Rev. Marc H Lowrance – born July 5, 1959 – is a United Methodist minister.
He previously worked as a former sports anchor and professional wrestling announcer, best known as one of the voices of World Class Championship Wrestling, a Dallas, Texas-based wrestling organization operated by Fritz Von Erich during the 1980s.
Lowrance’s easy-going announcing style and a few memorable one-liners, as well as memorable interviews with other wrestlers, made him one of the most well-known wrestling announcers in the country.
Michael St. John was a host and commentator for the USWA.
Craig Johnson was a wrestling announcer. Johnson was an announcer for a few years in the USWA before joining the GWF.
Guadalupe Robledo – born December 12, 1933 – was a Mexican professional wrestler. He was best known by the ring name of José Lothario. Jose performed for such promotions as the NWA and the WWF. Lothario died on November 6,...