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Guest Announcement: Billy Gunn

November 17th, 2018 | by admin

Oh, you didn’t know? Your ass better call somebody Oh, hell yeah   Billy Gunn Billy Gunn can do it all. The 6-foot-3, 260-pound phenomenon from Orlando, Fla. is a freakish athlete who can bust out a dropkick with textbook precision and hoist an opponent over his head with animal-like strength. He’s charismatic, too. A cocky, in-your-face outlaw, Billy rocked with The Honky Tonk Man, threw a lasso as a Smoking Gunn and broke it down with D-Generation X en route to a whopping 11 Tag Team Title reigns and the 1999 King of the Ring crown. Starting off in 1993, he was a tag team specialist alongside his brother, Bart Gunn. As mustachioed cowpokes, the aptly named Smoking Gunns


Guest Announcement: The Warlord

November 14th, 2018 | by admin

The Warlord  Terry Scott Szopinski is an American professional wrestler. He is best known by his ring name The Warlord and for his tenures in National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) and the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) as one half of The Powers of Pain alongside The Barbarian. His first national exposure was in the NWA territory Jim Crockett Promotions (JCP), where Powers of Pain held the World Six-Man Tag Team Championship until they departed the company in 1988 and joined WWF, where they competed in the tag team division until the team was quietly split in 1990. Warlord then competed as a singles wrestler until departing in 1992, and had a small stint in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in 1996, where


Guest Announcement: Rocky Johnson

November 9th, 2018 | by admin

Rocky Johnson  While part of one of the most famous and influential families in sports-entertainment history, “Soul Man” Rocky Johnson is just as famous and influential on his own. Known to different generations of our fans for different reasons, Johnson is one of the greatest African-American pioneers inside the squared circle. A former boxer, Johnson turned to a career in sports-entertainment in the mid-1960s. He was trained by a man who would later become his father-in-law — the legendary High Chief Peter Maivia. The High Chief was himself a “blood brother” of the even more legendary Anoa’i Samoan wrestling dynasty, so when Johnson married Peter’s daughter, Ata Maivia, he became a part of that dynasty. Johnson debuted in 1966 and



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