But this popularity of the roller derby was not meant to last. Public interest in the mid 1950s was falling and new ways of keeping the sport alive had to be invented. It was completely unclear why the mood has shifted so dramatically. Seltzer eventually had to leave New York City and move to California, taking his organisation with him. At the end of the 1950s the was passed to Jerry Setzer, Leo Setzer’s son.

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