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Mae Young’s Los Angeles Wrestling School

Johnnie Mae Young, better known as simply Mae Young, is considered one of the pioneers of women’s wrestling in the United States. Born in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, she began her wrestling career in the late 1930s or early 1940s (the…


SoCal Throwbacks Vol. 2: Classic SoCal Wrestling Matches

In the return edition of SoCal Throwbacks, we have matches featuring Bryan Danielson (Daniel Bryan), Frankie Kazarian, Colt Cabana, John Cena as The Prototype, Cincinnati Red Red taking on Little Guido, Super Dragon vs. Joey Ryan, The Messiah in a…



Biggest match in SoCal history?

It was May 21, 1952. American and Australian bombers had bombed Pyongyang, North Korea from dawn to dusk in one of the biggest bombing missions to that point in the Korean War. The 8th Army was preparing for possible germ…


”Classy” Freddie Blassie passes away

RIP February 8th, 1918 – June 2nd, 2003 It was announced at WWE Raw in San Diego tonight that SoCal Hall of Famer “Classy” Freddy Blassie passed away earlier today. SoCal UNCENSORED would like to send our condolences to the…