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Buddy Colt, regarded as one of the top workers in the business during the late ‘60s and ‘70s but whose in-ring career was cut short by an airp…

Dennis Knight, who used a variety of names during his 15-year ring career, including Mideon as a member of an Undertaker-led stable in WWE, ve…

It has long been rumored that the creators of the kind-hearted ogre "Shrek" character got their inspiration from the 1940s-era wrestler Mauric…

Bill Eadie's greatest fame in a star-studded career came during runs as such disparate characters as The Masked Superstar, Demoliton Ax and Bolo Mongol.

Paul Wight, better known as WWE’s Big Show, was a multi-sport star in the state of South Carolina. Wight was a standout athlete at King Academ…

Former pro wrestling personality Dawn Marie, who sported a number of roles from valet to manager to diva, always wanted to be an entertainer. …

Arn Anderson, one of the original members of The Four Horsemen, was Marty Lunde until the late Junkyard Dog (Sylvester Ritter) came up with th…

Chris Chavis, who appeared as the popular Tatanka in WWE during the ‘90s, still makes occasional wrestling-related appearances.

Boris Zhukov, who was born James Kirk Harrell 58 years ago, spent 20 years in the wrestling business working mainly as two distinct characters…

From “The Body” to “The Brain,” Jesse Ventura has worn a number of hats over the years – biker, Rolling Stones bodyguard, Navy Seal, pro wrest…

Longtime pro wrestling fans, especially those in the old Mid-Atlantic territory, have fond memories of a bear of a man known as Klondike Bill.

WWE star Elias, whose real name is Jeff Sciullo, played baseball in high school and has a four-year degree in business management. He was reje…

Former WWE star Ted DiBiase Jr., son of WWE Hall of Famer “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase, retired from pro wrestling in 2013.

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Ember Moon will be part of WWE’s Summer Slam Heatwave Tour that invades the North Charleston Coliseum on Aug. 4. She will team with Ronda Rousey, the most famous female athlete in the world according to ESPN’s “World Fame 100” list.