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  • PWHOF - Heroes & Icons - Pre-WWII Era During the Interwar Years, pro-wrestling enjoyed something of a forgotten Golden Age.  From Los Angeles to Montreal and points in between, promoters found a wide variety of attractions to bring in the crowds. Orville Brown Jack Claybourne** Man Mountain Dean Dave Levin Everett MarshallBronko Nagurski Yvon Robert Whiskers Savage Ruffy Silverstein Sandor Szabo
    Posted Aug 1, 2020, 6:40 PM by Wrestling Scout
  • AEW's TNT Title & the 70 Year History of Television Titles AEW's TNT Title, effectively continues the legacy of secondary "Television" titles that has been around since the 1950s.  Cody won a tournament to become the first title holder and he will hopefully be able to establish a strong championship for AEW.NWA "Beat the Champ" Television TitleThe original Television title started in Johnny Doyle's Los Angeles territory in 1951.  While they eventually lost their TV time slot, the title continued until 1959.  It was later picked up by Mike LeBell in 1968 and used until the promotion closed in 1982.1. Sandor Szabo - 82. Kinji Shibuya - 53. Black Gordman - 4  . John Tolos - 45. Mr. Moto - 3  . Wilbur Snyder - 37. Nick Bockwinkel - 2 ...
    Posted Jul 1, 2020, 7:11 PM by Wrestling Scout
  • WWF In Your House Events (1995-1999) Over a four year period, the WWF produced twenty-seven "In Your House" events.  The idea was original to fill the gaps between the big shows with monthly events that were in smaller markets, were shorter in length and were less expensive on pay-per-view.  Due to Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart and later Steve Austin and Mick Foley, the frequency of high-quality matches was significant.Number of "In Your House" main event appearances11 - Stone Cold Steve Austin 8 - Shawn Michaels10 - The Undertaker6 - Bret Hart     British Bulldog     Mick Foley          (Mankind / Dude Love)5 - Diesel4 - Sycho SidIn Your House - Diesel vs. Sycho Sid In Your House 2 "The Lumberjacks" - Diesel vs. Sycho ...
    Posted Jun 5, 2020, 5:59 PM by Wrestling Scout
  • Family Feud & Pro-Wrestling The third "Rock-N-Wrestling Rager at Sea" cruise organized by Chris Jericho will feature the game show Family Feud.  The show has been around since 1976 and starting in 1990 it began its relationship with pro-wrestling.The show enjoyed a reboot on CBS in 1988 with Ray Combs replacing long-time host Richard Dawson.  During that run, Family Feud worked with three pro-wrestling companies - WCW, GLOW and the WWF.1990WCW (Sid Vicious, Dutch Mantell, Master Blaster Steel (Kevin Nash), Tony Schiavone** and Kevin Sullivan) vs. GLOW (Hollywood, Farmer's Daughter, Liberty, Lady Godiva & Jackie Stallone)WCW (Sting, Brian Pillman, Z-Man, Brad Armstrong & Jim Ross) vs. GLOW (Mt. Fiji, Lady Godiva, Hollywood, Justice & Jackie Stallone)1992 ...
    Posted Jun 4, 2020, 8:35 PM by Wrestling Scout
  • Memorial Day 2020 Every year for Memorial Day, I try to take a moment to recognize those who served their country through military service who are no longer with us. While I don't know of any wrestlers who lost their lives while serving, many have some incredible tales from their time in service to our country. I also understand the listings below are surely incomplete (and recognize only those who are no longer with us).Please e-mail me (wrestlingscout @ gmail.com) if you know of names that I should add.Ruffy Silverstein gave up a promising career to serve his country.Served during the Civil WarSgt. George W. FlaggCol. James H. McLaughlinWilliam MuldoonServed during the Spanish-American ...
    Posted May 25, 2020, 7:31 PM by Wrestling Scout
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