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  • The first all-women's pay-per-view... happened 26 years ago? In 1989, the LPWA (Ladies' Professional Wrestling Association) was formed by Tor Berg.  It was essentially the successor to GLOW, but opted for a more serious approach.  In 1992, they held their first pay-per-view event and the first all-women's pro-wrestling pay-per-view event.  The WWE's Evolution show, while it will have more eyeballs watching and a bigger house in attendance, is not, despite what they say, the first all-women's pay-per-view.1. Susan Green vs. Denise Storm2. Reggie Bennett vs. Yukari Osawa3. Eagle Sawai** vs. Midori Saito4. Harley Saito vs. Mizuki Endo5. Miki Handa & Mami Kitamura vs. Allison Royal and Lisa Starr6. Shinobu Kandori vs ...
    Posted Oct 28, 2018, 7:31 PM by Wrestling Scout
  • October is Italian-American Heritage October is Italian-American Heritage Month in the United States.  Columbus Day, despite all its controversies, is traditionally something of an Italian pride holiday as Christopher Columbus was originally from Italy.  While the presence of Italian culture in the United States may not seem unusual today, they came in waves during the late 1800s and early 1900s and were not always well received.  In the pro-wrestling realm, Italians were not bringing wrestling traditions like other Europeans were, but they could bring in the fans, especially in the urban areas like New York City, Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore, where significant "Little Italy" neighborhoods developed.  In Canada, Toronto and Montreal both had significant Italian immigrant communities worth noting.  While World War ...
    Posted Oct 23, 2018, 5:38 PM by Wrestling Scout
  • #ThankYouRoman - Pro-Wrestlers vs. Leukemia WWE Universal champion Roman Reigns relinquished his title and announced that his leukemia had returned (after 11 years) and he will need to leave for treatment.  It was a touching moment amidst a hurricane of controversy surrounding the Crown Jewel show in Saudia Arabia, hype around the Women's Evolution show and continuing ratings downturn during football season.While the list is not an uplifting one, Roman Reigns lives in a different time and he has beaten leukemia once, hopefully he can again. Bobby BeckerLee FieldsDon Kent Dale Lewis  Professor Boris MalenkoThe Spoiler Wilbur Snyder
    Posted Oct 22, 2018, 7:26 PM by Wrestling Scout
  • NWA Anniversary Shows (1998-2018) On October 21st, the current version of the National Wrestling Alliance will be offering up their 70th Anniversary show.  It is the 10th show since the quasi-tradition started with a Dennis Coralluzzo show in New Jersey in 1998.  Legend has it that Coralluzzo "lost" the proceeds from the show and that led to his departure from the NWA.The anniversary shows continued annually for the next seven years in all the NWA hotbeds - North Carolina, Texas, Georgia, Tennessee...and Winnipeg?The shows have largely been mediocre independent shows with a strange mix of indy darlings, notable names of the past and the local promoter's favorites.  The 52nd and 57th Anniversary shows were both held at the historic Nashville ...
    Posted Oct 21, 2018, 7:51 PM by Wrestling Scout
  • WOHOF 2018 Ballot It's Wrestling Observer Hall of Fame season and those who can vote have received their ballots and any changes that Dave Meltzer has made (moving people around in categories, adding recently deceased nominees and adding nominees that people have lobbied to be added on) are now out there and being discussed.HistoricalJohnny BarendRed BastienJune ByersBull CurryCowboy Bob EllisDon Fargo The Mongolian Stomper Chavo Guerrero Rocky Johnson Paul Jones Sputnik Monroe Blackjack Mulligan Johnny Rougeau !!Kinji Shibuya George "The Animal" Steele John Tolos Enrique Torres Von Brauners & Saul WeingeroffJohnny “Mr. Wrestling II” WalkerBearcat WrightModern US & CanadaArn Anderson & Tully Blanchard w/ JJ DillonJunkyard DogEdge GoldbergRick Martel !!Randy Orton ...
    Posted Sep 26, 2018, 2:26 PM by Wrestling Scout
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