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Bruce Prichard on CM Punk's backstage altercation with Tony Atlas – Wrestling News

Wrestling News Bruce Prichard on CM Punk’s backstage altercation with Tony AtlasWrestling NewsDuring the time discussing Punk’s OVW career Bruce Prichard told a story about how CM Punk and WWE Legend Tony Atlas got into a backstage altercation at an Ohio Valley Wrestling event in Louisville. But the topic of conversation quickly changed to how … and more » , Catch Pro Wrestling Weekend – Sundays 6PM ET Powered by WPeMatico

Can Samoa Joe win WWE Universal title by 'out-Brocking' Brock Lesnar? – For The Win

For The Win Can Samoa Joe win WWE Universal title by ‘out-Brocking’ Brock Lesnar?For The WinAfter training at Ohio Valley Wrestling – then WWE’s developmental territory – Lesnar made his WWE debut in March 2002. He won the championship 126 days later, the second-fastest to win the title. He left WWE to become the UFC heavyweight champion, … and more » , Catch Pro Wrestling Weekend – Sundays 6PM ET Powered by WPeMatico

The Legend of Mordecai: Vince McMahon loved this wrestler's gimmick—until he didn't – Sports Illustrated

Sports Illustrated The Legend of Mordecai: Vince McMahon loved this wrestler’s gimmick—until he didn’tSports IllustratedFertig was ready for the question, as he had previously worked in WWE developmental territory Ohio Valley Wrestling as Seven, which was a character based off the seven deadly sins. He also grew up in a Southern Baptist house in Memphis, Tennessee and … , Catch Pro Wrestling Weekend – Sundays 6PM ET Powered by WPeMatico

Rumor: Brock Lesnar considering returning to UFC – GiveMeSport

Rumor: Brock Lesnar considering returning to UFCGiveMeSport… out of The University Of Minnesota dominated the mat during his collegiate days, enough to impress “The Chairman Of The Board” Vince McMahon to sign him to a developmental deal in Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) back in 2000. After two years of … , Catch Pro Wrestling Weekend – Sundays 6PM ET Powered by WPeMatico