Archive for the ‘Columns’ Category

 

Taelers Revenge!

 

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Sean O’Haire’s final fight was one he couldn’t win

– Mike Mooneyham

 

It was a dream come true when Sean O’Haire landed a full-time job with World Championship Wrestling in 2000.

The Hilton Head High graduate wanted to be a wrestler because he was a fighter, first and foremost, shaped by years of kick boxing, mixed martial arts and toughman contests.

 

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Possibly the last Other Side of the Ropes?

 

Say it ain’t so, Redd!

 

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Putting The Clothes ON, Taking The Gloves Off – NEW BLOG!

 

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WWE stuck in creative rut

Mike Mooneyham

 

Who’s writing this stuff?

With the exception of a single substituted word, that’s an age-old question that surely applies to WWE today.

 

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NFL players who became pro wrestlers


– Josh Stewart

 

NFL hopeful Michael Sam invited to WWE “Monday Night Raw”? Former NFL player Bob Sapp in North Korea as part a pro wrestling diplomacy tour? Yes, the squared circle has maintained its usual wackiness recently — with a good bit of gridiron spliced in. With all that going on as the 2014 NFL season kicks off, we figured it would be a good time to recognize NFL players who traded their helmets for tights.

 

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Popular Mid-Atlantic wrestling reunion returning next year

– Mike Mooneyham

 

Wrestling fans spoke. And Greg Price listened.

Less than a month after the curtain closed on what was billed as the final Mid-Atlantic Wrestling Legends Fanfest, it was announced last week that the popular event will return next year.

 

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New Video: Barefoot Bikini Sleeper Match!

 

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Massage therapy gives pro wrestling new edge; Who’ll beat the invincible Brock Lesnar?

– Mike Mooneyham

 

It’s hardly a secret that professional wrestlers take a pounding.

So how do they get relief from the constant wear and tear on their bodies?

 

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AIW Today

– Article & photos by Paul Stratoti

 

The success of AIW as a well oiled, highly competitive and unique indie fed cannot be denied.

 

The AIW Mother-ship which usually docks at the legendary Turner’s Hall is well into its 9th year and now holds regular training sessions in its 16′ X 16′ rings in effort to bring to the table the new, unique and exciting talent that Northeast Ohio and beyond boasts with trainers of notable stature. John Thorne and Chandler Biggins are usually always watching from back stage area to supervise the entire goings on while also tending to the needs of the wrestlers and fans.

 

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