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UPI Pictures of the Year 2017 -- WASHINGTON POLITICS
U.S. President Donald Trump salutes Medal of Honor recipient Retired Army Capt. Gary Michael Rose during ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington, D.C., on October 23, 2017. Rose was a special forces medic who saved numerous lives on a secret mission to Laos during the Vietnam War. Photo by Pat Benic/UPI
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Gary Michael Cappetta (born December 12, 1952) is an American professional wrestling ring announcer, author, voice over artist, screenwriter and stage performer. For Years, He was dubbed "The World's Most Dangerous Announcer" by longtime friend and colleague Jim Cornette.

Having spent more than 20 years in the middle of the pro wrestling ring he then wrote and self-published Bodyslams: Memoirs of a Wrestling Pitchman. Gary's "Bodyslams!" autobiography was so successful, that it was re-released by ECW Press in 2006 adding 10 more adventurous years to the critically acclaimed book.

Cappetta is familiar to TV wrestling fans who watched him on World Wrestling Federation broadcasts from 1974–1985, followed by stints on ESPN with the American Wrestling Association or the AWA and Turner Broadcasting System’s World Championship Wrestling shows. Gary also performed on many prime time specials and pay-per-view productions for Turner Home Entertainment. He can also be found on numerous Ring of Honor DVDs doing backstage interviews. He also was the ring announcer for the 2005 wrestling game Showdown: Legends of Wrestling.

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