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significant portion of the visual history of modern professional wrestling in the United States and Canada. WWE has made their classic holdings available
1980s professional wrestling boom (3,434 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
'n' Wrestling Era) was a surge in the popularity of professional wrestling in the United States and elsewhere throughout the 1980s. The expansion of
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free-style championship, and he is credited for popularizing professional wrestling in the United States. He competed back when the contests at championship level
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one of the two key people to establish and popularize professional wrestling in the United States. The 6-foot-1 McLaughlin weighed between 215 and 265
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time slot, he would control all nationally televised professional wrestling in the United States. Consequently, he approached Turner with an offer to
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Before its increase in popularity in the mid 1980s, professional wrestling in the United States was organised as a cartel of regional monopolies, known
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character gimmicks. It was not until the First Golden Age of Professional Wrestling in the United States during the 1940s–1950s, when Gorgeous George created
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contributed to the apogee of the "second golden age" of professional wrestling in the United States. In a time when weekly programming consisted primarily
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Aidan (May 1, 2020). "David Starr on trying to unionize professional wrestling in the United States". Cultaholic. Retrieved May 30, 2021. Martin, Garrett
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contributed to the apogee of the "second golden age" of professional wrestling in the United States. In a time when weekly programming consisted primarily
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competitive sport. Following the retirement of Frank Gotch, professional wrestling in the United States (except in the Midwest) was losing popularity fast. In
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Gilbert had a Barbed Wire match- a sight not often seen in professional wrestling in the United States, and an object Foley would often be associated with.
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inductee; promoted wrestling events and helped popularize professional wrestling in the United States 148 2002 Kenta Kobashi Wrestling Won the Triple Crown