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Other WWE Information

Promotions that the WWE Formerly Known As

NWA Capitol Sports1950's - 1963
World Wide Wrestling Federation1963 - March 1979
World Wrestling FederationMarch 1979 - May 5, 2002
World Wrestling EntertainmentMay 5, 2002 - Present

  Presidents of the WWE

William Gilzenberg? - 1978
Hisashi Shinma1984 - 1995
Jack Tunney1984 - 1995
Gorilla Monsoon1995 - 1998
Linda McMahon1999 - 2000
Stuart Snyder2000 - 2002
Pete DiNicola (COO, Senior VP)2002-Present
August Liguori (CFO)??-Present

Promoters of the WWE

Vince McMahon1950's - 1983
Vince McMahon Jr.1983 - Present

WWE PPV Theme Songs

Pay-per-View Theme Song
SummerSlam 1998 "Highway to Hell" by AC/DC
Armageddon 2000 "Sweet Home Alabama" by Lynard Synard
Royal Rumble 2001 "Dominatrix" - Production Theme
No Way Out 2001 "Burning Tree" - Production Theme
WrestleMania 17 (2001) "My Way" by Limp Bizkit
Backlash 2001 "Frenzy" - Production Theme
Insurrextion 2001 "Burning Tree" - Production Theme
Judgment Day 2001 "Tenderloin" - Production Theme
King of the Ring 2001 "Rhesus Pieces" - Production Theme
Invasion 2001 "Fight Song" by Marilyn Manson
Invasion 2001 "Creature Discomfort" - Production Theme
SumerSlam 2001 "Bodies" by Drowning Pool
Unforgiven 2001 "Terror Town" - Production Theme
No Mercy 2001 "Click Click Boom" by Saliva
Survivor Series 2001 "Control" by Puddle Of Mudd
Vengeance 2001 "Sinner" by Drowning Pool
Royal Rumble 2002 "Cocky" by Kid Rock
No Way Out 2002 "Feel So Numb" by Rob Zombie
WrestleMania X8 (2002) "Tear Away" by Drowning Pool
WrestleMania X8 (2002) "Superstar" by Saliva
Backlash 2002 "Young Grow Old" by Creed
Judgment Day 2002 "Broken" by 12 Stones
King of The Ring 2002 "Ride Of Your Life" by Neurotica
Vengeance 2002 "Downfall" by Trust Company
Global Warning Melbourne Tour "Mental" - Production Theme
SummerSlam 2002 "Fight" - Production Theme
Unforgiven 2002 "Adrenaline" by Gavin Rossdale
No Mercy 2002 "No Mercy" (WWE Produced)
Rebellion 2002 Rebellion Theme (WWE Produced)
Survivor Series 2002 "Always" by Saliva
Armageddon 2002 "The End is Here" - Remix (WWE Produced)
Royal Rumble 2003 "Falling Apart" by Trust Company
No Way Out 2003 "Bring Me to Life" by Evanscence
WrestleMania 19 (2003) "Crack Addict" by Limp Bizkit
Backlash 2003 "Remedy" by Cold
Bad Blood 2003 "Headstrong" by Tapt
Vengeance 2003 "Price to Play" by Staind
SummerSlam 2003 "St. Anger" by Metallica
Unforgiven 2003 "Enemy" by Sevendust
No Mercy 2003 "Today Is the Day" by Dope
Survivor Series 2003 "Build a Bridge"  by Limp Bizkit
Armageddon 2003 "The End is Here" - Remix (WWE Produced)
Royal Rumble 2004 "Nothing Left to Lose" by Puddle of Mudd
No Way Out 2004 "Crossing Borders" by Rey Misterio Jr.
WrestleMania 20 (2004) "Step Up" by Drowning Pool
Backlash 2004 "Eyes Wide Shut" by Edge Water
Judgment Day 2004 "Tenderloin" - Production Theme
Bad Blood 2004 "Sold Me" by Seether
Great American Bash 2004 "?" - Production Theme
SummerSlam 2004 "Summertime Blues" by Rush
Unforgiven 2004 "Survival of the Sickest" by Saliva
No Mercy 2004 "No Mercy" by WWE Produced
Taboo Tuesday 2004 "Taboo Tuesday" by WWE Produced
Survivor Series 2004 "Ugly" by The Exies
New Year's Revolution 2005 "?" - Production Theme
Royal Rumble 2005 "Find the Real" by Alter Bridge
No Way Out 2005 "Enemy" by Fozzy
WrestleMania 21 (2005) "Big Time" by The Soundtrack of Our Lives
WrestleMania 21 (Recap) (2005) "Beyond Those Eyes" by 3 Doors Down
Backlash 2005 "Stronger" by Trust Company
ECW One Night Stand "Bodies" by Drowning Pool
Vengeance 2005 "Happy?" by Mudvayne
Great American Bash 2005 "?" by ?
SummerSlam 2005 "Remedy" by Seether
Unforgiven 2005 "Calling" by Taproot
No Mercy 2005 "Save Me" by Shine Down
Taboo Tuesday 2005 "Twisted Transistor" by Korn
Survivor Series 2005 "Lights Out" by P.O.D.
New Year's Revolution 2006 "Stricken" by Disturbed
WrestleMania 22 (2006) "Big Time" by Peter Gabriel

WWE Desire Themes

Wrestler Theme Song
The Rock "Alive" by POD
WWE History "Lonely Road Of Faith" by Kid Rock
Triple H "Beautiful Day" by U2
WWE Superstars "My Sacrifice" by Creed
WWE Superstars "Weathered" by Creed
Jeff Hardy "Not Enough" by Our Lady Peace
Chris Jericho "King of My World" by Saliva
Mick Foley "So Far Away" by Staind
Matt Hardy "Live for the Moment" by Monster Magnet
Kurt Angle "Clocks" by Coldplay
The Undertaker "Adrenealine" by Gavin Rossdale
Chris Benoit "One Thing" by Finger Eleven

Current Bookers for the WWE

Vince McMahon Final Say Overall Booking
Jim RossDay-To-Day Booking Decisions, Executive Vice President of Business Strategies
John LaurinaitisExecutive Vice President of Talent Relations
Bruce PritchardDay-To-Day Booking Decisions, Scout
Stephanie McMahonScript the interviews and storylines, Head Writer for SmackDown!
Brian GerwetzScript the interviews and storylines, Head Writer for RAW
Paul HeymanOhio Valley Wrestling Head Booker
Dennis BrentScript the interviews and storylines
Pat PattersonScript the interviews and storylines
Gerald BriscoScript the interviews and storylines
Shane McMahonScript the interviews and storylines

"Kings" of the WWE

Harley RacePoughkeepsie, New YorkAugust 5, 1986
HakuGlens Falls, New YorkJune 21, 1988
Jim Duggan Des Moines, IowaApril 25, 1989
Randy SavagePortland, MaineAugust 30, 1989

"Commissioners" and General Managers of the WWE

Name Served
Sgt. Slaughter 1996-1998
Shawn Michaels 1998-2000
Mick Foley 2000-2001
William Regal 2001-2001
Ric Flair (RAW Brand) 2002-2002
Vince McMahon (Smackdown Brand) 2002-2002
Eric Bischoff (RAW Brand, GM) 2002-December 2005
Stephanie McMahon (SmackDown! Brand, GM) 2002-October 2003
Steve Austin (RAW Brand, co-GM) 2003-Novemebr 2003
Paul Heyman (SmackDown! Brand, GM) October 2003-April 2004
Mick Foley (RAW Brand, co-GM) December 2003-April 2004
Kurt Angle (SmackDown! Brand, GM) April 2004 - July 2004
Theodore R. Long (SmackDown! Brand, GM) July 2004 - Present

WWE Queen's Cup History

Chris JerichoLondon, EnglandMay 5, 2001

WWE Kuwait Cup Tournament Winners

Ahmed JohnsonKuwait City, KuwaitMay 12, 1996
Tiger Ali SinghKuwait City, KuwaitApril 13, 1997

WWE Tough Enough Winners

Year Winner #1 Winner #2
2001 Nidia Guenard Maven Huffman
2002 Lynda Miles Jackie Gayda
2003 John Hennigan Matt Cappotelli

Contestant Date Eliminated
John Meyer October 26, 2004
Nick Mitchell November 11, 2004
Chris Nawrocki November 18, 2004
Dan Rodimer November 25, 2004
Ryan Reeves December 2, 2004
Justice Smith December 9, 2004
Mike Mizanin December 16, 2004
Daniel Puder Winner

WWE Babe of the Year

Year Winner
2001 Trish Stratus
2002 Trish Stratus
2003 Trish Stratus
2004 Stacy Keibler

2004 Search

Contestant Date Eliminated
Julia Costello July 26, 2004
Camille Anderson August 2, 2004
Chandra Costello August 9, 2004
Michelle McCool August 16, 2004
Tracie Wright August 23, 2004
Maria Kanellis August 30, 2004
Amy Weber September 6, 2004
Joy Giovanni September 13, 2004
Carmella DeCesare September 20, 2004
Christy Hemme Winner

2005 Search

Contestant Date Eliminated
Alexis ? July 11,  2005
Cameron ? July 18, 2005
Simona ? July 25, 2005
Summer ? August 1, 2005
Kristal ? August 8, 2005
Elisabeth ? August 15, 2005
Leyla ? August 15, 2005
Ashley ? Winner

SmackDown!'s  "Kurt Angle's Great American Award"

Date Results
April 1, 2004 The Big Show defeated Rikishi
April 1, 2004 Charlie Haas vs. Rob Van Dam resulted in a double countout
April 1, 2004 Booker T. defeated Hardcore Holly
April 1, 2004 John Cena defeated Nunzio and Johnny Stamboli in a handicap match
April 8, 2004 Angle presents the award to John Bradshaw Layfield, his newest nominee

Kurt Angle's Gold Medal Invitational on SmackDown!/RAW

Date Results
November 18, 2004 Invitational announced. Kurt Angle defeated Dean Visk.
November 25, 2004 Kurt Angle defeated Cody Steele.
December 2, 2004 Kurt Angle defeated Sebastian McAuley
December 30, 2004 Kurt Angle defeated Matt Stryker
January 6, 2005 Kurt Angle defeated Brian Black
January 13, 2005 Kurt Angle defeated Roderick Strong
February 3, 2005 Kurt Angle defeated Nunzio
February 17, 2005 Kurt Angle defeated Danny Gimondo
February 24, 2005 Kurt Angle defeated Matt (Stryker) Martel
March 3, 2005 Kurt Angle and Scotty Charisma fought to a No Contest
March 10, 2005 Kurt Angle defeated Mike Haywood
April 7, 2005 Kurt Angle defeated Jose Macias
May 5, 2005 Kurt Angle defeated Mike Reed
May 26, 2005 Kurt Angle defeated Robert ?
July 11, 2005 Kurt Angle defeated Matt (Stryker) Martel
July 18, 2005 Kurt Angle defeated Matt (Stryker) Martel
July 25, 2005 Eugene Dinsmore defeated Kurt Angle

Eugene Dinsmore's Gold Medal Invitational on RAW!

Date Results
August 1, 2005 Eugene Dinsmore defeated Tatanka by Disqualification
August 8, 2005 Eugene Dinsmore defeated Kurt Angle by Disqualification
August 15, 2005 Eugene Dinsmore defeated Rene Dupree by Disqualification

WWE Mascots and Props List

Wrestler Mascot and Props
George Steele Mine (Doll)
Jake Roberts Damien (1986-1991, Python), Lucifer (1991, Python), Cobra (1991), and Revelation (1996, Python)
The British Bulldogs Matilda (Bulldog, 1987-1988)
Davey Boy Smith Winston (Bulldog, 1991)
Koko B. Ware Frankie (Macaw Bird)
The Legion of Doom Rocco (Dummy)
Al Snow Head (Mannequin Head), Pepper (Chihuahua), and Pierre
Perry Saturn Moppy (Mop)
Mick Foley (Cactus Jack) "Barbie" (barbed wire bat)
Mick Foley (Mankind) Mr. Socko (Sock)
La Resistance Fifi (French Poodle)
Renee Dupree Fifi (French Poodle)
Adrian Adonis "Goodnight Irene" Briefcase
Jimmy Hart Megaphone
The Mountie The Taser
The Big Boss Man Nightstick and Handcuffs
Paul Bearer The Urn
Rick Martel "Arrogance" Perfume
Ted DiBiase Million Dollar Belt, $100 Dollar Bills
Golga Cartman Doll
Steve Austin Beer Cans, Smoking Skull Title Belt
Kurt Angle Gold Medals
Razor Ramon Gold Chains
Jim Duggan 2x4 Lumber Board
Owen Hart Slammy Awards, Sunglasses
Jim Cornette Tennis Racket
Slick Cane
Mister Fuji Cane
Classy Freddy Blassie Cane
The Coach Whistle
Curt Hennig Towel
Ronnie Garvin Towel
Papa Shango Smoking Skulls
The Viking/Berzerker Sword, Shield, and Helmet
Jeff Jarrett Guitar
Honky Tonk Man Guitar
John Cena Padlock and Chain
Carlito Caribbean Cool Apple
Brutus Beefcake Scissors, Hedge Clippers
Outlaw Ron Bass Bullwhip
Lex Luger Mirror
Mark Jindrak Mirror
Shawn Michaels Mirror
Yokozuna Ceremonial Salt Bucket
The Godwinns Slop Bucket
The Dragon (Ricky Steamboat) Torch
Johnny Polo Golf clubs, pool sticks, any sporting equipment
Duke Droese Garbage can
The Undertaker Motorcycle
Tommy Dreamer Kendo stick
Crash Holly Scale, Baseball Cap
Irwin R. Schyster Briefcase
The Junkyard Dog Dog Collar
The Dudley Boys Tables
The APA Playing cards, cigars, beer cans
The Undertaker-Paul Bearer Casket
William Regal "Power of the Punch" Brass Knuckles
nWo Spray paint
Hulk Hogan Feather Boa, Sunglasses, Weightlifting Belt
Jim Ross Black Resistol hat
Jerry Lawler Crown
Jesse Ventura Feather Boa, Sunglasses, Doo Rag
Val Venis Towel
Bret Hart Sunglasses, Leather Jacket, Canadian Flag
Muhammed Hassan Guthara
MNM (Nitro and Mercury) Fur Coat, Gold Chains, Sunglasses
The Legion of Doom Spike Shoulder Pads
Candice Michelle Magic Wand
The Boogeyman Alarm Clock, Worms, Smoking Staff
Torrie Wilson Puppy Dog (Chloe)
The Undertaker Hat, Leather Trench coat
Spirit Squad Megaphone

Interesting Notes

Member of the NWA from 1948 - 1963 and from 1971 - 1983
WWE had relationships with New Japan (1975-1985), Mexico's UWA (1979-185), Smoky Mountain Wrestling (1994-1995), and United States Wrestling Association (1993-1996), and Memphis Championship Wrestling (2000-2001)
The WWE became a nationally active wrestling promotion in the mid-1980's
The WWE has many developement deals with NWA-Ohio Valley, NWA-IWA in Puerto Rico, UPW in California, and HWA in Cincinatti, Ohio.

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