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A Pro Wrestler Named 911

Alfred Poling (born January 22, 1957) better known by the ring name 911, is an American retired professional wrestler, best known for his time with Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) between 1994 and 1996.

"Alfred Poling" = 119 (English Ordinal)

11×9 = 99, matching his full birth numerology:

(1) + (22) + (19) + (57) = 99

It’s said that he left ECW in 1996 over a dispute with ECW chairman Paul Heyman over his treatment of the ring crew

He got involved in a brawl with Taz after the match and a feud evolved between the two, but it was scrapped as Poling left the promotion by early 1996 after a falling out backstage with Paul Heyman over the former's treatment of the ring crew.

"Ring crew" = 119 (Reverse Ordinal)

On the date he made his television debut, he was exactly 1930 weeks old:1930 Weeks, 0 Days

193 is the 44th prime number
The World Trade Center opened on April 4th, written 4/4
The wrestler 911 was 44 years old on the date of the 9/11 attacks44 Years

He made a one-time return to ECW at UltraClash 98

In 1998, Poling returned to ECW at UltraClash in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, chokeslamming Bill Wiles. Poling was then accompanied by manager Judge Jeff Jones, who proclaimed 911 to be the true giant of professional wrestling. They were then interrupted by Spike Dudley and had an impromptu match, which 911 lost in under a minute.

This event was held 155 weeks before the 9/11 attacks:155 Weeks

"UltraClash" = 155 (Reverse Ordinal)

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