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  Ole Anderson - Biocrawler
Ole was part of the original Four Horsemen, a stable of "heels", with Nature Boy Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, and manager James "J.J." Dillon.
Ole returned to the NWA in late 1989 to reform the Four Horsemen with Flair, Arn and Sting.
Ole briefly came back to WCW as the booker/Vice-President in 1992 but did not last long as he clashed with the corporate management with his "old school" philosophy.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Ole_Anderson   (584 words)

 Ole Anderson and the Specimen House
Ole's lease was renewed in 1906 and he was allowed the privilege of selling post cards, spoons and other curios, but not general wares.
By 1908 Ole had been in business in the park for 25 years and was 51 years old.
By this time Ole was living in Helena during the wintertime and resided in the park for the summer season.
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 Ole Anderson - Definition, explanation
Ole was part of the original Four Horsemen, a stable of "heels", with Nature Boy Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, and manager James "J.J." Dillon.
Ole returned to the NWA in late 1989 to reform the Four Horsemen with Flair, Arn and Sting.
Ole briefly came back to WCW as the booker/Vice-President in 1992 but did not last long as he clashed with the corporate management with his "old school" philosophy.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/o/ol/ole_anderson.php   (595 words)

  Ole L. Anderson Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: )
OLE L. Ole L. Anderson, widely and favorably known in Worth county, was born February 1, 1867, on a farm on which he still resides, situated on section 1, Barton township.
Ole L. Anderson spent his youthful days upon the farm which is still his home, acquired his education in the district school not far distant, and on attaining a sufficient age took charge of the home farm, of which in due course of time he became the owner.
Anderson was born in Worth county, while her parents were natives of Norway, whence they came to the United States in early life, their marriage being celebrated in Goodyear county, Minnesota.
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 News | Gainesville.com | The Gainesville Sun | Gainesville, Fla.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Anderson made a special appearance at the October 2006 RAW Family Reunion special, in which he was in Ric Flair's corner for his match against Mitch of the Spirit Squad.
Anderson at first was excited about a possible return, but due to legal liabilities with his health problems to his back and neck quickly halted that idea.
Anderson however claims that the only way he can return to the ring is with a full medical clearance, which, although is not out of the picture, it seems very unlikely.
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 Ole Anderson
Ole Anderson's nick name is "The Rock" not because of any resemblance to Rocky Maivia, but because he had always been the very embodiment of what a professional wrestling "tough guy" was supposed to be.
If there was going to be a fight, even a casual observer would predict Ole as being the guy most likely to dish out the most punishment, as well as the guy most suited to absorb it from anyone else.
In April of 1970, Ole and Gene captured the Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Title, the very first (to this researcher's knowledge) of a VERY long list of championships won by Ole with several partners.
www.kayfabememories.com /Wrestlers/WLole.htm   (639 words)

 Science Fair Projects - Ole Anderson
Ole Anderson was a Pro Wrestling legend as a Wrestler and part owner.
He held numerous World Tag team championships with brother Gene, and was related to Arn Anderson.
He was part of the original Four Horsemen, a stable of "heels", with Nature Boy Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, and manager James "J.J." Dillon.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Ole_Anderson   (221 words)

 Declaration of Independents - The Number 1 Independent Pro Wrestling Website in America Today.
Ole, who is probably more known for being one of the first ever IV Horsemen, really left his mark in the business in the Georgia area.
Ole, who is one of the rare wrestlers to never dibble and dabble in booze and drugs, remembers his career clearly and is able to bring every detail to life.
Ole recounts business figures, dollar amounts, attendance figures from different points in his career, and at the end of the book, Ole illustrates his point of "How Corporate America Destroyed Professional Wrestling" as he proves that the numbers from the yesteryear, were better than the numbers that the WWE are posting today.
www.declarationofindependents.net /doi/pages/olebookwoo.html   (1444 words)

 Did anyone hear Ole Anderson on Meltzer's show? - SOHH.com Global Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ole says that it depends on what you want to talk about, like when Fuller was in, it could have been his booking, but he incurred a lot of expenses.
Ole said he loved going to territories that were on their ass so he could start booking and turn it around, so he could be credited for it’s success.
Ole asks Dave who Flair was before he became an Anderson (hey Ole give it up, stop your *****ing and sobbing because Flair is still a big star and you’re sitting on your ass thinking about what could have been, because Vince never offered you a job, to make money as you put it).
forums.sohh.com /showthread.php?t=417730   (2087 words)

 Ole Anderson's trout, steelhead and salmon flies
Ole was a self-taught tyer who got his start, sixty years ago, by taking the flies from his brother Ray's hat and cutting them apart just to see how they were made.
Ole was born on January 8, 1928 in Oakland, California.
Ole was preceded in death by his wife, Mildred 'Millie' Anderson.
users.eastlink.ca /~smbpcn/ole.htm   (1114 words)

 Andrew Ole Anderson
In the days when the Indians were unfriendly to the white settlers in Utah, Anderson participated in several skirmishes with Indians.
Andrew died February 11, 1929 at Glenwood, Utah and is buried in the Glenwood Cemetary.
Information provided by Jack M Oldroyd, Great Grandson of Andrew Ole Anderson from his Family History book titled "The Generations of Ola and Ana Anderson", by Euray Anderson; an obituary appearing in the Salt Lake Tribune at the time of his death; and from information from his father, Andrew Van Oldroyd, Andrew's Grandson.
www.xphomestation.com /aanderson.html   (587 words)

 RASalvatore.com Bookstore
Although one must admire OLE'S honesty in admitting that he was never in the same class as the likes of Thesz and the old shooters as far as wrestling was concerned.
During his years in the ring, Anderson also worked booking matches for the promotions, which was a major way for top wrestlers to stay in the business as their careers wound down.
Anderson has some good points, but only the biggest myopic would feel his outlook was the direction the business should have taken.
www.rasalvatore.com /bookstore/itemDetails.aspx?asin=0974554502   (918 words)

 Gene Anderson
Anderson was born in 1939 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he grew up exposed to the various organizations competing in the area.
It was in the late 1960's that Anderson performed his first part of "brotherhood", as Lawrence Heinemi united with him as Lars Anderson.
The Andersons were a force to be reckoned with.
www.accelerator3359.com /Wrestling/bios/ganderson.html   (851 words)

 Anderson, Arn Wrestleinfo
After leaving the Southeast area, Anderson returned to Georgia in 1985 where he teamed with his cousin Ole Anderson (actually there was no relation between Arn and Ole but there was an uncanny resemblance between the two which led to their family tie being manufactured) as the Minnesota Wrecking Crew.
Anderson was reprimanded by WCW (while Vicious was fired) and spent several months off of television while he recuperated from his injuries.
Anderson battled the NWO as well as WCW stars for the next several months, unaware that his career was going to be cut early.
www.wrestleinfo.com /Page49.html   (1513 words)

 Fanfest Forum - Ole Anderson/David Flair
Ole and most of the legends come from a time when there was no merchandising contracts, no trademarks on your likeness, etc. Each individual wrestler produced and sold their own memorabilia.
Ole approached the booth, saw it was David that was selling the photos, and Ole asked him what he was doing.
Ole is quite familiar with the 16 x 20's, he signed a stack of them at the first Fanfest.
legendsfanfest.proboards1.com /index.cgi?board=next&action=display&thread=1125132924   (1729 words)

 Anderson, Ole Wrestleinfo
Ole Anderson was a mainstay in both Georgia Championship Wrestling (GCW) and Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (MACW).
The Anderson Brothers defended the tag straps against MACW's top heel and face teams but their most famous feud was unquestionably with the heel team of Greg "The Hammer" Valentine and "Nature Boy" Ric Flair.
Anderson's gruff ways made him few friends in upper management and he was slowly phased out of booking and put in as a trainer at the facility that would become the WCW Power Plant.
www.wrestleinfo.com /Page103.html   (481 words)

 Arn Anderson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He would become a founding member of the Four Horsemen with Tully Blanchard, Ole Anderson, James J. Dillon and Ric Flair in the NWA and was in each of the group's incarnations over the years.
Anderson retired from wrestling in 1997 due to extensive neck and upper back injuries and is currently working as a Road Agent for WWE.
Anderson made a special appearance at the October 2006 RAW Family Reunion special, in which he was in Ric Flair's corner for his match against Mitch of the Spirit Squad.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Arn_Anderson   (1352 words)

 Ole & Arn Anderson
Ole and Arn did a number on Patterson and demanded that he hand over his half of the National Tag Team Title to Arn.
In spite of their shady beginnings, the Andersons were two of the hardest-working champions in the business.
Lo and behold, Ole and Arn Anderson arrived on the scene claiming that Flair was a cousin to the Andersons.
www.angelfire.com /ma/fourhorsemen/andersons.html   (1997 words)

 WrestlingClassics.com Message Board: Ole Anderson = the bitterest man alive?
OLE: I remember the time I was kidnapped and they sent a piece of my finger to my father.He said he wanted more proof.
Ole was a hard worker, and he never asked anyone to do anything he wasn’t going to do.
Ole seemed really put off he wasn't in, even admitting he'd written a few pages on the topic in his book, yet went on to say later he basically couldn't care less about being in or not.
www.wrestlingclassics.com /.ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=046459;p=15   (4085 words)

 Ole Anderson Speaks On Vince McMahon, WCW, Horsemen, More   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ole talked about the early days in his career when there were a "whole bunch of guys floating around Minneapolis at that time." He said it was a virtual who's who and the guys always drew crowds—Dale Lewis, Danny Hodge, Verne Gagne, Bob Orton Sr., The Crusher, and more.
Ole said, "The one time in Greenville I thought I was going to die" but added, "It's just all part of the doggone deal." He said the uniformed guys at that show who he thought were policemen could not get an ambulance to the venue after he was stabled in the chest.
Ole said even though he was retired from wrestling at that point, he liked making money so the idea came to life on television.
www.impactwrestling.com /Content.aspx?ID=6569   (761 words)

 Arn Anderson biography.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ole and Arn Anderson, now calling themselves The Minnesota Wrecking Crew, beat Thunderbolt Patterson and Manny Fernandez to claim the Tag Team Championship as their own on April 28, 1985.
Arn Anderson returned to WCW to join a new combination of The Four Horsemen, inluding himself, Ric Flair, Ole Anderson, and Sting.
Anderson and Bobby Eaton, members of The Dangerous Alliance along with Steve Austin and Rick Rude, made a run for the tag titles and defeated Steamboat and Rhodes in January of 1992.
www.lumastar.com /biography.asp?CelebID=19   (2660 words)

 Obsessed With Wrestling   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ole is a man's man, and continually stands up for what he believes in.
Ole took a stand but the evolution of the sport was too powerful.
Ole Anderson's attitude is summed up in one of his most famous quotes "If I had realized that you people would be so damned stupid as to give the world champion $750,000, just because we made him the world champion, I would have made myself the champion!" as said to a WCW executive.
www.obsessedwithwrestling.com /information/books/oleanderson.html   (222 words)

 » Inside Out by Ole Anderson Book reviews|review » Inside Out by Ole Anderson Book
Ole Anderson has been called bitter by many because of his outspoken nature against the changes in professional wrestling starting with Vince McMahon’s territorial expansion in the early 1980’s.
Ole spends a great deal of time on autobiographical sketches of his wrestling career, but he also puts the business of wrestling and the changes that have occured to the business over the years into perspective.
He may be very, very opinionted, but Ole’s opinion merits consideration as he makes many great points about the creative, aesthetic and monetary decline of wrestling over the years particularly with the continual missteps of the late, not so great WCW of WTBS fame.
www.reviewstream.com /reviews/?p=5429   (294 words)

 Inside Out: How Corporate America Destroyed Professional Wrestling
The people who know him, know that Ole is never hesitant to speak his mind — and this book is no exception.
Combining facts and opinion, Ole's biography is a straightforward look at the many phases of his career in the wild, if somewhat seedy, world of professional wrestling.
Ole tells of his feuds, both inside the ring and out, with people like Ric Flair, Wahoo McDaniel, Mr.
www.crowbarpress.com /crowbarpress/insideout   (311 words)

 Gene Anderson - Definition, explanation
Gene Anderson (born 1933 in Minneapolis, Minnesota; died October 31, 1991) was a professional wrestler famous for his days of teaming with his "brother" Ole Anderson.
Gene and Ole would hold tryouts for wanna-be wrestlers during the late 1970's and early 1980's.
Gene's son, Brad Anderson, is also a professional wrestler and still competes on the independent circuit.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/g/ge/gene_anderson.php   (397 words)

 CANOE -- SLAM! Sports - Wrestling - On the road with Ole Anderson
Ole mentioned the angle when Gene "sacrificed" his head to win the NWA World Tag belts from Paul Jones and Wahoo McDaniel, the Road Warriors, Thunderbolt Patterson, as well as his vehement opposition to keeping Ric Flair around in his Mid-Atlantic territory because "He was the *#(@^^%#.
Ole then signed copies of his book and other photos, magazines, and memorabilia that the fans had brought as well as George South passing out our "VIP Backstage" pass and photos of the Andersons that was part of our $40 package.
I ran into Ole the next morning across the street at a Shoney's where I went for breakfast and he was already finished and heading out at 9:30 a.m.
slam.canoe.ca /Slam/Wrestling/2004/07/26/558038.html   (1455 words)

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 Boston Wrestling - "Inside Out" by Ole Anderson
Ole Anderson is probably best known to fans as a member of the Four Horseman but his behind the scenes accomplishments were huge.
Ole was the booker for both Mid Atlantic and Georgia at the same time during a golden period of time in the 1970's.
Anderson holds nothing back when talking about his likes and dislikes of the wrestling business both then and now.
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