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Promotions (A-D) This category contains photos from Adrenaline Fuelled Wrestling, Alpha Wrestling Evolution, Alternative Wrestling World, AMP Wrestling, Anti-Watershed Wrestling, British Championship Wrestling, British Hybrid Wrestling, British Wrestling Alliance, Catch Wrestling Council, Combat Sports Federation and Dropkixx Promotions.
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World of Sport Wrestling - IDOM Wiki
World of Sport Wrestling
World of Sport Wrestling (WSW) is one of England most successful wrestling promotions, it is also one of the most successful promotions in the world that is not affiliated with the National Wrestling Alliance .
World of Sport Wrestling was founded during the peak of British Wrestling on television. In March 1975 World of Sport Wrestling officially began...
Date: 2014-06-13 12:17:19
Sheamus - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In May 2004, still using the ring name Sheamus O'Shaunessy, Farrelly returned to wrestling at the newly opened Irish Whip Wrestling (IWW) school in Dublin . He then made his debut match for the promotion at their Mount Temple show on 9 July against Mark Burns, who he easily defeated.  He went on to win a battle royal the following month.
O'Shaunessy spent the rest of the year engaged in a...
Date: 2017-04-21 01:21:29
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Target Wrestling comes to the O2 Academy Newcastle for the ...
Target Wrestling, the new revolution in British Wrestling, is coming to the O2 Academy in Newcastle this weekend.
This is the first time a Pro Wrestling event will be held inside the popular central venue, and Target have promised a huge night of high flying, bone crunching exciting Pro Wrestling action that the O2 Academy on Saturday will struggle to contain and a show which all the family can...
The British Bulldogs - Wikipedia
The British Bulldogs
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The British Bulldogs were a professional wrestling tag-team consisting of cousins Davey Boy Smith and the Dynamite Kid (Tom Billington). They competed throughout 1980s in North America, Britain, and Japan and are consistently ranked among the top tag teams in history. 
Date: 2017-04-21 20:19:00
NWA: All-Star Wrestling - Wikipedia
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Although other wrestling promotions existed in Vancouver prior to the early 1960s (particularly a predecessor of All Star's called Big Time Wrestling), All Star (an affiliate of the National Wrestling Alliance for most of its existence) became the longest-lived and perhaps best-remembered of all promotions operating in the Vancouver area before or since. The promotion began...
Date: 2017-04-08 16:20:47
Stampede Wrestling - Wikipedia
Stampede Wrestling was operated by Stu Hart from 1948 to 1984. In 1983, a riot broke out during a match at the Ogden Auditorium in Calgary during a match between Bret Hart , Davey Boy Smith and Sonny Two Rivers against Bad News Allen , The Stomper and Stomper's kayfabe son Jeff Gouldie . Longtime Stampede announcer Ed Whalen reportedly became distraught during the riot, in which a woman was...
Date: 2017-04-16 17:31:49
World of Sport (UK TV series) - Wikipedia
World of Sport (UK TV series)
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This article is about a TV show on Britain's ITV network. For other TV shows by the same name, see World of Sport .
World of Sport
Dickie Davies in the World of Sport studio.
2 January 1965�- 28 September 1985
World of Sport is a British television sport programme which...
Date: 2017-04-21 20:11:35
Kendo Nagasaki - Wikipedia
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The original and most well known use of the gimmick is by the legendary British wrestler who made his name in ITV 's World of Sport . After his professional wrestling debut in November 1964,  Nagasaki became a household name in Britain after his television debut in 1971. He also toured Japan in 1968 (under the alternative ringname Mr Guillotine) and North America...
Date: 2017-04-07 04:28:15