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Adrian Adonis
Ahmed Johnson
A.J. Styles
Al Snow
Andre The Giant

B


Baby Doll
Big Bossman
Big Show
Billy Jack Haynes
Black Jack Mulligan
Black Scorpion
Booker T
Bret Hart
Brian Lawler
Brian Pillman
Brock Lesnar
Brutus Beefcake
Buff Bagwell

C


Chris Benoit
Christian
Chyna
Corporal
Curt Hennig

D


Demolition
Dino Bravo
Doink
Droz
Dudley Boys
Dynamite Kid

E


Eric Bischoff

F


Fit Finlay
Four Horsemen
Freddie Blassie
Freebirds

G


Goldberg
Goldust
Giant Gonzales
Gorgeous George

H


Haku
Hebner Brothers
Hulk Hogan

I


ICP

J


Jay Youngblood
Jeff Hardy
Jeff Jarrett
Jerry Lawler
Jim Duggan
Jim Neidhart
John Studd
Justin Credible

K


Kane
Ken Shamrock
Kevin Nash
Kronik

L


Lex Luger
Ludvig Borga
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NAILZ - FAQ

Who played Nailz?
Nailz was played by Kevin Wacholz. Before joining the WWF he was known as Kevin Kelly in the independents.

What was Nailz suppose to be?
Nailz was supposably a convict who had escaped/been released from jail who felt he was abused by Big Boss Man(since Boss man played a cop).

What else did he do in WWF besides feud with Big Boss Man?
He didn't do anything after his feud with Boss Man. He was suppose to start a big feud with The Ultimate Warrior but Warrior refused and quit the company. He was then suppose to feud with the Undertaker but was fired before it started.

Why did he leave the WWF?
At a WWF television taping in December 1992 Wacholz and McMahon got into an argument about Wacholz's pay and when McMahon refused to give him more money. Wacholz got very angry and started choking McMahon. Wacholz was then fired on the spot.

After Wacholz was kicked out of the room he went to the phone and files a police report claiming that McMahon sexually harassed him. Wacholz claimed McMahon had done it before in Madison Square Garden and when he did it again he flipped out. No charges were ever filed and is believed to be made up by Wacholz. Either way both Wacholz and the WWF sued each other in cases that went nowhere.

Wacholz later ended up testifying in the McMahon steroid trial and said that McMahon told him to take steroids to get pushed in the WWF. He also said that he hated McMahon and would do anything to get him so the jury basically didn't believe anything he said because of it.

Has he ever wrestled anywhere else since?
Yes. Wacholz signed with WCW briefly in 1993 as a replacement for Sid. The "Nailz" name was copyrighted by the WWF though so he wrestled as "The Prisoner". He had one match fighting Sting at Slamboree 1993 and left before having another match.

Did he assault Vince McMahon?
Earl Hebner claimed he was able to see what happened through a slightly opened door and said, "He (Wacholz) launched across the room, grabbed him by the throat and threw him down." Sgt. Slaughter, Gorilla Monsoon, Dave Hebner and Arnold Skaaland all came in to pull Wacholz off McMahon. Hebner claimed to have seen that there was no sexual assault. The police came and a report was given by Wacholz.

I believe he tried bringing a suit against the WWF for wrongful termination or other unfair practices, but I don't believe it went anywhere (this was around the time when the WWF didn't need any more bad publicity, so they were quick to settle cases out of court).

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Magnum TA
Marc Mero
Max Moon
Midnight Express
Missy Hyatt

N


Nailz
Nation of Domination
New Breed
NWO

O


Orient Express
Owen Hart

R


Randy Savage
Ric Flair
Renegade
Rey Mysterio Jr.
Rob Van Dam
Road Dogg
Road Warriors
Rougeau Brothers

S


Sable
Scott Steiner
Shane Douglas
Shawn Michaels
Sherri Martel
Sid Vicious
Steve Austin
Stevie Richards
Sting
Sylvain Grenier

T


Tammy Sytch
Tatanka
Tazz
Ted DiBiase
The Hurricane
The Patriot
The Rock
The Yeti
Tom Zenk
Tony Atlas
Triple H
Trish Stratus

U


Ultimate Warrior
Ultimate Solution
Ultimo Dragon
Undertaker

V


Vader
Vince McMahon
Vince Russo
Von Erich Family

W


Warlord
Waylon Mercy
Wendi Richter
Woman

Y


Yokozuna
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