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The History Of Hulk Hogan’s Backstage Politicking

March 2, 2015 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Sports |

Here is a list of reasons as to why many people in the wrestling industry don’t have many good things to say about The Hulkster.

1985 – Would Hogan be willing to work a program with Rick Steamboat if Steamboat agreed to turn heel? No. Give him Big John Studd instead.

1986 – Hogan-Savage is tentatively planned for WM 2, after the two had feuded in house shows which Savage had won by DQ or countout. Hogan nixes the idea of facing the dynamic, atheltic Savage at ‘Mania, even though he would be booked to win. Hogan handpicks King Kong Bundy to embarass in a cage match. Savage wrestles George Steele far down the undercard.

1986 - Hogan agrees to work with Paul Orndorff, but won’t do the job to him. Hogan agrees only because he is guaranteed a win at a huge event. He defeats Orndorff in a cage match on SNME to end the feud.

1987 - Hogan again turns down the idea of feuding with Savage; but suggests turning him face, so Hogan can step aside for awhile, film a movie and get some needed rest. Savage turns face that summer.

1988 – Hogan agrees to “drop” the belt to Andre, but only under questionable circumstances to preserve his character. Hogan agrees to “give the rub” to Savage at WM IV. Hogan only agrees because he is promised he will get the title back at WM 5.

1988 - Six months later, as Savage is having a successful run, Hogan suggests putting them together as a team “Mega Powers” and they headline Summerslam. Hogan is no longer the champion – but still in the main event.

1989 - Hogan finally meets Savage at Wrestlemania V. Hogan beats him for the title. Rather than face Savage in the anticipated rematch at Summerslam, or a program with Rick Rude as creative suggests – Hogan decides to go a different route. Hogan suggests a tag team match, pitting himself and his close friend Brutus Beefcake, against Savage and an ACTOR, Tiny Lister who played Zeus in the Hogan film “No Holds Barred”. The film opened that summer to decent business, so Hogan uses a WWE PPV to promote the film, while “giving the rub” to his friend Beefcake.

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The 20 Richest Athletes In The World

February 24, 2015 | No Comments » | Topics: List, Sports |

richest athelete of all time

Lewis Hamilton

This 30 year old makes $40 million a year! Hamilton, a British Formula One race car driver, has been very successful in a number of racing circuits including the Formula Three Series, the 2001 British Formula Renault Winter Series and the Renault UK with Manor Motorsport. Lewis has a net worth of just over $200 million.

 

richest athelete of all time

George Foreman

This retired American boxer is also a successful businessman. He lives in 40 acre estate in Texas with his fifth wife Mary Joan and kids. After retirement Foreman became the  spokesperson of Russell Hobbs Inc., a manufacturer of home appliances. Earning $137 million in 1999, for the company’s right to use his name, “George Foreman grill.” Foreman is reported to have earned $200 million endorsing the company and has an estimated net worth of $250 million.

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Epic Sports Photos (24 Pics)

February 17, 2015 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

Reggie Bush vs UCLA 2005

 

Mike Tyson vs Trevor Berbick 1986

 

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Gotta Give Russell Wilson Some Props For Visiting Children’s Hospital On The Regular

February 4, 2015 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Humanity, Sports |

russell wilson children's hospital

russell wilson children's hospital

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Dear Butt-Hurt Cowboys Fans, Check Out This Angle And Stop Your Whining

January 11, 2015 | 11 Comments » | Topics: Sports |

Rule 8, Section 1, Article 3, Item 1 reads: “If a player goes to the ground in the act of catching a pass (with or without contact by an opponent), he must maintain control of the ball throughout the process of contacting the ground, whether in the field of play or the end zone. If he loses control of the ball, and the ball touches the ground before he regains control, the pass is incomplete. If he regains control prior to the ball touching the ground, the pass is complete.”

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Dat Post Fight Face (26 Photos)

December 10, 2014 | 2 Comments » | Topics: Sports |

post fight faces from boxing and mma

post fight faces from boxing and mma

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13 Of The Most Unbreakable Records In Sports History

November 20, 2014 | 4 Comments » | Topics: Sports |

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Boston Celtics – 8 Consecutive NBA Titles

Winning one NBA Title is impressive, but winning eight consecutive NBA Titles is astonishing. The Celtics dominated the NBA during the 1960s and won a championship every year from 1959-1966. When the Chicago Bulls (1996-1998) and Los Angeles Lakers (2000-2002) each won 3 championships in a row, it was a big deal. Yet neither of them came close to doing what the Celtics accomplished. With the NBA now in a salary cap system, there is too much parity across the league for a single team to go on an 8-year title run. Also, there is a lot of pressure on teams trying to repeat as champions. The Miami Heat are already feeling the heat and they have only won two in a row. Unless the NBA abolishes the salary cap and allows superstars to team up, the Celtics record will never be broken.

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From Debut to WWE Champion: An Analysis For All The Wrestling Fans

November 18, 2014 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

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