Sultan is a story of Sultan Ali Khan - a local wrestling champion with the world at his feet as he dreams of representing India at the Olympics. It's a story of Aarfa - a feisty young girl from the same small town as Sultan with her own set of dreams. When the 2 local wrestling legends lock horns, romance blossoms and their dreams and aspirations become intertwined and aligned. However, the path to glory is a rocky one and one must fall several times before one stands victorious - More often than not, this journey can take a lifetime. Sultan is a classic underdog tale about a wrestlers journey, looking for a comeback by defeating all odds staked up against him. But when he has nothing to lose and everything to gain in this fight for his life match... Sultan must literally fight for his life. Sultan believes he's got what it takes... but this time, it's going to take everything he's got.
Sultan is an upcoming Indian action film directed by Ali Abbas Zafar. Produced by Aditya Chopra under Yash Raj Films banner, the film stars Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma in the lead roles. The film centers around Sultan Ali Khan (Salman Khan), a wrestler who has problems in his professional and personal life.
|2.||How I Met Your Mother
(2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Time Travelers (2013)
In April 2013, Ted is feeling all alone with Marshall and Lily preoccupied with their family, Robin and Barney planning their wedding, and Ted without a significant other in his life. Barney asks Ted if he would like to go see "Robots Vs. Wrestlers Legends". Ted decides against it. Ted is visited by future versions of Barney and himself, who try to convince him to go or not to go with current Barney to the event. The visit by these future versions of Barney and himself, who have the knowledge of what happens in the future, eventually opens Ted's eyes to why he has really received these visits. Meanwhile, Marshall embarks on a battle with Robin as Robin has received credit at MacLaren's for a cocktail he created, while Lily vows to stay neutral in their battle.
|3.||How I Met Your Mother
(2005 TV Series)
Episode: Robots vs. Wrestlers (2010)
Barney feels like the gang is slowly falling apart. Despite not knowing exactly what it is but knowing that they would all have a good time at it, he got five ringside tickets to go see "Robots vs. Wrestlers" for himself, Ted, Marshall, Lily and Robin, knowing full well that Robin would now decline in her want to establish a relationship with Don away from specifically her two ex-boyfriends. Marissa Heller may be the cause of Ted also drifting away from the group, he who feels unappreciated whenever he tries to bring a little culture into the proceedings. So when the four crash an upscale party, Ted feels like he's met a crowd who he not only likes (including film director qv##nm0000953##, political columnist qv##nm0400251## and New York Times crossword puzzle editor qv##nm1927879##), but who allow him to be cultured. But can Ted be cultured all the time? A recent doppelgänger sighting may provide him the answer. Meanwhile, Marshall and Lily wait for a specific sign to let them know when they should start a family.
(2004 TV Series)
Episode: House Divided (2009)
House's sleep deprivation is beginning to take its toll. He's constantly hallucinating Amber and even needs "her" to come up with ideas to find out what's wrong with a deaf wrestler who during a match started "hearing" loud explosions. Meanwhile, House prepares Chase's bachelor party, complete with strippers and lots of alcohol.
|5.||That '70s Show
(1998 TV Series)
Episode: That Wrestling Show (1999)
Kelso is a hero now he has 'done it' and Jackie actually behaves like his devoted lover, almost his love-slave. Red was excessively strict again with Eric for being late to return library books and furious about a single 'No', but the threat of Kitty nagging constantly forces him to try 'becoming friends' so Red joins the boys -still soon taking the wheel himself- who go to a weird wrestling show in Kanosha, two huge stars against a swarm of midgets. Bob still doesn't get why Midge wants some independence despite him being a fine provider, which her therapy sessions and Laurie's selfish example keep making worse, so Bob begs Red to take him along, and wines to poor Fez, while Hyde just tries to get Bob to buy them beers. Even former wrestler Red enjoys the show. Spoilsport Donna begins to convince Jackie teenage boys are always horny, so why be a doormat if you can...? After the show, Red ignores the 'wrestler only' sign on the locker-room and takes Eric along getting an autograph, afterward they even play-wrestle. Midge got eager feminist Laurie and reluctant Kitty to join her womanizing therapists's group session, but both Forman 'ladies' get a blunt surprise there...
(1989 TV Series)
Episode: Gorgeous Grampa (2013)
Discovering a collection of muscle man magazines in Grandpa's belongings the Simpsons assume he is gay but it transpires that, decades ago, he was Glamorous Godfrey, a successful wrestler who eventually quit the ring because his 'bad boy' tactics made him unpopular. However Mr Burns was a huge fan and relaunches his career, inspiring Bart to also fight dirty in school sports. Ad a result Bart and his grandpa take to the ring as a villainous tag team but, fearing for Bart's future, Grandpa shows that the audience really likes to root for the good guys and undergoes a sudden change of image.
(1989 TV Series)
Episode: Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo (1999)
The Simpsons go to Tokyo where Bart and Homer get thrown into jail after mistaking the emperor for a Sumo wrestler and Marge has to use up most of their holiday money as bail. When Homer makes an origami crane out of their last million yen note and it blows away,they are forced to take part in a dangerous game-show in order to win the money for their return flight.
(2011 TV Series)
Episode: Silence of the Slams (2016)
When ambitious young "luchador" (Mexican costumed wrestler) Goyo is tired of playing the staged loser, old mask artist Benito makes and gives him a winner's mask. Goyo ignores the warning never to wear it outside the ring, and comes under its murderous influence, and it sort of fuses with his skin. Unable to bear the pain, Goyo begs to be relieved, but the possessive spirit turns on both, leaving only Monroe able to perform the antidote rite once Nick's team has traced the killing in Goyo's trail. Meanwhile mayoral candidate Dixon's murder by feral hit-man Marwan Hanano is investigated and Renard offered to take his place.
(2001 TV Series)
Episode: Combat (2007)
Clark and Chloe discover that Titan, another alien escapee from the Phantom Zone, is the hulking star of a secret fight club whose bloody, bare-knuckle battles to the death are broadcast on the Internet. Lois smells a story and investigates on her own but is captured by fight manager-presenter Maddox, the Belle Reve administrator, and forced to become wrestler Athena's first opponent. To save Lois, Clark reveals his ability to catch bullets to Maddox so he can fight Titan, but is stunned to face Lois in the ring instead... Lana returns from her honeymoon with Lex, whose men are looking for Titan, but she's more uncertain about living the life of wealthy and power and has a traumatic miscarriage.
|10.||Married with Children
(1987 TV Series)
Episode: You Gotta Know When to Fold Them: Part 2 (1990)
Al and the kids travel to Las Vegas to try to get the ladies out of the hole they are in. After an unsuccessful attempt to win their money back at the roulette table, Al agrees to try to win $10,000 by staying three minutes in the ring with GLOW wrestler "Big Bad Momma," a huge monster of a woman.
|11.||Married with Children
(1987 TV Series)
Episode: Flight of the Bumblebee (1995)
In order to join Al's group NO MA'AM, Bud must go through a intuition process where he must crash a televised wrestling match in order to get an photograph taken of him with pro-wrestler King Kong Bundy. Bud not only gains backstage access by dressing in a Bumblebee outfit, but thank to Kelly's big mouth, he lands in the ring facing the star wrestler as well.
(1989 TV Series)
Episode: Bash at the Beach (1996)
C.J. rescues pro wrestler qv##nm0001356##, who then tells her, Cody and the rest of the Baywatch team that he's in town with fellow wrestler qv##nm0688187## in trying to prevent the Venice Boys Youth Center that is faced with being closed down from his arch rival, pro wrestler qv##nm0282310## and his gang, qv##nm0838196## and Big Van Vader. Flair then challenges Hogan and Savage into a grudge wrestling match for control of the youth center. Meanwhile, Stephanie is dating Mitch's old friend, Tom Morella, a dermatologist who diagnoses her with melanoma, which turns Stephanie into a nervous wreck.
(1994 TV Series)
Episode: Sticks and Stones (1999)
Carter deals with tenant drama at an apartment tower during a ride-along that later has deadly consequences, Lucy has to hide a cancer diagnosis from an ill woman at the behest of the patient's family, Carol finds out she is pregnant, Kerry reflects on her own family issues when an injured wrestler comes to the ER, and Greene continues to help Mobalage, who may be deported if he can't tell the INS about the abuse he suffered in Nigeria.
(1994 TV Series)
Episode: Officer Down (2007)
Abby and a distracted Morris work to save two auxiliary cops brought in with gunshot wounds. Pratt treats a teen wrestler with severe vomiting, but the problem is much more serious. Sam worries over her new beau Litchman. Gates tries to help a young boy in the ICU with a deadly disease. Also, Dubenko visits Neela while she babysits baby Joe.
(1999 TV Series)
Episode: Krusty Krushers/The Card (2008)
Krusty Krushers: Mr. Krabs hatches up yet another get-rich-quick scheme: professional wrestling! But Mr. Krabs isn't the one who's going to wrestle. He's going to be the manager and money-handler-for the newest tag-team wrestlers in Bikini Bottom: SpongeBob and Patrick! The Card: The new Mermaidman and Barnacleboy trading cards are on sale, and SpongeBob is determined to get the super special rare talking card, no matter how many packs of cards he needs to buy to find it. He buys packs upon packs of cards, but no luck. But when Patrick buys just one pack, he immediately finds the rare card without even trying! And to make matters worse, Patrick doesn't treat the card with the care and respect that SpongeBob believes it deserves.
(2008 TV Series)
Episode: Crabtree Mania (2015)
Detective Murdoch and Constable Crabtree investigate the death of Handsome Randolph Henderson, a professional wrestler. Initially, Crabtree was convinced that Henderson died from a head slam inflicted on him by his ring opponent, the Masked Mauler but Dr. Grace finds no head injury but rather that he died from a large dose of morphine. As he investigates further, a disbelieving Crabtree learns that many of the ring moves are fake and that the outcomes of the matches are predetermined. The wrestling promoter, Victor McAllister, is careful to protect the myth that this is a professional sport and forbids any of his employees to speak to the police. The police have a witness but the killer was wearing a mask. Meanwhile, Julia and the other suffragettes receive an offer of support from the temperance movement - provided of course they support that movements views about liquor and other issues. Not everyone is comfortable with the offer.
|17.||Little House on the Prairie
(1974 TV Series)
Episode: The King Is Dead (1979)
Aging professional wrestler Milo Stavroupolis comes to nearby Mankato to "fight" the locals. Stavroupolis' promoter, the shrewd Jimmy Hart, convinces Jonathan Garvey to fight the old man ... unaware that the fight was "fixed." But there's even more heartbreak ahead, as Stavroupolis is suffering emotionally (and physically) after years of fighting; his beloved wife, Anna (herself desperately ill) has begged him to retire. The old man is convinced by Jonathan to substitute for him in the upcoming championship
|18.||Curb Your Enthusiasm
(2000 TV Series)
Episode: Thor (2001)
While going to meet Jason Alexander to discuss an idea for a new TV project, Larry has a run-in with professional wrestler Thor Olsen. Thor accuses Larry of "shooting at his kids", and Larry thinks Thor slashed his tires. Meanwhile, Jeff separates from Suzie, and asks Larry to go pick up his clothes. Doing so incurs the wrath of Suzie, and he asks Jeff to repay the favor by letting the air out of Thor's tires.
This is a drama about an aging professional wrestler, decades past his prime, who now barely gets by working small wrestling shows in VFW halls and as a part-time grocery store employee. As he faces health problems that may end his wrestling career for good he attempts to come to terms with his life outside the ring: by working full time at the grocery store, trying to reconcile with the daughter he abandoned in childhood and forming a closer bond with a stripper he has romantic feelings for. He struggles with his new life and an offer of a high-profile rematch with his 1980s arch-nemesis, The Ayatollah, which may be his ticket back to stardom.
Robin Ramzinski, better known by his stage name Randy "The Ram" Robinson, is an aging wrestler who achieved fame in the 80s. Twenty years later, Randy is now a has-been, barely getting by with wrestling gigs over the weekend while working part-time at a local grocery store during weekdays. Fortunately, Randy is given the chance for redemption after agreeing to a 20th anniversary rematch against one of his most well-known opponents, the Ayatollah. However, Randy is forced to retire after suffering from a heart attack. With his career over, Randy is forced to start anew. He attempts to start a relationship with a stripper named Cassidy whom he has feelings for, but his advances are constantly turned down. Randy also tries to reconcile with his daughter Stephanie whom he abandoned at a young age, but she rejects him because of what she sees as his shortcomings as a father. Struggling to adjust to a new life, can Randy cope with retirement, or will he risk all and go back into wrestling?
Twenty years ago, Randy 'The Ram' Robinson was a successful wrestler; now he is decadent, living alone in a trailer, working part time in a supermarket and wrestling in the weekends. After a wrestling match, Randy has a heart attack in the dressing room and has heart by-pass surgery; his doctor forbids him to use steroids or wrestle again. Randy decides to retire and proposes that the stripper and lap dancer Pam "Cassidy" move in with him. However she does not accept and suggests that he approach his daughter Stephanie to resolve their differences. Randy gets a full-time job in the supermarket, but he does not deal well with the world outside the arena and decides to return to the sport where he is recognized by his fans.
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.5719 (2009)
Rebecca tries to ignore Paul's refusal and pretends even to Elle he has accepted to wed her, but the truth soon gets out. After an encouraging talk with Declan, Paul decides to follow his heart. Just a heirloom from their by offered by Paul to Katie makes Harry furious enough to move out for a while. Lucas spends his baby bet gains on a motor trip with employee Steph. The wrestler fans get a treat.
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Thank Heaven for Triple Girls (2006)
Susan and Karl look over Katya and worry with her about Rachel's irrational bitterness. Ned accepts Carmella's plea to perform for the sick kids in hospital. Harold learns with disgust Lou intends to make $1,000 photographing Toadie as wrestler in a TV competition but ends up helping to finance his Russia mission and nearly gets arrested by constable Tyson Harrison on account of his real, utterly unbelievable story. When Zeke returns from football camp, he can barely show off his bruise -as mascot Dingo!- till Rachel tells him everything, he runs off shouting he hates Susan; the orphans consider moving...
(1959 TV Series)
Episode: An Earthquake Called Callahan (1971)
A traveling professional wrestler named Tom Callahan is the only person who can prove Dusty Rhoades' innocence when the Ponderosa foreman is falsely jailed. But when Callahan stubbornly refuses to come to Virginia City to provide the alibi, Joe decides to pursue him and do everything he can to bring him back.
(1959 TV Series)
Episode: Old Sheba (1964)
After Hoss injures traveling circus wrestler, Bearcat Sampson, during an exhibition match, he and manager, Little Joe, agree that Hoss will take the Bearcat's place in the ring while he recovers; but the circus owner squanders Hoss' winnings and the Cartwrights end up with an unconventional paycheck...Old Sheba, the circus elephant.
Based on true events, Foxcatcher tells the dark and fascinating story of the unlikely and ultimately tragic relationship between an eccentric multi-millionaire and two champion wrestlers. When Olympic Gold Medal winning wrestler Mark Schultz (Channing Tatum) is invited by wealthy heir John du Pont (Steve Carell) to move on to the du Pont estate and help form a team to train for the 1988 Seoul Olympics at his new state-of-the-art training facility, Schultz jumps at the opportunity, hoping to focus on his training and finally step out of the poverty striken situation Olympic caliber athletes like he and his revered brother, Dave (Mark Ruffalo). Driven by hidden needs, du Pont sees backing Schultz's bid for Gold and the chance to "coach" a world-class wrestling team as an opportunity to gain the elusive respect of his peers and, more importantly, his disapproving mother (Vanessa Redgrave). Trapped in du Pont's majestic but suffocating world, Mark comes to see his benefactor as an egotistical, arrogant, and selfish megalomaniac and grows increasingly contemptuous. Though initially supportive, du Pont's mercurial personality turns and he begins to lure Mark into an unhealthy lifestyle that threatens to undermine his training. Soon du Pont's erratic behavior and threatening psychological game-play begin to erode the athlete's environment, stability, and motivation. Meanwhile du Pont becomes fixated on Dave, who exudes the confidence du Pont lacks. du Pont eventually realizes he is unable to buy the respect he so desperately desires from the world's greatest wrestlers. Fueled by du Pont's increasing paranoia and alienation from the brothers, the trio is propelled towards a tragedy no one could have foreseen.
Dave Schultz and qv##nm4600123## are brothers, Olympic gold medal winning wrestlers (both from the Soviet-bloc boycotted 1984 Olympics), and training partners. As the older who had earlier success, Dave has always been the leader between the two, Mark largely in his shadow, even in his own successes which are seen largely as Dave's doing. In 1987, Mark is recruited by fifty year old John du Pont - of the chemical company du Ponts - to train under his tutelage at his family's estate, Foxcatcher, which du Pont would use as the name for his camp of athletes. Despite not knowing anything about du Pont, Mark is convinced largely out of John's sense of nationalism and seeming pride for the sport, greater public exposure which he feels would give Mark and the sport the glory they so rightly deserve, especially in the United States. In addition, du Pont would largely give Mark free reign to choose his training partners. Dave is offered the same deal through Mark, but turns it down as he does not want to uproot his family to move to the Foxcatcher estate in Pennsylvania. du Pont sees himself as a Renaissance man and philanthropist, his other interests including ornithology, about which he is a published author, philately, and being a freestyle wrestler in his own right. In the short term, Mark, Dave and John all have the same goal: Mark winning the 1987 World Championship and the gold medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. Despite they having these same goals, other priorities for what they are doing, especially du Pont's, would tear the relationship between the three apart, most specifically as du Pont feels like he is loosing control in front of a worldwide audience, which is all the more important seeing as to his relationship with his mother, Jean du Pont.
(1989 TV Series)
Episode: Heart of a Champion - July 23, 1955 (1991)
It's 1955 and the middle of the cold war when Sam leaps into the body of Terry Sammis, a professional wrestler who, along with his brother Ronnie, form a tag team. They're from Arkansas but their ring persona is that of Soviets and they taunt the crowd with their pro-Russian rants. Al tells Sam that Terry is new to the wrestling game having just replaced an older brother who died in a car crash. He also tells him Ronnie will die in the big title match they have scheduled for the next day. Sam tries to convince Ronnie to pass upon the big match but wrestling is in their blood and Ronnie has no intention of giving up their big chance. There's only one thing Sam can do: fight the entire match by himself and make sure Ronnie never enters the ring.
Biopic of Mahavir Singh Phogat, who taught wrestling to his daughters Babita Kumari and Geeta Phogat. Geeta Phogat was India's first female wrestler to win at the 2010 Commonwealth Games, where she won the gold medal (52 kg) while her sister Babita Kumari won the silver (55 kg).
(2012 TV Series)
Episode: Spike's Got Talent (2013)
Principal Perry announces a forthcoming school talent show. Overlooked by his classmates, Chase uses his telekinetic powers to seem a master magician. Leo, who was the show's magician till Chase got him bumped, wants revenge - and Eddy's there to help - but the execution triggers Chase's Commando App, which awakens dormant personality Spike and later forces Principal Perry to relive her glory days as a pro-wrestler to combat him. Meanwhile, Bree's artistic boyfriend Owen teams up with Adam to build a protest sculpture against the talent show - a giant bust of Principal Perry made entirely of butter. Jealous, Bree gets assistance from Eddy to ruin the work and have Owen back, but Eddy makes sure her sabotage gets credit where credit is due.
(1964 TV Series)
Episode: Herman the Great (1964)
Herman is blending metal tubes in the living room, in front of Eddie and his impressed friend Wilbur, whose father is a wrestling promoter. Wilbur tells to his father about Herman's special skill to bend tubes and even lift cars. Herman sees an article in a magazine, about the importance of opening an special bank account for children future education. Wilbur's father calls Herman and makes an offer to him: to become a wrestler. Herman's thinking about an extra job, in order to open an account for Eddie's future education. This could be a great opportunity, but Herman doesn't want that Lily and the family find out. The promoter says that that won't be a problem, because he could fight wearing a mask. So, Herman becomes a wrestler called "The Masked Marvel", but while he's training upstairs Grandpa appears and discovers Herman's secret. Herman asks Grandpa not to tell anything about the matter to Lily. That night takes place the first fight, and Grandpa's watching it at the television. All family is gather together in the living room watching the fight, and after looking the size of "The Masked Marvel", they will sympathize with his adversary, except Grandpa. But Herman loses the fight and in the dress room confesses to Grandpa that he felt touched by his contender, because during the fight he told that he has to support his family and his poor mother. Grandpa gets angry, and tells Herman that he has to think about Eddie first. But the next days occurs the same, Herman loses all the fights because he's feeling touched by the sad stories of his contenders. The promoter comes up with a contest: an special prize for that who could stand the longer time with the Masked Marvel and beat him. The Strangler, a professional wrestler, will be the contestant, and his manager tells him that there's nothing to worry about, because he'll give sleeping pills to the Marvel. Grandpa assists to the fight and the cheater is next to him. The family is watching the fight and discovers that The Masked Marvel is Herman. Herman feels asleep during the fight and The Strangler seems to be the winner, but Grandpa finds out that he's in fact a professional wrestler. Grandpa tries to warn the people, but he prefers to use his magic to help Herman, who wins the fight and with the monetary prize opens the account for Eddie's education.
(2003 TV Series)
Episode: One Fall (2010)
The team reopens the case of a dock worker who was moonlighting as an indy-circuit wrestler until he was shot dead in 1986, and Valens secretly looks into a lead on the man who mugged and raped his mother.
|30.||The Love Boat
(1977 TV Series)
Episode: Miss Mom/Who's the Champ/Gopher's Delusion (1986)
Judy (qv##nm0460137##) thinks a writer (qv##nm0614101##) of children's books is perfect for her picky cousin (qv##nm0116885##), who is also pregnant; a pro wrestler (qv##nm0744523##) forbids his sister (qv##nm0391875##) to associate with his opponent (qv##nm0421063##); Gopher (qv##nm0334948##) is accidentally hypnotized and given a post-hypnotic suggestion that he's the captain.
|31.||The Running Man
The year is 2017. The world economy has collapsed. The United States has sealed off its borders and has become a military controlled police state which controls TV, movies, art, books, communication and censorship. In the police state America has become, criminals have a choice. They can serve their sentences in prison or they can take part in "The Running Man" a government owned violent game-show where contestants running for freedom are pursued by "Stalkers" wrestler-like bounty hunters. "The Running Man" is the top rating show on network TV and Damon Killian, the creator and host is the most popular entertainer in the US. But one man has yet to play... Former L.A. police officer Ben Richards, framed for the massacre of innocent people, when disobeyed orders is recaptured, after escaping from prison. Ben is forced to appear on "The Running Man", joined by resistance fighters William Laughlin and Harold Weiss and Amber Mendez, (a network employee who Richards took hostage and she turned Richards into the authorities) are chased by The Stalkers, as they search for the secret base of the resistance, as they bid to broadcast the truth about the government and prove Ben's innocence.
(1989 TV Series)
Episode: The Psycho Twins (1994)
Urkel demonstrates his latest invention, snooze juice (a potion meant to allow police officers to easily apprehend criminals) at a professional wrestling event. When two wrestlers accidentally drink the potion and are unable to compete against the WWF's Bushwackers, the bloodthirsty tag team sets their sights on the nerd and Carl.
|33.||Party of Five
(1994 TV Series)
Episode: Wrestling Demons (1999)
Bailey is reunited with his old friend, Will McCorkle, and accompanies him on Will's job assignment as a chauffeur of a pro wrestler which turns into a comedy of epic proportions when the wrestler forces the guys to drive to his estranged wife's house. Meanwhile, Julia hears rumors about her and Evan being romantically involved as a result of their spending time together. But during a Halloween costume party, Julia thinks that her feelings for Evan run deeper than she thought especially when she sees her friend, Isabella, trying to get chummy with him. Charlie and Kirsten visit a fertility doctor to see if there is still a chance for her to get pregnant which brings up more worry and complications. Also, Victor, Owen, and Griffin decorate the Salinger house for a Halloween party which gets too much for them to handle. Claudia sees that Cameron has feelings for her when he tells her about his decision to break up with Alexia.
|34.||The Drew Carey Show
(1995 TV Series)
Episode: Rats, Kate's Dating a Wrestler (1999)
When the Warsaw has to temporarily close, the guys reach out to "The Disciplinarian", a popular professional wrestler, to be the spokesman for Buzz Beer. Drew greatly disapproves when Kate starts dating The Disciplinarian because all of her relationships tend to end in disaster. Things eventually start to go south when The Disciplinarian stops working out in favor of getting drunk, so much so that he misses important public appearances.
(2014 TV Series)
Episode: AJ & Liddy (2014)
Pro-wrestler AJ's muscular body and playful nature attract all three dates, yet petty painter Liddy seems incompatible as they have different expectations about relationships. She turns down bald Kentucky Joe on looks, slick frat-type player Steve for instantly turning his looks to Meg's huge implanted breasts. The third girl is completely inconsistent, so only the protagonists end up choosing each-other.
|36.||Hill Street Blues
(1981 TV Series)
Episode: Ba-Bing, Ba-Bing (1983)
Frank gets the local gang leaders together to lay down 'Furillo's Law' in light of the mayoral campaign. Bobby Hill wins 100,000 dollars in the Lottery's 'Rainbow Run off'. Coffey and Bates interrupt a fight between two female mud wrestlers and their male spectators, leading to a double date for Joe. Belker is undercover at a fish market and gets in trouble with Deputy Chief Mahoney.
Nacho (Black) is a monastery cook, who spends his day feeding orphans and being overlooked by the monastery. When Sister Encarnación (Reguera) arrive at the monastery, Nacho realises that the only way to win her affection and to save the children, will be by competing as a Luchador wrestler.
The monk Ignacio loves the orphans in the monastery and dreams of becoming a wrestler. He teams up with the bum Esqueleto and wears a mask to secretly fight in the arena for amateurs with the alias Nacho. They are losers but they receive money for the fight that Ignacio uses to buy better food for the orphans. When the gorgeous Sister Encarnación comes to live in the monastery, Ignacio has feelings for her. When the monks discover his secret, Ignacio is expelled from the monastery. Now he needs to win against the number one wrestler Ramses to become a professional fighter.
Ignacio is a monk who aspires to be a professional lucha libre wrestler, which is considered a sin at the orphanage where he works. He wrestles in hiding under the name Nacho for the children to help pay for their needs. The movie is what happens when he does this.
When the NFL football team, the Washington Sentinels, goes on strike, the team's owner, Edward O'Neill, calls former NFL coach Jimmy McGinty out of retirement to coach a rag-tag team of replacement players to finish the season's last four games in which McGinty turns to former Ohio State player Shane Falco to be the team's captain for the duration of the season and Falco is forced to shape up the misfit players whom include convenience store guard Clifford Franklin, gangster rapper brothers Andre and Jamal Jackson, former sumo wrestler Jumbo Fumkio, a Welsh "football" player called "The Leg", a deaf player, a convict on a work-release program, a tough SWAT leader, and many more while, at the same time, Falco strikes up a possible romance with the team's cheerleading captain Annabelle Farrell.
When the NFL's Washington Sentinels goes on strike, the team's owner, calls former NFL coach Jimmy McGinty out of retirement to coach a rag-tag team of replacement players to finish the season's last four games. Stage left Shane Falco the team's captain for the duration of the season is forced to shape up the misfit players whom include convenience store guard, gangster rapper brothers, former sumo wrestler, a Welsh "football" player called "The Leg", a deaf player, a convict on a work-release program, and a tough SWAT leader. Meanwhile Falco strikes up a possible romance with the team's cheerleading captain Annabelle Farrell.
(2002 TV Series)
Episode: Controlling Interest (2004)
Dr. Brown tries to intervene when a bulimic high school champion wrestler puts his life in jeopardy for an important tournament. Bright is suspended from school after he fights with Amy's boyfriend Tommy. Linda suspects that that Andy is reluctant to move their relationship to a more intimate level because of her HIV status. Finally, Ephram is convinced that college student Madison is embarrassed to be seen with him.
(1993 TV Series)
This wrestling show quickly grew into one of the most popular sports/entertainment shows ever. In addition to presenting matches between the stars of the WWF, this program spent most of its time on the elaborate backstage story that had developed, involving feuds, deals, backstabbings and romances between the wrestlers, managers, referees and commissioners.
(1993 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 18 August 2008 (2008)
The show opened with an in-ring promo by Chris Jericho, who commented on his interrupting Shawn Michaels' "retirement" announcement at SummerSlam the previous evening (the SummerSlam in-ring promo ended with Jericho attempting to hit Michaels but striking his wife, Rebecca Hickenbottom, instead). Jericho, refusing to accept responsibility for what happened the previous evening, said everything would have been easier had Michaels simply turned in his resignation and "retired" gracefully, and claimed that Michaels' last act in wrestling was cradling a dazed Rebecca's head in his arms. Jericho then pinned the blame on Rebecca being punched on Michaels and the fans, and that Michaels had it coming to him. Later in the show, a clip from post-SummerSlam, where Michael Cole attempted to interview Michaels and Rebecca, was played. Michaels, near tears, said he was going home to be with his wife and family, but didn't complete the rest of his thought (implying revenge). Also A backstage segment with Batista and John Cena. The two shook hands and Cena conceded that Batista was the better man last night. In the arena, Raw General Manager Mike Adamle announces the main event for Unforgiven - a "Championship Scramble," where five wrestlers (including the champion) compete for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Multiple pinfalls, submissions, etc., are allowed, but whomever had the last victory after 20 minutes of battle will keep the championship. In-ring promo by Kane, who spoke about revealing the mask of Rey Mysterio last week. He said that Rey is still alive (after the parking lot attack), but has not been seen since the attack because of a crushed spirit. Batista then came to the ring to attack Kane and send him reeling. Jamie Noble by knockout, when JBL connected on three "Clothesline from Hell" attempts. John Cena def. WWE Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase Jr. in a handicap match, after forcing Rhodes to submit. Pre-match: Cryme Tyme came to the ring and stole the Tag Team Championship belts. D-Lo Brown def. WWE Intercontinental Champion Santino Marella by disqualification when WWE Women's Champion Beth Phoenix interfered. Chris Jericho def. WWE World Heavyweight Champion C.M. Punk in a non-title match.
(1993 TV Series)
Episode: 2008 Slammy Awards (2008)
This three-hour special is built around presentations of the "WWE Slammy Award," an awards program similar to the Grammys and Academy awards where wrestlers are awarded trophies for accomplishments in any number of different categories. In addition to matches, there were several Slammy presentations throughout the program. This year's award categories: Superstar of the Year, Match of the Year, Diva of the Year, "Oh My God!" Moment of the Year, Couple of the Year, Tag Team of the Year, Finishing Maneuver of the Year, "Damn!" Moment of the Year, Extreme Moment of the Year, Best WWE.com Exclusive, Breakout Star of the Year, "What's Up?", Announce Team of the Year, Best Impersonation, Match results, No. 1 Contender's Match for Intercontinental Championship.
(1993 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 15 October 2007 (2007)
From Birmingham, England, WWE Champion Randy Orton suggests to RAW General Manager William Regal that he schedule a Triple Threat match featuring his three possible opponents - Jeff Hardy, Mr. Kennedy and Shawn Michaels - at the upcoming Cyber Sunday event. Instead, Regal announces that Orton will be facing each wrestler, one at a time. Vince McMahon suggests that the fans need to see a demonstration of the three possible match types for the Triple H vs. Umaga matchup. Umaga is present but with Triple H injured and not at the arena, McMahon sends in a substitute: preliminary wrestler Andy Simmons. In succession, Umaga beats up the hapless Simmons in a Street Fight (where a wrestler can use weapons against his opponent), a First Blood match (the idea is to make the opponent bleed) and a steel cage match; all the while, McMahon refers to Simmons as "Triple H." Jonathan Coachman discloses his desire to get rid of Hornswoggle. However, Hornswoggle gets the jump on Coach, stealing Carlito's apple and running off. Coach gives chase throughout the backstage area (including one area where there was a catered party). Eventually, the chase ends at ringside, where Hornswoggle hides under the ring. Coach thinks he's got his prey covered and - in a tribute to the Wile E. Coyote-Road Runner cartoons - pulls out a large detonator. However, the detonator fails when Coach tries to use it; when he goes under the ring to investigate, Hornswoggle re-emerges and successfully detonates the explosives under the ring. Coach is foiled once again. Match results: * Randy Orton defeated Jeff Hardy with the RKO after Mr. Kennedy distracted Hardy. * Santino Marella defeated Val Venus with a roll-up. Unseen by the referee, Marella uses the ropes for extra leverage. * In his second match of the night, Orton defeated Mr. Kennedy by disqualification when Hardy interfered. * Umaga defeated preliminary wrestler Andy Simmons three times - first in a Street Fight, then in a First Blood match and lastly, a steel cage match. * Candice Michelle defeated Jillian Hall after the Unprettier. Afterward, a video aired of WWE Women's Champion Beth Phoenix to hype next week's match with Candice Michelle. * Rory (of the Highlanders) defeated Brian Kendrick after a flapjack suplex. * Hardcore Holly defeated Cody Rhodes following an Alabama Slam. * In his third match of the night, Orton was disqualified against Shawn Michaels after Mr. Kennedy interfered.
(1993 TV Series)
Episode: WWE Draft Special (2007)
The episode begins with a brief statement from Vince McMahon, who says this is "Vince McMahon Appreciation Night," and that the loss of the ECW title to Bobby Lashley hasn't affected his mood. Jim Ross and the other announcers explain the "WWE Draft" and that several interpromotional matches will have draft picks available for the winner's brand. Match results: * Edge (Smackdown!) def. John Cena (RAW) by countout. The Great Khali is drafted to Smackdown!; * C.M. Punk (ECW) pinned Carlito (RAW). The Boogeyman is drafted to ECW. * Umaga (RAW) pinned Balls Mahoney (ECW) in a squash match. King Booker and Sharmell are drafted to RAW. * Bobby Lashley (ECW) def. Chris Benoit (Smackdown!). Benoit is drafted to ECW. * MVP (Smackdown!) def. Santino Marella (RAW). Torrie Wilson is drafted to Smackdown!; * The Miz (Smackdown!) def. Gene Snitsky (ECW). Chris Masters is drafted to Smackdown!; * Candice Michelle (RAW) def. Kristal Marshall (Smackdown!). Bobby Lashley is drafted to RAW. * Batista (Smackdown!) def. Jeff Hardy (RAW) and Elijah Burke (ECW) in a Triple Threat Match. Ric Flair is drafted to Smackdown!; * 15-man interpromotional battle royal: Randy Orton (RAW) eliminated Matt Hardy (Smackdown!) to win two picks for RAW: Gene Snitsky and Mr. Kennedy. Throughout the episode, vignettes featuring various superstars of past and present were aired, almost all anti-Vince McMahon. Featured: Jesse "The Body" Ventura, Snoop Dogg, Steven Glover (Steve-O from "Jackass"), Donald Trump, WWE Diva Ashley (who got support from Mae Young and The Fabulous Moolah), Bret "The Hitman" Hart, Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka and The Iron Sheik (appearing together), Mark Cuban (owner of the Dallas Mavericks), NBC sports announcer Bob Costas, Captain Lou Albano, "Mean" Gene Okerlund and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. In addition, Mick Foley, Roddy Piper and Dusty Rhodes made live appearances to deliver their anti-McMahon promos; plus, several video packages were aired highlighting McMahon's career, many of them including his feuds with various wrestlers with McMahon playing the part of the heel. In the final segment, McMahon went to the ring to address the crowd, but appearing clearly distracted, left after uttering only a quiet "Thank you." He walked to the back and, after walking past a group of wrestlers, was guided toward the back door by Jonathan Coachman. McMahon walked to and stepped inside his parked limousine, which immediately exploded into flames.
(1993 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 18 June 2007 (2007)
From Richmond, Va., the show opens with the final moments of the June 18 "WWE Raw," where Vince McMahon's limousine explodes in flames seconds after he had gotten inside. Footage from news conferences concerning the explosion and Mr. McMahon's apparent death (viewers are told that he was nowhere to be found) are aired, along with eyewitness accounts. Several WWE wrestlers issue "public apologies" for unflattering remarks made during last week's "Vince McMahon Appreciation Night," while several investigators question wrestlers and others about their whereabouts and activities prior to the limousine explosion. Later, Stephanie McMahon arrives and offers a tear-filled tribute to her father. It is also announced that the June 25 episode will be a celebration of Vince McMahon's life. Match results: * Brian Kendrick and Paul London defeated The World's Greatest Tag Team (Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas) after Kendrick hit a "sliced bread" on Haas. * Jeff Hardy defeated Daivari with a swanton bomb. * The Mick Foley-Umaga match was declared a no-contest after Umaga injured Foley, rendering him being unable to continue. * Melina and Jillian Hall defeat Mickey James and Candice Michelle when Melina pinned James. * Randy Orton and King Booker defeat John Cena and Bobby Lashley after Orton connects on an RKO on Lashley.
(1993 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 5 January 2009 (2009)
In the ring, Chris Jericho and Randy Orton announced they had filed a formal protest relating to the outcome of the "Fatal Four-Way" match last week, alleging collusion between Shawn Michaels and JBL (so that JBL would earn his shot at WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena at the Royal Rumble). JBL came out and claimed that they (Jericho and Orton) would have done the same thing if they had his resources. Michaels then said he was glad that he prevented Jericho and Orton from fighting for the title. Jericho and Orton snickered, stating that Michaels was a phony and that his recent actions cheapened the outcome of his WrestleMania XXIV match with Ric Flair. General manager Stephanie McMahon came out and refused to accept the protest and that the Cena-JBL match at the Royal Rumble would go on as announced, and that Jericho and Orton are entered in the Royal Rumble. JBL interrupted McMahon and stated that Michaels will be in his corner for his championship match, after which McMahon booked a match pitting Michaels and Cena vs. Jericho and Orton for later in the show. JBL met with Michaels in the locker room, reminding him that he had a chance to take Cena out of action and cause him to forfeit the WWE World Heavyweight Championship to JBL. Michaels took it all silently as JBL boasted about heading into WrestleMania 25 a "conquering hero," then warned him to not let him down. * Orton met with Cody Rhodes and Sim Snuka about "Phase Two" of their initiation into Legacy - their upcoming tag team match with Cryme Tyme. Manu, who had lost his "Phase One" match last week - came in pleading for another chance, but Orton refused ... even after Manu pointed out that Orton lost in the "Fatal Four-Way" match last week. * Cena met up with Michaels, where Michaels said he was "nobody's puppet tonight." The exchange left Cena wondering which Michaels - the Clique HBK or the "reborn" HBK - he would be dealing with. Following the Rhodes-Snuka vs. Cryme Tyme match, Orton came up to both wrestlers and said that Snuka was out. Orton explained that Rhodes was the one who won the tag match, and refused to accept Snuka's reasoning that it was a tag team match. Santino Marella and Beth Phoenix met with McMahon backstage to talk about Rosa Mendes' recent ringside behavior. McMahon said that she had dealt with the situation by having Mendes thrown out of the arena. Jericho then walked up to McMahon, asked her whether JBL had influenced her decision, and then said he had taken his complaint to a higher level: Vince McMahon himself. Jericho said that McMahon would be returning for the Jan. 19 "Raw." "So whose show is it going to be?" sneered Jericho as he walked off. Kelly Kelly def. Jillian Hall. Pre-match: Hall sang "When the Saints Go Marching In" off-key. Post-match: Kane came into the ring, got into Kelly's face, and plugged his match next week against Orton. Kane - referring to a backstage segment from the Dec. 29 "Raw" - asked Kelly how she liked being rejected by Orton, then noted that he would go back to doing what he does best: taking people apart.
|47.||America's Next Top Model
(2003 TV Series)
Episode: Karolina Kurkova (2010)
Jay leads the girls to a tunnel in downtown Los Angeles where they walk in on a conveyor belt runway while wearing designs by Herve Leger. Andre drops by the house with a surprise guest, Karolina Kurkova, who speaks with the girls about healthy eating. This week's photo shoot features the girls posing with wrestlers from Lucha Va Voom, a form of Mexican Mask Wrestling with photographers Eddie and Moshe Brakha.
|48.||30 for 30
(2009 TV Series)
Episode: The Prince of Pennsylvania (2015)
Back in the 1980s, the road to the Olympics was long and hard for an amateur wrestler. But then along came John du Pont, an eccentric heir to the family fortune with a passion for wrestling. His 800-acre Foxcatcher Farm outside Philadelphia became the hub of the sport, with state-of-the-art training facilities, free accommodations, generous stipends and the support of America's best freestyle wrestlers, brothers Mark and Dave Schultz. It all seemed too good to be true - and tragically it was, with a savage ending. Featuring fresh testimonials and never-before-seen footage, "The Prince of Pennsylvania" is the story of a paradise lost to the madness of its creator, a man who had the means to buy anything except for the one thing he truly wanted.
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: Thanks to Alfred (1996)
Thanks to Claude Greengrass the famous wrestler The Masked Marvel is coming to Aidensfield and as usual he challenges all locals to a match with a prize to anyone who can unmask him. Alfred is afraid of the wrestler and bites him so that he cannot wrestle. Since nobody knows what he looks like without the mask, Greengrass and his manager Pat Starr makes The Masked Marvel train one of the locals, Ken Fairbrother, to fight instead of him. But Starr plans to make the switch a bit more permanent than that. Tim Phillips makes trouble because his mother Sylvia is leaving his father for the pub owner Mike Scott and PC Rowan is called to deal with domestic disputes in the family. The next morning Sylvia Phillips is found dead on the moors. Murdered!
|50.||Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown
Ex-boxer Zack (Alex Meraz), talented MMA fighter Tim (Todd Duffee), bullied record store clerk Justin (Scott Epstein), and wrestler Mike (Dean Geyer) come from various backgrounds, but they all share one thing in common: a passion for the "savage science" and quickly become loyal to their unorthodox trainer, Case (Michael Jai White), a brilliant ex-UFC Champion down on his own luck. Teaching them about much more than fighting, Case prepares the young men for a competition called the Beatdown, run by local college kid and fight impresario Max (Evan Peters). When their mentor gets set-up by some bad cops, the young men band together to root out a traitor in their midst.