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Dearborn, Michigan

and are not equipped with iVCT (Variable valve timing) or VICS (Variable Length Intake Manifold). Output is 143 hp (107 kW) at 5250 rpm with 154 lb·ft (209 N·m) of torque at 3750 rpm. Early career Despite rumors that Steiner trained first under the Original Sheik (Ed Farhat), he was originally trained under Dr. Jerry Graham Jr. at Torio's Health Club in Toledo Ohio and debuted in the Toledo, Ohio-based World Wrestling Association in 1986


Toledo, Ohio

labels Gillespie's threat as censorship, and replies that "Just because President Bush, Vice President Cheney, and Secretary Rumsfeld, and for that matter Senator Kerry, say that there is not going to be a draft does not make it so." Early career Despite rumors that Steiner trained first under the Original Sheik (Ed Farhat), he was originally trained under Dr. Jerry Graham Jr. at Torio's Health Club in Toledo Ohio and debuted in the Toledo, Ohio-based World Wrestling

Farhat Original Sheik , he was originally trained under Dr. Jerry Graham Jr. at Torio's Health Club in Toledo Ohio and debuted in the Toledo, Ohio-based World Wrestling Association in 1986 as Scott Rexsteiner, a variation of his last name. On August 14, 1986 in Dearborn, Michigan, Steiner defeated "The Great Wojo" Greg Wojciechowski for the WWA World Heavyweight Championship (WWA World Heavyweight Championship (Indianapolis version)). He held the title until May 3, 1987


Allentown, Pennsylvania

date 2008-06-18 work Daily Mail location UK accessdate 2010-01-01 Professional wrestling career Snitsky wrestled in Ohio Valley Wrestling as "Mean" Gene Mondo, the brother of Mike Mondo (Michael Brendli). He signed with Allentown, Pennsylvania based World Xtreme Wrestling (wXw) under the name "Mean" Gene Snitsky (a name inspired by "Mean" Gene Okerlund (Gene Okerlund)) and won the tag-team championship along with his partner Robb


Dakar

; Additionally there are some 350 affiliate members, representing the private sector, educational institutions, tourism associations and local tourism authorities. The frequent confusion between the two WTOs – World Tourism Organization and the Geneva-based World Trade Organization – officially ended on 1 December 2005, when the General Assembly approved to add the letters UN (for United Nations) to the start of abbreviation of the leading international tourism body in English


Puerto Rico

2004 Puerto Rican National Basketball Team that competed at the 2004 Athens Olympics (Basketball at the 2004 Summer Olympics). Olympic results In 1989, Jerry Jarrett purchased the Texas-based World Class Championship Wrestling promotion and merged it with the CWA to create the United States Wrestling Association (USWA). Over the following years, Jarrett won the Memphis Wrestling

of WWE, and was also the 1995 King of the Ring. Post–WWF (1996–1998) He then received bookings (List of professional wrestling terms#B) with the World Wrestling Federation and the Puerto Rico based World Wrestling Council (WWC). In WWC, he engaged in a rivalry with Carlos Colón (Carlos Colón, Sr.), during which the Universal Heavyweight Championship (WWC Universal Heavyweight Championship) was "held up"

. The Alianza has since then been very active at the grassroots level. World Wrestling Council (1987–1990) Jon Rechner trained at the Monster Factory and debuted in 1987, at age 15, as Abbudah Singh. He originally wrestled in the independent circuit and for Stu Hart's Stampede Wrestling on a few occasions. He also wrestled for Puerto Rico-based World Wrestling Council (WWC) where he changed his ring name to Abbuda Dein. On February


Indianapolis

, Philippines and the United States. Air Tahoma ceased operations in 2009. He also went to Dick the Bruiser's Indianapolis-based World Wrestling Association in December 1965 and captured its World Heavyweight title, holding it for four months. A few weeks later, Kiniski earned the opportunity to contend for the National Wrestling Alliance World Heavyweight title. '''WTIU''' channel 30 (digital 14) is the local Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member public television

to Michigan's tourist industry". *WWA World Heavyweight Championship (WWA World Heavyweight Championship (Indianapolis)) (1964–1991) - An Indianapolis-based World Wrestling Association (World Wrestling Association (Indianapolis)) title. Not to be confused


Mecca

arts administrator, with many sex scenes and an approving attitude towards prostitution and sex tourism. The novel's depiction of life and its explicit criticism of Islam, together with an interview its author gave to the magazine ''Lire'', led to accusations against Houellebecq by several organisations, including France's Human Rights League (Human Rights League (France)), the Mecca-based World Islamic League and the mosques of Paris and Lyon. Charges were brought


Birmingham, Alabama

by Train (Train (band)) recorded at Workplay Theatre in Birmingham (Birmingham, Alabama), Alabama over three consecutive nights from June 9 to June 11, 2004. In 1996, The Public Enemy joined the Atlanta, Georgia based World Championship Wrestling promotion. They debuted on January 15, 1996, defeating The American Males. On September 23, 1996 in Birmingham, Alabama, The Public Enemy defeated Harlem Heat to win the WCW World Tag Team Championship. Harlem Heat


Staten Island

on the island. Longfellow is the author of ''The Secret Magdalene'' and other books. Lois Lowry, the author of ''The Gossamer'' and many other books, attended school on Staten Island. Writer Paul Zindel lived in Staten Island during his youth and based most of his teenage novels in the island. George R.R. Martin based King's Landing (World of A Song of Ice and Fire#King's Landing) on the view of Staten Island from his childhood home in Bayonne, New Jersey. wikipedia:Staten Island


Dallas

States Tag Team Championship , later losing it back to the Battens. Michaels also made several appearances in the Dallas, Texas (Dallas)-based World Class Championship Wrestling throughout 1985. birth_date -- Early life Trevino was born in Dallas, Texas into a family


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