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Figure Four Weekly 11/28/2016: Buddy Rose investigated by CSAC for getting too much heat

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When we last left you, "Playboy" Buddy Rose, real name Paul Perschmann, was in the middle of a mess with the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC). While he had already been able to get out from under a case where he got in trouble over a match that had a referee bump, the latest issue in that went on from late 1978 through 1979 was a bit more complicated, Sandi Davis, her husband, and her friends were all kicked out of the February 20, 1979 card in San Jose because Rose and his manager, Ken Ramey, got the locker room to agree not to wrestle unless she and her friends were kicked out for being abusive. Davis's group, of course, complained and said they did nothing of the sort. It turns out that Rose and the rest of the boys had a good reason to object to Davis's presence, as she had been a thorn in their side for months.

For whatever reason, the situation escalated to the point that Janet Haeling, a State Investigator for the Department of Consumer affairs, was brought in to look at the situation. Haeling turned in a nearly 1,000 word report, and these are some of the key highlights/takeaways:

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