• Pro Wrestling In The Nineties
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    Pro-Wrestling In the Nineties A worldwide phenomenon has swept our worlds people. It has sold out huge stadiums every Monday, Tuesday, and once a month Sundays. This phenom is called Pro-Wrestling, and it seems to have a death grip on today's youth. I for the most part am an avid fan of wrestling and consider myself very knowledgeable on this subject. That is why I feel that I am able to show an unbiased view of wrestling and what happens behind the scenes, and around children's homes. The comp...
  • Wrestling These Days It's Not For Kids
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    For years and years professional wrestling has been loved and watched by children everywhere. They idolize their favorite superstars and despise their most hated. They stay up late on each and every Monday night to watch the muscular grapplers. Although it sounds like everything is all well and good, there is a problem. In the past 24 months professional wrestling has become too raunchy for young children. The fact of the matter is this, wrestling in the late nineties is not for kids. There are...
  • 1st Person Mick Folly And Hhh Made
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    Erich Blaze ski The first thing I would like to say It's great to be back here in San Francisco, CA. Hi I am Mick Foley, two time best seller author, a beloved children author or even the Hardcore legend. I have accomplished many things in my time in the wrestling business and have had some of the most deadly matches in the business. I'm here to tell you about a series of matches involved in to triple H and Mick Foley period. To start at the 1 st event to give you a little back round. The 1 st ...
  • Wrestling Considered Acceptable
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    Professional wrestling programs are among the most popular shows on television; they often represent six out of the ten top-rated cable shows each week. In addition to boosting ratings, the World Wrestling Federation's (WWF) increased emphasis on violence, raw language and sexual suggestion has made it controversial. Even though the televised events the WWF chooses to put on television may be disputed; the broadcasts should still be considered acceptable on television today. Although the WWF is ...
  • Wrestling Hulk Hogan
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    I would just like to start out and say that I dont think that watching wrestling on television is worth while. I cant understand how millions of people sit around their living rooms watching a bunch of muscle-bound wanna be jocks play fight and talk censored . ITS NOT REAL! What else do I have to say The wrestlers and the officials admit it. The couch potatoes that watch this garbage are drawn in by the story of all things. You see, there is an ongoing saga behind every pseudo-body slam. None of...
  • Stone Cold Wwf Undertaker Opponent
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    The Soap Opera for Men Kaaaaplllowww! was the only sound heard as the Undertaker fell straight to the canvas. While the referee was busy tinkering with an exposed, stainless steel turnbuckle on the right side of the ring, little did he realize what was going on in the match. In the few moments that the referee was preoccupied, Stone Cold Steve Austin managed to obtain a black, metal folding chair from the outskirts of the ring and demolish the Undertaker over the head with it. The crowd was goin...
  • Vince Mcmahon Jesse Ventura Navy
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    I AIN'T GOT TIME TO BLEED By: Jesse "The Body" Ventura In this book Jesse Ventura talks about when he was a Navy SEAL, being a pro wrestler, and his political career. It is a very interesting book because you learn about the real Jesse Ventura and understand his views a lot better. After he graduated from high school Jesse Ventura and a friend of his went to the Navy Recruiting office and signed up because they both wanted to become SEALs. When they went to basic training each part of the Navy p...
  • The Clique Kevin Nash
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    Let's Rank the Clique! In case you don't know, the Clique was an infamous backstage of friends (Triple H, Kevin Nash, Shawn Michaels, Scott Hall and X-Pac/Sean W altman) who reportedly managed to find ways to manipulate Vince McMahon and the WWF's booking to their own advantage for a few years during the mid-90's. They were all members of the WWF's 'Next Generation' of superstars who were supposed to usher in a new era of WWF product. They were all being pushed as young and cool. Not as cool as ...
  • Hulk Hogan Wwf Wcw World
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    HULK HOGAN Wrestlemania I was where Hulk Hogan became a house hold name. Hulk Hogan who real name is Terry Boulder never thought of how big of an impact he would have on the wrestling world growing up in Venice beach California. At Wrestlemania I he and Mr. T teamed up to head line the event that made hulk Hogan a super star and the WWF the sports entertainment monster it is today. Hulk Hogan carried the WWF in the mid 1980's to the early 90's selling out arenas all over the world. In the mid 9...
  • Wwf As A Business
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    Relevant Facts Since 1890, professional wrestling has garnered the attention of the public. However, no one has capitalized on this sport's entertainment value more than the World Wrestling Federation and Vince McMahon Jr. Vince McMahon Jr. acquired the WWF from his father Vice McMahon Sr. in 1982. Vince McMahon Jr.'s succession brought along freshness, flare, success, and much controversy to the world of professional wrestling. Before McMahon's takeover of his father's company, professional wr...
  • Review Of Wwf Wrestling
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    WWF: A Review of Professional Wrestling Bang! Fireworks as if it were the fourth of July. Thousands of people in an arena and billions watching around the world anxiously awaiting the arrival of their favorite superstar. Suddenly the crowd erupts as a man comes strutting down to the squared circle. Accompanied by a beautiful busty young woman, the wrestler is cheered by his loyal fans and booed by his enemies. Soon, another man enters the stadium the same way as the first man. The two men stop ...
  • Sports Entertainment Wrestling Fans Wwf World
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    SPORTS-ENTERTAINMENT Years ago sports-entertainment in the form of wrestling, was just another small business traveling through small towns entertaining few crowds. Now sports-entertainment is a multi-billion dollar business traveling all around the world and watched by billions of fans as the number one show on cable television. During its rise to the wrestling has undergone many changes, these changes may also be the demise of the World Wrestling Federation. The critics say that these changes ...
  • Wwf Case Study Bret Hart
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    1. Briefly describe the situation described in the case: a. The case basically describes the initial start-up and growth of the wrestling industry. At the beginning the McMahon's had a perceived monopoly within the wrestling industry. Vince McMahon took the WWF, which his father began, and expanded it beyond any expectation. He created story lines and merchandise demand that help propel the WWF into the wrestling entertainment leader. Ted Turner worked with the WWF to broadcast the shows and he...