- The Mulkeys were such chumps that they started to display the Mulkey Brothers’ loss-win record every time they wrestled..
- ~~~When they got to about 0-180 or thereabouts, they finally were allowed to win their first and only match..
- ~~~The Mulkeys defeated the Gladiators (George South and Gary Royal)! ——— Mulkeymania!!
- ~~~The Milkeys won the right to enter the Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup Tag Team Tournament..
- August 11, 2007—NWA Legends Show: The Mulkey Brothers (Bill & Randy Mulkey) defeated George South Jr. & George South Sr..
Steve Haffner (Long Time OWW user) wrote: Do you have the resources to find out if Bill and Randy Mulkey is their real names and if so, if they are related to Baylor women’s basketball coach Kim Mulkey. I looked at her photo and she looks like “A Mulkey”. I know that does not always mean anything because Trevor Murdoch looks a lot like Dirty Dick Murdoch although they are not related. If they are related to Kim Mulkey, please put that on their bio. They do need a little more of a bio. They were famous with only 1 win, even Barry Horowitz and Brooklyn Brawler had winning streaks. Please check your sources, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you very much.
James Walker wrote: I could not help but notice that your Mulky’s page (http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/profiles/m/mulkeys.html) missed the crowning achievement of the Mulky’s career. The pentacle of MulkyMania was their Winning STREAK against The Road Warriors. Not only did they win multiple matches against the warriors, but they actually took the straps off them (I don’t remember if it was the Mid-Atlantic or NWA World belts, but I do recall that this was on Crockett’s World Championship Wrestling show on TBS. It was punishment for the Road Warriors refusing to sell moves from the other guys in the locker-room. Each time the Mulkys won, it was by some fluke accident of fortune, but they racked up several wins over the Road Warriors on TV, and then, finally, dropped the belts in a total squash match that left them laying in the ring and carried out on stretchers.