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Hulk a former NWA World Champ?

I was watching a match (not sure what fed) Featuring Terry "Hulk" Boulder and the commentators were saying how Hulk Won the NWA title and lost it in fifty-seven seconds could someone clear this up for me?
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not sure where to put this

why did the AWA and CWA split?
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a question

did Vince McMahon Really Buy Georgia Championship Wrestling? and what did he do with it once he had it?
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WWF WWE

why did the WWF become WWE and why do they go out of their way to censor any WWF reference?
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Abdullah the Butcher interview

Here's an interview from 790AM The Ticket with the legend.

I kept laughing throughout the interview.

Jahno.
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Gary Hart (1942 - 2008)

Gary Hart, 66, passed away yesterday (2008/03/16) afternoon at his home in Euless, TX after returning from an autograph session.

RIP...
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Olin Line 1916-19

Hi,

I'd like to suggest some changes within this website's history of the Original World Heavyweight Championship first held by Georg Hackenschmidt.

1. The title history should start with Hackenschmidt's win over Tom Jenkins in 1905, not his tournament wins from 1901. Earlier claims are simply other titles. Not only Hackenschmidt has been crowned World Champion in European Tournaments since 1901. There have been a lot of other champions in this time period.

2. Steve ...
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"Killer" Tor Kamata (1937/03/09 - 2007/07/23)

Tor Kamata passed away on 2007/07/23 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan after a long battle with heart disease.

Kamata was one of the top heels in the old IWE where he was Rusher Kimura's big rival. He then wrestled for All Japan and won the prestigeous PWF Heavyweight Title from Giant Baba in 1978. He had a total of 16 tours in Japan.

He also held various titles in Canada and the U.S. including AWA World Tag ...
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