While he was easily one of the best overall performers during his generation, Tully Blanchard was a bit of a headache backstage. Shortly before he decided to leave WWE, Blanchard ended up failing a drug test because of cocaine, so management had no choice but to fire him. Bobby Heenan had to replace him in the match at Survivor Series 1989.
May 1, 2014
Back in 1988, Tully Blanchard was one of the top stars in the NWA, and he had no intentions of leaving a place where he was established and comfortable. All that changed, however, when Blanchard and Arn Anderson had a dispute over pay with Dusty Rhodes, who was then serving as the head booker of the NWA. The duo quickly dropped the tag titles and headed to the WWE.
January 15, 2014
Prior to becoming a professional wrestler, Tully Blanchard was quite the athlete in college. He played football at West Texas State University, where the legendary Four Horsemen member was teammates with Ted DiBiase and Tito Santana. Blanchard started off as a quarterback for the team before being moved to defensive end.
January 14, 2014
After spending years abusing alcohol and drugs during the peak of his career in the NWA, Tully Blanchard decided to turn his life around after he failed to secure a contract to keep wrestling. He found religion and actually became a born again Christian and a minister. Blanchard focused his efforts on prisons and started teaching religion to prisoners.
March 14, 2013
Apparently, there is a fair amount of people out there that have been wondering about the net worth of Tully Blanchard, as several sites have used his name to target search engines. None have provided much information on his value. While the former US champion did not make a lot of money in the NWA and WWE, he also was quite the big spender during his days.
February 14, 2012