Never a bad word said, about Sandy Scott: RIP age 75

Posted by Andy Durham on March 12, 2010 at 12:52 pm under Professional | Comments are off for this article

From the accounts we have been reading, Sandy Scott did not use foul language and his peers did not have cross words to say about him. Sure, they may have had a few beefs with the man, when Scott was in charge of different phases of the wrestling business, but all in all, Sandy Scott left out of here yesterday on a good note and fans and associates are saying nothing but good things, about the “Great Scott”.

Former professional wrestler, booker and promoter Sandy Scott died yesterday(Thursday March 11), at the age of 75, in Roanoke, Virginia. He formed a tag-team back in the 60’s and 70’s with his brother George Scott and they were known as the “Flying Scotts”…

George and Sandy Scott were known throughout the NWA Mid-Atlantic region back in the day and they were one of the top tag-teams to ever come through this area. George and Sandy Scott were outstanding and they made many contrubutions to the business of professional wrestling in many different ways.

Check out this video from WDBJ-7 News in Roanoke, Virginia on the death of Sandy Scott as it comes your way from the Mid-Atlantic Gateway……

Excellent video from the Mid-Atlantic Gateway courtesy of Dick Bourne and David Chappell, who do a super job covering the Glory Days of the NWA Mid-Atlantic Territory….

Also Click Here to read the Sandy Scott obituary from Slam Wrestling. This gives you all the background on Sandy Scott and takes you from the Mid-Atlantic, to Smokey Mountain, and then on to ACW…..

Sandy Scott, a good man who others enjoyed being around, in a very tough business.

Sandy Scott:RIP 3/11/2010

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