National Wrestling Hall of Fame

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6 pack of 8 1/2″ x 11″ Prints

6 pack of 8 1/2″ x 11″ Prints

The pack includes:

  • Randy Couture (George Tragos Award 2014)
       Randy Couture was a three-time All-American for Oklahoma State, placing second at the NCAA tournament in 1991 and 1992. He was also a member of four U.S. Greco-Roman World Championships teams. Couture remains one of the most popular competitors in Mixed Martial Arts history, ending his career with a 19-11 record.
  • Rick Steiner (GT/LT ProHOF 2014)
        Rick Steiner (Robert Rechsteiner) wrestled at the University of Michigan during the 1980s. Robert was a letter winner for the Wolverines in 1981, ’83 and ’84. Robert placed fourth at the junior college national tournament in 1986. The Steiners began competing as a tag team in 1989. They are one of two teams to win the WWF World Tag Team Championship, the WCW World Tag Team Championship and the IWGP Tag Team Championship in professional wrestling history.
  • Scott Steiner (GT/LT ProHOF 2014)
        Scott Steiner (Scott Rechsteiner) wrestled at the University of Michigan during the 1980s. Scott was a letter winner for the Wolverines in 1982, ’83, ’85 and ’86. Scott was an All-American for the Wolverines in 1986. The Steiners began competing as a tag team in 1989. They are one of two teams to win the WWF World Tag Team Championship, the WCW World Tag Team Championship and the IWGP Tag Team Championship in professional wrestling history.
  • Larry Hennig (GT/LT ProHOF 2006 & Lou Thesz Award 2014)
    Born and raised in Minnesota, Larry Hennig was a high school athletic star who won the wrestling state championship his senior year. He earned an athletic scholarship to the University of Minnesota, but after a year the financial pressures of family life caused him to drop out and go to work.
       Larry and his wife started a real estate company, and he later parlayed his strong amateur background into a tremendous success as a professional wrestler. Working mostly with the AWA, he became one of the top draws in the 1960s and ’70s.
       First known as Pretty Boy Hennig, he later took on a new personna and became Larry “The Axe” Hennig. He teamed with Harley Race (Class of 2005) to become world tag team champions on several occasions and was a singles star, as well. He and his son, Curt Hennig, won the NWA tag-team title in 1982.
       Today, Larry owns a successful real estate company in St. Cloud, Minnesota and he stays active in the promotion of professional wrestling.

    Larry Hennig makes history by becoming the first person to be inducted into the George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame, and to receive the Lou Thesz Award. Larry’s son, Curt, is also a member of the Hall of Fame.
  • Wilbur Snyder (GT/LT ProHOF 2014)
       Wilbur Snyder wrestled from the early 1950s through the early 1980s. Known as a scientific wrestler in the ring, Snyder won multiple titles during his distinguished career.
  • Larry Matysik (Jim Melby Award 2014)
       Larry has written five books published by ECW Press: “Wrestling at the Chase”, “Brody”, “Drawing Heat the Hard Way”, “From the Golden Era: the St. Louis Wrestling Record Book”, and “The 50 Greatest Professional Wrestlers of All Time”. He is planning on writing his sixth book in the coming years.
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