Again we see the racist establishment has conspired to rob the black man of his due glories. The disgraceful National Football League and that farce of a championship game show that fairness and equality remain beyond the grasp of the downtrodden African as long as there is a buck to be made backing whitey. As true leaders and visionaries, Larry Inc. values the contributions of all that have shaped the face of the gentleman's sport of professional wrestling. Today we honor: By virtue of his skin color, Negro Casas was forced by the apartheid system of professional wrestling to toil in obscurity in Mexico, where the black man had been accepted as equal and his civil rights had been guaranteed. Longing for his Wrestlemania moment, Negro Casas was instead forced to ply his trade in swap meet parking lots across the states of Sinaloa and Michocan. While his career flourished in the veritable utopia of Mexico, Casas still longed for acceptance in the United States. However he was "black"balled by promoters unwilling to take a chance on this talented athlete. In 1997, during the shock value days of the WWF Attitude Era, notorious VP of Talent Relations Jim Ross convinced the bigoted owner of the promotion Vince McMahon to bring in Casas for one match. In true commitment to the negative stereotypes perpetuated weekly on Federation programming, Casas was saddled with a landscaper gimmick and was matched against Japanese enhancement talent Taka Michinoku, who at the time was portrayed as a wrestling sushi chef. Negro Casas has retired in exile, a victim of the systematic oppression that is rampant throughout professional wrestling in the United States.