He one a few matches, then dissapeared. – Mr. X (WWF 1984-1986): The second and third just typify those cheap masks where the nose was simply a triangle cut out. Masked Wrestler Identities; Wrestling Relations List; Wrestling Father / Son List; Special Match History; Home / Promotions / World Wrestling Entertainment / WWF Alumni – 1970s. Jesse Barr (Florida, Memphis, WCCW), – Los Conquistadores (WWF 1987 – 1989): WWF Old School is dedicated to Wrestling fans all over the globe who love and dig Old School Wrestling (now WWE). Now we have listed them for you, here are the Identities of all the masked WWF Wrestlers from the Golden Era until the Name Change (WWF-WWE) in 2002. Check out this clip of now WWE Hall of Famer Bill Goldberg capturing the... You can watch the complete episode of WCW Pro from January 20, 1996 below: Copyright © 2020. WWE ALUMNI – 1970’s. It seems to me that L'pool had a touch of autonomy within JPs and could introduce all these oddities within their weekly set up. You have a valid point. Rikishi (WCW, WWF), – Mankind (WWF 1996-1999): Their gimmick, which was actually pretty cool, was that they would only don their bee masks toward the end of match, usually to switch out a team member when the ref was preoccupied. Perfect, Smash, Rude, and others: All from Robbinsdale, MN, See the Grand Wizard without his sunglasses and turban, Remembering some of the old-school WWF jobbers, Gilberto Roman, Danny Davis, and other WWF referees from the 1980s, The origins of the Red Rooster gimmick, as told by John Layfield, Summer has me thinking of the old small-arena shows on the WWF circuit, Most of the WWF masked wrestlers in the '80s were forgettable, Remembering WWF referee Dick Woehrle, who has died, Superstar Graham rips apart Bob Backlund's WWF belt, Spike Huber, who had a short WWF stint in '84, is Dick the Bruiser’s son-in-law.

Oh goodness, I can imagine the WWF house show program wording: … “Spellbinder” Harry Del Rios (Memphis), – Dr.X (WWF 1995-1997): Oh, wait a minute, there really weren’t any.

Brady Boone (WWF, Portland) Thank you for being a part of our community! Dangerous Danny Davis (WWF Referee), – The Exexutioner (WrestleMania 1): Paul Diamond (Memphis, AWA, WWF, ECW, WCW), – Kim Chee (WWF 1992-1993): Aaron Rodríguez (Mexico), – Pierroth (WWF 1997): + Norty 'DADDIE' being D.Q 'd against your Mate MARINO!! Mil Mascaras is indeed a masked legend, but his appearances in the WWF were rare, and he was never really pushed. Superstar kept his mask on as Super Machine, and then traded the mask for face paint as Ax in Demolition.

“Playboy” Buddy Rose (WWF, AWA, Portland), – The Spider Lady (WWF 1985): We share awesome content covering all interesting parts of the Pre-Golden Era, Golden Era, New Generation Era, Attitude Era & the early Ruthless Aggression Era. There is a Signature on the Back of Photo 1!-Over to ANGLO-Autograph Guru? Rankings/ratings of the pro-wrestling in the United States from the 1970s. And Laces is surely a boy that The ageing Count made some promises to... Thanx ANGLO!-Yes LOLITA must have been the 'Latest Squeeze' alright! Is she the squeeze?

On to the Next 'Contender'!-He's on the much Lighter side in Weight? ( Log Out /  I bet Frank Thomas could help , he was there at this time.

March 6, 2013 - 11:40 pm bostongardenbalcony. Not Bill Eadie. The first one looks like the autograph of Lolita Loren. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. They had a legendary feud with Ole and Gene Anderson over the Georgia Tag titles as well as the NWA Tag titles, both of which went back and forth between them. ( Log Out /  In the History of the World Wrestling Federation we have seen appearances of many masked Wrestlers over the years. The Conquistadores (played by longtime jobbers Jose Luis Rivera and Jose Estrada) actually almost won a 10-tag-team Survivor Series match in 1988, lasting until the end before the Powers of Pain (Barbarian and Warlord) beat them. Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake, – Repo Man (WWF 1991-1993): My impression is that the fans lapped it up, needed a weekly dose, but would have got a bit itchy with endless Leon Fortuna v Eddie Capelli bouts. We all rated Naylor highly, but I dont think he bothered with titles. All this hype about the WWE debut of Mexican masked superstar Sin Cara (formerly known as Mistico) has made me remember the great masked wrestlers in the WWF in the 1980s.

People still talk about them today. Essa Ríos (WWF, AAA, TNA), – The Patriot (WWF 1997):

Wrestlers taken at LIVERPOOL STADIUM in the 1970's!!