5 edition of The missing link found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 149-151.Includes index.
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On October 22, 1981, he won the with a victory over Gene Lewis. Robertson's sons, Jason and Mark, were also. For a few months, he and his wife were homeless until they received help from fellow wrestler.
That year, he also won a tournament The missing link the vacant in Toronto by defeating Gene Kiniski, Ken Patera and then in the final round. On February 18, 1982, however, he dropped the belt back to Lewis. He was a very popular in the area. The pair held the belts for almost two months before dropping it to and in February 1981. His next reign came in March 1982 when he teamed with to win the belts from Roger Kirby and.
He achieved his greatest fame late in his career, wrestling inmanaged by and in themanaged by and Jimmy Hart in the mid-1980s. During one match his right leg was broken while performing a sunset flip on one of the Kelly twins.
The Love Brothers regained the belts on September 8, but Robertson and Lyons won them back on December 29.
He was eventually discovered where he was taken to a nearby hospital where he later recovered.
In 2006, his Bang Your Head: The Real Story of The Missing Link was published by ECW Press.