Terry Ray Birge
, 52, of Elizabethtown died at 7:25 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 24, 2016, at IU Health Methodist in Indianapolis. Survivors include his wife, Lorie Birge of Elizabethtown; daughter, Raeann (Shaun) Castor of North Vernon; sisters, Naomi MacKenn
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53 years ago today, Rikidōzan dies from complications from a stab wound he suffered in a Tokyo nightclub. He was just 38. Born Mitsuhiro Momota November 14, 1924 in South Hamyong, Korea, he was an adopted son of a farmer family. Training to be a sumo wrestler under the Nishonoseki stable, he debuted in May 1940 as Mitsuhiro Momota (named for his adopted family, a family that would later disown him) of Omura, Nagasaki due to discrimination against Koreans in Japan. He was renamed Rikidōzan. He reached the sekiwake rank of sumo wrestlers, the third highest rank in sumo, behind yokozuna and ozeki. He turned to professional wrestling in 1951, going to a ten minute draw with Bobby Bruns. With Japan decimated following World War II, the Japanese saw Rikidōzan as a hero as he went on a winning streak against American opponents (this was partly helped by said opposition agreeing to portray themselves as villains in his bouts). conversely, in the States, Rikidōzan was always the foreign heel. Rikidōzan newfound success got him into real estate, as he began purchasing nightclubs, hotels, and condos. He even got into promoting, establishing Japan's first pro wrestling promotion, the Japan Pro Wrestling Alliance in 1953. His biggest feuds would be against his trainer Masahiko Kimura, Lou Thez, Freddie Blassie, and The Destroyer. Two of his biggest bouts are among the most watched programs in Japanese television history: a one-hour draw against Lou Thesz for the NWA world title in October 1957, and a best of three falls match against The Destroyer in May 1963. Rikidōzan... Rikidōzan would go on to train wrestlers himself, including future legends Antonio Inoki, Ooki Kintaro, and Giant Baba. On December 8, 1963, Rikidōzan was stabbed with a urine-soaked blade by Katsuji Muruta, a member of the Sumiyoshi-ikka Yakuza. a conflicting report had Rikidōzan not seeking help at all, instead continuing to party as before). Muruta claimed the stabbing was in retaliation for Rikidōzan attacking Masahiko Kimura after Kimura inadvertently kicked him in the groin. Rikidōzan would die a week later from peritonitis, an inflammation of the tissue covering the abdominal organs. Muruta was eventually convicted of manslaughter in connection with the stabbing, and would serve seven years in prison. Muruta claimed that on every December 15, he would call Momota’s family and apologize for his actions before visiting Rikidōzan’s grave. Muruta would die of natural causes in April 2013 of natural causes. Members of Momota's family would follow in his father's footsteps: one of his sons, Mitsuo won the All Japan World Junior Heavyweight Championship in 1989, and though he still freelances to this day, never reached the heights of his father. Rikidozan’s other son, Yoshihiro Momota, wrestled from 1975 to 1987. He died of liver failure in 2000 at age 54. Mitsuo's son, Chikara, made his debut on the weekend of the fiftieth anniversary of Rikidozan's death in 2013. Rikidōzan, considered... The match is often cited among the greatest in Japanese professional wrestling history, and would cement the World Tag League tournament as one of the biggest events of the year in Japan. 29 years ago today, the WWF presented the second Slammy Awards from Caesars Atlantic City in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The show is best remembered—or only remembered for that matter--by Vince McMahon's awfully awesome (or awesomely awful) performance of "Stand Back".
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