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Gentleman Chris Adams

Gentleman Chris Adams | One of Wrestling’s Unsung Heroes

Gentleman Chris Adams was a national Judo Champion three times over by the age of 21. During his career, his greatest successes came from...
Dean Malenko

Dean Malenko | Wrestling’s Unsung Thousand Hold Treasure

As the son of Boris Malenko, Dean Malenko immediately had wrestling in his blood. His career in the industry initially began as a referee...
Brad Armstrong

Brad Armstrong | One of Wrestling’s Most Professional Wrestlers

On November 1st, 2012 the world lost Robert Bradley 'Brad' James. To fans across the world, he was 'Brad Armstrong'. As a second-generation wrestler...
Indigenous American Wrestling

Indigenous American Wrestling – The Gathering Of Skill

Indigenous American Wrestling - The Gathering Of Skill. My connection with Indigenous American culture dates back to when I was a young child. My...
Chris Tatanka Chavis

Tatanka | Pro Wrestling’s Unsung Native American Hero

Tatanka, aka Chris Chavis, was essential to the WWF in the '90s. He was beloved as a fan favorite and despised as a member...
Suma Te Woke

Suma Te Woke – The War Chief and Warrior of Wrestling

Suma Te Woke La grew up dreaming of being a professional wrestler. He saw it on the television, and ever since then, he was...
Wahoo McDaniel

Wahoo McDaniel | Celebrating Wrestling’s ‘Chief’

One of wrestling's legit toughest was Edward "Chief Wahoo" McDaniel. With little evidence he was ever recognized as a Chief, Wahoo McDaniel was unquestionably...
The Missing Link

The Missing Link – Wrestling’s Original Unknown Terror

The evolutionists seem to know everything about the missing Link except the fact that it is missing. - Gilbert K. Chesterton For Dewey Robertson, his...
Adrian Street

Adrian Street – Pro Wrestling’s Renaissance Man

Adrian Street. According to the Webster’s Dictionary the definition of a Renaissance man is “a person who has wide interests and is expert in...
The UWF Beach Brawl

The UWF Beach Brawl – A Wrestling Catastrophe

On June 9th, 1991, The Universal Wrestling Federation held their first pay-per-view event. The Supercard, known as The UWF Beach Brawl, would also be...