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2/10/10 6:58 PM
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laqueus
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Since Martin Burns, whom I gather is considered to be legit, had a correspondence wrestling course, which I would naturally assume he endorsed, is someone who learns straight from that course (now freely available) and no other source, a legit catch wrestler?
2/13/10 12:31 PM
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Yes.
2/13/10 6:59 PM
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Didn't Earl Caddock, a legit amateur star and later world pro champion, say that his only formal wrestling instruction came from that course?
2/13/10 10:37 PM
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That's certainly interesting. So basically, everyone is a legit catch guy, 'cause at the very least they learned from Burns' course?

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