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SHANE DOUGLAS - FAQ

Who were the Dynamic Dudes?
The Dynamic Dudes were the typical pretty boy tag team of the 1980's. The Dynamic Dudes were a team in NWA around 1989 that consisted of Shane Douglas and Johnny Ace. The gimmick was that they were skateboards but since Douglas and Ace didn't even know how to use them the fans hated the gimmick. The team has only one big event match as Halloween Havoc 1989 where they lost to the heel tag team The Freebirds who actually got a bigger reaction from the crowd than the "dudes" did.

Why did he throw down the NWA World title?
In 1994 Jim Crockett's non-compete agreement with Ted Turner was up and he decided to start promoting with the NWA again. So Crockett went to Todd Gordon who was promoting NWA Eastern Championship Wrestling and ask him to hold a tournament for the NWA Heavyweight title. NWA President Dennis Coralluzzo thought that Crockett and Gordon were going to try to monopolize the title(much like Crockett did in the 80's) and told them they didn't have the NWA board's approval so he took control over the tournament. Gordon was upset at Corzalluzzo for his power plays so Gordon and Shane Douglas(who was decided to win the title) planned to have Douglas throw the title down after he won it and break ECW from the NWA. The plan worked and Gordon broke away from the NWA and changed his promotion's name to Extreme Championship Wrestling. The incident gave ECW huge promotion and cost NWA a lot of credibility. It also made Shane Douglas out to be a pushy wrestler that did whatever he wanted and cost him credibility as well.

What happened between him and the WWF?
During Shane Douglas' time in the WWF around 1995 the real life group of The Clique were pretty much controlling the WWF's bookings. Douglas was already having pay problems with the WWF so when The Clique started complaining that Douglas shouldn't win the WWF Intercontinental title from Shawn Michaels Douglas became very upset. It was finally decided Douglas would win the title from a forfeit because Michaels would not lose to Douglas. On the same PPV though another Clique member Razor Ramon was decided to beat Shane Douglas for the title so after the ppv Douglas was so mad that he threatened to sue the WWF unless he was granted a release from his contract and was allowed to work for ECW again. Shane Douglas vowed never to work for the WWF again and it is believed WWF did the same.

Is he related to Paul Orndorff?
No. The rumor comes from the fact that Shane Douglas (real name Troy Martin) was given the gimmick of being Orndorff's brother and was given the name Troy Orndorff. Even though the two resemble each other a bit they are not related at all.

Who were The Triple Threat?
The Triple Threat was a stable Shane Douglas started in ECW. It was very sucessful and includes all these wrestlers in one time or another: Shane Douglas, Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, Bam Bam Bigelow, and Chris Candido. Brian Lee, Franchine, and Tammy Lynn Sytch could have been classified as members too.

The stable also was brought back in WCW. Shane Douglas, Bam Bam Bigelow, and Chris Candido reunited but it only lasted about one week since Candido was injured soon after and Bam Bam left TV.

It also should be noted that Shane Douglas does own the copyright to the Triple Threat and that is why ECW has not used it since and why he was able to bring it back in WCW.

Who were The Revolution?
The Revolution was a stable in WCW in the late 90's that included Shane Douglas, Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, Saturn, and at one time Asya as their bodyguard and manager.

Shane Douglas basically made his return to WCW and stated that it was time for the older guys to go and a revolution of younger stars would join up. Benoit, Malenko, and Saturn then joined him. Asya joined the group a while before they broke up. They feuded with the Filthy Animals and member Chris Benoit himself after he left the group.

The Revolution didnt last too long though as Malenko and Saturn the two members still in the group besides Douglas left for the WWF with Benoit and Eddie Guerrerro. Shane Douglas almost went with them but since his bad blood with WWF and Vince McMahon he decided not to try it and stayed behind.

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