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Film blogger Dominic Corry takes a look at the proud history of pro wrestlers becoming movie stars and asks which one should be given a shot in the next Expendables film. The Rock is too big of a star in his own right to bother himself with Stallone'
The Jimmy Snuka Story autobiography (with the help of writer Jon Chattman), Snuka recounts his life beginning in the Fiji Islands to forging through the jungles of pro wrestling, which started in 1969. Snuka, 69, spent four months to tell his
This Week In The 'Drome: A bright and breezy MCB, Bud Adams fires someone, Rowdy Roddy Piper (for real), Bill, Butler, Mary and more .....Newest : I'm no great fan of the Music City Bowl being played in the afternoon.
The room laughed and "Superfly" flashed one of his trademark smiles, and the "I love you" hand gesture that wrestling fans have associated with him for decades. This scene mostly describes Snuka's new autobiography -- "Superfly: The Jimmy Snuka Story.
The 1980s saw John Carpenter direct films at a prolific clip, a streak that included 1988s politically subversive slice of sci-fi action, They Live. The film starred professional wrestler Roddy Piper as an out-of-work blue-collar fella who
Roddy Piper, Keith David, Meg Foster Director: John Carpenter Rating: R Runtime: 93 minutes Release Company: Shout! Factory Home Entertainment Website: www.shoutfactory.com The Flick: Never has John Carpenter's flick "They Live"
Senior keepers Nolan Piper (left) and Miguel Austin have the PHS goal in good hands this season. (BCR photo/Kevin Hieronymus) All-State Insurance has nothing on the Princeton Tiger soccer team when it comes to being in good hands...The Tigers are
WWE occasionally uses the WWE Hall of Famer in the ring at events such as Raw on Sept. 10...However, what happened to Lawler (even though it didn't happen in the ring) may lead promoters and creative team members to think twice before booking older
The professional wrestling industry can be very political, and WWE fans might be disappointed to find some stars absent from WWE's RAW 1,000th episode. The three-hour show has some big names on the bill, but some of the biggest won't step between the
EDT Professional wrestling managers say they have apologized to the Brazilian government for an incident where one of the sport's biggest stars, Canadian Chris Jericho, crumpled the country's flag and stomped on it during a performance on Thursday in