== Honestly any of them are good, it just depends on what your goals are and where you live. At the end of the day, your skill is what's going to get you where you want to be. WWE probably watches OVW more closesly considering the number of people they've taken from that company since they moved their developmental to Florida but they also have open tryouts at two of the other companies you named. As for Shawn Michaels school. I don't hear too much about them.
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-Quit trying to wuss out on the incredibly unbelievable history that IS your fake Marine, MMA, UFC, career!! You should boast over your (unrecorded or findable) 57+ 'wins'/fights!!
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XPac is back on TNA as Syxx-Pac
Road Dogg is in the EWF
Earl Hebner is a ref on TNA
Farrooq right now his location is unknown
David Flair is currently wrestling on the independent circuit
Scott Hall is back on TNA and has reunited with Xpac and Kevin Nash to reform the NWO now called "The Band"
Billy Kidman is now working on the independent circuit and also is currently a trainer for Florida Championship Wrestling, the official training ground for World Wrestling Entertainment
Lex Luger right now h.is location is unknown
DDP Starting January 14, 2010, Page will appear in the GSN reality series Carnie Wilson: Unstapled
Sid Vicious He had a match at the "Jerry Lawler 35th Anniversary Wrestling event" on November 7, 2008 at the Tennessee Fairgrounds
Crash Holly: Michael John Lockwood (August 25, 1971 - November 6, 2003) R.I.P.
Rikish On November 21, 2009, Kishi reunited with Scotty 2 Hotty, and the duo defeated Orlando Jordan and Umaga in a tag team match on the Hulkamania Tour of Australia in Melbourne.
Tajiri is currently competing in New Japan Pro Wrestling as TAJIRI
In wwe i think it was Bret hart.
The length of wrestling mats tends to vary depending on how well they are taken care of. I have heard of well taken care of Dollamur Wrestling Mats lasting over 20 years without hardening or shrinking. Dollamur offers a 5 year warranty so at very least you should get 5 years out of it but it could last 20+ years.
http://www.matsmatsmats.com/wrestling/home_mats_remnant.html This is where I would look. Hope this helps.
Yes. He is currently with independent circuits.
No. If so, he would lose it to Hulk Hogan he wants triple h to be world champion. he has won the world title 16 times and is a future hall of famer. so he will not win it again. Maybe but the main problem is his age because he was too old for this kind of wrestling He is a bit too old to compete that well anymore. If you read "To be the Man" he tell that he won it over 20 times, but some were on house shows and the belt exchanged hands, again before the next TV show. By the way, I recomend reading his book! Highly unlikely that Ric Flair will ever win the championship again. He might in the future be a part of like a Triple Threat or a Fatal Four for the championship but doubt he would win it. Ric Flair is getting up in years and can't perform like he use to. Plus he's 16 time world champion....there's no reason for him to have to win it again! Mr. Hounderz I dont know but he is the IC champion. Ric Flair is the greatest wrestler ever and still is he will rise and become world champ diamonds are forever and so is the nature boy its like he said in his book Space Mountain may be the oldest ride in the park but it still has the longest line one more time WOOOOOOOOOOO!
Real name David Heath: born Feb. 16, 1970
They occasionally perform at shows in Florida.
yes who also is in one of takers movies Supposedly after the Eugene invitational, he signed a two-year contract with the WWE (obsessedwithwrestling.com) and he is taking a little time off now to get back in shape, but I don't know if this is the truth, I just got this from a reliable wrestling source, listed above. he came bak in royal rumbe 2006 but left He didn't leave after the 2006 rumble. He teamed up with Matt Hardy and beat MNM in a non-title match at no way out
It was Crosstown Traffic by Jimi Hendrix
Steve opened up an MMA school about 3 years ago in Harrisburg, Pa. Check out harrisburg-mma.com or search blackmanmma and you'll see our school. We've got some very good amatuer fighters and some turning pro in the past 30 days
yes he is
While Sid was wrestling for WCW, he made a jumping move from the top of the ropes and while landing he fractured his leg. As a result, he had to retire from professional wrestling. After surgery and many years of recovery, Sid is right now making part time appearances in other independent wrestling promotions.
This depends on what your parents say. Many kids that watch it are 6-8 years old. Many years ago 13 would be a good age. Now 6-8. Some pay perviews, i would say 10
Well, i know his father does because he is at my school this month helping my
science teacher teach. also, my school is Lawson elementary in Missouri just in case you have the time to see him.
no He has signed with the WWE and will do house shows with Shawn Michaels after Wrestlemania and they will reform the Rockers. Also, he is suspected to turn heel. no
Probably Ring of Honor
none, he never had all the titles. He never got the divas championship, but i bet he could...
Japan and the USA
Wild thing Steve~e~Ray had married American Gladiator Tonya Knight aka Gold and had two boys Stephen and Malachi. He has been seen in the Kansas city area driving a black ferrari to one of his several companies in the health and fitness areas.
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