Aug 072012

This is the ninth in the series of blog posts dedicated to London 2012 Olympic Games events. Today it is the turn of weird and wonderful weightlifting, wrestling and boxing titles. All these sports are taking place today at the ExCel venue in London. Good luck to all the British competitors!

  • Vigour. Incorporating The World of Weights and The London and District Weight-Lifting League Bulletin. Official organ of The British Amateur Weight-Lifters’ Association. Vol. 1. no. 1-Vol. 11. no. 12. 1946-Dec. 1955.
  • Muscle Culture. Body-building, weightlifting, gymnastics. no. 1. 1951-no. 6. 1952.
  • New series. (Incorporating Mr. Universe.) no. 2-13.
  • The World of Weights. The official gazette of the B.A.W.L.A., etc. vol. 1. no. 1-vol. 2. no. 7.
  • 2006-2011 World Outlook for Belts, Benches, Weights & Other Free Weight Lifting Equipment
  • The Boxing & Wrestling Mirror.
  • High school wrestling rules.
  • Capt. Lou Albano’s wrestling classics.
  • International journal of wrestling science
  • The journal of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame & Museum.
  • Krozor the world wrestling federation in cosmic conflict.
  • Merlin’s WWF superstars.
  • Music, music and dancing, cinematograph, stage plays, boxing and wrestling licenses and Sunday cinematograph licences and permissions and Sunday musical entertainment licences granted by the Council.
  • Toxxxic wrestling.
  • Vito Brancato’s midwest wrestling bulletin.
  • World Wrestling Federation battlemania.
  • Wrestling all stars, heroes & villains.
  • Wrestling Mat Review.
  • Wrestling fury.
  • Wrestling eye.
  • Boxing bonanza.
  • Boxing superstars and superfights.
  • Boxing World and Mirror of Life.
  • Boxing Yarns.
  • Brit power.
  • Fighting fit.
  • Hugman’s international boxing annual.
  • “Sport Pictures” Boxing Handbook. A record of boxing from the earliest times.
For more sporting serials and other weird and wonderful titles take a look in SUNCAT. Watch out for the next instalment of the SUNCAT Olympics blog posts.
 August 7, 2012  Posted by at 8:57 am Weird titles Tagged with:  Add comments

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