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The Juggernaut! Deadpool 2 - He should have been in WWE!
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Good morning Wrestling fans! I'm Sean, your resident giant expert and today we are goint to talk about WWE legend the Great Khali, and we are going to answer "how bad was the Great Khali?"

Born Dalip Singh Rana in 1972, this Indian-born actor and wrestler is best known as the Great Khali. Standing a legitimate 7'2 inches tall, he is arguably one of the top five tallest professional wrestlers of all time. He is also the only Giant in professional wrestling with a physique like this... https://www.google.com/search?q=great+khali+muscle&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS742US742&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi46pCir-DcAhWB54MKHdW4DgYQ_AUICigB&biw=1242&bih=602

Before embarking on his professional wrestling career, he was an officer for the Punjab state police. He has also appeared in four Hollywood films, two Bollywood films and several television shows. You may recongnize him from the Hollywood blockbuster The Longest Mile with Adam Sandler.

The truth about Khali is that he was a hugely popular performer, especially in his home of India. WWE took full advantage of this and made him the first Indian-born WWE champion before they went on tour in his home country. Khali's presence alone put butts in seats.

By contrast he was somewhat rejected by traditional wrestling fans for his lack of ability in the ring. The lumbersome giant always seemed uncomfortable in the ring, and some would argue he was outright dangerous to work with. That seemed most evident when Khali was training and a failed flapjack literally killed his training partner.

So how bad was Khali? Well if you are measuring his so called in-ring work rate, he was pretty bad. He probably had the least amount of wrestling ability and mobility of any WWE champion, ever. However, if you are talking about his international appeal, look and ability to put butt in seats while on tour... he was actually pretty good.
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WWE wrestler Roman Reigns revealed live on Monday Night Raw that his cancer is back. This is Watson from Worlds Greatest Medical and today we are going to discuss likely treatment options and give you a little bit of information about the former WWE Universal Champion.

Speaking before a clearly surprised Rhode Island audience, the 33-year-old WWE Universal Champion, whose real name is Leati Joseph Anoa’i, said his 11-year battle with leukemia will prevent him from competing in the sport until further notice.

He said it also means he would have to give up his belt.

'My real name is Joe. And I've been living with leukemia for 11 years. And unfortunately, it's back.

'And because the leukemia is back, I cannot fulfill that role. I can't be that fighting champion, and I'm going to have to relinquish the WWE Universal Championship.'

For treatment, it is likely the Roman Reigns will receive Chemotherapy. Chemotherapy for leukemia often consists of giving several drugs together in a set regimen. Because each medication destroys tumor cells in different ways, a combination of drugs may make the cells more vulnerable to treatment.

Common side effects of chemotherapy are as follows:
Fatigue.
Hair loss.
Easy bruising and bleeding.
Infection.
Anemia (low red blood cell counts)
Nausea and vomiting.
Appetite changes.
Constipation.

Reigns was first diagnosed with the cancer of blood-forming tissues at the age of 22. He had a successful football career at Georgia Tech prior to it.

After his speech, he was met by fellow wrestlers Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins, the latter of whom was clearly struck by Reigns’s speech.

‘Reigns is taking his battle with leukemia public in an effort to raise awareness and funds for research in order to advance cures for the disease,’ WWE said in a statement.
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This week we are going to cover a bizarre murder mystery straight out of the L.A. Cororner's office. Let's take a quick look at this video. It was created by an aspiring director and professional wrestler named David "the Demon" Defalco and it starred Michael A. Cormier, forensic technician. (12:00) It was a DVD extra in the 2005 film titled Chaos.


The video was fairly popular on the recesses of YouTube and on bizarre medical sites. Adam stumbled on it years ago while looking for medical case studies for the page. The video is strange for sure. The director walks around the mortuary, hyping his own work, while the technician discusses Los Angeles' most disturbing crimes with little or no emotion.

Five years after the video was released, Michael Cormier drove himself to Kaiser Permanente Hospital complaining of heart and stomach pain and diarrhea. The doctors suspected a heart issue or an ulcer and recommended he follow up with his regular physician. Two days later, Cormier asked his wife to call 911. An ambulance took him Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, where he died several hours later from massive organ failure.

Online conspiracy theorists went wild. One linked it to a similar death of a right-wing blogger who claimed to have damaging video footage on President Obama. That story made national neews.




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In this video we look at the top 10 #WWE champions of all time @hulkhogan @steveaustinbsr @cmpunk @romanreigns and more!
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Born in Newark, New Jersey, Maximum Capacity trained at the School Of Hard Knocks under former WWF preliminary wrestler Rusty Brooks. Billy Fives also played a large role in training Max. He taught him a lot of grappling and submission moves that Fives was famous for in Japan.[2] Max used to work as a bodyguard and bouncer at many of South Florida's finest nightclubs. Capacity gave up this line of work when he was involved in a very dangerous bar incident and took up wrestling.

Capacity began working for the now defunct Future of Wrestling in January 2001.[3] He quickly became their number one heel. During his time in FOW, Max faced the likes of Jerry "The King" Lawler, Barry Horowitz and Hacksaw Jim Duggan. Max was defeated for the FOW Hardcore Title by Horowitz in 2002.[4]

Max worked against Chris Raaber for the EWA World Heavyweight Championship in Leoben, Austria in November 2003.[5]

After taking 2½ years off due to injuries, Capacity returned to the ring for Pro Wrestling ZERO1-MAX in Japan in October 2006.[6] He did a 10 match tour throughout Japan. During this tour he faced the likes of Masato Tanaka, Shinjiro Otani and Takao Omori.[7][8]

After his return to the United States, Max began working for D1PW in Davie, FL. D1PW has thus since begun an invasion angle with a North Carolina based company called WCEW. Maximum Capacity defeated Tommy Vandal on July 21, 2007 for their Extreme Title.[9]

Max just completed another overseas tour. Wrestling in Tuggen, Switzerland on May 23, 2009 vs Jamie Gardner for the WWPW Heavyweight title.[10]

Max was diagnosed with Colorectal Cancer on December 29, 2011 and was forced to retire against his wishes. He worked his final retirement match for Frank Goodman's PWX promotion at PWX-A Wrestling Odyssey in Orlando, FL on January 28, 2012. Although he fought hard to battle his illness and make one final return to the ring, his cancer continued to worsen, making any return impossible.

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Good morning Wrestling (animal) fans! This is Sean from Wrestling911.com and today we have a beastly topic! We are going to cover the top five animals in pro wrestling! Everything's under consideration here, from Mantaur the half man to Hulk Hogan's 24 inch pythons! Let's get started!

#5 on today's list is the British Bulldogs and their actual British bulldog Matilda! Wrestling together from 1983 to 1990, the British Bulldogs were one of the most popular tag teams in pro wrestling history. The Dynamite Kid and Davey Boy Smith were superstars in 1980s WWF wrestling. They were joined by their mascot Matilda, who was the center of many of their storylines. Poor Matilda was kidnapped by Bobby Heenan in a feud with the Islanders, and supposedly hated The Mouth of the South Jimmy Hart!

Before we move to #4, make sure to leave your top picks with a comment below!

#4 Koko B Ware and his bird Frankie! Born in 1957, Koko was the perrennial underdog in the WWE... or should I saw underbird... no underdog sounds better. Ware came to the ring with a blue and yellow macaw named Frankie, and he would flap his arms like a bird while coming to the ring. Macaws are actually an incredibly intelligent bird. There are 19 species of macaw, including extince and critically endangered birds.

#3 Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat - I know, you were thinking we were going to go with the Red Rooster, but the Dragon was one of the most popular wrestlers of the mid 1980s. Known for Amazing matches Randy Savage and Ric Flair, this wrestling legend was named for his physical similarities to the Dragon Bruce Lee. Near the end of his WWF career, Ricky even carried a so called dragon to the ring, and learned how to spit fire like a real dragon. The so called dragon in question was actually a monitor lizard. We can only thank Vince McMahon for that.

#2 George "The Animal" Steele - George Steele is the only animal on our list who didn't actually need a mascot to make the list, although Animal and Hawk from the Road Warriors were in strong consideration. With his hairy back, green tongue and desire to eat turnbuckles, this wrestler was a crowd favorite in the ring and at the zoo.

#1 Jake "The Snake" Roberts and his python Damien! In real life, Jake wasn't known to take very good care of his animals, and his treatment of various snakes would be considered deplorable by today's standards, but you can't help but admit that watching Jake hit the DDT and cover opponents was Saturday morning entertainment at it's fullest.

So comment below. Did we miss any cool wrestlers? Would you have listed the same wrestlers and animals that we did?

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In this video we look at the Rock Dwayne Johnson't transformation from a kid in Hawaii to a Miami Hurricane to a WWE superstar to a famous actor! 1972 to 2018. Let's learn about the rock in this fun documentary!
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