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  World Championship Wrestling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Although many in the business felt that Anderson was mismanaging the company, Georgia Championship Wrestling had managed to compete against the other major territory trying to go national (Vince McMahon's WWF).
Dusty Rhodes and Ole Anderson were in full creative control at this point, with what were considered to be cartoonish storylines, as well as seemingly pointless feuds with little or no buildup.
This was seen as more or less a necessity, as prospective top babyface Sid Vicious tried to injure wrestler Arn Anderson with a pair of scissors four weeks before StarrCade while on tour in England and was fired.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/WCW   (5474 words)

 Stone Cold Steve Austin Bio
His birth name was Stephen James Anderson; he took on the surname Williams when he was adopted by his stepfather (his biological father had left the family when he was a small child).
The young sensation from Texas was in veteran company, aligned with "Ravishing" Rick Rude, Arn Anderson, Larry Zbyszko, and the same man Austin defeated to win his first TV title, Bobby Eaton.
Lord Steven Regal substituted for Pillman for a tag team title defense at Clash of the Champions against Four Horsemen members Arn Anderson and Paul Roma.
www.stonecold316.com   (760 words)

 Ric Flair biography, information, news, links, pictures (pics) and products (WWE Wrestling)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Defeated Ole and Gene Anderson December 25, 1976 with partner Greg Valentine
Defeated Ole and Gene Anderson October 30, 1977 with partner Greg Valentine
Arn Anderson would sit at the bar and Flair's maid Fifi, would always be cleaning or bearing gifts.
www.popstarsplus.com /wrestling_men_ricflair.htm   (3060 words)

 January 2 Events in History
January 2, 1990 Sting joins wrestlings 4 Horsemen (Flair, Arn Anderson, Ole Anderson)
January 2, 1983 Ken Anderson of Cincinnati completes record 20 consecutive passes
January 2, 1982 "Camelot" closes at Winter Garden Theater New York City after 48 performances
www.brainyhistory.com /days/january_2.html   (2040 words)

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