Bobby Fulton provides health update on cancer

Bobby Fulton, one half of the former NWA tag team, The Fantastics with Tommy Rogers recently provided a health update on Facebook.

Fulton revealed last December that he had been diagnosed with throat cancer.

He noted in his most recent post that most of his cancer is gone, except for a small tumor, and that the doctors will be looking more into it on Friday.  He closed his post with asking to be kept in thoughts and prayers.

Fulton, 59, real name James Hines, began his wrestling career in June 1977.  He and tag partner Tommy Rogers have made appearances in Mid-South Wrestling, WCCW, the NWA under Jim Crockett Promotions and a brief stint in the WWF/E.

The Fantastics are two-time NWA US Tag Team Champions, and also held the NWA Mid-American Tag Team Championships.

Fulton is a born-again Christian and has been preaching the Christian gospel since October 2003.

He wrestled his final match on May 26, 2018 for his World Classic Professional Big Time Wrestling promotion.

On behalf of the entire staff here at Wrestleview, we would like to wish Fulton the best as he continues to battle this terrible disease.

Most of my cancer is gone except for a small tumor. They will be looking into it more on Friday. Please continue to keep me in your thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Bobby Fulton on Tuesday, June 2, 2020