• 11/20/2022 (9:05:34 am)
  • WrestlingFigs
Everyone at Ringside Collectibles is heartbroken by the passing of our own Bob Mulrenin after a hard fought battle with cancer.

Bob was a dear friend and the heart and soul of the Ringside family. He was also a true friend to the entire wrestling community and beloved by all who knew him.

Bob worked as a photographer for Ringside and on our site for many years.

He was a well known and respected photographer all over the country as he regularly shot at WWE, AEW, Impact Wrestling, independent events and conventions since the 70’s. He also was a big part of Paul Heyman’s Heyman Hustle website as well. 
Bob’s always had great stories and insights into the talents and events he shot and to say Bob is beloved in pro wrestling circles, especially among the women who work in the business, would be an extreme understatement.  He has been a trusted friend to many in the business and a photographer, was regularly requested to do women’s photo shoots for the Impact Wrestling locker room.  He was also an extremely trusted, close friend of The Road Warriors during their career, among many, many other talents, past and present.
After Wrestlemania this past April in Texas, Bob learned he was ill.  He immediately went into treatment but still refused to let it curtail his travel and photography schedule, continuing to cover WWE, AEW and Impact Wrestling events around his chemotherapy.  He was adamant that no matter what, he was going to live his life on his terms, and he has, especially when his travel took him back to his beloved Las Vegas.
He will be dearly missed.
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