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  • Crowd Favorites In Professional Wrestling
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    Current Issues Professional Wrestling When some people hear the word wrestling they think of "2 points take down" or headgear and singlets. But most people think of the WWF, WCW, NWO, and theWolfPac. They think of names such as Hollywood Hogan, Sting, Stone Cold, Diamond Dallas Page, and Goldberg. If you have been alive in today's TV culture, you have undoubtedly heard these names. Although professional wrestling has been enjoying newfound success lately, it is not a new sport by any means. Prof...
  • Wrestling Tape For The Kids
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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 compa...
  • Olympic Wrestling And Professional Wrestling
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    Wrestling is a sport of many statures. There are many different ways to par take in this sport, all of which make the sport highly addictive. As said before wrestling is an addictive sport. It has been played many different ways, from times that date back to the Egyptians. The variety just makes the sport more addictive. Some of the ways people par take in the sport would be Freestyle or Greco-Roman, Olympic Wrestling, and Professional Wrestling. Wrestling has been popular throughout recorded hi...
  • Phenomenon Of Professional Wrestling Mick Foley
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    The Phenomenon Of Professional Wrestling Mick Foley was standing 15 feet above the floor of the arena, atop a cell made of chain-link fence material with his partner, Mark Calloway. Foley gave the ready cue, took a deep breath hurled himself over the edge of the structure. He aimed for the annoucers' table that would break his fall. His heart rate began to decrease with relief as jaws dropped across America. Thousands of fans in attendance and millions watching worldwide on pay-per-view are shoc...
  • Day Of The Wrestling Match Loudin
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    Swains Vision There comes a time in every young mans life when he realizes the difference between the superficial problems of childhood and the real world of adulthood. Some boys learn the nuances of being a man at an early age, while others don t quite understand the truth of maturity until after they ve lived on their own for a while. Loudin Swain was a young man who didn t experience much along the lines of adulthood until he was nearly out of high school. Through the decisions he made in his...
  • 2 Wrestlers
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    Wrestling with the American Culture Wrestling on television today is a window into the basis of the Americanculture. It shows our need for violence and sex at an accessible arena. It's not extremely graphic but it's what serves a wide variety of audiences. It reaches a wide range of people, everyone from 10-12 year olds and elderly men and women. The largest demographic for them is the 18-24 year olds. Today in the American society the highest rated weekly television show is the WWF "RAW IS WAR"...
  • World Championship Wrestling
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    WCW vs. WWF The World Wrestling Federation and World Championship Wrestling have been battling for the top rated television program for about three years. Some people think that there is a clear favorite and other think that it is too close to call. Some of the aspects of one program are not shown in the other program but both have very strong cases. The World Wrestling Federation is my favorite because of it's advertising and programming but World Championship Wrestling has many qualities I lik...
  • Tomita And Maeda
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    Mitsuyo Maeda In 1904, 'Judo's founder Jig oro Kano sent one of his strongest young judoka, Mitsuyo Maeda (1880-1941) with Jojiro Tomita to the White House to assist in a judo demonstration for President Teddy Roosevelt. After a formal demonstration, an American football player in the audience issued an impromptu challenge. ' The less adept Tomita took to the floor instead of Maeda. 'Tomita failed with a throw and was pinned helplessly beneath the football player's bulk. Maeda, abashed by Tomita...
  • Every Match
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    Spin Assignment Wrestling; a sport for only the top athletes, contenders if you will. We struggle through the hardest of physical, mental and emotional beatings. I could give every detail of every match I have ever wrestled in, from match score, to the people around me, to what I could have done to make it better. You remember everything about the sport. I remember doing the same thing for four years straight before every match. When I was younger my father taught me prayers to recite every nigh...
  • World Wrestling Federation And Vince McMahon Jr
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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 wre...
  • Professional Wrestling Is Professional Wrestling A Sport
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    Running Head: Professional Wrestling Is Professional Wrestling a Sport? Nicole M. Flynn Florida Metropolitan University Word Count: 460 ABSTARCT Imagine thousands of screaming fans waiting for the popular television show WWF Monday Night Raw to begin. Elaborate firework displays go off and loud music plays all to enhance the audience's excitement. Then comes running down the aisle is The Rock or maybe the Undertaker. The fans turn cheering the most desired wrestler as he or she shows there mascu...

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