Stan Frazier ran his own small independent promotion and trained wrestlers, one of his pupils was Bob “Hardcore” Holly..
July 1, 1992: Stan Frazier passed away at the age of 61 and buried in Biloxi, Mississippi..
Dale Pierce wrote: One of the funniest angles in Tennessee came when Plowboy lost his prized rooster to the Jimmy Hart stable. On the next television showing, Jimmy Hart, along with The Heartbreakers and others, came on with a tray of fried chicken they claimed was the rooster and ate it in front of the crowd. Some fans were actually crying, buying the whole routine.
A hand-made fan’s sign left behind at a Phoenix show, picked up by one of the wrestlers as the ring was being torn down and passed about after the arena cleared out, provoked great laughter. The sign said, “Uncle Elmer is the Only Uncle Of Wrestling.” The sheer nonsense of the proclamation provoked much laughter among the ring crew and the wrestlers..
Robert Louis Howell wrote: Stan Frazier appeared as Big Tex under his ‘Convict’ mask and was managed by The Assassins. The ‘Big Tex’ bit was a dig at the Professional’s protege Tex MacKenzie as the Super Pro (Protege) was a dig at the pro. The Assassins were careful not to infringe on trademarks as they had successfully sued Mario Galento over the name of his Super Assassins. (Later Super Assailants) — The Assassins allegedly traded Paul Demarco to Homer Odell in exchange for Big Tex and The Super Protege (Bogni).. Frazier and Bogni teamed for some matches without great success. Losing to The Professional and his Protege Tex Mackenzie. After The Assassins turned on Frazier, he and Bogni wrestled each other still under the masks..
August 16, 1937
Height and Weight
The Big Tex (Georgia) Giant Tex Frazier (Georgia) Jim Younger (Tennessee) The Convict (L.A. & Japan) "Tiny" Frazier (Gulf Coast) Pascagoula Plowboy (Gulf Coast) Big Rebel Frazier (Memphis) Plowboy (Memphis) Kamila II (Memphis) Giant Hillbilly (Memphis)
Chain Wrapped Fist (Convict) Choke with Chain (Convict) The Hillbilly Splash
Sam Bass Dick Murdoch Count Drummer Karl Kramer Dream Machine The Heartbreakers John Studd Bad Boy Hines Dick Murdoch Mr. Wrestling Eddie Sullivan Pedro Zapata Jim Dalton Jerry Lawler Big Tex McKenzie (Georgia) Shoei Baba (Japan) The Freebirds (Gulf Coast) Blackjack Daniels Nikita Mulkovitch Donny Anderson The Vachon Brothers Roddy Piper (WWF) Jesse Ventura (WWF) Adrian Adonis (WWF)