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Wrestling Promotions

Dom talks about the wrestling promotions he used to watch as kid.  The organizations that he watched back then were as follows:

  1. American Wrestling Association (A.W.A.)
  2. World Class Championship Wrestling (W.C.C.W.)/Texas Championship Wrestling (T.C.W.)
  3. Universal Wrestling Federation (U.W.F.)
  4. National Wrestling Alliance (N.W.A.)
  5. World Wrestling Federation (W.W.F.)

 

Favorite Wrestler by Federation

Dom talks about his favorite wresters from the 1970s and 1980s by federation.

A.W.A.

  1. Baron Von Raschke
  2. The High Flyers (tag team – Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell)
  3. The Fabulous Freebirds (tag team)
  4. The Road Warriors (tag team)
  5. Jerry Blackwell

W.C.C.W.

1. The Von Erichs (Family)
2. The Fabulous Freebirds (tag team)
3. Bruiser Brody
4. The Dingo Warrior (see The Ultimate Warrior)  
The Dingo Warrior / The Ultimate Warrior

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5. Ric Flair

 

U.W.F.

1. Sting  
Sting

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2. “Hot Stuff” Eddie Gilbert
3. “Dr. Death” Steve Williams
4. The Fabulous Freebirds (tag team)
5. Ric Flair

 

N.W.A.

1. Sting
2. The Road Warriors (tag team)
3. The Fabulous Freebirds (tag team)
4. Dusty Rhodes  
Dusty Rhodes

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5. Ric Flair

 

W.W.F.

1. The Ultimate Warrior
2. The Honky Tonk Man  
The Honky Tonk Man

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3. Randy “Macho Man” Savage  
Randy

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4. The Legion of Doom (tag team) (see The Road Warriors)
5. The Fabulous Freebirds (tag team)

 

Ric Flair

Dom talks about his all time favorite wrestler, and why he likes him so much.

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