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Last seen on: –Newsday.com Crossword – Jul 22 2021
–LA Times Crossword 7 Apr 21, Wednesday
–The Washington Post Crossword – Oct 16 2020
–LA Times Crossword 16 Oct 20, Friday
–Newsday.com Crossword – Jun 27 2020
–Universal Crossword – Jun 17 2020
–Newsday.com Crossword – May 27 2020
–Wall Street Journal Crossword – October 31 2019 – Casting Call
LA Times Crossword 4 Oct 19, Friday
Random information on the term “Ruckus”:
Claude Marrow is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, Ruckus. He performs in Combat Zone Wrestling, Ring of Honor, Maryland Championship Wrestling, Chikara and Jersey All Pro Wrestling. While often appearing at a number of other independent promotions, Ruckus is a member of the Blackout/BLKOUT stable with Eddie Kingston, Sabian, Joker, and Robbie Mireno.
Ruckus began training in September 1998 at Brainbusters. A former backyard wrestler with Hardcore Championship Wrestling, Ruckus made his professional wrestling debut against Chad Olsen on April 18, 1999 for the Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation (MEWF).
Ruckus and The Hurricane Kidd were hired by Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) when owner John Zandig saw them working for Power House Wrestling and was impressed by their ability. When Ruckus started in CZW he weighed nearly 300 lbs. but has since dropped over 75 pounds.
He began wrestling in CZW around 2001 and became known for doing high flying moves, such as the 450 Splash, that are not normally done by people of his size. He won his first title, the CZW World Junior Heavyweight Championship, on December 2, 2001, but only held it briefly, dropping the title at Cage of Death III to Trent Acid. He regained this title on January 18, 2003 at Live Again. During his second reign, Ruckus began teaming with Sonjay Dutt. They wrestled many matches as a team, but Ruckus became jealous of Sonjay and turned on him at Night of Infamy 2. This led to a match at Cage of Death V which Sonjay won to become the new Junior Heavyweight Champion.
Random information on the term “STIR”:
Stir is a four piece alternative rock band from St. Louis, Missouri.
Stir was founded in 1994 as a three piece band at the University of Missouri, and consisted of lead vocalist and guitarist Andy Schmidt, bassist Kevin Gagnepain, and drummer Brad Booker. Schmidt, Gagnepain and Booker had been in another band previous to Stir named “The Choice” and decided to form the band when that band’s lead singer, Rick Smith, decided to no longer pursue a career in music.
The band released a self-produced, independent LP titled “Until Now” in 1995 under its own label, Stir Music. Later that year, the band played at the South by Southwest festival. The band signed with the indie label Aware Records following the performance, subsequently releasing their eponymous debut album, Stir in 1996. This record included much of the material from the independent release. Later signed up by major label Capitol Records, the self-titled Stir was re-released to wider distribution.
Under the Capitol imprint they also released their second record Holy Dogs in 2000 and were praised by radio program directors as the “new golden boys.”