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LeechOfTheNight
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Is everyone that's a member of either HWA or Ohio Valley Wrestling under some sort of WWF developmental contract? If so, how come Shark Boy was able to do the WWA PPV when he's listed as a member of HWA's roster???



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Eventhough Sharkboy was teamed up with such notable professional wrestling stars such as, Mightly Molly, Maven, and Steve Blackman, sadly he is not under WWF contract. I guess that HWA wrestlers not under WWF contract are able to wrestle for other promotions like the WWA. But the man(shark?) has many fans...





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