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Hm, I just tried posting this, but it didn't go through for some reason, so if this shows up more than once, I apologize.

Anyway, I just saw this listing in TV Guide for the History Channel.

Bodyslam! The History of Professional Wrestling
120 min.
A look at the top performers and memorable matches that have made pro wrestling one of the top entertainment attractions in America. Included: interviews with wrestlers, including Hulk Hogan; and a segment on the impact of wrestling on society.

It shows again tonight (Friday) at 11 PM, and also tomorrow at noon.

I just turned it on, and saw interviews with Freddie Blassie and Fabulous Moolah. It looks like it's pretty well done, and has some nice old footage.









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OVW-Storyline wise, it's because he was disrespecting the higherups, so they took away his spot. WWE-wise, since they were doing the 15 Raw/15 Smackdown split, and they probably didn't want him to join a roster for just one night.
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