrestling with the likes of Lord Zoltan, Fred Curry, Bull Curry and Dr. Jerry Graham . He worked for WWWF on the Allentown and Hamburg Television tapings where he faced Steve Travis and Fred Curry. He worked for Nick Gulas in Nashville where he paired up with Eric Embry as the “brother” tag team of Bobby and Don Fulton. Bobby Fulton then moved onto the Hart’s Calgary territory working with the likes of Bret Hart, The Dynamite Kid, The Cuban Assassin, Bobby Bass, Ross Hart, Bruce Hart, Giant Haystacks and Davey Boy Smith. Then it was on to the short-lived Knoxville territory forming a tag team with Terry Taylor called “The Fantastic Ones”. After the territory closed, Hines and Taylor split up. Bobby Fulton moved on to the Jerry Jarrett’s Memphis territory where he worked preliminary matches. He then went to SouthWest wrestling in San Antonio, Texas for Joe Blanchered battling Adrian Street, and Eric Embry in a series of scaffold matches. His new tag team partner Tommy Rogers started for Bill Watts’ Mid South Wrestling. There the Fantasics (Fulton and Rogers) formed and feuded with the Midnight Express. ~~~In 1984, the team continued their feud with The Midnight Express in World Class Championship Wrestling that later extended into the NWA. ~~~In 1986, they had a feud with The Sheepherders (who would become the “Bushwackers”), Butch Miller and Luke Williams in the Universal Wrestling Federation. ~~~In 1987, back in WCCW, they feuded with the Rock ‘n’ Roll RPMs ( Mike Davis and Tommy Lane). They won the feud by winning a scaffold match at “The Parade of Champions” on May 3, 1987. The Fantastics also made an appearance at the World Wrestling Council in Puerto Rico. ~~~They next went to the NWA’s Jim Crockett Promotions to continue their feud with The Midnight Express and to win the NWA United States Tag Team Titles on two occasions. ~~~In 1989, they left the NWA and have been wrestling, sometimes together, sometimes not, in the independent circuit around the United States, and in All Japan Pro Wrestling. Bobby Fulton used to receive a HUGE amount of fan mail, mostly from female fans. September 4, 2004 – Big Time Wrestling: Stan Lee defeated “Fantastic” Bobby Fulton . October 30, 2004 – U of Virginia Children’s Medical Center Benefit: Fantastics (Rogers/Fulton) b Midnight Express (Condrey/Eaton). November 6, 2004 – Carolina Championship Wrestling: Gary Royal and Thunderfoot b Bobby Fulton and Bodyguard and Bruiser Graham. December 4, 2004 – Carolina Championship Wrestling: Gary Royal defeated Bobby Fulton. January 8, 2005 – Carolina Championship Wrestling: Bobby Fulton defeated Gary Royal. January 18, 2005 – Southern Championship Wrestling: The Fantastics defeated The Midnight Express in a Steel Cage Match ~~~Tommy Rogers and Bobby Fulton beat Bobby Eaton and Dennis Condrey w/ Terri Runnels to capture the vacant tag team Titles. January 29, 2005 – WrestleReunion: The RnR Express and The Fantastics beat The Midnight Express (Condrey/Eaton/Lane/Cornette). April 9, 2005 – Carolina Championship Wrestling: Brad Anderson defeated Bobby Fulton. May 7, 2005 – Carolina Championship Wrestling: Bobby Fulton defeated George South Sr.. August 13, 2005 – Carolina Championship Wrestling: Bobby Fulton defeated George South Sr.. September 10, 2005 – Carolina Championship Wrestling: Bobby Fulton defeated George South Sr.. June 17, 2006 – Carolina Classic Wrestling: American Eagle (George Hines) w/Del Wilkes defeated Bobby Fulton. July 22, 2006 – Mad-Pro Wrestling: “Fantastic” Bobby Fulton beat “RockNRoll” Ricky Morton in an Old School Grudge match. July 29, 2006 – Revolutionary Championship Wrestling: Dirk Extreme and Bobby Fulton defeated Judas Thorn and Ricochet September 2, 2006 – Big Time Wrestling: Bobby Fulton and Jackie Fulton defeated The Assassins.. September 16, 2006 – Big Time Wrestling: Bobby Fulton defeated Dr. Tom Prichard in the main event.. July 28, 2007 – Big Time Wrestling: Bobby Fulton defeated “Beautiful” Bobby Eaton in Chillicothe, Ohio. September 1, 2007 – -Big Time Wrestling: Bobby Fulton (promoter) defeated Brad Thomas in Pennington Gap, Virginia. September 1, 2007 – -Big Time Wrestling: Rick Kelley and Brad Thomas defeated Scotty McKeever and Bobby Fulton September 29, 2007 – Big Time Wrestling: Bobby Fulton beat Bobby Eaton (Bobby Fulton then beat manager Jim Cornette). October 20, 2007 – Big-Time Wrestling: Bobby Fulton defeated Killer Kent II in Boone, North Carolina.