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zenpencils:

ULTIMATE WARRIOR: Legacy

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Posted 1 month ago

wcwworldwide:

The Hell Raisers: Hawk Warrior and Power Warrior - WCW Magazine [October 1993]
After splitting off from Road Warrior Animal and the World Wrestling Federation to be on his own for a while, Road Warrior Hawk found himself a new partner in Kensuke Sasaki during his stint in New Japan Pro Wrestling. Sasaki adopted the moniker “Power Warrior” and even began to sport his own facepaint and set of armor for his matches with Hawk and the two took on the tag team name of The Hell Raisers.

wcwworldwide:

The Hell Raisers: Hawk Warrior and Power Warrior - WCW Magazine [October 1993]

After splitting off from Road Warrior Animal and the World Wrestling Federation to be on his own for a while, Road Warrior Hawk found himself a new partner in Kensuke Sasaki during his stint in New Japan Pro Wrestling. Sasaki adopted the moniker “Power Warrior” and even began to sport his own facepaint and set of armor for his matches with Hawk and the two took on the tag team name of The Hell Raisers.

shitloadsofwrestling:

Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson [1976]
When you think of the Anderson family in pro wrestling, you usually think of Arn Anderson and Ole Anderson. One Anderson you might not have heard of is Gene Anderson, who formed the Minnesota Wrecking Crew with Lars Anderson (another “brother” in the Anderson family) in 1965. In 1969, Gene began teaming with another Anderson “brother”, Ole Anderson, who became one of the most successful tag teams in history. As a team, Ole and Gene became NWA Georgia Tag Team Champions, including wins over teams that included members such as Tony Atlas, Mr. Wrestling I and II, and Bob Armstrong (to name a few). They also became the NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions 3 times, one of which included a win over Jack Brisco!

shitloadsofwrestling:

Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson [1976]

When you think of the Anderson family in pro wrestling, you usually think of Arn Anderson and Ole Anderson. One Anderson you might not have heard of is Gene Anderson, who formed the Minnesota Wrecking Crew with Lars Anderson (another “brother” in the Anderson family) in 1965. In 1969, Gene began teaming with another Anderson “brother”, Ole Anderson, who became one of the most successful tag teams in history. As a team, Ole and Gene became NWA Georgia Tag Team Champions, including wins over teams that included members such as Tony Atlas, Mr. Wrestling I and II, and Bob Armstrong (to name a few). They also became the NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions 3 times, one of which included a win over Jack Brisco!

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sfgiants:

Was Tyler Colvin’s 1st Giants HR really a splash hit?  YES YES YES!

sfgiants:

Was Tyler Colvin’s 1st Giants HR really a splash hit?  YES YES YES!

 Connor “The Crusher” Michalek knocks out and defeats Triple H (x)

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Posted 2 months ago

samcannon:

Went to my first wrestling match last night. 

samcannon:

Went to my first wrestling match last night. 

asteroidvision:

OKADASH!!

asteroidvision:

OKADASH!!

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droptoehold:

bryansbeard:

FOLLOW…. THE CHILDREN

Christmas comes early in baby Leatherface’s family.

droptoehold:

bryansbeard:

FOLLOW…. THE CHILDREN

Christmas comes early in baby Leatherface’s family.

professionalwrestling:

SAY IT AIN’T SO!! 1 THAT SUNNUVABITCH JOHN CENA IS IN CAHOOTS WITH THE WYATT FAMILY!! 1 HOW COULD YOU CENA?! WHY, JOHN, WHY?!

professionalwrestling:

SAY IT AIN’T SO!! 1 THAT SUNNUVABITCH JOHN CENA IS IN CAHOOTS WITH THE WYATT FAMILY!! 1 HOW COULD YOU CENA?! WHY, JOHN, WHY?!

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bretscrewedbret:

mengs-mullet:

WWE.com’s 7 fantasy hardcore matches

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Posted 2 months ago

shitloadsofwrestling:

Andre The Giant Vs. Ric Flair [1976]

Considering the paths these two men would take, it’s difficult to ascertain that they ever faced off in the ring. However, thanks to Mid-Atlantic Wrestling, the monstrous Andre The Giant faced off against the future 16-time World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair in an epic encounter. The second to last shot in this set freaks me out. I can’t help but wonder just how easy it would have been for Andre to snap a man’s leg in half. Being the master of the Figure Four, you also gotta wonder what was going through Flair’s mind at this exact moment!

Posted 2 months ago