COWBOY SCOTT CASEY RELEASES AUTOBIOGRAPHY By Mike Johnson on 2019-06-07 13:04:00
Former WWE star Cowboy Scott Casey, who had a long run across a number of promotions and territories, has released an official autobiography titled One Last Ride.
Casey, 72 years old, wrestled for World Class Championship Wrestling (including a memorable feud with John Tatum), The Blanchard family's Southwest Championship Wrestling and wrestled for several years for the WWF. After retiring, Casey has worked in the security field. The book will cover his life and experiences in professional wrestling.
Promotional material for the book notes:
If you were a pro wrestling fan in the 70's and 80's, you were familiar with the name "Cowboy" Scott Casey. Scott made a great name for himself in the Southwest part of the country but also traveled throughout the United States and all over the World as an accomplished professional wrestler.
In "One Last Ride", you'll learn all about Scott's ups and downs throughout his nearly 20 year professional career. You'll read first hand stories about Ric Flair, Wahoo McDaniel, Hulk Hogan and the "8th Wonder of the World" Andre the Giant.
Saddle up as "Cowboy" takes you on an unforgettable trip into the squared circle and and then along for the ride from town to town on the highways and byways of this land