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Year published: 2011
Chapters: Ambrose Key, Caroline Virginia Krout, Charles B. Landis, Ed Summers, Eleanor Lambert, Elijah V. Brookshire, Erwin Baker, Frederick Landis, George Byron Currey, Henry Lane Wilson, Howdy Wilcox, James Reed Hallowell, Janet Lambert, John B. Allen, Joseph P. Allen, Kenyon Nicholson, Lew Wallace, Mahlon Dickerson Manson, Samuel J. Record, Stephen A. Love, Susan Wallace, Warrior (wrestler), Wilbur de Paris, William E. Humphrey, William Howard Thompson, William Larrabee (Indiana), William R. Ellis, Will Shortz.
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...Warrior (born James Brian Hellwig on June 16, 1959) is a retired American professional wrestler who has notably wrestled under the ring names The Ultimate Warrior and Warrior or Dingo Warrior before that. He is best known for his appearances in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) from 1987 to 1991 and again in 1992 and 1996, and in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in 1998. He won the WWF World Championship when he pinned Hulk Hogan in the main event of WrestleMania VI. Hellwig legally changed his name to Warrior in 1993. Warrior retired from professional wrestling in 1999 and embarked on a public speaking career. On June 25, 2008, he returned to wrestle Orlando Jordan in Barcelona, Spain defeating him in a match booked by the Italian Nu-Wrestling Evolution promotion. Warrior was described by World Wrestling Entertainment as having been "the ultimate archetype of strength and intensity", and "one of the most intense and physically impressive competitors to ever appear in the WWE". Warrior was born as James Brian Hellwig. He was the eldest of five children and was raised by his mother (along with, later, his stepfather) after his father left his family when young James was 12. He spent a year at Indiana State University. It was also during this time he began to compete in amateur bodybuilding. Prior to his career in professional wrestling Hellwig was an amateur bodybuilder, competing in a number of NPC contests and winning the 1984 NPC Mr. Georgia crown. Hellwig started training with weights when he was 11 years old and has described himself as "the small, insecure kid who wasn't into any sports". He moved to California where, after seeing bodybuilder Robby Robinson, decided to take up the sport. His first contest took place in Florida where he placed 5th. Later, while he was attending Life University in Marietta, Georgia, he won the Junior Atlanta contest and placed 5th at the 1981 AAU Collegiate Mr. America. In 1983, he won the AAU Coastal USA, before taking the ...
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