Terry Funk: Spirit of '76
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When Terry Funk shocked the wrestling world by defeating Jack Brisco in Miami to close out 1975, the NWA entered a new era with a new champion whose brawling style was his way of saying, "Funk You," to traditionalists.
This photo, taken from Funk's first publicity shoot shortly after winning the 10 pounds of gold, was shot in black-and-white as that style would appear better in newspaper ads and window posters promoting upcoming title defenses. I added a little 70s-style color to capture the groovy spirit of the times, making it appear almost like an iron-on transfer from the decade.
Then I placed it on a '70s-soft, comfy hoodie, complete with cuffed long sleeves.
The style is as crazy good as Terry's and the perfect tag partner in your battles with Jack Frost and Old Man Winter this season.
Tale of the Tape.
Unisex Pullover Hoodie | Bella + Canvas 3719
60% airlume combed, rasslin'-ring-spun cotton, 40% poly fleece*
Retail fit for extra comfort
Fabric weight 6.5 oz/yd2 (220.39 g/m2)