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Monclova

Estrada''' (full name, '''Gerardo Hernández Estrada'''; born January 10, 1958, Monclova, Coahuila), is a Mexican (Mexican people) professional wrestler. Estrada was a major star for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre during the 1980s but was one of the first stars to jump to Antonio Peña's AAA (Asistencia Asesoría y Administración) promotion during the 1990s. He had a brief run in World Wrestling Federation (World Wrestling Entertainment) around 1997-1998 when AAA and WWF had


Springhill, Nova Scotia

that he thought was a boxing dojo. It was there that he met wrestler Dave "The Wildman" McKigney who offered to cross train with him. Another wrestler that he met at the gym, Waldo Von Erich, got Tattrie in the door with the World Wide Wrestling Federation (World Wrestling Entertainment) (WWWF), where he wrestled for a time as Tony Newbury. In 1963, he took his craft to Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where he continued to train and work


Puerto Rico

. In 2008, the archipelago's first unified league, the Puerto Rico Soccer League, was established. Other sports include professional wrestling, road running and basketball. The World Wrestling Council and International Wrestling Association (International Wrestling Association (Puerto Rico)) are the largest wrestling promotions in the main island. The World's Best 10K, held annually in San Juan, has been ranked among the 20 most competitive races globally. The "Puerto Rico All Stars" team, which has won twelve world championships in unicycle basketball. Commons:Category:Puerto Rico WikiPedia:Puerto Rico Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Puerto Rico


Kuwait City

, Carol Barnes, Angela Rippon, Jon Nicholson and Anne Leuchars were all back presenting news bulletins and regular slots on the ITV News Channel. World Wrestling Federation (1997-2002) Singh signed with the World Wrestling Federation (World Wrestling Entertainment) in January 1997, with the signing announced at a press conference at SkyDome (Rogers Centre) in Toronto. Singh's most notable accomplishment in the company occurred in 1997, when he won the second WWF Kuwait Cup Tournament, held on April 9, 1997 in Kuwait City. He defeated Owen Hart in the finals to become the second and final WWF Kuwait Cup winner. He would also participate and be managed by his father at the WWF's United Kingdom-exclusive pay-per-view event One Night Only (WWF One Night Only) on September 20, 1997, facing off against and defeating Leif Cassidy (Al Snow). Kong made his debut for Birkenhead based All Star Wrestling, worked all over the U.K. and Wales along with Ireland and Scotland. A standout performer Bradley has also worked for Austrian wrestling promotion EWA on several occasions and held the EWA heavy weight belt in 2009 by defeating WWE developmental talent and champion Chris "bambikiller" Rabber in Leoben, Austria. Bradley was also noted for working WWF (World Wrestling Federation) talent "'''Just Joe'''" Joe E. Legend drawing another sold out house for EWA. Bruiser Bradley also competed in a weekend-long catch-as-catch-can (catch wrestling) Far East Wrestling tournament in Kuwait City and by far was a top fan favorite. Bradley also appeared live on Kuwait's most popular television sports talk show. - Kuwait City Wikipedia:Kuwait City Commons:Category:Kuwait City


Cochrane, Alberta

as Highway 734 to north of the Pembina River, north of the Elk River (Elk River 233, Alberta) Indian reserve, where it becomes the fourth segment of Highway 40. '''Cochrane High School''' is a public secondary school located near Cochrane (Cochrane, Alberta), Alberta, Canada. The school's enrollment is approximately 700 to 800 students, in grades 9 through 12. The school falls under the jurisdiction of the Rocky View Schools Division.


Naucalpan

oversaw all championships promoted by the UWA. The company was founded by wrestler and trainer Ray Mendoza, promoter Francisco Flores (Francisco Flores (wrestling promoter)) and investor Benjamín Mora, Jr. as when they broke away from Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre (Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre) to form their own promotion. The company had working agreements with wrestling promotions both in the United States and Japan as they worked with New Japan Pro Wrestling, the World Wrestling Entertainment

World Wrestling Federation and Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling (JWP). History In 1974 Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre (Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre) (CMLL) founder and owner Salvador Lutteroth brought his son into the promotion, grooming him to take over when the aging Lutteroth, Sr. eventually had to retire. This action combined with a very rigid and conservative promotional philosophy led EMLL's Promoter in Naucalpan, Mexico State, Francisco Flores (Francisco Flores (wrestling promoter)), EMLL wrestler and trainer Ray Mendoza and investor Benjamin Mora, Jr. to break away from EMLL to form their own company and challenge EMLL's dominance in Mexico. Naucalpan, Mexico State ''El Toreo de Naucalpan''


Susanville, California


Tupelo, Mississippi

levels of steel cage that they were going to use to get rid of Hogan. The Horsemen were in one cage, the regular members of the Dungeon of Doom were in another, and two large wrestlers who the Dungeon recruited for this event, The Ultimate Solution (Robert Swenson) and Ze Gangsta (Tom Lister, Jr.) (Hogan's former World Wrestling Federation (World Wrestling Entertainment) nemesis Zeus), were in the bottom cage.


Cambridge, Ontario

The section between London and Woodstock (Woodstock, Ontario) generally parallels the former Highway 2 (Ontario Highway 2) but lies on the south side of the Thames River. While the topography in this area is less flat, the highway is generally straight. This part of Highway 401 often experiences heavy snowsqualls in early winter, sometimes extending as far east as Toronto. To the south of Woodstock, Highway 401 curves northeast and encounters the western terminus of Highway 403 (Ontario Highway 403). The highway heads towards Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario) and Cambridge (Cambridge, Ontario), where it encounters Highway 8 (Freeport Diversion) and returns to its eastward orientation. Ministry of Transportation (2003), section R23–24. East of Kitchener, the highway meanders towards Milton (Milton, Ontario), passing through hills and cut rock along the way. Butorac. The Rae government had previously lost much of its base in organized labour, due in part to the unpopularity of its "Social Contract (Social Contract (Ontario))" legislation in 1993 (which Harris, after some initial vacillations, eventually voted against). Harris' opposition to Rae's affirmative action measures helped him to capture some union support during the election, particularly among male workers. Although there were regional variations, many working-class voters shifted from the NDP to the Tories in 1995 (instead of to the Liberals as expected pre-campaign), enabling the Tories to win a number of working-class ridings, such as Cambridge (Cambridge, Ontario) and Oshawa (Oshawa, Ontario), which had long supported the NDP. Mallan, Caroline. "The legacy of Mike Harris". ''Toronto Star'', March 16, 2002, H02. class Compact car assembly Cambridge, Ontario, Canada layout Front engine (Front-engine design), front wheel drive all wheel drive Biography Beck was born in Baden, Ontario to German (Germany) immigrants, Jacob Beck and Charlotte Hespeler. He attended school at the Rockwood Academy in Rockwood, Ontario. As a teenager he worked in his father's foundry, and later established a cigar-box manufacturing company

horse harnesses and sand casting. During his time in the Ontario independent scene, Young also owned and operated the Wrestleplex training facility out of Cambridge. Notable wrestlers to come out of the gym include Jake O'Reilly, Ontario mainstay Crazzy Steve and World Wrestling Entertainment signee Shawn Spears (Ronnie Arniell). He appeared on WWE television three times. The first was on an episode of ''WWE Velocity''; he teamed with future tag team partner Robert Roode


Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, Ham Fisher dropped out of school at the age of 16 to work as a brush peddler and truck driver before finding employment as a reporter and ad salesman for the ''Wilkes-Barre Record'' and then moving on to a job with the New York ''Daily News (Daily News (New York))''. World Wrestling Entertainment (2004–2008) Snitsky had a tryout match with the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) the day after winning the WXW Championship on October 20, 2003 in Wilkes

Garden Garden than for his 20 years as a wrestling promoter. On November 22, 1954, as a result of a cerebral hemorrhage, Jess died at a hospital in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Upon Jess's death, his second son, Vincent J. McMahon (Vince McMahon, Sr.) took over the business, eventually creating the World Wide Wrestling Federation, known today as World Wrestling Entertainment, or WWE. birth_date Michael Curtis Reynolds (w:Michael Curtis Reynolds), 47, from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania (w:Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania), is accused of trying to work with al-Qaeda (w:Al-Qaeda), according to the FBI (w:FBI).


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