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Paleontologist Discovers Remains of 4000-year-old Pro Wrestler

Paleontologist Discovers Remains of 4000-year-old Pro Wrestler

Citing cranio-skeletal bumps that could only have come from a DDT and the remnants of a Terry Funkian cauliflower ear, Paleontologist Mitch Layfield is convinced he's found the 4000-year-old remains of one of the first professional wrestling superstars. 

The remains were found in a recently-melted ice cap, and nearby was a handbill promoting Tussle in the Tundra 3029-B.C.

While it seemed far-fetched to some, Abdullah the Butcher, in a recent oral history, claimed to have wrestled the man over 400 times, and the last 100 times were after he'd been frozen in arctic tundra.  Mr. Butcher claims the matches against a vast sheet of ice drew an impressive pay-per-view buy-rate, but Pro Wrestling Inside editor Dave Melzer says those putative matches were actually just one time that Abdullah slipped on a sheet of ice in Lewiston, Massachusetts.

Who are your favourite wrestling superstars from the prehistoric era?

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JOKE - SCORE: 4

by Leon S Kennedy (58)
I prefer Randy "more savage than the rest of us who are living like relative savages" Savage


JOKE - SCORE: 2

by BookDirt (43)
Man, Andre the Mammoth ruled the European Upper Paleolithic.


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by El Foosballo (73)
I'll wrestle anyone - I don't care who it is! Mike the Mastodon? Neanderthal Neville? The Genius??


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by BookDirt (43)
Man, Andre the Mammoth ruled the European Upper Paleolithic.

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by Leon S Kennedy (58)
His wrestling trunks were an actual TRUNK!!! (boooo)


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by PaleoCat (49)
B.C. Punk was the best in the prehistoric world


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