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  • I'm drawing a blank here, and I think a lot of people are judging by the comments. But it's a really good one, so I feel like having a go just for the sake of having a go. My best guess right now is Big John Studd.

    "The worst moron is the one too stupid to realise they're a moron."

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    • Not Studd. It’s Barbarian

      1). I have one film credit to my name. I was one of several wrestlers with a credit in the movie - BODYSLAM the movie
      2). I left a company over a proposed match - scaffold match against the Road Warriors
      3). I wrestled in three prominently featured tag teams with three different partners. I also wrestled with one on of those three partners partners in an oft forgotten tag team under a different gimmick - Powers of Pain, Headshrinkers, Faces of Fear, and Super Invaders with Warlord for a hot minute in 1995
      4). Of the three teams mentioned in clue three I would not probably be thought of a regularly featured member of one of the teams. - Headshrinkers
      5). I have two worst of WON awards to my name but neither are only attributed to me - worst team Powers of Pain (1989); worst match - the Hogan/Savage vs the world gimmick from Uncensored 1996
      6). I worked two major promotions and never won a singles belt in either, but I did win two different tag straps, either of which were the promotion’s top tag titles - six man with Warlord and US tag straps with Duck Slater
      7). I had several managers throughout my career, but two managers that were called the same thing by fans - Heenan and Paul Jones were each called “weasel”
      8). Rumor has it I was forced to split with my partner because of a hyped talent arrival from another company. - Powers of Pain were allegedly broken up in WWF to appease an incoming Road Warriors

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      • Damnit, I never would have gotten that because I was going in the wrong direction entirely with the managers. I was thinking Heenan and Grand Wizard, so I assumed Masked Superstar, and probably would have tried to figure out who else they'd both managed from there, haha.

        Really good round.
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        • The floor is open!

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          • I'll jump in:

            1. I have an interesting career, in that I can be considered a jobber, but I also could not be considered a jobber.
            2. I have been in three (but really four) named tag teams, and I won the tag titles in 1 major American promotion 3 times with 2 different partners.
            3. In my first match of my career, (according to Cagematch) I challenged for the Tag Titles, and in my 5th match I challenged for the Midcard title of the same major promotion.

            Bonus clue 4: I also tried my hands at Boxing.
            Last edited by Powder; 02-03-2021, 10:32 AM.

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            • 1. I have an interesting career, in that I can be considered a jobber, but I also could not be considered a jobber.
              2. I have been in three (but really four) named tag teams, and I won the tag titles in 1 major American promotion 3 times with 2 different partners.
              3. In my first match of my career, (according to Cagematch) I challenged for the Tag Titles, and in my 5th match I challenged for the Midcard title of the same major promotion.

              Bonus clue 4: I also tried my hands at Boxing.
              Clue 5: The fourth team I was in is really a faction, so not a specific team name, but the name of the faction.

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              • 1. I have an interesting career, in that I can be considered a jobber, but I also could not be considered a jobber.
                2. I have been in three (but really four) named tag teams, and I won the tag titles in 1 major American promotion 3 times with 2 different partners.
                3. In my first match of my career, (according to Cagematch) I challenged for the Tag Titles, and in my 5th match I challenged for the Midcard title of the same major promotion.

                Bonus clue 4: I also tried my hands at Boxing.
                Clue 5: The fourth team I was in is really a faction, so not a specific team name, but the name of the faction.
                Clue 6: I am the second worst member of the faction.

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                • Is it Paul Roma? I know he fits the tag titles clue, three times, twice with Pretty Wonderful and once with Double A.

                  I don't really like clues like number 6 because there is no way to know for sure, but I guess a lot of people would say Sid was the worst, and Roma the second worst of the Horsemen, so it kinda works there too....

                  "The worst moron is the one too stupid to realise they're a moron."

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                  • Yes Paul Roma

                    And Yes, the Horsemen, but the worst member was Steve Mongo McMichael, and Roma was the second worst. Sid was at least a main event caliber guy who ended up winning multiple top titles, and was HUGE with presence and charisma. I would put Sid easily as the third worst.

                    Roma was a pseudo jobber in the WWF and then in WCW, and then joins the Horsemen?

                    You got the Tag titles,
                    and in his first match ever he was a jobber that challenged for the WWE tag titles Against Adonis and Murdoch, and in his 5th match, he was a jobber in an IC title match against Greg Valentine.

                    And the 3 named tag teams were: Young Stallion with Jim Powers, Power and Glory with Hercules, and Pretty Wonderful with Orndorff, and then the Horsemen (which is not really a named tag team, but a stable name.

                    But I am not sure how history remembers Roma either as a jobber or not a jobber. Arguments can go either way.

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                    • Originally posted by Powder View Post
                      And Yes, the Horsemen, but the worst member was Steve Mongo McMichael, and Roma was the second worst. Sid was at least a main event caliber guy who ended up winning multiple top titles, and was HUGE with presence and charisma. I would put Sid easily as the third worst.
                      See, this is why I don't like clues like the sixth one! It's all just guesswork about opinions, basically. I don't particularly like Mongo, and he certainly didn't have the skills of some of the others, but as a Horseman I'd say there were way worse options out there - including people who had tremendous skills but who just did very little in the group. But anyway - off topic, that's a question for another thread.


                      Ok, let's see how this one goes.

                      1) I held two different titles in WCW.
                      2) I wrestled on TV/PPV for the WWE around eighty times over the course of two years.
                      3) After leaving WWE I reinvented myself - under a mask.



                      "The worst moron is the one too stupid to realise they're a moron."

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                      • Johnny The Bull, Rellik?

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                        • Bravo - first shot wins the prize!

                          "The worst moron is the one too stupid to realise they're a moron."

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                            1. I'm one of the few to keep blood out of wrestling
                            2. I owe a resurgence in my career due to Hollywood
                            3. A top promoter gave me my most known nickname when I debuted in that promoter's company, that I kept throughout the rest of my career in various promotions.

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                            • Ricky the Dragon Steamboat?

                              He was part of the Mickey Rourke Sotryline with Jericho....and ended up having a few matches....

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                              • Correct

                                The blood part was that's his real name, but goes by Steamboat. Vince gave him Dragon.

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