Weight: 297 lbs
Hometown: C Block, Cobb County Jail
Glory Days: 1992
Fun Fact: Nailz spent 2,478 days in prison, that’s more than six and a half years and takes him into the territory of a Class D Felony. That could mean anything from armed robbery and manslaughter to pissing in the local water supply… seriously.
Weight: 323 lbs
Hometown: Parts Unknown
Glory Days: 1988-1992
Fun Fact: The Warlord was Batista’s favourite wrestler, and believe it or not there’s only seven years age difference between the two.
Weight: 228 lbs
Hometown: Union City, Tennessee
Glory Days: 1986-94
Fun Fact: Koko B. Ware made his WWE television debut in a tag match where he teamed with Paul Roma. A couple of years later the pair had a backstage fight. He may be shorter than most wrestlers, but you don’t mess with Koko!
Weight: Over 400lbs
Hometown: The wall cavity in Ric Flair’s ‘Flair For The Gold’ set
Glory Days: 1993-94
Fun Fact: Years prior to the Nirvana and Pearl Jam rip-offs frequently used for wrestler’s entrances in WCW, The Shockmaster’s theme was a poorly executed cover of Day Tripper by The Beatles (get it?!) leading into the chorus of Satisfaction by The Rolling Stones, for some reason.
Hometown: Norfolk, Virginia
Glory Days: 1989-1991
Fun Fact: Fred ‘Tugboat’ Ottman is an uncle to Cody Rhodes and Goldust, as is Nasty Boy Jerry Saggs.
Hometown: Mount Trashmore, Florida
Glory Days: 1994-1996
Fun Fact: Before signing for the WWF, Mike ‘Duke The Dumpster’ Droese wrestled on the Florida independent scene as Garbage Man. He even made it onto the Pro Wrestling Illustrated Top 500 Wrestlers of 1993. Granted he was number 500, but it still counts.
Height: 10 inches
Hometown: Mick Foley’s house, probably
Glory Days: November 1998 – August 2002
Fun Fact: In total there were 240 separate Hardcore Championship reigns over the near four-year life of the title. That equates to an average of a title change every 6 days.