Monthly Archives January 2016

Stanislaus Zbyszco

One of the great early legends of the sport of Professional Wrestling, he is known far and wide for his continued dominance over the sport.

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Whipper Watson

One of the great legends of the sport of Professional Wrestling, he is known for his patented Irish Whip.

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Fritz Von Erich

He was the patron of one of the most talented and popular, yet tragic, families in the history of professional wrestling. He was also a heralded athlete and a champion many times over.

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Jesse Ventura

A former Navy Seal and legitimate strongman, he became a sensation in the ring and behind the microphone, drawing the contempt (an ultimately, the love) of the fans.

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Johnny Valentine

He was on the verge of becoming a legend, when a cruel twist of fate ended his career.

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Mad Dog Vachon

He was one of the most vicious and most hated men in all of professional wrestling and surprisingly became a fan favorite later in his career.

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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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Jumbo Tsuruta

Considered by many to be the greatest Japanese professional wrestling mat technician, Jumbo Tsuruta is spoken of in hallowed tones.

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Tiger Mask

A tremendous aerial innovator, he became a legend in Japan, revolutionizing the sport of professional wrestling for Junior Heavyweights, and then retired in his prime.

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Lou Thesz

Considered by many the greatest wrestler of his time, he relied on tremendous ring skill and intelligence to become one of the greatest champions in the history of professional wrestling.

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