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WRESTLER MAGAZINE — FEATURE STORY ON DORY FUNK JR.

Posted August 13th, 2010 by admin

Wrestler Magazine – Feature Story on Dory Funk Jr.

The Current Issue of the Wrestler Magazine F E A T U R E S a Multiple Page 90 Minute Interview with Dory Funk Jr. Plus Exclusive Photos-

Few people have done as much, or even witnessed as much, as Dory Funk Jr. has over the span of his 40-year career in wrestling.

Senior Writer Harry Burkett gets the former NWA World champion to open up about his life and his career in this exclusive 90-minute interview -

You can purchase the Wrestler now at http://www.pwi-online.com

Dory Funk Jr. is the Coach of the Funking Conservatory… Read more.

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REMEMBERING LANCE CADE

Posted August 13th, 2010 by admin

I didn’t know Lance Cade very well but the few times I did meet him he impressed me as a guy who really wanted to succeed in the wrestling business.

The first time I saw Lance was when I was on assignment for WOW MAGAZINE doing a photo shoot and story on the Shawn Michaels’ Wrestling Academy. I remember how focused Michaels was on Cade seemingly more-so than other students, at least while I was there. Michaels noted that he felt this guy would go on to become a star in the business if he kept learning at the pace he… Read more.

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TNA IMPACT! & REACTION RATINGS

Posted August 13th, 2010 by admin

TNA iMPACT! drew a 1.15 rating and ReAction drew a .87 rating based on data compiled by Nielsen Media Research.

Follow us on Twitter @1wrestling… Read more.

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LANCE CADE PASSES AWAY

Posted August 13th, 2010 by admin

WWE.com has announced the passing of Lance Cade. The report says WWE was notified by Cade’s father that he had passed away from apparent heart failure.

Cade, real name Lance McNaught, was 29 years old. A former student at the Shawn Michaels Wrestling Academy, Cade will most likely be remembered for teaming with Trevor Murdoch in WWE.

Everyone at 1Wrestling.com sends condolences to the family and friends of Lance Cade… Read more.

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THE WHOLE F’N (TNA) SHOW, INCLUDING REACTION RECAPS

Posted August 13th, 2010 by admin

Hot on the heels of the very successful Hard Core Justice PPV, TNA presented “The Whole F’n Show”. It was jam packed with action. Three titles were on the line and at least one changed owners. Plus, brutality reigned supreme in one of the most shocking finishes in recent history.

Forget the opening montage, let’s get straight to the action. Kurt Angle came up from the depths to continue his climb up the rankings. He faced off against the TNA TV Champ, A.J. Styles, in a non-title match. (so much for defending, each and every week).

Kurt Angle v A.J. Styles

Non-Title Match

Styles… Read more.

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AND THE NXT ROOKIE ELIMINATED IS …

Posted August 10th, 2010 by admin

Lucky Cannon (not so lucky actually) has been eliminated from NXT.…

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TAKE THE “WHAT DID YOU THINK OF NXT” POLL & LEAVE A COMMENT

Posted August 10th, 2010 by admin

WWE NXTonline surveys

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LINDA MCMAHON WINS CT PRIMARY

Posted August 10th, 2010 by admin

It’s official … CLICK HERE TO READ THE STORY

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“ROUGH CUTS” — LAST NIGHT’S RAW”

Posted August 10th, 2010 by admin

Editor’s Note — The opinions expressed by Sal Lasardo Jr. are those of his own and do not reflect the opinion of anyone on the staff at 1Wrestling.Com.

This is Sal LaSardo, and welcome to tonight’s edition of Monday Night Raw. We are six days away from the biggest event of the summer in the form of Summer Slam. The WWE has their version of grand slams as in all other major sporting events, and this Sunday will be the 3rd of the 4th grand slams, major wrestling events per say. The first of course being the Royal Rumble… Read more.

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THE RAW RECAP

Posted August 10th, 2010 by admin

The Raw Recap

The final pieces of Raw’s portion of Summerslam fell into place, or did they? Bret Hart joined up with John Cena to battle Chris Jericho and Edge. Also, Evan Bourne hit one of the most incredible moves that I’ve seen, in years.

Roll the opening montage.

Raw was just over the hill from me in Sacramento, CA. Jerry Lawler and Michael Cole ran down the night’s main event.

Bret Hart came out to address the crowd. He traded pink and black for Batman black, gray and gold. The arena was still bathed in bright pink light. Bret talked about training hard… Read more.