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The Gathering 2016: The Maniacs of Juggalo Wrestling

The Gathering 2016: The Maniacs of Juggalo Wrestling

ICP and professional wrestling go hand-in-hand, which means you can't have a Gathering of the Juggalos without some pro wrestling violence. The big events this year were the 10th anniversary Bloodymania super show and the Stranglemania live death matches. Some true legends of the wrestling world participated, including Brother Nero, Tommy Dreamer and Officer Colt Cabana.

See also:
- Juggalo Pride: The Tattoos of the 2016 Gathering of the Juggalos
- The Most Beautiful People of the 2016 Gathering of the Juggalos
- The Gathering 2016: Juggalos Set Up Camp and Prepare to Rage
- The Weirdest Signs of the 2016 Gathering of the Juggalos
- The Gathering 2016: The Maniacs of Juggalo Wrestling
- The 2016 Gathering of the Juggalos Comes to a Close
- The Gathering 2016: Crowning Miss Juggalette


ICP and professional wrestling go hand-in-hand, which means you can't have a Gathering of the Juggalos without some pro wrestling violence. The big events this year were the 10th anniversary Bloodymania super show and the Stranglemania live death matches. Some true legends of the wrestling world participated, including Brother Nero, Tommy Dreamer and Officer Colt Cabana.

See also:
- Juggalo Pride: The Tattoos of the 2016 Gathering of the Juggalos
- The Most Beautiful People of the 2016 Gathering of the Juggalos
- The Gathering 2016: Juggalos Set Up Camp and Prepare to Rage
- The Weirdest Signs of the 2016 Gathering of the Juggalos
- The Gathering 2016: The Maniacs of Juggalo Wrestling
- The 2016 Gathering of the Juggalos Comes to a Close
- The Gathering 2016: Crowning Miss Juggalette
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