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Zubaz, Fanny Packs, and the Ribera Steakhouse Jacket: A History

Lt. Commander Robert Truax was one of the world’s great rocket scientists. A career Naval officer with a nuclear engineering master’s degree, his early backyard experiments led to the creation of liquid-propelled missiles, and ultimately the Thor, Viking and Polaris missile programs for NASA. Sadly, the innovation of this Bob...
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Drivers dream big entering 2021 finale

Thunder Road is getting ready for the final point-counting event of the year this Friday when Efficiency Vermont Championship Night will decide which drivers get to call themselves 2021 track champions. The Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Models, Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Flying Tigers and RK Miles Street Stocks are crowning their...
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Top 10 Best Things About The TNA Asylum Era

The early days of TNA (now Impact) Wrestling's existence saw the promotion aired events in the Fairgrounds Arena of Nashville Tennessee from July of 2002 until October of 2004 in a period known to some as 'The Asylum Era' after Ron "The Truth" Killings aka R-Truth cut a promo on one of the early weekly pay per views and proclaimed the Fairgrounds arena as 'The TNA Asylum'.
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Promotions of Yesteryear: Battlarts

Through covering Paradigm Pro Wrestling's UWFi Contenders Series, I've fallen in love with shoot style wrestling. While today that is associated with places like Paradigm, CFU, and Bloodsport, traditionally it has been a mainstay of Japanese wrestling. When you start to look into Japanese shoot style, you'll first find names like UWF, PWFG and Rings. When you start to look into people's favorite shoot style shows however, one name that always comes up is Battlarts. Today we're going to look back on this company's long history, and what it did for the industry.
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The Road Warrior – 10 Ways The Mad Max Movie’s Still Relevant Today

George Miller introduced Mel Gibson in 1979’s Mad Max movie, and he became a movie star. After the film became a box office hit, Miller decided to drop another ‘The Road Warriors’ in 1981. With great action, breathtaking car stunts, the movie became a blockbuster. After 40 years, the Mad Max movie’s still relevant today.
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NLEX Road Warriors bank on balanced offense to down Alaska Aces

NLEX posted its first win without top star Kiefer Ravena in the 2021 PBA Philippine Cup by fending off Alaska, 84-74, in the team's first game back Thursday at the Don Honorio Ventura State University (DHVSU) gym in Bacolor, Pampanga. JR Quiñahan led the charge by picking up 18 points...
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Mark Henry Addresses The Criticism Booker T Gave of CM Punk’s AEW Debut

As previously noted, WWE Hall of Famer Booker T was critical of CM Punk’s AEW debut promo from the August 20th 2021 edition of Rampage. During a recent edition of Busted Open Radio, Mark Henry addressed the criticism:. “I don’t think Booker T actually watched the whole thing. I don’t...
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