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Wrestling s 101 Strangest Matches

Author : Oliver Hurley
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Full of revealing interviews with the sport's past and present stars and candid shots from the world's foremost wrestling photographers, this book celebrates the game at its very strangest Culled from 100 years' worth of mat mayhem, this collection reveals the pseudo-sport's oddest bouts—from the contest in which a tag team lost their championship belts six days before they won them, to the match that took place in an exploding swimming pool. With a cast that includes Hulk Hogan, Kendo Nagasaki, Muhammad Ali, Andy Kaufman, a wrestling robot, and a monkey, this book takes fans well beyond the accepted canon of headlock history.

Saving Pro Wrestling Booking Writing Storylines

Author : Kyle Bowman
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This is Kyle's sixth pro wrestling book, and ninth overall publication. His other well known works are Pro Wrestling 101: By a Fan, For fans (including a BONUS/""Lost"" chapters) version. He also penned Invasion: Rebooked & Rewritten. In the second lulu.com published novel, Kyle writes about what wrestling and its storylines need, in order for improvement, and save the business/industry from further implosion. He believes more realism, emotion and hard-hitting ""news"" like stories, regarding wrestling concepts are a few of the need-be things to save wrestling. Bowman writes his opinions, philosophies of what he would change, and how he would ""right"" the wrongs in wrestling.

Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark Office

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Performance and Professional Wrestling

Author : Broderick Chow
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Performance and Professional Wrestling is the first edited volume to consider professional wrestling explicitly from the vantage point of theatre and performance studies. Moving beyond simply noting its performative qualities or reading it via other performance genres, this collection of essays offers a complete critical reassessment of the popular sport. Topics such as the suspension of disbelief, simulation, silence and speech, physical culture, and the performance of pain within the squared circle are explored in relation to professional wrestling, with work by both scholars and practitioners grouped into seven short sections: Audience Circulation Lucha Gender Queerness Bodies Race A significant re-reading of wrestling as a performing art, Performance and Professional Wrestling makes essential reading for scholars and students intrigued by this uniquely theatrical sport.

The Quest Good versus Evil

Author : Kyle Bowman
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Wrestling For Dummies

Author : Henry Cejudo
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The fast and easy way to pin down the sport of wrestling Wrestling is a fast-paced sport with many technicalities, rules, and ways to score points—making it difficult for spectators to follow the score and understand whistles and restarts. In Wrestling For Dummies, author and 2008 Olympic Gold medalist Henry Cejudo explains the scoring system and unique rules of wrestling to new competitors, confused parents, and fans of this ancient and captivating sport. Wrestling For Dummies also explains the rich history of the sport and covers the six styles of competitive wrestling and their distinction from the modern entertainment-based "pro wrestling." Covers Greco-Roman and freestyle wrestling Plain-English explanations of wrestling rules Details the history of wrestling Whether you're just getting started as a wrestler or enjoy it as a spectator sport, Wresting For Dummies makes this sport accessible and easy to understand.

From Networks to Netflix

Author : Derek Johnson
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Even as the television industry experiences significant transformation and disruption in the face of streaming and online delivery, the television channel itself persists. If anything, the television channel landscape has become more complex to navigate as viewers can now choose between broadcast, cable, streaming, and premium services across a host of different platforms and devices. From Networks to Netflix provides an authoritative answer to that navigational need, helping students, instructors, and scholars understand these industrial changes through the lens of the channel. Through examination of emerging services like Hulu and Amazon Prime Video, investigation of YouTube channels and cable outlets like Freeform and Comedy Central, and critiques of broadcast giants like ABC and PBS, this book offers a concrete, tangible means of exploring the foundations of a changing industry.

Sociology a Down to earth Approach

Author : James M. Henslin
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The Complete Idiot s Guide to Pro Wrestling

Author : Lou Albano
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Presents the history of professional wrestling, profiles the top wrestlers, explains the rules and moves of the game, and examines the sport versus entertainment debate.

The Wrestling Observer s Who s who in Pro Wrestling

Author : Dave Meltzer
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The Encyclopedia of Professional Wrestling

Author : Kristian Pope
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The second edition of this entertaining retrospective of professional wrestling features one thousand new photographs as well as coverage of more than five hundred wrestlers, highlighting ring names, aliases, career highlights, and best matches, as well as famous matches by Andy Kaufman, Muhammed Ali, and others. Original.

West s Pacific Digest Beginning 101 P 2d

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Professional Wrestling

Author : Sharon Mazer
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A provocative and personal study of professional wrestlers in training and in performance

Black Stars of Professional Wrestling

Author : Julian L. D. Shabazz
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Featuring over 150 photos and biographies, this handy, behind-the-scenes collection tells the stories of black professional wrestlers, from the late 19th century to the present.

TV Dimensions

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Legislative history of Public Law 101 336 The Americans wit

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West s Pacific Digest Beginning 101 P

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The Entertainment and Sports Lawyer

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Wrestling Title Histories

Author : Archeus Communications
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Simmons Study of Media and Markets

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