The Spectator

 Professional wrestling premiered in the United States in the late 1860s after the Civil War, according to Pro Wrestling Stories.com. Wrestlers often competed at carnivals, where audience members could place bets on the wrestlers.

Vigor in the Valley

Story by Clara Neupert, Currents Editor
October 22, 2018
Senior marketing major Jennifer See is in the peak of her training camp for her mixed martial arts fight Oct. 3 at the Eau Claire Indoor Sports Center. She is also a WWE prospect and will be attending Monday Night Raw later in October to learn more about her future with the company. (SUBMITTED)

A fighter’s two roads

Story by Ellis Williams, Managing Editor
September 10, 2015
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