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Frankie Kazarian - Professional Wrestling Career - Return To TNA - Kaz (2007–2008)
... Dustin Rhodes, and stealing things from Rhodes' alter ego "Black Reign" ... He defeated Black Reign at Final Resolution ... After defeating Black Reign, Kaz and Black Reign competed in a Four Corner Mouse Trap match were Kaz won but Black Reign ended up getting his things back ...
Black Reign
... Black Reign is the third studio album by American rapper Queen Latifah, released on November 16, 1993 (see 1993 in music) in the United States ... Compared to her two previous efforts, Black Reign was relatively her most successful album up to this point for Latifah, peaking at number sixty on the Billboard 200 ...
Rough...
... is the final single from Queen Latifah's 1993 album Black Reign ... vinyl single is a double single, including another Black Reign Single, "I can't understand" In 1995, Rapper Nine sampled KRS-One's vocals from this song on his single Ova Confident "Rough ...
Raven (wrestler) - Professional Wrestling Career - Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2003–2008) - Serotonin and Departure (2006–2008)
... Abyss later had Black Reign added to the match and made it a Monsters Ball ... Recently, Raven formed a brief alliance with Havok, Black Reign, Judas Mesias, and James Mitchell with the purpose of defeating Abyss ... At Bound for glory, Raven would go on to lose the match after Abyss gave him a black hole slam on to tacks and glass ...
Dustin Rhodes - Professional Wrestling Career - Return To TNA (2007–2008)
... On August 12 at Hard Justice, Rhodes debuted his new ring name, Black Reign, and a "new, darker and bizarre look" ... At Hard Justice, Harris defeated Black Reign via DQ when Reign attacked several referees ... further, saying that Rhodes constantly switches between Rhodes and Reign ...

Famous quotes containing the words reign and/or black:

    No one would have doubted his ability to reign had he never been emperor.
    Tacitus (c. 55–c. 120)

    I’m afraid to look in the mirror. I’m afraid I’m going to see an old lady with white hair, just like the old ladies in the park. A little bundle in a black shawl just waiting for the coffin.
    Paddy Chayefsky (1923–1981)