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    Stone Cold

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    Stone Cold The crowd roars with a deafening volume that could awaken the dead from their eternal slumber. He explodes through the doors, the crowd's cheers raise to an even higher decibel, as he sprits up to the ring it appears the only thing running through his veins is pure adrenaline, his muscles bulge as he slides into the ring. He rises to he feet, the crowd is still ecstatic, as he lifts his extended middle finger into the air as he screams, "Give me a HELL YEAH!", and the crowd, including

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    Essay On Stone Cold

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    legendary Stone Cold Steve Austin. Stone Cold, for short, has been in the wrestling industry since the 1990’s. Back in the 1990’s, the wrestling industry was called WWF which stands for world wrestling federation. During the attitude era, Stone Cold’s popularity rose with the WWF universe. From T-shirts to sweatpants with his name on them, Stone Cold Steve Austin officially became the founder of the attitude era. Who exactly is Stone Cold Steve Austin? – Steve Anderson, also known as Stone cold, was born

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    Wrestlemania 15

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    entertainment here, seems to be non existent. I cannot stand Michael Cole either, I have always found him to be, a mediocre announcer, so I was really happy, that J.R got to announce the main event. Wrestlemania 15 is memorable though for me, because Stone Cold Steve Austin, and The Rock are my two favorite wrestlers of all time, and seeing them put on one of the greatest brawling clinics in wrestlemania history, was fabulous. Matches. WWF Hardcore Championship. Billy Gunn|C| Vs Hardcore Holly Vs Al Snow

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    Pro-Wrestling

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    Pro-Wrestling I want to discuss how the business of pro wrestling is viewed in today's society, and how wrestling has reached such widespread notoriety. I mean, honestly. Let's face it. The vast majority of the American population looks down upon this form of sports entertainment. As a whole, professional wrestling fans are thought to be toothless, sweaty, smelly rednecks with low IQ's, low morals, violent streaks, and a thirst for blood. Stereotypes of this magnitude are partially to

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    Wrestlemania 19

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    it as # 3 in my personal favorites. Perfect match choosing, great storytelling from almost every single one of the matches, and often almost flawless wresting. Very emotional for me at the time this came out, because my all time favorite Stone Cold Steve Austin was facing his last match, against my 2nd all time favorite The Rock. But I also enjoyed the storyline with HBK and Jericho, and Vince and Hogan. It's a nearly flawless Wrestlemania, with only The Undertaker deserving of a better match up

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    Review Of Wwf Wrestling

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    wrestler and to the whole WWF world. If this isn’t real you wouldn’t know what was. Another example of reality is when Stone Cold Steve Austin was being suplexed (a professional wrestling move when your opponent lifts you in the air and slams you into the mat), his opponent landed Austin wrong on the mat. This resulted in a career ending surgery for Steve Austin. One thing that wrestling has done over the past couple of years is raised media uproar pertaining to violence at home between children

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    Professional Wrestling

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    Issues Professional Wrestling When some people hear the word wrestling they think of “2 points takedown” or headgear and singlets. But most people think of the WWF, WCW, NWO, and the WolfPac. They think of names such as Hollywood Hogan, Sting, Stone Cold, Diamond Dallas Page, and Golberg. If you have been alive in today’s TV culture, you have undoubtedly heard these names. Although professional wrestling has been enjoying newfound success lately, it is not a new sport by any means. Professional

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    Wrestlemania 20

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    Wrestlemania 20 is one of the greatest Wrestlemania's ever in my opinion, outside of a few lackluster matches. The atmosphere, and the electricity that was going on, amazed me. The Undertaker's return is chilling, and I loved the controversial crowd, even if they were dead for a few of the stuff, that they shouldn't have been. Every 10 years, Wrestlemania emanates from The Garden, so this was really special. There were so many great moments. Between Beniot's amazing title win, and Trish's shocking

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    Ruby

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    When a new face appeared at the counter, one or the other of the women approached them with a smile and a gleeful greeting. Two elderly men chose a booth behind the stranger. They wore matching khaki pants with careful creases down the front. One of the men was quite round and waddled as he walked. With each passing word, he panted as if he couldn’t ever catch his breath. A slender belt made its way around his waist, magnifying his ample midsection. The other man was thin and casual. A yellowed thermal

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    WWF Review

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    Survivor Series 1999 is memorable for a lot of things, but not many of them good. When was the last time you heard a crowd yell "Boring" during a Kurt Angle match?. The running over Austin storyline was well done, but The whole Big Show experiment turned out to be a failure, The Rock or Triple H should have went over here. 1999 was exciting a lot of the time, but also way overbooked at times, and this event proves it. Your hosts are. Jerry Lawler and Jim Ross. The Godfather, D'Lo Brow&The Head

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