Bobby Fulton's throat cancer has returned

Bobby Fulton’s son Dillon announced that his father’s cancer has returned, and that he (Bobby Fulton) has been hospitalized.

Fulton was half of the former NWA tag team, The Fantastics with Tommy Rogers, has officially announced his retirement from professional wrestling.

This past week, Fulton officially announced his retirement from professional wrestling.

Last December Fulton revealed on social media he had been diagnosed with throat cancer. Back in June, Fulton had indicated that most of his cancer was gone and that God has truly blessed him.

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.

From the entire staff at Wrestleview, our thoughts and prayers are with the Fulton family during this difficult time.

We continue to wish Bobby Fulton a speedy recovery as he continues to fight throat cancer.