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  • ron wright wrestler

    ron wright october 26, 1938 – april 21, 2015 was an american professional wrestler, promoter and manager.he wrestled and managed primarily for territory promotions in the southeastern united states from the 1950s until the 1990s, particularly in the tennessee and kentucky areas, including for national wrestling alliance, southeast championship wrestling, continental wrestling association .

  • cutter professional wrestling

    the cutter was innovated by johnny ace, who called it the ace crusher. it was later popularized by diamond dallas page , who called it the diamond cutter , which is where the move got its name. the cutter also formed the base for the later development of another professional wrestling move known as the stunner .

  • butcher brannigan

    in 1980 he returned to championship wrestling from florida as a jobber. also made appearances for mid-atlantic championship wrestling in 1982. on september 17, 1981 he won the nwa british empire/commonwealth championship defeating steve rickard. in 1982 he went to england to wrestle for joint promotions as crusher brannigan.

  • the assassins professional wrestling

    hercules hernandez went on to fame under that name in world class championship wrestling, florida, the wwf and japan, as the masked mr. wrestling iii in mid-south, and as the masked super invader in wcw.

  • list of former wwe personnel i–m

    wwe is a sports entertainment company based in stamford, connecticut. former employees family name letters i–m in wwe consist of professional wrestlers, managers, play-by-play and color commentators, announcers, interviewers, referees, trainers, script writers, executives, and board of directors.wwe talents' contracts range from developmental contracts to multi-year deals.

  • professional wrestling holds

    professional wrestling holds include a number of set moves and pins used by performers to immobilize their opponents or lead to a submission.this article covers the various pins, stretches and transition holds used in the ring. some wrestlers use these holds as their finishing maneuvers, often nicknaming them to reflect their character or persona.

  • larry hennig

    professional wrestling career american wrestling association. in the early 1960s, hennig entered the american wrestling association awa under the tutelage of verne gagne. he eventually found some main event success and shared a brief tag team championship reign with duke hoffman.

  • braun strowman

    adam scherr was born on september 6, 1983, in sherrills ford, north carolina. his father, rick 'crusher' scherr, is widely regarded as one of the greatest slow-pitch softball players of all time, and is a usssa hall of fame member who still holds the all time world series records in home runs 101 , hits 166 , and rbis 202 .

  • ray stevens wrestler

    this resulted in the 'breaking' of doctor x's leg which allowed beyer to leave the area to work with a wrestling tour in japan as 'the destroyer' and also led to the outlawing of the bombs away maneuver by the awa. it was shortly after that …

  • stan kowalski

    stan kowalski born bert smith; may 13, 1926 – october 20, 2017 was an american professional wrestler who was one half of the tag team murder incorporated with partner tiny mills in the american wrestling association awa from 1960 to 1975.

  • larry hennig

    larry hennig june 18, 1936 – december 6, 2018 was an american professional wrestler.he was the father of curt 'mr. perfect' hennig, and the grandfather of joe 'curtis axel' hennig and amy 'ms. perfect' hennig. he worked in the american wrestling association, national wrestling alliance, and the world wide wrestling federation.hennig was known by the nickname, 'the axe', a nickname he had .

  • steve casey

    professional wrestling. in 1935, steve and his brother paddy casey joined the british amateur wrestling team. steve casey debuted as a professional wrestler on 3 march 1936 by beating the irish canadian heavyweight champion paul duveen in a non-title match. in october 1936, boston promoter paul bowser brought casey to the united states.

  • crusher disambiguation

    'crusher bloomfield' and 'crusher gray', early ring names for professional wrestler one man gang born george gray in 1960 the crusher wrestler , ring name of reginald lisowski, a former professional wrestler; steve casey 1908–1987 , irish rower and professional wrestler known as 'crusher casey'