Let’s get to the point. Reggie Parks is the King Of Belts. This is not just a saying or a term based solely on respect, it is a FACT. Mr. Parks, a former professional wrestler, has been in the business of making championship belts for over 40 years for almost (if not every) mayor pro wrestling organization in the world, from the WW(F)E, WCW, NWA, AWA, UWF, Pro Wrestling Noah, Ring Of Honor, and NCW.
For the uninitiated, Reggie Parks was a very successful wrestler in the Midwestern regional territories in the 1960’s and 1970’s, in which one of his one-screen talents was coming out on television just to perform push-ups on his fingertips with his arms stretched out right in front of him. Parks finished his professional wrestling career in the mid-1980’s in Arizona and had a brief stint as a referee in the WWF in the southwestern United States during that time period. Today, Parks resides in Tucson, AZ where he runs a carpet cleaning business and a belt manufacturing business.
Here are some of his more notable championship belts:
Below are a list of Reggie Parks’ accomplishments during the course of his pro wrestling career
- NWA (San Francisco) World Tag Team titles w/Enrique Torres defeating Magnificent Maurice & Ed Miller (August 8, 1961);
- AWA Midwest Tag Team titles w/Doug Gilbert defeating Dale Lewis & Mitsu Arakawa (August 12, 1967);
- AWA Midwest Tag Team titles w/Doug Gilbert defeating Mike Dibiase & Bob Orton Sr. (November, 1967);
- AWA Midwest Tag Team titles w/Doug Gilbert defeating Mad Dog Vachon & Bob Orton Sr. (March 22, 1968);
- AWA Midwest Tag Team titles w/Woody Farmer defeating The Avenger & Mike Dibiase (October 12, 1968);
- AWA Midwest Tag Team titles w/Stan Pulaski defeating Al Ben Khan & Great Kimura [via tournament] (November 15, 1969);
- AWA Midwest Tag Team titles w/Stan Pulaski defeating The Claw & Rock Rogowski (1971);
- NWA Western States Tag Team titles w/Scott Casey defeating Randy Tyler & Bobby Jaggers (June, 1976);
- NWA (Amarillo) International Heavyweight title defeating Johnny Weaver (February, 1977);
[Thanks Online World of Wrestling]