The Canada 150, Part 10: Tarzan Tyler to Sami Zayn

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The tenth and final part in our 10-part series looking at 150 Canadian names in pro wrestling, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. Part 10 of the Canada 150, an alphabetical listing of Canadians’ impact on pro wrestling from the 1900’s to today. TARZAN TYLER Montreal’s Tarzan Tyler began wrestling in the 1950’s in Quebec, […] READ MORE


The Canada 150, Part 9: KC Spinelli to The Tolos Brothers

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The ninth part in our 10-part series looking at 150 Canadian names in pro wrestling, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. Part 9 of the Canada 150, an alphabetical listing of Canadians’ impact on pro wrestling from the 1920’s to today. KC SPINELLI Guelph, Ontario’s KC Spinelli always knew she wanted to be a pro […] READ MORE


The Canada 150, Part 8: Rosemary to Space Monkey

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The eighth part in our 10-part series looking at 150 Canadian names in pro wrestling, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. Part 8 of the Canada 150, an alphabetical listing of Canadians’ impact on pro wrestling from the 1920’s to today. ROSEMARY Winnipeg’s Rosemary began her trek into pro wrestling when she moved to Windsor, […] READ MORE


The Canada 150, Part 7: Carl Ouellet to Bobby Roode

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The seventh part in our 10-part series looking at 150 Canadian names in pro wrestling, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. Part 7 of the Canada 150, an alphabetical listing of Canadians’ impact on pro wrestling from the 1920’s to today. CARL OUELLET Montreal’s Carl Ouellet was trained by Gino Brito in 1987 and working […] READ MORE


The Canada 150, Part 6: Rick Martel to Kyle O’Reilly

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The sixth part in our 10-part series looking at 150 Canadian names in pro wrestling, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. Part 6 of the Canada 150, an alphabetical listing of Canadians’ impact on pro wrestling from the 1920’s to today. RICK MARTEL Quebec City’s Rick Martel is best remembered as the flamboyant pretty boy […] READ MORE


The Canada 150, Part 5: Ivan Koloff to Santino Marella

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The fifth part in our 10-part series looking at 150 Canadian names in pro wrestling, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. Part 5 of the Canada 150, an alphabetical listing of Canadians’ impact on pro wrestling from the 1920’s to today. IVAN KOLOFF One of the most influential Russian/Communist heel gimmicks of all time, was […] READ MORE


The Canada 150, Part 2: Bulldog Bob to Johnny Devine

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Part 2 in our series looking at 150 Canadian names in pro wrestling, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. Part 2 of the Canada 150, an alphabetical listing of Canadians’ impact on pro wrestling from the 1920’s to today. “BULLDOG” BOB BROWN Former Manitoba police officer “Bulldog” Bob Brown turned to professional wrestling in the […] READ MORE


The Canada 150, Part 1: Abdullah to Brito

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Today marks Canada Day and it’s a big one for the Great White North – the Canada 150. We celebrate 150 years as a nation (not as a continent of people obviously). And within that 150 years, Canada has been a major player in the world of professional wrestling. Like the country itself, it may […] READ MORE


The Canada 150, Prologue: The Promotions

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On July 1st, the nation of Canada celebrates it’s 150th birthday (obviously Canada’s original nation of indigenous peoples were around for over 14,000 years prior to the colonization, but we needed a much smaller number for this series). In honour of Canada’s historic birthday, we’re running an 11-part series called The Canada 150, looking at […] READ MORE