Dear Mr. Shaw - My brothers and I used to love watching you wrestle. The perpetual underdog - we were always pulling for you! Glad to see you are doing well. Thanks for your craft/skill in the wrestling and entertainment industry.
Just found your blog! Watch The Brawl to Settle it All and you're fighting Sika. Went to check up on you and very pleased to see you very active!. I'll be reading everything you have here. Thank you for the work you did. Every wrestling match needs a great
dance partner. I only wish the WWE would celebrate true journeyman. All the best!
Hi Mr. Shaw...Did you drive a Yellow Bus for the School District of Philadelphia back in the mid-80's? I think you were my bus driver. I remember you had a broken leg. I think I still have your autograph on my report card. I have always been a fan, and
look forward to site updates.
You should check this out. There a whole Pinterest album of you.
Great website. Lot's of history here. I was wondering if you ever wrestled as the Executioners (tag team) with Bobby Heenan as your manager in Memphis, TN. I am just trying to figure out who the executioners were in this video:
Thanks for the memories.
Hey Ron you are also on Facebook, like to connect with you champ, a real living legend in pro wrestler. Keep it up Mister.
Hey there Ron. Longtime fan and really like the website. Was wondering if you had any interest in appearing at wrestling conventions or could possibly sign an item I have? Thanks.
Ron, it was such a thrill to see you in Atlantic City after many many years and looking forward to our reunion again next April. Your site is fantastic
David Sammartino lifted you over his head a filmed match before the phantom submission
Love your work Ron, i got a question.. how long did you wrestler as the executioner in 1981 in the WWF for? I read Pete Doherty also wrestled as the Executioner which causes some confussion for me.
Thanks Ron!!! I was one of the guys at Hamburg Fieldhouse for the 3 weeks of taping for all-star wrestling. My buddies and I use holler Ron Shaw when you would come out as the masked executioner!!! Those were great times!!!
Hi Mister Ron, You are a Great Champion i'm big fan of you, your body is awesome, hope to see more videos. could you please take some pictures with wrestling trunks. thanks
Great wrestling interview last week. I was there when you pinned Chief Jay Strongbow for the win that had to be another upset for you
Keep up the good work. More matches, please.
Love the page.
Like the Allentown video.
How about a shoot interview Ron?
Quite the run Big Ron
I can hardly believe it. 😎Pretty cool; very interesting.
Rick Workman (TME)
Hey Ron. Glad to see you finally got a web presence going. Wish I still had access to all those pictures you & your dad shared. Would be a great addition to your site.
Doug "Flex" Yasinsky
Ron it's time to get on Facebook! Hope all is well
C.N.Redd here. I was the first (along with "Doug Flex") to be trained by Big Ron (and Larry Winters) in the spring/summer of 1989.
I don't know if I've ever said it at the time, but a huge THANK YOU goes out to BGS.
The phonies and politics drove me from the ring early in my so-called "career" (Went to computer school afterward and do that for a living), but Ron was an exception to the rule. He was (and, I'm sure, still is) a class act.
Ron put up a couple of pictures in the slide show section of his site from a match where he was my manager. Here's that match (in two parts) on YouTube (My third match ever...and definitely needed his help).
Hello Ron...I was a big fan of yours and recently came across some of your matches on YouTube. Excellent. Love the Sammartino match..tossing him around like a sack of potatoes. Tom in West Palm Beach, FL
I remember your brief push as a face with Killer's ill-fated Bedlam From Boston. That was fun.
I was in attendance in Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens in December 1985, when you pinned Rene Goulet. It was considered an upset. I remember you used a sunset flip to stun a surprised Goulet. Good to see that you are doing well 30 years later.