It never stops.
The urge to get back in the ring does not stop for some no matter how many miles that have put on their bodies or the age they are currently at. That very sentiment stands for WWE Hall Of Famer "Bullet" Bob Armstrong. At the age of 78-years old and turning 79 this October, Bob Armstrong will be in action this Saturday at the '431 Sports Arena' in Boaz, Alabama competing at the 40-year anniversary show of the 'American Championship Wrestling' promotion.
The match is a part of "Bullet" Bob's retirement tour and more information on the event can be found at the 'ACW Sports Arena' Facebook page.
Bob Armstrong began his career in the 1960's and has been rolling on since. After spending 30 years in the business Armstrong went into "semi-retirement" and once served as the commissioner of Smokey Mountain Wrestling. Throughout the 2000's he made a number of appearances for TNA where he had the opportunity to work with his son--current WWE producer Brian "Road Dogg" James. Armstrong last competed during the summer of 2017 in a tag team match for the 'Sunbelt Wrestling Entertainment' promotion where he teamed up with Tommy Rich to defeat the duo of Fidel Sierra and Francisco Ciatso. One year later the former NWA North American Heavyweight Champion is stepping into the ring one last time as a part of his retirement tour after having tallied up nearly 60 years in the business.