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When the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced the 10 new members from the player’s senior pool, that meant that 10 former legends were left off. While there was a sizable groan in the Rocky Mountains when former Bronco, Randy Gradishar was left off, the most “visible” one was in Texas, as former Cowboys Wide Receiver, Drew Pearson, was also left off. We use the word “visual” because KTVT from Plano, Texas was on hand to record his reaction. When he wasn’t chosen, Pearson could not contain his disappointment: “They broke my heart. They broke my heart; and they did it like this! They strung it out like this.” Pearson is referring to the broadcast on the NFL Network, which began at 7 AM EST. While most people did not expect that they would go right into the announcement of who was chosen, nobody thought that the inductees would be announced in a reality show format, that dragged across nearly two hours. The NFL Network did not state at the beginning that the announcements would be spread out over such a long duration of time. The agony for those not chosen, and the families thereof, had to be excruciating. Pearson’s frustration continued: “Can’t do nothing about it. Can’t catch no more damn passes. Can’t run no more routes. It’s there. What upsets me more is when they say you don’t deserve it. They talk negative about you. There’s nothing negative about my career in the NFL. Nothing!” If we were to hazard a guess as to when the mood of the room changed, it had to be when fellow Wide Receiver, Harold Carmichael was announced to the Hall. He wasn’t just announced on the NFL Network, he was there on hand to discuss the selection. If he was there, he was obviously told ahead of time, and Pearson and all of the others in that room had to feel that their chances just plummeted. While Pearson may have taken a chance having his reaction filmed live, there was no reason that he would have thought the broadcast would announce the new inductees in that staggered pattern. None of us did. This had let to minimal speculation that Hall of Fame President, David Baker, has been milking camera time and exposure for the Hall. That train of thought began when he appeared on both the CBS and FOX playoff broadcasts to tell Bill Cowher and Jimmy Johnson respectively that they were now Hall of Famers; leading to some feeling that…
It was announced today that WWE Hall of Famer, Rocky Johnson, passed away today at the age of 75. Born Wayde Bowles in Amherst, Nova Scotia, Johnson was a natural athlete who had initially trained to be a boxer. While he once sparred with Muhammad Ali and George Foreman, his true calling was professional wrestling, which he began in 1964. Taking on the name of (which he would also legally change his name to) of Rocky Johnson, he would wrestled across North America, breaking out in 1970, when he won the NWA Americas Heavyweight Championship in Los Angeles. Throughout the 1970s, he performed for various NWA promotions. In 1971, he wrestled in San Francisco, where he was their United States Champion and later four-time Tag Team Champion, three of those reigns held alongside Pat Patterson. “The Soulman” would also win other major singles titles in the United States, among which were the NWA Georgia Heavyweight (1974), NWA Florida Heavyweight (1975), NWA Texas Heavyweight (1976), and NWA Mid-America Southern Heavyweight (1976). In the early 80s, a run in Mid-Atlantic would precede the WWF, where he teamed with Tony Atlas to defeat the Wild Samoans for the Tag Team Championship. He would be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2008, and prior to that his last major appearance for the company was appearing from the crowd to help his son (Rocky Maivia) at Wrestlemania 13. In his personal life, he married Ata Maivia, the daughter of “High Chief” Peter Maivia, and the oldest member of the famed Samoan wrestling clan. They had a son, Dwayne Johnson, who followed in his father’s footsteps in wrestling, becoming “The Rock”. We here at Notinhalloffame.com would like to extend our condolences to the fans, friends and family of Rocky Johnson at this time.
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We here at Notinhalloffame.com are trying to think if there has ever been a busier Hall of Fame related day. On the same day that the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced their Class of 2020, the Pro Football Hall of Fame (coincidentally, also based in Ohio), unveiled their Blue Ribbon Centennial Class. This is the first time that the Canton based institution has ever had a panel dedicated to producing this many Hall of Famers, who were not part of the Modern Era pool. There were 20 Finalists named to Centennial Slate of former players. The 10 that got in were: Harold Carmichael: Carmichael was a superstar with the Philadelphia Eagles, where he would lead the NFL in Receiving Yards in 1973, and was a four-time Pro Bowler. The Wide Receiver would be named to the 1970s All-Decade Team. Jimbo Covert: The Chicago Bears Offensive Lineman (1983-91) won a Super Bowl with the Bears in 1985, and he was also the NFLPA Offensive Lineman of the Year. Covert would also be selected for the 1980s All-Decade Team. Bobby Dillon: Dillon was a four-time Pro Bowl Selection and is still the all-time leader in Interceptions for the Green Bay Packers, the only team that he ever played for. He passed away last August. Cliff Harris: Playing his entire career at Safety for Dallas, Harris was a Super Bowl Champion, and six-time Pro Bowl Selection. He was also chosen for the 1970’s All-Decade Team. Winston Hill: Hill was a four-time AFL All-Star and four-time Pro Bowl with the New York Jets, and was an integral part of New York’s Super Bowl III Championship. Alex Karras: The legendary Defensive Tackle played his entire career with the Detroit Lions, and he was a four-time Pro Bowl and 1960’s All-Decade Team member. Duke Slater: A pioneer in every way, Duke Slater was the first African-American Lineman, joining the league in 1922. He was a First Team All-Pro four times. Donnie Shell: The Steel Curtain gains more representation with the induction of Shell. A member of all four of their Super Bowl wins in the 1970s, Shell was a five-time Pro Bowl recipient at Safety. Mac Speedie: Speedie was with the Cleveland Browns for seven seasons, where the End helped take the team to all four AAFC Championships. He would later go to two Pro Bowls, and overall he was a four-time leader in Receptions. Ed Sprinkle: The career Chicago Bear (1944-55), “the meanest man in football” is now in the Hall of…
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Mustang Bullitt vs Toyota GR Supra. The top-of-the-line version of the American muscle car met with the Japanese sport car on the track for a unique challenge in the acceleration process. The battle was organized by “Car Magazine SA” and the aim of the magazine members was to find out which is the fastest 1/4 […] The post Mustang Bullitt vs Toyota GR Supra appeared first on AUTO Photo News.