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Dave Meltzer
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter () and ()
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Dave Meltzer 7h
I was there that night. That was a total shoot. Heenan was pissed not knowing it was coming.
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Robert Reich 19h
Take a look at this chart. The share of the national income going to the super-rich was lowest when union membership peaked. As the capitalists crushed unions, the rich hoarded wealth and inequality exploded. To unrig the economy, we must build back a powerful labor movement.
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Dave Meltzer 12h
In 2020 a reference to Akira Taue and Eddie Gilbert seconds apart on U.S. TV.
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Richard Deitsch 22h
Thanksgiving night football has been canceled due to COVID.
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Tony 23h
this commentary is perfect for one of the greatest goals ever. Sums up what he meant to an entire country.
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Dave Meltzer 23h
Bob had battled cancer for years.
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Dave Meltzer 23h
Bob Ryder was found dead at his home in Nashville by police today. We don't know more but he had fallen yesterday and was on advanced chemo. Impact officials couldn't get in touch with him and went to his home and he never answered, police were called and found him dead,
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Dave Meltzer 23h
Yes, I'm aware he was bigger than the game itself in Argentina and really in all of South America.
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Dave Meltzer 23h
Probably like George Best, there came a time when it became clear that he was his own worst enemy and nobody could save him.
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Dave Meltzer 23h
Wow. They were two of my favorite players of all-time.
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Dave Meltzer 24h
Oh God, this guy was one of the greatest players in the history of the world's most popular sport. Totally magic on the field.
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Tim Hornbaker 24h
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Dave Meltzer 24h
In 2003, we look back ten years at the changes in the business that started in 1993 with new companies and styles opening up including UFC, K-1, ECW, Michinoku Pro and how they had evolved up to that point in time
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Dave Meltzer 24h
17 years ago: The death of Moondog Spot and history of the Moondogs
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Dave Meltzer 24h
Quite the amazing list. I can't imagine anyone who would have topped that.
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Dave Meltzer 24h
If this show was like 3 weeks later during spring break that year, I'd have been there. We got Flair vs. Reed (best match I'd ever seen in my life up to that point), Dory & David as an awesome mentor/student tag team but no Kerry, Jack Brisco nor Terry Funk.
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Mike Mooneyham Nov 24
Blackjack Mulligan (Bob Windham), one of the most memorable characters to ever appear in the Carolinas, would have turned 79 today. Blackjack passed away in 2016 at the age of 74.
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Dave Meltzer Nov 24
Nobody did apron power bombs. They were doing the moves of that era. They kicked out of superplexes, and didn't kick, but sure as hell kicked out of punches to the face, crossbodies off the top, escaped figure fours.
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Dave Meltzer Nov 24
Actual numbers are reported every week in every issue I do.
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