Wrestling Federation

Some articles on wrestling federation, wrestling:

AL Blake - Career
... after Krusher Khruschev had left for the World Wrestling Federation ... Petrov also went to the Universal Wrestling Federation briefly to feud with "Dr ... In 1991, after his release, Blake began wrestling under his own name in the World Wrestling Federation ...
Adam Flash - Championships and Accomplishments
... Combat Zone Wrestling CZW Iron Man Championship (2 times) Eastern Wrestling Federation EWF Heavyweight Championship (1 time) Future Wrestling Alliance FWA Tag Team Championship (2 times ...
Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation
... The Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation was a Mid-Atlantic independent professional wrestling promotion based in Essex, Maryland ... rivaling promotions such as East Coast Wrestling Association, Jersey All Pro Wrestling and Maryland Championship Wrestling ... its roster included Extreme Championship Wrestling regulars such as Raven, Stevie Richards, The Blue Meanie, Damien Kane, Pit Bull #2, referee "Judge" Jeff Jones, and Bad Breed (Ian ...
Sue Green - Professional Wrestling Career
... Green originally got into wrestling when her father took her to wrestling shows by promoter Joe Blanchard ... Carolina to meet with The Fabulous Moolah, a promoter for female wrestling, who began booking her for matches ... In 1972, after New York legalized women's wrestling, Green participated in the second ever women's match at Madison Square Garden ...
Millennium Wrestling Federation
... The Millennium Wrestling Federation (MWF) is a New England independent professional wrestling promotion based in Melrose, Massachusetts ... one of the top promotions in the Northeastern United States along with Chaotic Wrestling, New England Championship Wrestling and Yankee Pro Wrestling ... Due to its close working relationship with World Wrestling Entertainment, the promotion is one of several on the independent circuit to regularly feature a large ...

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