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Mark Henry - #MarkHenry - Mark Jerrold Henry (born June 12, 1971) is an American powerlifter, Olympic weightlifter, strongman, and professional wrestler, who is currently signed to WWE as a producer. He is a two-time Olympian (1992 and 1996) and a gold, silver, and bronze medalist at the Pan American Games in 1995. As a powerlifter, Billed weight: 360 lb (160 kg) Family: Kevin Henry (cousin) Debut: September 20, 1996 Children: 2 - Kevin Henry · World Drug-Free Powerlifting ... · Silsbee · Thomas Inch
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Sweet Georgia Brown’s Son, Michael McCoy, Has More to Say About The Fabulous Moolah in Part 2 of This Eye Opening Interview From “Camp Moolah”.
Part Two of Nigel Sherrod’s interview with Michael McCoy:
Speaking with wrestling industry insider, Nigel Sherrod, Mr. McCoy exposes:
Who stole his mother’s (Susie Mae McCoy a/k/a “Sweet Georgia Brown”) wrestling earnings: “People look at The Fabulous Moolah, and say, “Fabulous Moolah this, and The Fabulous Moolah that.”. You talking about Moolah took, and people saying, “Oh she did this & she did that” to my mother. No she didn’t… There was a percentage that she had to pay… What happened to the money that my mother sent home for us? That money was swindled by family, not by The Fabulous Moolah. Not by Buddy Lee. My aunties, who my mother entrusted to send money home for her kids, and for her when she’d come home she’d have some money. Everybody else had nice things, but us. So, my family swindled Sweet Georgia Brown. Not The Fabulous Moolah. My family, her brothers & her sisters, didn’t support Sweet Georgia Brown and what she was doing. Not The Fabulous Moolah.
Also in this interview, Michael McCoy goes into great detail about his mother’s strength & what she had to endure being an African American female wrestler in the 1950’s & 60’s, as well as, what he feels is his mother’s legacy.
In Part 1, Michael expressed his thoughts on WWE removing Moolah’s name from the planned Women’s Battle Royal, an event that was to memorialize her, at this year’s WrestleMania 34, set for April 8th, 2018, over allegations involving the stealing from, drugging, and prostitution of Moolah’s girls, namely his mother, Moolah’s treatment of his mother, and the news article about him & his family, which is the main basis for the controversy surrounding The Fabulous Moolah (Lillian Ellison).
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Arthur Thomas, better known as Sailor Art Thomas, was an American Merchant Mariner, bodybuilder and professional wrestler. A former WWA World Heavyweight Champion, Thomas was posthumously inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2016.
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Wrestler Sailor Art Thomas Billed as a former seaman, Sailor Art Thomas was also known to showcase much style and flavor-always dressed immaculately in either a business suit or a seaman.
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On the 10th and biggest episode of 205 Jive host Jacob Grondy reveals the 4th and 3rd runner up in the WrestleMania poll and gives a full review of those cruiserweight classics. He also gives a full review of 205 Live from 3/27/2018 featuring Mark Andrews vs Tony Nese as well as the big 4 way main event between Kalisto vs Tozawa vs TJP vs Buddy Murphy, but that’s not all Jacob also discusses the cruiserweight tag match on Raw while giving all of his opinions on the cruiserweight division 2 weeks away from WrestleMania 34.
10. Sting, alright let’s get the most obvious one, out right away. I’m only including him in the list this early because he was already Sting before joining TNA as he made his career in WCW. Sting officially joined TNA in 2003 but signed on full time in 2005. During his near 10-year journey with TNA Sting managed to capture the TNA World Heavyweight Championship 4 times, & the TNA World Tag Team Championship once with Kurt Angel as his partner. During his tenure in in WCW & TNA, Sting was referred to as “The Icon” a gimmick that WWE refused to mention as they did not come up with gimmick themselves. WWE referred to Sting as “The Vigilante” when he officially joined the WWE in 2014. Unfortunately, his WWE career was not as successful as his time in WCW or TNA due to his injury he suffered in a match with Seth Rollins forcing his early retirement.
9. EC3, when the news first broke out that EC3 would leave Impact Wrestling (TNA) and possibly join WWE NXT we didn’t know if he would suffer a name change? Having been in WWE NXT before as Dereck Bateman, the question on everyone’s mind was, would he go back to using that name? I know that I can speak for the majority of us when I say this, when EC3 showed up and appeared earlier this year on NXT Takeover Philly, we were all shocked with he was mentioned as EC3, effectively keeping his Impact Wrestling name. It’s too early to see what else from his Impact Wrestling days will stay with him in his second run in NXT. Will he be referred to as Ethan Carter the Third? Or will he be just simply EC3 with no meaning or backstory to it? Maybe his rich aunt Dixie will come along and join him?
8. James Storm, officially dawning the name James Storm while working for WCW in the year 2000 as enhancement talent, mostly on WCW Worldwide & WCW Saturday Night. Storm never was picked up to go and work for the WWE when WCW folded, instead he worked the indies and later in TNA. Working the first ever TNA show, Storm is truly a TNA original. Having won many championships during his 15-year period with TNA. Storm managed to capture a total of 16 championships during his official time with the company. During a brief time during his tenure with TNA, Storm made it over to WWE NXT in 2015 with his name and cowboy gimmick still in place. Storm would have been higher on this list if it wasn’t for his short run in NXT. Now that he is officially gone from Impact Wrestling, will Storm return to NXT? Only time will tell.
7. Eric Young, another wrestler who you would expect to see on this list and another reason why he’s a bit higher in this rating is because he technically wrestled on WWE programming first, on 3 separate occasions (mostly Sunday Night Heat & Velocity) before officially becoming a “TNA original”. During his brief run as let’s face it a jobber in the WWE he was mentioned as “Showtime” Eric Young before he again briefly used it in TNA. Nonetheless Eric Young became a star in TNA, eventually becoming a 1 time TNA World Heavyweight Champion in 2013. Eric Young returning to the WWE again as Eric Young just goes to prove that TNA built this star as he did not suffer a name change, because let’s face it no one remembers his first run in the WWE.
6. Austin Aries, originally getting started at the same time working both ROH & TNA. Aries being an accomplished world champion in every promotion he’s worked for (2 time ROH and TNA World Heavyweight Champion, 1 time NXT Champion) owes a lot of his success to his career during his run in TNA. Aries getting his first success as an X-Division star, later when transitioning to WWE he would be a major player in the Cruiserweight division (WWE’s attempt at the X-Division). In both WWE & TNA Aries was referred to as “The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived” something that really shocks true wrestling fans as again wasn’t a WWE creation. Unfortunately, Austin Aries time in the WWE was brief as he requested his early release from the company in July of 2017.
5. Bobby Roode, another superstar who technically wrestled in the WWE for a brief time before making to TNA under the name Bobby Roode. Making his first appearance in the WWE using his real name Robert Roode and also spelled as Bobby Rood with no “E” at the end mostly had matches on Sunday Night Heat & Velocity) before ultimately joining TNA in 2004. While in TNA Roode found lots of success early on as a tag team champion winning a total of 8 title runs as a tag team including 2 NWA Tag Team reigns with Eric Young, 6 TNA Tag Team Reigns 5 of which were with James Storm & 1 out of those 6 TNA Tag Team runs with Austin Aries. Roode would soon find success in the main event title picture becoming a 2 time TNA World Heavyweight Champion. Before dawning, his glorious gimmick which is now his gimmick in the WWE. He first came out with robe and extravagant entrance while in TNA working a long side Ric Flair. Again, when debuting on WWE programming after having a successful career in TNA Bobby Roode kept his name and is already solidifying his legacy already being a former NXT Champion and is the current United States Champion now that he’s on the main roster.
4. Samoa Joe, ask anyone watching WWE 5 years ago that a TNA guy who would join the WWE would be allowed to keep his name and gimmick and you laughed your ass off as WWE wouldn’t bring anyone in under their previous name. Especially someone who made their name working for TNA but, Samoa Joe is that guy in the modern era to do just that. Samoa Joe just like most of the wrestlers who are on this list also briefly worked for the WWE before he became a well-known star. Joe mainly worked Sunday Night Heat as well as Velocity. Fun fact Samoa even trained at the same wrestling school in California where John Cena had his start in. (Ultimate University AKA Ultimate Pro Wrestling) Joe went on to work ROH and then TNA where he found his most success. Samoa Joe from the start received a monster push and became known as the Samoan Submission Machine having a long undefeated streak. Samoa Joe was the first to face off against Kurt Angle who at the time was TNA’s biggest star to jump over from the WWE.
Joe went off to win multiple championships during his time with TNA. Winning every major championship within the company. Joe also has the bragging rights of being involved in TNA’s only 5-star match at Unbreakable 2005 featuring Samoa Joe, vs AJ Styles, vs Christopher Daniels for the X-Division Championship. When Samoa Joe finally showed up at NXT to everyone’s surprise he was still Samoa Joe. Samoa Joe being the first modern TNA Wrestler on this list to make the jump over to the WWE proved to be a successful move for him to make. Quickly becoming a legitimate badass just like his early days in TNA, Joe was able to capture the NXT Championship before ultimately making the jump to the main roster where he was found great success and matches with the likes of Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns, & Braun Strowman just to name a few. Although he’s only been on the main roster since 2016 an injury has set back his full potential and I can say with lots of confidence that Samoa Joe is destined for great success.
3. Ron The Truth Killings, working for the WWE as both K-Krush & K-Kwik, he really never had his moment to shine, mainly being used in a tag team with Road Dogg or even having several singles matches, it wasn’t until he left the WWE and went over to TNA where he quickly rose to the top. Joining the newly formed TNA as “Ron The Truth Killings” it wasn’t long before Ron Killings solidified his legacy in pro wrestling when he became the NWA World Heavyweight Champion after defeating Ken Shamrock at an NWA-TNA event on August 7th, thus becoming the first-ever, and to date only, recognized African-American NWA World Heavyweight Champion in history. Shortly after winning the NWA World Heavyweight Championship Ron Killings lost his title to Jeff Jarrett with the help from Vince Russo. Ron Killings would later go on to form a tag team known as “3Live Kru” with B.G. James AKA Road Dogg & Konnan.
Following the breakup of “3Live Kru” Ron Killings again tried his luck for the World Heavyweight Championship ultimately failing and shortly thereafter asked and was granted his release. Now re-debuting with the WWE in 2008 as R-Truth (A shortened name from his TNA run as “Ron The Truth Killings” the now R-Truth even debuted using his old TNA theme although now a more polished version but nonetheless the same theme song. R-Truth was one of the first to take a character who was made in TNA to come over to the WWE and start using the gimmick again. However, coming very close in the WWE in one night having a shot at the WWE Championship, he never won and he did not become successful as he once was during his time in TNA. R-Truth goes to show that a popular gimmick can come to the WWE.
2. Broken Hardy’s, now don’t get me wrong the Hardy Boyz became the Hardy Boyz in the WWE. Having made their mark in pro wrestling history during the attitude era. After leaving and then joining TNA the Hardy Boyz became the Broken Hardy’s. Matt Hardy started to go mad after losing his TNA World Heavyweight Championship to Drew Galloway. After losing his title Matt Hardy had a feud with his brother Jeff Hardy leading up to an “I Quit” match which ended in a no contest as both were badly injured which led to Matt Hardy being stretchered out. When Matt Hardy returned he had revealed himself as one of the imposter “Willow’s” who attacked Jeff Hardy. In the following weeks, Matt Hardy debuted a new persona as a “Broken” man with part of his hair bleached blonde along with a strange sophisticated accent, blaming Jeff who he now referred to as Brother Nero for breaking him and becoming obsessed with “Deleting” him. From there the popularity of the Broken Hardy’s exploded and really was the wrestling buzz of 2016 and also leading into early 2017.
The Broken Hardy segments produced some of the highest ratings for TNA while on their new network POP TV. The Broken Hardy’s while in TNA had “The Final Deletion” with Matt going against Jeff Hardy, “Delete or Decay” which was a feud with The Decay “Abyss, Rosemary, & Crazy Steve”, “Total Non-Stop Deletion” and before returning to the WWE they teased “A Great War” which during the time Total Non-Stop Deletion was going on The Broken Hardy challenged any team from time and space, calling for several public feuds which were directed towards ROH’s “The Young Bucks”, & WWE’s “The New Day” & “The Wyatt Family”. When it was announced that the Broken Hardy’s were not going to resign with TNA. The Hardy’s returned to WWE at WrestleMania 33. Now in a legal battle between The Hardy Boyz and Impact Wrestling over ownership of the Broken Universe, all The Hardy Boyz could do is tease and make their “Broken Mannerisms” without being 100% in character of their previous gimmick.
Now The Hardy Boyz wouldn’t have been on this list at all had it not been for the recent turn of events which led to a settlement with the new owners of TNA now Impact Wrestling which gave the wrestlers permission to use any Intellectual property used while working with TNA whether it be from the past or for future characters created while working for the company. The Hardy Boyz once again became “The Broken Hardy’s” while in the WWE. This is the first time in a long time that a full gimmick is now being used on WWE programming which came from another wrestling organization. Broken Matt Hardy just had a “Final Deletion” type match against Bray Wyatt. What really makes this special is that all the elements from their original TNA run was present here, we saw Senor Benjamin, Brother Nero, Vanguard One, along with Reby Hardy & King Maxell. WWE did the unthinkable by letting a full-fledged TNA creation crossover into the WWE Universe. Now with this great start and great success let’s see how else The Broken Hardy’s will continue to change the wrestling business.
1. AJ Styles, probably the most successful TNA original on this list who made it to the WWE. AJ Styles had his start in WCW in 2001, when WCW folded the WWE had made AJ Styles an offer for a developmental contract he ultimately chose not to as he didn’t want his family to move to another state. AJ would soon go to the independent wrestling scene and would join the now defunct World Wrestling All-Stars. This ended up being the perfect route for him to take as it led to his start with TNA. Working the first ever TNA show in company history. He became widely known for his tenure in TNA from 2002 – 2013, where he was dubbed “Mr. TNA”. While in TNA, Styles held the NWA World Heavyweight Championship 3 times and the TNA World Heavyweight Championship twice. He was also the inaugural X-Division Champion, which he held a total of 6 times. AJ Styles is the first professional wrestler ever to complete the TNA Triple Crown a total of 5 times and the TNA Grand Slam 2 times. In 2010, Styles became the first ever TNA wrestler to be ranked number one on the annual Pro Wrestling Illustrated “PWI 500 List”. AJ Styles also simultaneously appeared in ROH from 2002-2006, where he became the first ROH Pure Champion.
After all his success and long tenure in TNA, in 2013 he left TNA after not coming to terms on a new contract deal, citing pay issues. The unthinkable happened AJ Styles left TNA and went to the independents before signing with NJPW in 2014. While with NJPW he would go on to winning the IWGP Heavyweight Championship in his debut match with the company, he would later become the leader of the Bullet Club a popular faction originally formed by Prince Devitt now known as Finn Balor in the WWE. After a brief and successful run in NJPW AJ Styles would headline Wrestle Kingdom 10 in a match against Shinsuke Nakamura for the IWGP Intercontinental Championship in a losing effort. Soon after this match it was confirmed that AJ Styles would soon be making his debut for the WWE but no one knew when that would be. There were early rumors that his debut would be at the 2016 Royal Rumble but nothing was set in stone as TNA was also trying to get AJ Styles, Doc Gallows, & Karl Anderson to come into TNA for their debut on Destination America as The Bullet Club. AJ Styles would eventually make his WWE debut at the 2016 Royal Rumble, in a historic debut as it was also for the WWE Championship. The WWE Championship was put on the line, the current champion at the time was Roman Reigns and he was defending it in the 30-man Royal Rumble match, a match that Triple H ended up winning.
Although he did not end up winning the Royal Rumble the simple fact that his debut match for the WWE was technically for the WWE Championship which goes to shows how much of a made star he was in TNA and the simple fact that he was also referred to as “The Phenomenal AJ Styles” a name he was first given while in TNA, was also being used in the WWE. AJ Styles was definitely a house hold name before joining the WWE, largely due to TNA’s TV deal that they had on SPIKE TV. AJ Styles would go on to make his Wrestlemania debut in a match against Chris Jericho, although he did not win AJ Styles quickly became a fan favorite and was eventually crowned the new WWE Championship in a match against Dean Ambrose at Backlash in 2016. During AJ Styles' early career, we finally got to see a dream match of AJ Styles vs John Cena. This has been the closest we have ever been to a TNA vs WWE match as AJ Styles is considered Mr. TNA and John Cena is Mr. WWE. The two would later have a WWE Championship match at the 2017 Royal Rumble match were John Cena ended up victorious. AJ Styles would later win the WWE United States Championship and as well as a second title reign as the WWE Championship. AJ Styles made his legacy in TNA and is now creating a new legacy in the WWE. It just goes to show you that the cream always rises to the top! And for those reasons why, that is why AJ Styles tops the list as the 10 TNA wrestlers who got to keep their name/gimmick when joing the WWE.
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Michael McCoy, the Son of Late Pro Wrestler, Susie Mae McCoy A/K/A Sweet Georgia Brown Speaks Out from the Former Home of The Fabulous Moolah (Camp Moolah)
In Part One of this powerful interview, conducted by wrestling industry insider Nigel Sherrod, Michael McCoy addresses the current narrative that has led to WWE, under pressure from WrestleMania sponsor Snickers & backlash from the social media community, removing The Fabulous Moolah’s name from a planned Women’s Battle Royal at WrestleMania 34 in New Orleans, April 8th, 2018.
Michael holds nothing back, as he discusses: Moolah’s treatment of his mother, Michael’s search for his father, the infamous news article that is a major basis for the current controversy regarding Moolah, his meeting with Moolah, his thoughts on the accusations against her regarding the drugging & prostituting of female wrestlers, the removal of her name from the WrestleMania Battle Royal & more.
Part One of Nigel Sherrod’s interview with Michael McCoy:
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9 Women Wrestlers From “Camp Moolah” Denounce Allegations Against The Fabulous Moolah
Recent social media outrage has led to the WWE removing the name of legendary women’s wrestler, the late Fabulous Moolah’s (Lillian Ellison) name from a planned featured Women’s Battle Royal, which was to honor her at the upcoming WrestleMania 34 event, set for New Orleans, LA on April 8, 2018.
World Wrestling Entertainment was pressured to remove Moolah’s name by the event’s sponsor, Snickers, after rumors and unsubstantiated allegations from such names as Sherri Martel, Luna Vachon, & Sweet Georgia Brown, involving Ellison’s activities while a performer, trainer, & manager to many female wrestlers became echoed on social media. These claims involve accusations of stealing money, the drugging, & prostituting of female wrestlers who worked for The Fabulous Moolah.
Now, in the wake of these allegations, 9 former female wrestlers who worked for Moolah have stepped forward to denounce these allegations against Moolah, & proclaim her innocence. These women represent many different generations, & many of these women lived for decades at the infamous “Camp Moolah”, located in Columbia, SC, where the majority of the rumored wrongdoings are said to have occurred.
You can listen to the testimony of these 9 women at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtm1biU-1Bc
One of the women, Leilani Kai, is a former WWE Women’s Champion & lived at Camp Moolah for 20 years: “She had never once drugged any of us” Kai stated on a recent episode of Madusa’s Full Throttle Podcast. “She was a champion, she was a booker, and she was a great legend. And she deserves to be honored for enternity…”
One man who has been working diligently to shed light onto this situation is wrestling industry insider, Nigel Sherrod, who has been interviewing former female wrestlers that worked for Moolah ever since the controversy broke. He has interviewed 8 of Moolah’s girls, so far, including:
Former NWA Women’s Champion, Susan “Tex” Green: “How much (money) did Moolah take from you?” Sherrod asks. “30%” replies Green. “Which... I signed a contract. I didn’t have a problem with that… she was putting me in the ring, in front of the people, in front of the writers that put my face & pictures out in magazines. So I took that all in stride.” As for allegations of Moolah pimping girls? “… nobody ever came to my room late at night”.
“Golden Girl” Lisa Darnell, the youngest trainee ever at “Camp Moolah” at age 16: “She never did anything that was inappropriate at all… And me being the youngest person there, like they said, she was pimping the girls out? That’s just ridiculous… I would have been the one she pimped out. I was a young, fresh girl, you know?”
Moolah’s daughter, Mary Ellison, who also trained at “Camp Moolah”: “I don’t know who made up the rumors, but it’s a lie… About Sweet Georgia Brown, I don’t know who brought that up, but she did go with Buddy Lee (Moolah’s Ex Husband) when they split… some of the girls went with him, & some of them stayed with my mother. And the ones that went with him, I wouldn’t be surprised if there were drugs & prostitution involved. Which would be back on him, not on my mother.”
Brittany Brown, Multi Time Champion: “If anything like that ever did happen to me, I would have flown back home to Boston faster than you could even write her name down… and I’m sure most everybody else that I knew there would’ve, too… I saw the contracts. It spelled out word for word, by the penny, what percentage she took…. 40 years later or 30 years later, for people to say, “Oh, my God! I can’t believe she took 30% of my pay. I should’ve been getting that.” Well, no. You signed the contract. You wanted to be on TV so bad, that 30% was okay with you… Was it high? I don’t know, but if you thought it was, you shouldn’t have signed it.”
Little wrestler, Diamond Lil on Moolah pimping out wrestlers: “That’s a lie, it never happened. Whoever’s saying that is crazy.”
Native American wrestler, and former Tag Team partner of Luna Vachon, Winona Littleheart: “No way. She never pimped me out. And as far as I know, none of the other girls that I know.
Former WWF Superstar, Peggy Lee Leather: “No, she was not a pimp. She was my booker. She booked me for a certain percentage. And all this about being a pimp, it just makes me just almost sick inside. Because that’s saying that I was pimped out by The Fabulous Moolah. She was nothing but a business woman. A shrewd one. On allegations by the late Luna Vachon that Moolah forced her to take inappropriate pictures for a local doctor while she was underage: “I think it was Dr. Goldstein, and he liked women’s wrestling, and he liked to take photos of them… Moolah would just, you know, approach the girl & just ask them would they like to go out there… I know several of them that went out there… not one of them told me that he did anything derogatory in any way or mentioned anything about sex… When Luna got there, she’d already had two children at that time & she was going through a divorce with her husband… She was in her 20’s when she got to Moolah’s, she wasn’t 16.
Multi Time Champion, Joyce Grable: “As far as I was concerned, she never sent me nobody. And hey, I had a good body, back then. I was kind of pretty, long blonde hair. Especially when I went to Puerto Rico. Mexico. If she was gonna pimp somebody out, I would’ve been #1 on the list”
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This week's WWE Spotlight takes a look at a controversial character that only lasted a year in the WWE. Nailz! That's right, the ex-convict that was allegedly abused by the Big Boss Man while he was incarcerated! Doesn't Nailz remind you of Horace Pinker from Shocker?
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