On October 26, 1897, McLeod defeated Martin “Farmer” Burns to win the American Catch as Catch Can Heavyweight Championship, which he would retain for four years. The most notable incident during his reign as champion came far away from the media spotlight when on June 18, 1899; McLeod met and defeated a young Frank Gotch in a hard-fought impromptu match on a cinder track. It was Gotch’s very first professional match and he later recounted that McLeod had hustled all involved by pretending to be a simple furniture dealer from a neighboring town, but was impressed enough by Gotch’s talent to leave him a visiting card revealing his true identity.
By about 10 . ET the same night, Twitter user @5kl , with the display name Kris, believed he had found Silver’s account. Kris showed his work in the post , but here’s the summary: The commissioner would most likely have a protected account, with little identifying information, that followed a lot of people. Kris started by looking at the followers of @NBAPR, the league’s official communications account. Among that account’s followers was @miltonpoint , an account with two followers and the default “egg” avatar that was created in March of 2008. Silver is from Rye, .; Milton Point is a neighborhood in Rye. Additionally, Silver’s brother Owen had interacted with the account.
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