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Wrestling Gold Vol. 2: The Maim Event (2001)

The series continues as James E. Cornette and Dave Meltzer take us from the 1960s in Indianapolis, Indiana to the 1980s in Memphis, Tennessee and San Antonio, Texas, with Randy "Macho Man" ... See full summary »

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The series continues as James E. Cornette and Dave Meltzer take us from the 1960s in Indianapolis, Indiana to the 1980s in Memphis, Tennessee and San Antonio, Texas, with Randy "Macho Man" Savage, the Rock 'N' Roll Express, Nick Bockwinkel, Bruno Sammartino, Dick the Bruiser, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan and more. Written by JasonIK75

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