At nearly 53 years old, Terry Funk defeats Raven to win the ECW World Heavyweight title at Barely Legal ’97, the company’s first ever foray into pay per view
In the ORIGINAL ‘Empty Arena’ match, Terry Funk claims the only way he can be treated fairly in Jerry Lawler’s town of Memphis is to meet Lawler with no fans around to see it – and Lawler obliges.
2000 – Barry Blaustein’s critically acclaimed documentary, taking a look at life behind the scenes of pro wrestling, has its nationwide, theatrical release
Dory Funk Jr. has captured the Florida Heavyweight title, and during this promo, Terry proceeds to insult Kevin Sullivan, Dusty Rhodes, Mike Rotundo, and other contenders in the territory
Terry Funk defeats Jack Brisco in Tampa, Florida, to win the NWA World Heavyweight Championship
Lance Russell shows a tape of Terry Funk challenging Jerry Lawler to an Empty Arena Match, leaving The King to silently walk away in disgust
At WCW Halloween Havoc, Sting and Ric Flair team up to face Terry Funk and the Great Muta in the Thunderdome Steel Cage match, and the action gets hot!
A very spry, 38-year-old Terry Funk gives his famous FIRST retirement speech in Japan, memorably shouting “forever” over and over into the microphone
James J. Dillon has recruited Terry Funk to take out Dick Slater, and now The Funker is ready to collect more bounties from the dastardly manager
The Funker spells it right out for Gordon Solie, and tells “that egg-sucking dog”, Dusty Rhodes, exactly what he thinks of him
The Nature Boy returns to avenge his attack by Terry Funk and defend the NWA World Heavyweight title at The Great American Bash in Baltimore
Terry Funk says that he will do whatever he wants, and he won’t let any promoter tell him what to do
1979 – Terry Funk confronts the new Florida Heavyweight Champion and says he’s been telling lies about how Dusty Rhodes is a better athlete than Funk
Dory Funk, Jr. and Terry Funk defeat Karl and Kurt Von Brauner to win the Texas version of the NWA World Tag Team Championship
In Georgia, Terry Funk tells Gordon Solie that all the young wrestlers in the territory are crybabies, and Terry Taylor and Kevin Sullivan take exception