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Old school rasslin'

Going to the September 19th WWE show in Charleston!

Is this a hybrid? — Triple H

Wrestling Urban Legends: Sid Vicious vs. A Squirrel

Sid Vicious had a squirrel he took with him everywhere. Two wrestlers (I’m pretty sure one of them was Arn Anderson) bet him he couldn’t keep the squirrel down his pants for a whole minute. Vicious accepted the challenge and stuck it down his pants. After about 30 seconds the squirrel bit a very sensitive area, if you get my drift. Vicious fell down in pain and crushed the squirrel. He needed a rabies shot and stitches on his genitalia. WINNER: The squirrel, who is now a hero to all squirrels worldwide for flattening Sid.

Happy 100th birthday, Vince McMahon, Sr.

Anybody think it’s time to rename the WWE Tag Team Championship the WWE World Tag Team Championship to compliment the WWE World Heavyweight Championship?

Does anybody know when WWE permanently switched to a 20 foot ring?

I know the ring from the monthly MSG events was always a 20 foot ring, but I do know WWE used an 18 foot ring at some shows including WrestleMania 2 and WrestleVision Classic.

In addition, at least one of the matches from the “Black Saturday” edition of World Championship Wrestling took place in an 18 foot ring.

And I think the early Shotgun Saturday Night shows used a 16 foot ring.

And I could be wrong, but didn’t the WWE also use an 18 foot ring on early Raw episodes?

It surprises me that the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) haven’t gone after the WWE for using variations of Nazi imagery in Triple H merchandise.

Examples:

Pendant which looks like the Nazi iron cross:

Pendant which looks like the “crossed hammers” symbol of the Hammerskins white supremacist group:

I watch WWE to be entertained, not to be subjected to anti-Russia propaganda which is tantamount to the “two minute hate” from 1984.

West Texas State football player - and former NWA World Heavyweight Champion - Dory Funk, Jr.

West Texas State football player - and former NWA World Heavyweight Champion - Dory Funk, Jr.