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The Year In Wrestling 1980

 · Here are matches promos programs from 1980

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The Top 100 Wrestlers

12 Jim Hellwig Actor Saturday Night s Main Event Standing out than the rest Ultimate Warrior became one of the most popular wrestlers in the WWE back then in the WWF During his run from the 1980s 90s Warrior became known for high high energy when running down to the ring with his music hits shaking the ropes during his entrance his

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WWE Power Ranking 25 of the Best Wrestlers of the 1970s

 · A crowd favorite in the WWWF and WWF While he was not the best wrestler in the company he was known for his hard work and his in ring style Worked as a mid carder in the 1970s and early 1980s

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THE CRUSHER Facebook

In 1986 Lisowski occasionally teamed with The Machines as Crusher Machine The Crusher s last match was at a WWF house show in Omaha on February 15 1988 He replacedBilly Jack Haynes to team with Ken Patera and face Demolition who were disqualified when Mr Fuji tripped Crusher with a cane about three minutes in

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List of WWE television programming

The following is a list of all WWE television programs It also includes programming produced under the Capitol Wrestling Corporation CWC World Wide Wrestling Federation WWWF World Wrestling Federation WWF and World Wrestling Entertainment banners WWE airs multiple television programs all over the world in a wide range of mediums including on pay per view on video on demand

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Matches Crusher Wrestlers Database CAGEMATCH

WWF World Tag Team Title Davey Boy Smith The Crusher Replacement for The Dynamite Kid c defeat The Hart Foundation Bret Hart Jim Neidhart WWF House Show House Show Rosemont Horizon in Chicago Illinois USA

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1980s Pro Wrestling Entrance Themes are Coked

 · In the mid 1980s the World Wrestling Federation WWF now known as WWE became the first American wrestling company to achieve nationwide mainstream success Brash 37 year old promoter Vince

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Top WWF Professional Wrestlers from the 70s Groovy History

 · Saturday Night was all about the WWF Main Event By way of the beginning of television in the 1950 s and subsequently cable television in the 1980 s professional wrestling began appearing in powerful multiple media outlets The sport reached an outrageous and never before seen numbers of

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1987

WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan pinned Andre the Giant w Bobby Heenan with a bodyslam and the legdrop at 12 07 Bob Ueker was the guest ring announcer and Mary Hart was the guest time keeper after the match Hogan was presented with a new heavyweight title belt WrestleMania The Greatest Matches 94 WWF Strong Men Hulk Still Rules

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WWF Live Event Results 1983

All American Wrestling 1 8 84 The Iron Sheik w Freddie Blassie defeated WWF World Champion Bob Backlund w Arnold Skaaland at 11 50 to win the title when Skaaland threw in the towel as Backlund was trapped in the Camel Clutch moments prior to the finish Backlund attempted his roll up into a bridge but was unable to keep it applied due

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AWA American Wrestling Association 1967

3 19 67 – St Paul MN the Auditorium Afternoon Show Dick The Bruiser The Crusher vs The Alaskan Killer Kowalski 2 0 AWA Tag Team Champions Larry Hennig Harley Race vs Ernie Ladd Earl Maynard Doug Gilbert vs Eddie Sharkey in 24 00 Jim Raschke vs Chris Markoff 20 00 Reported Attendance 2 857

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The Crusher Death

 · The Crusher Death – Brain Tumor 1926 2005 Age 79 Reggie The Crusher Lisowski was one of wrestling s true working class heroes a tough guy who drank beer smoked cigars and kicked ass wherever he went

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The Machines professional wrestling

The Machines were a professional wrestling stable that performed in the World Wrestling Federation in 1986 and 1987 The team consisted of well known WWF wrestlers working under masks which strongly resembled that worn by Super Strong Machine in New Japan Pro Wrestling at the time leader André the Giant had faced Hirata and two other Strong Machines during tours of NJPW in 1984 getting the

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WWWF Wrestling

Lou Albano starts his manager career taking on Crusher Verdu as his first wrestler TV Shows On DVD 1950 s 1960 s 1970 s 1980 s 1990 s 2000 s

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Old School Wrestling T

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AWA American Wrestling Association 1979

AWA Tag Team Champions Pat Patterson Ray Stevens vs Mighty Igor Vodik the Crusher subs Greg Gagne Jim Brunzell Bobby Duncum vs Doug Gilbert Super Destroyer Mark II vs Doug Somers The Crusher vs Lord Alfred Hayes Frank Hill vs Iron Sheik Buddy Wolff vs George Gadaski 1 17 79 – Davenport IA the Palmer Auditorium Non Title

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WWF Superstars TV Series 1986–1999

With Vince McMahon Bret Hart Shawn Michaels Ted DiBiase Syndicated series featuring the stars of the World Wrestling Federation Featuring wrestling matches interviews and updates on ongoing feuds and upcoming events

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Pro

Rankings ratings of the pro wrestling in the United States from the 1970s Introduction Symbols NAME FORMAT CHANGE IN PROCESS Names of the wrestlers from countries where the family names come before the given names will be listed as such Japan Korea etc

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THE CRUSHER Jerry Blackwell in action Wrestling Champion

THE CRUSHER Jerry Blackwell are pictured in action on this 7 x 11 press photo This press photo has the original stamp and news caption attached to the back dated 8 20 80 The photo has some corner wear and crop notes written at the right white border

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Pro Wrestling The Top 20 Wrestlers of the 1980s

 · Pro Wrestling The Top 20 Wrestlers of the 1980s 0 of 20 The WWE was then known as the World Wrestling Federation and this decade helped form the business model of the sport today

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1989

WWF Spokane WA Coliseum January 8 1989 Cancelled WWF Calgary Alberta Saddledome January 8 1989 WWF World Champion Randy Savage vs Bad News Brown WWF Charlotte NC Coliseum January 8 1989 13 500 1st show held at the venue Arn Anderson Tully Blanchard defeated Shawn Michaels Marty Jannetty Hercules defeated Ted Dibiase

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Nick Bockwinkel vs The Crusher

 · May 1 1980 Winnipeg CANADA Nick Bockwinkel defends the AWA World Heavyweight Title against challenger Crusher Lisowski and as always Bobby The Brain Heenan is in Bockwinkel s corner

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WWF WWE Houseshows Maple Leaf Gardens Toronto WWF

Toronto Ontario – Maple Leaf Gardens – January 13 1980 14 000 Sweet Daddy Siki vs Chris Tolos Klondike Bill vs Joe Marcus at 5 47 Pedro Morales vs David Patterson at 10 29 Greg Valentine vs Johnny Weaver at 14 16 WWF World Champion Bob Backlund vs the Destroyer at 16 40

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5 Things You Didn t Know About Da Crusher Milwaukee s

 · September 1966 Prior to returning to Pittsburgh to exact revenge Crusher cuts a comical promo as classically performed by one of the all time masters at the trash talk art

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Before WWE 25 Very Best Wrestling Territories Bleacher

 · Buddy Rose was their main draw throughout the late 70 s and early 80 s even wrestling there on his days off from the World Wrestling Federation WWF In the 1980 s they began promoting in

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1981

WWF Meriden CT Platt High School Gym January 7 1981 SD Jones vs Jose Estrada Johnny Rodz vs Baron Mikel Scicluna Rick McGraw vs the Hangman Dominic DeNucci vs Killer Khan WWF Tag Team Champions Tony Garea Rick Martel vs the Moondogs WWF Brooklyn NY Our Lady of Guadalupe School January 8 1981 500

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The Crusher wrestler

 · WWF Legends Battle Royal 1987 Superstars such as Ray Stevens Bobo Brazil Gene Kiniski Pat O Connor Nick Bockwinkel Al Costello The Crusher Tony Garea Rene Goulet Pedro Morales Chief Jay

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The History of Black Americans in the Sport of Pro

Last year the WWF and MTV announced plans for a reality show in which a house full of young WWF hopefuls trained to become wrestlers as cameras captured their every move – in AND out of the ring At the end two lucky contestants – one male one – would be awarded a WWF contract The show was a surprise hit for the WWF and MTV

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AWA Results 1980 crazymax org

 · American Wrestling Association Results 1980 Promoting the Areas of Minnesota Illinois Wisconsin Colorado Nebraska North Dakota Iowa and Manitoba Canada Promoter Verne Gagne 1 4 80 – LaCrosse WI the Mary E Sawyer Auditorium Mad Dog Vachon defeated AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel via DQ

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The one the only Da Crusher remembered

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WWF Superstars TV Series 1986–1999

WWF Superstars TV Series 1986–1999 cast and crew credits including actors actresses directors writers and more

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List of Former WWE programs Pro Wrestling Fandom

WWF Championship Wrestling was a TV show of the World Wrestling Federation It featured all the stars of the WWF interviews and championship matches The show lasted from May 20 1972 until 1986 1980s All American Wrestling 1983–1994 WWF All American Wrestling was a cable television program that was a predecessor to Tuesday Night Titans and Saturday Night s Main Event originally

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The Crusher wrestler Wikipedia Republished WIKI 2

 · In 1986 Lisowski occasionally teamed with The Machines as Crusher Machine The Crusher s last match was at a WWF house show in Omaha on February 15 1988 He replaced Billy Jack Haynes to team with Ken Patera and face Demolition who were disqualified when Mr Fuji tripped Crusher with a cane about three minutes in

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WWF WWE Houseshows The Rosemont Horizon Rosemont

WWF Old School is dedicated to Wrestling fans all over the globe who love and dig Old School Wrestling now WWE We share awesome content covering all interesting parts of the Pre Golden Era Golden Era New Generation Era Attitude Era the early Ruthless Aggression Era

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Demolition professional wrestling

Demolition was a professional wrestling tag team most prominent during the late 1980s and early 1990s in the World Wrestling Federation WWF now WWE made up of Ax Bill Eadie Smash Barry Darsow and later Crush Brian Adams In the WWF Demolition were three time WWF World Tag Team Champions and hold the record for the most combined days as reigning champions with that

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1980

WWF Flushing NY Shea Stadium August 9 1980 36 295 35 771 paid Vince McMahon was the guest ring announcer for the show subbing for Howard Finkel Angel Marvilla pinned Jose Estrada at 7 26 with a flying headbutt

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Make Offer WWF WWE Wrestlemania 3 III 1987 Promo Poster Hulk Hogan Andre The Giant 12x18 WWE WWF Vintage Royal Rumble 2001 Poster 16x20 Stone Cold Steve Austin 29 99

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1980s professional wrestling boom

The 1980s professional wrestling boom more commonly referred to as the Golden Age was a surge in the popularity of professional wrestling in the United States and elsewhere throughout the 1980s The expansion of cable television and pay per view coupled with the efforts of promoters such as Vince McMahon saw professional wrestling shift from a system controlled by numerous regional

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ROSEMONT HORIZON

WWF Chicago IL Rosemont Horizon September 16 1989 12 500 Koko B Ware vs the Genius Hercules vs Bad News Brown Tito Santana vs Haku Ron Garvin vs Greg Valentine The Bushwhackers vs the Powers of Pain Jim Duggan vs Ted Dibiase King s Crown match WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan w Miss Elizabeth defeated Randy Savage

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Pro

Rankings ratings of the pro wrestling in the United States from the 1960s Introduction Symbols NAME FORMAT CHANGE IN PROCESS Names of the wrestlers from countries where the family names come before the given names will be listed as such Japan Korea etc

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Lou Albano

Louis Vincent Albano July 29 1933 – October 14 2009 was an Italian born American professional wrestler manager and actor He was active as a professional wrestler from 1953 until 1969 before becoming a manager until 1995 Over the course of his 42 year

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The 1970s Wrestling History Preserved

Wrestling continued to grow throughout the 1970s with regional promotions becoming a staple of local television programming throughout the country The early days of cable television also created more opportunities for wrestling to be broadcast far and wide including the airing of the WWWF s monthly shows from Madison Square Garden Though some promotions failed to

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WWF December 1987

 · WWF December 1987 Category Entertainment Show more Show less Loading Advertisement WWF Wrestling Philadelphia Spectrum 2 19 83 Bob Backlund VS Big John Studd Duration

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Professional Wrestling The 50 Greatest Wrestlers of the 1980s

 · Professional Wrestling The 50 Greatest Wrestlers of the 1980s 0 of 50 With all do respect to Robert Aitken my writing colleague there are better wrestlers in the 1980s

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The Road Warriors Are Now Officially in the WWE Hall of

 · In today s wrestling everyone has a theme song but back in the early 1980s only a select few made their entrance to music and the Road Warriors were one of those few

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Remembering The Honky Tonk Man s WWF Babyface Run Ring

 · Longtime WWE fans of course remember The Honky Tonk Man as one of the top heels during the mid to late 1980 s A heel run that included the longest Intercontinental title reign in WWE history All that is true but before he became a huge heel in the promotion there was an attempt by Vince McMahon and company to make Honky a huge babyface

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WWF Championship Wrestling TV Series 1972–1986

Created by Vincent McMahon With Vince McMahon Lou Albano Roddy Piper Steve Lombardi A weekly wrestling show that featured matches and interviews will WWF superstars

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