Posts Tagged ‘WWE’

Snitsky made his debut on Raw on September 13, 2004, when he faced Kane. At the end of the match Snitsky hit the ‘Big Red Machine’ with a chair, this resulted in Kane falling on top of a pregnant (kayfabe) Lita and the loss of her baby.

This made Snitsky a main heel on the roster as he entered a storyline with Kane which culminated in a ‘Weapons of Choice’ match at Taboo Tuesday. During this time Gene became well-known for his catchphrase ‘It wasn’t my fault’.

He was a small part of the ECW invasion storyline in the lead up to ECW One Night Stand 2005 as part of Eric Bischoff’s hired guns to try to ruin Paul Heyman’s reunion show, to no avail.

Snitsky resumed his feud with Kane when he aligned himself with Edge and Lita. The Queen of Extreme reconciled with Snitsky after thanking him for not having to give birth to Kane’s birthday. Edge used Lita’s feet as a reward for helping them attack Kane after he found out about Snitsky’s foot fetish.

His push began to slow soon after and he found himself largely competing on Heat every week. He formed a brief tag team with Tyson Tomko which ended after a losing effort to claim the Tag Team titles from Big Show and Kane.

In early 2007, Snitsky debuted on ECW with a new look. His head and eyebrows was shaved, and his teeth where coloured yellow. He also adopted a more psychotic persona, similar to that of Psycho Sid.

Snitsky attacked Bobby Lashley on his re-debute an went on to have many short feuds with the likes of Hardcore Holly, Rob Van Dam, Balls Mahoney and CM Punk.

Later that year in June, he was drafted back to Raw, and in his final run with the company his only major appearance was in a defeat to John Cena. Shortly after he was sent back to Heat.

On December 11, 2008, Snitsky was released from his contract.

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Before debuting in the WWE, Storm cut his teeth in the business all over the world, wrestling in Canada, Mexico and Japan. He then returned to America with ECW and then WCW.

Lance debuted in WWE in 2001 after Vince McMahon’s acquisition of WCW interfering in a match between Perry Saturn and Steve Blackman, as part of the Alliance. During this storyline he captured the Intercontinental Championship from Albert.

After the Invasion angle had finished he joined a heel stableĀ  known as The Un-Americans along with William Regal, Christian and Test. They garnered a lot of animosity from American fans and it was with Christian that he won the Tag Team Championships from Hulk Hogan and Edge at Vengeance.

“The Perfect Storm” would go on to have three more Tag Team Title runs, two with William Regal and one with Chief Morley.

As he entered into a singles career, Stone Cold Steve Austin would be to come out during his matches and ridicule for being a boring wrestler and for having no personality. As General Manager, Austin would force Storm to team with Goldust in an attempt to make him more entertaining. He eventually turned face by teaming with Val Venis, dancing to the ring while being accompanied to the ring by women.

However, this was short lived as he turned heel before a losing effort against Rhyno at the 2004 Draft Lottery. This would be his last appearance on WWE television as he was released from his contract.

Jacob Novak

Posted: January 25, 2012 in 2011, June
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Novak joined the WWE when he signed with their developmental territory FCW in 2010.

He then became a rookie on the 4th season of the NXT with his Pro being Dolph Ziggler. Novak’s his televised match was a loss to eventual winner of the show Johnny Curtis.

Novak had the misfortune of being the first rookie to be traded by his Pro when he was traded by ‘The Show Off’ for Chris Masters rookie Byron Saxton after Ziggler won a WWE Pro Over-the-Top-Rope Challenge. Later that night Novak became the first person to be eliminated from the show.

He was then announced to be a part of NXT Redemption in which his WWE Pro would be JTG, he was once again eliminated at the first time of asking. In this short time he changed his look from that of an arrogant playboy to one that more resembled his former Cryme Tyme member Pro.

On June 13, 2011, Jacob Novak was released from WWE.

Shannon Moore

Posted: January 14, 2012 in 2008, August
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Nunzio

Posted: January 14, 2012 in 2008, August
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