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Randy Savage
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Randy Savage
  Real Name   Randall Mario Poffo
  Ring Name One   The Spider Friend
  Ring Name Two   The Big Geno
  Ring Name Three   Randy Savage
  Ring Name Four   "Macho Man" Randy Savage
  Ring Name Five   "Macho King" Randy Savage
  Born   November 15, 1952
  Billed Height   6 foot 2 inches
  Billed Weight   237 pounds
  Billed From   Downers Grove, Illinois
  Billed From   Sarasota, Florida
  Hometown   Columbus, Ohio
  Trained By   Angelo Poffo
  Debut   1973
  Retired   December 5, 2004
  Finishing Maneuver   Elbow drop off the top rope
  Signature Maneuver   Diving double axe handle
  Signature Maneuver   Lariat takedown
  Entrance Theme   "Pomp and Circumstance"
  Official Website   MachoMan.com
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»This unmistakable second-generation competitor began his full=time sports entertainment career in 1979 after years as a
»Major League Baseball catching prospect. Randy "Macho Man" Savage debuted in the World Wrestling Federation in 1985
»with "Classy" Freddie Blassie, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan, "Mouth of the South" Jimmy Hart, and Mr. Fuji vying to be his
»manager. He shocked the world when he signed with the unknown Miss Elizabeth. Savage came to the ring to the song
»Pomp and Circumstance, dressed in extravagant sequined robes, headbands, and wrap-around sunglasses. The "Macho
»Man" served notice to all that he was an elite talent when he reached the finals of the company's first pay-per-view, The
»Wrestling Classic. On the February 8, 1986, he used a foreign object to defeat Tito Santana for the Intercontinental title
»Championship. The "Macho Man" did everything imaginable to keep his championship, even if meant putting Elizabeth
»in front of him. Savage's next opponent was more interested in his gorgeous manager than defeating him in the ring.
»George "The Animal" Steele entered into a string of violent matches that resulted in Savage leaving WrestleMania 2
»victorious. In November 1986, "Macho Madness" took a dangerous turn when he crushed the larynx of Ricky Steamboat
»with the timekeeper's bell and put him out of commission for months. Upon Steamboat's return, a championship rematch
»was signed for WrestleMania III. Despite the fact that Savage lost, this contest is regarded as one of the greatest matches
»in sports entertainment history. Months after this epic battle, Savage was the victim of an attack by the Honky Tonk Man
»and the Hart Foundation. When this included an assault on Miss Elizabeth, one of the most thrilling moments in WWE
»history followed as "Macho Madness" and Hulkamania joined forces. As Randy moved through the WWF Championship
»tournament at WrestleMania IV, the Hulkster came to ringside for the tournament to watch Savage's back. With a capacity
»crowd on its feet, "Macho Man" dropped his famous elbow on "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase and became the Champion.
»Sadly, miscommunication and misunderstandings led to Savage attacking Hulk Hogan in the locker room after their match
»against the Twin Towers on The Main Event. This resulted in the Mega Powers exploding at WrestleMania V. In one of the
»more hotly anticipated matches in WrestleMania history, Hogan defeated Savage for the title. Savage began the new
»decade with a new valet, Sensational Sherri. The two became royalty when he beat "King" Jim Duggan and became the
»"Macho King." After a series of matches against Dusty Rhodes, Savage turned his attention to Ultimate Warrior. The two
»met in a Retirement Match at WrestleMania VII, which Savage lost. Sherri attacked her fallen client, but was chased off by a
»returning Miss Elizabeth. The two reunited in a wash of emotion and a "Match Made in Heaven" was set for SummerSlam
»1991. A heartfelt ceremony turned frightful when Jake Roberts presented them a wrapped gift that contained a deadly king
»cobra which bit Savage. After being reinstated by Jack Tunney, Savage defeated Roberts on Saturday Night's Main Event.
»Savage was once again tested as Ric Flair made scandalous remarks about a one-time relationship with Miss Elizabeth. At
»WrestleMania VII, "Macho Man" not only cleared the name of his wife, but defeated Flair to become WWF Champion for the
»second time. Randy then made the move to the broadcast booth for WWF programs, including the first episode of Monday
»Night Raw and WrestleMania IX. At WrestleMania X, he defeated former pupil Crush in a "Falls Count Anywhere" Match. In
»1994, he traveled to World Championship Wrestling where he became a four-time WCW Champion before leaving the
»company in 1999. Randy later invaded the mainstream when he made his Hollywood debut as "Bonesaw McGraw" in the
»2002 blockbuster Spiderman. In 2003, he released his rap album Be a Man. "Macho Man" Randy Savage is revered as one
»of the greatest figures in all of sports entertainment and a true legend in the ring. He combined unparalleled charisma,
»determination, and skill to dominate opponents. In the process, he paved the way for the next generation of Superstars.
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