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Title History 

IWA Tag Team titles w/Michael Nador (1970); 

Austral-Asian Tag Team titles w/Ron Miller; 

NWA (Tri-State) United States Tag Team titles w/Dusty Rhodes (); 

Florida Tag Team titles w/Dusty Rhodes; 

WWF Heavyweight title overcoming Hulk Hogan (February 5, 1988); 

WWF World Tag Team titles w/Haku overcoming Demolition (December 13, 1989); 

WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) Hall of Fame Inductee (1993); Hall of Fame Inductee (2002); 

Vocation Highlights 

At the outset – Family: 

Might 19, 1946: Andre Rene Rousimoff was conceived is Grenouble, France to two folks who were both more than six feet tall. 

Andre Rene Rousimoff experienced acromegaly, or "giantism", an endocrynological issue. 

~~~It causes the body to discharge unnecessary measures of development hormones and produces nonstop development. 

~~~It particularly impacts the head, hands, and feet. 

~~~Andre supposedly acquired the ailment from his granddad, a Bulgarian who stood 7'8″! 

Andre Rousimoff left home at the young age of 14, stood 6'3″ and weighed more than 200 pounds! 

Andre Rousimoff worked at a furniture store in Paris, France until he was seventeen. 

Andre Rousimoff prepared with the French wrestling champion Frank Valois. 

Getting Into The Wrestling Business: 

1970: Andre Rousimoff won the IWA Tag Team titles with Michael Nador. 

1971: Andre Rousimoff wrestled in Montreal under the name "Jean Ferre" and in Japan as "Beast Roussimoff". 

Andre Rousimoff won the Austral-Asian Tag Team Titles with Ron Miller in Australia. 

Overall Wrestling Federation + Various Territories: 

Honest Valois, going about as his supervisor, set up a meeting with World Wide Wrestling Federation promoter Vince McMahon, Sr. 

1973: Andre Rousimoff appeared in the well known venue Madison Square Garden as "Andre the Giant". 

Andre The Giant gradually advanced through essentially every provincial advancement in the nation. 

Andre The Giant soon turned into the biggest film industry fascination the game has ever known. 

Walk 22, 1974 – WWF TV in Los Angeles: Andre The Giant beat Great Goliath and Black Gordman in a debilitation match. 

1976: Andre The Giant was superbly give a role as "Bigfoot" for two exceedingly evaluated scenes of "The Six Million Dollar Man". 

June 25, 1976 – AWA Chicago Stadium: Andre the Giant crushed Chuck Wepner by CO in a "Boxer versus Wrestler" Match. 

Andre The Giant cooperated with Dusty Rhodes to win the NWA United States (Tri-State) Tag Team Titles. 

The site of the first Hulk Hogan versus Andre the Giant match was the old Houston Farm Center in Dothan, AL. 

June 22, 1980: Dory Funk Jr. what's more, Andre The Giant and Brian Blair beat James J. Dillon and The Spoiler and Skandor Akbar in Tulsa, OK. 

February 15, 1981: Andre The Giant and Dusty Rhodes likewise won the Florida Tag Team Titles. 

1981: Andre The Giant had his lower leg broken by Killer Kahn (not real) amid a match. 

~~~The damage was a reason for Andre to vanish and have required surgery. 

September 12, 1982 – NJPW: Andre the Giant vanquished Hulk Hogan by Countout in the wake of hitting Hogan with the ring ringer making him drain. 

~~~After the match; Hulk Hogan bodyslammed Andre the Giant! 

World Wrestling Federation: 

Andre The Giant handled a featuring part in the extremely fruitful film "The Princess Bride" as the delicate goliath character Fezzik. 

Andre The Giant was the first wrestler ever to be included on the front of Sports Illustrated magazine. 

November 13, 1984: Big John Studd and Ken Patera vanquished Andre The Giant and Special Delivery Jones in a tag group match. 

~~~After the match, Studd and Patera stunned the cutting so as to wrestle scene off bits of Andre's trademark hair! 

~~~The Giant initially discarded Ken Patera, effectively beating him in a Madison Square Garden match. 

Walk 31, 1985 – WrestleMania 1: Andre The Giant crushed Big John Studd w/Bobby Heenan in a Body Slam Challenge. 

October 5, 1985 – SNME: King Kong Bundy and Big John Studd crushed Andre the Giant and Tony Atlas by preclusion. 

November 2, 1985 – SNME: Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant crushed King Kong Bundy and Big John Studd by preclusion. 

April 5, 1986 – WrestleMania 2: Andre The Giant won a 20-Man Invitational Battle Royal which included NFL players. 

World Wrestling Federation – The Machines: 

1986: Andre was "suspended" by "President Jack Tunney" for no-indicating matches against the Heenan Family (storyline). 

~~~This was all only a reason to take Andre off of Television to experience surgery to repair his harmed back. 

~~~Andre had surgery to releive weight on his spine and was from that point compelled to wear a back prop when he wrestled. 

1986: Andre came back to the WWF, under a cover, with a couple of accomplices, in a group known as The Machines. 

~~~Giant, Big and Super Machine were charged from the Orient and went to the USA to end up the #1 Tag Team in the World! 

~~~Bobby Heenan and his Heenan Family went determined to uncover the "Goliath Machine" as Andre The Giant. 

August 28, 1986 – The Big Event: Bundy and Studd and Heenan beat Lou Albano and The Machines w/Giant Machine by exclusion. 

The Machines were never uncovered, and they transformed into a parody demonstration, and in the long run blurred far from TV. 

World Wrestling Federation – Heel: 

1987: Andre the Giant returned again to the WWF, and wound up joining Bobby Heenan, and tested Hulk Hogan for WM3! 

Wrestlemania III: Hulk Hogan vanquished Andre The Giant before the biggest card ever held in the United States. 

~~~Andre the Giant apparently drank fourteen jugs of wine before his match with Hulk Hogan at Wrestlemania III. 

Febuary 5, 1988 – SNME: Andre vanquished Hulk Hogan after one of two twin arbitrators made the most of an illicit on the Hulk. 

~~~Andre The Giant then "sold" the WWF World title belt to "The Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase. 

World Wrestling Federation – The Collosal Connection: 

1989: Andre started collaborating with Haku as the Collosal Connection oversaw by Bobby "the Brain" Heenan. 

~~~The Collosal Connection vanquished Demolition to win the WWF Tag Team titles. 

~~~Wrestlemania VI: Demolition (Ax and Smash) vanquished Andre The Giant and Haku to win back the WWF Tag Team titles. 

~~~After the match, Andre The Giant split from Haku and Bobby "The Brain" Heenan. 

April 13, 1990 – WWF/AJPW Wrestling Summit: Giant Baba and Andre the Giant vanquished Demolition (Ax and Smash). 

Different chiefs including Johnny V, Mr. Fuji, Bobby Heenan, and Jimmy Hart attemped to sign Andre to an agreement. 

Jimmy Hart came the closes however Andre publically declined to join his gathering and was then assaulted by Earthquake! 

Andre The Legend: 

1992: Andre The Giant had experienced broad knee surgery and turned out to be progressively overweight and stable. 

December 1992: Andre The Giant kept on wrestling, in any case, showing up for the keep going time on a card in Japan. 

Andre's last open (wrestling appear) appearance was at the festival for a long time of NWA/WCW wrestling on TBS. 

The Death of the Giant: 

January 27, 1993: Andre Rene Roussimoff (Andre The Giant) kicked the bucket of a heart assault in an inn room in Paris. 

~~~Andre The Giant (age 46) was around the local area going to the memorial service of his dad only two weeks before his own passing. 

Some Information You May Not Know: 

Washington Redskins head mentor George Allen once offered Andre the Giant an agreement to play proficient football. 

~~~Washington Post article: 

Andre The Giant was regularly viewed as the "Uncrowned World Champion" of expert wrestling. 

Andre The Giant was known expending 119 jugs of lager in one fanciful sitting! 

Andre The Giant was presumably the most conspicuous figure in wrestling history. 

Andre The Giant was most likely six feet eleven inches tall, however he was promoted as seven feet four inches. 

Andre The Giant measured near five hundred pounds and was popular for his gigantic limit for liquor and nourishment. 

Andre The Giant was once evaluated that he devoured 7,000 calories a day in liquor alone. 

Andre The Giant, who never wedded, lived the greater part of the year on a 200-section of land farm in Ellerbe, North Carolina.There is a Canadian lady named Jean Christensen who cases to have been the wife of Andre the Giant. The case is they were hitched in Canada yet it was never enrolled in the United States. Andre's companions constantly said he never hitched, despite the fact that Christensen is without a doubt the mother of Andre's just youngster, a 6-foot-tall girl conceived in 1981 and never saw her dad. Andre dependably denied she was his girl, in spite of the fact that the likeness was self-evident, yet in the end a paternity test in a kid support case demonstrated it. On the off chance that Ms. Christensen or her little girl ever see this profile, we would excited to get notification from you at the email address beneath. Much thanks. 

Unknown reacted: Jean Christensen was American, conceived in Seattle, Washington. She never held a Canadian citizenship. Andre's little girl Robin was concieved in Canada, doubtlessly Vancouver, BC in an one night stand. Jean and Andre were never hitched in Canada or the United States. In the event that you explore Canadian regular law marriage laws, an one night stand is not viewed as "wedded"- normal law or something else. There was no exertion on Andre's part to co-propensity with Jean and he never did. Ms. Christensen passed on September 2, 2008 after a short session with colon tumor. 

Might 29, 2006 – RAW: "This Week in Wrestling History" included a nostalgic glance back at the incredible Andre The Giant. 

World Wrestling Entertainment: 

2013: WWE discloses another Andre the Giant statue at their corproate home office in Stamford, CT. 

April 6, 2014: WWE will have an Andre the Giant commemoration 30-man Battle Royal at Wrestlemania XXX in New Orleans, LA. 

Dave Meltzer composed (2010): Over the weekend I went to my wrestling library and got the 1970 distri

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