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  1. Pro wrestler known as Crush
  2. Actor: The Sopranos, Ryan's Hope, Damages, Boardwalk Empire, *batteries not included, What About Bob?, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Henry Ford, Cold Mountain, Law & Order, Other People's Money
  3. wrestler, WCW/WWE
  4. Pittsburgh Steelers Wide Receiver in late 70's early 80's
  5. wrestler
  6. Former college/NFL running back/Full back; played for University of Florida, Chicago Bears, Washington Redskins & Miami Dolphins; 2X Pro Bowler; led league in rushing in 1956
  7. MLB 2nd & 3rd baseman from 1930-45 for 5 teams. Nicknamed 'Cooch' or 'Chick'. 3 All-Star games. Brother of Al & uncle of Sam Mele. Second for bat title in 1945 (.308) Best season in 1931 - 93 RBI's, .315 BA. On 9/23/1931 went 6 for 6 in 9 inning game
  8. Muhammad Ali's Trainer
  9. Florida Congressman 1963-97
  10. Old Time Wrestler
  11. Pro Wrestler (aka 'Mr. Perfect'), 2007 WWE HOF inductee
  12. Right-handed hitting catcher who debuted in one game for the Indians, one more game for them in 1974, then appeared in one game for the Expos in 1975, six more for them in 1976, and the three games for the White Sox in 1978
  13. Baseball / Member of the St.Louis Cardinals Organization since 1940 / Coach and Scout
  14. voice actor, Ali: An American Hero (2000)
  15. WWF Wrestler
  16. TV Commercial/Infomercial Spokesperson (OxiClean, Orange Glo, Kaboom, many other products). Co-Host - Pitchmen
  17. Retired General
  18. Diminutive outfielder who debuted for the Washington Senators in 1955
  19. former college/NFL linebacker; played for University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Steelers & Washington Redskins; 3X Pro Bowler
  20. U. S. General - Desert Storm Fame born 1934
  21. Former Tampa Bay Buc and Oklahoma Sooner, Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1995
  22. Owner of the New York Yankees
  23. singer (original jay of jay & the americans)
  24. MLBl pitcher who, threw two - consecutive no - hitters in 1938. First one against the Boston Bees and the second one against the Brookyn Dodgers