Barbed Wire Steel

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Professional Wrestling Match Types - Hardcore-based Variations - Barbed Wire Steel Cage Match
... A barbed wire steel cage match is one of any number of matches that uses strands of barbed wire in some capacity ... Simply using barbed wire in an otherwise regular steel cage match does not make the match a barbed wire steel cage match the barbed wire must be part of the match ...
Battle Of Lang Vei - Battle
... moving along Lang Troai road, attempting to breach the barbed-wires just in front of Company 104 ... Holt, but the barbed wire in front of Company 104 was quickly overcome by the combined North Vietnamese tank-infantry attack ... At the opposite end of the camp, three North Vietnamese PT-76 tanks rolled through the barbed-wire barrier in front of Company 102 and 103 ...
Org (Power Rangers) - Orgs - Orgs
... Barbed Wire Org (voiced by David Lodge) - As a result of an Org Spirit acquiring some barbed wire on a fence, Barbed Wire Org attacked Turtle Cove ...
Mick Foley - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Federation / Entertainment (1996–2008) - Sporadic Appearances and Departure (2003–2008)
... as his Cactus Jack persona to retain the title with a botched RKO onto a barbed wire wrapped baseball bat, which Foley now regards as possibly the best match ... After the match, Flair was split wide open by Foley with a barbed wire bat ... Flair won when he forced Foley to quit by threatening Melina with a barbed wire bat ...
James O'Barr - Bibliography
... (as Barbed Wire Halo Studios) Caliber Press 1989-01 Comic Book Caliber Presents # 2 Cover, "Skinner (Gideon's)" 8 pp ... w/ Gary Reed (as Kyle Garrett)) Caliber Press 1989-03 Comic Book Caliber Presents # 3 Cover (as Barbed Wire Halo Studios), "Io, Part 2 Fleshette" 8 pp ... (as Barbed Wire Halo Studios) Caliber Press 1989-05 Comic Book Caliber Presents # 5 Cover, "Old World" 6 pp ...

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    the poet like an acrobat
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