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Santino Marella discusses his neck surgery

By Greg Oliver, SLAM! Sports: On September 17th, Santino Marella tweeted “Surgery was a success, road to recovery starts now.” A week later, at his gym in Mississauga, Ontario, he shared further details about his surgery with SLAM! Wrestling. The surgery was done in Pittsburgh, under the care of Dr. Joseph Maroon, the neurosurgeon for […]

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Arda Ocal signs with WWE

WWE has hired Canadian broadcaster Arda Ocal. Ocal hosted several WWE related programs for The Score in Canada. Ocal has a long history of covering WWE events as a member of the media, and has interviewed several WWE personalities over the years. He also previously worked with WWE’s Renee Young. Ocal has changed his name […]

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Saturday Night Fever

“I’m going!” I yelled into the telephone! My buddy Jamie had an extra ticket for that night’s WWF card at the Hershey Park Arena. It was a taping of Saturday Night’s Main Event and I was so disappointed I was going to miss it. I had been to 2 previous tapings of SNME and I […]

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CLASSIC VIDEO: The Hart Foundation wins the WWF tag team titles

The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart) began a feud with tag team champions British Bulldogs (Davey Boy Smith and Dynamite Kid) in early 1987 over the titles. On the February 7, 1987 edition of Superstars, in Tampa, Florida, the Harts defeated the Bulldogs for their first WWF tag team championship when the referee […]

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Goldberg talks about his biggest regret in wrestling

Goldberg appeared recently on Jim Ross’s podcast and said he is open to a new WWE deal if the money is right. He also discussed his journey from college football to the NFL to the squared-circle, his WCW streak, the Spear, life in the WWE, and one of the biggest regrets of his wrestling career! […]

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Sid Vicious compares Vince McMahon and Eric Bischoff, and more

Published on http://www.wrestling101.com by Josh Modaberi Sid Vicious also known as Sid Justice and Sycho Sid was one of the most intimidating wrestlers of his generation. The 53-year-old from West Memphis, Arkansas enjoyed a career lasting four decades, he’s won the WWF and WCW World Heavyweight titles on two occasions a piece as well as […]

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