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By Mark Vancil

He first burst onto the scene within the nineties, coated in gold face paint and displaying a one-of-a- type flamboyant sort that bewildered his foes and overjoyed his enthusiasts. contained in the ring, Goldust is as tricky as they arrive, identified for utilizing outrageous brain video games and taking down his competitors with remarkable ruthlessness. It’s no shock, then, that wrestling is in his blood; Goldust is the son of Dusty Rhodes, “The American Dream.” what's it wish to be the son of a wrestling icon and persist with him into a similar career? during this no-holds-barred account, Dustin Rhodes speaks frankly and overtly approximately his trip. He talks approximately being a tender boy who desperately neglected his dad. a tender guy who in basic terms desired to persist with in his father’s footsteps and threw apart a soccer scholarship to eke out a meager lifestyles in local wrestling. A eco-friendly wrestler suffering to end up to his friends that his paintings, no longer his identify, had gotten him to the place he used to be. Rhodes describes how, in the course of a painful five-year estrangement along with his father, he ultimately made a reputation for himself as Goldust after which allow all of it pass, tumbling right into a descent of self-medication that led him clear of a red-hot occupation as a WWE big name and approximately expense him his existence. whilst he ultimately hit backside, Rhodes knew the place to appear for support from the kinfolk he consistently had: his father and international Wrestling leisure. whilst he bought fresh and sober and used to be provided the opportunity to combat for WWE, he snapped up the supply. the standard lifestyles of lifestyles at the street, operating with and looking at the hot Superstars— like his brother Cody Rhodes—has reminded Rhodes of why he loves being a wrestler. move Rhodes is an intimate portrait of 1 man’s highway to redemption and a special glimpse into the most well-known households in WWE.

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22 Magoun points to another instance of ‘footballing misadventure’ in 1321 that led to a grant of dispensation being declared in favour of a Canon William de Spalding by Pope John XXII consequent to the Canon’s role in an accidental collision during a game of football. The collision resulted in the death of a lay friend of the Canon. 23 Football as a team or group sport attracted the concern of the authorities and was regularly denounced and prohibited by statute. 29 That statute, which proscribed certain ball and dice games, was also evidence of alarm at the fact that these activities were often based on gambling.

10 For a brief introduction to and interpretation of the gladiatorial games, see M. Grant, Gladiators: The Bloody Truth, London: Penguin, 2000. 11 A. Futrell, Blood in the Arena: The Spectacle of Roman Power, Austin: University of Texas Press, 1997, pp 212–13. See also T. Wiedemann, Emperors and Gladiators, London: Routledge, 1992, pp 169–80. 12 Sugden, op. , p 10. 13 See generally D. Bomgardner, The Story of the Roman Amphitheatre, London: Routledge, 2000. 14 Pearson, op. , p 167. 15 Scanlan and Cleveland, op.

The victory was noteworthy, as Turner had been considered one of the leading fighters in England. Over the next year, Corcoran met and defeated three other leading contenders, namely, Tom Dalton, Joe Davis and Bob ‘The Bricklayer’ Smiler. As his professional profile developed, Corcoran invested in a pub, ‘The Black Horse Inn’ at St Giles in London’s East End and subsequently had to move to a larger premises, ‘The Blakeny Arms’ at St Martin’s Lane. Corcoran’s growing reputation eventually earned him the right to challenge the then champion, Bill Darts.

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