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    WCW vs. WWF The World Wrestling Federation and World Championship Wrestling have been battling for the top rated television program for about three years. Some people think that there is a clear favorite and other think that it is too close to call. Some of the aspects of one program are not shown in the other program but both have very strong cases. The World Wrestling Federation is my favorite because of it’s advertising and programming but World Championship Wrestling has many qualities I like

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    research each candidate. McMahon and Turner both have controversy in their pasts, and have overcome much adversity rather unscathed throughout their careers and both candidates have tremendous support through their fan base linked to their respective wrestling companies. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on November 19, 1938, Ted Turner, born Robert Edward Turner III. The oldest child of Robert Edward(Ed)

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    (then WWF) on a national level. These companies contained the Bill Watts owned UWF, Verne Gagnes AWA and the renowned NWA. None of which had the resources nor the business acumen to match McMahon. In the 90's, the Turner owned enterprise World Championship Wrestling, fathered a viable foe to the WWE. During its peak, WCW was outdrawing the WWE at house shows and conquering them every week in the Monday Night War ratings. However, as the 90's closed, so did WCW. Spear-headed by "Stone Cold" Steve Austin

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    I'm not a professional writer by any means, I just happen to take pro wrestling very seriously. (Yes,I know that it's fixed.) I can't promise that this blog series won't be a little biased or crazy, my plan really is to just write about my feelings on the current product and what; in my opinion, can be done to improve it. So without anymore delay's I give you your first look into the mind of a person who takes pro-wrestling a little more seriously than they should. So the question I ask is this;

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    Wrestling Ring

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    Professional Wrestling dates back to the early 1900’s and late 1800’s. The biggest wrestling corporation that many fans can relate to is the World Wrestling Federation. The WWF is a huge corporation but is only one of many and independent circuits across the nation are much smaller than the WWF. Explain and show just how wrestling as a sport from the early to mid 1900’s until present time has gone from wrestling to “wrasslin”, and from classic takedowns to phenomenal finishers. Wrestling began to get

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    WWF as a Business

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    1890, professional wrestling has garnered the attention of the public. However, no one has capitalized on this sport’s entertainment value more than the World Wrestling Federation and Vince McMahon Jr. Vince McMahon Jr. acquired the WWF from his father Vice McMahon Sr. in 1982. Vince McMahon Jr.’s succession brought along freshness, flare, success, and much controversy to the world of professional wrestling. Before McMahon’s takeover of his father’s company, professional wrestling had various territories

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    the greatest feud

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    Wrestling Company manage imbued the rise of Fascism of the West into simple street between wrestlers. The wrestling world and its use of gimmicks can be viewed simply as a fight between two wrestling organization for the attention of the audience, or is there something more to it? In the feud between nWo, the New World Order, and WCW, World Championship Wrestling, the rise of Fascism was alluded to and represented by the two groups as they struggled for the attention of the audience. The nWo had

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    Stereotyping the Mentally Disabled in the World Wrestling Federation The ongoing misperception of the mentally ill/disabled, has led me to research the topic in further depth. Since many people don't come in contact with the mentally ill/disabled, where do they get their beliefs or understandings? The bulk of perceiving the mentally ill/disabled comes through stereotyping, and all the outside influences that generate ones beliefs. Besides the fact that some people are a little slower or have a

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    Violence, Drama, Comedy, and Sex – It Must be Professional Wrestling If prompted to identify every professional sport in recent history, the typical response would consist of: baseball, basketball, football, soccer, hockey, and golf. However, one very significant and deeply rooted sport is absent from this list. This sport is interestingly labeled as “Professional Wrestling,” the seemingly “advanced” level of amateur wrestling. Stemming from the gladiators of ancient Rome, this phenomenon has

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    Pro Wrestling Bret Hart: Wrestling with Shadows Written and Produced by Biography Special Interview 15 December, 1997 Unreal Story of Professional Wrestling Narr. Steve Allen Written and Produced by A&E Special Documentary A&E New York, New York 1 March, 1998 WCW/nWo: Sting Unmasked Narr. Toni Shiavone Written by Eric Bischoff, Produced by Turner Broadcasting Co. Special Interview, Turner Entertainment Atlanta, Georgia 5 May 1998 Nagurski, B. “Professional Wrestling” Microsoft

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