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Professional Wrestlers You May Not Know Passed Away

Professional Wrestlers You May Not Know Passed Away

Professional wrestling is a job that takes a massive toll on your body and mind. With no offseason, there isn’t much time for wrestlers to recover, so it’s not surprising that many have died far too young. Here are pro wrestlers you may not know passed away. During his career, Andrew “Test” Martin held the European, Intercontinental, and Tag Team…

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10 Best Wrestling Matches of 2018! | WrestleTalk

10 Best Wrestling Matches of 2018! | WrestleTalk

In 2017, Dave Meltzer awarded an incredible ten matches the hallowed five stars and above rating. Well someone hold 2018’s beer, because we got 14 Meltzer-approved 5 starrers and above this year. But what about our philistine thoughts here at WrestleTalk? Luke, Laurie and I – Oli Davis – argued lots, drank beer, argued some more, and then I mostly…

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5 WWE Wrestlers Who Took Their Promo Too Far

5 WWE Wrestlers Who Took Their Promo Too Far

In a recent episode of Monday Night Raw, Roman Reigns came face to face with John Cena in the ring and the two were involved in a heated verbal exchange. If you watched the whole segment and not the edited out version on the WWE YouTube channel, then you’ll know that this heated exchange became very personal. Roman Reigns went…

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Floyd Patterson – Complete Championship Profile

Floyd Patterson – Complete Championship Profile

This is Rummy’s Corner. Floyd Patterson got his first opportunity to fight for a championship on November 30, 1956 when he squared off against Archie Moore for the vacant heavyweight world championship. Right from the start Patterson’s faster hands and overall quickness were giving the Old Mongoose a lot of trouble. Patterson was exhibiting great balance, solid defense, and a…

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The Boxer Rebellion (1899-1901) | Project Revolution | History of China

The Boxer Rebellion (1899-1901) | Project Revolution | History of China

The Boxer Rebellion was the fourth and largest war, Imperial China fought against Western powers in the nineteenth century (2.382). Oddly enough, in its early stages the Boxer movement was pitted against both Western influences in China and the Manchu-led Qing dynasty. The Qing Empress Dowager Cixi, however, saw the possibility to use these rebels for her own ends and…

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