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Karen Jarrett

Karen Jarrett is an American professional wrestling valet and personality. She was formerly the Senior Vice President of the Impact Knockouts Division. She is the former wife of professional wrestler and Olympic gold medalist Kurt Angle and the current wife of Impact and GFW founder and wrestler Jeff Jarrett.

Sports, Society and lifestyle

Francine (wrestling)

Francine Meeks, known by the mononym Francine, is an American semi-retired professional wrestling valet and occasional professional wrestler. She is best known for her appearances with Extreme Championship Wrestling from 1995 to 2001 and with World Wrestling Entertainment in 2005 and 2006. During her tenure with ECW, Francine managed several of the promotion's top wrestlers.

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Chris Chetti

Christopher Chetti is an American retired professional wrestler, best known for his appearances with Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) between 1996 and 2001.

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Bronko Lubich

Bronko Sandor Lupsity was a Hungarian-born Serbian Canadian professional wrestler, manager, referee and promoter. Known by his ring names Bronco or Bronko Lubich, he and Aldo Bogni were veteran "heels" under manager "Colonel" Homer O'Dell competing in regional territories for the National Wrestling Alliance in Canada, the Pacific Northwest, Midwest and Southeastern United States throughout the 1960s. He and Bogni were particularly active in the Charlotte-area where they feuded with "The Flying Scotts". They also had memorable feuds with George Becker and Johnny Weaver, Rip Hawk and Swede Hanson, Lars and Ole Anderson and Mr. Wrestling and Sam Steamboat.

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Billy Wiles

William "Billy" Wiles is an American professional wrestler, better known by the ring names Billy Wiles and Bilvis Wesley. He is best known for his appearances in Extreme Championship Wrestling in the late 1990s and early 2000s, where he was part of the New Dangerous Alliance, often teaming with C.W. Anderson.

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Bill Alfonso

William Matthew "Bill" Sierra is an American former professional wrestling referee and manager better known by his ring name Bill Alfonso. He achieved his greatest success in Extreme Championship Wrestling in the mid-to-late 1990s. He is well known for the whistle that was almost always hanging around his neck, which he blew constantly during his wrestlers' matches.

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Carl Ouellet

Carl Joseph Yvon Ouellet is a Canadian professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, Pierre Carl Ouellet. He has worked for, among other promotions, the World Wrestling Federation, World Championship Wrestling, Extreme Championship Wrestling, and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. Ouellet achieved his most notable success as one half of The Quebecers with Jacques Rougeau, with whom he is a three-time former WWF Tag Team Champion. He was also a former WCW Hardcore Champion, being awarded the belt by Lance Storm.

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Anthony Durante

Anthony Durante was an American professional wrestler best known under the ring name "Pitbull #2" as one half of the tag team The Pitbulls, with "Pitbull #1" Gary Wolfe. The team is best known for their time in Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), where the team once the promotion's World Tag Team Championship once. Apart from tag team competition, Durante also achieved success briefly as a singles competitor, challenging for the ECW World Heavyweight Championship on a few occasions while holding the ECW World Television Championship once.

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Bruce Prichard

Bruce Prichard is a professional wrestling personality perhaps best known as a manager and producer for World Wrestling Entertainment. As a manager for the promotion, Prichard performed under the ring name Brother Love and served as the original manager of The Undertaker. During Prichard's run as Brother Love, he hosted his own segment, The Brother Love Show where he would usually support the heel wrestlers. After leaving WWE, Prichard was the Senior Vice President of Programming and Talent Relations for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. Prichard and Conrad Thompson co-host the podcast Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard which began in 2016.

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Brian Lee (wrestler)

Brian Lee Harris is an American retired professional wrestler. He is best known for his appearances with Extreme Championship Wrestling and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling under the ring name Brian Lee and with the World Wrestling Federation as Chainz and an imposter version of The Undertaker.

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Bobby Heenan

Raymond Louis Heenan, better known as Bobby "The Brain" Heenan, was an American professional wrestling manager, color commentator, wrestler, and comedian, best known for his time with the American Wrestling Association (AWA), the World Wrestling Federation and World Championship Wrestling (WCW).

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Bill DeMott

William Charles DeMott II is an American retired professional wrestler and road agent. He is best known for his appearances with World Championship Wrestling (WCW) as Hugh Morrus and World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment (WWF/E) under his real name. DeMott also performed as Crash the Terminator in both Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) and Japan. He was most recently the head trainer for WWE's developmental system NXT until his resignation in 2015 following allegations of misconduct, which he denied.

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Mortimer Plumtree

David Webber is an actor and former professional wrestling manager, best known by his ring name Mortimer Plumtree. His biggest exposure came during the early days of NWA Total Nonstop Action Wrestling in 2002.

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Arnold Skaaland

Arnold Skaaland was an American professional wrestler and professional wrestling manager.

Entertainment, Sports

Kevin Kelly (announcer)

Kevin Foote is an American sportscaster, radio host, and professional wrestling color commentator, executive, manager, pundit, and former ring announcer, better known by his ring name Kevin Kelly. Foote has worked as an English-language commentator for New Japan Pro-Wrestling since 2015. He previously worked for WWE from 1996 to 2003 and Ring of Honor (ROH) from 2010 to 2017.