The tradition of tying in boxing and wrestling has been a long one. Muhammad Ali was a huge part of that stemming from his match against Antonio Inoki, confrontations with Gorilla Monsoon and other assorted appearances while he was the Heavyweight Boxing Champion of the World. After he retired, Ali was the special referee at the original Wrestlemania, and even in his weakened state has still been a friend to the business as evidenced by his appearance at Collision in Korea and Halloween Havoc 1994. Ali lived up to his moniker as the greatest and for a man who has earned so much respect in the sports world he has shown it back to the wrestling. It is difficult to put any other celebrity above him.
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69. Adam Graves
A part of the Edmonton Oilers “Kid Line” (With Joe Murphy and Martin Gelinas), Graves was part of the successful tonic that gave the Oilers their last Stanley Cup in 1990.It was however, when Graves signed with the Rangers that he was removed from the checking line and was able to show what kind of sniper he could be.Graves was…Add new comment