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Wrestling on display Codi Gillette of Cheasapeake, Virginia, visited the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum with her family. Codi is standing underneath a collection of posters inside the Dan Gable Teaching Center. 
Zachary versus Chris Zachary Gillette of Chesapeake, Virginia, stands next to a cutout of Chris Taylor in the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. Taylor, who weighed over 400 pounds, was an NCAA champion for Iowa State in 1972 and 1973.
Wrestling Round Table with Brian Hoops Brian Hoops (pictured far right) hosted a panel discussion in the with (from left) Jim Duggan, Scott Teal, Danny Hodge, Gerald Brisco, Terry Funk, and Baron Von Raschke. The round table discussion was held in the George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame on Saturday July 23 during induction weekend.
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Dan Hodge submission hold Hall of Famer Dan Hodge (Class of 2000) demonstrates a submission hold in the Dan Gable Teaching Center during the George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame induction weekend. Hodge was part of a special Mixed Martial Arts seminar with Greg Halsor (standing with black long-sleeved shirt). Joyce Paustian photo
2011 Celebrity Golf Tournament Dan Hodge (center) poses with his foursome during the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum Celebrity Golf Tournament on Friday, July 22 at Irv Warren Memorial Golf Course. Hodge was 46-0 with 36 pins for his career at the University of Oklahoma (1955-1957). He remains the only wrestler to be featured on the cover of “Sports Illustrated.”
Historic Gathering Legends from the world of wrestling gathered for a historic photograph following the 2011 George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame induction banquet. Front row rom left: Baron Von Raschke, Larry Hennig, Greg Oliver, Dan Gable, Scott Teal, Pat Miletich, Bill Murdock, Gerald Brisco, and Terry Funk. Back row from left: Ted Gordienko, Bob Roop, Fritz Von Goering, Mick Foley, “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, Jim Ross, and Danny Hodge.
Hacksaw Jim Duggan with Duane Melsh Hacksaw Jim Duggan, winner of the 2011 Frank Gotch Award, gives a thumbs up with museum volunteer Duane Melsh.
Dan Gable and Dan Hodge Two of the greatest wrestlers to walk planet earth: Dan Gable (left) and Dan Hodge (right). Gable was 183-1 at Iowa State. Hodge was 46-0 at the Univiersity of Oklahoma. Gable coached the University of Iowa to 15 NCAA team titles from 1977 to 1997.

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