There were Ric Flair chops, a Dusty Rhodes elbow, clotheslines and an Undertaker chokeslam that whipped the crowd into frenzy. No, this was not a WWE pay-per-view event. Two Holy Cross football coaches engaged in this "wrestling" match at Wednesday's practice and we got to see the footage thanks to another coach sharing the video on Twitter. Enjoy.
Wrestling Fix: The Submission Sorority gets a new name, Dusty Rhodes tribute at the Emmy awards, plus more links
Enjoy what we do? Support Between the Ropes on Patreon! Your generous donation will help keep our lights on, and make it possible for us to do even more! Wrestling fans everywhere will thank you! WWE “Rowdy” Roddy Piper is in the trailer for Table for Three, a new WWE Network series in which legends tell stories. Here, he’s with “Mean” Gene Okerlund and “Mr. Wonderful”...
Stone Cold Podcast Highlights: Paige talks Dusty Rhodes, her days as a bouncer and her ‘Stone Cold’ obsession
2-time WWE Divas Champion and former NXT women’s champion Paige did us all a favor by visiting with WWE Hall of Famer ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin. The 10-year pro wrestling veteran and leader of the “Divas Revolution,” certainly didn’t shy away from sharing some healthy and hearty nuggets from us during her visit with everyone’s favorite “Texas Rattlesnake” last...
The wrestling community is still in mourning over icon Dusty Rhodes’ passing last week. As a show of respect, WWE paid tribute to Rhodes before Sunday’s Money In The Bank PPV event, with every member of the company’s roster present for a 10-bell salute to Rhodes. “The American Dream” wasn’t actually a member of WWE for any lengthy period of time, but he rose to legendary...
via Associated Press Professional wrestling icon Dusty Rhodes, known as “The American Dream,” died Thursday, the WWE announced. He was 69. Rhodes, whose real name was Virgil Riley Runnels Jr., made his professional wrestling debut in 1968 as a tag-team partner on the Texas Outlaws with Dick Murdoch. The charismatic, bleach-blond Texan was known for his on-camera self-promotion...
Dusty Rhodes told us that he was the son of a plumber, he told us how much money he made, he told us of his eating habits, and he made us laugh, but he always brought his interviews back around to two basic concepts. 1. He was one of us, he understood us, and he would fight for us. 2. The bad guys are formidable, but they are going to get it. Dusty Rhodes was a wrestling genius,...
Dusty Rhodes passed away at the age of 69 on Thursday, as arguably the most universally beloved character in wrestling history helps us reminisce on "Hard Times." The post All Hail The American Dream: RIP To Dusty Rhodes appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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