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 Posted: Wed Jun 12th, 2013 08:53 pm
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Hisa mentioned Tiger Mask on the other thread.

TM 1Sayama
TM 2 Misawa
TM 3 Kanemoto
TM 4 You guys need to help me here.

The Tiger Mask in KC I think was Ken Wayne although I could be wrong there.

Super Destroyer
Don Jardine
Scott Irwin
Bill Irwin
Sgt. Slaughter SD Mark II
Neal Guay SD Mark III
Hulk Hogan- Super Destroyer in Florida during 1977

Dr X
Bill Miller in Omaha
Dick Beyer in the AWA
Waldo Von Erich in Cincy
Jim Osborne (Double X in AWA, Dr X for McGuirk)

The Assassin
Joe Hamilton
Tom Renesto
Guy Mitchell
Joe Tomasso
Hercules Hernandez for Crockett
David Sierra in Portland


That's a start. Feel free to add more and make corrections.



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 Posted: Wed Jun 12th, 2013 08:57 pm
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clawmaster wrote: Hisa mentioned Tiger Mask on the other thread.

TM 1Sayama
TM 2 Misawa
TM 3 Kanemoto
TM 4 You guys need to help me here.


The 4th one is Yoshihiro Yamazaki, but he never wrestled under his real name or any other name that I know of.  He was trained by Sayama, who decided to give him the gimmick before he ever debuted.



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Many Super Destroyers, besides the ones you listed:

Art Neilson/Art Nelson had a notable two year run, 1976-1978, in the Amarillo region.

Nikolai Volkoff had a brief as a Super Destroyer in the WWWF in 1978.

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Here's a list of the multitude of Super Destroyers. You still have to point & click. http://www.wrestlingdata.com/index.php?befehl=bios&letter=S&seite=21

Last edited on Wed Jun 12th, 2013 09:09 pm by NJRob65

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A few from Los Angeles:

Dick Beyer - The Sensational Intelligent Destroyer
Gene LeBell - The Hangman  (also Neil Guay per some sources)
Bossman - Karl Lauer
El Medico - Apollo Jalisco
The Hood - Johnny Mantell, with a switch angle pulled with Ron Starr
The Monster - Tony Rodriguez
The Mummy - Benji Rodriguez (afaik, same guy who did it in Central States early 70s)
Mil Mascaras - Aaron Rodriguez
The Convict - Stan Frazier
Los Medicos - your guess is as good as mine, nobody agrees on this.   Rotating guys, maybe? A guy  name Reuben Rodriguez claims to have been a 'Medic'.
Pantera Negra - Miguel Huerta, and, best as I can tell, at least two of his brothers
Mr. Wrestling - Tim Woods




Setting aside the Luchadores and minis, obviously, but my ambition only goes so far.......



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Ken Wayne as Tiger Mask in Kansas City. He then took the mask to the short lived Chattanooga territory in 1983 as Stray Cat (the band was quite popular at the time).

Someone, I believe Kerry Brown, worked as Super Destroyer on and off in Kansas City and St. Louis in the late 1970s to mid 1980s. It gets confusing looking at results since Scott Irwin spent some time there as Super Destroyer as well.

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Nikolai Volkoff had a brief as a Super Destroyer in the WWWF in 1978.

Did not know that. Thank you "Jersey Rob"

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Sgt Slaughter as the Executioner in Georgia in 1977. Teamed with Pak Song and won the tag belts.

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The Avenger:
Art Neilson/Art Nelson in Omaha
Reggie Parks in MACW

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LarrySC wrote: The Avenger:
Art Neilson/Art Nelson in Omaha
Reggie Parks in MACW

Guy Lambert in San Francisco



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Principal_Raditch wrote: Sgt Slaughter as the Executioner in Georgia in 1977. Teamed with Pak Song and won the tag belts.

From what I recall, the WWF had four different lots of Executioners - the ones who won the tag titles, Buddy Rose's Wrestlemania cameo, Terry Gordy, and the jobber team of Dwayne Gill/Barry Hardy.

Suicide in TNA seems to be a rotating gig, Daniels, Kazarian, and whoever they have now.  Presumably Dog Catchers in USWA ditto.

Talking of Daniels, was he a Conquistador for the skits with Team EC?  Although that's more a gimmick as nobody expected them to be the same as the 1980s Conquistadors.



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Barry Orton was also an Assassin in MACW



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Yellow Dog:
Brian Pillman
Barry Windham

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Great Bolo:

Al Lovelock
Tom Renesto
Cecil Hedge
Tony Falk

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Various Mr. Wrestling's:
Tim Woods
Tommy Gilbert
Gordie Nelson
Pat Barrett
Dick Steinborn
Jesse Barr
Ron Starr

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