Bobby Fulton, one-half of the legendary tag team The Fantastics, has been released from hospital following a battle with double pneumonia.
Bobby Fulton’s son Dillion previously alerted the world to the troubling news that Bobby Fulton was in the hospital battling both sepsis and double pneumonia. However, following a positive update on August 22nd, PWInsider has now confirmed that Fulton has been released from the hospital.
Bobby Fulton was a standout tag-team wrestler of the 1980’s teaming with Tommy Rogers as The Fantastics. Together the pair would win numerous regional tag team titles in several territories across the southern United States.
The Fantastics shared the Wrestling Observer Newsletter’s Feud of the Year Award in 1988 for their rivalry with the Midnight Express. The teams traded wins in the first half of 1988 culminating in the Midnights beating Fulton and Rogers for the NWA US Tag Team Championships at the Great American Bash. Jim Cornette, the Midnights’ manager, was forced to wear a straitjacket for the bout, while also being suspended above the ring in a cage.