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    Baron Von Raschke AWA Wrestling Legend Signed 16x20" Black & White Photo. James Donald Raschke wrestled under the name of Jim Raschke, playing off of his amateur wrestling notoriety in the area. He eventually changed his ring name to Baron von Raschke and claimed to be from Germany. He would do a goosestep and then put his finisher known as the "brainclaw", on his opponent. His most memorable quote came at the end of an interview during which - running out of time before the next match and not fully hearing the question - he simply blurted out, "Dat is all da people need to know!" Signed in bold blue sharpie on this nice black & white 16x20" photo. COA from James Spence Authentication. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA

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    Feb-Mar, 2017
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