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As one of the most successful pro wrestlers ever, Hulk Hogan staged thousands of last-minute comebacks to overcome his opponents in the ring. Now as rumors swirl of Hogan returning to the WWE, the wrestling hall of famer hopes to complete his biggest comeback yet. Hogan will appear May 19 as part of Nickel City Con. The three-day pop-culture convention will be held May 18 …

Small Business Administration administrator Linda McMahon, who gained fame as a pro wrestling executive, is scheduled to speak in Buffalo next week. McMahon will give the opening remarks at "Straight Talk" on Jan. 20 at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center. The annual event, hosted by the SBA's Buffalo district office and SCORE's Buffalo Niagara chapter, is geared towa…

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Following in the footsteps of a legend is never easy, but professional wrestler Cody Rhodes is definitely marking his own path. The son of Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes, Cody spent years watching WWE recruiting and developing independent and international talent. Cody went the other way, leaving the company last year to forge his own path in American promotions like Ring of H…

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Entertainment website UpRoxx took advantage of concurrent sporting events slated for Jan. 24 -- WWE's Royal Rumble and the NFL's conference championship games -- by combining the two in an amusing series of logos. What burly wrestling phenom were the Bills attached to? Was it Roman Reigns, John Cena or Blue Meanie? Buffalo was matched with Tatanka, whose name means "bu…

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The road to Wrestlemania 32 will go straight through Buffalo. "WWE Live Road to Wrestlemania" visits the First Niagara Center on March 19. WWE World Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns, Chris Jericho, Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose and Sheamus are among the superstars set to appear in Buffalo. Also look for New Day, Kevin Owens, The USOS and The Divas with more to b…

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Bust the competition. Win. Be the best. That’s standard success-guide fare you would expect from a decorated athlete or prized performer. But you won’t hear it from Mick Foley. Not in general, and not when he comes to Buffalo on Sunday to perform his one-man “Hardcore Legend” show in Helium Comedy Club. Despite his status as a wrestling legend turned best-selling author…