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Jake The Snake Roberts was most famously known for bringing a python named Damien to the ring. Roberts’ gimmick would have likely had groups like PETA flipping out nowadays, but back in the 80s & 90s it was pretty cool.
Perhaps one of the most iconic wrestlers in the history of sports entertainment, the Macho Man Randy Savage always knew how to cut one hell of a promo. Macho held numerous accolades in the WWE, including the most coveted WWE
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