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From time to time you have to give into to the spirit of the dance. For Azerbaijani wrestler Rasul Chunayev, that time was after his gold medal-winning takedown at the Summer Universiade athletic competition in Russia.
Last night, The Daily Show investigated the story of Joel Bauman, who was stripped of his wrestling eligibility by the NCAA for putting out a rap song on YouTube. Not surprisingly, other hypocrisies were exposed. See it after the jump.
A WWE Wrestler Uprooted A Tree With His Bare Hands To Save His Mother, Who Was Trapped Inside A Burning House With A Crazy Guy. Actually.
A wrestler’s mom was about to burn do death because of a crazy man. He uprooted a tree with his bare hands to save her, for some reason. Details, after the jump.
Russian Wrestling Coach: The Gays Dropped Wrestling From The Olympics. They Will Soon Rule The World!
Lots of people were outraged when wrestling was dropped from the Olympics. A Russian wrestling coach understandably was, too. He had an interesting reason for it, though. Apparently, it was all the fault of those gays who will soon take over the world.
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Sports is filled with great finishing moves: Daniel Russo’s Crane Kick, Hulk Hogan’s Leg Drop and now…Ellis Coleman’s Flying Squirrel. Wrestling for the United States in a quarterfinal match of the FILA Junior World Championships in Hungary, Coleman pulled off an incredible airborne takedown – video after the jump.
Why yes, that is Stone Cold’s music. Steve Austin made his triumphant return to WWE’s Monday Night Raw last night.
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