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Al Snow Says Wrestling Chavo Guerrero Is Like ‘Having A Night Off’

Al Snow knows that when you have the right chemistry with your opponent, work doesn’t even seem like work. Former WWE/WWF Hardcore Champion Al Snow, alongside Chavo Guerrero recently spoke with WrestleZone’s own Bill Pritchard. During the conversation, Snow and Chavo noted how they each have long tenures in the wrestling business but haven’t worked together in the ring very much. According to Cagematch, the two only have seven matches together, with one being a singles match.
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FREE PODCAST 12/11 – WKPWP Interview Classic (5 Yrs. Ago): Keller talks with Al Snow about state of wrestling, his journey all over wrestling industry, kayfabe, live callers (153 min.)

SPOTLIGHTED PODCAST ALERT (YOUR ARTICLE BEGINS A FEW INCHES DOWN)... SHOW SUMMARY: PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents an Interview Classic from five years ago (12-8-2016). Wade interviews Al Snow, a veteran of many wrestling promotions from SMW to ECW to WWE to TNA, head trainer for Tough Enough, and still training wrestlers. We get an update on what he’s doing now and then shift into a long broad conversation about the state of the wrestling industry today, what kayfabe really is and why it matters, how wrestlers today are getting certain vital things wrong to their detriment, the way wrestlers are paid, what getting a pop really means, what it means to be “over,” and more including caller and email interaction. This includes a previously VIP-exclusive 33 minute portion not previously offered on our free podcast feed.
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Veteran wrestler Al Snow hailed as hero after saving boy from drowning

In a world where bad news increasingly dominates the headlines, it’s certainly refreshing to have some good news every now and then. And while this story could have had a far different ending, a veteran professional wrestler risked his own life to save a young boy from drowning at a Florida beach.
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Former WWE star Al Snow rescues boy from riptide

Former WWE star Al Snow says he saved a boy from drowning at a Florida beach. In an interview with TMZ Sports, Snow explained that he was at Santa Rosa Beach in Destin, Florida, on Thursday when he heard people yelling. He then saw a boy in the water being pulled away by a rough current.
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Former WWE Star Al Snow Saves Boy from Riptide at Beach in Florida

Former WWE and ECW star Al Snow said he saved a child from drowning at a Florida beach Thursday. Speaking to TMZ Sports, Snow discussed springing into action at Santa Rosa Beach in Destin, Florida, after hearing a young boy screaming for help in the midst of a riptide. Snow...
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Former WWE Superstar Al Snow Saves Drowning Child

Al Snow definitely had one of the strangest gimmicks in the history of World Wrestling Entertainment, normally bringing a detached mannequin head with him to the ring which he would talk to as if it were a living, breathing person, and while his days in the squared circle of the WWE might be gone, he has made headlines once again with an act of heroism. When Snow visited the Santa Rosa Beach in Destin Florida on Thursday, the former professional wrestler pulled a boy from the riptide and talked with media outlets regarding the big save.
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Al Snow Rescues Boy From Drowning In The Ocean

Veteran pro wrestler Al Snow reportedly saved a child from drowning this week. Snow was at Santa Rosa Beach in Destin, Florida on Thursday when he heard a child yelling and screaming while he was in the water, according to TMZ Sports. Snow looked around and saw the boy being hit by waves while a rough current was pulling him away.
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