Jan 2, 2021
The wrestling world lost Danny Hodge on Christmas Eve. The only wrestler to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated for his wrestling credentials, Hodge was a standout in three varieties of the sporting world - collegiate and international wrestling, boxing and professional wrestling.
As Hodge became one of the favorites in the world of
professional wrestling, he worked and trained with hundreds of
would-be superstars, including Robert Remus, an Eden Prairie,
Minnesota native who would later become one of the most iconic
superstars in the business, Sgt. Slaughter.
After Hodge’s passing, Sarge wrote a letter to the National Wrestling Hall of Fame recalling his memories of Danny Hodge.
On Episode 642 of Short Time, you hear him in his own words - part Remus, part Slaughter.
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Short Time Wrestling Podcast: Episode 642 - January 1, 2021