In 1983, I was a mere 12 years old and I was introduced to the WWF on Saturday mornings on the local Fox affiliate here in Buffalo. The WWF had just been born a couple of years ago and had just recently been placed under the watch of a young Vincent Kennedy McMahon. He had hand-picked Hulk Hogan to be the face of the WWF and truly changed wrestling from what it had been.
The glamorized entertainment aspect of wrestling was born, heroes versus villains and a new lineup of wrestlers with "characters" and over-the-top personalities dominated the scene.
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