AL SNOW - FAQ
What is the deal with Head?
In 1997 Al Snow was wrestling in the WWF as Leif Cassidy. He was basically
used as a jobber though to lose to other wrestlers and put them over. At the
end of 1997 he was sent to ECW as part of a "talent exchange" to find a
gimmick that would put him over. In ECW Al Snow gave a couple interviews
where he acted crazy but it didn't get him over until during one interview
he shooted and said that in the WWF to get a push you have to "give a little
head" in reference to the rumors of the WWF "push for sex" policy that has
never been proven. After that one interview Al Snow would come out and "give
some head" to his opponents but it was a mannequin head that he talked to as
part of his insanity angle. After the angle started to become hugely over
the WWF decided to take Al Snow back from ECW and he continued to come to
the ring with Head until around 1999/2000.
What did it say on Al Snow's forehead?
The saying on Al Snow and Head's forehead is "Help Me" written backwards.
What was the J.O.B. Squad?
The J.O.B. Squad is simply a fictional group of wrestlers who just lose to
other wrestlers and are under appereciated and underpaid by their company.
They oppose the other group P.U.S.H who include everybody else in the
company above them.
In ECW and WWF, Al Snow made a stable out of the fictional group including
himself, Too Cold Scorpio, Bob Holly, Gillberg, and Blue Meanie. The group
lasted until early 1999 and hasn't been brought back since.