Cody had plenty of fans, myself included, but Aldis is a true #sportsman and he will be in the running as one of the greatest wrestlers ever in years to come. Even as he regained the Belt, he offered congratulations to @americannightmarecody and the fanbase for such a fever-pitch battle all around the arena.
I agree that #CodyAldis should continue and raise the stakes even higher. I am, however, an advocate of @willie_mack being thrown into the contention, even after winning the #NWANattie. He is just as talented! True #prowrestling here!
Dapat Salam dari Si Pocong...Cong..Cong ngapa Lo mojok aja sih.. Film horor pertama @septriasaacha sayang ga bisa datang di presscreening n Prescon..mba mainnya Ama pocong ampuun....bikin turun naik adrinaline ... Please jaga pocongnya sendiri aja ya jangan ngajak orang..serem aja..ahhah
It was not until October 22, 1962 that the true seriousness of the Cuban Missile Crisis became public knowledge. President John F. Kennedy addressed the American public from the Oval Office at 7:00 that evening.
Fortunately, after six days of tense yet careful negotiations, President Kennedy and Soviet Leader Nikita Khrushchev came to an agreement: The Soviets would dismantle the missile sites, and the United States would remove missiles from Turkey and not invade Cuba in the future.
Credit: Robert Knudsen, White House / John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum / NARA