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  • Dwayne Johnson Biography

    Dwayne “ The Rock” Johnson Dwayne “ The Rock” Johnson is a famous action movie star and a professional wwe wrestler. After he performs on live tv shows and he acts on movies like Fast and Furious, Hercules, and Tooth Fairy. One way the Rock also known as Dwayne Johnson influences me, is that he shows others to keep your head up and there is always a point where someone wanted to give up but he always says don’t give up. I respect the “Rock” because he left the wwe in wrestlemania 29 after he wrestled John Cena for the world heavyweight championship. Also why I respect him because there is some movies he didn’t want to act because he “ torn adductor and torn abdominal muscle and it kept him out of wwe and acting Dilbert Ryan.” Some people…

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  • Daniel Bryan's Influence On Wwe

    When Daniel Bryan first made his debut in the WWE back in February 2010 on WWE NXT (then a reality/wrestling hybrid show), he was unlike most main event level Superstars. He wasn't the big, bulky type like Big Show, Kane, or the Great Khali. He didn't have the good looks that guys like John Cena, Randy Orton or Roman Reigns had. But he was not just extremely talented, but he was very over with the WWE Universe and the Universe loved him. During the first season of WWE NXT (the season which gave…

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  • Professional Wrestling Popular Culture

    “glorification of character” (Sontag 285). It is not a secret that professional wrestling is like a theatrical play, but the secrets do not diminish its spectacle, melodrama, and theatrical aspects. If people know professional wrestling is not really a sport, then what is professional wrestling and why is it so interesting to its fans? These words were spoken by director and producer, Barry Blaustein, in his documentary. Professional wrestling has not stopped from creeping closer to the…

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  • Billie Jean King Accomplishments

    tournaments and worked as a tennis instructor in order to help herself financially (“Filmmaker Essay: On Billie Jean King”). In 1965, Billie Jean married Larry King, who was a law student at the time (“Billie Jean King Biography”). Billie Jean decided that she needed to step up her practice schedule and began a complete training plan that would work on strengthening her fundamentals, which would lead to her winning many titles (“Billie Jean King Biography”). This training plan and hard work…

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  • What's The Difference Between Venus And Serena Williams

    From the swing of the racket to the way they move across the court, Venus and Serena Williams are both brilliant tennis players. Both sisters are equally successful in their lives outside of tennis, but their careers in the game are very different from each other. Venus Williams was born on June seventeenth, 1980 making her the older sister in the dynamic tennis duo. Her younger sister, Serena, was born on September twenty-sixth, 1981. Both girls were enrolled at Rick Macci’s Tennis Academy…

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  • Stone Cold Research Paper

    quote by former WWE wrestler Hulk Hogan illustrates the change of the wrestling industry. A man who was the accelerant to that change was “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. Born in Austin Texas, Steve grew up in a low income family. He later on went under the tutelage of a superb athlete named Chris Adams to become a wrestler. Austin went to WCW where he won a few titles. He then jump ship to WWE where he cemented his legacy as one of the greatest wrestler of all time. “Stone Cold”…

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  • Professional Wrestling Essay

    the ring, outside the ring, and is key to the impact that wrestling has on humanity and popular culture. As in the same vain as soap operas, melodrama can start an abundance within professional wrestling’s plots, wrestler types, and physical action, which are exaggerated. Melodrama is used to appeal to and arouse an anticipated expressive response from the observers. Once the wrestler steps through the curtains, he or she converts into a flamboyant character of hero or villain. Professional…

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  • Billie Jean King's 'Battle Of The Sexes'

    On September 20th, 1973 Women’s tennis champion Billie Jean King took on Men’s tennis champion Bobby Riggs in Houston, Texas in a winner take all $100,000 tennis match. The match was nationally televised and was named the “Battle of the Sexes”. King would defeat Riggs 6-4, 6-3, 6-3, and become the first women to defeat a man in any sport. After the match, it is reported that Riggs “was devastated and isolated himself in his hotel room for four hours.” The match had an estimated 90 million…

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  • Lack Of Diversity In Tennis Essay

    American Tennis Association. In 1950, Gibson played her first professional tennis match in Queens, New York. In her first round, she defeated Barbara Knapp, a white female player but lost to Louise Brough, another white female player in her second match. Throughout both rounds, racial slurs spewed from racist spectators, who for the first time saw an African-American person playing the game in a non-recreational setting (“Racism and Black Tennis”). Despite the slurs and insults, Althea Gibson…

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  • Serena Jameka Williams: Best Woman Athlete

    She lost in the first round of qualifying to Anne Miller, winning just two games.Williams did not play a tournament in 1996.She finished 1997 ranked world No. 99. Williams' first tournament of the 2013 season was in Brisbane, where she won the title without dropping a set.At the 2013 US Open, Williams began as the top seed and defending champion. She reached the final—a rematch of the 2012 final against Azarenka—and won in three sets, capturing her 17th Grand Slam singles title. Williams became…

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