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concerned

London, KY

#1 Feb 3, 2009
i am trying find out weather or not dale mann the wrestler raped a girl in burksville any inf would help trying to find out
facts

Columbia, KY

#2 Feb 3, 2009
I do know he's a murderer. In my opinion Dale Mann is the lowest form of scum that has ever been on the face of this planet. If he raped a girl then I pray justice gets served on his sorry hide in this case because he got away with murder in Russell County.
maxine

Crockett, TX

#3 Feb 3, 2009
facts wrote:
I do know he's a murderer. In my opinion Dale Mann is the lowest form of scum that has ever been on the face of this planet. If he raped a girl then I pray justice gets served on his sorry hide in this case because he got away with murder in Russell County.
who did he murder?
facts

Columbia, KY

#4 Feb 3, 2009
A guy they called "Butch" and his last name was Peterson.
Disapointed

Harrison, AR

#5 Feb 3, 2009
I believe if you'd check back a few years, you'd find he has killed more than one and got away with it.
CRAZY

Russell Springs, KY

#6 Feb 3, 2009
well if you need to ask dale anything you can come right over here to russell county and ask him.he is not that hard to find,or better yet if you need to know anything eles about him why don't u just put ur # on here instead of his name and he can call u,or if u want he can come on down to burkesville and meet u ,if that's what u want.so what's it going 2 b? you did say u wanted 2 know so he could tell u better than anyone.
his daughter

Russell Springs, KY

#7 Jul 1, 2011
look you stupid ass people who have nothing else better do then sit on your fatasses and talk shit aboutpeople just because your jealous of wha e has done i his lif.an i tl you what yea he did kill that man becase he as protecting hi family an he would do it agin in a heart bea for them an if that sounds like a child malester you uys have your alls wires all crossed you al are rashy people with na lifes.!!!!!so quit talking shit an grow the fuck up.please thank you.
Oh Daddy

Greensburg, KY

#8 Jul 1, 2011
his daughter wrote:
look you stupid ass people who have nothing else better do then sit on your fatasses and talk shit aboutpeople just because your jealous of wha e has done i his lif.an i tl you what yea he did kill that man becase he as protecting hi family an he would do it agin in a heart bea for them an if that sounds like a child malester you uys have your alls wires all crossed you al are rashy people with na lifes.!!!!!so quit talking shit an grow the fuck up.please thank you.
Your daddy should thought more about his daughter and sent her to school so she could have got an education in spelling. Lordy, I never tried to read something so hard in my life, GIRL GET IN SCHOOL, AND IF YOU ARE IN SCHOOL, YOU NEED TO BE PUT IN AN ENGLISH BAD... LIKE RIGHT NOW!!!
punk

Ashburn, VA

#9 Jul 2, 2011
Dale mann is a big punk.

As big as he is and has to shoot someone ..

A PUNK !!!!!
his daughter

Russell Springs, KY

#10 Jul 4, 2011
you ALL can kiss my ass.way to trashy and way to sorry,you talk about him being a punk why and the hell are you talking shit about him on a damn computer and not to his face.and i dont who you are running your damn mouth about me but ill whoop your damn ass beleive me im not fuckng scared thats for sure,if you ALL want to talk shit about our family and about our lives you can find us an russell county and i can absoutly promise you ull leave here with a ass whooping!!!!!!!!!!
I know

Casey, IL

#11 Jul 4, 2011
Shana u nt goin do shit
Think Not

Burkesville, KY

#12 Jul 4, 2011
his daughter wrote:
look you stupid ass people who have nothing else better do then sit on your fatasses and talk shit aboutpeople just because your jealous of wha e has done i his lif.an i tl you what yea he did kill that man becase he as protecting hi family an he would do it agin in a heart bea for them an if that sounds like a child malester you uys have your alls wires all crossed you al are rashy people with na lifes.!!!!!so quit talking shit an grow the fuck up.please thank you.
You're as sorry as that damn daddy of yours you nasty bitch. Dale Mann killed Butch Peterson in cold blood. Officials wasn't going to prosecute the big thing they claimed help Russell county when he was bringing in money with his sideshow freaks. He wasn't protecting anybody. He was messing with Butch's WIFE and Butch confronted his ass and he was shot by this scumbag. Mind you Butch might've weighed 100-130 lbs soaking wet and Dale was a big guy and a self proclaimed wrestler who could've handled Butch with an ass whippin instead of killing him in front of his kid. It wouldn't surprise me if Dale raped this girl. He is scum of the Earth and his fmily isn't much better in my eyes.
Oh Daddy

Brownsville, KY

#13 Jul 4, 2011
his daughter wrote:
you ALL can kiss my ass.way to trashy and way to sorry,you talk about him being a punk why and the hell are you talking shit about him on a damn computer and not to his face.and i dont who you are running your damn mouth about me but ill whoop your damn ass beleive me im not fuckng scared thats for sure,if you ALL want to talk shit about our family and about our lives you can find us an russell county and i can absoutly promise you ull leave here with a ass whooping!!!!!!!!!!
Number one, I don't do butt kissing, even a good looking one. Number two, why can't BIG BAD DADDY TAKE UP FOR HISSELF, instead of his OH SO BAD DAUGHTER(GETTING ON THE COMPUTER) taking up for him. Number three,I don't know you or your family, but I WILL SAY THIS: JUST IN YOUR POSTING what little I can half way read, speaks volume about you and your family, does putting all those cuss words make you feel big and bad, cause if it does, your about 5' 3" weighting in at about 275lbs., sounds like you just want to WHOOP SOMEBODY, why do you and daddy have a play around wrestling match, if not, I know where Russell County is, now you have invited people to come to your home so we can get a good old whooping, and you can promise me that. So give it up honey, WHATS YOUR ADDRESS IN RUSSELL COUNTY, don't promise something if you can't deliver.
Oh Daddy

Greensburg, KY

#14 Jul 5, 2011
his daughter wrote:
you ALL can kiss my ass.way to trashy and way to sorry,you talk about him being a punk why and the hell are you talking shit about him on a damn computer and not to his face.and i dont who you are running your damn mouth about me but ill whoop your damn ass beleive me im not fuckng scared thats for sure,if you ALL want to talk shit about our family and about our lives you can find us an russell county and i can absoutly promise you ull leave here with a ass whooping!!!!!!!!!!
Where are you at, haven't heard from you. Did you enroll in school!
next door

Casey, IL

#15 Jul 6, 2011
r u has hot as ur mom if so i want u both
jesse

Elizabethtown, KY

#16 Jul 6, 2011
A Jamestown native who achieved much success on the professional wrestling circuit in the 1980’s and 90s’ as Cousin Junior and Moondog Cujo, among other ring names, died early Tuesday of natural causes at a Franklin, Ind. Hospital.
Lanny Kean, 48, made his professional wrestling debut in Kentucky in the early 1980s and traveled the world for more than two decades helping to put smiles on fans’ faces.
“He started out as ‘Luscious’ Lanny, just wrestling in schools and stuff like that,” said Kean’s sister, Sandra Campbell of Russell Springs. Kean wrestled under Russell Countian Dale Mann’s promotion early in his career.
“You could probably write a book with all the stuff Lanny’s done over his 48 years,” said his brother, Jerry Kean.“I don’t know if he ever put anything down in writing or not but from the time he was 18 until he died some form of wrestling was his passion.”
In 1985, Kean was noticed by World Wrestling Entertainment, formerly the World Wrestling Federation, and was immediately thrust into the limelight as a member of the Hillbilly family stable as Cousin Junior alongside legendary superstar Hillbilly Jim, according to Campbell. As Cousin Junior his signature move became the “mule kick” and he often carried a horseshoe inside a sack he brought to the ring.
“It was just amazing, you know,” Campbell said.“He just loved that and he loved what he was doing and that was just him. That’s what he lived for.”
His fiancée, Sandra Deel, said that Kean achieved just about everything he wanted to in life.
“He loved to entertain and he always wanted to be the center of attention,” Deel said.“I’ve had I don’t know how many phones calls.”
Deel, who had known Lanny for 26 years, said she had gotten some calls from people who never met him, but did see him perform. He obviously had a positive impact on their lives.
“He would’ve given anybody the shirt off his back,” she said.
As part of his WWF hillbilly gimmick, Kean became a part of wrestling lore as he feuded with popular wrestlers Jesse “The Body” Ventura,“Cowboy” Bob Orton and “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, among others.
jesse

Elizabethtown, KY

#17 Jul 6, 2011
According to published reports, Kean’s “Cousin Junior” character was based on Jethro Bodine from the television show “The Beverly Hillbillies,” as suggested by successful wrestling manager Jimmy Hart, who held a high position in the WWF.
Campbell, his sister, said that Kean was dedicated to fully putting himself into his in-ring persona each time he stepped into the squared-circle.
After his stint in the WWE was over, Kean went on to wrestle in the Continental Wrestling Association as “Hillbilly Junior,” teaming with Stan Frazier as “Giant Hillbilly” to win the American Wrestling Association’s Southern Tag Team Championship in the summer of 1986, one of the highlights of his career.
His next stop on the professional wrestling circuit was the Memphis-based United States Wrestling Association in the early 90s’ where he performed as a member of the Moondogs tag team as Moondog Cujo, a more violent, villainous character.
But people still cheered for him, Deel said. She said it didn’t matter if he played the good guy or the bad guy, people always rooted for him.
Kean participated in many “hardcore” matches during his stint in the USWA, often using chairs, chains and other weapons in high excitement matches.
Kean also wrestled under the names Big Daddy Cyrus and “Bloody” Ox Brody in the USWA amidst a feuding storyline with WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler, a wrestler/commentator for the popular WWE Monday night Raw wrestling show and former WWE Champion Sid Vicious.
After taking a few years off from in-ring competition, Kean returned to his Moondog Cujo and Cousin Junior gimmicks just recently and competed in several more matches and, at the time of his death, was planning on performing at a wrestling legends event in the coming months.
“He made a lot of friends over the years,” Campbell said. Some of which the family met were Hillbilly Jim, Cory Macklin,“Macho Man” Randy Savage, Jerry “the King” Lawler, Andre the Giant and Hulk Hogan, among others.
“He had a zest for life,” said his brother, Jerry.“He had a big impact on kids at his wrestling shows.”
Deel said many people may not realize it, but those in the wrestling business are like a band of brothers, so to speak.
“They had each other’s back,” she said.“Just like a family ... and that was nice.”
Kean is survived by his daughter, Krystal Hopper, fiancée Sandra Deel, his mother, Grace Kean, his brother Jerry Kean of Edinburg, Ind. and his sister, Sandra Campbell of Russell Springs. Other survivors include four nieces, three great-nieces and two great-nephews. His father, Paul Kean, preceded him in death.
“He done what he wanted to do,” said Grace Kean, Lanny’s mother.“He really did love it.”
jesse

Elizabethtown, KY

#18 Jul 6, 2011
A Jamestown native who achieved much success on the professional wrestling circuit in the 1980’s and 90s’ as Cousin Junior and Moondog Cujo, among other ring names, died early Tuesday of natural causes at a Franklin, Ind. Hospital.
Lanny Kean, 48, made his professional wrestling debut in Kentucky in the early 1980s and traveled the world for more than two decades helping to put smiles on fans’ faces.
jesse

Elizabethtown, KY

#19 Jul 6, 2011
He started out as ‘Luscious’ Lanny, just wrestling in schools and stuff like that,” said Kean’s sister, Sandra Campbell of Russell Springs. Kean wrestled under Russell Countian Dale Mann’s promotion early in his career.
“You could probably write a book with all the stuff Lanny’s done over his 48 years,” said his brother, Jerry Kean.“I don’t know if he ever put anything down in writing or not but from the time he was 18 until he died some form of wrestling was his passion.”
In 1985, Kean was noticed by World Wrestling Entertainment, formerly the World Wrestling Federation, and was immediately thrust into the limelight as a member of the Hillbilly family stable as Cousin Junior alongside legendary superstar Hillbilly Jim, according to Campbell. As Cousin Junior his signature move became the “mule kick” and he often carried a horseshoe inside a sack he brought to the ring.
“It was just amazing, you know,” Campbell said.“He just loved that and he loved what he was doing and that was just him. That’s what he lived for.”
His fiancée, Sandra Deel, said that Kean achieved just about everything he wanted to in life.
“He loved to entertain and he always wanted to be the center of attention,” Deel said.“I’ve had I don’t know how many phones calls.”
Deel, who had known Lanny for 26 years, said she had gotten some calls from people who never met him, but did see him perform. He obviously had a positive impact on their lives.
“He would’ve given anybody the shirt off his back,” she said.
As part of his WWF hillbilly gimmick, Kean became a part of wrestling lore as he feuded with popular wrestlers Jesse “The Body” Ventura,“Cowboy” Bob Orton and “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, among others.
jesse

Elizabethtown, KY

#20 Jul 6, 2011
According to published reports, Kean’s “Cousin Junior” character was based on Jethro Bodine from the television show “The Beverly Hillbillies,” as suggested by successful wrestling manager Jimmy Hart, who held a high position in the WWF.
Campbell, his sister, said that Kean was dedicated to fully putting himself into his in-ring persona each time he stepped into the squared-circle.
After his stint in the WWE was over, Kean went on to wrestle in the Continental Wrestling Association as “Hillbilly Junior,” teaming with Stan Frazier as “Giant Hillbilly” to win the American Wrestling Association’s Southern Tag Team Championship in the summer of 1986, one of the highlights of his career.
His next stop on the professional wrestling circuit was the Memphis-based United States Wrestling Association in the early 90s’ where he performed as a member of the Moondogs tag team as Moondog Cujo, a more violent, villainous character.
But people still cheered for him, Deel said. She said it didn’t matter if he played the good guy or the bad guy, people always rooted for him.
Kean participated in many “hardcore” matches during his stint in the USWA, often using chairs, chains and other weapons in high excitement matches.
Kean also wrestled under the names Big Daddy Cyrus and “Bloody” Ox Brody in the USWA amidst a feuding storyline with WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler, a wrestler/commentator for the popular WWE Monday night Raw wrestling show and former WWE Champion Sid Vicious.
After taking a few years off from in-ring competition, Kean returned to his Moondog Cujo and Cousin Junior gimmicks just recently and competed in several more matches and, at the time of his death, was planning on performing at a wrestling legends event in the coming months.
“He made a lot of friends over the years,” Campbell said. Some of which the family met were Hillbilly Jim, Cory Macklin,“Macho Man” Randy Savage, Jerry “the King” Lawler, Andre the Giant and Hulk Hogan, among others.
“He had a zest for life,” said his brother, Jerry.“He had a big impact on kids at his wrestling shows.”
Deel said many people may not realize it, but those in the wrestling business are like a band of brothers, so to speak.
“They had each other’s back,” she said.“Just like a family ... and that was nice.”
Kean is survived by his daughter, Krystal Hopper, fiancée Sandra Deel, his mother, Grace Kean, his brother Jerry Kean of Edinburg, Ind. and his sister, Sandra Campbell of Russell Springs. Other survivors include four nieces, three great-nieces and two great-nephews. His father, Paul Kean, preceded him in death.
“He done what he wanted to do,” said Grace Kean, Lanny’s mother.“He really did love it.”
Funeral services were held Friday at the H.E. Pruitt Memory Chapel with burial in the Rexroat Cemetery.
The family requests that expressions of sympathy be made in the form of a donation toward the funeral expenses.
These can be left at the funeral home or mailed to H.E. Pruitt Memory Chapel, P.O. Box 320, Jamestown.

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