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The first known form of professional wrestling is believed to be in 1873 in Paris, France where wrestling\'s first masked wrestler entered the ring.
In the late 1920s, professional wrestling began to become an internationally renowned sport when it was introduced to Australia in 1927 and Great Britain in 1930.
Stampede Wrestling, who had a success story for five decades, was bought out by Vince McMahon and took all the talent from the promotion (including talents like Bret Hart, The British Bulldogs and Junkyard Dog) and continued to make the WWF the only viewing choice in professional wrestling.
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 The Radicalz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Radicalz were a professional wrestling stable in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF).
In 1999, four World Championship Wrestling midcard to upper-level stars became unhappy with the political environment of WCW, and ultimately left the company in early 2000.
It was originally suggested that WCW wrestlers Shane Douglas, Billy Kidman and Konnan were to follow suit with the original Radicalz to join the WWF, but other factors prevented these men from jumping.
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 Smash Wrestling - Wrestler Profile
During the sixties and seventies, the terror of wrestling was The Sheik.
The Sheik was the terror of wrestling throughout the sixties and seventies, and now Sabu has destroyed the wrestlers of the eighties and nineties, and will continue through the new millennium.
Wrestling there was, according to him a great experience and a place he could always call home.
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 Two Sheds Review
Deep down, we all knew that wrestling wasn’t “real”, that the guys in the ring had planned things out beforehand, that the outcome of the matches were already decided.
The effect this tragic series of events had on the professional wrestling world cannot be understated.
Much of life as a wrestling fan had been spent in my armchair, watching wrestling on television and on video, but with the death of WCW and ECW, all that would change.
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 Aces & Eights
I just couldn't see the average wrestling fan, at this day and time, be willing to shell out hard-earned cash every week, to see the wrestlers that were cast-off by World Wrestling Entertainment.
Wrestling III, after helping Jeff Jarrett beat Ron Killings for the NWA World Title, the world of wrestling felt a joint pain in the side.
There comes a time in every wrestling analyst's life when he has to put aside his beliefs in staying neutral, and admit to himself that there are certain wrestlers he can't wait to see in action.
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 Wrestling star dies
Professional wrestler Eduardo Gory Guerrero speaks at a press...
MINNEAPOLIS - A World Wrestling Entertainment star was found dead in his hotel room Sunday in Minneapolis, where he was scheduled to appear that evening in a WWE show.
Eddie Guerrero was born into Mexico’s first family of professional wrestling in 1967.
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 NYWCwrestling.com - New York Wrestling Connection - News - November 13, 2005
The wrestling business has lost one of the most innovative, influential, talented and courageous individuals to ever grace the squared circle...
Born in Mexico in 1967 and raised in El Paso, Texas, Eddie had begun wrestling professionally soon after attending college.
There is no doubt that, in passing, Eddie Guerrero has left the professional wrestling community with a feeling of great sadness and a void that can never be replaced.
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 World Championship Wrestling   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
In 1987, JCP would enter into agreement to control Championship Wrestling from Florida (though JCP never bought that company), and Universal Wrestling Federation (which covered Oklahoma, Mississippi, Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana), and which was not an NWA member.
However, some wrestling fans consider this show to be the beginning of the end for WCW, even though WCW was dominating the WWF in television ratings at the time.
Although new professional wrestling alternatives such as Total Nonstop Action Wrestling and Ring of Honor, have seen rising popularity in recent years, none have achieved the mainstream popularity or financial support that WCW enjoyed.
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 Obsessed With Wrestling   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Being a fan of wrestling, I often look at the superstars of today and think who will be in the Hall of Fame in the future.
Another great fact about Shawn Michaels is that he is one of the founding fathers of the most entertaining factions in the history of professional wrestling, D-Generation X. Better known as DX, this faction is what started the most memorable time in WWE history with the Attitude Era.
When Shawn took some time off for his back injury he became a born again Christian, and when the idea came to bring DX back, he was a little leery at first, but decided to make it entertaining in his own fashion.
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 The Squared Circle
After a tragic week in the world of wrestling, the WWE announced today that they would be implementing a new drug testing policy for their superstars which states that the use of muscle enhancing and recreational drugs as well as prescription drug abuse would be banned.
Since we were on the topic of wrestling, I shared with them the story of my brief wrestling career.
I was a young boy at the time, six years old to be exact, who became enthralled with professional wrestling on television.
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 TheWrestlingAnswer.com - Taking The Wrestling World By Storm!
Just by watching eddie wrestle and how he performed showed me a fan of wrestling that he can go out there and perform a helluva job night in and night out with the intensity and heart of a true champion.
Eddie was always happy when he was wrestling, and maybe he is now at peace in that big wrestling ring in the sky.
This maybe the most impactful and untimely death in Wrestling history, as most of the previous wrestlers were either on the cusp, or were totally out of the wrestling mainstream.
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Eddy's greatest professional moment was my personal favorite of the last 8 years: Cow Palace, No Way Out, 2004.
I had said in January of 2000 when the Radicalz first jumped that it would be Eddy- not Benoit- who would win a title first.
Wrestling fans have become cannibalistic, and I blame the downswing of the business.
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 NoDQ.com > Features > A history of the Monday Night Wars
The Monday Night Wars is the period for professional wrestling from September 4, 1995, to March 26, 2001, which saw the World Wrestling Federation's Monday Night RAW compete against World Championship Wrestling's Monday Nitro in a ratings battle.
The legacy of the war was that professional wrestling, once confined to weekends, became a prime-time staple on Monday nights.
It started a boom in wrestling not seen since the glory days of Hulk Hogan, most believe that the 1990s wrestling boom peaked from 1999 to 2000.
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 SLAM! Wrestling: WCW sold to WWF
Those two slots were the most attractive thing about WCW to a potential buyer, so when those were pulled, the entire deal changed, and fell apart.
 It's no secret within the wrestling industry that despite top TV ratings, mismanagement has kept WCW in the red for years, with the exception of a short spell when then WCW president Eric Bischoff turned things around.
The Internet world was set on fire when WWF writer and booker Vince Russo went to WCW, and when Radicalz Chris Benoit, Perry Saturn, Dean Malenko, and Eddie Guerrero fled from WCW to the WWF.
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 Strong Style Spirit ~ Half a decade of New Japan support
He wrestled on the U.S. independent scene for many years, spending much of the early 1990's in Jerry Lawler's USWA promotion.
In January, 2000, he was part of the historical "Radicalz" movement, which saw he, Chris Benoit, Eddie Guerrero, and Dean Malenko jump to the WWF from WCW.
Through that establishment, he was invited to wrestle for New Japan, and started up with the company in February, 2003.
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 Neo786's profile   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
His problems outside of the ring were sometimes integrated into his professional wrestling storylines.
Following a number of highly acclaimed matches, such as his bout with Doug Williams during Frontier Wrestling Alliance's King Of England tournament and his series of matches with CM Punk, Guerrero was rehired by the WWF (renamed "WWE") in March 2002.
While wrestling on the independent circuit, Guerrero won the IWA Mid-South Heavyweight Championship on March 1, 2002 in Indianapolis, Indiana, defeating CM Punk and Rey Misterio, Jr.
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 Lucha Style Online.Net | #1 Source 4 Lucha Libre Wrestlers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
His father, Gory Guerrero, was a founding father of Lucha Libre, a prominent wrestling trainer and an influential figure in Mexican professional wrestling.
His three brothers Chavo Guerrero, Hector Guerrero and Mando Guerrero all followed in their father's footsteps and became professional wrestlers.
Guerrero was raised in El Paso, Texas and attended the University of New Mexico as well as New Mexico Highlands University on an athletic scholarship, where he wrestled collegiately, before returning to El Paso to train as a professional wrestler.
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 TAT: Chris Benoit - Was it worth it?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
I can't imagine that he'll hold the belt again, and I think the more pro-active of the wrestling fans know that he will never hold the belt again.
I know he formed The Radicalz and I know he has taken on Evolution.
When people look back at Benoit's career what they will remember is the hardnut stalwart who gave his years to the wrestling industry and earned his title reign.
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 The Wrestling Oratory: Leaving Its Mark   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
He and his opponents went on a rollercoaster ride from bell to bell, and the crowd was thankful for watching a tremendous scene.
After wrestling six matches at Judgment Day and a grueling tag title match on Raw, Benoit wrestled in a four-way TLC match the next night at the Smackdown taping.
He had wrestled two unbelivable matches on back-to-back nights against the champion Steve Austin, and had come oh-so-close to beating him on both occasions.
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At the end of 1988, Rhodes was fired by the promotion after an angle he booked where Road Warrior Animal pulled a spike out of his shoulder pad and jammed it in Rhodes\'s eye busting it wide open.
During that time, the NWO Feuded with Sting, this feud served to buildup the Starrcade Pay Per View and after Halloween Havoc when Roddy Piper defeated Hogan via Sting, the WCW World Championship match was held on Starrcade.
On March 23, 2001, virtually all of WCW\'s trademarks and archived footage was sold to Vince McMahon and World Wrestling Federation Entertainment, Inc. for $7 million (although the book The Death of WCW claimed it was less than million).
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 Rotten Tomatoes: The Vine: The Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame
Not only was this a clinic in scientific wrestling, but the Intercontinental Championship was on the line, and the action was fierce.
And if Shawn Michaels, who was the special guest referee for the match, did not call the match down the middle, he would also never be able to wrestle in the United States again.
Both had extensive amateur wrestling backgrounds and could attack an opponent from all angles.
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 Triple H
For the first few months, Helmsley wrestled again in the low-card position, usually coming up victorious as his push was slowly built.
When he tried to show Trish some wrestling holds, Stephanie came in, believing that Helmsley was cheating on her.
After the match, Helmsley was carried painfully from the ring, and immediately taken to the hospital for an MRI on his leg.
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 WWE: Inside WWE > News > Archive > The career of Eddie Guerrero
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 CRZ.net [slash] Wrestling [slash] Guests [slash] WD
Which is the most devastating finishing move in professional wrestling?
Lita vs. Trish Stratus vs. Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley vs. Terri Runnels vs. The Cat battle royal (Spice Channel).
Which is the most dangerous type of wrestling contest?
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 More Live Notes From WWE Homecoming Last Night - WrestlingInc.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Incredible to see him in person and how small he is now.
This crowd did not measure up to the crowd from the famous Raw when Mick Foley brought out the Radicalz, though.
WWE Diva Gone?, Stacy Keibler Update, New Wrestling Promo.
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 Best Faction - Page 2 - Talk Wrestling Online
Talk Wrestling Online > Wrestling Forums > US Scene Forum
US Scene Forum This is the place to discuss WWE, TNA, OVW, RoH and any other US wrestling promotions.
The Best faction was the Heenan Family, or were they a stable?
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 Eddie Guerrero Online -- The #1 online tribute site for a true legend of professional wrestling!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
This site was created as nothing more than a tribute to the amazing talent and influence of Eddie Guerrero, and is in no way affiliated with World Wrestling Entertainment or the Guerrero family.
All WWE Photos and Logos, and all uses of the WWE 'scratch' logo are Copyright© World Wrestling Entertainment and are used to promote the WWE product.
No harm or infringement was intended whatsoever, nor should be implied.
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