Next year, former WWE and WCW Champion Bill Goldberg will be inducted into The National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame. Goldberg will be the first professional wrestler inducted into this particular Hall of Fame.
Thanks to Graham Cawthon for sending this in:
A near year is upon us and with it comes the return of one of the biggest names in wrestling. And, no, we’re not talking Hulk Hogan.
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He is the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be. For 13 years, Bret Hart rose through the ranks of the WWF and went from a tag team specialist to a main event singles star. Now, after a dozen years, Bret is on his way back.
In an exclusive contest by The History of WWE, you can hear candid comments from a 2005 Q&A with the Hitman. What does he think of Shawn Michaels’ involvement in the Montreal Screwjob? What are his thoughts of Triple H, Ric Flair, and Vince McMahon? This Q&A was taped in Charlotte, NC the same day as Summer Slam and many fans ask about what / if any involvement was planned for him to be part of the Hulk Hogan vs. Shawn Michaels match that day in Washington DC as well as his yet to be released WWE DVD.
Tired of not having enough money in your bank account? Worried that you won’t be able to afford many gifts this holiday season? Looking for something other than a bill to arrive in your mailbox?
We’re straight shooting this season at The History of WWE (http://www.thehistoryofwwe.com) and we want you to be part of it!
Each week, The History of WWE will be giving away a different DVD shoot interview. Keep them for yourself or pass them along to friends and family. Previous weeks have seen fans across the country take home shoot interviews of Demolition, the Hardy Boyz, Tatanka, Jim Neidhart, Scott Steiner, Kevin Nash, Goldust, Rey Mysterio Jr., and the New Age Outlaws.
To enter: Visit http://www.thehistoryofwwe.com and follow these simple directions: e-mail your name and mailing address and, in the subject line, put "Bret Hart." It’s as easy as that.
The winner will be announced next Monday during the website’s weekly podcast. And be sure to keep an eye on future contests. We’ve got more than 40 shoot interviews left to give away – could one go to you?
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About The History of WWE
The History of WWE.com (http://www.thehistoryofwwe.com) was created in February 2002 with the intent of documenting in detail all the in-ring action of the WWE dating back to its inception in 1963. Over the years, the website has grown to include WCW and ECW results, thousands of newspaper clippings and promotional advertisements, match listings for WWE home videos and DVD releases, a thriving message board, title histories, audio interviews, columns, and reviews. As of July 2009, the site has expanded to also feature Jim Crockett Promotions results dating back to 1983.
The website has attracted praise from wrestling journalists ("An amazing and excellent resource that I use almost daily to double check facts." – Mike Johnson, PWInsider.com), book authors ("Invaluable" – Michael Krugman, Andre the Giant: A Legendary Life), and wrestlers themselves ("We love your site." – Jimmy "Boogie Woogie Man" Valiant).
– Graham Cawthon
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