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  Randall Poffo Photos - Randall Poffo News - Randall Poffo Information
His brother is Lanny Poffo, also known in the 80's WWF as "The Genius." Has played with the chicago Cubs in the MLB Savage started out in the WWF as The "Macho Man" accompanied by his lovely Valet Miss Elizabeth.
Randy Savage is a former King of the Ring.
Randy Savage and Kevin Nash were responsible for the formation of the nWo red and fl stable, otherwise known as the Wolfpac.
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  Randy Savage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Randall Mario Poffo, (born November 15, 1952 in Columbus, Ohio), better known by his ring name "Macho Man" Randy Savage, is a professional wrestler who achieved prominence in the World Wrestling Federation and later World Championship Wrestling.
Randy signed a $6 million contract with WCW, joining his "friend" Hulk Hogan, who was feuding with the 3 Faces of Fear and the Dungeon of Doom.
In 2004, a trademark case was brought against Randy Savage by the makers of Kool-Aid, claiming that he stole the catchphrase "Oh, Yeah!" from their anthropomorphic mascot.
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 Floridian: A wrestling dynasty
Almost on cue, Poffo matriarch Judy -- tanned and trim at 74 from daily mile swims -- emerges from the kitchen with a plate of seedless grapes for the former wrestling headliners.
In 1976, above, Randy and Lanny were known as the Poffo Brothers, a tag team in Charlotte, N.C. Lanny had already made the leap, joining his dad as a tag-team partner.
Lanny Poffo, 46, was at his wrestling peak in the 1980s.
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 Randy Poffo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Randy Poffo (born November 15, 1952), better known by his stage name "Macho Man" Randy Savage, is a professional wrestler who has worked for the WWE (WWF at the time) and WCW promotions.
He is a second-generation professional wrestler; his father, Angelo Poffo, was a well-known wrestler in the 1950s and 1960s.
Randy Savage recently told a Missouri newspaper that he can’t wrestle right now because of "health concerns".
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 Wrestler Brief Bios
Randy's father Angelo Poffo was the promotor for ICW.
Randy dated Georgous George (then 22 years old) in real life who he brought into WCW Wrestling when he was there.
Soon after Randy came to the WWF he would always challenge Hogan and say he was Wrestling chumps and to take on a real man, a "Macho Man", and even had Elizabeth go to the ring and announce this after Hogan's matches.
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 Warned.net - Wrestling Profile of Macho Man Randy Savage
Randy Poffo was a baseball player and had stints as a catcher with several minor league systems, The St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds and Chicago White Sox for five years.
Randy Savage would return to TV in a non-wrestling role, as the "Macho Man" again, over the summer with Miss Elizabeth and propose to her in the ring, leading to an on-air "wedding" at WWE SummerSlam 1991, dubbed The Match Made in Heaven.
Randy Savage recently told a Missouri newspaper that he can’t wrestle right now because of "health concerns." It was reported that he had injured his back at a show.
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 Randy Poffo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Randall Mario Poffo, (born November 15, 1952 in Columbus, Ohio), better known by his ring name "Macho Man" Randy Savage (and alternately Randy "Macho Man" Savage), is a professional wrestler who...
Randy Poffo and Elizabeth Hewlett were married on December 30, 1984 in Frankfort, KY. The "marriage" between the two at Summerslam 1991 was...
Randy Savage's (born Randy Poffo) first brush with professional sports wasn't in pro wrestling but as a pitcher for the farm team of the Saint Louis...
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 Obsessed With Wrestling   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Randy Poffo was still playing ball when his father, pro wrestler Angelo Poffo, got Randy into wrestling..
Randy Poffo held the Southern Tag Team titles with his brother Lanny Poffo a few years later..
Randy signed with WCW, joining his friend (and enemy), Hulk Hogan, who was feuding with the "The Dungeon of Doom"..
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 Randy Poffo - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Johnson, Randy, born in 1963, American professional baseball player, a left-handed pitcher who has won five Cy Young Awards and ranks among the...
Travis, Randy, born in 1959, American country-and-western singer and songwriter, noted for his quiet and traditional musical style.
White, Randy, born in 1953, American football player, a star defensive tackle for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL).
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 Chris Benoit
Randy Savage defeated Lanny Poffo in 1979 to become the ICW world champion, a belt he held three times in the next four years.
Randy Savage signed with World Championship Wrestling in November 1994 and debuted on WCW Saturday Night on December 3.
Randy Poffo is the savage who would be king.
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 Randy Poffo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Randy Poffo (born November 15 1958) better known by his stage name "Macho Man" Randy Savage is a professional wrestler who has worked for the WWE (WWF at the time) and WCW promotions.
He is a second-generation professional wrestler; his Angelo Poffo was a well-known wrestler in 1950s and 1960s.
The Macho Man is known to wrestling and non-fans alike for his trademark loud cry of "Ohhhhhhhhhh yeahhhhhhhhhhhh!" made even more by a series of Slim Jim advertisements.
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 regulators: Comment on Randy Poffo talks about wrestling   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Randy says he feels deep sorrow for the family and frienda of miss elizabeth (they were divorced).
Hope Randy's life is going ok. He is the macho man and is pretty amazing.
He is capable of overcoming all obstacles and I admire him for it, both professionally and personally.
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 WrestleView.com - Macho Man Randy Savage FAQ
Randy Poffo and Elizabeth Hewlett were married on December 30, 1984 in Frankfort, KY. The "marriage" between the two at Summerslam 1991 was just a gimmick to get people to buy the ppv.
Randy Savage was contacted about appearing in a Battle Royal on WCW Thunder but Savage couldn't come to an actual contract with WCW.
Randy Savage also appeared in the new Spiderman in the spring of 2002.
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 Obsessed With Wrestling   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Poffo was once third in his league for home runs and runs batted in.
Randy once wrestled under an alias called “The Spider”, which is a bit ironic if you saw the movie Spiderman that Poffo was in.
After Randy’s WCW contract expired he was not resigned and did not return to wrestling for a few years.
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 Randy Savage Biography
Born a Buckeye in the University Hospital on the campus of Ohio State, Poffo was raised in Chicago as a part of a tight-knit, loving family.
Never one to surrender, Poffo trained himself throw left-handed, and was soon signed by his hometown Chicago White Sox as a left handed, switch-hitting first baseman.
Once Poffo decided to change his persona and ring name to "Macho Man" Randy Savage, however, he was on a rocket ship straight to the top of the wrestling world and international superstardom.
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 MachoMan
Poffo wasn’t able to match the success his sons Lanny and Randy would attain, but amassed a respectable win-loss record and left his mark on wrestling history.
Lanny was the first of the Poffo children to reach the ranks of professional wrestling, beginning his career in the South and Southern independents.
After Randy began his tenure in the WWF, Lanny eventually was forced out of the picture, until he re-invented himself as The Genius, a wrestler who came to the ring in a cap and gown and read poetry he wrote about his opponents.
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 Poffo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
One of them was a man named Randy Poffo, now know as Randy "Macho Man" Savage.
"One report was that Poffo was a large man then, so if the other team had a runner that could score, but it would be close and there may be a collision at the plate with Poffo, the runner usually stayed at third base.
At which point Poffo turned to the umpire and argued until he was thrown out of the game and he could go to the track."
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Randy Poffo was born on November 15, 1952, to wrestler Angelo Poffo (who holds a world record with over 8000 consecutive sit-ups in one session).
Randy was dubbed the "Macho Man", a trademark name of his to this day.
There is only one Randy Savage, and it will be a long time before we see the likes of him in the sport again.
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 The Wrestling Oratory: Leaving Its Mark   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Randy Poffo had been a successful pro baseball player working tirelessly to make it to the major leagues of the sport he loved, until tragedy ripped that away from him with a devastating injury to his right shoulder.
A story of Poffo throwing 1,500 balls against the wall with his uninjured left arm in Sarasota seems to sum up the period, which depicts Poffo as a great man madly undertaking the most gruelling rehab schedule imaginable just so that he could continue his doomed baseball career with his left arm.
Regrettably, the same cannot be said for Angelo Poffo’s other son, ‘Leaping’ Lanny, who proved the theory that promoters’ generally should not book their own children, after he was inexplicably given the first ICW world title ahead of talent such as Ronny Garvin, The Sheik, and Ole Anderson.
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 Wrestler Profiles: Randy
After wrestling alongside of and sometimes against his father and brother, Randy entered the World Wrestling Federation where he was courted by all of the top managers in the organization.
In truth, Elizabeth was not only known to Randy, she was in fact his wife.
Shortly thereafter, Randy Savage left the WWF due to contract disputes.
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 Anecdote - Randy Savage [born Poffo] - Poffo`s Horse   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Anecdote - Randy Savage [born Poffo] - Poffo`s Horse
One of them was a man named Randy Poffo, now known as Randy 'Macho Man' Savage.
Poffo was reportedly very quiet that day, which was rare.
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 IMDb Name Search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Randy Walker (I) (Miscellaneous Crew, L.A. Confidential (1997))
Randy Hoffman (I) (Producer, Fantasy: Mariah Carey at Madison Square Garden (1995) (TV))
There may be additional matches in special interest areas that are only available to users choosing to see them.
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 Randy Savage
During the late 1980s and early 1990s, he also became known for a supposed friendship with Hogan that quickly developed into a very open (and unscripted) rivalry after Savage accused Hogan of sleeping in Elizabeth's bed during a road trip.
Randy Poulis, MFA, is a professional lighting designer for theatre and film as well as an instructor in the discipline.
Randy Powell is the author of several highly acclaimed books for young adults.
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 WrestlingClassics.com Message Board: Leaping Lanny Poffo
Poffo was way ahead of his time, doing moves that would not become popularized in mainstream American wrestling for another 10 years.
posted 06-06-2000 09:26 PM Yeh, man Lanny Poffo was a talent and after his Memphis run in '85 he should have far exceeded any "Genius" run or the likeness that he had...
But to say he was better than Randy is overblowing it a little bit.
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 Informat.io on Randy Poffo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Randall Mario Poffo, (born November 15, 1952 in Columbus, Ohio), better known by his ring name "Macho Man" Randy Savage (and alternately Randy "Macho Man" Savage), is a professional wrestler who achieved prominence in the World Wrestling Federation and later World Championship Wrestling.
Before he started his full-time wrestling career, Randy was a minor league baseball catcher in the St.
Eventually, the Poffo promotion disbanded, and Randy and Lanny entered the Memphis scene.
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 Wrestling Observer - headlines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Lanny claims that Savage's on air character isn't exactly who Randy Poffo is. He says his brother is one of the most resilliant people he's ever met, "I was with him when he was ignored in the Major League baseball draft, what does he do?
It is revealed in the poem that Lanny and Randy's mother was Jewish, which the GIR boys found very interesting.
"I liked Randy before he got to be so self important, well he was full of himself long before he became a superstar", he goes on to say that savage used to "pick fights with people who were 5 years old or 75,000 years old", and Ole always had to bail him out.
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 search.com - Randy Savage - Search.com Reference
Savage provided the voice for the character, Rasslor, on an episode of the "Dial M For Monkey" segment on Dexter's Laboratory.
He also appeared in one of the more popular episodes of the television program Space Ghost Coast to Coast, entitled "Piledriver." In said episode, Savage supplied the voice of Space Ghost's grandfather, a former professional wrestler (oddly enough).
Savage beat out rival former wrestler Goldberg as the casting choice to appear in the original Spider-Man movie as the underground wrestler "Bone Saw McGraw." Interestingly, the original character from the comics is named Crusher Hogan; Savage's rival Hulk Hogan's name is derived from Marvel character The Incredible Hulk.
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 Randy Poffo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Macho Man Randy Savage on The Weird Al Show Randy Poffo (born November 15, 1952), better known by his stage name "Macho Man" Randy Savage, is a professional wrestler who has worked for the WWE (WWF at the time) and WCW promotions.
His brother Lanny had a moderately successful career as a wrestler, under the stage names "Leaping Lanny Poffo" and "The Genius." Savage wrestled in what is widely considered to be one of the greatest matches in North American wrestling history when he faced Ricky "the Dragon" Steamboat at Wrestlemania III in the Pontiac Silverdome.
The match was the culmination on a long and bitter feud between the two and featured tremendous athleticism and in-ring storytelling.
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