“Superstar” Billy Graham, Pro Wrestling Legend, Dies At 79

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“Superstar” Billy Graham, one of the foremost professional wrestlers of the 1970s and 1980s, died Wednesday. He was 79. Known primarily for his work with the McMahon family in the World Wide Wrestling Federation (later known as WWF and then WWE), Graham worked in professional wrestling on and off for more than four decades. Though he rose to prominence as the WWWF World Champion in the late 1970s, he also worked with rival promoters like the National Wrestling Alliance and American Wrestling Association. As the WWWF’s main draw at his peak, Graham’s physique and personality inspired many of th…

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