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By KEVIN ECK | September 22, 2008
Kevin Nash, who had been telling anyone who would listen that he was planning on signing with WWE after his TNA contract expired next month, reportedly has re-signed with TNA. I can't really say that I'm surprised that Nash apparently is staying with TNA. Say what you want about him, but there is no denying that Nash is a master when it comes to the business side of wrestling. (For more, go to baltimoresun.com/ringposts)
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By Aaron Oster | February 19, 2014
On Tuesday night, Nelson Frazier Jr., better known as Mabel and Viscera, died after a reported heart attack at the age of 42. Frazier first truly entered the public eye in 1993 when he joined WWF as Mabel, of the tag team Men on a Mission. They held the tag titles in 1994, for just two days. After a heel turn, he won the 1995 King of the Ring tournament, and as most winners do, he rebranded himself as King Mabel, with his partner becoming Sir Mo. He then continued in the WWF through 1996, when he left for two years.
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Baltimore Sun staff | July 16, 2013
Former WWE and WCW star Kevin Nash will be in Bowie on July 31 to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Baysox's game against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats at 7:05 p.m. Nash, who will sign autographs and pose for pictures after the game, starting his pro wrestling career in 1990, gaining mainstream fame as Diesel for the World Wrestling Federation in the mid-1990s. He later jumped to WCW, where he was a founding member of the New World Order. More recently, Nash appeared in the film “Magic Mike,” playing a male stripper named Tarzan.
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Baltimore Sun staff | July 16, 2013
Former WWE and WCW star Kevin Nash will be in Bowie on July 31 to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Baysox's game against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats at 7:05 p.m. Nash, who will sign autographs and pose for pictures after the game, starting his pro wrestling career in 1990, gaining mainstream fame as Diesel for the World Wrestling Federation in the mid-1990s. He later jumped to WCW, where he was a founding member of the New World Order. More recently, Nash appeared in the film “Magic Mike,” playing a male stripper named Tarzan.
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By KEVIN ECK | December 27, 2008
Mick Foley's return to the ring - at the Genesis pay-per-view Jan. 11 - was announced on Thursday night's episode of TNA Impact. It wasn't exactly a secret, but it's big news for TNA nonetheless. Foley will team with A.J. Styles and Brother Ray against Booker T., Kevin Nash and Scott Steiner. It will be interesting to see whether Foley's TNA wrestling debut increases the buy rate for the show. I'm also curious how much Foley will be able to do in the ring at this point. ( For more, go to baltimoresun.
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By KEVIN ECK | November 2, 2008
When the Main Event Mafia formed last week, the question was when, not if, Scott Steiner would join Kurt Angle, Sting, Booker T. and Kevin Nash in the faction. We didn't have to wait long to find out, as "Big Poppa Pump" returned to TNA on Impact and became the fifth member of the star-studded veteran group. He had been out for four months because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament. I have always found Steiner entertaining, and being in the MEM is a much better role for him than playing mentor to "Little Petey Pump."
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By Aaron Oster | February 19, 2014
On Tuesday night, Nelson Frazier Jr., better known as Mabel and Viscera, died after a reported heart attack at the age of 42. Frazier first truly entered the public eye in 1993 when he joined WWF as Mabel, of the tag team Men on a Mission. They held the tag titles in 1994, for just two days. After a heel turn, he won the 1995 King of the Ring tournament, and as most winners do, he rebranded himself as King Mabel, with his partner becoming Sir Mo. He then continued in the WWF through 1996, when he left for two years.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | December 16, 2011
WWE returns to 1st Mariner Arena on Sunday night for WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs. The main bout of the pay-per-view event — which starts at 7:45 p.m. — is a Triple Threat Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match featuring CM Punk, The Miz and Alberto Del Rio. Triple H also returns to the ring in Baltimore for the first time in two years for a showdown with Kevin Nash. Another TLC highlight will be the Intercontinental Championship match starring Booker T, who is leaving the broadcast table to settle a grudge against belt-holder Cody Rhodes.
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By Aaron Oster | March 28, 2013
Kevin Nash is wrestling at the Big Time Wrestling show at the Maryland Theater in Hagerstown on Friday night. We were able to talk to him about what he's been doing since last being on WWE television, and as well as his memories of Wrestlemania over the years. Last time most people saw you, it was at the TLC pay-per-view in Baltimore in December of 2011.  What have you been doing since then? Kevin Nash: I've been keeping busy.  I've been making personal appearances as well as doing independent bookings.  I've been working on a movie project locally with some writers and a production group.  It has a good script, and a medium-budget of about $1-to-1.5 million.  There's also a reality show that I've been in talks with.  I also have a legends deal with WWE, so I go in from time-to-time for DVD commentaries, and I sometimes go to developmental (NXT)
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By Erin Cox, The Baltimore Sun | August 30, 2013
Two 23-year-old Anne Arundel County men were arrested Friday on burglary and arson charges after two businesses in Davidsonville were broken into and fires set inside, Anne Arundel County police said. Police called to JAS Trucking on Patuxent River Road at 6 a.m. Friday morning found a fire set inside the warehouse and a forklift driven into a F-250 pickup. The same forklift was driven into a wall of the building. Meanwhile, a smoldering fire and evidence of a break-in was discovered at the nearby Brandywine Sand and Gravel company, police said.
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By Aaron Oster | March 28, 2013
Kevin Nash is wrestling at the Big Time Wrestling show at the Maryland Theater in Hagerstown on Friday night. We were able to talk to him about what he's been doing since last being on WWE television, and as well as his memories of Wrestlemania over the years. Last time most people saw you, it was at the TLC pay-per-view in Baltimore in December of 2011.  What have you been doing since then? Kevin Nash: I've been keeping busy.  I've been making personal appearances as well as doing independent bookings.  I've been working on a movie project locally with some writers and a production group.  It has a good script, and a medium-budget of about $1-to-1.5 million.  There's also a reality show that I've been in talks with.  I also have a legends deal with WWE, so I go in from time-to-time for DVD commentaries, and I sometimes go to developmental (NXT)
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | December 16, 2011
WWE returns to 1st Mariner Arena on Sunday night for WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs. The main bout of the pay-per-view event — which starts at 7:45 p.m. — is a Triple Threat Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match featuring CM Punk, The Miz and Alberto Del Rio. Triple H also returns to the ring in Baltimore for the first time in two years for a showdown with Kevin Nash. Another TLC highlight will be the Intercontinental Championship match starring Booker T, who is leaving the broadcast table to settle a grudge against belt-holder Cody Rhodes.
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By KEVIN ECK | December 27, 2008
Mick Foley's return to the ring - at the Genesis pay-per-view Jan. 11 - was announced on Thursday night's episode of TNA Impact. It wasn't exactly a secret, but it's big news for TNA nonetheless. Foley will team with A.J. Styles and Brother Ray against Booker T., Kevin Nash and Scott Steiner. It will be interesting to see whether Foley's TNA wrestling debut increases the buy rate for the show. I'm also curious how much Foley will be able to do in the ring at this point. ( For more, go to baltimoresun.
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By KEVIN ECK | November 2, 2008
When the Main Event Mafia formed last week, the question was when, not if, Scott Steiner would join Kurt Angle, Sting, Booker T. and Kevin Nash in the faction. We didn't have to wait long to find out, as "Big Poppa Pump" returned to TNA on Impact and became the fifth member of the star-studded veteran group. He had been out for four months because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament. I have always found Steiner entertaining, and being in the MEM is a much better role for him than playing mentor to "Little Petey Pump."
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By KEVIN ECK | September 22, 2008
Kevin Nash, who had been telling anyone who would listen that he was planning on signing with WWE after his TNA contract expired next month, reportedly has re-signed with TNA. I can't really say that I'm surprised that Nash apparently is staying with TNA. Say what you want about him, but there is no denying that Nash is a master when it comes to the business side of wrestling. (For more, go to baltimoresun.com/ringposts)
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October 19, 2004
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 9, 2003
Freshman Omar Alfonso scored twice in the final 15 minutes to propel top-seeded Loyola past Marist, 4-2, yesterday in the semifinals of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Loyola, the two-time defending conference champion, will play third-seeded St. Peter's at noon today for the title. The Peacocks defeated No. 10 Rider, 2-0, in the other semifinal. The Greyhounds (11-6-3) let a two-goal lead slip away before Alfonso, the MAAC Rookie and Offensive Player of the Year, scored his 16th and 17th goals of the year.
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