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It was a scene played out in packed arenas throughout the United States. Nikolai Volkoff, said to be a professional wrestler from Russia, would have the ring announcer ask everyone to stand as he sang the Russian national anthem.

The crowd would go wild in protest, often throwing things into the ring. Volkoff, whose real name is Josip Nikolai Peruzovic from Croatia, would

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