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  1. Luke Joseph Scarpa (October 4, 1928 – April 3, 2012) was an American professional wrestler who was best known by the ring name Chief Jay Strongbow.Much like his contemporary Wahoo McDaniel, he portrayed a Native American wrestler, who wore a war bonnet to the ring and would "go on the warpath" when the fans started cheering him against an opponent.

  2. On December 7, 1976, he won the WWWF World tag team championship with Chief Jay Strongbow. In 1981, Adnan Al-Kaissie joined the American Wrestling Association (AWA), in 1990 he joined the World Wrestling Federation (WWF formerly WWWF, now known as the WWE), where he managed Sgt. Slaughter under the name "General Adnan".

  3. The WWE Hall of Fame is a hall of fame for professional wrestling personalities maintained by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). As of 2022, there have been 234 inductees – with 124 wrestlers inducted individually, 18 group inductions (consisting of 51 wrestlers within those groups), twelve celebrities, eight Warrior Award recipients, and forty-six Legacy inductees. Fifty-nine members were ...

  4. Is a huge fan of professional wrestling, and most of his self-written films have references to professional wrestling in them (the principal in Billy Madison (1995), Captain Insano in The Waterboy (1998), Chief Jay Strongbow's sleeper hold in Big Daddy (1999), mind-wrestling and Tom Lister Jr. - a.k.a. the WWF's Zeus - in Little Nicky (2000

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