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Sad News

By Brian Garside,
May 26, 2002

The British Bulldog On Sunday morning I woke up late, and went about my usual routine. I stumbled downstairs, kicked my PC on and turned on the kettle for my morning cup of coffee. I always check my e-mail first to find out what my plans for the day will be. The third e-mail down was from my buddy “Big Daddy” Donnie Abreu, and it was titled “Sad News”.

It was 11 words. “Hey Brian, Did you hear about Davey Boy Smith? Really sad.”

My immediate reaction was, “Oh no, not again.” Davey had been in a serious motorcycle accident almost a year and a half ago which had almost killed him. He had been admitted to rehab a couple of times. He had fought a staph infection in his spine that almost killed him two years ago…but he was Davey, he always came back.”

I popped over to The Wrestling Observer, and there it was. “Davey Boy Smith passes away”.
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Go for the Grand Slam

By John Futrell
November 1992

The British Bulldog Weighing in at an awesome 1,357 pounds World Wrestling Federation Superstars are the biggest thing in pop since Barry White, and these heavyweights aim to be the biggest thing in Christmas Stockings too.

Professional adversaries British Bulldog, Ultimate Warrior, Macho Man Randy Savage, the Undertaeker, and Bret "Hitman" Hart have taken time away from the wresstlin gring and teamed up with pop producer Pete Waterman, one of the music mogul's reponsible for hits by Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan, to record Slam Jam.
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Career Highlights

The British BulldogOver 80,000 fans packed England's Wembly Stadium to witness the Bulldog take on his brother-in-law Bret "Hitman" Hart at Summerslam '92. Millions more watched the Pay-Per-View broadcast.

When the British Bulldog lost the Intercontinental Title to Shawn Michaels, the match was witnessed by a national audience on Saturday Night's Main Event. Many fans refer to this match as the greatest ever seen on national television
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