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    Rey Mysterio - I had to double check the eliminations, but he tied HHH in 2006 with 6 eliminations, when he won the Rumble.

    And the wrestler was Perro Aguayo Jr., who unfortunately died after Rey drop kicked him setting up the 619.
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    Not who I was thinking of.


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    Wow, that is 2 contests in a row where 2 people fit the answer.....and especially this one, where it involved a wrestler's death in the ring.

    EDIT:

    The Great Khali... the wrestler who died was Brian Ong, and he died after Khali hit him with a flapjack after Ong already had a concussion.
    Last edited by Powder; 5 Days Ago at 11:07 AM.

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    Yeah it's Khali,

    I could pinpoint that clue 1 suggests only one person made the most eliminations...

    "1. During one rumble, I eliminated the most people."

    I, and no one else, which would disqualify Rey as an answer, but it's a small detail.

    Powder's up.


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    OK...I see your point, but since some of my past clues have been ambiguous, I have tended to be more specific.

    Here we go:

    1. During my first stint with WCW, I made my debut at a Starrcade with my trainer as my partner in a tag team tournament.
    2. I only wrestled 9 matches for the WWF, but during my time in the WWF, and those 9 matches I had 4 different gimmicks, but for my last and most well known gimmick I never actually wrestled a match.
    3. During my second and prominent run in WCW, I was part of 6 different stables in 6 years!
    Last edited by Powder; 5 Days Ago at 11:23 AM.

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    Konnan

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    Yup...

    Debut at Starrcade 1990 with Rey Misterio Sr. as his partner in the Pat O'Connor Memorial International Cup Tag Team Tournament.

    Gimmicks: Konnan, The Latin Fury, El Relampago, Max Moon (left WWf before he actually donned the suit in a match).

    Stables: Dungeon of Doom, Filthy Animals, New Blood, No Limit Soldiers, nWo, nWo Wolfpack

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    I had several runs in WWF and WCW, but never won a title.
    Surprisingly, I have a strong PPV record, with my only losses being in multi man matches.
    There might still be a hand imprint on my back.

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    My most famous finishing move was a half nelson with a leg hook.

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    Barry Horowitz?

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

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    Thumbs up

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    I thought it was him because of the Self Pat on the Back that he always did. But I cannot remember him in WCW.

    I also just checked. How does he have a strong PPV record? He has 5 total matches, with 1 win and 4 losses.

    EDIT: I looked further into this, and Horowitz's 1 win came in 1995 in a Dark Match at WWF In Your House 5, Season's Beating; where He, Hakushi, and the Smoking Guns beat The Body Donnas, Isaac Yankem and Yokozuna.

    So where is the strong PPV record?
    Last edited by Powder; 4 Days Ago at 03:33 PM.

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    You're forgetting SummerSlam 1995. And I said he only lost in multiman matches (Survivor Series, Rumble, World War 3...)

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    Let's try this.

    1) I wrestled more than a hundred matches for NJPW.
    2) In the US, I am probably best known for a stint in the 1990s.
    3) I once lost to a future UFC Champion.

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

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    4) I had a tattoo unlikely to ever feature on Superstar Ink.

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

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    Tony Halme, Ludvig Borga?

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    That's right.

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

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    2nd generation wrestler
    "graduate" of the Hart dungeon
    I once "held" the WWF/WWE Title, but am more known for being IC and Tag champ

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    Greg Valentine. No one remembers him as WWF Champion because the victory was mired in controversy.

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    Yeah, I can see that one working. Owen also potentially works, if the quotes around "held" are significant.

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

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    Powder got it with The Hammer

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    I did not beat the former champion for my lone singles title in the WWF, but my partner and I did for my lone Tag Title reign.
    You could say that I was a pioneer in the wrestling business, significantly ahead of my time.
    My 'family member' was also in WCW and TNA.

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    I wore striking gloves before they were cool.

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    Ken Shamrock

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    YES!!!

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    My name doesn't reflect my most known gimmick at all.
    International news influenced my character significantly.
    I was inducted into "a" Hall of Fame in 2007

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    Sgt. Slaughter?

    Robert Remus, his real name, does not reflect his gimmick.
    He changed his gimmick/turned is back on the USA in 1990-1991 to be an Iraqi sympathizer at the height of the Gulf War.
    No idea on the Hall of Fame

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    Not him

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