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Superstars and Divas join E!'s 'The Soup'

The Bella Twins, Titus O'Neil, Dolph Ziggler, Michael Cole, JBL and WWE Hall of Famer Jerry "The King" Lawler" join E!'s "The Soup."

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Fire on the mountain: The oral history of Smoky Mountain Wrestling

In the early 1990s, Smoky Mountain Wrestling lit the South on fire. What made it so special and why did it close? We spoke with many to find out, including Chris Jericho, WWE Hall of Famer "Bullet" Bob Armstrong and the organization's mastermind, Jim Cornette.

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Jerry Lawler Museum opens at Resorts Casino

"The King" now has a museum to call his own thanks to the opening of the Jerry Lawler Museum. Get the details here.

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WWE and 2K Sports reveal ‘30 Years of WrestleMania’ roster of ‘WWE 2K14’

LOS ANGELES — Are you ready to conquer nearly three decades’ worth of competition on The Grandest Stage of Them All?That’s the question that the WWE Universe asked themselves as WWE and 2K Sports revealed the “30 Years of WrestleMania” roster for “WWE 2K14” during SummerSlam...

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Jerry Lawler comments on the death of wrestling legend Jackie Fargo

Jerry "The King" Lawler discusses the profound influence of his mentor, "The Fabulous One" Jackie Fargo, who passed away Monday at the age of 82.

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Extreme milestones: a history of hardcore

Relive the long and glorious history of extreme sports-entertainment in this timeline chronicling the ring's most groundbreaking extreme milestones.

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WrestleMania 29 press conference brings WWE to Radio City Music Hall

WrestleMania 29 will descend upon MetLife Stadium this Sunday, but WWE gave New York City a taste of things to come on Thursday with a special WrestleMania press conference at Radio City Music Hall.

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Jerry "The King" Lawler opens a wrestling museum in Memphis, Tenn.

Jerry Lawler's kingdom has grown yet again, as the WWE Hall of Famer opened his personal wrestling museum in his hometown of Memphis, Tenn.

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The true stories of wrestling's most unique nicknames

WWE Hall of Famer Howard Finkel reached out to former Superstars to get the true stories on how they got the monikers that made them famous.

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The “Macho Man” invades Memphis: Randy Savage, Jerry Lawler and the battle for Tennessee

Jerry "The King" Lawler tells the wild story of his early '80s rivalry with Randy Savage and all the broken bones, trespassing and public humiliation that went with it.

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