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AA Future Stars of Wrestling Twitter

Future Stars of Wrestling Twitter

Future Stars of Wrestling is a start-up that is disrupting the wrestling industry by turning professional wrestling into a reality show. They plan to use their social media platform to introduce the WWE style kind of entertainment to the mainstream crowd. Read their interview with HOB.

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I want to thank my family and fans for helping me push myself. I’d also love to thank ME for always believing in myself. I had one goal today and that was to win at all cost. Don’t tap mentality. I didn’t have to. Love my life and myself. pic.twitter.com/W13819VFIQ.

We are a hard working and talented nation,we compete hard, we believe in coexistence, we love sport and we do attan to celebrate our victory. Well done 👏 #AfgU19 #U19CWC2022 pic.twitter.com/A1caVNZEm3 (Source: thebridge.in)

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On March 19, 2017, Kesar, as Kevin Kross, made his AAA debut at Rey de Reyes, helping Johnny Mundo to win the AAA Mega Championship, AAA Latin American Championship and AAA World Cruiserweight Championship. He made his in-ring debut on April 12, teaming with Johnny Mundo and Taya to defeat Argenis, Ayako Hamada and El Hijo del Fantasma in a No Disqualification six-man tag team match.

I want to thank my family and fans for helping me push myself. I’d also love to thank ME for always believing in myself. I had one goal today and that was to win at all cost. Don’t tap mentality. I didn’t have to. Love my life and myself. pic.twitter.com/W13819VFIQ (Source: comicbook.com)

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Pakistan Under-19 captain Qasim Akram, whose T20 strike rate is 152.04, even though he averages only 14.90 in 21 T20s. He was in Islamabad's wishlist, and though they tried to get him on board, Karachi Kings used the right-to-match option to retain the allrounder. Qasim will be available only for the league this season, because of his engagements with the Under-19 team at the ongoing World Cup.

The 'attan' also faced a ban during this period but has slowly been making a comeback over the last two decades. Similar to the 'garba' dance, the 'attan' used to be traditionally performed in Afghan villages when the king sent happy news through his messengers. (Source: thebridge.in)

 

 

 

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