Monthly Archives January 2016

Ultimo Dragon

At one point he was the most heavily decorated performer in professional wrestling but his career was sadly cut short.

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Randy Savage

The Macho Man, Randy Savage. After a brief carrer as a minor league baseball player, Savage joined his father and brother in the ranks of Professional Wrestling and became one of the most pooular wrestlers of his era.

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Tito Santana

The most popular latin wrestler of his time, he never received the opportunity to claims the top titles in the business. He was, however, a multiple-time champion and the hero for millions of his fans.

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Diamond Dallas Page

He is the self-described hardest working man in the business and has had one of the strangest journeys towards success in recent memory. Through hard work and unyielding determination, he pushed himself to the heights of the industry.

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Rick Martel

He was one of the brightest stars in the AWA and gained fame in the WWF. Meet one of the most accomplished performers in professional wrestling, Rick Martel.

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Dean Malenko

He is the Man of 1,000 Holds, and is considered one of the most proficient and talented technical wrestling in the sport of professional wrestling.

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Jerry Lawler

He was not blessed with outstanding physical gifts, nor did he possess an intimidating demeanor. He was, however, arguably the biggest territorial draw in all of professional wrestling during the 1980’s as he prompted sellout crowds every week, not only in his home state of Tennessee, but every where he traveled.

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Ivan Koloff

He was known as the Russian Bear, and spent a 30 year career as a vicious, brutal mauler. He was also a World Champion and one of the most feared grapplers in the business.

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Antonio Inoki

Antonio Inoki

He was so beloved by his fans that they elected him to the Japanese parliament after he retired from the ring. What he did inside of the ring made him a respected statesman and a great champion for professional wrestling.

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Curt Hennig

In the scope of wrestling history he may not go down as one of the elites of all time, but for a period of time he was perfect. A second generation wrestler, he seemed to be on the path towards multiple championships in the bigger wrestling promotions but always seemed held back behind the bigger stars.

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