What is the Georgia Wrestling History? Georgia Wrestling History is a website for fans of wresting, offering not only forums, but interviews, radio programs, and links to both a Facebook fan page and a Twitter page. The GWH began as just a website that focused on the past of wrestling; started in 2002, it began documenting the big names of wrestling such as Andre the Giant, Hulk Hogan, Vince McMahon, Roddy Piper, Jerry "The King" Lawler, and Bob Orton.
The site has now evolved to include the wrestling stars of today, many of whom follow in the steps of previous family members who are or have been honored by the World Wrestling Hall of Fame. These include Randy Orton (son of Bob Orton), Ted DiBiase, Jr (son of "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase), The Rock (who is the son of Rocky Johnson, grandson of High Chief Maivia, and is one of a few wrestlers that comes from a wrestling family), and of course WWE chairman, Vince McMahon Jr. (son of Vince McMahon, Sr).
The website holds a lot of information in regards to nearly the entire wrestling roster over the many years, plus events, a radio network, and news. In the news are many of the updates and results from the matches of the previous wrestling show, from WWE's RAW, Smackdown, TNA, and all of the main wrestling events, such as King of the Ring, Summer Slam, and of course, Wrestlemania.
For true wrestling fans, the Georgia Wrestling History website will give you all the information you're looking for; the events section will give you a listing of any wrestling event happening for the week or month, while the radio networks will allow you to listen to interviews and even past matches. The crux of the site of course is the information of wrestling's history, from the beginning to now.
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