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McMahon began recording with his pop group Lucky Pierre in 1974, releasing a number of vinyl singles though 1981.
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Against his father's wishes, McMahon began an expansion process that fundamentally changed the industry.
Other promoters were furious when McMahon began syndicating WWF television shows to television stations across the United States, in areas outside of the WWF's traditional northeastern stronghold.
McMahon also began selling videotapes of WWF events outside the Northeast through his Coliseum Video distribution company.
McMahon managed to keep Bret Hart from reverting to WCW, and began a feud with Hart and Steve Austin.
This, in turn, led to the Austin vs. McMahon feud, which, along with D-Generation X who briefly hired Mike Tyson in the build up to WrestleMania XIV, officially began the Attitude Era.
He continued as the Cougars ' punter as the 1978 season began, but when Marc Wilson was injured in the third game of the season ( against Colorado State ), McMahon became the starting quarterback.
McMahon then began an on-screen relationship with wrestler Test, which led to a rivalry between him and her older brother Shane.
McMahon returned in January 2002 when Triple H made a comeback as a fan-favorite, but the good couple began having problems, as McMahon began acting like a nagging and clingy wife.
Meanwhile, Vince McMahon began to resent Stephanie's attempts to stop him from pursuing an affair with Sable.
McMahon began to find his studies at the University to be boring, so he began a successful modeling career.
In addition to a career as a fashion model, including a jeans commercial for Levi Strauss, McMahon began an acting career on Australian soap Home and Away, playing the soldier Ben Lucini ( 1989 – 1991 ).
Despite their feud in the USWA in 1993, by 1998, Vince McMahon had turned heel in the WWF for the first time and left the announce position, to which Lawler began praising McMahon's name on commentary as part of his own heel persona, much to the chagrin of Jim Ross.
On a number of occasions, Mølby began matches as a third central defender or deep-lying sweeper, before moving into midfield alongside Steve McMahon, often with devastating effect, as the match wore on.
Later in the night, a storyline between Hart and McMahon began with the two appearing to have their own reconciliation only to have McMahon subsequently kick Hart in the gut: in real life, Hart and McMahon have been on speaking terms since 2002, when McMahon called Hart during his recovery from a stroke.
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The halftime special has also included celebrities, national recording artists and former NFL players such as Jenny McCarthy, Dennis Rodman, Chingy, Eric Dickerson, Lawrence Taylor, Cindy Margolis, Traci Bingham, and Jim McMahon.
The day that recording for the album was completed, McMahon was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Shane McMahon defended the WWE European Championship | European ChampionshipAfter The Rock won his " I Quit " match against Mankind at the Royal Rumble by playing a recording of his voice, Triple H demanded an I Quit match of his own but, as he was about to put Rock through the announce table, The Corporation came to the ring and Kane held his manager / girlfriend Chyna hostage, demanding that he quit the match.
WWE Chairman Vince McMahon asked her to sing America the Beautiful at WrestleMania 2000 and WrestleMania 21, joining a renowned list of legendary recording artists that includes Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, Reba McEntire, Gladys Knight and Willie Nelson.
The 1988 line-up of Lucky Pierre included Trent Reznor ( then of the Exotic Birds, later of Nine Inch Nails ), and was managed by Exotic Birds / NIN manager John Malm, Jr .. Lucky Pierre disbanded again after the recording of Communiqué, but McMahon remained in contact with Reznor and Malm.
From his iconic early recording of the vision song " Aisling Gheal " whilst still a boy, through to his recordings with Tony McMahon and Noel Hill, Ó Lionáird established himself both as a masterful exponent of Sean nós and as a pioneer in its renewal and development.
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Henry McMahon had exchanged letters with Hussein bin Ali, Sharif of Mecca in 1915, in which he had promised Hussein control of Arab lands with the exception of " portions of Syria " lying to the west of " the districts of Damascus, Homs, Hama and Aleppo ".
Holt's disappearance at the end of 1967 forced the party to choose a " wild card " successor from the Senate after the leading contender, deputy Liberal leader William McMahon, was unexpectedly eliminated from the contest due to a dispute with their Coalition partners, the Country Party.
The area had a Protestant and Unionist majority and IRA actions were responded to with reprisals against the Catholic population, including killings ( such as the McMahon Murders ) and the burning of many homes – as on Belfast's Bloody Sunday.
In June 1980 China made its first move in twenty years to settle the border disputes with India, proposing that India cede the Aksai Chin area in Jammu and Kashmir to China in return for China's recognition of the McMahon Line ; India did not accept the offer, however, preferring a sector-by-sector approach to the problem.
Certain colours of lighting have been associated with specific wrestlers ; for instance, blue lighting for Undertaker, green lighting for Triple H, D-Generation X, and Shane McMahon, red and orange lighting for Kane, multicoloured lighting for John Morrison, gold lighting for Goldust, pink lighting for Val Venis, and so forth.
Pro Bowl quarterback Jim McMahon provided the team with a solid passing attack, throwing for 2, 392 yards and 15 touchdowns, while also rushing for 252 yards and three touchdowns.
" Chicago struck back with a 7 play, 59-yard drive, featuring a 43-yard pass completion from Jim McMahon to wide receiver Willie Gault, to set up a field goal from Kevin Butler, tying the score 3-3.
With the clock ticking down, players from both teams were fighting, and the Bears were forced to snap the ball before the officials formally put it back into play, allowing McMahon to throw the ball out of bounds and stop the clock with three seconds left.
Eight plays later, McMahon finished the Super Bowl record 96-yard drive with a 1-yard touchdown run to make the Bears lead 30-3.
Unable to reach political accommodation on disputed territory along the 3, 225-kilometer-long Himalayan border, the Chinese launched simultaneous offensives in Ladakh and across the McMahon Line on 20 October 1962, coinciding with the Cuban Missile Crisis.
The foreign secretary of the British Indian government, Henry McMahon, who had drawn up the proposal, decided to bypass the Chinese ( although instructed not to by his superiors ) and settle the border bilaterally by negotiating directly with Tibet.
T. O ' Callaghan, an official in the Eastern Sector of the North East Frontier, relocated all these markers to a location slightly south of the McMahon Line, and then visited Rima to confirm with Tibetan officials that there was no Chinese influence in the area.
In 1954, Prime Minister Nehru wrote a memo calling for India's borders to be clearly defined and demarcated ; in line with previous Indian philosophy, Indian maps showed a border that, in some places, lay north of the McMahon Line.
When the league was first organized in 1999, it was originally supposed to stand for " Xtreme Football League "; however, there was already a league in formation at the same time with that name, and so promoters wanted to make sure that everyone knew that the " X " did not actually stand for anything ( though McMahon would comment that " if the NFL stood for the ' No Fun League ', the XFL will stand for the ' extra fun league '").
His reasons were never stated publicly, but in a private meeting with McMahon, he said " I will not serve under you because I do not trust you ".
William McMahon ( centre ) with Tokugawa Iemasa | Prince Tokugawa of the Imperial House of Japan | Japanese imperial family in the Australian embassy in Japan in 1952
But more importantly, McEwen was bitterly opposed to McMahon on political grounds, because McMahon was allied with free trade advocates in the conservative parties and favoured sweeping tariff reforms: a position that was vehemently opposed by McEwen, his Country Party colleagues and their rural constituents.
McEwen's opposition forced McMahon to withdraw from the leadership ballot and opened the way for the successful campaign to promote the Minister for Education and Science, Senator John Gorton, to the Prime Ministership with the support of a group led by Defence Minister Malcolm Fraser.
His successor, Doug Anthony, said that the Country Party's objections to McMahon no longer held, finally freeing the Liberals to replace Gorton with McMahon within two months.