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In Memory Of Mae Young
The WWE Hall of Fame is full of tough, strong competitors who forever changed the face of sports-entertainment, but perhaps none more so than Mae Young. She opened many doors and, literally, many states as well as Canada to female wrestling. This legend became the first NWA U.S. Women’s Champion in 1968. And apart from being tough as nails, she competed across eight decades! Young passed away Tuesday night at age 90. She was an inspiration and true pioneer of sports-entertainment, and will be greatly missed. Thank you Mae!

wwe:

In Memory Of Mae Young

The WWE Hall of Fame is full of tough, strong competitors who forever changed the face of sports-entertainment, but perhaps none more so than Mae Young. She opened many doors and, literally, many states as well as Canada to female wrestling. This legend became the first NWA U.S. Women’s Champion in 1968. And apart from being tough as nails, she competed across eight decades! Young passed away Tuesday night at age 90. She was an inspiration and true pioneer of sports-entertainment, and will be greatly missed. Thank you Mae!

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The Brotherhood of The Shield
"No team is a match for us, and we prove it on Raw, pay-per-views and Live Events. We came in as long shots, but we’ve dominated since day one. It’s tough to do that for a year, but that’s what we did."—Seth Rollins, January 2014 WWE Magazine
The “Hounds of May” continues every Monday in May.

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The Brotherhood of The Shield

"No team is a match for us, and we prove it on Raw, pay-per-views and Live Events. We came in as long shots, but we’ve dominated since day one. It’s tough to do that for a year, but that’s what we did."—Seth Rollins, January 2014 WWE Magazine

The “Hounds of May” continues every Monday in May.