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Famous WWF Jobber Wins During IMPACT Wrestling TV Tapings

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• Famous WWF Jobber Wins During IMPACT Wrestling TV Tapings

During last night’s TV-Tapings for IMPACT Wrestling (fka TNA), legendary World Wrestling Federation Jobber Barry Horowitz became the surprise opponent of WCW/ECW Veteran Johnny Swinger and even managed to get the win, after the KISS Demon (WCW) had a run-in.

Here are the complete results from the Tapings:

Deonna Purrazzo defeated Steph De Lander

Kevin Knight defeated Jack Price

No Surrender Qualifying Match – Steve Maclin defeated Rhino (Rhyno)

Barry Horowitz defeated Johnny Swinger (WCW’s KISS Demon did a run-in)

No Surrender Qualifying Match – Heath (Heath Slater) defeated Eddie Edwards (PCO attacked Eddie)

Masha Slamovich defeated Alisha Edwards

Rich Swann defeated Kenny King

Motor City Machine Guns defeated Jonathan Gresham & Mike Bailey

Beat The Clock Challenge – Tommy Dreamer defeated Jason Hotch

Allysin Kay defeated Taya Valkyrie

Frankie Kazarian & Yuya Uemura defeated Deaner & Callihan

Beat The Clock Challenge – Bully Ray (Bubba Ray Dudley) defeated Bhupinder Gujjar

X-Division Championship / Monster’s Ball – Trey Miguel (c) defeated Crazzy Steve

Josh Alexander & Mickie James defeated Dirty Dango & Gisele Shaw

Barry Horowitz became one of the most famous jobbers on WWF TV, where he did televised jobs from 1987 until April 1990 and from October 1991 till April 1997.

He also wrestled for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1990 and from October 1997 to March 2000.

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Old School ECW Veteran 911 (Real name: Alfred Poling) celebrates his 66th birthday today.

He appeared in Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship promotion from 1994 till 1996, most notably chokeslamming & squashing other ECW wrestlers.

In late 1996 and 1997 he wrestled for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling as “Tombstone” and “Big Al”.

Like a lot of other former ECW Wrestlers, he returned during the 2005 Reunion Show ‘Hardcore Homecoming’.


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