Brad Armstrong - WCW Magazine Collector Series Special #3 [December 1992]
“‘In every match I wrestle, Armstrong family pride is on the line.’
Fans worldwide have responded to Brad Armstrong’s positive attitude in the ring, his energetic enthusiasm, and his strong determination to never break the rules.
A second-generation star,Brad possesses a formidable scientific style that was forged at the feet of his legendary father, ‘Bullet’ Bob Armstrong. In fact, early in his career, Brad teamed with his father to capture several regional tag team titles in their home state of Georgia.
The 6-foot, 226-pound Marietta, Georgia native is a former World light heavyweight champion. Unfortunately, he was forced to vacate the title at Clash of the Champions XX last September when a knee injury rendered him unable to defend the championship against ‘Flyin” Brian Pillman. Brad has, however, recovered completely from the injury, and is anxious to attain championship gold again in 1993.”
Rest in peace, Brad.
“WCW Viewpoints - Dustin Rhodes” - WCW Magazine - April 1993
This spotlight on “The Natural” seems to show Dustin Rhodes clotheslining a “Flyin’” Brian Pillman that’s being lifted by Brad Armstrong. The other half of the piece has four different superstars giving their (kayfabe) thoughts on Dustin with the highlight coming from Mr. Barry Windham:
“Dustin Rhodes is a pitiful excuse of a human being who hasn’t got the guts of a piece of road kill. He didn’t pin Ricky Steamboat at Clash XXI because Steamboat, his friend, was injured. So what? What’s next: not pinning an opponent because the arena lights are too bright? Because he has a tummyache? Because he doesn’t want to muss his hair? Bah! Dustin’s not fit to clean the ring with his tongue. He disgusts me.”