Professional wrestling is a sport involving athletes doing choreographed moves which are scripted. “kayfabe” an old carnival term, has been created to protect this. Historically, European and North American professional wrestling have involved matches where the outcome was predetermined, by the

Film Shows Black Women as Hidden Figures in Pro Wrestling By ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS. COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ramona Isbell is …

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SLAMpeg 1396: Brittney Savage vs LeiLani Kai. Solid chain wrestling is followed by some solid cheating from LeiLani in this one-fall affair. Brittney endures chokeholds, hairpulls and eye rakes from the start, but the tenacious blonde counters with a snapmare and sleeperhold before targeting the veteran’s legs with several Boston crab variations.

Intergender wrestling, also known as mixed wrestling, is a type of professional wrestling match between a man and a woman, and may also refer to tag team matches with both men and women on each team.

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By OWW Contributor The Blessed Life of ‘Buddha Khan’ Eddie Carter “Buddha Khan” Edward A. Carter III was always friendly and approachable, despite his imposing height and intimidating demeanor.

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Dec 27, 1981 · Page 1 of 3 – Houston Wrestling Results (NWA Classics Research) – posted in Pro Wrestling: Starting with 1978. Boesch @ Houston, TX – Sam Houston Coliseum – January 6, 1978 Chavo Guerrero d. Kazuo Sakurada Eric the Red d. Tully Blanchard Rocky Johnson d. Ron Slinker Jose Lothario d. Denny Alberts Bob Ellis d. …

The history of Mexican wrestling dates back to 1863, during the French Intervention in Mexico, Enrique Ugartechea, the first Mexican wrestler, developed and invented the Mexican lucha libre from the Greco-Roman wrestling.. In the early 1900s, professional wrestling was mostly a regional phenomenon in Mexico until Salvador Lutteroth founded the Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre (Mexican Wrestling

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The Mexican Women’s wrestling college is one of far reaching tradition and value. The luchadoras or gladiadoras as they’re also known are a breed apart. They almost always wear very shiny pantyhose and leotard like outfits to the ring, not to mention their masks which carry a special significance in the Mexican folk culture.

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