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  • Verano de Escándalo (1997-2019) Traditionally, Verano de Escándalo (meaning "Summer Scandal") is AAA's big summer show that follows up on the stories from TripleMania.  However, it is one of their smaller big shows.  Most shows have featured Lucha de Apuestas matches and there have been two unmaskings (Kick Boxer in 1999 and the team of Carta Brava Jr. & Soul Rocker in 2017).1997Perro Aguayo, Perro Aguayo Jr. and Heavy Metal vs. Sangre Chicana, El Picudo and El Cobarde II - Steel Cage Elimination Lucha de Apuestas match1998Heavy Metal and Blue Demon Jr. vs. Kick Boxer and Abismo Negro - Steel Cage Match1999Heavy Metal and Octagón defeated Jaque Mate and Kick Boxer - Steel Cage Luchas de Apuestas match2000Heavy Metal ...
    Posted Jun 18, 2019, 6:18 PM by Wrestling Scout
  • Father's Day 2018 WWE's roster is full of second-generation talent.  The McMahons are obviously well-known as a fourth generation family of promoters, but there are wrestlers, producers, referees, trainers and writers whose fathers made their bones in the pro-wrestling business.  These men were not only in-ring performers, but promoters, bookers, trainers, announcers, managers and more.                                               Robby and Xia BrooksideBob ArmstrongBrillanteRobby Brookside**Carlos ColonAxel DieterPaul ElleringRic FlairDavid Finlay Sr.Mick FoleyRicky "Desperado" GonzalesCurt HennigJerry JarrettRicky KnightJim NeidhartVince McMahonVincent J. McMahonBob Orton Jr.RikishiMike RotundaJacques Rougeau Sr.**Jimmy Snuka
    Posted Jun 16, 2019, 7:35 AM by Wrestling Scout
  • 10th Anniversary of New Japan Dominion Starting in June of 2009, New Japan's Dominion show is their big annual event in Osaka (the third largest Japanese city).  Several years have featured major championship matches that have been "Match of the Year" candidates and last year's 2-out-of-3 falls match between Okada and Omega was the Wrestling Observer's Match of the Year.  It should come as no surprise that 7 of these 11 shows have been headlined by Kazuchika Okada. 2009 - Manabu Nakanishi (c) versus Hiroshi Tanahashi 2010 - Togi Makabe (c) versus Go Shiozaki2011 - Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) versus Hirooki Goto 2012 - Kazuchika Okada (c) versus Hiroshi Tanahashi 2013 - Kazuchika Okada (c) versus Togi Makabe2014 - Shinsuke Nakamura (c) versus Bad Luck ...
    Posted Jun 10, 2019, 6:18 PM by Wrestling Scout
  • CrusherFest - 10 Pro-Wrestler Statues While it may come as a surprise, many pro-wrestlers have been immortalized in the form of statues.  Most of them exist outside of the United States and tend to be of national or even local heroes.  Bulgaria, of all places, has three!However, this past weekend, a statue went up in South Milwaukee of the city's favorite son - The Crusher.  The unveiling of the statue, which was part of a GoFundMe, happened at an event called - CrusherFest.  Baron Von Raschke and Kenny Jaymug with Da Crusher (photo by Adam Levin)Crusher CaseyFrank GotchDanny HodgeDan Kolov**Danno O'MahoneyRikidozanBruno SammartinoEl SantoDara SinghTerrible Turk (Yusuf Ismail)
    Posted Jun 9, 2019, 7:58 PM by Wrestling Scout
  • Memorial Day 2019 On this Memorial Day, I'd like to take a moment to recognize those who served their country and are no longer with us. I don't know of any wrestlers who lost their lives while serving, but some had 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.Doc Sarpolis served in both World WarsServed during the Civil WarSgt. George W. FlaggCol. James H. McLaughlinWilliam MuldoonServed during the Spanish-American WarFred BeellServed during World War I ...
    Posted May 27, 2019, 7:37 PM by Wrestling Scout
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