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Helicopter Crash Landing with Shane McMahon (Video) off of New York's Gilgo Beach

On July 19, 2017 Shane confirms that he is Vince McMahon's son in an interview after a helicopter crash landing.

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Retro 1980s World Wrestling Federation Newspaper Advertisements (July Edition)

World Wrestling Federation Newspaper Ads from an earlier age...(1975, 1985, 1989, 1991)

July 26, 1975

July 18, 1985

July 29, 1989

July 21, 1991

Enjoy Prime Time Wrestling on the WWE Network

WWE Network has over 120 episodes of the classic USA Network World Wrestling Federation television show, Prime Time Wrestling. WWE Hall of Famers Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan host the majority of the episodes offered on the WWE Network. WWF Prime Time Wrestling provides a recorded match history of some of the most popular professional wrestlers of the 1980s and 1990s. The entertaining interactions between the co-hosts provide some of the best illustrations of what made professional wrestling so popular during this period.

Wrestlemania 33: Shane McMahon and AJ Styles highlight the event

There was plenty of excellent Wrestlemania moments throughout WrestleMania 33 held in Orlando, Florida on April 2, 2017. The highlight match was between Shane McMahon, the son of legendary Vincent K. McMahon, and longtime Independent wrestler, AJ Styles (Allen Jones). Shane, 47 years old, and AJ, 39 years old, were two of the oldest wrestlers participating at WM33. Their age and experience showed as the two entertainers performed using classic wrestling moves, "classic" wrestler attacks, trash cans, the top of the announcer's table, the top rope, and much more. The effort by both wrestlers helped secure their match as the best match of the night, and a homage to some of the best wrestling matches from the past 30 years.

Happy birthday to Hossein Khosrow Ali Vaziri AKA The Iron Sheik, 75 years old.

Seventy-five years ago, on March 15, 1942, Hossein Khosrow Ali Vaziri was born in Iran. Vaziri has been an actor, amateur wrestler, and most notably a professional wrestler. Better known as The Iron Sheik, he began his professional wrestling career in 1972 with the American Wrestling Association. In 1980, while wrestling under the name, Hossein Arab, he was selected as the Wrestling Observer Newsletter's Most Underrated Wrestler. After wrestling for various professional wrestling promotions during the 1970s and 1980s, he won the WWF World Heavyweight Championship from Bob Backlund in 1983 at the famed Madison Square Garden. He successfully defended the title for a month, including a match against Tito Santana at The Spectrum in Philadelphia (See the below video for full match).

On January 23, 1984, The Iron Sheik lost the title to Hulk Hogan, but later won the World Tag Team Championship with Nikolai Volkoff on March 31, 1985 at WrestleMania.

Boosted by his anti-American rhetoric, the Iron Sheik was known as one of the most "hated" wrestlers in the United States during the 1980s and 1990s. In the wrestling ring, The Iron Sheik was a solid wrestler, mastering the camel clutch and various suplex maneuvers . He was also one of the best entertainers to have been in the business. Happy 75th birthday to the colorful WWE Hall of Famer.

Hossein Khosrow Ali Vaziri Birthday

The Iron Sheik on Twitter: https://twitter.com/the_ironsheik
Documentary Film on his life: http://sheikmovie.com

The "first" WWF Royal Rumble

The first World Wrestling Federation Royal Rumble took place on Sunday, October 4, 1987, three months prior to the official televised Royal Rumble held on January 24, 1988. CBSSPORTS.COM journalist, Denny Burkholder writes an extensive article on the subject that can be found HERE.

Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka dead at 73

Legendary professional wrestler Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka passed away in January 2017 at the age of 73. Snuka reached his peak popularity and worldwide exposure while working with the World Wrestling Federation during the 1980s. Pro Wrestling Illustrated named Snuka the most popular wrestler of 1983. He also received Match of the Year honors the previous year (1982) for his steel cage match with Bob Backlund. Snuka's outstanding wrestling ability combined with his unique personality made him one of the most memorable professional wrestlers of all time.

Hillary Clinton and World Wrestling Entertainment (Video)


The 2016 WWE "Draft" Creates Two Rosters for their Flagship Wrestling Programs: Smackdown Live & Raw

In what was described by the WWE as "a new era" for the company, on July 19, 2016 the wrestling organization held a WWE Draft which divided the company's pro wrestlers into two separate rosters to exclusively appear on either Smackdown Live or Raw. This is the first WWE Draft since 2011. Special Note: This is Vincent K. McMahon's 34th year of ownership of what is now known as the WWE. Dividing the rosters at this time shows a desire and attempt at a different approach to what we have seen in the WWE since 2011.

The results of the draft are as follows:

SmackDown Live (Tuesdays on the USA Network)

SmackDown Live Commissioner: Shane McMahon
SmackDown Live General Manager: Daniel Bryan

WWE Champion Dean Ambrose
AJ Styles
John Cena
Randy Orton
Bray Wyatt
Becky Lynch
Intercontinental Champion The Miz (with Maryse)
Baron Corbin  
American Alpha (from NXT)
Dolph Ziggler
Alberto Del Rio
The Usos
Demon Kane 
The Ascension
Zack Ryder
Apollo Crews
Alexa Bliss (from NXT)
Eva Marie
The Vaudevillains
Erick Rowan
Mojo Rawley (from NXT)
Carmella (from NXT)

RAW (Mondays on the USA Network)

Raw Commissioner: Stephanie McMahon
Raw General Manger: Mick Foley

Seth Rollins 
WWE Women's Champion Charlotte
Finn Bálor (from NXT)
Roman Reigns
Brock Lesnar
WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day
Sami Zayn
Sasha Banks
Chris Jericho
United States Champion Rusev (with Lana)
Kevin Owens
Enzo & Cass
Gallows and Anderson
Big Show
Nia Jax
Golden Truth
Titus O'Neil
Darren Young (with Bob Backlund)
Sin Cara
Jack Swagger
The Dudley Boyz
Summer Rae
Mark Henry
Braun Strowman
Bo Dallas
Shining Stars
Alicia Fox
Dana Brooke
Curtis Axel